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NORTH CAROLINA SUPREME COURT JUSTICE PAUL NEWBY
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 2012, CHATHAM COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA, HELD THEIR REPUBLICAN CONVENTION IN PITTSBORO. CANDIDATES FOR THE UPCOMING ELECTION ATTENDED AND DELEGATES WERE CHOSEN FOR THE THE STATE GOP CONVENTION IN GREENVILLE, NC. ON JUNE 1, 2012 .
North Carolina State Supreme Court Justice Paul Newby was the guest speaker on Wednesday, February 8, 2012 at the AIR luncheon at Hope Valley Country Club in Durham.
Justice Newby is seeking re-election to our North Carolina State Supreme Court. For additional information regarding Justice Newby, please go to his website :
CREEDMOOR — Paul Newby said when he spoke to the Wake County Garden Club recently on the subject of being a gentleman farmer, he noted the words are something of a contradiction.
“You can be a gentleman or be a farmer,” Newby said. “But once you go to farming, you roll up your sleeves and get to work. It’s not very gentlemanly.”
Newby, 56, is a justice on the N.C. Supreme Court, elected in 2004.
He and his wife, Macon, and their four children — who range in age from 16 to 23 — live in north Raleigh. The couple also owns a 120-acre farm in Creedmoor in northern Wake County. It’s a rural setting, only a stone’s toss from Granville County. They bought the property in 1996. It includes a beautiful old farmhouse built in the late-1800s.
Newby said he bought the Creedmoor farm for reasons based largely on the principles he wished to instill in his children. (more…)