Reidsville Police Department Captain Ken Hanks confirmed to Raw Story that people in several neighborhoods had reported receiving the invitations.
Asked if the fliers had broken any law, Hanks replied, "Not that I'm aware of," and added that the matter was not being investigated.
"I'm a little bothered by it," Annie P. Pinnix, who received a flier, told the Winston-Salem Journal on Monday.
Pinnex said her husband found the flier in their driveway. It reads:
"Join us, the Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, for a rally and cross lighting, Saturday, May 26, Harmony, North Carolina. Free Admition [sic]-White People Only. No alcohol, drugs, fighting, glass bottles or weapons. Free on site camping-all major motels in area. Souvenirs. Vendors. Food and beverages for Sale. Cross lighting at dusk-a white unity event. Live country band. Security provided by LWK."
A recording on the Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan "24 Hour Hot Line" confirmed the May 26 cross burning event.
"Always remember: If it ain't white, it ain't right," the recording concluded.