Get your Gala tickets at early bird rates


You have one month left to purchase your 20th Anniversary Gala Celebration tickets at special early bird rates. As part of the celebration of MFI’s 20th birthday, we are hosting a gala with dinner and dancing on Friday, October 21, at the Newton Marriott featuring Michael Reagan, the nationally known author and radio talk show host, and son of President Ronald Reagan.

Though gala tickets are being sold for $100, if you reserve yours before September 1, you will get in for the reduced price of $75. We are also offering this early bird discount with our special VIP Package that includes the dinner and a ticket to a private reception with Michael Reagan prior to the gala. These VIP Packages are priced at $125 before Sept. 1, but will increase to $150 after that date. Please CLICK HERE today to purchase your gala tickets and VIP packages today!

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