Save the Date: MFI fundraising banquet with Hugh Hewitt

As the summer approaches, MFI staff and volunteers are excitedly planning for our 26th Annual Fundraising Banquet this October featuring national radio talk show host Hugh Hewitt! (Don’t miss the Early Bird Price – reserve your tickets TODAY!)

Hewitt is also known for his show The Hugh Hewitt Show on the Salem Radio Network which is heard nationally every weekday morning (including Boston’s own AM 1260 the Buzz), and he often appears on NBC as a news analyst as well as in the Washington Post as a contributing columnist.

In a time of moral chaos, we are encouraged by voices like Hugh Hewitt who speak truth in the public square. We look forward to hearing from him October 20, 2017 at 7 p.m. at the Newton Marriott, and we hope you will be able to join us to hear from him, too!

With over 500 people in attendance each year, our banquets sell out quickly, so we recommend that you purchase your tickets as soon as possible! Until the end of this month only, we will be holding the special Early Bird Special price, so be sure to take advantage of this offer and secure your spot today.

For more information about this year’s MFI fundraising banquet, visit our website.

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