Thursday, May 13, 2010

David Barton coming to Harrisonburg

David Barton of will be the special guest speaker at the Valley Family Forum luncheon at James Madison University on Monday, May 24.

Headlining "A Celebration of Our Christian Heritage," the lunch will be held from 12:00-1:30 p.m. and costs $25 per person. Reservation deadline is Tuesday, May 18.

From Dean Welty, Director of Valley Family Forum:
Seats are still available for the "Celebration of Our Christian Heritage" luncheon with David Barton, which will be from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m., on Monday, May 24, at the JMU Festival Conference and Student Center. However, the deadline for reservations is Tuesday, May 18, so it is important to confirm your seats as soon as possible.

The Program
Barton will be speaking about "Keys to Good Government - According to Our Founding Fathers" -- principles that are just as important to us now as they were 223 years ago. Barton has been featured recently on FOX news with Glenn Beck, talking about the faith of our Founding Fathers.

"Gen. George Washington" will also be with us in full dress uniform, with colonial-era fifer Greg Hernandez and pianist Miriam Clark. WHSV-TV's Kay Norred will moderate the program, along with Pastor John Sloop, and Cong. Bob Goodlatte will join us as well.

Who Is David Barton?
Barton is the Founder and President of Wallbuilders and one of America's foremost authorities on our Christian heritage and the faith of our Founding Fathers. He is an award winning author, nationally acclaimed speaker, featured guest on numerous media outlets, and frequent advisor to legislators and educators. (For more information, go to

You can reserve your table(s) or individual seats by writing to or by calling (540) 438-8966. Seats are $25/person, or $200 for a table of eight. After confirming your reservations, send your check to the Valley Family Forum at 3465 Izaak Walton Dr., Harrisonburg, 22801. Business and individual sponsorships are also still available.

Can We Attend Both Lunch and Dinner?
The dinner is already sold out, but if you already have confirmed seats for it and would like to attend the lunch as well, you are more than welcome. The topic, the menu, and the program are all different, so you will be able to enjoy both. It's a great double-header.
It's a great opportunity to see David Barton and hear more about our American Christian heritage.

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