A celebration of grand proportion will be taking place at the Grant Fine Arts Center on May 12 at 7:00 PM. Three men will speak to the crowd to commemorate the ten years of active ministry by this group.
All men and boys are invited to attend this special event. Tickets are not needed and there is no cost.
If you would like more information about the event, contact Cal VanSingel at 231.250.5909 or at email@example.com.
The lineup of speakers is as follows:
Frank Tanana is a former MLB pitcher who won 240 games, 96 of them were with the Detroit Tigers. Frank was a 3-time All-Star and was a first round draft pick of the California Angels. Frank spent 21 years as a pitcher. In that time he had 2,773 strikeouts, pitched 34 shutouts and pitched 4,000 innings.
Clay Dyer is a professional bass fisherman who was born with no legs, no left arm and only a partial right arm. Clay Dyer is only 36 inches tall and weighs 85 pounds. Clay has 25 tournament wins. His motto is “If I can, you can."
Sean Quinlan is a 27 year combat Marine with unreal energy and passion. Sean grew up in Scottville, Michigan, and graduated from Mason County Central High School. Sean’s dynamic leadership skills helped him rapidly advance up the ranks in the Marine Corps.
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