Oliver North To Make Appearance In Cleveland

Monday, June 09, 2014

Bethel University, a West Tennessee based 4-year university, will present “An Evening with Oliver North” Friday, Aug. 29 in Cleveland at the Life Care Center Building. Tickets are $200 per person or $2,000 per table. Dinner begins at 6 p.m., with Mr. North speaking at 7 p.m.

Bethel University will also present “An Evening with Mike Huckabee” Thursday, Sept. 18 on Bethel’s McKenzie, Tn., campus in the Vera Low Center for Student Enrichment. Tickets are $200 per person or $2000 per table.

Dinner begins at 6 p.m., in the Bethel University Board Room, and Huckabee will speak and present a musical collaboration with Bethel’s Renaissance Bluegrass Band beginning at 7 p.m. in the Crisp Arena. General admission tickets for just the speaking engagement are $25 each and can be purchased through the Bethel University Bookstore by calling 731-352-4094. Summer bookstore hours are 8 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.  

Oliver North is a former United States Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel, political commentator and television host as well as a military historian and a New York Times best selling author.

Mike Huckabee is host of “Huckabee,” a weekly commentary program on the FOX News Channel as well as a former Arkansas governor.

Both events are fundraising opportunities for Bethel.

Tickets for dinner and preferred seating for both Mr. North and Mr. Huckabee can be purchased by calling Linda Hearn at 731-352-4003 or by emailing hearnl@bethelu.edu.

Sponsorship opportunities are also still available for each event, and those interested may contact Denise Allen at allend@bethelu.edu or Colleen Coury at couryc@bethelu.edu.
    


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