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Nancy Nygard Pilon, Executive Director of Incarnation Center, said, “This is the third time that David has delivered his in-person analysis of Presidential politics to the friends of Incarnation. But the event is also a testament by David of the tremendous good that Incarnation has delivered over its 126 years as a camp dedicated to combining summer fun in a values-oriented camping environment.”
Where: The Princeton Club of New York, located at 15 W. 43rd Street between 5th and 6th Avenues
When: Wednesday, October 10. Doors open at 6:00 pm with refreshments available before Mr. Brooks speaks. The dialogue, with Q&A, will begin promptly at 7:00 pm and end at 8:30 pm.
Tickets begin at $100 a person.
About Incarnation Center
One of the Episcopal Church’s most unique assets, the 700 acres of Incarnation Center in Ivoryton, CT are home to Incarnation Camp, which operates America’s oldest co-ed camp; Incarnation Conference Center, which hosts thousands of guests each year; and Bushy Hill Nature Center, one of the country’s most innovative outdoor education programs.