Born To Read, Inc. Celebrates National Library Lovers Month with Special Luncheon
Author Dr. Rebecca Dwight Bruff announced as Keynote Speaker
By: Born To Read Inc
Keynote speaker for this fundraising event to benefit Born To Read, Inc. will be Dr. Rebecca Dwight Bruff, author of Trouble The Water Inspired by the true story of an unsung American hero, Robert Smalls.
"We are excited to present the Spring Luncheon in another centrally-located venue, Hampton Hall, stated Janie Ephland, executive director. "Due to the popularity of our author luncheons, Hampton Hall will enable us to add more seating!" She continued, "Born To Read is thrilled to have Rebecca Dwight Bruff as our Keynote Speaker."
RSVP is required due to limited seating. Tickets are $35.00 per person prepaid or payable at the door and includes program and lunch. Contact the Born To Read Inc office at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 843-379-3350 to register by Tuesday, February 18, 2020. If you are unable to attend and would like to support Born To Read Inc. please send your donation to Born To Read, Inc., 703 Bladen Street, Beaufort, SC 29902 or donate online (http://borntoread.org/
Dr. Rebecca Dwight Bruff will have books available for purchase and book signing.
About Born to Read, Inc.:
Born To Read Inc. is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit charitable organization promoting early literacy in the Lowcountry. Since the inception of the program our volunteers have made more than 18,000 visits to new parents in the local Beaufort County South Carolina Birthing Centers. http://borntoread.org/
About Dr. Rebecca Dwight Bruff:
Rebecca Bruff heard the story of Robert Smalls on her first visit to South Carolina. She was so captivated that she left her job and moved across the country to research and write this novel. Bruff earned her bachelor's degree in education (Texas A&M) and Master and Doctorate degrees in theology (Southern Methodist University). An ordained elder in the United Methodist Church, she served several Dallas area congregations, focusing on spiritual formation and cross-cultural partnerships. In 2017, she was a scholarship recipient for the prestigious Key West Literary Seminar. She now serves part time at the Carteret Street United Methodist Church and volunteers at the Pat Conroy Literary Center in Beaufort, South Carolina. She's published non-fiction, plays a little tennis, travels when she can, and loves life in the lowcountry with her husband and an exuberant golden retriever. Learn more at http://www.rebeccabruff.com
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