MFI to celebrate 20 years of service with gala celebration

Michael Reagan
Michael Reagan

As our year-long celebration of Massachusetts Family Institute’s twentieth year draws to an end later this year, we invite all our friends and supporters to one last grand event to mark this momentous occasion. On Friday, October 21, 2011, MFI will host a 20th Anniversary Gala at the Newton Marriott with special guest Michael Reagan.

Michael Reagan is the son of the late President Ronald Reagan and a nationally recognized author and talk show host. Reagan is a dynamic speaker with a heart for the conservative values that his father fought for and that we all hold dear.  His most recent book, Twice Adopted, is a moving story about his adoption first by Reagan and his first wife Jane Wyman, and his second adoption as a child of God.

In addition to Reagan’s keynote address, we will once again recognize everyday people for their service to faith, family and freedom with Citizenship Awards. Finally, once dinner has been served and speeches delivered, we will open up the dance floor to the music of the live band, Shine.

I want to personally invite you to be a part of this special evening, and offer you a discount for purchasing your tickets early. We hope to have online ticket sales up and running next week on our website. Though tickets are $100 per guest, if you sign up before September 1, you can get in for an early bird price of $75. There will also be options for buying an entire table of 10 and a special VIP package that includes a private reception with Michael Reagan.

Online ticket sales will be available at


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