This October: MFI to Welcome Hugh Hewitt

Massachusetts Family Institute celebrated 25 years of serving Massachusetts families last year, and we are thrilled to continue being a voice for your family in year 26. Every October, we invite friends of MFI to our annual fundraising banquet to hear from a dynamic pro-family speaker and enjoy wonderful food and fellowship.

MFI is excited to announce that for our 26th Annual Banquet on Friday, October 20, we will be welcoming national radio talk show host, NBC news analyst and Washington Post contributing columnist Hugh Hewitt. Hugh is the host of The Hugh Hewitt Show on the Salem Radio Network, heard nationally every weekday morning. Hewitt describes himself on air as an “evangelical Roman Catholic Presbyterian” and is a frequent commentator on religion in America. Most recently, Hewitt served as a moderator in the GOP presidential primary debates of the 2015-16 election season. Hewitt is a graduate of Harvard College and the University of Michigan Law School. He served for nearly six years in the Reagan Administration before overseeing the construction of the Nixon Presidential Library.   He currently resides in Orange County, CA with his wife and is the author of a dozen books on politics, public policy, and religion.

Read Hugh’s full biography here.

We look forward to hearing from Hugh Hewitt this October as we celebrate another year of serving your family here in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

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