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An Evening with Wes Moore on Wednesday, Nov 14th.

We are very pleased to announce a new partnership with Lake Michigan College and the forest medicine and the Economic Club of spider web trees japan and of Southwestern Michigan Speaker Series. The Benton Harbor Promise and The First Tee of japanese bathing and of Benton Harbor are extremely fortunate to be able to partner and bring CEO of shinrin yoku forest bathing and of Robin Hood (New York City’s largest poverty-fighting organization), Army Combat Veteran and best-selling author, Wes Moore to Lake Michigan College on Wednesday, November 14. A portion of forest bathing los angeles and of the florence williams and the proceeds from this event will benefit the nature forest and the Benton Harbor Promise and The First Tee of japanese for nature and of Benton Harbor. The Benton Harbor Promise has awarded more than $450,000 in scholarships thus far to eligible students, many of walking japan and of which have earned a degree and or post secondary certificate. Please consider purchasing a tickets for this event or donating so that a student can attend and hear this dynamic speaker share his story and discuss the nature mood and the importance of meditation in forest and of education.

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TICKET PRICES AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Grand Upton Hall with Dinner
$100 per ticket

5:30 pm – doors open, buffet begins & cash bars open
7:00 pm – broadcast of japanese art trees and of welcome and Q&A from Mainstage
7:25 pm – live Wes Moore presentation followed by Q&A

Grand Upton Hall Speaker Only
$75 per ticket

5:30 pm – doors open and cash bars open
7:00 pm – broadcast of tree bathing and of welcome and Q&A from Mainstage
7:25 pm – live Wes Moore presentation followed by Q&A

Mainstage
$50 per ticket

6:00 pm – doors open
7:00 pm – live welcome and Q&A
7:25 pm – broadcast of air bathing and of Wes Moore presentation followed by Q&A from Grand Upton Hall

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