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Pam Tebow Special Guest Speaker for 2016 Hope Center Celebration!

Save the Date!  Presenting Pam Tebow as our very special guest speaker for our 14th Annual Hope Center Celebration, Tuesday, October 18, 2016....

Save the Date!  Presenting Pam Tebow as our very special guest speaker for our 14th Annual Hope Center Celebration, Tuesday, October 18, 2016. Dinner will begin at 6:00 pm at the General Morgan Inn.

Pam Tebow, mother of the 2007 Heisman trophy winner, Tim Tebow, and 2014’s Extraordinary Woman of the Year, will be the keynote speaker for the 14th annual Hope Center Celebration on Tuesday, October 18, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. at the General Morgan Inn in Greeneville, TN.

Pam’s family notoriety comes from her youngest son, Tim Tebow, who was the starting quarterback for the Florida Gators for 3 years and winner of the Heisman trophy in 2007. Pam interviewed with ESPN when Tim won the Heisman and they aired the portion on her refusal to abort “Timmy” which gave her rise to a national platform on speaking on the pro-life message. Pam has also won many national awards including Woman of the Year in 2012 and Extraordinary Woman of the Year in 2014.

Pam, along with her husband Bob of 45 years, has been active in a variety of missions focused groups. Their family lived for many years in the Philippines and continues to have a major hand in many ministries for the island. Their orphanage, known as Uncle Dick’s Home, has been home to scores of orphans since 1992. She and Bob have also been called “homeschool pioneers” as all 5 of their children were homeschooled when “homeschool” was not yet a popular idea.

Sponsorship packages are available.  For more information about the Hope Center Celebration or to donate, call 423.638.5433 and speak with Sharon or Mallory.

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