From Our Hometown
TWO NOBEL PEACE PRIZE WINNERS
We will celebrate the accomplishments of these two individuals on August 26 at 6:00PM at the Smith County Ag Center.
Born in 1871 in a log cabin in Byrdstown TN
Chair of Clay County Democratic Party at age 19
Received law degree from Cumberland University
Veteran of Spanish American War - 4th Regiment of Tennessee Volunteer Infantry
Appointed Judge of 54th Judicial District of Tennessee
Elected Tennessee State House of Representatives 40th District
Chairman of Democratic National Committee
Longest serving Secretary of State under Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry Truman during World War II
Referred to as the Father of the United Nations
Authorized the federal income tax
Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1945
AL GORE, JR.
Born 1948 in Washington D.C. where his father served as U.S. House of Representative from Tennessee
Grew up on the Gore family farm where he still resides in Carthage as well as Nashville
Graduated from Harvard University
Vietnam veteran as a journalist from 1969 to 1971
Attended Vanderbilt University Divinity School and Law School
Author of "Earth in Balance: Ecology and the Human Spirit"
Won the popular vote but lost the electoral vote in 2000
Academy Aware winner for his documentary "An Inconvenient Truth"
Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007
YOU ARE INVITED
$500 Sponsor table includes logo in the program and a table for 4 guests
$125 host table for 4 guests
$20 individual ticket
$10 ticket without dinner for arrival at 7:00 PM.
To purchase tickets contact Sherry Fisher,