Georgia Christian Prepares to Welcome Former President Bush

| November 28, 2014

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DASHER — Georgia Christian School will welcome George W. Bush, 43rd President of the United States,as its special guest as part of the GCS Centennial Homecoming Celebration. This special eventwill take place next Thursday, December 4, 2014 at Valdosta State University.

The GCS Annual Benefit Dinner began in the fall of 2008 with Heisman Trophy winner Charlie Ward and quickly became the school’s largest fundraiser. The school also has been pleased to host former NBA star Tim McCormick, former Atlanta Brave Dale Murphy, Governor Mike Huckabee, former First Lady Laura Bush, and four-time Super Bowl Champion Terry Bradshaw. The evening is not only an opportunity for great entertainment, but also a time for the community to learn about Georgia Christian School through videos, student performances, and interactions with student ambassadors, faculty, staff, and the Board of Directors.

While President Bush is in Valdosta to celebrate the Georgia Christian School Centennial Homecoming, he will also participate in a signing event for his new book 41: A Portrait of My Father which will be held on Moody Air Force Base for Department of Defense ID card holders.

The mission of Georgia Christian School is to provide a Christian foundation that promotes a passion for learning, responsible citizens, and the skills necessary to lead through character development, spiritual guidance and excellent academic instruction.

Located on thirty-six acres of land with large oak trees and historic buildings, Georgia Christian School traces its origins back to 1914.

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