AN EVENING WITH JENNA BUSH HAGER
Sunday, October 30, 2011 3:00PM
Mary Stuart Rogers Theater
"Making a Difference: How the Power of Compassion Changes Lives"
Due to airplane mechanical issues, Jenna Bush Hagar’s flight has been cancelled and she will not be appearing at the Gallo Center this afternoon. Her speaking engagement will not be rescheduled, and if you already have tickets you are entitled to a full refund of your purchase. Please contact the Gallo Center ticket office after 10 am tomorrow, Monday, October 31, at (209) 338-2100. Thank you for your understanding. The Gallo Center regrets this unfortunate circumstance and any inconvenience it may have caused you.
The daughter of former President George W. Bush and Laura Bush is the author of Ana’s Story: A Journey of Hope
, the best-seller about a 17-year old single mother living with HIV and determined to shield her child from the abuse that riddled her own childhood.
Whether an action large or small, everyone has the ability to make a profound impact on the lives of others. A devoted humanitarian, Jenna Bush Hager calls audiences to action and shows they too can make a difference. In her speech, Jenna Bush Hager will demonstrate the many positive contributions that people can have to impact their families, schools and communities. As a UNICEF volunteer, inner-city school teacher and a Today correspondent who shows stories of everyday people doing terrific things, she has ample experiences seeing the very best in human nature. Hager’s message of compassion for supporting those in need inspires audiences to help the disadvantaged and take a more active role in their community.