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Brook Hill welcomes Michael W. Smith to perform at annual Founder's day

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TYLER (KYTX) - The Brook Hill School will be welcoming Christian recording artist Michael W. Smith for their annual Founder's Day on October 14.

Michael W. Smith is a contemporary Christian singer, songwriter, accomplished pianist as well as an author of more than 10 books.

Smith is a three-time Grammy Award winner, and has earned 40 Dove Awards. Over the course of his career, he has sold more than 13 million albums and recorded 29 No. 1 Hit songs, fourteen gold albums, and five platinum albums. Smith is an American Music Award recipient; he has also been named one of People magazine's "Most Beautiful People".

The school is welcoming church groups, youth groups,and families to enjoy him in concert with.

VIP Seating and Q&A special tickets are also on sale for an additional fee.

Each October on Columbus Day Brook Hill celebrates Founder's Day. This is an event unique to Brook Hill in that they take a day to honor an individual(s) who have been shown tremendous support for the school and have been instrumental in the success of the school.

Past honorees include:

2008 - Mr. Stephen Dement, Founder of The Brook Hill School

2009 – Mr. and Mrs. Joseph & Louise Ornelas

2010 - Mrs. Ginger Bell, Director of Admissions & Mr. Ben Lauderdale, Founding Headmaster

2011 - Mr. and Mrs. Sherif & Juanita Sharawi

2012 - Mr. and Mrs. David & Shirley Lake

This event is an evening of celebration of where Brook Hill came from and where it is now because of the generosity of so many.

 

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