The Cleveland HUNGARIAN ASSOCIATION
58th Hungarian Congress Presents
“A Century of Conflict: Communism versus Civilization”
Keynote luncheon speaker: Marion Smith, Executive Director of Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation
12:30 pm, Saturday, November 24, 2018 Thanksgiving weekend at the
Hilton Garden Inn Cleveland Downtown 1100 Carnegie Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115
Marion Smith is a civil society leader and an expert in international affairs. He has served as executive director of the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation since March 2014. As Executive Director, he provides strategic leadership for VOC and spearheads its educational initiatives. He is also the founding president of the Common Sense Society, an international foundation that promotes civic engagement, entrepreneurship, and leadership virtues among young professionals in the United States and Europe.
Marion is a native of South Carolina and chairman of the National Civic Art Society. He was previously a visiting fellow at the B. Kenneth Simon Center for Principles and Politics at the Heritage Foundation. His articles have appeared in publications including USA Today, The Hill, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, National Review, and The Weekly Standard. He is a regular guest analyst on major network and cable television news channels, including ABC, NBC, MSNBC, Fox News, and CNN.
Tickets for the Saturday noon luncheon with the Marion Smith must be purchased in advance and will be available for pick-up on site the day of the event. There will be no ticket sales at the door. Ticket price includes luncheon and speaker’s presentation. No seating for presentation only, without ticket.
Tickets can be ordered on-line by visiting https://hungarianassociation.com/en/payment-options/
OR Tickets can be ordered by returning this order form by or before November 17th, 2018 to: Hungarian Association, P.O. Box 771066, Cleveland, OH 44107. Please make your checks payable to: “Hungarian Association”
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