Tome Society cordially invites you to the First Annual Tome Society Benefit Dinner on September 24, 2015 at 6:30 in the evening. This event will be packed with great food, a New York Times Bestselling keynote speaker, and an exciting silent auction.
Cindy Woodsmall resides in Northeast Georgia and has written a whopping 15 fiction and non-fiction books! The Sisters of the Quilt series and Ada's House series are just a few of her many published works. She has been featured on the front page of the Wall Street Journal and has helped National Geographic record a documentary on Amish life. Mrs. Woodsmall has been awarded numerous honors such as Fiction Book of the Year and Inspirational Reader's Choice Contest. To the Tome Society's delight Mrs. Woodsmall will be speaking at the First Annual Tome Society Benefit Dinner.
All proceeds from the Benefit Dinner and Silent Auction will go to promoting multiple literacies among 4th-12th grade students across the United States. The Tome Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that provides students with the opportunity to participate in service, collaboration, and competition-based club activities that is centered around clean, entertaining, and encouraging literature.
If you are interested in attending the First Annual Tome Society Benefit Dinner please follow the link below to purchase your tickets.