HAPPY NEW YEAR!
You are cordially invited to attend our monthly CLS lunch.
- DATE: February 21, 2020
- TIME: 12:30pm
- LOCATION: Pam’s Farmhouse (5111 Western Blvd.)
- Directions to Pam’s from North Raleigh: Take the beltline heading towards Cary. Take the FIRST Western Blvd. exit (“Cary”), heading away from NC State. Go about half a mile and take a left at the light – a bit of a U turn – into the parking area for Pam’s Farmhouse. If you get lost, please call the restaurant at (919) 859-9990.Topic: "Balancing the Separation of Church and State: A Christian Judge's Perspective"
- TOPIC: TBD
- KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Tim Hoegemeyer. Tim Hoegemeyer grew up in rural Nebraska and went to college at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. After college he served as an artillery officer in the United States Marine Corps. The Marine Corps brought him to North Carolina in 1992 and he has never left.
Tim worked in banking for a number of years before going to law school at Campbell University. During law school he also earned a Master’s in Public Administration from North Carolina State University. His legal career includes over 12 years in the Office of the State Auditor where he oversaw the Fraud, Waste, and Abuse Investigative Division.
Tim currently lives in Fuquay-Varina with his wife Jennifer to whom he has been married for over 21 years. They have three children, Levi, Canaan, and Eden. Together they are all active in their church where Tim serves as a Deacon. Their boys are also active in boy Scouts where Tim serves as an Assistant Scoutmaster and is a member of the Order of the Arrow.
You may recall that in early December one of our fellow members, Skip Stam, called to my attention a resource related to Religious Freedom in Focus. Following that email, another fellow member, Steve West, informed me of another resource that also may be of interest to you. Please see the below from Steve.
I write about religious liberty issues weekly for World Magazine Digital. You can find those updates, which usually post Tuesday by 5:00, at https://world.wng.org/tags/religious_liberty
3/20/20: John Harris
4/17/20: The Honorable Lori Christian
5/15/20: Joshua Rogers
6/19/20: John Long
9/18/20: Bill Finley
10/16/20: Brad Harbaugh
12/18/20: Dell Cook