"Lt. Gen. Jerry Boykin, U.S. Army (ret.), former commander of Delta and U.S. Army Special Forces and vice president of the Family Research Council, will discuss the role that the American public school system plays in the transformation of our youth by a toxic mix of anti-intellectualism, atheism and Leftism, a cocktail fatal to Western civilization," says a spokesman for Calvary Memorial Church.

The church is hosting the event, which is scheduled at noon Saturday, April 20. The church is located at 400 S. Bennett St., Southern Pines.

Refreshments will be served following the presentation.

"Please contact Dwight Creech, at (910) 690-6564, or email dmcreech@nc.rr.com, if you will attend," says the spokesman.

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