Retired FBI Agent to Speak about his 9/11 experience at Men's Breakfast

On Saturday, April 6th at 8 am the men of Williamsburg Presbyterian Church will host a breakfast featuring guest speaker John Tamm, who as a Supervising Special Agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation was responsible for investigating and reporting on the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack. John will be sharing with us various aspects of that investigation which put together the facts surrounding the attack. The findings of the FBI's report have resulted in actions that have had a significant impact on the lives of all of us. Having made a major contribution to his family's rich history in law enforcement, and following his retirement from the FBI, John currently is serving as the Stated Clerk for the Presbytery of Eastern Virginia. Don't miss this opportunity to have breakfast with John and gain an inside look at the FBI during a critical period in our history. All men and women are welcome. There is a time for fellowship, a great home cooked meal, and a hymn sing, and a donation of $5 will be requested at the breakfast. The church is located at 215 Richmond Road, across from the College of William and Mary. So that there will be enough home-cooked food for all, please call the church office at 757-229-4235 to make your reservations by Wednesday, April 3rd.

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