2020 14th Annual Banquet Rescheduled

Our 14th Annual Banquet has been rescheduled! The new date is Saturday, September 26, 2020, at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center. For those who have already purchased tickets, please keep them as they are fine for our rescheduled event. If you have not yet purchased your tickets, please do so at your convenience.

An Evening with Ronan Tynan

We would like to thank all of you who attended this event for coming out and making it such a fantastic evening! It's not every day that Lubbock has the opportunity to hear such a fantastic artist and we were honored to be a part of making it happen.

We would also like to say a special thanks to Mark Umstot for photographing this event and helping us capture such an exiting evening. Click the image below to view the Mark's photos, and make sure to visit his website.

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Thank you for all of your generous donations and we would like to say a special thanks to all of our sponsors listed below:

      

    

    

• AimBank • Arledge Aesthetics • City Bank • Commercial State Bank • Tonia Flemming • Barbara Gilley • Havertys • Lowe’s Grocery Store • Lubbock Artificial Limb & Brace, LTD. • Lubbock Christian University • Massage Envy Spa • Peoples Bank • Reagor Dykes Auto Group • S.C.O.R.E. Builders • Service Title Co. • Thomas Property Management • Wells Fargo Bank • Dwain Woody •


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 Operation Hope would like to invite you to join us for Honoring Our Military - An Evening with Ronan Tynan on November 9, 2012 at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center. Ronan is a member of the world famous Irish Tenors. His solo career has also seen tremendous success, and this concert will provide an unprecedented opportunity for the Lubbock area to see a performer like Ronan. 

Ronan will be taking time during the event to honor our military and say a special thanks to our armed forces.

Earlier this year, Dr. John Thomas had not only the pleasure of hearing Ronan sing but also an opportunity to meet with him. They were both recipients of the Ellis Island Medal of Honor. Dr. Thomas says Ronan’s heart is as big as his voice.

You will remember Ronan simultaneously consoled and inspired us all as he sang God Bless America at the first New York Yankee’s game following the September 11th attacks. At the personal request of Nancy Reagan, Ronan also sang Amazing Grace and Ava Maria at President Ronald Reagan’s funeral in Washington’s National Cathedral.

We are honored to have someone like Ronan joining us for this exciting evening and we hope you will join us as well!

Dress code for the evening with be Cocktail Attire.

All proceeds from the evening will benefit Operation HOPE and the work we do locally & across the globe. 

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We are Healing Outreach for People Everywhere. We seek to empower, enhance and enable people from all walks of life across the globe.We are a non-profit (501C3) organization that continues to expand its ministry's footprint to reach around the world while maintaining a strong presence in our own backyard.