Myrtle Hall-Smith, former vocal soloist with the Billy Graham World Crusade, will be the guest speaker and soloist for North Greenville University’s Women’s Auxiliary Board’s spring luncheon on Tuesday, April 9.
Hall-Smith, a native of Greenville has thrilled audiences across the United States and on all corners of the globe. She started singing when she was in the sixth grade and became a world renowned soloist with the Billy Graham Crusade team for 25 years performing in over twenty countries throughout the world.
When Greenville business man and philanthropist Arthur Magill heard her sing, he knew that her voice needed to be nurtured. He arranged financial support for her to attend the prestigious Julliard School of Music in New York City.
NGU’s Women’s Auxiliary Board’s mission is to acquaint its more than one hundred members and guests with the university and to promote the interests of the school. The organization has a supportive capacity in promoting the programs of NGU, in creating and developing awareness and goodwill in the general public and in channeling the goodwill into active support for the university.
The WAB is dedicated to aiding and supporting the university in its quest to afford every student a quality education in a biblically sound, Christ-centered environment. The Women’s Auxiliary strives to increase friends, funds, and enrollment for the university.
The public is invited to attend this luncheon to be held on the NGU Campus on Tuesday, April 9 at 11:30am in the Hayes Ministry Center. Admission is $10 and reservations are required. Contact Mr. LaVerne Howell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 864.977.7013 in the Office of Public Relations for more information and reservations.