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John Quiñones Visits Bosque School Albuquerque

ABC News Correspondent and Author, John Quiñones, at Bosque School for conversation, book signing and fundraiser  

Albuquerque – Bosque School in partnership with Bookworks, announces ABC News Correspondent and Author John Quiñones will visit on October 28 at 6:00 p.m. for a conversation and book signing in Budagher Hall. The What Would You Do? Anchor joins the school in efforts to support need-based financial aid and help meet a $50,000 challenge grant from the E.E. Ford Foundation. The financial aid program supports 42% of the Bosque School student body. 

The discussion will be on Quiñones’ book What Would You Do?: Words of Wisdom About Doing the Right Thing and his career as a network news correspondent. This event is open to the public, and every ticket holder will receive a signed copy of Quiñones’ book. Tickets start at $50 for adults and $25 for students, limited seating available. A VIP opportunity is available for those who would like to join Quiñones for an intimate 20 person dinner, hosted by Vernon’s Speakeasy, after the public event. These tickets are $250 and include conversation, dinner, and a personalized book signing. 

Quiñones is a seven-time Emmy Award winner and has reported for all ABC News programs and platforms as well as served as anchor of Primetime. 

For more information about the event visit the Bosque School website and purchase tickets here

For more information on Quiñones visit JohnQuiñones.com

About Bosque School

Bosque School is an independent, non-sectarian, co-educational, college preparatory school celebrating 20 years of scholarship, community, and integrity. With more than 500 students in grades 6 through 12, Bosque’s mission is to prepare young men and women to become lifelong learners with the highest character values and academic goals in a natural New Mexico setting emphasizing strong family and community involvement. Bosque is dedicated to providing a traditional college preparatory curriculum in arts, experimental environmental science curriculum in the bosque, and service learning throughout the Albuquerque community. 

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