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Start your Convention Saturday morning off right at the Chairwoman's Prayer Breakfast!

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When: 7AM, Saturday, April 6, 2024

Where: Holiday Inn, 3803 13th Ave S, Fargo

Cost: $35

Space is limited, so tickets will not be available at the door. You can sign up when registering for the Convention. Already registered? Simply log back into registration using your district code and RSVP for the event. (You will need to "claim your account" the first time you make any changes.) Questions may be directed to

Meet Our Keynote Speaker

Carson grew up in Bismarck, N.D., and attended Century High School, where he was a decorated three-sport athlete and class valedictorian. He was a part of five national championship teams during his time at NDSU, along with twice being named the Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA Championship.


Drafted second-overall by the Philadelphia Eagles in the 2016 NFL Draft, Carson was named the team’s starting quarterback only eight days before his rookie season. Carson’s success in the NFL continued following his rookie season, setting a franchise-record with 33 passing touchdowns as a member of the Super Bowl LII-winning Eagles in 2017. His career has spanned eight seasons, and he has appeared in 95 games with the Philadelphia Eagles, Indianapolis Colts, Washington Commanders, and Los Angeles Rams.

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    Carson Wentz

    Pro Football Player

    Co-Founder of the AO1 Foundation

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    Following his first season in the NFL, Carson knew he wanted to use the platform the Lord had given him to make a difference. Together, he and his brother, Zach, launched the AO1 Foundation in July 2017 with the mission of “Uplifting individuals and communities around the world by demonstrating God’s love for His people.” 

    Meet Our Moderator

    Amy Olson is a North Dakota native and a 10 year LPGA Tour veteran. She holds the NCAA record for most collegiate golf wins from her time at NDSU where she amassed 20 individual victories. Amy is married to Grant Olson, who coaches football at NDSU, and they have one daughter, Carly.

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      Amy Olson

      Pro Golfer

      District 27 Chair

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