We attended the annual dinner of the Minnesota Family Council this past Thursday. We sat with Minnesota state senator Tom Neuville, one of the good guys in Minnesota politics, and his wife, as well as the man famous for being the law school roommate of Hugh Hewitt, Dwight Rabuse, and his wife Sandy. Dwight is a prominent Minnesota attorney who hosts the Rabuse on the Right show that precedes our Northern Alliance Radio show on AM 1280 in the Twin Cities. We look forward to taking the show worldwide when the station begins live streaming next month.
Fred Barnes was the keynote speaker at the dinner. He gave powerful personal testimony to his Christian faith in addition to addressing the politics of the moment. The highlight of the dinner, however, may have been the singing of “Go Light Your World” by Pamela Finley, Mrs. Minnesota 2002. Mrs. Finley has been married to the same guy for 17 years, is the mother of three children, and is Rocket Man’s neighbor in Apple Valley. Mrs. Finley is pictured below on the right.
The 2002 Mrs. Minnesota International Pageant was held at St. Cloud State University on March 17, 2002. Mrs. Finley was selected from a field of 19 contestants to become Mrs. Minnesota International 2002, her sixth try at earning a state Mrs. crown. Rumors that previous judging panels suffered from visual impairments have not been disproved.
The 5’7″ brown eyed blonde has been married to husband Jon for 17 years. Together they have three sons – Christopher, Camaron, and Brandon. Mrs. Finley’s cause is Lupus, a disease with which she has personal experience. She is a spokesperson for the Lupus Foundation of Minnesota. When Mrs. Finley went to the Mrs. International Pageant in August 2002 she shared the stage with her sister, Tina Hogan, representing Germany, picured above on the left. Did I forget to mention that the lady’s got pipes?
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