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Posted: Sunday, March 13, 2011 7:45 pm

Author Richard LeMieux will speak at the Windmill Suites in Surprise at 6 p.m. March 27.

LeMieux had it all — until the trappings of success were stripped away and he was left homeless. “Breakfast at Sally’s,” written by LeMieux on a discarded typewriter while he was living in his minivan, reveals who the homeless really are, what redemption really means and how The Salvation Army transforms lives.

The message of hope that LeMieux conveys in his speaking engagements is just as moving as “Breakfast At Sally’s,” his chronicle of his descent into homelessness and ultimate salvation.

As a speaker, LeMieux’s honesty and humanity shine through as he relates to audiences with his casual, friendly manner. Auidences are taken with the depth of his life experience, subtle wit and generosity of spirit.

To hear him speak, register by March 23. Admission is free.

RSVP to Mara Acosta at 623-583-0133, or e-mail RSVPs to m.acosta@windmillinns.com

Windmill Suites is at 12545 W. Bell Road, Surprise.

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