Bedford County GOP Reagan Day Dinner Features Dr. Ming Wang

Photo: Dr. Ming Wang 

Image Credit: Dr. Ming Wang – Facebook / Background – Public Domain 

Published September 7, 2021 

The Tennessee Conservative [By Jason Vaughn] –

On Thursday, September 16th, the Bedford County Republican Party will host their 2021 Reagan Day Dinner featuring keynote speaker, Dr. Ming Wang. 

Tennessee Capitol Building in Nashville

Interested parties can let the Bedford County GOP know they are interested or going by visiting the Event page on Facebook HERE

Price to attend is $40 per person. 

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Event Details: 

Bedford County GOP 2021 Reagan Day Dinner 

Date: September 16, 2021 

Time: 5:30 PM CDT – 9:30 PM CDT 


Bell Buckle Banquet Hall Event Center 

27 Railroad Square 

Bell Buckle, TN  37020 

About the speaker:  

Dr. Ming Wang, as a teenager, spent 3 years in Chinese concentration camps.  Following his arrival in America, he pursued a medical degree at Harvard and graduated with the highest honors from Harvard Medical School and later MIT. 

Dr. Wang is a world-class cataract and LASIK eye surgeon, philanthropist, and community activist. He is the founding director of Wang Vision Institute and a Clinical Professor for Meharry Medical College, both in Nashville, TN.  

The Wang Foundation for Sight Restoration, a 501c(3) non-profit charity founded by Dr. Wang has helped patients from over 40 states in the U.S. and 55 countries worldwide, with all sight restoration surgeries performed free-of-charge.  

As a co-founder of another 501c(3) non-profit organization, the Common Ground Network, Dr. Wang is dedicated to helping people find common ground and solutions to problems in order to achieve more success and happiness. 

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About the Author:

Jason Vaughn, Media Coordinator for The Tennessee Conservative  ~ Jason previously worked for a legacy publishing company based in Crossville, TN in a variety of roles through his career.  Most recently, he served as Deputy Directory for their flagship publication. Prior, he was a freelance journalist writing articles that appeared in the Herald Citizen, the Crossville Chronicle and The Oracle among others.  He graduated from Tennessee Technological University with a Bachelor’s in English-Journalism, with minors in Broadcast Journalism and History.  Contact Jason at

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