Ticket Information To See President Obama At Concord High School

The White House has released information about how to get a ticket to see President Barack Obama when he speaks, tomorrow, at Concord High School. There is a limited amount of tickets available to the general public, as most of the audience will be made up of students, faculty and graduating seniors from Concord.

Tickets will be distributed this morning from 8 o’clock until 10 o’clock at the McCuen Gym Entrance, Door 12, at Concord High School. One ticket per person will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. The town hall meeting, hosted by PBS, is invitation-only and tickets are not available to the public.

The Elkhart Truth reports about 100 people have been invited or asked to take part, including Elkhart Mayor Tim Neese, Rod Roberson with Church Community Services, Middlebury dairy farmer and Elkhart County commissioner Mike Yoder, and Elkhart Chamber of Commerce President Kyle Hannon. The meeting will be taped and aired at 8 o’clock, tomorrow, on WNIT.