Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast

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The members of the Mayor’s Community Prayer Breakfast committee have been hard at work for many months preparing for this year’s prayer breakfast. The purpose of the Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast is to pray for all those involved in government, whether municipal, provincial or federal.

We would like to acknowledge the contributions made by all those who choose to serve in a governance role. This year’s committee has invited the mayor of the Town of Ponoka and town council; the reeve of Ponoka County and councillors; Lacombe-Ponoka MLA, Ray Prins; and Conservative candidate Blaine Calkins to be guests at this year’s Mayor’s Community Prayer Breakfast.

Guest speaker is Pastor Delleman of the Sonrise Church. The breakfast is taking place at the Kinsman Community Centre. Doors open at 8 a.m. and breakfast will be served at 8:30 a.m. If you would like to purchase a ticket and join us for this very special event, contact Trevor Buss at 403-783-6332.

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