Leadership Prayer Breakfast planned for next week

The 2016 Lacombe Leadership Prayer Breakfast is the fifth edition of the annual Leadership Prayer Breakfast.

  • Feb. 11, 2016 9:00 a.m.

The 2016 Lacombe Leadership Prayer Breakfast is the fifth edition of the annual Leadership Prayer Breakfast (formerly the Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast), to honour and pray for our leaders in the City of Lacombe.

As a community, organizers want to show support and appreciation for local officials and recognize the task they have in governing the area.

The prayer breakfast is planned for Feb. 18th, from 7 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. at the Lacombe Memorial Centre.

The guests of honour are City of Lacombe Mayor Steve Christie, Lacombe Police Service Chief Steve Murray and Lacombe Fire Department Chief Ed van Delden.

This year will feature a special presentation by local humanitarian and business person, Eric Rajah. Rajah is well known for his work with A Better World Canada, with a goal to provide sustainable change to people around the world, including in our own community. The focus of his presentation will be on acting locally while thinking globally. You don’t have to travel around the world to help others. We can start right here at home. Rajah will share from his own experience what this can look like and will leave his audience with some practical tips on how to implement these ideas.

Tickets are $25 each and can be ordered online at www.lacombeprayerbreakfast.ca or by calling 403-782-2910 or 403-318-6271.

 

 

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