Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast planned

With a focus on praying for those in leadership, planning for the fourth annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast is well underway.

With a focus on praying for those in leadership, planning for the fourth annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast is well underway.

The event takes place Friday, Oct. 19 at the community centre beginning at 7:15 a.m., said organizer Steve Rowe.

Teresa Rilling is the featured speaker this year. “Life is like a box of chocolate – you never know what you’re going to get” is the topic she’s chosen to share her humour and passion while encouraging people to become all they were created to be.

She’ll be joined on the program by Mayor Susan Samson and musical artist Sean McIntyre.

The annual event is presented by Sylvan Lake Ministerial Association.

Tickets are $25 each or $200 for a table of eight and are available at Alliance Community Church or Sylvan Lake Community Partners.

For more information check their website at

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