Chino Valley Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast Committee

Members of the Chino Valley Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast Committee are (from left) Jeannette Fuentes, Sarah Evinger, Pastor Mike Spradlin of Valley Christian Church in Chino (seated), Sylvia Nash and Norma Murakami. In back, from left are John Voortman, Mary Faulhaber, Jill Burlingame and Brenda Maleskey.

More than 230 people have signed up to attend the Chino Valley Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast and tickets are still available for the event, to be held 7 to 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 19 at Los Serranos Country Club, 15656 Yorba Ave., Chino Hills.

The community is invited.

Chino Hills Mayor Art Bennett and Chino Hills Mayor Eunice Ulloa will attend with keynote speaker Dr. Kevin Mannoia, chaplain of Azusa Pacific University.

The emcee will be Don Dix, KTIE 590 radio host.

Soloists will be Stephanie Chamani and Marissa Valenzuela.

The Chino Valley Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast Committee is working with the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce to organize the event. 

Committee member Sarah Evinger told the Chino Hills City Council on Tuesday that the event is “inaugural” and will be hosted every year by the committee. 

She promised it would end by 8:30 a.m. so everybody can get to work on time.

A mayor’s prayer breakfast was held by the former Chino-Chino Hills Ministerial Association in the 70s, 80s, and 90s. 

Event organizer Sylvia Nash said police chiefs from both cities have signed up and members of the fire departrment have purchased a table.

Ticket price is $25 and can be purchased through the Chamber of Commerce. 

A table of ten can be reserved for $250.

Sponsorship opportunities include premium for $5,000, gold for $1,000 and silver for $500. 

To register: visit mayor sbreakfast.com/register or email cvmayorsbreak fast@gmail.com

Information: 627-6177.

 

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