Sedalia Kiwanis Promote Community Unity with Prayer Breakfast [INTERVIEW]
I don’t think that I’d call myself a religious person. I think we can all agree though, that human faith goes a long way towards our own personal fulfillment in life. That’s what the Sedalia Kiwanis hope to inspire with their Prayer Breakfast.
The Sedalia Kiwanis Club invites the community to be a part of the 7th Annual Sedalia Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast. Sedalia Mayor Stephen Galliher and other community leaders will join Kiwanians, members of the clergy and others to enjoy a meal and offer prayers. The guest speaker for the day will be Joyce Foster. Certificates will be presented to nominated outstanding youth from area churches and a $500 check will be presented to the winner of the William Schien Scholarship presented annually by the Sedalia Kiwanis Club to a gradating senior from an area high school.
I spoke with two members of the Kiwanis Club, Judy Moriarity-Ebers and Pat Kelley about the breakfast, what it does and who it helps.
Make your plans to join them on Saturday morning at Christ and Trinity Lutheran Church, 3201 Southwest Blvd, beginning at 9:00 a.m. There’s no cost, but you can leave a freewill donation if you’d like. The money raised will go to Sedalia Kiwanis projects like their partnership with Unicef to attempt to eliminate Tetanus in the world. Visit the Kiwanis website for more information or contact Pat Kelley at 660-826-8218.