East Valley Mayors' Prayer Breakfast

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WHAT IS THE EAST VALLEY MAYORS' PRAYER BREAKFAST?

 Join us for a morning of inspiration, reflection and collaboration with business and community leaders. Faith leaders from across the East Valley will lead us in prayer, and our featured speakers will share their personal stories of community leadership and involvement. You won't want to miss this community event.

Who Should Attend?

Leaders from East Valley:

  • businesses
  • public service organizations
  • faith groups

WHo Benefits?

 Our East Valley cities and towns are made stronger when multi-faith leaders, business, government, and community leaders collaborate and build a partnership to serve needs in our communities. 

9TH ANNUAL EAST VALLEY MAYORS' PRAYER BREAKFAST

HOSTED BY THE SALT RIVER-PIMA MARICOPA INDIAN COMMUNITY

Wednesday,  March 25, 2020

8am to 9am

Check-In  begins at 7:15am

Program begins at 8am

Lehi  Festival Grounds

3221 N. Stapley Drive, Mesa, Arizona 85203



Join us for the first East Valley Mayors' Prayer Breakfast  to be held on tribal land. This morning of  inspiration, reflection and celebration with business and community leaders from around the East Valley will be held in the heart of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. Leaders from the East Valley will lead us in prayer, and our speakers will share their personal stories of faith, community,  miracles and milestones. You won't want to miss this celebrated community event.

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East Valley Mayors

  • Kevin  Hartke, City of Chandler 
  • John  Giles, City of Mesa 
  • Mark  Mitchell, City of Tempe  
  • W.J.  “Jim” Lane, City of Scottsdale 
  • Gail  Barney, Town of Queen Creek 
  • Jeff  Serdy, City of Apache Junction 
  • Ginny  Dickey, Town of Fountain Hills  
  • Jerry  Bien-Willner, Town of Paradise Valley  
  • Jenn  Daniels, Town of Gilbert  
  • Ernie  Bunch- Town of Cave Creek 
  • Martin  Harvier- President Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian  Community

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