Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast is May 2

Huntington Mayor Brooks Fetters (seated) signs a proclamation on Wednesday, April 10, designating May 2 as City of Huntington Day of Prayer.
Huntington Mayor Brooks Fetters (seated) signs a proclamation on Wednesday, April 10, designating May 2 as City of Huntington Day of Prayer. Photo by Andre B. Laird.

Huntington Mayor Brooks Fetters will host a Mayor's Prayer Breakfast on May 2 at 7:30 a..m. in Habecker Dining Commons at Huntington University.

Fetters signed a proclamation on April 10, designating May 2 as City of Huntington Day of Prayer.

There is a cost per person for the breakfast and reservations are required.

Seating is limited to the first 100 people who respond. Reservations will be accepted through April 29 or until all seats are filled.

For more information or to make a reservation, call 356-1400, extension 212, or email carol.pugh@hunt ington.in.us.

Complete caption: Huntington Mayor Brooks Fetters (seated) signs a proclamation on Wednesday, April 10, designating May 2 as City of Huntington Day of Prayer. On hand for the signing were Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast planning committee members (from left) Gary Dilley, of College Park United Brethren Church; Rev. Ron Rieder, of SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church; Rev. Marti Lundy, of Evangelical United Methodist Church; and Rev. Richard Strick, of St. Peter’s First Community Church.