Each year, this important gathering is an opportunity to come together as a community, celebrate the diversity of our city, and support the terrific work of the Foundation for Racial, Ethnic and Religious Harmony. Keynote speaker: Senator Elizabeth Warren. In addition to Senator Warren, the breakfast will feature musical performances from students of the Newton Public Schools, readings from a variety of clergy, a presentation of scholarships to students. Individual tickets to the Prayer Breakfast are $25, and full tables are also available. Proceeds will go toward the Foundation for Racial, Ethnic and Religious Harmony. Checks should be made out to Newton Community Prayer Breakfast, and mailed to: Tony Bibbo, 492 Waltham Street, West Newton, MA 02465. For questions about ticketing, please contact Tony Bibbo at 617-969-5906, ext. 305, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, please click here.
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