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February 21, 2015

East Valley Mayors' Prayer Breakfast - Mesa 2015

April 7, 2015 at the Mesa-Phoenix Hilton Hotel

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. 

February 5, 2015

Chandler Volunteers honored at annual recognition breakfast


 
A helper of stranded motorists. A knitter of baby items for newborns. An inspirational leader of Muslim women. A compassionate teenager assisting hospice patients. These are just a few of the individuals honored at this morning’s Third Annual Chandler Volunteer Recognition Breakfast.

The City joined with For Our City Chandler and the Chandler Non-Profit Coalition (CNPC) to recognize the contributions of time and talent made each day by dedicated volunteers. Several individuals and a construction company were singled out for special recognition at the 8 a.m. breakfast held at Chandler’s Center for the Arts.

January 6, 2015

Update from Mesa

DSC02144by Major John Giles

1/6/2015 – This morning, the Mesa Arts Center hosted a For Our City: Meet the Mayor Breakfast for Mesa faith-based leaders. I have been active in the faith-based community for many years and I am excited that Mesa will be hosting the East Valley Prayer Breakfast in April. Leading For Our City Mesa is Linda Moeser, a Mesa native who is Director of Communications at Via Church. She is new to the program and has taken the reigns from Pastor Brant Baker who has set a solid foundation over the last several years.

I believe that the faith-based community has a huge role in Mesa and has been a champion of those less fortunate. First and foremost I want to thank them for always being there. They are the ones at the soup kitchen, at the shelter and ready at a moment’s notice to help those in need. Thank you for all that you do.

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