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October 2015 News

First Pittsworth Mayoral Prayer Breakfast a success

  • Written by  Ian Anderson
50 people enjoyed the first ever Pittsworth Mayoral Prayer Breakfast Photo: Provided

The inaugural Mayoral Prayer Breakfast in Pittsworth was held on Thursday September 3 at the Pittsworth Bowls Club, and proved to be a big success.

150 people attended the successful event that featured entertainment from Toowoomba’s Golden Guitar winner Brendon Walmsley.

Toowoomba Mayor Paul Antonio attended the breakfast, along with a number of his fellow councillors.

The special guest speaker Dennis Wagner, from Wagners, spoke about how the Wagner family built their business and how they persevered through tough times. Their motto became “We know no boundaries.”

The Mayor said he was thrilled with the turn out for the first ever Prayer Breakfast in Pittsworth, and was looking forward to seeing more regional communities holding their own breakfasts.

Pastors in Oakey have begun talks about hosting their own Prayer Breakfast in the future.

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