Enjoying last year’s Mayoral Prayer Breakfast are Paul Bielby, from Ray White, and Amy Brown and Robert Nimmo, from Professionals.
Enjoying last year’s Mayoral Prayer Breakfast are Paul Bielby, from Ray White, and Amy Brown and Robert Nimmo, from Professionals. Renee Pilcher

Get in quick or miss top community event

GET in now and secure tickets for the seventh annual Gympie Regional Mayoral Prayer Breakfast next month or risk disappointment, organisers have warned.

The breakfast, to be held on Friday, February 22, at Southside's The Pavilion, is a popular event selling out to capacity each year.

Organiser Jill Crampton said the event was well received each year for a host of reasons.

"The Gympie Regional Mayoral Prayer Breakfast is a regular annual city event and one which sells out to capacity each year because of its compelling and inspiring speakers, wonderful singers, breakfast together as a community and a network opportunity to start the year," she said.

Guest speaker for this year is Mike Baird, New South Wales treasurer.

"Mike had served as Shadow Treasurer since December 2008, and previously as Shadow Minister for Energy, Finance and Youth Affairs," Mrs Crampton said.

Mr Baird was appointed treasurer shortly after the LNP formed government in New South Wales on March 26, last year.

There will also be a guest artist entertaining the 700-strong guests, feasting on a hot breakfast served by James Nash State High School students and catered for by Barry and Michelle Hardingham.

Interested people need to book quickly. Cost is $15 per seat or $120 per table of eight. Contact Jill Crampton on 5483 7563 or Thea Nissen 5482 1282.