Join Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller and the Newton Interfaith Clergy Association for the 45th Annual Newton Mayor’s Community Breakfast, an annual gathering that brings together residents, clergy, business leaders, public officials and community organization representatives.
Co-keynote speakers will be two student members of the Newton Youth Commission:
- Julia Geller, a senior student at Newton South High School;
- Nathan Persampieri, a senior student at Newton North High School.
Julia and Nathan will share their thoughts on diversity and inclusion in our community, their experiences as students in the Newton Public
Schools, and their perspective on Newton’s future.
The breakfast will also feature readings from an interfaith representation of clergy, musical performances from Newton Public School students, and the presentation of awards, including the annual Mayor Mann Community Service Awards, Rotary Club of Newton Anthony J. Bibbo scholarships, and the Harmony Foundation’s Setti D. Warren Humanitarian Award.
Proceeds from the breakfast will support the vital work of the Foundation for Racial, Ethnic and Religious Harmony, a community organization founded in 1988 through the initiative of Mayor Theodore D. Mann.
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NOTE: This is not a Chamber event; the Chamber is assisting the Foundation with online ticket sales.