COMMUNITY PRAYER BREAKFAST SET, RESERVATIONS BEING TAKEN

COMMUNITY PRAYER BREAKFAST SET, RESERVATIONS BEING TAKEN

The annual Community Prayer Breakfast has been set and reservations are now being taken. Assignment reporter Taylor Thacker had details…
The Morongo Basin Bob Burke Prayer Breakfast is scheduled for Friday, November 22, and will feature an exciting local hero, Deputy Alex Collins, of San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department. Collins has an amazing story that he wants to share with the people at this breakfast. On February 12, Collins and his partner, Detective Jeremiah MacKay, volunteered to search for a murderous man who was on the loose. While they diligently followed leads, they themselves became victims of the nightmare. The suspect hid from sight and opened fire on a group of deputies. Both Collins and MacKay were shot several times. Collins survived. MacKay gave the ultimate sacrifice. Join the Joshua Springs Calvary Church as we hear Alex Collins account of what happened and how he and his partner gave their lives to protect our local communities. The event is held at the Joshua Springs Calvary Church gym at 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. on November 22. Tables are $100 for 8 people and $15 per person. A limited number of tables are available and selling quickly so sign up now. For more information or to sign up, call 760-365-1988.

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