Prayer breakfast is Oct. 3

Graham Kerr will speak at a prayer breakfast on Oct. 3.  - Contributed photo
Graham Kerr will speak at a prayer breakfast on Oct. 3.
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Graham Kerr, “The Galloping Gourmet”, will speak at the 28th Annual Kitsap Community Prayer Breakfast.The event will be at 6:30 a.m. Oct. 3 at the Kitsap Golf & Country Club, 3885 Golf Club Hill Rd., Bremerton.

The Breakfast is open to the public and cost is $20 per person, or a table of 8 for $150. No tickets will be sold at the door.

Kerr has been an established television personality since 1960. He has aired over 1,800 programs including broadcasts in the United States. He has established a partnership with the American Dietetic Association in order for the ADA to serve as nutrition advisor for his programs and book recipes.

From 1996 thru 2000, Graham was an Editor-at-Large for Cooking Light.

His life goal is “to help to convert habits that harm into resources that heal both for ourselves and others in need”.

Also participating in this year’s Prayer Breakfast will be Capt. Ted Schroeder, commanding officer, Trident Training Facility, Bangor; Linda Joyce, executive director, YWCA of Kitsap County; Greg Lynch, superintendent, Olympic ESD; Nick Sweeney, superintendent, Gateway Christian Schools; Hank Teran, Bainbridge Island Fire Chief; and Kelly Cooper, an RN at Harrison Medical Center, who will provide music.

The annual Kitsap Community Prayer Breakfast is patterned after the National Prayer Breakfast held annually in Washington, D.C., and is designed as a time of prayer for our community and its leaders.

Reservations can be made by going on-line to, or by calling John Taylor at 360-779-8510 by September 30.


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