Farm-City Prayer Breakfast will be served Thursday

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The Farm-City Prayer Breakfast is set to crack eggs Thursday morning at the Minden Civic Center.

Heflin native Dr. David Thompson will be the guest speaker for the annual breakfast, which recognizes agriculture and shows appreciation to the local farm community.

Thompson currently lives in Brandon, Mississippi and is deputy district manager in the Jackson district of the United States Department of Agriculture.

Stephanie Barnette, Minden South-Webster Chamber of Commerce President, said coffee and juice will be served at 6 a.m.; breakfast at 6:30 and the program will begin at 7. The cost is $3 per person.

Door prizes will be given to guests.

The breakfast served in partnership with the City of Minden and Dorcheat Soil and Water Conservation District.

Sponsors for the breakfast include MBL Bank, Minden Medical Center, Savannah Court of Minden and Brookshire’s.

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