Sussex County Prayer Breakfast June 14

GEORGETOWN – The annual Sussex County Prayer Breakfast will be held June 14 at Crossroad Community Church in Georgetown.

The breakfast will begin at 6:45 a.m. The ministry and music portion of the program will begin promptly at 7:30 a.m.

This year the Sussex County Prayer Breakfast welcomes Bill Alexson, son of former Brooklyn Dodger baseball player Andrew “Doc” Alexson.

Bill Alexson played professional basketball in Greece for two years. He is the founder of the NBA’s Player’s Chapel program, and was chaplain to the Boston Celtics for 20 years. He is the founder and president of SportsPower International Inc. and has authored five pro athlete testimonial books.

Bill Alexson presently travels the world with former and current NBA players to encourage youth to make right choices in life through games, clinics, camps, school assemblies, and urban outreaches.

He lives in Baltimore with his wife Valerie and his son Brandon. For more information visit www.SportsPower.org .

The Sussex County Prayer Breakfast is held each year to bring citizens and community leaders together to pray for the county and be inspired with a morning of music, ministry and personal reflection.

Ticket sales and community sponsorships from individuals, organizations, and businesses support this annual event.

Former Sussex County Councilman Dale Dukes is again volunteering to coordinate the event.

Tickets are available at www.SussexPrayerBreakfast.com for $20 each or $150 for a table of 8.

For more information, contact Kolby Dukes at 875-7551.

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