Easton’s Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast Celebrates 30th Year

The 30th Annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast featured speaker J. Douglas Holladay, co-founder of Park Avenue Equity Partners and music by Dawn Steward and students of Chesapeake Christian School. Service has characterized Holladay’s career path causing him to promote change and understanding in settings as diverse as East and South Africa, the White House, and on Wall Street. After working under White House Chief of Staff, James A. Baker III, Mr. Holladay was appointed by the President to the rank of Special Ambassador, charged to coordinate major aspects of the U.S. public response to the challenges posed by South Africa prior to the dramatic release of Nelson Mandela.

In photo: Pictured left to right are Mayor Robert C. Willey, Speaker J. Douglas Holladay, and master of ceremonies Terry Harwood, Mentor, At-Risk Youth at the 30th Annual Easton Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast. Service characterized Hollyday’s career path causing him to promote change and understanding in settings as diverse as East and South Africa, the White House and on Wall Street.

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