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Event will feature limited tickets, mask requirements, virtual alternative and prayer for city, state and others

This year's Canby Mayor's Prayer Breakfast, in conjunction with the National Day of Prayer, will be held Thursday, May 6, at Cutsforth's Townhall. The event will run from 7 to 8:15 a.m.

FILE PHOTO: DEBORAH GUINTHER - The annual Mayor's Prayer Breakfast in Canby is slated to return May 6 at Cutsforth's Townhall.

Canby Mayor Brian Hodson and City Administrator Scott Archer will share briefly with those gathered. As always, time will be taken to pray for Canby's leaders, including police, fire and healthcare professionals. There will also be prayer for the state, nation and world.

"At a time when our community and nation face extensive challenges, it is essential we express our need for wisdom and guidance to God," said organizer Ray Keen, executive director of The Canby Center.

Breakfast will include an egg casserole, mixed fruit, sweet roll, and coffee.

FILE PHOTO: DEBORAH GUINTHER - Prayer for city staff, police, fire and healthcare professionals, as well as for county, state, nation and the world will be a big part of this year's Mayor's Prayer Breakfast.

Guests will be asked to wear a mask when not eating or drinking during the event.

A limited number of tickets are available at $12 each and can be found at The opportunity to watch virtually is available at

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