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All Topeka pastors invited to Appreciation Luncheon

The Annual C5 Pastors Appreciation Luncheon will be held October 10, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Great Overland Station. The event is open to the public, and local pastor Hal Smith will be the featured speaker. Members, guests and all attendees are invited to invite or bring their pastors. All Topeka area pastors are invited and welcome and will be prayed over, as well as treated to lunch and a gift bag of items donated by C5 members and friends.

Hal Smith

The cost to attend a C5 luncheon is $10 for C5Alive members and first-time guests who RSVP, and $12 at the door. Non-members and other guests pay $15. C5 luncheons are open to the public and everyone is welcome to attend, organizers said.  RSVPs and inquiries can be sent to info@C5Alive.org.

The next monthly C5Alive “POWER Luncheon” will be held November 14 and will be a celebration of Veterans Day. It will be held at the National Guard Museum at Forbes Field.

On December 12 the Christmas Luncheon will be held at Fairlawn Plaza Mall, featuring Christmas music and fun activities.

C5Alive “POWER” luncheons are held on the second Thursday of each month. For more details on these and other events, visit the C5Alive facebook page and website: www.C5Alive.org.

C5Alive is an organization founded in 2009, dedicated to developing and uniting Christian Leadership in the community, involving businesses, non-profits and churches.

In addition to monthly “POWER” luncheons held on the second Thursday of each month, C5 also hosts periodic business fairs and other events, including EASTERFEST, the annual Topeka Easter Parade and Family Fun Fest, held on N. Kansas Avenue and in Garfield Park on the day before Easter.

C5 members may also sponsor luncheons and other events as a way to promote their organizations.  For more information about C5, go to C5Alive.org, facebook.com/C5Alive, or call 785-640-6399.

–Metro Voice News


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