The January C5Alive POWER Luncheon will be held January 13, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at The Peak, 1912 SW Gage Blvd.
The featured speaker will be Doyle Pryor, pastor of First Southern Baptist Church. Pryor will speak on “Living a Balance Life.”
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 repeat 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.
C5Alive “POWER” luncheons are held on the second Thursday of each month. The next monthly C5Alive “POWER Luncheon” will be held February 10 at Fairlawn Plaza Mall.
For more details on these and other events, stay tuned to the C5Alive facebook page and website: www.C5Alive.org.
C5Alive is part of the Capital City Christian Chamber of Commerce (C5), 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.
The group also hosted a Fall Fest this year on October 9 at The Vinewood venue.
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.
–Lee Hartman | Metro Voice
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