Claflin University will host its 16th annual United Negro College Fund Community Prayer Breakfast on Saturday, October 7, at 9 a.m. in the Jonas T. Kennedy Health and Physical Education Center. The prayer breakfast is a fundraiser to support scholarships for students at Claflin University.
The Rev. Stanley Rivers, pastor of Williams Chapel AME Church in Orangeburg, will be the keynote speaker. The program also includes performances by the Claflin University Gospel Choir D.R.E.A.M. and The Community Prayer Breakfast Ministers' Choir.
Admission is $250 per table (10 seats) and $15 for individual tickets. The deadline to purchase tickets is Wednesday, October 4.
For more information and to purchase tickets call (803) 535-5722.