Mrs. Harriet Bond To Be Honored At SCWN Praise Breakfast

Thursday, June 12, 2014

Scenic City Women’s Network proudly announces that Mrs. Harriet Bond, teacher and community leader, will be honored with the Lydia Award for her extraordinary service to the community at its 2014 Praise Breakfast. In its tenth year, the Praise Breakfast "brings women and men together to celebrate the great works of Christ carried out through women in the marketplace in the Chattanooga area," organizers stated.

The event is slated for Thursday, June 26, from 7 – 9 a.m., at the Chattanooga Convention Center downtown and is open to the public. Individual tickets and corporate tables are available online.

"Well-known for her compassion and service, Mrs. Bond has impacted multi-generations as a close friend to many and mentor to both young and old," officials said.

  Community leader, Ralph Mohney, will introduce Mrs. Harriet Bond and share some remarks.

Mrs. Bond served the community for over 25 years teaching Bible in public schools and later served as guidance counselor at City High School.  She is a member at First Presbyterian Church in Chattanooga.  She continues to serve in as a Sunday school leader and teacher in her community.

For more information please contact 423-698-6262.




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