John Aden Set To Be Speaker At Chattanooga Area Leadership Prayer Breakfast On May 2

Monday, April 10, 2017
John Aden
John Aden

The 39th annual Chattanooga Area Leadership Prayer Breakfast will be on Tuesday, May 2 at 7 a.m. Buffet doors open at 6:45 a.m. The program is from 7:20 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. The event will be at the Chattanooga Convention Center, Exhibit Hall A & B. John Aden, retired Walmart executive will be the speaker.

Cost is $20 per person; $160 per table of eight.

For information, call Carol at Wingfield Scale: 423-698-0100 or e-mail her at Mail checks to Prayer Breakfast, c/o Jackson Wingfield, 2205 Holtzclaw Ave., Chattanooga, TN  37404

The Chattanooga Prayer Breakfast website is 
You may also order tickets online and pay using Pay Pal.

Sponsorship is by A Citizen’s Committee, T. W. Francescon, Jr., Chairman.

The executive committee is:
V. Chairman (Special Guests) Judge Clarence Shattuck
V. Chairman (Ticket Sales) Jackson Wingfield
V. Chairman (Publicity) Tom Francescon
V. Chairman (Arrangements) Lee Atchley
Secretary – Leighton LeBoeuf
Treasurer – Jim Ruane

Past speakers include:
1978  --  Chuck Colson
1980  --  Senator William Armstrong
1988  --  Adolph Coors, IV
1995  --  Cal Thomas
2000  --  Bobby Richardson
2003  --  Maj. Gen. Robert L. Van Antwerp
2004  --  William L. Armstrong

2005  --  Ron Blue
2008  --  Russell O’Quinn
2010  --  David Barton
2011  --  Jeff Kemp
2013  --  Dr. Mark Whitacre
2015  --  Brig Sorber
2016  --  J. Frank Harrison, III

Free Parking at Finley Stadium lots, with free shuttle bus service from Finley to Chattanooga Convention Center every five minutes, beginning at 6:15 a.m.

The purpose of the Chattanooga Area Leadership Prayer Breakfast is to encourage morality and ethics in the lives of all people in positions of leadership in business, government, and in the professions.

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