Mayor Tornek Headlines His First Major Public Event, Issues First Proclamation

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JAMES MACPHERSON

9:22 am | May 7, 2015


Pasadena Mayor Terry Tornek addressed his first major public audience at this morning’s 42nd Annual Pasadena Mayor’s Interfaith Prayer Breakfast before about 400 in the Pasadena Convention Center on Thursday morning.

The annual affair was hosted by local nonprofit Friends In Deed and gathered local faith and civic leaders.

The breakfast included prayers from various religions and a keynote speech “Uniting Pasadena” by Rev. Jerry Campbell, former president of Claremont Lincoln University.

Cantor Ruth Berman Harris of the Pasadena Jewish Temple, where the Mayor and his family worship, offered a prayer and a song at the conclusion of the event.