Thank you to all who supported the 2016 Mayor's Unity Breakfast. It was a huge success with a record high of about 300 guest attending. Special thanks to Tom Bell who was the keynote speaker, and for his awesome remarks, "BE A BLESSING TODAY BY PUTTING YOUR COMPASSION IN ACTION." Congratulations to Bonnie Lynch for receiving the Hal & Bettye Thurmond Award for her work in making a difference to improve the community through her dedication to human relations, and to the Indian Physicians Alliance for Community Service for receiving the Unity Award.
Our annual Mayor's Unity Breakfast for 2017 will be held on October 26, 2017, at the Christian County Senior Citizen Center located at 1402 W. 7th Street, Hopkinsvillle, Kentucky. The breakfast will begin at 7:30 a.m.
If you would like to support by purchasing a reserved table that will seat a total of eight (8) for $80.00, that would be great! You may also purchase an individual ticket for a cost of $10.00.
Should you need additional information or have questions, please contact our office via phone at (270) 887-4010 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hal & Bettye Thurmond Award
Each year a Hal & Bettye Thurmond and Unity Award are awarded to someone who’s making a difference to improve the community through his/her dedication to human relations, and community members who contribute to the spirit of unity. The awards are presented by the Hopkinsville Human Relations Commission and the City of Hopkinsville.
If you know someone in the Hopkinsville-Christian County area who’s making a difference to improve the community through his/her dedication to human relations, please nominate them for the Hal & Bettye Thurmond Award presented by the Hopkinsville Human Relations Commission. Please send nominations, along with a brief bio of explanation, by mail or email to email@example.com or 715 South Virginia St.
Hal & Bettye Thurmond Award Nomination Form