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One Nation Under God Prayer Breakfast



Story and photography by Joyce Taylor

Exchange Club members and friends gathered at the Embassy Suites for a buffet breakfast and to celebrate the 45th Annual Community Wide “One Nation Under God.” Exchange Club of Murfreesboro President Ronnie Gandy welcomed 320 guests; there were prayers, Posting of the Colors, Pledge of Allegiance and National Anthem. Chip Dodd was the keynote speaker. John Conlee, a member of the Grand Ole Opry, entertained the crowd with patriotic songs and led the group in “God Bless America.”

The “One Nation Under God” project was adopted to heighten awareness of our rich religious heritage. Every November Exchangites join together to increase public appreciation of the important roles religious faith and freedom have played in our nation’s history.

Both Exchange Clubs in Murfeesboro welcome new members. Visit Facebook to find the Exchange Club of Murfreesboro and visit www.noonexchange.org to find Murfreesboro Noon Exchange Club.

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