Special Thank You to Our Madera Prayer Breakfast and Senior Celebration Sponsors

The Madera Chamber of Commerce and the Madera Ministerial Association are pleased to host the 2024 Madera Prayer Breakfast on May 2 in observance of the National Day of Prayer. The Madera Prayer Breakfast will be held on May 2, 2023, from 6:50 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. at Hatfield Hall, Madera Fairgrounds. 

The Prayer Breakfast Committee will also host the Senior Celebration Luncheon on May 2 beginning at 12 noon at Hatfield Hall, Madera Fairgrounds. Guests 55 or over are free courtesy of our sponsors.

The Senior Celebration is organized to pay tribute to our senior community and serve as a time for them to pray in unity for our nation. The luncheon speaker will be Pastor Charles Fryer.

Call the Madera Chamber of Commerce for more information at (559) 673-3563 for both events.

2024 Madera Prayer Breakfast Sponsors

Camarena Health, Fourth Street Church of God, Jay Chapel, Madera County Food Bank, North Fork Rancheria, Pistoresi Ambulance, Robert and Carol Poythress, Seann Garcia – Elite Home & Auto Insurance, Valley West Christian Center

Giersch & Associates, Madera District Fair, Madera Tribune, Noble Credit Union, Sugar Pine Smokehouse

Dr. Cecilia Massetti, HUB International, Madera Farm Bureau, Republican Party of Madera County

2024 Travel to Normandy, Paris & the Seine River

2024 will mark the 80th Anniversary of D-Day. D-Day was the name given to the June 6, 1944, invasion of the beaches at Normandy in northern France by troops from the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and other countries during World War II. France at the time was occupied by the armies of Nazi Germany, and the amphibious assault—codenamed Operation Overlord—landed some 156,000 Allied soldiers on the beaches of Normandy by the end of the day.

Despite their success, some 4,000 Allied troops were killed by German soldiers defending the beaches. At the time, the D-Day invasion was the largest naval, air and land operation in history, and within a few days about 326,000 troops, more than 50,000 vehicles and some 100,000 tons of equipment had landed. By August 1944, all of northern France had been liberated, and in spring of 1945 the Allies had defeated the Germans. Historians often refer to D-Day as the beginning of the end of World War II.

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