2019 Mayors' Community Breakfast Set for November 21

The 2019 Mayors’ Community Breakfast, a community-building event that encourages unity, diversity and the development of leadership skills for Las Vegas youth, will take place at 7:30 a.m. on Thursday, November 21, 2019 at Texas Station Gambling Hall & Hotel. The event includes mayoral readings, a candle lighting ceremony, and a keynote speech by Rushia Brown, Player Programs & Franchise Development Manager for the Las Vegas Aces. Following the breakfast, students and representatives from high schools across the valley will have the opportunity to ask questions of local mayors and invited guests in a town hall meeting format.

WHEN: Thursday, November 21, 2019

  • Registration Begins: 7:00 a.m.

  • Breakfast: 7:30 – 9 a.m.

  • Town Hall: 9 – 10:30 a.m.

WHERE: Texas Station Gambling Hall & Hotel - Dallas Ballroom  2101 Texas Star Lane, Las Vegas, NV 89032

WHY: Proceeds benefit Southern Nevada’s Camp Anytown, a program of Interfaith Council of Southern Nevada, that empowers youth in leadership skills, human relations and diversity. The "Breakfast" continues the tradition started over 60 years ago by Mayor of Las Vegas, Oran Gragson. The event will focus on encouraging our community to use their diversity to find creative solutions to the various challenges facing Southern Nevada. This year the emphasis will be on compassion.

REGISTER: Sign up to attend at www.uwsn.org/MCB

About United Way of Southern Nevada: UWSN unites our community to improve people’s lives. We bring donors, volunteers, nonprofits, and businesses together to help children enter school ready to learn, help high school students reach graduation day, and support individuals working to earn a degree or certification, all while creating stability for their families. Together, we step into the ring and invite others to stand with us as a united front against social injustices and forces keeping our community's most vulnerable residents from a good life. We are bold and innovative to solve our toughest problems. Together, we fight for the future of our community – and we will win. Join us at uwsn.org.