Palm Bay Mayor To Address Religious Leaders In Annual Benefit

By  //  April 29, 2015

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Mayor William Capote will join Life Christian University Pastor Ken Delgado and special invited guests to address a group of faculty, students and alumni from the Palm Bay campus of Life Christian University at its sixth annual Benefit Banquet and Silent Auction on May 16. (Life Christian University image)

Mayor William Capote will join Life Christian University Pastor Ken Delgado and special invited guests to address a group of faculty, students and alumni from the Palm Bay campus of Life Christian University at its sixth annual Benefit Banquet and Silent Auction on May 16. (Life Christian University image)

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA — Mayor William Capote will join Life Christian University Pastor Ken Delgado and special invited guests to address a group of faculty, students and alumni from the Palm Bay campus of Life Christian University at its sixth annual Benefit Banquet and Silent Auction on May 16.

The event will be held at the Florida Institute of Technology Hartley Room beginning at 5:30 p.m.

Deputy Harry Santiago Jr. will also be attending the event which is designed to raise money to support scholarships and programs for the university.

Life Christian University is a nationally accredited university with its main office near Tampa.

William Capote

William Capote

“I’m humbled and honored to be able to speak to this group of future faith leaders,” Mayor Capote said.

“Pastors and ministers provide a strong foundation in our community for spiritual health, hope, love and inspiration. We are so blessed to have them in our city and it’s so important for us as a community to support their efforts.”

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The Palm Bay campus is located on Bottlebrush Drive.

The money raised from the Benefit Banquet and Silent Auction will support scholarships, programs and equipment for the university’s Palm Bay campus.

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