The City of Knox has announced a number of measures to try to slow the spread of coronavirus. City Court hearings have been canceled until further notice, and the Nancy J. Dembowski Community Center will be closed at least through the end of April.Continue reading
Knox officials are expecting a big turn out for the annual Prayer Breakfast next month.
Mayor Dennis Estok let city council members know what’s happening with the event when they met Tuesday night.
He explained, “The Prayer Breakfast on May the 2nd is sold out, we have no more seats available. This will probably be the largest we’ve ever had with 38 tables and 8 at each table.”Continue reading
While the National Day of Prayer won’t be until Thursday, May 2nd, community members only have a few more weeks to get tickets to the annual Prayer Breakfast hosted by the City of Knox.Continue reading
The deadline to purchase a ticket for this year’s Prayer Breakfast in Knox is coming up next month.
During his report at last Tuesday’s city council meeting, Mayor Dennis Estok told members and patrons that this year’s breakfast will be held on Thursday, May 2nd. Clerk-Treasurer Jeff Houston mentioned that Mark Bailey is scheduled to be the speaker for the event.Continue reading