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Marco Island Prayer Breakfast, 2012

See smaller Guest Speaker Brig. Gen. Douglas E. Lee shares his beliefs on the military and religious tolerance at Tuesday's Community Prayer Breakfast. Cheryl Ferrara / Eagle Correspondent

Guest Speaker Brig. Gen. Douglas E. Lee shares his beliefs on the military and religious tolerance at Tuesday's Community Prayer Breakfast. Cheryl Ferrara / Eagle Correspondent

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  • Rod Whited stands and lays hands on Firefighter Munier Gattos, in blue, and Captain Dave Batiato during prayers for the health and safety of those in public service as part of Marco Island's Community Prayer Breakfast on Tuesday. Cheryl Ferrara / Eagle Correspondent
  • Lely High School's Jr. ROTC presents colors at the commencement of Tuesday's Community Prayer Breakfast at the Marco Marriott Resort & Spa. Cheryl Ferrara / Eagle Correspondent
  • Drummer Sean Stolliker and members of Lely High School's Drum Corps accompany the Mega Praise Team for the song "Praise You" during Marco Island's Community Prayer Breakfast on Tuesday. Cheryl Ferrara / Eagle Correspondent
  • Bill Philbin and Bette McGilvray join in the final hymn, "Let There Be Peace on Earth," Tuesday during Marco Island's Community Prayer Breakfast at the Marco Marriott Resort & Spa. Cheryl Ferrara / Eagle Correspondent
  • Guest Speaker Brig. Gen. Douglas E. Lee shares his beliefs on the military and religious tolerance at Tuesday's Community Prayer Breakfast. Cheryl Ferrara / Eagle Correspondent
  • Members of the musical group Mega Praise Team lift their voices in hymns and anthems for Tuesday's Community Prayer Breakfast at the Marco Marriott Resort & Spa. Cheryl Ferrara / Eagle Correspondent
  • Marco Island's Community Prayer Breakfast hosts its largest group of attendees Tuesday with 515 people joining the event at the Marco Marriott Resort & Spa. Cheryl Ferrara / Eagle Correspondent

Brig. Gen. Douglas E. Lee was the perfect guest speaker for Marco Island’s Community Prayer Breakfast. On Tuesday, he addressed the island’s largest interfaith event attended by 515 people at the Marco Marriott Resort & Spa.

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