BUENA PARK MAYOR'S PRAYER BREAKFAST

Buena Park Mayor's Prayer Breakfast

Presents

Daniel Rodriguez

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November 18, 2021
7:00 AM (PST)

Founders' Ballroom
Knott's Berry Farm Hotel
7675 Crescent Ave, Buena Park, CA 90620

November 18, 2021
7:00 AM (PST)

Founders' Ballroom
Knott's Berry Farm Hotel
7675 Crescent Ave, Buena Park, CA 90620

Mayor Connor Traut

Connor J. Traut, Esq., was first elected to city council in 2018, by the largest margin of victory in the city’s history. In 2020, he became Mayor of Buena Park, youngest in the city’s history.

Mayor Traut, born in 1994, comes from a family with deep roots in Buena Park, dating back four generations. He began in local public service as an Eagle Scout having founded a youth civic advisory council. While completing his B.A. in Economics and Political Science at Chapman University, Mayor Traut served as a judge-appointed Orange County Juvenile Justice Commissioner. He then served a four-year term as an elected Trustee for the Centralia School District, including multiple years as school board President and Vice President, while earning his J.D. from Chapman Law School.

Daniel Rodriguez

Daniel Rodriguez, the Brooklyn born, now-retired police officer, helped bring the country an uplifting spirit of promise and hope with his stirring rendition of “God Bless America” after the 2001 World Trade Center terrorist attack.

Formal voice training began early, with Daniel’s first recital in Carnegie Hall at age 16. Singing has been his lifelong passion, however it didn’t always pay the bills. He worked at a series of jobs until joining the NYPD at age 30, where he became known as “The Singing Policeman”.

September 11, 2001, Officer Rodriguez was driving to work when the first plane hit the World Trade Center. Arriving at the site as a first-responder, he witnessed the destruction of both towers, nearly losing his own life. At “Prayer for America” in Yankee Stadium his inspirational voice gave hope and strength to a grieving nation. His music career had turned into a calling.

Daniel’s philanthropic and patriotic efforts have been recognized with numerous honors, such as the USO Lifetime Achievement Award, the DAR Medal of Patriotism and others. Now known as “America’s Beloved Tenor”, he continues to uplift and inspire in performances for his chosen charities, at high profile events, and concert halls around the world.

Amy Shreve: Performance

Amy a, singer, songwriter, and harpist will be joined by her husband/producer, Gary Wixtrom, backing her with guitars and mandolin.

Amy has performed with the guitar and piano on stage as early as five years old. At eleven she began mastering the harp. Graduating with a music degree from Wheaton College, Illinois, Amy landed in Nashville to pursue a music career. After signing her first record contract with Sparrow she was immediately signed as a staff writer at Birdwing music where she honed her skill as a writer. She has opened for Larry Carlton and Michael McDonald, performed at the NRB and Praise Gathering, and has worked with Tommy Sims (Bruce Springsteen), Norbert Putnam (Dan Fogelberg), Brian Hardin (Motown), and Peter York (EMI). Amy has recorded sixteen records for six companies and has been nominated for a Dove Award.

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Mailing Address:
PO Box 5609, Buena Park, CA 90622