Velta J. Cross, president of the sponsoring organization, Civic Pride of Baker, extended greetings and delivered a meditation.
Billeann Riddle welcomed the guests and Patt Roberson recognized the sponsors, including the American Cancer Society, Baker Mayor Harold Rideau, Baker Printing, the Baker-Zachary Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.
Also the Council 4085 of the Knights of Columbus, Court St. Jude 1764 of the Catholic Daughters of The Americas, the Main Street Pilot Club and the Matador Club.
Piano music for the event was provided by Ben Herrington, who is also the pianist for the First United Methodist Church.
Doris Alexander of the Main Street Pilot Club awarded door prizes and Mary Earls acknowledged the guests.
Jim Cross conducted the blessing of the food which included spinach-cheese quiche, croissants, cucumber sandwiches, blueberry scones, bacon, a large fruit medley, orange juice and coffee.
Table centerpieces, under the direction of Billeann Riddle and Mary Earls, were made up of fall foliage and edible decorations including apples and oranges which guests were invited to take when they left.
The brunch, the second of its kind in Baker, was held this year in lieu of re-establishing a Relay for Life.
The American Cancer Society, Civic Pride of Baker, Delta Sigma Theta (Baker-Zachary Alumnae Chapter) and Main Street Pilot Club shared in the development of the celebration honoring the survivors.