The Lake Court House Foundation will once again conclude Patriot Week 2015 with the second annual Patriot Brunch from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 13, in the Maki Ballroom at the historic Lake County Courthouse in downtown Crown Point.

The Patriot Brunch invites the community to come together to celebrate local heroes while remembering those who were lost in the service to our country. This year's brunch will honor Gary and Shar Miller, owners of Prompt Ambulance.

Prompt Ambulance is the largest ambulance service in Northwest Indiana, and employs 700 emergency medical technicians, paramedics, support staff and managers who work tirelessly to provide state-of-the-art patient care to those who are ill or injured. In addition to running the company, the Millers and their staff support nearly two dozen local charities.

The brunch will feature a prime rib carving station, customized omelet stations, savory chicken crepes, mini pastries, muffins and more. A Bloody Mary/Mimosa bar will round out the afternoon, as well as coffee, tea and juice.

Reservations for the event cost $100 per person and can be made by calling Marty Wheeler, president of the Lake Court House Foundation, at 219-663-0660. Proceeds raised from the Patriot Brunch will be used to maintain the historic Old Lake County Courthouse.