Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee
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46th Annual Luncheon

Dining and dialoguing at mixed-faith tables after a presentation by:

Jane Elder
"on the critical need for people of faith to know Wisconsin’s inspirational water heritage and to add their voices in safeguarding the waters we all depend upon"

Jane Elder is Executive Director of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, where she oversees its nonpartisan.
Waters of Wisconsin (WOW) initiative.

Plus a parting challenge from
Ralph Hollmon
retiring President/CEO of the Milwaukee Urban League,
regarding the city’s social issues


Frank Zeidler Award
Ralph Hollmon
For his leadership at the Milwaukee Urban League in helping thousands of young African Americans and others make strides towards economic self-sufficiency, fuller participation in society, and greater civil rights.

Rev. Herbert Huebschmann Urban Ministry Award
(Presented this year by the Rev. Huebschmann’s widow, Viv)
Friedens Community Ministries
For their work as a network of Milwaukee pantries providing food, building ladders of peace, and fostering hope and dignity. Begunn the 1970s at Friedens UCC, it is one of the urban ministries with roots in the former church, where the late Rev. Huebschmann served as pastor.

Mark Rohlfing Memorial Award
Ruth Silver
For helping people with dual-sensory loss lead independent, productive lives as founding director of Center for Deaf-Blind Persons, Inc. Silver is author of Invisible: My Journey Through Vision and Hearing Loss.

Youth/Young Adult Leadership Award
Zeynab Ali
For leadership with Serve2Unite, the Milwaukee Youth Council, and as founder/chair of Inspirational Impact, an anti-humantrafficking youth group. She is a Kenyan/ Somali refugee, a Rufus King High School student, author of a book on her life journey, and attends prayer services at the Islamic Society of Milwaukee’s main center.

Chardhi Kala 6K Run/Walk
For celebrating diversity, promoting unity and raising funds for area-wide scholarships. Organized by youth from Serve2Unite, this annual run/walk is in memory of six people who were slain by a white supremacist
at the Oak Creek Sikh Temple.

Online Registration Closed

Italian Community Center
631 E. Chicago St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202 - Map

Thursday, December 1, 2016
Registration: 11 a.m. to noon
Luncheon: Noon to 1:30 p.m.

For Questions: call (414) 276-9050 or email



Thursday, December 1, 2016

Italian Community Center
631 E. Chicago St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202 - Map

Registration: 11:00 a.m. Program/Lunch: Noon - 1:30 p.m. Starts promptly at Noon

$46.00 per seat (plus $2.00 online ordering fee)

$368.00 per table of 8 (plus $12.00 online ordering fee)

$500.00 per Benefactor table (no online ordering fee)

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