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GALLERY

The Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee
cordially invites you to

a remarkable evening of anecdotes, inspiration and celebration

Thursday, October 27, 2016
Johnson Controls Stadium Club – Miller Park
6 p.m. – Dessert Reception
7 p.m. – Program
8 p.m. – Casual Conversation, More Desserts

Two community leaders and one organization with strong ties to professional baseball will be honored with Values in Action Awards for their contributions to society. A faith leader who gets the most online “votes” will go down Bernie Brewer’s slide. Raffle prizes will include bats autographed by speakers and use of Bud Selig’s suite for a game in 2017.

This soiree is a benefit supporting the critical work of the Interfaith Conference to foster understanding, counter hate, address social issues and create a better community for everyone.

Interfaith Conference
Values in Action Award Recipients

Bud Selig, Commissioner Emeritus of Major League Baseball, a former owner/president of the Milwaukee Brewers. Born in Milwaukee, he is the son of Romanian and Ukrainian immigrants and a member of Congregation Emanu-El B’ne Jeshurun in River Hills.

Sister Toni Ann Palermo, a School Sister of St. Francis who played in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, on which the movie A League of Their Own was based. After a career in higher education, she works locally as a psychotherapist and assists people in need of food, shelter, clothing and jobs.

Brewers Community Foundation, supported by Brewers fans, players and others. It gives grants to nonprofits providing quality programming in health, education, recreation and basic needs, with a focus on low-income and disadvantaged youth and their families. Accepting will be Cecilia Gore, Executive Director.

Purchase Tickets Online (Closed)

$60 (regular per ticket cost) + $2.00 service fee

Other Donor/Sponsor Levels
$160 Bridge Builder (two tickets)
$360 Change Maker (four tickets)
$1,000 Peace Maker (six tickets)

Registiration is closed


I cannot attend but would like to donate

Payments will be acknowledged via email & tickets distributed at the door
Raffle tickets for prizes that include use of Bud Selig’s suite for a 2017 Brewers game will be available at the event and select locations. Call (414) 276-9050

Which faith leader will slide down Bernie's Slide at Miller Park?

Click Here to View Results

This is a fundraising event for the Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee, a 46-year-old non-profit organization through which the regional leaders and members of many denominations and faiths join hands to foster interfaith understanding and friendship, and to support social justice in Southeastern Wisconsin.

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