Beloved Community Breakfast
Join us for our first annual Beloved Community Breakfast on Saturday, October 7, 2017 at 9 am at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church Guild Hall, 5900 7th Avenue, Kenosha. Dig in to a traditional Southern-style breakfast, prepared by the Ethnic Elders. Bid in a live auction which includes an Indian dinner, a wine tasting, a Turkish dinner, and a Superbowl party package. Rev. Tim Berlew, former pastor of First United Methodist Church, will be the keynote speaker.
CUSH holds its annual Celebration Banquet in May. The banquet is an opportunity for members of the faith community to gather to celebrate our accomplishments, recognize outstanding leaders, learn about issues, enjoy the company of those who share our commitment to justice, and raise money to support our work.
District Attorney Michael Graveley was the recipient of the 2017 CUSH Justice Advocate Award. This award is presented annually to honor an individual who exemplifies justice in action.
Denis and Kay Wikel were the recognized as two outstanding advocates for justice with the Faithful Advocate Award.
Many thanks to these exemplary leaders for their substantial contributions to shaping a world that reflects our shared values.
Tickets are available from CUSH board members, at DeBerge's Framing and Gallery (2008 63rd Street). Tickets are $40. We are also seeking a few angels to purchase additional tickets for those who could not otherwise afford to attend.
Each year, we ask our friends and the business community to place ads in the CUSH annual yearbook. Board members begin selling ads in January. We would love to include an ad for your family, business, congregation or organization. And if you can help us sell ads, please contact Barb DeBerge at firstname.lastname@example.org. Ad pricing:
$400 full page
$200 half page
$100 quarter page
$ 50 1/8 page (business card)
Inside cover and centerfold pricing are also available
Our silent auction is an exciting part of the banquet. We are seek donations throughout the year. If you have something you would like to donate, please contact Barb DeBerge at , and she will make arrangements for someone to pick it up. Your donation is tax deductible.
CUSH periodically invites the community to participate in a public meeting to examine issues facing our community and prioritize our work.