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2011 Father Howard Nash Leadership Breakfast

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2011 Father Howard Nash Leadership Breakfast

Time: May 5, 2011 from 8am to 9:30am
Location: New Haven Lawn Club
Website or Map: http://cmi.community-mediatio…
Event Type: award, breakfast
Organized By: Community Mediation, Inc.
Latest Activity: May 3, 2011

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The 2011 Reverend Howard Nash Community Leadership Award Breakfast which will be held on Thursday, May 5th, from 8:00 to 9:30 AM at the New Haven Lawn Club. This annual breakfast gives recognition to an individual whose efforts promote social justice in greater New Haven.

This year’s Community Leadership Award recipient is Bishop Peter Rosazza D.D.  Bishop Rosazza is being recognized for his ongoing work to facilitate communication amongst various groups and organizations in New Haven and surrounding communities to foster social justice and to bring greater understanding and respect of each other’s beliefs, challenges and concerns.  Bishop Rosazza was the best friend of Father Howard Nash and joined him, as well as other community leaders such as Rabbi Brockman and Reverend Grubbs, in several neighborhood initiatives such as boycotting K-Mart for selling guns and organizing neighborhood greeting committees for new scatter-site housing residents in Morris Cove.  He has also been a tireless advocate for the Spanish-speaking immigrant community. This is the New Haven community’s opportunity to honor the work of Bishop Rosazza prior to his relocation to Bloomfield.

Tickets for this event are $50.00, registration below.

To become an event sponsor : you may use registration form below and change amount to the desired sponsorship level or to pay by check please call (203) 782-3500 or mail a check to Community Mediation, Inc., 32 Elm Street, New Haven, CT 06510.

$5,000 Platinum Sponsorship includes two tables of 8, gift certificates to attend two free trainings (value up to $2,000), signage at the event, recognition in the program and all publicity related to the event, including our annual report and website.

$2,500 Gold Sponsorship includes one table of 8, gift certificate to attend one free training (value up to $1,000), signage at the event, recognition in the program and all publicity related to the event, including our annual report and website.

$1,500 Silver Sponsorship includes 4 admissions, signage at the event, recognition in the program and all publicity related to the event, including our annual report and website.

$500 Bronze Sponsorship includes 2 admissions, signage at the event, recognition in the program and all publicity related to the event, including our annual report.

 

Tickets available at Community Mediation, Inc.

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