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11th Annual “Servants of the Poor Banquet”

11th Annual Servants of the Poor Banquet.

ServPoorInvitationSVDP2013St. Vincent de Paul-Fond du Lac cordially invites you to attend the 11th annual “Servants of the Poor Banquet” on September 24th at the Knights of Columbus Hall. At the annual event the “Pat O’Hearn Service Award” is presented to an individual or organization that has gone above and beyond serving those in need in our shared community. This year, the recipient of the award is REACH Waupun, a community-based nonprofit that is working to remove obstacles that exist for area youth in need. This organization is well deserving of this award and we look forward to seeing you at the banquet!

Please contact Bob Ramstack to RSVP what is sure to be an outstanding event!

11th Annual “Servants of the Poor Banquet” Details

The St. Vincent de Paul Society invites you to join us for our eleventh Annual Servants of the Poor Banquet to celebrate 84 years of service to the needy in Fond du Lac County and your part in that history.

Date:

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Location:

Knights of Columbus Hall
795 Fond du Lac Avenue
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin

Time:

5:30 pm Cash Bar
6:30 pm Banquet Meal
7:30 pm Keynote Speakers:

  • Bishop James Schuerman
  • Presentation of Patricia “Pat” O’Hearn Service Award
    • 2019 Recipients: REACH in Waupun

Cost:

$20.00 per person $160.00 for reserved table of eight
Financial assistance available; no one will be turned away, yet an RSVP is necessary.

Make checks payable to St. Vincent de Paul Society
Give or mail to: Bob Ramstack N8592 Linden Beach Rd., FDL 54937; 920-923-1052

RSVP by September 15

Be sure to let Bob know the name(s) of guests: (needed for name tags; no tickets)

More About REACH Waupun

REACH Waupun is a community-based nonprofit that is working to remove obstacles that exist for area youth in need. The goal of REACH is to unite the Waupun community to create positive, lasting change through building relationships, providing opportunities, and connecting resources to help our youth REACH their highest potential.

REACH commits to improving the physical, social, emotional, and economic health and well-being of Waupun area youth through building relationships and providing opportunities.
REACH strives to bring about positive, lasting change in the lives of Waupun area youth through our three key programs:

  • Our REACH One Mentoring Program pairs students with
    mentors who focus on building relationships that meaningfully
    embed opportunities and experiences to help prepare our
    youth for continuing education, workforce and/or community
    readiness.
  • Our Mission Backpack Program provides youth who
    experience food insecurity with access to nutritious food
    choices in order to improve their nutrition and food
    consumption.
  • Our REACH Relief Program helps reduce obstacles and
    barriers for students in order to improve their access to
    community resources and connection to community.

REACH works to provide awareness of the needs in our community and promote collaboration and partnership among resources, organizations, businesses, churches, and government to help Waupun create a prosperous and sustainable community.

For more information on REACH Waupun, please see their website here: reachwaupun.org

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