His Excellency
The Most Reverend James Alan Wilkowski
Evangelical Catholic Bishop for the Diocese of the Northwest
respectfully requests the honor of your presences
to celebrate
The 2017 Bishop's Dinner and Awards Ceremony

marking the 20th Anniversary of the consecration of the Church
and
the 20th Anniversary of the Episcopal Consecration of Bishop Wilkowski

honoring

 

The Coca-Cola Bottling Company

Joseph N. Di Natale, JD

The EMS Roaddocs

The Fire Department of Hammond Indiana

Darlene Kelly, CTRS
Director
Recreation Therapy/Child Life Department
Shriners Hospitals for Children

William R. Morton
President
Rogers Park Chamber of Commerce

Holly Wright, LSW
Fisher House Manager
Hines VA Hospital

with

The Saint Joseph the Worker Award

Saturday, November 4th, 2017

 

Diplomat West Banquets
681 West North Avenue
Elmhurst Illinois 60626

Cocktail 6:00 PM

Dinner at 7:00 PM

 

Guest Speaker

The Honorable John Fritchey
Cook County Board of Commissioners

Master of Ceremonies

Rick Garcia

 

Dinner Tickets $50.00 Per Person

Tables of Ten for $500.00

Reservations may be secured with your tax deductible check may payable to the

Diocese of the Northwest
Post Office Box 170336
Chicago Illinois 60617

no later than
October  30th, 2017

 

 

The Saint Joseph the Worker Award

 

 

It is the intention of the Bishop’s Dinner and Awards Ceremony is to recognize and honor the work of individuals and organizations which, we believe, enhances the quality of life for our community and builds up the Kingdom of God on Earth. 

The majority of those whom Bishop Wilkowski has honored have not always been “house-hold” names – but it has been the scope of their work and service which our community-at-large is more often familiar with. 

Our annual celebration provides the Bishop and the Evangelical Catholic Diocese of the Northwest to simply say “thank you” to our honorees. 

In expressing our gratitude to our honorees, Bishop Wilkowski bestows the Saint Joseph the Worker Award to each individual and organization being recognized. 

The Bishop selected the Saint Joseph the Worker Award because those chosen to be honored have witnessed the example of Joseph – working for the greater good and doing so with love and humility.