As the Vice President of Education for The Arizona Interfaith Movement, Rev. Rock Fremont would like to invite you to join him at the Shepherd of the Hills Table at the 14th Annual Golden Rule Awards Banquet! Read on to learn about this year's honorees, truly those who are "living out" the Golden Rule.
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Location: Mesa Convention Center, Centennial Hall, Building C, 201 North Center St., Mesa, AZ
Date: Thursday, April 11, 2019
Time: 5:30 PM, Faith Fair Reception, Silent Auction, VIP Reception with Ticket / 6:30 to 8:45 PM, Dinner, Program
The 14th Annual Golden Rule Awards Banquet date is set and we hope you'll plan to attend.
We're so pleased to announce the 2019 Golden Rule Honorees and why they are receiving an award:
Nick Lowery, Darl Andersen Honoree - a seven-time All-Pro kicker for the New England Patriots, Kansas City Chiefs and New York Jets, who has kicked more field goals than anyone in NFL history, now empacts America’s youth with Golden Rule devotion through the Nick Lowery Youth Foundation.
AZ TV7 and Lynn Londen, Media Honoree - being called the best local TV station in Phoenix for broadcasting fresh, local shows; shining a positive light on its stories; engaging personalities including amazing Golden Rule Students each month; and exemplifying a Golden Rule heart in the many ways they give back to the community .
Sunshine Acres, Serving the Children Honoree - a miracle in the desert which provides a loving, wholesome, home for children who are separated from their parents, embodies the Golden Rule by helping them establish long-term relationships with stable parental figures, so they’re prepared for success in adult life.
Thomas T. Koseki, Humanitarian Honoree - overcoming the traumatic experience of being a victim of the Japanese Internment program, Thomas served in the US Navy for over 40 years and today inspires school children with Golden Rule examples that help overcome fear, bitterness and hatred.
East Valley Community Builders, Rev. Ozetta Kirby receiving, Community Building Honoree - a cooperative effort, between East Valley police departments and the East Valley NAACP, has been bridging interracial tensions between the police and the minority community for the last five years with Golden Rule empathy, kindness and civility.
Hall of Fame broadcaster Pat McMahon will be the Master of Ceremonies
Tickets: $80/single. On March 16, prices go up to $90/single.