FBI Citizens Advisory Committee to honor Community Heroes

FBI Citizens Advisory Committee to honor Community Heroes
When:
July 19, 2018 @ 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm
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2018-07-19T19:30:00-05:00
Where:
Union League Club
65 Jackson Blvd
Chicago
IL 60604
Cost:
$50
Contact:
FBI Citizens Academy

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FBI Citizens Advisory Committee to honor Community Heroes July 19

Join the FBI Citizens Academy in celebrating the “Community Heroes among us!” Program. The FBICCAAA is honoring five (5) individuals, teams or organizations and one (1) canine as “Community Heroes” for their efforts to combat crime, terrorism, drugs and violence to make our communities stronger, safer and more cohesive and to make a difference and improve the lives of those within our communities.

Cocktail Reception & Fundraiser (Cash Bar & Passed Hors d’oeuvres) Silent Auction and Raffle

Union League Club, Thursday, July 19, 2018 – 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

SRA Dave Orth (L) and SRA Clarence Tolliver (R), members of the 60th Security Police Squadron's Base Swat Team, Travis Air Force Base wearing black uniforms stand with M-9 pistols ready behind covering foliage. They are participating in a simulated hostage (Released to Public) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

(Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Tickets now available via Eventbrite*
www.CommunityHeroes2018.eventbrite.com

$50 for General Admission
$100 for Generous Admission ($50 donation added)

Special Music Presentations:
Crushers Club – Voice of Englewood
Bagpiper James Brian

Join us in celebrating the Community Heroes among us! The FBICCAAA is honoring five (5) individuals, teams or organizations and one (1) canine as “Community Heroes” for their efforts to combat crime, terrorism, drugs and violence to make our communities stronger, safer and more cohesive and to make a difference and improve the lives of those within our communities.

Chicago FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award Recipients invited to join:

2017 Sally B. Hazelgrove (Founder and President, Crushers Club)
2016 Andrew Holmes (Community Activist)
2015 Hector M. Perez (Senior Director, Union League Boys & Girls Club)
2014 100 Club of Chicago (Joseph J. Ahern, CEO, 100 Club of Chicago)
2013 Christopher W. Helt (The Helt Law Group, LLC)
2012 Steve J. Bernas (CEO & President, Better Business Bureau)
2011 Brent A. King (Co-Founder, Chelsea’s Light Foundation)
2010 Roe B. Conn (The Roe Conn Show)
2009 Bill Kurtis (Anchorman, Kurtis Productions)
2008 Lawrence J. Wert (President, Tribune Broadcast Media)

The FBICCAAA is a nonprofit organization separate and apart from the FBI that is designed to promote a safer community through community service projects and a process of educating the Chicago Community about law enforcement, with particular emphasis on the mission, resources and priorities of the FBI.

*All tickets are nonrefundable donations. For more information, or to be an Event Sponsor,
Contact Jennifer Stegmaier, FBICCAAA President, at CommunityHeroes2018@yahoo.com

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