|The line has formed, as shown above, for the hors d'oeuvres just prior to the dinner.|
|Charlie Nunnenberg is pictured above with his Silent Hero award.|
|M.C. and Outgoing SLI President Bill Schaefer (on the right) invites new SLI President Kevin Colburn (on the left) to come forward and make remarks to the SLI dinner guests.|
|Jill Knitter receiving|
her Silent Hero Award.
Suzanne Trich Bristow's Silent Hero Award is accepted by the one who nominated her for the award, Nancy Culley Sellar.
Lisa Schiske just prior to her receiving the Silent Hero Award for all her behind the scenes work on behalf of the Institute and its community.
The following are those who nominated persons for the award:
Nancy Culley Sellar nominated Suzanne Trich Bristow.
Cindy and Tom Adams nominated Charlie Nunnenberg.
Loren Penman nominated Jill Knitter for the award.
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Receiving Silent Hero framed Award Certificates were: Charlie Nunnenberg, Suzanne Trich Bristow, Jill Knitter, Lisa Schiske, and Greg Franklin.
A New Award, the Good Neighbor Award, was awarded to Sue Russell, the Director of the Asbury Retreat Center.
Charlie was nominated and introduced by Cindy and Tom Adams. Suzanne Trich Bristow was nominated by Nancy Culley Sellar. Jill Knitter was nominated and introduced by Loren Penman. Lisa Schiske was nominated and introduced by Dick Lee and Mollie Anthony. Greg Franklin was nominated and introduced by Lisa Schiske. Sue Russell was nominated and introduced by Kathy and Bill Schaefer.
Sharon Pratt, chair of the Epworth Hall Committee, stood right before closing, and announced that special thanks needs to be offered to Bill Schaefer for all he has done and all the time committed for the Silver Lake Institute. She was very warmly applauded.
Loren Penman stood immediately following closing and reminded us that the Season had not yet ended and we should remember the Don Thomas Concert tonight (Friday) at 7:30 pm at Epworth Hall.