Friday, July 31, 2020

Last Year's

2019 was a Silver Lake Experience
The line has formed, as shown above,
for the hors d'oeuvres just prior to the dinner.

Rev. Dr. Doug Wilson prays God's Blessing
upon the food and fellowship of the evening.

..... Out going SLI President Bill Schaefer welcomes Kevin Colburn, newly elected SLI President to come forward and address the SLI dinner guests. Newly elected SLI President Kevin Colburn brings words of welcome and appreciation to the SLI dinner guests.

Rev. Charles Nunnenberg poses with his Silent Hero Award.

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 is seen above just prior to her receiving the Silent Hero Award for all her behind the scenes work on behalf of the Institute and its community. Lisa was nominated by Dick Lee and Mollie Anthony. Lisa also served as the nominator for Rev. Greg's award.

Greg Franklin, having received his Silent Hero Award moments earlier, is shown above celebrating with his table-mate, Charlie Nunnenberg, as they pose for this memorable picture of both.

Cindy and Dick Adams nominated Charlie Nunnenberg for the Silent Hero Award.
Loren Penman nominated Jill Knitter for the award.

Dick Lee and Mollie Anthony
nominated Lisa Schiske for Silent Hero.

Kathy and Bill Schaefer award Sue Russell, Director of Asbury Retreat Center, a new award
known as the Good Neighbor Award. A very valuable relationship has developed
between the Institute and the Retreat Center and it shows best in the Silver 
Lake Experience, a cooperative, biennial event.

After the dinner, some head down to the Dock to take in the sunset.

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