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Thanks to All Who Made "Food For Thought III" a Huge Success


Food For Thought III, held August 8th at the Wisconsin Club was a huge success and we are grateful to all to helped make it so. 125 guests gathered to help us celebrate another year of feeding the poor in Milwaukee and to raise funds to help us in the coming year.

Freddy Bliffert and Friends were great as our muscial entertainment, providing us with background music during the Silent Auction and dance music after the event. We are extremely grateful to our event sponsors who helped make this a night to remember. Lamplight a WC Bradley Company, Centurion Mortgage, Roche Graphic Services, Foret LLC. and Mercury Promotions were all returning sponsors from past years. Fidelity National Title, Godfrey and Kahn Law Office, Associated Bank, Hupy and Abraham Law Office, Pam Haselow and Family, the Frazer Family and the Elizabeth and Harry Onufrock Family were new sponsors for this year.

Donors to our Silent Auction were Dave and Busters, Lamplight, Milwaukee Boat Line, Sybaris Pool Suites, Petrifying Springs and Brightendale Golf Courses, Paradise Golf and ecreation, Skylight Music Theatre, Raymond Heights Golf Center, Swingtime Golf, Betty Brinn Childrens Museum, Beans and Barley, Breadsmith, The Wisconsin Club, Roche Graphic Service, K R Schaetz Family, Potawatomi Bingo and Casino, Jerry & Lisa Roche, Robert Schaetz, Gift of Touch Therapeutic Massage, Will and Amanda Frazer-Collins, YMCA, Outpost Natural Foods, Harley Davidson Museum, James Ntz, Maxi's Southern Comfort and Blues Egg, Milaukee Bucks, Joe Timm and family, Bill Hersch and Tom Sonnenberg, Milwaukee Brewers, Symchych Family, London's Healthy Hair, and North Shore Bank. These great individuals and companies helped us raise the most we ever have from our Silent Auction and Raffle.

Preliminary results indicate that we raised over $14,000 from this team effort. Once again our thanks to all and we look forward to seeing you again next year at Food For Thought IV.