Mini-poster-1upMonday, June 20 is the last day to get your ISAAC Banquet Tickets for $40 each, or $35 each at a table of 8. And it’s the last day to order your tickets online!

After June 20, tickets cost $50 each, or $45 each at a table of 8, and you need to call the ISAAC office to get tickets, 269-341-4213.

Your tickets to the banquet will make more successes like these possible: “WE did this together in 2015!” See what community leaders say about ISAAC.

We’re very excited that Dr. J. Louis Felton, former Pastor of Galilee Baptist Church and a dynamic speaker, is coming back to town to be keynote speaker for our 15th Anniversary Banquet! He was one of the founders of ISAAC in 2001, as well as being a founder of ERACCE (Eliminating Racism And Creating/Celebrating Equity) when he was President of the Northside Ministerial Alliance.

Click on the poster for all the details about “Let Justice Roll Like A River”, with keynote speaker Dr. J. Louis Felton and performers Yolonda Lavender and DC from Truth Tone Records. It’s Thursday evening, June 30 at WMU Bernhard Center Ballrooms, with seating starting at 5:30 and the program at 6:00. Dinner is an Italian Buffet so you will be able to choose from a variety of meat and meatless sauces. There’s no need to designate your meal choice on your ticket order.
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ISAAC Awards this year are going to ERACCE (Ally of the Year), the Vote YES for Kids Steering Committee (Public Ally of the Year), First Congregational Church of Kalamazoo (ISAAC Member of the Year), and Wendy Flora (ISAAC Leader of the Year.)

We need the name and contact info for every person coming to the Banquet. If you don’t know yet who your guest(s) will be when you order your tickets, please email us your guest(s) names and contact info when you do know: isaac@isaackalamzoo.org

In the “Notes about your Order” box, please add your Congregation, Organization or other Affiliation, plus any other message.

THANK YOU for being part of our work to build a more just community!

For Tickets, call ISAAC, 269-341-4213. They’re going fast!

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