2016 Heritage Award



The ARIZONA JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Honors
Derrick Hall
President & CEO of the ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS
with the 2016 Heritage Award.

 The Heritage Award is given to individuals who have made an exceptional impact on our
c
ommunity through outstanding leadership, service and dedication.

 SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 12, 2016
 Food and Cocktail Reception begins at 6:00PM
Award Ceremony and Performance at 7:30PM

Featuring a live musical parody of "Damn Yankees" by members of Phoenix Theatre

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT MUSEUM
4725 E. Mayo Boulevard; Phoenix, AZ 85050

 TICKETS: $180 per person
Include heavy hors d'oeuvres and
cocktail reception, award program, and performance.

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS

 Call (602) 241- 7870 for more information.  People of all faiths welcome!

 Please join us in honoring Derrick Hall, President & CEO of the Arizona Diamondbacks. Considered by many to be among the leaders of the game of baseball, Derrick has turned the organization into a model franchise in the sports industry and throughout the business world.

 In the D-backs organization, Derrick has put on emphasis on volunteering. In its short history, the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation and organization have provided $40 million in charitable giving, including more than $19 million during Derrick’s ten years of leadership.

 On a personal level, Derrick is a force in his own right. He serves on 25 boards, including the Arizona Mexico Commission, Great Hearts Academies, Arizona Chamber of Commerce, Greater Phoenix Convention & Visitors Bureau, Muscular Dystrophy Association, National Advisory Council for Pancreatic Cancer,
Make-A-Wish America, Positive Coaching Alliance, and the Phoenix Thunderbirds.  He is a recipient of the Torch of Liberty Award from the Anti-Defamation League and is a member of Temple Solel.

 Proceeds from this gala event go towards the ongoing restoration of the Cutler-Plotkin Jewish Heritage Center. Originally built in 1921, this historical Phoenix landmark served as Phoenix, Arizona's first synagogue and later became a Chinese-speaking and then a Spanish-speaking Baptist Church. Purchased by the Arizona Jewish Historical Society in 2002, the center now serves as a museum and event venue open to people of all faiths. Exhibitions and programs educate the public about Jewish heritage as well as the diverse history of Arizona. The center is a Phoenix Point of Pride and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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A Special Thank You to Our 2016 Gala Sponsors and VIP's

Triple Level Sponsors:
Arizona Diamondbacks
Andrea and Jerry Lewkowitz

Double Level Sponsors:
Arizona Public Service (APS)
 Louise Leverant
Susan and Mark Sendrow
Nancy and Stu Siefer

Single Level Sponsors:
Marnie and Harvey Dietrich
Mel Kessler and Gail Fisher
Judy and Barry Stern

Media Sponsor:
Arizona Jewish Life Magazine

VIP's:
Ann and Andrew Abraham
Vicki and Howard Cabot
Randi and Lawrence Cutler
Diane and John Eckstein
Gallagher and Kennedy, P.A.
Sheldon Gross
Elaine Waxman and Bob Segelbaum
Leesa and George Weisz
 

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