15th Annual Fellowship Open raises funds for education and opens paths to successful careers

August 20, 2015


For the 15th consecutive year, the Fellowship Open featured golfing, a silent auction and an awards luncheon. The event was held on Friday, August 14, 2015 at the Silver Spring Golf and Banquet Center. Since its founding, the Fellowship Open has raised more than $1 million to support education and open paths to successful careers for Milwaukee’s children. Picture at this year’s luncheon are (from left) Social Development Commission board chair Gerard Randall, We Energies vice president local affairs Thelma Sias, African American Chamber of Commerce president and C.E.O. Dr. Eve Hall; Community Leader Award honoree Jackie Herd Barber; Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig, Quarles & Brady, LLP Chairman Emeritus Atty. John Daniels; and Greater Milwaukee Committee president Julia Taylor.