This article is about a private consortium that has been illegally formed on May 24, 2019, by a tenant of “High Rank” and publicly announced with the official Consortium Notice #316Z, in the Hawley Manor Garden, on Lake County Housing Authority property, located in Grayslake, Illinois, which is a HUD property. This is article is written by artist and United States Navy Veteran, Stephen F. Condren, BFA-SAIC, of Condren Galleries, a Fine Arts Gallery.
This article is about Grayslake Beer Festival #306Z, located in downtown Grayslake, and written by artist and United States Navy Veteran, Stephen F. Condren, BFA-SAIC, of Condren Galleries, a Fine Arts Gallery. Congratulations to the Village of Grayslake, The Grayslake Chamber of Commerce & The Exchange Club of Grayslake!
Grayslake Celebrates Summer With Beer
A beer festival with food, music, and beer!
The Village of Grayslake, The Grayslake Chamber of Commerce & The Grayslake Exchange Club
People Love The Grayslake Beer Festival #306Z
The mood was festive and the music lively here at the annual Grayslake Craft Beer Festival, in downtown Grayslake. Because everyone enjoys a good time together with friends, there could be no better way to share time than here. Most importantly, the beer was outstanding, and everyone took interest in the music, and food.
Thought the clouds were hanging over our head for most of the day, the raid did not rule the day. Because we had many large and spacious tents to gather it, there was no worry about the rain. I must say, the rain did a good job of backing off during the whole day.
When it came to taking down the festival, the clouds rolled way, and we had no rain to interfere with the dismantling of the grounds. Because the clouds were not really heavy cumulus clouds, but rather status nimbus, they did not contain a lot of water, saving the day for us. Most importantly, the Grayslake Chamber, and Exchange Club of Grayslake did an excellent job of setting tents and facilities in such a manner that even in a hard downfall, everyone would be ok.
Thank you to the Village of Grayslake, Mayor Taylor, and the Village Board of Trustees, The Grayslake Police Department, The Grayslake Fire Prevention District, The Grayslake Public Works Department, The Grayslake Chamber of Commerce, and the Exchange Club of Grayslake for making this fine event possible, and making Grayslake a better place to live, and work.
Condren Galleries Ltd. For Grayslake Beer Festival #306Z
Grayslake Beer Festival As A Great Social Gathering
Condren Galleries is pleased to have been to participate in the execution of watercolor house portrait #000Z.
Stephen F. Condren For Grayslake Beer Festival #306Z
Grayslake Beer Festival As Community Enrichment
Because as an artist I have made Grayslake Beer Festival #306Z a place to be.
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Grayslake Beer Festival #306Z pen & ink drawing with prints by artist Stephen F. Condren at Condren Galleries.
This article is about the men’s retreat for the Knights of Columbus #294Z, at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church in Gurnee, and written by artist and United States Navy Veteran, Stephen F. Condren, BFA-SAIC, of Condren Galleries, a Fine Arts Gallery. Congratulations Knights of Columbus!
St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church
6401 Gages Lake Road, Gurnee, Illinois
Knights of Columbus Men’s Retreat #294Z
- Support group & fellowship
The retreat started with lunch at 11:30 to 12:30. The offerings were, hotdogs, hamburgers, and potato salad. There were knights from various parishes in Lake County present at the seminar.
Four Principles Of The Order: Charity, Unity, Fraternity, and Patriotism
Jon Blevins was the moderator for the retreat, and a veteran of the host parish. With a great sense of humor, Jon started each of the four Principles with a short video of a comedy skit, reflecting the topic at hand. I enjoyed the first skit the most with the reference to the Vatican constructing a tunnel under the ocean to the White House. These skits were great ice breakers, and set the tone for learning, and fellowship.
Group discussions for Knights of Columbus #294Z
Following each of the sessions that Jon went over, we would share a point from the Principles, discussed by Jon, with the knights at each table. These were nice, and meaningful times, as it allowed for us to personalize what the Principle meant for us in our life. When we finished, we shared what each of had said at our corresponding tables with the group at large.
At the halfway point of the retreat, we all gather together upstairs in the chapel, sat quietly, reflecting on the eucharist in the tabernacle, and prayer.
Upon returning from the chapel, we resumed our sessions with the final two Principles, and then finished in prayer. This was near 4:30 PM, which gave us time to gather upstairs for mass at 5:00 PM.
All in all, this was and excellent program, and I glad that I attended. It was nice to meet with, and get to know other knights from other parishes. The day was a true blessing.
Condren Galleries Ltd. For Knights of Columbus Men’s Retreat #294Z
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Condren Galleries is pleased to have been to participate in the Knights of Columbus men’s retreat #294Z.
Stephen F. Condren For Knights of Columbus Men’s Retreat #294Z
As an artist I have made Knights of Columbus Men’s Retreat #294Z an important part of my Spiritual growth.
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Knights of Columbus men’s retreat #294Z with artist Stephen F. Condren at Condren Galleries.
This article is about Lake County Housing #303Z, honoring tenants with flowers and dignity, written by artist and United States Navy Veteran, Stephen F. Condren, BFA-SAIC, of Condren Galleries, a Fine Arts Gallery. Congratulations Lake County Housing!
Administrators In Service
Lorraine Hocker, Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer
Aaron Broeski, Senior Property Manager
Hawley Manor in Grayslake, Illinois
Tenants Honored By Lake County Housing #303Z
This morning Lake County Housing Authority came to Hawley Manor in downtown Grayslake, to honor it’s senior residents by planting flowers along the parkway of the outside of the building. Their efforts have made a showcase of this fine building.
The team of workers were staff members of Lake County Housing Authority. Heading up the team was Lorraine Hocker, Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer and Arron Broeski, Senior Property Manager, both can be seen at the top of the page.
Hawley Manor is a senior citizen residential facility in downtown Grayslake, just one block from the Grayslake Fire Prevention District. Since many of the residents are not able to get out and do gardening the administration of Lake County Housing Authority has taking up the banner and set things in order at the manor.
Both Lorraine Hocker and Aaron Boeski are veteran public service administrators and have the ability, knowledge , and talent to get things done, and with stealth. With smiles on their faces and garden tools in their hands Lorraine and Aaron came to make things better. Thank you!
Taking The Task In Hand
Condren Galleries Ltd. For Lake County Housing #303Z
Lake County Housing #303Z Honoring Senior Citizens
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Condren Galleries is pleased to have been to participated in the execution of Lake County Housing #303Z.
Stephen F. Condren For Lake County Housing #303Z
Lake County Housing #303Z As Beautifying Grayslake
As an artist I have made Lake County Housing #303Z a site a beauty with more flowers in the city.
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Lake County Housing #303Z pen & ink drawing with prints by artist Stephen F. Condren at Condren Galleries.
This article is about the Grayslake Exchange Club’s Food Frenzy #299Z, an annual event that raises money for distressed families and children, and written by artist and United States Navy Veteran, Stephen F. Condren, BFA-SAIC, of Condren Galleries, a Fine Arts Gallery. Congratulations Grayslake Exchange Club!
College of Lake County, Saturday, 5/12/2019, 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Food, drinks, snacks, and lots of fun! As a new member to the Grayslake chapter of the Exchange Club I have to say that I was very impressed. I had just become a member this last Thursday and I cannot express to you how pleased I was with the graciousness shown to me, as though I had been around for a long time. These people really know how to make you feel at home.
With this kind of favor I could not help but offer my services to the setting up of the Food Frenzy this coming Saturday. So at 8:00 AM I was at the site ready to assist. Club members were coming in with their pickups and vans filled with tents and tables that would be used to put the event in order.
I also had the honor to meet Scot Warren, the National President of the Exchange Club for 2018 & 2019! But do not be fooled, Scot was pitching in like everyone else, by lifting tables, chairs, tents!
The weather during setup was overcast but fine. There was no rain and the temperature was nice. You only needed a light jacket. At 10:00 AM when my shift had ended I had to depart to do my services at the First Holy Communion for the Second Graders at St. Gilbert’s Parish, in Grayslake.
Later in the afternoon, after the church event I came back to check on things. The weather was getting cooler and a bit of raid started to set in. But this did not stop the program. There were a lot of people in attendance and people were enjoying themselves.
At the end of the day I returned to help take down. It was a pleasure to work with such fine, friendly, and good natured people.
Food Frenzy #299Z
Hosted by the Grayslake Exchange Club
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Photos For Food Frenzy #299Z
I took the photos that appear in this article. Please feel free to make copies from this site.
Condren Galleries is pleased to have been to participate in the execution of Food Frenzy #299Z.
Stephen F. Condren Food Frenzy #299Z
As an artist I have made Food Frenzy #299Z a place to be and get ideas for drawing.
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Food Frenzy #299Z pen & ink drawing with prints by artist Stephen F. Condren at Condren Galleries.
This article is about the Grayslake Arts Alliance art exhibit called May Fest #291Z, written by artist and United States Navy Veteran, Stephen F. Condren, BFA-SAIC, of Condren Galleries, a Fine Arts Gallery. Congratulations Grayslake Arts Alliance!
May Fest was hosted by the Heritage Center of Grayslake, Illinois. Because the Heritage Center is right downtown on Hawley Street next door to the Grayslake Fire Prevention District, it is easily accessed by the entire community.
Grayslake Arts Alliance
May Fest was sponsored by the Grayslake Arts Alliance. Because the site is provided to us by the Village of Grayslake, we extend to the city our gratitude. The time of the exhibit was from 12:00 Noon to 4:00 PM. Most importantly, the weather was beautiful.
May Fest #291Z
The weather could not have been better as we were blessed with sunshine and balmy weather all afternoon. People from all over Grayslake came to see what was new here at the exhibit and also to take in the good music that complimented the fine snacks offered just inside the Heritage Center. Because many of the Alliance members were in attendance along with patrons, the show had personal meaning.
Aruna N. Sarode
Among the members that were present, we had artist Aruna N. Sarode, do a plein-air oil painting of the Heritage Center right before us. Because of Aruna’s attention to detail and amazing speed astonished those of us that had the honor to see her at work. Thank you Aruna!
Let us look carefully at this finely executed work of art. Because as an astute artist, Aruna has properly prepared her canvas board for this out side painting. Because Aruna knew that this will be done on the spot and therefore with brevity, she approaches the oil with expertise.
Immediately in photo #2, you can see that she has use the correct tones to prepare the canvas board. This mix of ochre, red, and yellow are clearly seen. These tones will be the foundation of the painting. The warmth of the ochre will support the blues and greens in the sky that is above the image of the Heritage Center.
In photo #3, you can see that now that she has set down the background, so Aruna is free to build the foundation of the painting from the lower section of the canvas board. The strong yellows nicely enhance the bottom section of the oil, and follow true to the colors of the music canopy that she is in the process of capturing.
With supreme stealth, Aruna has detailed the structure of the water tower behind the Heritage Center. Aruna has captured this image with great success. I say this with good reason, for any object that is so salient in the composition of work of art, has to be very carefully crafted. The water tower is a difficult object to successfully incorporate into the imagery of the cityscape that she is creating.
Shade & Shadows
Because the water tower is very different form the structure of the Heritage Center and it sticks out like a soar thumb. Most importantly, this is not the case here, as Aruna has masterfully incorporated this difficult object into the composition of the painting. Because the shade and shadows of the water tower are delicately painted, they are a delight to behold.
Aruna’s supreme achievement with this oil painting is her thorough understanding of the use of color. Unlike so many artists, Aruna does not utilize local color. That is: the sky is blue, the grass is green, and the flowers are red. A true master of color knows how to properly blend the color so that all of the tones are seen in every part of the painting, and that is exactly what Aruna has accomplished here.
When all is said and done, you have before you a masterly crafted work of art. This work of art is an artistic success and Aruna is to be commended.
Images for May Fest #291Z
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Scans of May Fest #291Z are available in JPEG or PDF formats for making prints, note cards, or posters.
Condren Galleries Ltd. for May Fest #291Z
May Fest #291Z
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Condren Galleries is pleased to have been to participate in the execution of watercolor house portrait #291Z, because it promotes the arts. Because the weather was good many people came to the art fair. Most importantly, May Fest help local artist display their works of art.
Stephen F. Condren for May Fest #291Z
Most importantly, as an artist I pleased to be a part of May Fest #291Z. Because drawings of city scenes has been a long time passion of mine since childhood. Most importantly, I like doing the drawings right on the spot and not from photos.
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May Fest #291Z with artist Aruna N. Sarode, and photographs taken by artist Stephen F. Condren of Condren Galleries.
This article is about prayer with God #286Z and friendship, a spiritual retreat and seminar conducted by Patricia Klein, Associate Dean, University of St. Mary of the Lake, at St. Gilbert Parish in Grayslake, Illinois, and written by artist and United States Navy Veteran, Stephen F. Condren, BFA-SAIC, of Condren Galleries, a Fine Arts Gallery. Congratulations Patricia Klein!
This fine event was sponsored by the St. Gilbert Discipleship Group under the aegis of Reverend John Chrzan, Pastor, and Reverend Christian Shiu, Associate Pastor.
Ms. Patricia Klein comes to us from Dusseldorf, Germany, where she was assistance to the Dean of Studies at the Regnum Christi in Dusseldorf, Germany. She is the co-author of Seelenwege: Orientierungshilfen zum gebet (Paths to the soul, a book on spiritual Theology and Christian prayer, particularly the Ignatian method of meditation . We were blessed with her presence.
Site And Date Of Prayer And God #286Z
The retreat was on Saturday, April 27, 2019, immediately after the 8:00 AM mass, located at the St. Gilbert Chapel Hall, Grayslake, IL
The format of the program a set of round tables that seat approximately 8 persons each. These tables were clustered around the podium which had a screen behind it for visual presentations.
The program commenced with opening prayer from Pastor John Chrzan, then followed by an introduction from a committee member of the St. Gilbert Discipleship Group. After the introduction Patricia Klein came up to the podium and deliver her program.
The focus of the program was on prayer and our relationship with God and our Spiritual friendship. There were many excellent handouts that were great resources to us in attendance. Friendship is based on trust and thus our relationship with God is an important friendship to our Creator.
Patricia opened the discussion with the topic of friendship and brought up Aristotle’s famous categories on friendship from his Nicomachean Ethics. The three kinds of friendship being:
The lasting being the finest kind of friendship and the kind that we seek with God.
Difficulties Encountered In Prayer
- Prayer challenges
Below is an image of one of the hands on prayer difficulties. As you can see it is well laid out and nicely delineates the various distractions in praying.
Resources For Prayer
Below is a roster of resources for further reading on prayer.
Forms Of Prayer
There are seven forms of prayer:
- Liturgical prayer
- Meditative reading
- The Prayer of Reconciliation
- Simplified inner praying
- Excursus on centering prayer
Patricia spoke clearly on each of these kinds of pray that are mentioned in the outline that is below. I have only attached the first sheet of the four page handout.
After this session we then talked about the different kinds of prayer at each of our tables and then we prayed for each other according to our need.
To my great joy I had the pleasure to sit next to John and Linda, who are Lutherans from a Church in Palatine. Linda had told me that they were here to assist a friend that was in need of physical assistance for attending church here. When they came they saw the advertisement and signed up! I was so pleased. I of course had to tease them by letting them know that “Bolts of lightning are due to strike down at any moment!” We all laughed.
Both Linda and John offered a lot to us at our table.
Prayer and God #286Z
In conclusion I can only say the most positive and up beat things about the retreat. When I arrived I had no idea what to expect. I have grown up a Catholic and I have been praying since I was a child, what could I possibly learn about prayer here and now? I was in for a rude awakening.
Now, having taken this retreat I am going to put into practice some of the things that I have learned from Patricia, which will enrich my life and my relationship to God. Thank you Patricia Klein.
Condren Galleries Ltd. for prayer and God #286Z
Prayer and God #286Z
Condren Galleries is pleased to have been to participate in the retreat about prayer and God #286Z.
Stephen F. Condren is in support for the retreat on prayer and God #286Z
As an artist I have made watercolor house portrait #000Z a staple of my architectural rendering works.
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Prayer and God #286Z pen & ink drawing with prints by artist Stephen F. Condren at Condren Galleries.
This article is about Edward Jones Art #283Z, hosted by Travis M. Brown and Rick Melone, and it’s exhibit in conjunction with the Grayslake Arts Alliance, written by artist and United States Navy Veteran, Stephen F. Condren, BFA-SAIC, of Condren Galleries, a Fine Arts Gallery. Congratulations Travis and Rick!
Edward Jones Art #283Z
Yesterday afternoon Travis M. Brown and Rick Melone of Edward Jones financial advisors hosted an art exhibit in conjunction with the Grayslake Arts Alliance. This was a great opportunity for Edward Jones to showcase their offices along with displaying artwork of local Grayslake artists.
Edward Jones is located at 10 N. Lake Street, Suite 113, Grayslake, IL 60030. Contact information:
- Travis Brown, CLU, 847-223-2580, email@example.com ~ Website pick here.
- Rick Melone, 847-223-4392, firstname.lastname@example.org ~ Website pick here.
The reception started at 4:00 PM, and lasted until 7:00 PM with many Edward Jones clients as well as members of the Grayslake Arts Alliance in attendance.
Because the tone of the exhibit was up-beat everyone had a good time. Edward Jones offered a fine array of refreshments and things to drink. The office nicely displayed the artwork that is on display for the exhibit. This is the first of a series of exhibits that Edward Jones is doing with the Grayslake Arts Alliance.
Travis and Rick, thank you for sharing with the community the joy of Art and celebrating your successes with your community friends and colleagues at the Grayslake Arts Alliance!
Condren Galleries Ltd. for Edward Jones Art #283Z
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Condren Galleries is pleased to have been to participate in the exhibit of Edward Jones Art #283Z.
Stephen F. Condren for Edward Jones Art #283Z
Edward Jones Art #283Z is an outstanding example of a local business working with the art community, and enriching the tone of their business, and uplifting the character of the community. What better thing that art displays the image of a community?
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Edward Jones Art #283Z pen & ink drawing with prints by artist Stephen F. Condren at Condren Galleries.
Grayslake Arts Alliance Fine Arts Show
This article is about Lake County Veterans and Family Services Foundation’s hosting an event for Veterans honoring women #274Z for Women’s History Month, written by artist and United States Navy Veteran, Stephen F. Condren, BFA-SAIC. Congratulations Veteran Women!
Road Home Program
Ashton Kroner of Road Home Program, spoke on what she was offering to Veterans of all walks of life, and regardless of the discharge status. The Road Home Program is affiliated with Rush Edu. The Road Home Program is an out patient program that has a treatment window of time ranging from one to approximately 25 days. Road Home Program is not a residential program. However, it works in tandem with other agencies that can assist Veterans with those needs.
We were all honored by the presence of Karyn Davidman, Casework Director for Congressman Bradley S. Schneider. Because Karyn brought up points that were germane to women’s issues and Veterans, she enriched the discourse of this seminar. Most importantly, Karyn was able bring out the resources of the different Veterans at the table. Karyn Davidman was “Sine quo none”.
Clearly as different people came to the table with their life stories pertaining to women’s issues and the Military a sense of camaraderie and fellowship came to fore. Sharing, understanding, and open mindedness to all issues regarding women, the Military, was at hand. Above all, answers to difficult questions, and solutions were made manifest right on the spot by an attorney, educators, and caseworkers. Truly, this was a seminar that enriched the lives of all that attended and it can be said that we all walked away as better people from it.
Images Of Lake County Veterans Honors Women #274Z
Condren Galleries Ltd.
- Veteran Women
Condren Galleries honors all Veteran women past and present. Because I am a veteran that served on board the USS Midway CV-41, I have made it my mission to give back to our country what it has given to us.
This article is about Congressman Bradley Schneider honoring Vietnam War Veterans, written by artist Stephen F. Condren, BFA-SAIC, of Condren Galleries, a Fine Arts Gallery. The event was to give Certificates of Special Congressional Recognition to the Veterans. Mr. Schneider posed with each veteran as he gave them their certificate. Most importantly, I proudly served aboard the USS Midway CV-41, and I was the ship’s artist for the Cruise Book “Taking care of business”. Congratulations Vietnam War Veterans!
I served my country with honor as I am an Honorably Discharged Veteran of the United States Navy.
My mantra is as follows: I am a man of honor, and if there no honor in it, I am not there. Put before me anyone that will argue otherwise.
The great thing about Veterans is that they think outside of themselves and direct their efforts towards others!
Veterans of the Vietnam War
Present at the ceremony to honor Vietnam War Veterans, were member of local American Legion and VFW post in all honor. These fine men and women that have served our country were there to support those that have given their lives for our freedom as well as to share in the spirit of truth and honor the service of our local patriots.
USS Midway CV-41
I joined the Navy at the very end of the Vietnam War, however, I was there in spirit. I served on the aircraft carrier USS Midway CV-41, now a museum in San Diego. Because the Midway was involved in “Operation Frequent Wind”, which was the evacuation of Vietnam, where there were many refugees on the Midway. I served my country with honor as I am an Honorably Discharged Veteran of the United States Navy.
Cruise Book ~ Taking Care Of Business
While serving aboard the Midway, there was an art competition for the artist of the Ship’s WestPac Cruise Book “Taking Care Of Business”. Because I was the best artist on board, I won the competition. As the artist, I was given the honor to sit before the Commander of Carrier Group Three, Rear Admiral William Newell Small , Chief of Staff, Captain David E. Leue, Captain, USS Midway CV-41, Lawrence C. Chambers, and Executive Officer Captain L. H. Grimes Jr., and draw their portraits! Further, I drew every Department of the USS Midway CV-41.
Signature and note by Rear Admiral William N. Small
After the Cruise Book was published Rear Admiral Small personally invited me into his suite on board the USS Midway and to expressed to me how pleased he was with the drawing. The Admiral had a copy made of the pen & ink portrait that I drew of him. After this, right in front of me, he sat down and wrote a commemorative note on the drawing and signed it. This signed drawing now hangs in my home and is ever cherished.
Captain L. C. Chambers, Commanding Officer, USS Midway
The Commanding Officer of the USS Midway was Captain Lawrence Cleveland Chambers. Captain Chambers was the first Black American to command an air craft carrier. Later in his career, Captain Chambers was promoted to Rear Admiral and Commander of Carrier Strike Group Three.
A short interesting story about the captain. One day while at sea the Air Boss, Commander Theodorelos, was looking out the window of his post on the island, and then noticed, with his naked eyes, a Russian Bear (Russia’s leading bomber), headed directly to the port side of the USS Midway. Immediately he sounded Alert-5 (a five minute readiness response by our F4 pilots). However, it was too late, long after our boys were in the air to escort the Russian bomber, it was long gone. I can just hear the Russians in their glory, howling with laughter.
Captain Chambers was notified of all this by phone, and when he heard that the Russians superseded the USS Midway without a strike force escort he took his phone and threw it at the bridge window ~ he cracked the bullet proof window! I would not want be the Operations Officer that day.
Operation Frequent Wind
The final phase of the evacuation of Vietnam from Saigon is called “Operation Frequent Wind”. The USS Midway played a vital role in this strategic naval deployment. In the pen & ink drawing below is an image of Executive Officer, Captain L. H. Grimes Jr., holding a refugee child in his arms, securing the child’s freedom. This was the drawing that won the competition and secured my post as ship’s artist for the USS Midway’s cruise book.
Helicopters Thrown Overboard
For ship security and integrity, the helicopters used for the evacuation of Saigon where thrown overboard.
Cruise Book ~ Taking Care Of Business 1975 & 1976
Below on my coffee table is one of my copies of the USS Midway ship’s cruise book “Taking Care Of Business”.
The ceremony took place at Cook Memorial Library in Libertyville, Illinois. Because there a large number of people attending, a large meeting room in the lower level of the library where the event took place.
Congressman Bradley Schneider #271Z
The Congressman honored each of the Vietnam War Veterans with a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition. He called each veteran up to the podium and stood next to him for a photo-op while holding the certificate.
The Room was filled to capacity, and the presence of the military and veterans was seen everywhere.
Certificate Of Special Congressional Recognition
Photograph of Stephen F. Condren on shore, Japan, 1976
Photographs of the event
- Greatly Appreciated
Dear Mr. Schneider,
I personally want to thank you for recognizing the Vietnam Veterans. Further, I want to thank you demonstrating to us your care and concern for all of us veterans that served our great country. Most importantly, I want to say “Thank you, for giving each one of us veterans here today this most honorable Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition and Vietnam Veteran Lapel Pin!
God bless you and your family,
Stephen F. Condren ~ Artist
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JPEG & PDF scans of the Congressman Bradley Schneider #271Z event are available.
Condren Galleries Ltd.
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Condren Galleries is deeply honored to be part of the Vietnam War Veterans ceremony of Congressman Bradley Schneider #271Z.
Stephen F. Condren
As an artist and a Vietnam War Veteran I am proud to receive this Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition from Congressman Bradley Schneider #271Z.
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Congressman Bradley Schneider #271Z with Stephen F. Condren of Condren Galleries and USS Midway CV-41.
Congressman Bradley Schneider #271Z honors Vietnam War Veterans by Stephen F. Condren at Condren Galleries.
Located in San Diego, USS Midway is at 910 Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA 92101, (619) 544-9600