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$45 – Non-Members
A partial list of awards Judy has received over the years:
Women Chefs and Restaurateurs Lifetime Achievement Award, 2009
International Assn of Culinary Professionals Humanitarian Award, 2008
Seventy-five Greatest Living Philadelphians, award by the Philadelphia Eagles, 2007
Oprah Magazine “5 Amazingly Gifted and Giving Food Professionals,” 2005
James Beard Foundation Humanitarian of the Year Award, 2005
Inc. Magazine “25 Entrepreneurs We Love,” 2004
Living Economy Award, Business Ethics magazine national Business Ethics Awards, 2002
Wind Powering America Award for 100% wind energy usage, US Dept. of Energy, 2002
Philadelphia Magazine “100 Most Powerful People in Philadelphia,” 2000
American Benefactor “America’s 25 Most Generous Companies,” 1998
Pennsylvania’s Best 50 Women in Business, Pennsylvania Department of Commerce, 1996
Merrill Lynch, and Inc. Magazine, 1994 (runner up for the national award)
Conde Nast Traveler “Top 50 American Restaurants Worth Traveling to See,” 1993
Inc. Magazine “Best Small Companies to Work For,” 1993
To see a complete list of her awards, click here.
“Guided by her own powerful activist sensibility, Judy Wicks beautifully conveys the important influences that a restaurant, or any business, can have within a community – politically, economically, and socially.”
-ALICE WATERS, owner of Chez Panisse and author of The Art of Simple Food.
If you can’t make it on July 17th, join the Hawthorne Valley Association, fellow BALLE members, as they host a celebration honoring Judy and her beautiful book the evening before our luncheon at Hawthorne Valley Farm in Columbia County. Click here for details.
Warning: Judy has an infectious spirit…you may just wind up attending both events!
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
220 North Road
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