Public Service Spotlight
Lemont Classic Car Club Benefit Car Show for Washington Tornado Victims
Sunday August 17, 2014
It's been nearly nine months since a devastating tornado ripped thru Washington, IL and many victims are still struggling to get back on their feet. You can help by joining the Lemont Classic Car Club for a benefit Car Show on Sunday, August 17th noon - 5 at Bridgeview Court Shopping Center, 7725 S. Harlem in Bridgeview. Your $20 entry fee benefits tornado victims. Spectator parking is free. And donations are welcome. For information, CLICK HERE
Where: Bridgeview Court Shopping Center
Location: Cook County South
The 17th Annual Paul Fabbri Memorial Golf Classic and Dinner is coming up at Chevy Chase Country Club in Wheeling on Saturday, August 9th! Proceeds support the American Brain Tumor Association & their critical research and support of people and families battling brain tumors. For details and registration, CLICK HERE.
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