A Cure for Debbie Lingafelter Benefit

A Cure for Debbie Lingafelter  Benefit
A Cure for Debbie Lingafelter Benefit
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Date/Time
Sunday, June 8th 2014
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm

 Please join us on Sunday June 8th from Noon to 6 PM

at the AIW Hall –  2882 N Dinneen Decatur, IL

 ids Carnival will start at noon with games other fun activities.

Greg Bickers Acoustics’ at 2 PM with a Frenzy Reunion at 4 PM  sound and lighting provided by Copperhead Sound (sponsored by Born Construction)

Tickets:  Adult $10 & Children $5

(Price includes kid games and pulled pork sandwich or hotdog, chips, & cookie)

Silent Auction                   

Cardinal Tickets       2 – 1/2 hog w/processing

50” Flat Screen TV     

Monetary Donations can be made at Cure for Debbie,

First Mid Illinois Bank Trust branches located throughout Central IL

Contact info:  Michelle Clark (Lingafelter) at 217-433-5938 or Karen March 217-450-1416

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