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The Town and Country Women’s Club and the Menard County Jaycees Trivia Night
The Town and Country Women’s Club and the Menard County Jaycees Trivia Night
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Saturday, March 29th 2014
4:00 pm

On Saturday, March 29, 2014 please join the Town and Country Women’s Club and the Menard County Jaycees as we team up to hold a trivia night fundraiser to benefit the Autism Society of Central Illinois. Proceeds from the event will be specifically earmarked for Menard County youth.

The trivia night will be held at the Petersburg Fire Department which is located at 302 E. Taylor St. in Petersburg, IL. Doors will open at 4:00 p.m. Table judging will be a 5:15 p.m. Trivia starts at 6:00 p.m. Tables are $100 and you can have up to a maximum of 10 people at your table. The Petersburg Fire Department will have various food items, soda and water for purchase. Please no outside food or beverage.

In addition to trivia we will also have a silent auction, 50/50 raffle and a miscellaneous small item raffle.

Please contact Tamara Pettit at (217) 971-5967 to reserve your table and hurry as tables go quickly.

Can’t attend but still would like to help Menard County autistic youth, please consider making a monetary donation or donating an item to our silent auction.

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