WINDY CITY TIMES
||"Into the Lights" mixer to benefit The Crib
From a press release
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On Aug. 22 UAW Local 551 will host the "Into the Lights" charity mixer to benefit a youth homeless shelter. "The Crib" primarily serves LGBT youth aged 18-24 and is operated by The Night Ministry. The Crib is open 7 days a week from 9pm-9am and is able to house up to twenty youth a night and also provides dinner, breakfast, laundry services, homework help, and other activities. Opened in January 2011 as a 4 month pilot program the Crib became the model that youth homeless shelters in the City of Chicago were and are based on. In addition to this shelter, The Night Ministry provides housing, medical services, and development opportunities across the city.
This will be an evening of fun and fellowship to benefit this worthy cause! IMPACT1 Entertainment has generously donated state of the art DJ, lighting, and photo booth equipment for the evening. Tickets are available for $40 each or 10 for $350. The schedule of events is as follows:
7:00p-8:00p- Hors d'oeuvres
8:00p-8:45p- Scheduled speakers
8:45p-Midnight- Music and Dancing
The event will take place at Local 551's James Hamby Hall, 13550 S. Torrence Ave, Chicago IL 60633.
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