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Legacy Guild fundraiser to support college scholarships

Legacy Guild Vice President Tom Scaletta of La Grange celebrates with Marty Madden of First National Bank of La Grange at last year's Legacy Guild spring bash. Th funds raised will go toward college scholarships for local high school students who have lost a parent.  The event is March 8 and tickets can be purchased at http://www.thelegacyguild.com/
Legacy Guild Vice President Tom Scaletta of La Grange celebrates with Marty Madden of First National Bank of La Grange at last year's Legacy Guild spring bash. Th funds raised will go toward college scholarships for local high school students who have lost a parent. The event is March 8 and tickets can be purchased at http://www.thelegacyguild.com/

The Legacy Guild announces its spring event, a rockin’ evening at Fitzgerald’s Nightclub in Berwyn featuring Libido Funk Circus, one of the best dance bands in Chicago. The dance party rocks the main stage at Fitzgerald’s from 6:30 p.m. to midnight on March 8. Tickets are $125 per person until the end of February, and $150 thereafter. Tickets can be purchased at www.TheLegacyGuild.com.

The funds raised will go toward college scholarships for local high school students who have lost a parent. To be eligible for a 2014 scholarship, students must submit an online application at www.TheLegacyGuild.com by March 20. High school seniors and college students are eligible if they live in Lyons Township District 204 and have had a parent die while being raised in the area. While students must live in thedistrict, they remain eligible if they attend, or attended, a high school outside the district. Awards will be announced in May.

First National Bank of La Grange returns as a leading sponsor, this year as Band Sponsor. Other sponsorship opportunities are still available at various levels.

The ticket price includes open bar and tasty food, a roundtrip bus ride from Western Springs or La Grange, a celebrity emcee, opportunities to bid on great live and silent auction prizes, and other surprises. Tickets are limited so purchase before they sell out.

The Legacy Guild was formed in 2012 by a group of men from La Grange and surrounding areas drawn together after a cluster of sudden and unexpected deaths of some great friends and neighbors. The support group is Christian-based and meets regularly to discuss important issues, including how to be a better father, husband, son, brother, neighbor and friend.

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