PRLog - Jan. 12, 2012 - Local nonprofit Park Lawn is taking reservations for the 2nd Annual “A Rhapsody in Blue” scheduled for Saturday, February 4 at Double Tree Hotel in Alsip, IL. (http://
Gene Honda, Bonnie Greene & Keith Jone
The evening theme will be a “Blue Hawaii” getaway. This theme runs parallel to the drawing of a “Hawaii Trip for Two” raffle that will occur the same night with tickets being sold separately. Attendees of “A Rhapsody in Blue” dinner and auction can expect a Hawaiian greeting by Hula Chicago (http://www.hulachicago.net/)
Live auction items will include 4 passes to Walt Disney World; an aerobatic thrill ride; Chicago Bears tailgating package and more.
Another highlight of the Live Auction will be the “Fund-A-Cause”
Tickets are also available to participate in the “Hawaii Trip for Two” raffle and only 400 tickets will be sold. The winners will be able to explore Honolulu and Maui and see the Arizona Memorial and tour the USS Missouri. The trip includes two round trip airfare and inner airfare, 5 star hotels and a car rental in Maui. Tickets will be sold separately from the auction.
Sponsors of “A Rhapsody in Blue” include Standard Bank & Trust Inc., The Private Bank, Grey Hill & Associates, Brady Photography, Hob Nob Wine and the Chocolate Diva. Decorations and centerpieces are provided from Cheri Boublis, Jean Fornal, Connie Karlovic, Patti Lynch, Cheryl Orlowski, Julie Partacz, Charles and Maureen Reilly, and Victoria Scanlon.
Proceeds from “A Rhapsody in Blue” will benefit Park Lawn’s mission to provide services that promote independence, choice and access to community living for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Park Lawn is a non-profit organization offering a variety of programs and services such as adult developmental training, residential facilities, vocational training, supported employment and more for individuals with developmental disabilities since 1955. More information about Park Lawn can be found at www.parklawn.com.
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Park Lawn is a non-profit organization with a mission is to provide services that promote independence, choice and access to community living for people with developmental disabilities.