First Look For Charity
No one can say there isn't plenty to do in Lake County, even in the middle of winter. Here are some activities planned this week through Monday.
Sleek automobiles won't be the only thing in the spotlight at the Chicago Auto Show's First Look for Charity on Feb. 8.
CHICAGO | The Chicago Auto Show's First Look for Charity black-tie gala event is from 6:30 to 10:30 tonight at McCormick Place.
Tickets are available for the Chicago Auto Show's First Look for Charity.
Sushi, bratwurst, pork sandwiches and pot stickers were among ethnic dishes spotlit at The Chicago Auto Show's "First Look for Charity" Thursday at McCormick Place.
Have a craving for soul food? Indiana University Northwest is ready to indulge you with "A Taste of Soul Food" at 11 a.m. Tuesday.
Mary McShane, manager of development at St. Jude House in Crown Point, with her husband, Jim McShane, enjoy the Franciscan Community Benefit Services hospitality suite at last year's First Look for Charity.
This is the time of the year I talk about First Look for Charity, that fabulous black tie gala that gives folks the first peek at all the newest models from the automotive industry the night before the Chicago Auto Show opens. The best part is the cost of the ticket goes to charity.
Stephen J. Bardoczi, St. Jude House board member, and his son, Alexander, attend last year's First Look for Charity.
Sister Diane Marie Collins, general minister for the Franciscan Sisters of Chicago and chairman of the board for St. Jude House, thanks those in attendance at last year's First Look for Charity for their support of Franciscan Community Benefit Services.
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