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GLASA will hold a fund-raising event in Lake Bluff April 13

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ANNUAL BENEFIT

Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association(GLASA)

Hosted by: Knauz Automotive Group

Benefit Theme: Secret Agent Night from GLASA with Love

Location: Knauz Classic Car Showroom, 775 Rockland Road, Lake Bluff

Date: April 13, 2013 6:30 p.m.

Featuring: Dave Shelton Trio, Live & Silent Auction, Casino, & much more!

Tickets: $125

Contact: Cherie Hrusovsky (847) 283-0908

Updated: March 30, 2013 2:16AM



Save the date.

That’s what the Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association is urging people to do as they finalize plans for the GLASA’s April 13 fund-raising event in Lake Bluff.

The Annual Benefit is the major fund-raiser of the year to assist GLASA in providing quality adaptive sports programs for children, teens, and adults — including injured military who have a physical or visual disability.

The proceeds from the event will help the GLASA provide year-round, daily adaptive sports programming and will provide financial assistance for more than 40 percent of the GLASA’s athletes through the Athlete Scholarship Fund.

The GLASA’s goals are to help increase the overall health and wellness of our athletes, assist with funding of athlete scholarships and to expand outreach to surrounding communities most at risk in the greater Chicagoland area and Southern Wisconsin.

All adults who are in position to help the GLASA are welcome to purchase a ticket for $125 and attend the event, which will be held in Lake Bluff at Knauz’s Classic Car showroom, which is located on Route 176.

Throughout the year, the GLASA holds various fund-raisers to sustain and add offering to special-needs individuals.

But the Annual Benefit is the primary vehicle for keeping GLASA’s wheeling rolling.

So, anyone who is in position to help the program ...

Save the date.



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