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Moonlight & Music to benefit Pioneer Center

Published: Thursday, June 13, 2013 12:08 p.m. CDT • Updated: Thursday, June 13, 2013 12:25 p.m. CDT

CRYSTAL LAKE – Moonlight & Music, a fundraising event for Pioneer Center for Human Services, will take place June 21 at the Crystal Lake Country Club.

The "Ravinia-like" open-air concert features the music of Caribé Latin Jazz Orchestra.

In addition to individual tickets priced at $125 each, attendees can reserve a spot for a semi-private party for 10 people. Space is limited.

Lawn chairs will be provided to allow our guests to fully enjoy the outdoor ambience.  Dress is casual, and a full cash bar will be offered.

Moonlight & Music guests will enjoy a ourmet cookout and buffet offering a grill station including BBQ ribs, Mediterranean chicken, chef-carved pork loin and sides.  Also included will be a salad station offering Caesar salad, Thai rice and cabbage salad, grilled vegetables and fresh summer fruit. Desserts include a chef-scooped ice cream station.

Once the sun sets and the chairs are packed away, guests are invited to move into the club’s bar area for an after-party. At the conclusion of the evening, each of our guests will receive a special gift to commemorate the event.

To make a reservation, call 815-759-7144.

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