Where: Odyssey Country Club, 19110 S. Ridgeland Avenue, Tinley Park, IL 60477
|The Sheilah A. Doyle Foundation presents the 3rd “Cheers for Change” fundraising event, to benefit children whose parents, legal guardian, or sibling fell victim to homicide. You can purchase your tickets by using the register now button on the right or by clicking here.
When: Saturday, February 23rd, 2013
Time: 6:30pm – 11:30pm
Your ticket must be purchased in advance, as tickets will not be sold at the door the night of the event. If you are paying by check, please make your check payable to: Sheilah A. Doyle Foundation, and mail your payment to our office located at 1100 Jorie Blvd., Suite 100, Oak Brook, IL 60523. Please be sure to bring your driver’s license and/or state ID the day of the event to check-in.”
Your Ticket Includes:
Family Style Dinner, Open Bar, and Live Music
Featuring Live Music from The Walkins - www.thewalkins.com
The Walk-ins are a harmony driven cover / original band from Chicago’s south suburbs. The band consists of Joe Matise (Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar) Mike “The Deuce” Michor (Lead Guitar, Vocals) Mike Molinets (Drums, Vocals) and J.R. Entsminger (Bass,
Vocals). The Walk-ins’ set list spans the 50’s through today, and their high energy live shows have been met with rave reviews across the Chicagoland area.
Grand Prize Raffle - $5,000.00 Guranteed Cash! Only $50 per ticket!
When you register for the event you will have the option to purchase a Grand Raffle ticket as well. Good Luck!
Guest Speaker: Thomas J. Dart - Cook County Sheriff
Thomas J. Dart was elected Cook County Sheriff in 2006 after previously serving as a state prosecutor and state legislator. Since taking office, Sheriff Dart has brought a bold and innovative approach to law enforcement. He has made local and national headlines for his aggressive approach in areas such as combating human trafficking, developing new alternative programs at the Cook County Jail, and reevaluating the eviction and foreclosure process. Sheriff Dart oversees a number of vital entities within the criminal justice system including the Cook County Sheriff’s Police Department, the Cook County Jail – the nation’s largest single-site jail with more than 10,000 inmates and 3,000 correctional officers –, and a Courts Services Department that provides both judicial safety and the service of court orders. As Sheriff, Dart also worked to significantly change the county’s approach to evicting families in the foreclosure process – ensuring they had received proper notice before being evicted, offering on-site social services, and refusing to evict after banks admitted to robo-signing foreclosure documents. Thanks to his groundbreaking efforts, in 2009, Time magazine named Sheriff Dart one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World.
SAD Foundation Event Goal: 500 people and $75,000 raised.
All proceeds from this event will go toward: