Register NOW – Trivia Night Jan 26, 2019

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Or call Joan @ 800-888-6208 to pay with your credit card by phone

Saturday, January 26, 2019

Elmhurst American Legion

310 W. Butterfield Road, Elmhurst, Illinois

Doors open at 6 p.m. Trivia starts at 7 p.m.

$210 per team of 6. (Works out to $35 per person)

Tables are limited, so register without delay!

 

CHICKEN/PASTA BUFFET AND SODA INCLUDED!

CASH BAR for beer/wine/mixed drinks * 50/50 RAFFLE

A delicious DiLeo’s dinner of broasted chicken, pasta, salad, oven-roasted potatoes,

and pizza bread is included. Bottled beer is just $3. Cash prize for the winning team!

  1. Proceeds help Conquer MG serve myasthenia gravis patients.

Thanks to our Sponsor!

Emcee services provided by the inimitable

JIM WHITE

J. S. White & Associates, LLC

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Q: What if I don’t have a team of 6?

A: Tables are set up to accommodate 6 people, and the table price is $210. We have several single spots (bar stools at the bar) for $35 per person.

 

Q: Do I have to register in advance?

A: With limited seating, it’s best to reserve your space. We’ll take your money at the door, too, if space is available.

 

Q: How can I pay the registration fee?

A: You have options:

  1. Use your credit card online. The online portal closes at 12 noon Friday, January 25. Or mail a check to payable to Conquer MG, 275 N. York St., Suite 401, Elmhurst IL 60126. Or pay at the door with cash, check, or credit card.

 

Q: What is myasthenia gravis?

A: Myasthenia gravis is a rare autoimmune disease that disrupts the communication between nerve and muscles, causing sometimes severe muscle weakness. It can affect the eyes and facial muscles; swallowing and talking; limbs, neck and torso; and even breathing muscles. There are treatments, but no cure.

 

Q: Who is Conquer Myasthenia Gravis?

A: Formerly known as the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of Illinois, Conquer MG has served people who struggle with this challenging disease since 1976 – with programs of support, education, awareness, and research funding.