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Tickets Now on Sale for Feb. 9 Rotary Valentine Dinner-Dance

If you’re looking for a fun way to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your sweetheart or friends, we have the ticket for you!  You are invited to the 16th annual Rotary Valentine Dinner-Dance on February 9 with the theme “An Evening in Paris” and music by FunDMC.

Cocktails will begin at 5:30 p.m. at Hamilton’s and a prime-rib meal will be served at 6:30 p.m. Vegetarian meals will also be available. A well-stocked dessert bar will provide a delightful selection of sweet treats!

Tickets are $35 per person and tables of eight can be reserved for $250. Entertainment will be provided by FunDMC beginning at 8:30 p.m. This band has an enthusiastic following across central Illinois. More information about this high-energy band and its non-stop music can be found at:

There will also be a live auction at 7:30 p.m. emceed by Jess Spradlin, in addition to a silent auction all evening. There will be a wide range of items to bid on!

This fun event is sponsored by the Jacksonville Rotary Club, and is open for everyone to attend. Advanced reservations are required. Online reservations can be made here, or you can download a registration form here and send your reservation by mail. Checks are payable to “Jacksonville Rotary Club.” Reservations can be mailed to the attention of Sandy Sanders, P.O. Box 550, Jacksonville, IL 62651. For more information about this fun party, contact the Jacksonville Rotary Club at 217.371.9525.

Rotary is an international organization that does charitable and service work both locally and throughout the world. Rotary unites people from all continents, cultures, and occupations—it’s truly one of our greatest strengths. Our members are leaders in their fields and communities. Our diverse perspectives help us to see problems differently—and help us solve them in communities throughout the world.

The Valentine Dinner-Dance is a major annual fundraiser for the Jacksonville Rotary Club. Proceeds of the Club’s fundraisers benefit numerous nonprofit organizations in the Jacksonville community.

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