Dinner in Philo April 27 to benefit Catholic Charities
PHILO — The Good Samaritan Programs of Catholic Charities in Champaign and Piatt counties will benefit from a steak dinner planned for Sunday, April 27, at the Philo Tavern, 101 Washington St. The doors will open at 4 p.m. and dinner will be served at 5 p.m.
Diane Ducey, a local radio personality, will host the event, which is being sponsored the Catholic Charities Advisory Board.
Tickets are $30 per person and may be purchased from a member of the board or by calling Dottie at (217) 344-9007.
Proceeds will help to support the In-Home Mental Health Counseling Program, which offers free professional in-home counseling to seniors in Champaign and Piatt counties; the Caring Companions Volunteer Program, which provides companionship, assistance with household tasks, transportation and other services for seniors; and the Mental Health Counseling Program, which is offered at St. John’s Catholic Newman Center in Champaign and the Community Resource Center of Presence Covenant Medical Center in Urbana for individuals and families coping with a variety of mental health problems.
In addition, proceeds from the dinner will go toward the food pantry at St. Patrick Church in Tolono.