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Amy Center Trivia Benefit Will Be Held In Nashville

Amy Center Trivia Benefit Will Be Held In Nashville

By Alex Haglund

What do you know?
If you said, “a lot,” then maybe Trivia Night, to benefit the Amy Schulz Child Advocacy Center is the event for you.
Trivia Night is being sponsored by Washington County Sheriff Danny Bradac and Sheriff Candidate Len Campbell, and will be held at 7 p.m., on Saturday, February 17, at the Nashville American Legion.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and there is an entry fee of $80 per table, with eight people maximum allowed per table.
There will be a cash bar as well, and tables should bring their own snacks. There will also be cash prizes, a silent auction, a 50/50, and a prize for the best table name.
To reserve a table for the event, call or text (616) 607-4914 or (618) 973-0191.
The Amy Center is a charitable not-for-profit organization that provides advocacy services to victims and their families at no charge. They depend on donations, grants and fundraisers for their funding.
The Amy Center is based in Mt. Vernon, but serves seven counties in southern Illinois: Clay, Clinton, Hamilton, Jefferson, Marion, Washington and Wayne. They have just opened a Washington County satellite office located on W. St. Louis Street in Nashville.
The Amy Center helps local law enforcement, prosecutors and human services agencies in handling 200 cases per year, and generally, about 70 to 80 cases are active per month.
For more information on the Amy Center and the work that they do there, please visit www.amycenter.mvn.net.

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