Fundraiser Planned for Perry-Jackson Child Advocacy Center
PINCKNEYVILLE -- Many local non-profits rely on help from the state, but because of Illinois' budget problems, that funding's not so reliable. So, groups are forced to turn to the community for help.
"This event is a 90's themed trivia night," said Betti Mucha, executive director of the Perry-Jackson Child Advocacy Center. "Most of the people that come don't know our clients personally, and that's okay. But, they do know what we do does benefit the children in their community and that's kind of all that matters."
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