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The 3rd Annual Benefit "Ignite The Nite" takes place on Thursday, April 24th, 2014. This event takes place at North Central College at Wentz Concert Hall located at 171 E. Chicago avenue, Naperville, IL. Visit websites for more information, donating, and tickets and .

There will be silent auctioning along with special performances of dance, music, and theatre. Some of the featured performers for the night include: The Pete Ellman Band, Naperville's American Idol "Gina Glocksen", and many talented local student performers.

There will be a Vip Cocktail Reception taking place in the Wentz's hallway at 6:00pm and the performances to follow starting at 7:30pm.

This event is to benefit PartentsMattertoo (a Kidsmatter initiative) on families facing risk behaviors. These special non-profit organizations help families struggling, and give needed support when faced with behaviors such as bullying, heroin, and alcohol.

The special host of this years benefit for families is Leah Rippe, publisher of towns local publishing Naperville Magazine. There will be a special honoring on this nights event going out to Dupage Childrens Museum's Executive Director Sue Broad and The Buonauro Family for their tireless help with youth fundraisers in the Chicagoland area throughout the years.



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