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Rotary’s Soup’s On! 2012 is Oct. 21 at Tellabs

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Soups On! 2012, hosted by the Rotary Club of Naperville, will run from 11:30AM to 5PM Sun., Oct. 21, at Tellabs Atrium, located at 1415 W. Diehl Road.

The popular fundraiser benefits Hesed House, Loaves & Fishes and DuPage PADS, now raising tens of thousands of dollars on a Sunday afternoon.

“If you haven’t attended Soup’s On!, you’ve missed a wonderful family-friendly, casual event to help three worthy organizations provide shelter, food and services to needy families in our communities,” wrote Ryan Dowd, Execcutive Director of Hesed House, in his recent newsletter.

Since the first Soup’s On event, proceeds directed to Hesed House have helped transition approximately 100 men, women and children out of homelessness.

Rotary Club is joined by thousands of individuals who voluntarily help end hunger and homelessness.

“We are extremely grateful to not only the Naperville Rotary Club, but to all who turn out to help in this cause,” added Dowd.

The price of a ticket  provides unlimited visits to the more than 25 area restaurants that will be serving their specialties. A commemorative soup bowl is also available while supplies last.

Family entertainment, DuPage Children’s Museum supervised play area, a silent auction and a beer and wine cash bar will also be featured at the event.

Tickets providing unlimited visits to the over 25 participating area restaurants are available at the following prices:

Adults $45

Seniors & Military $35

Children 6-15 $10

Children 5 and under are free

To order tickets  or request additional information, contact Mary Ensor at (630) 914-6428 or via email at mensor@hesedhouse.org.

INFO and tickets also are available online at www.soupsonrotary.com.

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