Bob Harper at Coronado April 17 to benefit Junior League
From press release
Bob Harper, one of the country’s most prolific health and motivational speakers, will be in Rockford Saturday, April 17, at the Coronado Theatre to share his expertise about finding the way to a healthy lifestyle.
Known for his work as a trainer on a hit primetime TV show, Harper has inspired thousands to lose weight through sound diet and exercise advice.
Admission is by ticket with reserved seating; ticket prices are $32, $48, $62, and $124 VIP (includes VIP Meet & Greet). Tickets are still on sale and people can take advantage of a special two-for-one ticket promotion that includes the following: Buy one, get one free now through April 17. Excludes VIP tickets. Phone and walk-up orders only. Call or visit the Coronado Box Office. Does not apply to previous purchases.
Proceeds from the fund-raiser benefit the projects and programs of the Junior League of Rockford (JLR), including JLR’s current community project, RAISE (Reaching and Inspiring Students for Education), a one-on-one mentoring program aimed at increasing access to and success in post-secondary education for financially disadvantaged, underrepresented, and first-generation college students from the Rockford Public School system.
To purchase tickets, visit the Coronado Box Office at 314 N. Main St. in downtown Rockford, call (815) 968-0595, or visit www.coronadopac.org. The Coronado Box Office hours are 11 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Monday-Friday, and noon to 5 p.m., Saturday.
For more information about the event, contact Junior League of Rockford by calling (815) 399-4518, by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or by visiting www.jlrockford.org.
Junior League of Rockford, Inc.
A vital part of the Rockford community for more than 79 years, the Junior League of Rockford, Inc., is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.
Past community projects include Ken-Rock Community Center, Discovery Center Museum and Rock River Discovery Park, Domestic Violence Assistance Center, CASA, Stepping Stones, and MAYA’s House.
Junior League’s current project is RAISE (Reaching and Inspiring Students for Education), a one-on-one mentoring program aimed at increasing access to and success in post-secondary education for financially disadvantaged, underrepresented, and first-generation college students from the Rockford Public School system.
Junior League’s purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. Junior League reaches out to women of all races, religions and national origins who demonstrate an interest in and a commitment to voluntarism. For more information, visit www.jlrockford.org.
From the April 14-20, 2010 issue
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