Rotary of Naperville took a swing at a new event this year with Festiville, held at Topgolf.
“We wanted to get something fresh, try something new. It did great, so we thought we’d go out on a high note with Soup’s On and start something new,” said John Norman, President Elect with the Rotary Club of Naperville.
Over 100 Festiville goers teed up at Topgolf to enjoy games, live music, craft beer tastings, and raffles.
All of the proceeds go towards three charities – this year the charities selected were Samaritan Interfaith, Loaves and Fishes, and 360 Youth Services.
“The Naperville Rotary Club and Rotary Charities have been an incredible benefactor for 360 youth services for many years,” said Katy LeClair, CEO of 360 Youth Services. “Over the course of time they’ve helped us support our housing services and other vital services for youth in our community.”
Thanks to events like Festiville, the Rotary Club of Naperville is able to give away over 350,000 dollars in support of the local community every year.
“The Rotary Club has been such a great community partner in so many ways and we’re incredibly thankful for their support,” said LeClair.
Naperville News 17’s Blane Erwin reports.
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