Saturday August 15th 3 pm to 7 pm
7100 Harvard Hills Rd, Harvard, Illinois
$6 Children 10 & under
Children 3 & under FREE* *free with purchase of adult meal
All proceeds benefit the Deacons’ fund to help provide for the needy in Harvard.
Serving: Pork, Corn, Slaw, Dessert & Beverage
Chicken will be served as a pork alternative
Entertainment: Music & Fun for all ages
The Harvard American Legion post #265 is hosting the 2nd Annual Golf Outing for Harvard High School Scholarships.
Date: July 11
Time: 9 AM (participants must arrive early)
$35.00 in ADVANCE, $40.00 day of event
A fabulous lunch is included
9am Shotgun start, 9 holes
Contests on the course
Many raffle prizes
For more information, visit their Facebook page here or contact Joe McLachlan at (815) 355-5406 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Listen in at 6pm, Thursday June 11, 101.3 FM, as Lisa Haderlein speaks with John Nelson from the Illinois Nature Preserves Commission. They will discuss the work that the Commission does to preserve the best remaining examples of the state’s Natural History – including places like TLC’s Yonder Prairie. Listen at WHIWHarvard.com, on your smart phone with the Tunein app, or at 101.3 FM in the McHenry County area.
On Thursday, June 18 at 6 pm at Mercy Harvard Hospital, Dr. Paul DeHaan will discuss joint replacement options. This is a free dinner seminar and is open to the public. Seating is limited. Reservations are required by calling (888) 39-MERCY.
The 10th annual Take a Stand for Turning Point Radiothon fundraiser will be held Friday and Saturday, Aug. 14 and 15, at Sam’s Club in Crystal Lake, 5670 Northwest Highway.
The 36-hour event will feature a live radio broadcast with DJs from Star 105.5 along with a variety of summer activities. The event activities run from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.
Photographs with the Batmobile will be available both days, thanks to a rental donation by the Volo Auto Museum. Turning Point also expects to book a popular local pop band for Friday evening.
“It should be great way to spend some time on a Friday night listening to music and relaxing,” said Greg Hoaglin, events and public relations coordinator for Turning Point. “Saturday will be fun for all, and we’re hoping for 50 plus classic cars during our annual car show.”
Attendees can participate by voting for their favorite car, along with the Star 105.5 staff. All proceeds from the event will help fund Turning Point’s mission to confront violence against women and children in McHenry County.