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Tickets Are Now Available For The 2018 Night Of The Lion At Saint Viator High School.

Byline: Jim Mitchell

Tickets are now available for the 2018 Night of the Lion, Saint Viator High School's annual fundraising event. The event takes place March 3rd at 6:00 p.m. at the high school, and all funds from the event will benefit the Saint Viator tuition assistance program.

"The Night of the Lion is a great way to get involved with the school and meet people in the Saint Viator community," says Tom Ramsden, Director of Development at Saint Viator High School. "It's an opportunity for alumni, and parents of current and past students to connect and share stories about their Saint Viator experience."

Tickets are only $125 per person and can be purchased individually or in groups. Attendees will enjoy an open bar, a huge dinner buffet and dancing to live music performed by Exit 147.

"We've worked hard to ensure this night is fun for everyone, whether you're deeply involved in the community or the parent of a freshman," says Dave Hogaboom, a Night of the Lion committee co-chair. "It's like one big party. Come in a big group or come to meet new friends. Either way, you'll have a good time."

In addition to dinner and dancing, the event will include a live and silent auction. Some of the big-ticket items include a trip to any city in Europe, a VIP NASCAR experience and the opportunity to golf at Medinah.

"The live auction tends to be a hit," says Colleen Gaughan, a Night of the Lion committee co-chair. "It's a fun and exciting way to give back to the school and help make it possible for more kids to attend. And this year, we've received some great donations that we're really excited about."

You can purchase your ticket to the 2018 Night of the Lion or make a donation through the Saint Viator website at www.saintviator.com. In keeping with the fun atmosphere, casual party wear is encouraged.

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Date:Feb 6, 2018
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