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Little City to host 5th annual Food Frenzy

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Little City, a Palatine-based organization that assists children with disabilities, will be hosting its 5th annual Food Frenzy charity event to raise funds for its foster care and adoption programs from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. May 1 at Kendall College in Chicago.

Guests will enjoy exclusive food and drinks from restaurants and breweries such as Café Milk & Honey, The Florentine, Lagunitas Brewing Co. and Revolution Brewing, while helping children in need.

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"The need for willing families to provide loving, nurturing and safe foster homes to children with disabilities has never been greater," said Little City Junior Board President Brendan Scanlan. "The Food Frenzy brings other young professionals together for a night where they can try exquisite food from Chicago restaurants, while supporting Little City's efforts to find loving families for children in need."

Individual tickets are $75 and group tickets for two individuals are $140. Tickets will also be sold at the door.

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