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Be In Our Heart Gala Saturday, November 11th



$100 per ticket. Reserve Your Table Package for 4 or 8 People Today! Call 448-6405.

Be a sponsor and keep SHS affordable and thriving for our community.

Be our guest for a night of fun, entertainment, laughs, winning! It is time to find a party dress, meet up with your friends and family and support Sacred Heart School.


Everyone is a winner at the Sacred Heart’s Annual Gala because, just for coming, you receive 2 luxury raffle tickets, fun cocktail hour, delicious dinner, dessert, open bar, and entertainment. Door prizes will be given away all night long!


The Church Hall will be transformed into an elegant ballroom thanks to Lynn Warner of Happenings by L&L.


Comedian Jeremy Nunes will provide the entertainment this year!

Jeremy Nunes

Often referred to as “Comedy’s next great storyteller,” Jeremy's unique show has been in demand for over 20 years. He’s drawn rave reviews for his clever observations, unique storytelling style, and ability to improvise with his audience.

After winning $200 in a local comedy competition, the 6’6” comedian left the rural, Southern Illinois life behind to explore the comedy scene in Chicago. Once in Chicago, it was at The Second City Comedy Theater that he first developed the “front porch” comedy that is now a staple of his act. Jeremy’s Dry Bar Comedy Special, Neighborhood Sasq-Watch, is one of the highest rated episodes on the platform. Nunes also released an Amazon Prime special titled Who's With Me?! He has appeared in The Layover, The Break-Up, Last Comic Standing, Final Witness, 2 PBS mini-series, Comcast on Demand, a National Geographic Special and heard on ESPN Radio. Nunes is also one of the most requested comedians by Sirius/XM Satellite Radio listeners.


The menu is set! Dinner will be cooked by the Czeiszperger family again so we know it will be absolutely delicious and served right to your table.


Tickets are available from various sellers and at the Church and School Office.




God Bless,

Anne Atkin, principal

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