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Young Lawyers to host Bean Bag Tournament on April 16

ISBA?YLD Bean Bag PartyTickets and sponsorships now available for the ISBA Young Lawyers Division's Annual Bean Bag Tournament!


Please join us at the YLD's Annual Bean Bag Tournament on Saturday, April 16 to show off your bean bag tossing skills while supporting the ISBA/YLD Children's Assistance Fund. This fund provides grants to organizations throughout Illinois related to children and law. Over the past sixteen years, the Children's Assistance Fund has distributed nearly $300,000 in grants, due, in large part, to the support and participation in events like the Bean Bag Tournament. We hope you help us continue this tradition of giving by joining us this year at our new location – Joe's Brewery in Champaign!

What: Open bar, warm appetizers and an afternoon full of friends and friendly competition!

When: Saturday, April 16, 2016 from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Where: Joe's Brewery 706 S 5th Street, Champaign, Illinois 61820

Cost: $25 / person for tickets purchased online through Wednesday, April 16
         $35 / person for tickets purchased at the door
         $65 per two-member team (team fee includes two wristbands and entry in the Bean Bag Tournament).

All teams must be registered by Wednesday, April 13. Online Registration will also close April 13.

Alternatively, please consider being a sponsor of this annual event.

  • $1000 – Professional – two teams plus 8 individual tickets or equivalent (12 tickets with no teams or one team plus 10 individual tickets)
  • $500 – Semi-Pro – one team plus 3 individual tickets (or 5 individual tickets with no team)
  • $250 – Amateur – 2 individual tickets or one team

[The Children's Assistance Fund is a fund of the Illinois Bar Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.]

Register now!

Questions? Email Blake Howard,

Posted on March 25, 2016 by Morgan Yingst
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