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Young ProfessionALS Group

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Our Young ProfessionALS Group (YPG) is a great way to meet other Chicagoland young professionals with a common interest in finding a cure for ALS. Many of our members have a personal connection to ALS, but we welcome anyone who is interested in making a difference.

The Young ProfessionALS Group meets on the second Wednesday of each month. We meet to socialize, support and discuss new ways to raise awareness and assist those affected by ALS. YPG hosts several exciting fundraisers each year, including an NCAA bracket challenge, bar crawl and casino night. Members also support the Foundation by joining Team Race for ALS, forming teams for the ALS Walk For Life or volunteering throughout the year.

To get involved, contact Susan Hackney, Chair of YPG, at YPG@lesturnerals.org

For updates and news, “LIKE” the Young ProfessionALS Facebook Page.

Events

All in for ALS Casino Night
Saturday, October 14
East Bank Club

Thank you to all those who attended! View photos from the event.

 

 

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