Free Supper Friday:

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Free Supper Friday:


Free supper Friday:

Bethany Community Supper serves a free meal from 5 to 7 p.m. Jan. 25 at Bethany Lutheran Church, Wilson and Lincoln streets, Batavia. The entree is tacos, and dessert is a sundae bar. Visit bethanybatavia.org or call (630) 879-3444.

STCE students sell T-shirts:

St. Charles East High School boys basketball players and cheerleaders are raising money for cancer research by selling Hoops for Hope T-shirts at the boys basketball games Friday and Feb. 2, and at the Hoops for Hope charity game Feb. 9. Students can also buy T-shirts at lunchtime in the cafeteria through Feb. 8. T-shirts are $10 and include free admission to the game. Proceeds benefit the Jimmy V Foundation. Call Jill Adduci at (630) 335-9355.

High school art display:

The drawings and photography of 45 Aurora Christian High School students will be displayed at the Schingoethe Art Gallery at Aurora University until Friday. An awards ceremony announcing scholarship winners will be at 4:30 p.m. today. Visitors can view the gallery from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. today and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday in the basement of Dunham Hall at 347 S. Gladstone Ave.

LivingWell Bridge Walk party:

LivingWell Cancer Resource Center's Bridge Walk kickoff party and pancake breakfast is at 9 a. …

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