Get your motor running and head over to Morris this Saturday night, June 11, for the first Cruise Night of the summer season.
Grundy Community Volunteer Hospice will be the beneficiary of the June 11 event on Liberty Street in downtown Morris. The event gets under way at 6 p.m.
Hospice will have a food stand at the corner of North and Liberty streets (MBN Security Systems parking lot) featuring hamburgers, cheeseburgers, hot dogs, tacos in a bag, chips, pop and water. Food prices range from 50 cents for chips to $2.50 for a cheeseburger.
Tickets for a 50/50 raffle to benefit hospice will also be sold.
Visitors to Cruise Night are encouraged to stop by the stand to eat, or at least to check out the grill on loan from ExxonMobil — Joliet Refinery.
Grundy Community Volunteer Hospice started in 1986 and is one of the few hospices left in the state of Illinois that is run and operated solely by volunteers. The hospice depends on the generosity of individual donors, contributions, grants from United Way, and memorials.