Dominican University's 38th Annual Trustee Benefit Concert and Gala

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By Community Editor

Dominican University's 38th Annual Trustee Benefit Concert and Gala
on Saturday, March 11 raised a record-breaking $600,000 for student
scholarships. Chaired by River Forest residents Mary Jo Herseth, university
board member, and Stephen Herseth, the event drew almost 700 people to
a stunning performance by Broadway stars Megan Hilty and Brian Stokes
Mitchell. In addition, the university presented Terry Mazany, former president
and CEO of The Chicago Community Trust, with the Bravo Award for his
philanthropic leadership and contributions to arts education in Chicago.

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