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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Mercy Health will be hosting the Seventh Annual Friday Night Lights event on Friday, October 25 at Longworth Hall.    

Honorary event chair Michael Johnson, Defensive End for the Cincinnati Bengals, is attending the event, which will feature music, food, drinks and a silent auction.

Net proceeds benefit the Youth Development program at Mercy Health – St. John, a social service agency located in Over-the-Rhine.

The Youth Development program focuses on providing support and enrichment activities to young men and women aged 11-18.

The program helps participants become responsible adults by teaching proper decision-making skills, conflict resolution and violence prevention.

Tickets include open bar and food. To learn more or to purchase a ticket, call Caroline Daley at 513-981-5820 or visit www.mercyhealthyoungleaders.org.

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