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Dozens of people attended a Stand-Up Soiree Thursday night, to benefit the Illinois Holocaust Museum.

They tried their luck at the luxury silent auction and raffle.

Prizes included a Chicago Cubs skybox, Blackhawks seats on the glass and airline tickets.

The event also featured stand-up from comedian Gary Gulman.

He said he was honored to help bring awareness about the important work the museum is doing.