You know it's been a minute and you really need to get out of the house. And question? When was the last time you laughed? Out loud? And at a real, legit comedy show?

How about this.

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A night of live, "clean" comedy to benefit a local community organization that helps our students be the best they can be.

First, let's introduce you to Building Twentyone. A Teen Center serving students in the Lansing/Holt/Mason area.They offer tutoring, a safe space for teens to learn, and more. Find out more about who they are HERE.

We all know that the pandemic has hit so many of us hard, but especially our non-profit organizations. The services Building Twentyone provides for our kids is amazing and they are putting on this event as a fundraiser.

This year has been challenging for so many of us. What we need is laughter for the soul. So this year we’re hosting a Comedy for a Cause, both Live and Virtual, so you can choose your involvement in fun and lively entertainment! All while supporting students in our community. (Building Twentyone)

Credit: Building Twentyone

Comedy For A Cause 2021 is Thursday, March 4th.  It's a live comedy show that you can see in person complete with a dinner, live performance, silent auction, meet and greet, and more.

Joey I.L.O. via Facebook

Your comedian? The one and only Joey I.L.O. He's hilarious, he's clean, and it's gonna be a night of laughs for the whole family.

If you'd like to attend live (it's dinner and a show) you can get you tickets now and find out more HERE.

If you can't make it out to the show, you can watch and participate virtually.

Ticket prices start at $35 and it is a fundraiser for Building Twentyone.

There'll be door prizes, a presentation, you'll have fun, and laugh your butt off whether you show up in person or virtually.

Comedy For A Cause 2021. March 4th in Mason.

Please join us, laugh with us, and let's help our friends at Building Twentyone continue to help our teens.

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