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Two Local Fitness Facilities Ready to Help You Get Fit!

Two local fitness facilities are able to help you achieve your fitness goals and are offering fabulous affordable New Years packages to get you on the way to accomplishing a healthier lifestyle.
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Posted on January 09, 2012

New Board Member Joins Family Rescue

New Board Member Joins Family Rescue January 5, 2012- CHICAGO---Family Rescue, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to eliminating domestic violence in the greater Chicago metropolitan area is proud to welcome Neil Vincent to the Board of Directors.
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Posted on January 09, 2012

BizArts Canned Food Drive for 2011 Completed

BizArts Canned Food Drive for 2011 Completed Canned goods contributed throughout the year at meetings of the Rogers Park Business & Artist Network (RP BizArts) found their home today, as they were delivered to Little People’s Day Care, which is completing its Food and Toy Drive to benefit Housing Opportunities for Women (HOW).
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Posted on December 19, 2011

Kegs for Kids: Drink Craft Beer to Help Kids Read Good

Kegs for Kids: Drink Craft Beer to Help Kids Read Good The annual Kegs for Kids benefit for Edgewater's Helen C. Pierce Elementary is coming up on Saturday. The craft beer tasting festival has grown out of its previous location at Metropolis Coffee, and this year's event will be at Loyola University's Mundelein Auditorium. Read the whole post on Chicagoist here>>
Posted on October 04, 2011

Fresh for less at neighborhood grocers by Mara Grbenick

If you are one of the many people who struggle to eat enough fresh fruits and vegetables, look no further. Three local groceries offer an impressive rainbow of produce at low prices, and provide other perks like organic or unusual ingredients.
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Posted on August 09, 2011

Rogers Park students join the American Cancer Society

Rogers Park students join the American Cancer Society CHICAGO - July 8, 2011 - Selected Illinois students are trading in their bathing suit and sun block for a lab coat and test tubes. Two local juniors, Madalina Bic attending Lane Tech College Prep School and Sadeka Ismail, attending Amundsen High School, will both spend their summer conducting cancer research. Interested in pursuing a career in science, Bic and Ismail will get an early start with the American Cancer Society’s Summer High School Research Program
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Posted on July 12, 2011

Join “Team Bud” at Family Matters Walk-A-Thon, This Saturday


Read about Bud and The Walk-A-Thon here>>
Posted on May 19, 2011

More deaths identified at North Side nursing facility for disabled kids

Equip for Equality investigation details pattern of neglect at Alden Village North, now slated for shutdown by state A federally backed watchdog group says it has identified at least five more deaths involving poor care at a troubled Chicago nursing facility for disabled children and young adults, as well as a pattern of the home destroying evidence of medication errors. The group, Equip for Equality, found that illnesses at Alden Village North were improperly treated, doctors failed to return pages, lab results were ignored and internal investigations into deaths were superficial, incomplete or inaccurate. Get the whole story at The Chicago Tribune here>>
Posted on March 29, 2011

The Recyclery Collective - 2011 Bike Repair Classes

The Recyclery Collective - 2011 Bike Repair Classes Learn bicycle maintenance at The Recyclery Collective, a nonprofit bicycle shop. Payment is sliding scale to make classes affordable to those with limited income. Register at the recyclery.org to save your spot.
Posted on December 15, 2010

Market For All Fest - Sunday July 11th

Market For All Fest - Sunday July 11th The Glenwood Sunday Market, in Rogers Park, presents the Market for All Fest. This night of local music and entertainment at The Morseland will provide funds to support the Market for All program at the Glenwood Sunday Market. The program enables families who rely on the Illinois LINK card to have access to fresh, nutritious local products. In addition, the program will match up to $10 in LINK purchases per card-holder, per market day.
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Posted on July 08, 2010

Join the Rogers Park Community Council for a Summer Fundraiser

Join the Rogers Park Community Council for a Summer Fundraiser Thursday, June 17 - 5:30 to 9:30 PM The Glenwood 6962 N. Glenwood Avenue Chicago, IL 60626 Phone: 773-764-7363 10% of the evening’s proceeds go to Rogers Park Community Council Social Service Programs Rogers Park Community Council, 1530 W. Morse Avenue Chicago, IL 60626 (773) 338-7722 http://www.RogersPark.org Serving the Community Since 1952
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Posted on June 07, 2010

The Treadmill Time Traveler - Sandy Goldman

The Treadmill Time Traveler - Sandy Goldman A new fitness center recently opened near my home, and I have become a member. As an adult, I have never been much into fitness or weight training. Oh, I walk a few miles five times a week, but that is all. I thought that some weight work and some treadmill time would be a good thing (no comments please). I was not prepared for the “time journey” that took place as I began my workouts however. Full column here.
Posted on February 23, 2010

Community Spotlight - Howard Area Community Center

Howard Area Community Center provides emergency, prevention and educational programs and services that assist families to meet basic needs and lead healthy, productive lives: Find out more about HACC here.
Posted on January 07, 2010

Good News Community Kitchen Serves its 26th Thanksgiving Dinner to Those in Need

As a longstanding non-profit organization in Chicago’s diverse Rogers Park neighborhood, Good News Community Kitchen has been fighting hunger for more than 25 years.
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Posted on November 23, 2009

V-Tone Fitness opens in Rogers Park

V-Tone Fitness located on 1550 West Jarvis in Rogers Park is a newly open fitness club centered in the community that wants to stay in and be part of the area as much as possible.
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Posted on November 17, 2009

Rotary Club of Far North Chicago - Neworking Breakfast and Healthcare Reform Roundtable

Rotary Club of Far North Chicago - Neworking Breakfast and Healthcare Reform Roundtable Join Rotary Club of Chicago Far North in a Networking Breakfast and Healthcare Reform Roundtable (Speakers: Medmal Attorney, Antonio Romannuci, Health Insurance Agent, Rebecca Bloomfield, Cardiologist, Dr Patrick Weston and a representative of Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky's office)
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Posted on November 10, 2009

Community Feast - Oct 12 2009

Dear Friend, I am giving my full support to the all-volunteer Community Feast program at United Church of Rogers Park. Will you join me at their 25th Anniversary Celebration? It is on Mon., Oct. 12 at Uncommon Ground Restaurant, 1401 W. Devon Ave., Chicago, IL. Since 1984, Community Feast has provided free and full dinners to Rogers Park neighbors in need every Sunday at the church at 1545 W. Morse Ave., Chicago, IL. The church hasn’t missed one Sunday meal yet. That’s a great accomplishment to celebrate in our community! Today’s gloomy economy has boosted the number of guests the church feeds. Not only the homeless, but increasingly parents with children rely on these nutritionally complete and wholesome meals to help make ends meet. Can you join me with me and make a commitment to help? I’m buying tickets to the upcoming fundraiser for Community Feast and I hope you will too. The event invitation is attached, and all you need to do is click on the link to support this important work. You can help ensure that we meet the need to fight hunger in Rogers Park.
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Posted on September 23, 2009

Cancer Blows- Volunteers Needed

Cancer Blows- Volunteers Needed DID WE GET YOUR ATTENTION? MORE IMPORTANTLY, CAN WE COUNT ON YOUR SUPPORT? Donate funds and/or your time as a Volunteer, to promote Rogers Park's 2nd Cancer Survivors / Awareness Health Fair
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Posted on August 16, 2009

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