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The Cindy Shearin Group Real Estate Properties 15 tax and investment planning tips for 2015

The Cindy Shearin Group Real Estate Properties 15 Tax and Investment Planning Tips for 2015

Well, the year 2015 has just started and for the benefit of our readers we will like to share with them ‘Fifteen important tips for Tax and Investment Planning’. These tips will surely help every tax payer to save some portion of his income-tax and also proper planning for his investment. Here are these fifteen tips:

1. Cut down your tax payments

The first theme...

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The Cindy Shearin Group Real Estate Properties 15 Tax and Investment Planning Tips for 2015

Well, the year 2015 has just started and for the benefit of our readers we will like to share with them ‘Fifteen important tips for Tax and Investment Planning’. These tips will surely help every tax payer to save some portion of his income-tax and also proper planning for his investment. Here are these fifteen tips:

1. Cut down your tax payments

The first theme for the year 2015 should be to cut down all your tax payment and this is possible through two vistas. First is taking advantage of all exemptions and deduction and second is ensuring Income-tax file for every member in the family. If you are able to take care of these two vistas only then surely your year 2015 would be a wonderful year bringing lot of money for you as a result of tax planning and also making money grow for you by proper planning of investment based on the changes made by the Government relating to investment strategy in whole of year 2015.

2. Planning for elder family members

The next step in tax planning is to plan for a separate independent income-tax file of your Dada, Dadi, father and mother. This can be done through gift by you. Likewise, you can think of taking out Mediclaim Policy for your aged parents and this can help you to cut down your income-tax because you can enjoy additional deduction under section 80D amounting to Rs. 20000.

1 hour ago

Updated 2 min ago

Rory Feidler Challenging Ameya Pawar in 47th

The combative discussion regarding the Lawrence Ave Streetscape, a project hatched under Gene Shulter's watch, derailed a conversation about the aldermanic race in the 47th Ward. Just wanted to allow for that perspective and share this: http://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20141124/lincoln-square/challengers-emerge-40th-47th-wards-on-last-day-of-candidate-filing

  • With all the talk about who lives in which ward, it's a little frustrating that the City's website seems to only have maps of the old boundaries. It's been well over two years now.

Sep 12

Updated 27 min ago

Chalanger For Alderman Pawar???!!???

I am SO disappointed & disgusted by the so called Lawrence Avenue Street Scape!! Why don't we call it the Lawrence Avenue TRAFFIC NIGHTMARE??!!? Is ANYONE running against Alderman Pawar?? ANYONE??!!??

  • jeff f life time neighborhood resident

    Cynical Politico,

    I take all you say into consideration and again, just do not get it. Supporters are like leaves, they may be part of the landscape, but fall away and do not make up the core of the tree. While the tree may feed them to an extent, the...

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    Cynical Politico,

    I take all you say into consideration and again, just do not get it. Supporters are like leaves, they may be part of the landscape, but fall away and do not make up the core of the tree. While the tree may feed them to an extent, the fact that a wind, a squirrel, a kid or even a spring rain or fall storm may alter that leaf's existance and relationship to the tree, it's the core I am concern about, so I can not take one posters comments to alter my view of anyone, but the person who posted the comment. I don't believe Alderman Pawar shares all of your views or comments and do not base my opinion of him by your comments, for you are the only one who owns your thoughts and your comments.

    Now I will reveal a little more about myself, I am against Montrose Green too, and for a number of reasons. My first and biggest concern, was when I asked the Ward, what about the rest of the block, concerning zoning, I was told they do it 'one building at a time'. I did not see this as having a forward looking view. After the community meeting, I did something Alderman Pawar did not do, I walked up to people and asked their opinion, whether they spoke out at the meeting or sat there and listened. I engaged.
    When I temper the Ward's office view of "one building at a time" with a comment Alderman Pawar made in the run up to his first election that, concerning zoning, that
    'it is not the place of an Alderman to pick winners and losers' I am left saying to myself
    Alderman, you are indeed picking winners and losers. It has been 6 weeks since the Dec 10 community meeting on Montrose Green and still no word from the Alderman, what should I think?

  • jeff f life time neighborhood resident

    Cynical Politico,

    As far as one's record and the good and bad of one's actions, it is Alderman Pawar that are putting those projects out there and taking the bows.

    Neither you or I know what went on with Mariano's and only time will tell if a needed grocery store...

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    Cynical Politico,

    As far as one's record and the good and bad of one's actions, it is Alderman Pawar that are putting those projects out there and taking the bows.

    Neither you or I know what went on with Mariano's and only time will tell if a needed grocery store should have included the use of the full lot, all the way back to Argyl and not have residential housing built where it got built. Maybe it should have been all retail, a communiy shopping center. I know that Hayes Property is looking to convert the building at Lawrence and Ravenswood, northeast corner, into 122 apartments.
    I know that many on Wolcott and Argyl like or don't mind the 157 units built behind Mariano's but when I went over there to ' engage' the neighbors about the parking and density most told me they did not like it with 2 couples seperately telling they had to park their cars 3 or 4 blocks away from their residences.I did not know the 157 unit development was going to charge their tenants for a parking space, I do not think the Ward office or Alderman did either, for it is hard to call some studio unit or 1 bedroom apartment affordable and charge the young resident another $150 or 200 to park. What then makes that development affordable, parking on the street in an already very dense neighborhood? What is the Alderman's big picture view of the neighborhood?. The Area? The Ward?

25 hours ago

Updated 1 hour ago

Cat found at Argyle & Wolcott

Black and white cat found at 1:30 AM at the intersection of Argyle and Wolcott. Aged 2-5 approximately, no collar, no chip. Sex not determined. Frostbitten nose. Still has claws. Very affectionate. Please help to find the family he/she belongs to!

  • Saw a sign for a lost tabby cat this morning on Wolcott at Sunnyside. Sign was on Wolcott, east side of street. Perhaps same. May want to check it out. Thanks for being so kind to take it in.

  • RavensMaven 5000 Ravenswood Neighbors

    There's an cat matching that description who lives on Wolcott, north of Winnemac. Her name is Grissle ... and she's sometimes left outside. I don't know the owners/people, but they're in the brick two-flat (only two-flat in the block) on the east side of Wolcott a bit more than 1/2 up the block north of Winnemac. See if she answers to Grissle? If so, I'm sure her family (4 kids) is missing her.

1 hour ago

Empty 1 & 2 liters

Hi all. I need 20 empty 1 and 2 liter plastic bottles for a project. I'll come to you! Thank you!

21 hours ago

Updated 2 hours ago

Gun -- big gun -- in an alley, 4400 block West Bernard

We are house-hunting and tonight saw a place on the 4400 block of West Bernard. As we were checking out the garage, we walked into the alley and saw three young men, late teens or 20s, standing in the middle of the alley passing around what seemed to be a gun. A really big gun. Like a semi-automatic gun.

I actually didn't see the gun, because I was poking around the garage, but my realtor and friend saw it and are pretty convinced it was the real deal.

Has anyone seen anything like this? This is a royal bummer, because up until that second, I was sold on this house. Now, we are obviously a little put off.

  • Lauren E Chicago resident for 10 years

    Have to agree with Kenner that 21 Year Ravenswood Manor Resident seems to be misinterpreting the initial post. Didn't find anything accusatory or inappropriate about the post myself.

    Sarah, the rest of the advice here is good- a) all the neighborhoods have some issues, even the ones that are mostly...

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    Have to agree with Kenner that 21 Year Ravenswood Manor Resident seems to be misinterpreting the initial post. Didn't find anything accusatory or inappropriate about the post myself.

    Sarah, the rest of the advice here is good- a) all the neighborhoods have some issues, even the ones that are mostly safe b) attend CAPS to inform yourself before purchasing in a new area and c) keep using Everyblock for purposes like this!

    My husband and I own a condo in the Budlong Woods section of Lincoln Square and right after showing it to very interested renters, a man was shot in the leg at the end of our block. We never had any issues of this sort when we occupied the place for the previous 10 years but can also certainly understand their lack of interest after witnessing it. Do what feels right to you- owning is not renting and you want to make sure you are comfortable wherever you are.

  • Irrespective of what law Illinois has regarding guns, it doesn't mean that everyone is comfortable with them in their backyards (or alley, as it were). Sarah, you should go with your gut. If it made you feel uneasy and less excited to pull the trigger (pun intended) on the house, you should keep looking.

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Updated 2 hours ago

Speed Cameras on Foster

I am not sure if this topic has been covered before, but I have a question about all the speed cameras, especially on Foster. Is the city equipped with cameras that record your speed on the side in which the camera is located, or can the cameras record car speeds from across the street? I have researched this a bit and found that over in the UK there are speed cameras that can record from both sides of the highway/street. But I am not sure if it's the same for the city. Does anyone know for sure?

  • I missed that one... At which intersection?

  • Shelly Lifelong suburbanite, now in South Lakeview.

    Near Pulaski or are you thinking of a different spot?

21 hours ago

Updated 4 hours ago

33rd Ward Aldermanic Candidate Forum

What are some of your thoughts on tonight's forum?

  • Last night was my first time learning about all the candidates and their platforms. I thought the debate was well organized and helped exemplify the candidates' priorities and strategies of the position and the complexity of city politics. I was far and away more impressed with Annisa Wanat than the...

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    Last night was my first time learning about all the candidates and their platforms. I thought the debate was well organized and helped exemplify the candidates' priorities and strategies of the position and the complexity of city politics. I was far and away more impressed with Annisa Wanat than the other candidates.

    Ms. Wanat showed she has significant experience in public service and establishing new programs and systems. I really love the fact that she can get to know and represent our diverse population. She showed she has command of her plan and did a good job articulating her strategies and responses and easy to follow manner. She seems like she has the confidence and demeanor to maneuver through city politics. This was shown through her numerous, and my opinion too many, jabs at Deb Mell.

    Regarding Mr. Meegan, I can appreciate his perspective on increasing affordable housing in the neighborhood and increasing funding for schools. However, I was taken aback by his continued focus on raising the minimum wage and to $15 an hour. The city just passed the increase to $13 which is set to take place in 2019. I'm all for having a long-term strategy but when asked what he will focus on if he were to win, this should not be top of his list. I'm more interested in the short-term what can you do for our neighborhood soon. I felt like he focused on the minimum wage just to get a rise out of the audience. Which it did.

    I agree with what others have said about Deb Mell and her inability to convince me that she has made adequate progress and has a strategy going forward.

  • Chris Dick Johnson!

    Thanks to all posting opinions and summaries to last night's debate. I really wanted to attend, but had multiple conflicts last night. But appreciate all the updates on it!

5 days ago

Updated 7 hours ago

Meeting with Alderman Rey Colon.

EDITED: Changes coming to Montrose Avenue! A development is proposed for 3850 W. Montrose, currently the site of Crafty Beaver. Bethany Retirement Community, a supportive living facility for seniors. This would be a five-story development featuring 130 units (110 studios and 20 one-bedroom units) as well as two outdoor patios, dining and resident-activity areas, and a green-roof garden. (Bethany would be relocating its existing facility in South Andersonville.)
Alderman Rey Colón invites all neighbors to attend a community meeting on...

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EDITED: Changes coming to Montrose Avenue! A development is proposed for 3850 W. Montrose, currently the site of Crafty Beaver. Bethany Retirement Community, a supportive living facility for seniors. This would be a five-story development featuring 130 units (110 studios and 20 one-bedroom units) as well as two outdoor patios, dining and resident-activity areas, and a green-roof garden. (Bethany would be relocating its existing facility in South Andersonville.)
Alderman Rey Colón invites all neighbors to attend a community meeting on Tuesday, January 27 at 6:30pm at Aspira Haugan School, Annex Building, 3729 W. Leland. The Alderman, staff, and developer will be present to walk neighbors through the plans and necessary zoning change.
For additional information, contact Ald. Colon's office at 773-365-3535.

  • Thank you to everyone who was able to go and speak for me and the other AP families.

  • Irving Park Momma Trying to be a good neighbor

    Ditto what Mike W. said. We had planned on attending the meeting, but sickness invaded our home. I think we still need to be vigilant about any further proposals for this land. Additionally, it still has to go before the zoning board. It's Chicago, and anything could happen even if the community is against the proposal.

34 hours ago

Updated 8 hours ago

Food pantry/soup kitchen

Looking for a soup kitchen or food pantry in Albany Park in order to volunteer with my kids. Anyone know if there are any in the area between Lawrence/Pulaski and Kimball/Montrose?

  • bstaswick Urban Farmer

    Thanks, everyone!

  • Grace Covenant Church has a food pantry every Saturday morning from 10am to 12pm. They are located at 4201 N. Monticello Ave. (773) 478-0208. They serve approximately 25-50 households every Saturday morning with food from the Greater Chicago Food Depository and breads donated from local Panera bakeries. It is the...

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    Grace Covenant Church has a food pantry every Saturday morning from 10am to 12pm. They are located at 4201 N. Monticello Ave. (773) 478-0208. They serve approximately 25-50 households every Saturday morning with food from the Greater Chicago Food Depository and breads donated from local Panera bakeries. It is the only food pantry open on Saturdays in the neighborhood, as such it is designed to serve working families that are in need. It is set up as a "shopping experience" for the clients where they can go thru with a shopping assistant and pick out a set number of items, which are usually proteins, grains and canned fruits and vegetables.

    Here is a link to their website: http://www.gracechurchchicago.org/food-pantry/

    They coordinate all of their volunteer help thru http://www.volunteerspot.com/group/111714660206#!/show. You can follow the links there and sign up or email their coordinator at fedwithgracefoodpantry@gmail.com. Either way it is a simple process of picking the date that works best for you. All ages are welcome to volunteer. Kids and teens often man the bread table or help count items at checkout.

    Full disclosure: I attend this church and my family has volunteered there several times over the last year. To give you an idea of the need and the outreach in Albany Park here are the 2014 numbers:

    1,989 Households served
    7,818 Individuals benefitted (total in households)
    68,000 Pounds of food distributed
    130 Volunteers
    2,711 Volunteer hours

    Thank you for reading and considering volunteering!

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Updated 10 hours ago

Ravenswood Metra Station Opening?

Does anyone have any idea when the station is opening? I know it's about a year overdue, but I can't find any updated info with new dates.

  • Thanks everyone. One more reason to look forward to Spring!

  • Catbus Philosopher, Third-Class

    Huh. I didn't even know they planned to build another station house on the other side. I figured they were just building a station for reverse commuters.

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Jan 07

Updated 20 hours ago

URGENT - Husky Loose in AP

we just spotted a Husky running down the alley between Kimball and Bernard towards Montrose. We tried to get him to approach offering treats. He is wearing a collar. He ran off. We are afraid he will get hit by a car or freeze.

  • Thank Jennie. I never saw him so I never knew if the missing pups could have been him, but I am glad to hear you're looking out! Thanks so much for letting me know.

  • Hopefully he's doing well !

20 hours ago

Harver Health Insurance Counter Fraud Group: Health insurance options for ACA shoppers

Maine citizens looking to purchase health insurance on healthcare.gov now have more choices for their 2015 plans. We did a quick roundup of the 3 main players in the local health insurance field in Maine.

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield. A veteran in the health insurance industry, Anthem has been around even before the launch of the Affordable Care Act website 3 years ago. In fact, it has registered over 18,000 Maine citizens as individual clients (i.e. customers who...

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Maine citizens looking to purchase health insurance on healthcare.gov now have more choices for their 2015 plans. We did a quick roundup of the 3 main players in the local health insurance field in Maine.

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield. A veteran in the health insurance industry, Anthem has been around even before the launch of the Affordable Care Act website 3 years ago. In fact, it has registered over 18,000 Maine citizens as individual clients (i.e. customers who bought their own coverage instead of getting it through work benefits). Their enrolment rates is almost twice as high as their closest rival which is not surprising since they are getting corporate backing from WellPoint, one of the national health insurers with a big market share.

2 days ago

Updated 21 hours ago

Men's Ring Found at Foster & Winchester

On Jan 24th, I found a men's ring by the shopping parking lot at Foster & Winchester. If you or anyone you know recently lost a ring around that area, please message me with the details of the ring so I can return it to its rightful owner.

25 hours ago

Updated 23 hours ago

Maid Service?

Can anyone recommend a good, affordable maid service? We just need someone to come in once a month to give a good cleaning. Thanks!

2 days ago

Updated 26 hours ago

Garage w/rooftop deck

We are planning on tearing down our old 2 car garage and replacing it with a garage with rooftop deck. Anyone have any experience with this or know someone that does? I've seen a few go up the neighborhood and think they are awesome.

  • JGS

    Mine was built at a slant for that reason but still leaks. Since there's something built over it I can't check what the cause could be

  • hman in the manor 10yr RP / Manor resident

    thank you everyone for your comments. Definitely something to research. For those of you that have a flat roof, do you know what type of roofing they put down under the decking? Just curious to see what material they used. just had a firestone epdm roof put on my 2unit building (which has a flat roof and guaranteed for 25 yrs. It was a bit more expensive than the blow torch method. They say its suppose to stand up to pooling water.

3 days ago

Updated 26 hours ago

Soba

Would anyone be able to recommend a restaurant that has great hot/cold soba noodles? I haven't been able to find many (any) places that offer anything other than yaki soba.

Thank you!!

  • ShogunScott Living in Lincoln Square since 1982

    Sunshine cafe IS AUTHENTIC Japanese food. Still owned by Japanese people. That is the only spot for you to get soba noodles!

  • Feihong EveryBlock developer, Lincoln Square dweller

    Da Rae Jung. It's a Korean restaurant but it's known for its cold buckwheat noodles. Supposedly, Koreans like to eat that stuff in the winter.

Jan 20

Updated 29 hours ago

Recommendation for Real Estate Agent in East Albany Park area?

Can anyone recommend a good real estate agent who knows the Ravenswood Manor, East Albany Park, Irving Park areas? Just looking for someone experienced and is a good rep. Trying to sell our condo. Thanks!

  • Sorry wrong post Please diregard. However, I to am looking for a real estate agent who will be proactive in search for my home. I have gone thru two agents so far and I want to give up

  • If you're looking for an agent to buy a property, I can't recommend Carrie Weston enough. She works for a small firm in Chicago (Big Shoulders Realty) and has served me well (twice), as well as several friends -- I've recommended her several times. She loves what she does and it shows. Good luck!

Jan 16

Updated 32 hours ago

Beef/Sausage Sandwich??

Looking for suggestions for some local hot spots for a GOOD Italian Beef and/or Sausage sandwich.

Jan 03

Updated 32 hours ago

ALERT: suspicious guy knocking on doors

A little bit ago, a man knocked on our door on the 4900 block of N Hoyne with a story that he'd been locked out of his apartment, left his keys & $$ inside, his girlfriend is at work until 7am...tall, caucasian, blonde, smelled strongly of cigarette smoke, gray sweatpants. We have reported it to police. Said his phone was out of juice but when we offered to charge it, it showed plenty of life. We didn't let him in...

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A little bit ago, a man knocked on our door on the 4900 block of N Hoyne with a story that he'd been locked out of his apartment, left his keys & $$ inside, his girlfriend is at work until 7am...tall, caucasian, blonde, smelled strongly of cigarette smoke, gray sweatpants. We have reported it to police. Said his phone was out of juice but when we offered to charge it, it showed plenty of life. We didn't let him in but called a locksmith for him...locksmith has just called us back to say he didn't meet them at the address he indicated he lived and isn't answering the phone, so now we're pretty suspicious. Not sure what his intentions are, but something just feels wrong about his story and wanted to give folks the heads up in case he's up to no good. If you get a similar knock on your door, please alert 911 and probably best not to let him in.

33 hours ago

6:30 tonight meeting with Alderman

Don't forget, Alderman Rey Colón invites all neighbors to attend a community meeting on Tuesday, January 27 at 6:30pm at Aspira Haugan School, Annex Building, 3729 W. Leland.

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5 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

No More Recycling Plastic Bags?

I hear from my friendly recycling man that the city will no longer accept any plastic bags in the blue recycling bins. That's trash bags or grocery bags. This is confirmed on the city's site: http://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/streets/supp_info/recycling1/blue_cart_residentialrecyclingacceptedmaterials.html

How long has this been the case? Seems lame, no?

  • Yes, those plastic grocery bags and plastic sheeting are recyclable but they need to be handled separately. Left in the waste stream they wrap around and get caught on the rollers that move the waste through the sorting facilities and cause breakdowns and loss of man-hours spent removing them from the stream to keep them from literally, gumming up the works.

  • April in Lincoln Square resident 22 years

    The City of Chicago recycling website mentioned in the first post has brief videos about the recycling process. In the video about separating or sorting recyclables the narrator says something like, "First, the plastic bags holding the items are ripped open to loosen the contents." So it looks like we...

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    The City of Chicago recycling website mentioned in the first post has brief videos about the recycling process. In the video about separating or sorting recyclables the narrator says something like, "First, the plastic bags holding the items are ripped open to loosen the contents." So it looks like we can still carry our newspapers and other plastic and glass out to the blue cart in plastic bags. We use Glad recycling bags, which are translucent. We take our bag of bags to the Jewel every couple of weeks for recycling.

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33rd Ward Forum is THIS TUESDAY

Friendly reminder that the 33rd Ward Aldermanic Candidate Forum is THIS TUESDAY, Jan 27, 7pm at Bateman Elementary (4220 N. Richmond).

This forum is your only chance to hear from all 3 aldermanic candidates at once and will be moderated by Dan Ponce of WGN-TV.

33rd Ward Aldermanic Candidate Forum
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Bateman Elementary Auditorium
4220 N. Richmond, Chicago

- Enter Auditorium via Sacramento entrance to the school.
- Parking available in the...

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Friendly reminder that the 33rd Ward Aldermanic Candidate Forum is THIS TUESDAY, Jan 27, 7pm at Bateman Elementary (4220 N. Richmond).

This forum is your only chance to hear from all 3 aldermanic candidates at once and will be moderated by Dan Ponce of WGN-TV.

33rd Ward Aldermanic Candidate Forum
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Bateman Elementary Auditorium
4220 N. Richmond, Chicago

- Enter Auditorium via Sacramento entrance to the school.
- Parking available in the school lot, enter the lot from Sacramento.
- CTA Brown Line Francisco/Kedzie, Montrose bus (78) Irving bus (80).

Spread the word - tell your neighbors. We will see you there.

http://chicago.everyblock.com/neighbor-events/jan27-33rd-ward-aldermanic-candidate-forum-6619709/

** Traducción al español será proporcionada en este evento. **

4 days ago

Updated 3 days ago

Meet Your Match at Chicago Animal Care and Control

Pop on down any day to 2741 S. Western and check out the beautiful dogs and cats available from the City Shelter for adoption. CACC is having a big adoption event on Valentine's Day Feb. 15, so please come on down! If you're able to print and share the flyer, or share on your social media, that would also help get the word out. Thanks!

  • Bellaisteps Native north sider

    Thanks for sharing. No flyer was attached - can you post it on EB?

  • We adopted a wonderful six year old dog from Animal Control a few years back. So many great animals to choose from that REALLY need a good home. Thanks for letting us know about the adoption event so we can help get the word out.

5 days ago

Updated 3 days ago

Donating School Supplies

Hi all, I have a big collection of pens, pencils, crayons and markers. Does anyone have a suggestion on a school or daycare in the area that would like my donation?

3 days ago

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