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Hello, Neighbours

I am an out of town investor and I am wondering what the neighbourhoods along 61st street are like? Would this be considered a war zone?

  • Tina Hammond Childcare provider in the Englewood community

    Yes Mark I am a ride or die for my community and I have been on the news for the positive side,my husbands flower garden we won a contest.There is Beauty that the media does not show.My husband has cleaned the block for the 2yrs we have been here.We know that we are the difference in our community.Treat the homes u purchase as your own and u never know what change u will make in that community.

  • Mark Conroy Real Estate Investor

    Hi Tina,

    thanks for the solid advice. You are right, all that has to be done to improve a neighbourhood is for everyone to pull together and do little things like you are doing, gardening, cleaning up and the community gets bstter as a whole.

    Mark

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Do Business with Whole Foods Market

Whole Foods Market is partnering with the City and the Greater Englewood Community Development Corporation to host a three series workshop forum for small businesses.  These workshops will help minimize the barriers of starting a business and to help businesses explore the opportunity of doing business with Whole Foods Market.  

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Help COV Help the Community With a Vote!

Help COV help the community! Vote for COV today in the Aetna National Voices of Health competition: http://www.aetnavoicesofhealth.com/community-outreach-volunteers.php

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VOICES OF WEST ENGLEWOOD COMMUNITY MEETING ALERT!

On November 1, 2014, South-wood Cornell Interventions Drugs Facility, located at 5701 South Wood Street will receive 72 formerly incarcerated citizens for permanent residence. The facility regularly services 70 to 85 presently and formerly incarcerated citizens in their facility on a Daily Basis. 

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Kick Off Meeting for Hamilton Park Advisory Council - 10/22 at 6pm

After RAGE announced a call-to action last week for concern citizens to join a newly created Advisory Council at Hamilton Park Cultural Center, many residents and others concerned about the cultural center answered the call! There is a kick off meeting scheduled at Hamilton Park located at 513 W. 72nd St. on Wednesday, October 22nd at 6pm.  If you are interested in exploring this idea and discussing ways to implement an effective council, please feel free to join this meeting. 

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Englewood Celebrates Chicago Artists Month

ECCPC is excited to present "Magnitude & Bond" as a part of Chicago Artist Month! Our council will bring performing artists together of different ages, cultures, communities and styles (jazz, classical, R&B, blues, dance,) to create an evening where the sounds and movement crosses cultures, ages, heart beats and communities to unite one rhythmic city for one night in one place. -Friday, October 17, 2014 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm - Hamilton Park - 513 West 72nd Street.

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Englewood Flyover Now Smoothing Out South Side Metra Rides

...carrying test trains along the Metra Rock Island District tracts. The mile-long flyover, near 63rd Street and Wentworth Avenue, is one of the largest projects within CREATE, a larger program to untangle railroad flows...

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...flyover for SouthWest Service trains, after another CREATE project is constructed. That flyover [PDF], at 75th Street and Normal Avenue, will allow SWS trains to head to downtown Chicago on the RID tracks. The switch...

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Englewood Votes! Where Do You Stand?

Learn more about the issues and judges on the ballot in the November 4th election. Hear from retired judges, The Cook County Bar Association and others...

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Help Stop Violence in Your Community

Do you wish researchers and other officials would ask for your ideas about violence? Come share your thoughts about violence in and around Englewood, West Englewood, Chicago Lawn, and Auburn Gresham. We’ll talk about data about violence and its causes and some of the great work being done to address these issues. Most importantly, we want to hear from you:

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Hamilton Park Seeks Members for New Advisory Council

Englewood residents are needed for a newly created Advisory Council at Hamilton Park Cultural Center! An advisory council is a voluntary group of individuals who meet on a regular basis to support the effective functioning of their local park.

Oct 07

Meet the Author Elaine Hegwood-Bowen and Book Signing - Wednesday at 5:30pm!

SISTERS IN THE STRUGGLE (S.I.S.) and the ENGLEWOOD COMMUNITY CULTURAL PLANNING COUNCIL PRESENTS - Elaine Hegwood-Bowen Author of “Old School Adventures from Englewood—South Side of Chicago - Wednesday October 8, 2014 - 5:30 PM - Hamilton Park - 513 West 72nd St. - (Between Parnell & Normal St.)

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Books will be available for purchase before and after presentation Light refreshments will be served
For Further information contact -Pamela Dominguez @ 872-236-8383

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violence

This has to stop, I'm afraid for my ten year old, I can't let him go outside!!

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Englewoof Support for Southside Dog Parks

Dear Fellow Englewoof Puparents,

I'm reaching out to you in hopes we can connect and give support to one another in creating and maintaining safe and fun environments for our furkids to play, exercise and socialize.

There are currently three such places in Woodlawn aka 'Wooflawn' :
Jackson Bark (Road Hazards Agility Course), Wagsworth and Woofington.
https://www.facebook.com/wooflawn/
https://foursquare.com/v/jackson-bark-chicago-il/
https://foursquare.com/v/wagsworth-dog-park-chicago-il/
https://foursquare.com/v/woofington-dog-park/

There are also two more promising dog park developments underway;
one in South Shore's Rainbow Beach led by Marion Brown...

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Dear Fellow Englewoof Puparents,

I'm reaching out to you in hopes we can connect and give support to one another in creating and maintaining safe and fun environments for our furkids to play, exercise and socialize.

There are currently three such places in Woodlawn aka 'Wooflawn' :
Jackson Bark (Road Hazards Agility Course), Wagsworth and Woofington.
https://www.facebook.com/wooflawn/
https://foursquare.com/v/jackson-bark-chicago-il/
https://foursquare.com/v/wagsworth-dog-park-chicago-il/
https://foursquare.com/v/woofington-dog-park/

There are also two more promising dog park developments underway;
one in South Shore's Rainbow Beach led by Marion Brown marion.brown@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/SouthShoreDogBeach
and Bronzeville's Buckthorn Park led by Ephraim Lee xhle@hotmail.com

On a related note; if anyone has any old toys their pup has lost interest in, consider giving them a second life by donating them to one of the dog parks... also any grocery bags for the bag dispensers would also be greatly appreciated.

  • Todd Agosto Analyst/Investigator at Veritatem Cognoscere

    As for all these claims that there are not enough recreational opportunities for our youth. I'd say take a closer look. There are more than enough basketball and tennis courts, baseball diamonds and soccer/football fields all over the southside. Problem is... not enough youth are putting them to good use and as a result most of these spaces rarely, if ever, get put to use for their intended purposes.

  • Todd Agosto Analyst/Investigator at Veritatem Cognoscere

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