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5 Chicago Breweries Where You Can Have Beer Your Way

10934 S. Western Ave.

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    5 Chicago Breweries Where You Can Have Beer Your Way
    Most taprooms-including the others on this list-tend to be aesthetically interchangeable, all exposed brick and brash lighting. Metropolitan opted instead for floor-to-ceiling windows along its east-facing wall, which lets in plenty of light (especially if you start drinking early in the day) and affords a lovely vista of the river.
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  • Permit issued for easy permit process

    REPLACE DRYWALL, WINDOWS, DOORS , SAND & REFINISH FLOORS, PLUMBING 1 KITCHEN SINK, 2 BATHTUBS, 3 TOILETS, 3 BATH SINKS AND 1 HOT WATER TANK. ALL WORK SAME AS EXISTING. NO STRUCTURAL WORK. ALL WORK SUBJECT TO FIELD INSPECTIONS.

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Ald. O’Shea Encourages Donations For The ‘Get Behind The Vest Fund’

...Friday, the Ald. O’Shea will be pumping gas at the Kean gas station on 111th and Talman. Through donations from Kean, Beverly Bank and Trust, Alliant/Mesirow Insurance Services and an anonymous...

    Ald. O'Shea Encourages Donations For The 'Get Behind The Vest Fund'
    CHICAGO (WBBM NEWSRADIO) - A Chicago alderman is encouraging people to support a couple of fundraising efforts to continue replacing outdated bullet-proof vests being worn by some Chicago police officers. A bullet-proof vest would not have saved Cmdr. Paul Bauer's life this week, but Ald. Matt O'Shea knows vests do save lives.
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Feb 14

19th Ward pancake breakfast returns to again raise money for bulletproof vests

Kean Gas Station at 2632 W. 111th St. in Morgan Park also is donating 5 cents for every gallon sold from Feb. 10 through Saturday to O'Shea's fundraiser. Four other sponsors have agreed to match the station's donation dollar for dollar, he said.

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For the past four years, Ald. Matt O'Shea (19th) has hosted a pancake breakfast to raise money to replace outdated bulletproof vests for police officers. The breakfast will be held from 8 a.m. to noon at the Catholic school at 10200 S. Washtenaw Ave. in Beverly.

The pancake house at 10437 S. Western Ave. donates all the supplies to the breakfast each year. In 2017, more than 7,500 pancakes were served, which equates to 45 gallons of batter. Nearly 10 gallons of syrup also was consumed.

    19th Ward pancake breakfast returns to again raise money for bulletproof vests
    Chicago Police Officer Nyls Meredith sat down with a short stack of pancakes as he explained his experience with gun violence. Meredith, a 12-year veteran of the department, was shot in the leg during a foot chase Aug. 29, 2012 near Chicago's Ada Park on the Far South Side.
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  • Let the Games Begin!!!!!

    Mrs. C. is asking for $305.79:
    My students need these boards games to help support their social emotional, math, literacy, and language skills. My children are hands on learners- let the games begin!!!!
    Barbara Vick Early Chld Center Comment

Feb 06

  • I'm Hungry!

    Ms. Major is asking for $163.26:
    My students need supplies to be able to create nutritional snacks and food experiences.
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These nearby schools are looking for financial help on DonorsChoose.org:

  • Game Day!

    Mrs. Rivera is asking for $208.38:
    My students need fun learning games like Vocabulary Folder Game Library, Magnetic Numbers & Counters,Launch & Learn Alphabet Game, and a few other games that encourage them to work and learn together.
    Barbara Vick Early Chld Center Comment
  • Pushing, Rolling, and Balancing Toward a Healthy Lifestyle!

    Mr. Halloran is asking for $890.28:
    My students need more exercise and cardio during outside time and would benefit from the use of balance bikes! The ability to utilize this type of bike promotes stability, confidence and good health.
    Barbara Vick Early Chld Center Comment
  • Eric Carle Inspired Book Painting

    Ms. DiMichele is asking for $229.27:
    My students need acrylic paint paint, multi-media paper, and books from their favorite author Eric Carle.
    Barbara Vick Early Chld Center Comment
  • Read, Sing, and Dance With Us!

    Ms. Mulcrone is asking for $301.04:
    My students need Read-Along book and CD sets to get engaged and make the most of their literacy experience.
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Renowned South Side Irish fiddler coming to Beverly Arts Center

Tickets to the show at 2407 W. 111th St. in Chicago's Morgan Park neighborhood cost $25.

    Renowned South Side Irish fiddler coming to Beverly Arts Center
    Liz Carroll's celebrated career as an Irish fiddler began when the piano her parents rented for her couldn't make it up the stairs of their South Side home. As the truck pulled away, Carroll's parents agreed that perhaps the violin was a better fit.
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  • Donate to Support Drawing!

    Ms. Spangler is asking for $485.51:
    My students need a clear drafting table and a chair for material exploration.
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Painter Winifred Godfrey returns to Beverly Arts Center for homegrown show

Winifred Godfrey leans on one of her signature oil paintings of flowers. Godfrey won one of the first competitive art shows at the Beverly Arts Center. She is returning as the community art center at 2407 W. 111th Street celebrates its 50th anniversary.

Many of the pieces that brought her acclaim will be on display at the Beverly Arts Center, which moved into a 40,000-square-foot facility on the busy corner of 111th Street and Western Avenue in 2002.

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Construction of the Beverly Arts Center began in 1968 on the grounds of the private school at 2153 W. 111th St. and was complete one year later. Godfrey said her father encouraged her to participate in the first competitive art show there in 1983. She won first prize.

    Painter Winifred Godfrey returns to Beverly Arts Center for homegrown show
    Winifred Godfrey became interested in art shortly after moving to Morgan Park and enrolling in nearby Mother McAuley Liberal Arts High School. During these formative years, Godfrey, 73, delved into drawing and painting as she struggled to fit in socially after moving into the neighborhood from Englewood.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com

Dec 30

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