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posted: 7/15/2013 12:00 PM

Thanking those who support NAMI work

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Thank you to the people of Arlington Heights from the local affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, or NAMI.

Last weekend several Arlington Heights businesses showed their belief in their patrons and their commitment to the issue of mental illness, They are our own two Starbucks, Jewel-Southpoint, and Valli Produce on Golf Road.

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Thank you to these businesses for allowing NAMI volunteers on their premises for NAMI's annual Tag Days. Thank you to the volunteers who gave their time to meet the people of Arlington Heights. The generous donations collected will help the NAMI programs of education, advocacy, and support for those with mental illness and their families.

Everyone knows someone who has a mental illness or can benefit from NAMI's help. Together we shall help those we meet, or contact us at (847) 899-0195.

Gertrude Rodig

Arlington Heights

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