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Kids enjoy Hanover Park resource fair

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  • Matthew Weinert, 4, of Hanover Park, tosses a rubber chicken towards a basketball hoop at the Kids at Hope Community Resource Fair at Hanover Park's Community Center Gym on Saturday.

       Matthew Weinert, 4, of Hanover Park, tosses a rubber chicken towards a basketball hoop at the Kids at Hope Community Resource Fair at Hanover Park's Community Center Gym on Saturday.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Shawn Prigge, 11, of Hanover Park, with Boy Scouts Troop 398, tosses a rubber chicken towards a basketball hoop at the Kids at Hope Community Resource Fair at Hanover Park's Community Center Gym on Saturday.

       Shawn Prigge, 11, of Hanover Park, with Boy Scouts Troop 398, tosses a rubber chicken towards a basketball hoop at the Kids at Hope Community Resource Fair at Hanover Park's Community Center Gym on Saturday.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Roxanna Perez, 11, of Hanover Park participates in a hula-hoop contest at the Kids at Hope Community Resource Fair at Hanover Park's Community Center Gym on Saturday.

       Roxanna Perez, 11, of Hanover Park participates in a hula-hoop contest at the Kids at Hope Community Resource Fair at Hanover Park's Community Center Gym on Saturday.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Montse Acosta, 9, gets a snowman painted on her face by Ruth Flores playing the role of Chispita the Clown, both of Hanover Park, at the Kids at Hope Community Resource Fair at Hanover Park's Community Center Gym on Saturday.

       Montse Acosta, 9, gets a snowman painted on her face by Ruth Flores playing the role of Chispita the Clown, both of Hanover Park, at the Kids at Hope Community Resource Fair at Hanover Park's Community Center Gym on Saturday.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

 
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Hanover Park held a Kids at Hope Community Resource Fair Saturday at the Hanover Park Park District Community Center, 1919 Walnut Ave.

Kids at Hope is a Phoenix-based nonprofit group modeled on a "belief system that all children are capable of success," Hanover Park Mayor Rodney Craig said.

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The event is designed to give parents a one-stop-shop where they can browse programs and services that best suit their children's interests.

Both public and private groups participated, including police and fire departments, the park district, churches and businesses.

For information, call (630) 736-3548 or visit kidsathope.org.

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