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Cubs, Sox alums to return to Boomers Stadium
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Jul 14, 2017 6:21 PM
The Larry A. Pogofsky Cubs/Sox All-Star Softball Challenge is set to return to Boomers Stadium for a day of charity beginning 2 p.m. Sept. 23.
Join in fifth annual Shop with a Cop golf outing
Submitted by Shop with a Cop-Dundee Township
Jul 14, 2017 11:56 AM
July 18 is the deadline to sign up for the fifth annual Shop with a Cop Golf Outing tournament. It will be on Friday, July 21, at the Golf Club of Illinois in Algonquin.
Gurnee family to be featured on July 27 EWTN program
Jul 17, 2017 9:41 AM
In this special presentation, one story features Vincentians from St. Paul the Apostle in Gurnee helping Isabella Mack, a young girl born with a rare brain malformation gain the freedom to move around her own home.
Fox Valley Presbyterian to host benefit golf tournament, dinner
Submitted by Fox Valley Presbyterian Church
Jul 14, 2017 9:25 PM
The fifth annual Links for Living Waters Charity Golf Tournament and Dinner on Aug. 25 is open for registration. Proceeds will support installation of new clean water systems and ongoing health and hygiene education in Guatemalan villages.
Eight local eateries join in Cocktails in the Park
Jul 13, 2017 8:42 PM
Batavia MainStreet invites you to "Cocktails in the Park," the annual fundraiser, on Saturday, July 22, in Appleton Park.
Farm-to-Fork gourmet dinner combines al fresco dining with earth's bounty
Submitted by The Conservation Foundation
Jul 13, 2017 2:58 PM
As part of its 45th anniversary celebration, The Conservation Foundation is inviting 150 friends to enjoy a meal specially prepared by a gourmet chef Saturday, Aug. 12, at McDonald Farm in Naperville. While dining al fresco on the 60-acre farm not far from where some of the meal was grown, guests will be entertained by Katie Moritz, an award-winning hammered dulcimer musician.
Arlington Heights teen's death raises awareness for cystic fibrosis
By Jamie Sotonoff
Jul 13, 2017 5:33 AM
The death of 18-year-old Prospect High School alumna Gabby Ives is raising awareness about cystic fibrosis.
Heartland Blood Centers issues critical appeal for donors
Submitted by Heartland Blood Centers
Jul 15, 2017 11:51 AM
"June collections were below required levels by more than 25 percent," said Amy Smith of Heartland Blood Centers. "This coupled with ongoing trauma situations, including several liver transplants and pregnancy complications, has put a critical strain on the supply here in Chicago. If you have been watching the news, this is not only a Chicagoland problem, but a national problem. We are in crisis and we need you to donate now."
Darwin Realty executives volunteer at Lambs Farm
Jul 12, 2017 9:47 AM
Darwin Realty executives recently donated a day of time working at Lambs Farm, a non-profit organization that provides residences and jobs for adults with disabilities.
Anonapalooza Sober Festival features music, family fun
Submitted by Anonapalooza Planning Committee
Jul 12, 2017 6:27 PM
A Man in Recovery Foundation and Hope Outreach Foundation will co-host the ninth annual Anonapalooza Family Summer Fest on Sunday, July 16. Featuring seven local musical bands, the festival also hosts family friendly activities and includes children's games, face painting, bounce house, and raffle.
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