Northwest Suburban Woman's Club Hosts Traveler's Aid Chicago

Geri Barrath
Updated 6/3/2019 7:27 AM

As America embarks upon vacation season, it's good to know Traveler's Aid is there in case of any problems. Every year Traveler's Aid Chicago provides resources and referrals, crisis intervention and protective travel services to more the 600,000 passengers traveling through O'Hare Airport. A representative from the organization will discuss what Traveler's Aid does, and be available to answer any questions at the next meeting of the Northwest Suburban Woman's Club.

The June 17 meeting of the Northwest Suburban Woman's Club will be held in the Rasmussen Room on the 2nd floor of the Schaumburg Library beginning at 6:30 p.m. The civic and social-minded group encourages women of all ages and backgrounds to attend.


The Traveler's Aid program will be presented from 7-7:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend, whether or not they stay for the main meeting.

For more information about the Northwest Suburban Woman's Club contact Beck Hopkins at, go to, or simply attend the June 17 meeting.

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