Date: Sept. 5, 2019, 12:00pm
Location: Meal of the Day Cafe, 1701 South 1st Ave (Eisenhower Building) 4th floor, Maywood, IL
If you are able, make plans to join us tomorrow for our Rotary lunch at 12noon as we have special guest speakers from Loyola University! Please see details below. See you Sept. 5 at 12 noon.
Join Cook County Department of Public Health, Cook County Health, and Loyola University Chicago, Health Sciences Division for the 2019 Food Summit: The Power of Plant-Based Eating on October 4-5, 2019 at Loyola University Chicago, 2160 S. 1st Avenue, in Maywood, Illinois.
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On behalf State Senator Kimberly A. Lightford and the 4th District Women and Gentlemen Committees, we are sharing this information.
Please see 2019 Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
Each year Sen. Lightford host an annual luncheon to honor grandparents who are parenting their grandchildren.
If you are aware of a grandparent raising a grandchild, please complete the nomination form and follow the instructions for returning the form to our office. We would love to honor them at our annual celebration.
If there are any questions or additional information needed, please feel free to contact our office. The District Office telephone number is 708-343-7444.
Thank you and have a blessed day.
Please Join the Rotary Club of Maywood-Proviso
EVENING WITH THE MAYORS
When: August 29 6-8:00pm
Where: Meal of the Day Café
1701 South 1st Avenue , 4th Floor
Maywood, IL 60153
Please plan to join us this Thursday at 6pm for our monthly evening session as we introduce an evening w/ the Mayors Part 1! We have limited seating so please click the link and RSVP to secure your seat (which includes your meal ticket) for Thursday’s special event.
Topics will include: Gun laws, Cannabis legalization, and Mental Health. Please see details below and let me know if you have any additional questions. See you on Thursday evening.
You can click the link below in order to RSVP to secure your spot!
(For more about CSPL, see our Facebook page)
Over the past several weeks a national coalition of Catholic Latinx leaders and organizations and and partners have begun to form around the crisis at the border and the human rights violations against refugees and asylum seekers. We see this crisis not only as an issue that Hispanic families are facing but as deeply connected to the inhumanities experienced within African American communities and the criminal justice system.
In light of the horrific and tragic shootings that took place in El Paso and Dayton on August 3rd and 4th we pray for the victims, their families and the countless people throughout our nation who've been affected by these violent acts that were perpetuated in the name of white supremacy.
For us, love and action requires courage, solidarity, honesty and risk. It also requires us to face the demons of our nation’s past and present, to call forth the depths of courage and moral strength within each of us, to work together for a fundamental moral reform that our nation urgently requires, to face our enemies even during the most terrorizing of times and to seek the conversion of their hearts and spirits.
We invite you to join us on this journey. CSPL is part of a growing national coalition of Catholic Latinx leaders and partners who are organizing a National Pilgrimage to El Paso, TX for an ecumenical and interfaith action at the border and a weekend of trainings and formation opportunities. Find out more and how to register to join us by clicking here.
Cook County Department of Public Health's (CCDPH) will be offering FREE gonorrhea and chlamydia testing and WGCI Summer Jam tickets.
Testing dates/times/locations: Saturdays 12pm - 3pm. .
July 27: CCDPH, 7556 W. Jackson, Forest Park
August 3: Oak Forest Health Center, 15900 S. Cicero, Oak Forest
August 10: CCDPH, 7556 W. Jackson, Forest Park
August 17:Oak Forest Health Center, 15900 S. Cicero, Oak Forest
For more information, please contact CCDPH at email@example.com.
The Forest Preserves of Cook County is looking for community organizations, agencies and schools to participate in the Greater Maywood Paddling Program, which includes Maywood and surrounding communities.
The program provides opportunities for organized groups to connect to nature and water through kayaking experiences. Group leaders are presented a series of trainings on kayaking by Forest Preserves staff members. Upon completion, certified leaders will be able to access the Kayak Gear Lending Library to take their group members on paddling trips at Thatcher Glen Pond or along the 5.5-mile stretch of the Des Plaines River, starting at Maywood Grove and ending at Plank Road Meadow Boat Launch in Lyons.
Interested in bringing your community members or students on paddling trips? Training begins in April. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
For more information on Boating in the Cook County Forest Preserves, go to http://fpdcc.com/recreation/boating/
Loyola University Chicago School of Nursing
Lunchbox Qualitative Research Series:
Ethnography and Culturally Informed Research Presentation and Discussion
Led by Lisa Skemp PhD, RN, FGSA, FAAN
Professor and Chair, Department of Health Systems, Leadership and Policy
When: Tuesday, February 12 (Noon – 1:00pm)
School of Nursing (Building 125), Room 2535 B
Loyola University Chicago Maywood Campus
2160 S. First Avenue
Maywood, IL 60153
Sponsored by the Research Committee
Questions? Contact Linda Janusek, PhD, LJanuse@luc.edu