Wednesday, January 28, 2015

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Check out the SPECIAL for February 2015:
The Breakfast Box


Fall in love with delicious savings this February!


Start each morning off right with the special box of the month. It includes an assortment of tasty and healthy breakfast items for everyone in your family to enjoy!


Place your order TODAY to guarantee a box for February deliveries!


Only $19!

11 oz. French Toast Sticks

27 oz. Hash Browns

17 oz. Lowfat Waffles

12 oz. Turkey Sausage Links

1 lb. Sausage Biscuits



Order today, but no later than: Monday, February 9


To Order: Call us (312) 527-7890   Visit Us:

Or Speak With: Staci Thomas at (773) 651-7000


Chatham Avalon Park Community Council

               Board of Directors


    Black Women Community Advocates

(Recommended for the Kwanza Unity Community Award)

  In the Chatham Independent Bulletin January 15, 2015 Edition


Ms. Carolyn Wortham, The Thomas J Wortham IV Foundation

Ms. Beedie Jones, Manager Mather More Than A Café

Ms. Ethel Collier, Theta Omega Chapter, AKA

Lt. Christine King, Chicago Police Department

Ms. Candace Collins, 3rd District Caps, PMCC Sec., GPAC Sec.

Ms. Loretta Johnson, 3rd District CAPS Officer

Ms. Gladys Hardnick-Boyer, American Assoc. for Women

Ms. Velinda Simpson, Blue Cross, Blue Shield Comm. Relations

Ms. Neima Feme, B&N Jewelry & Accessories

Ms. Michelle Chambers, Push Education Chairperson

Ms. Brenda Sheriff, NAACP Organizer

Ms. Phyllis Rodgers, President Peer Plus

Ms. Martha Briggs, Chicago Anti-Eviction Campaign

Ms. Darlene Tribue, President, Park Manor Neighbors

Ms. Beverly Taylor-Williams, 6th District CAPS Office

Ms. Pat Hill, Former CPD Officer  & Union Organizer

Ms. CeCe Edwards, President  , GPAC Advisory Council

Officer Monica Cochran, 6th District Police Department

Ms. Jacqueline Brewyer, Chicago Independent Bulletin

Ms. Maryellen Drake, Executive Vice, Chatham Avalon Park



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The Law Office of Sandra J Wortham


       205 West Wacker Drive

            Suite 1750

       Chicago, Illinois 60606

            1(312) 228-4783



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             Personal Injury


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The Paradigm Challenge

Deadline: May 1

The Paradigm Challenge is an annual competition developed by Project Paradigm and the American Red Cross to inspire youth aged 7 to 18 to affect positive change in the world. The first annual challenge aims to generate new ideas to prevent injuries and fatalities from home fires - America's #1 disaster threat. They invite youth aged 7 to 18 (as of May 1, 2015) to accept The Challenge, build a team, become problem solvers, learn about home fires, and help save lives. Project Paradigm will award cash prizes of up to $100,000 to the top 100 teams....»

World of Children Youth Award

Deadline: April 1

The World of Children® Award provides funding and recognition to support life-changing work for children by discovering and elevating only the most effective changemakers for children worldwide. The Youth Award recognizes a young hero (under the age of 21) who is making extraordinary contributions to the lives of other children. Awards will be presented at an annual ceremony held in New York City on November 5, 2015. At that time, World of Children Award will offer grants of at least $25,000 to the proven, sustainable programs created and managed by the 2015 Honorees....»

FAFSA Completion Commencement Video Challenge

Deadline: March 16

With "FAFSA season" just around the corner, First Lady Michelle Obama is calling on every high school senior in America to complete their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) starting on January 1st, and for students, principals, teachers, school counselors, and administrators to show how their school is taking action to get more students to fill out their forms. Create a three to five minute video that highlights how your school is stepping up. Not only will you be making a big difference for your school and your students, but the First Lady could be sending your school a special video message or speak at your commencement ceremony next spring....»

FEMA Youth Preparedness Council

Deadline: March 2

FEMA is looking for youth leaders who are dedicated to public service, who are making a difference in their communities, and who want to expand their impact as national advocates for youth disaster preparedness. Any individual between the ages of 13 and 17 who is engaged in individual and community preparedness, or who has experienced a disaster that has motivated him or her to make a positive difference in his or her community, may apply to serve on the Youth Preparedness Council....»