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Events

February 2016

17 21st Ward 3rd Annual Business Advisory Meeting

9–10:30 am - United Fidelity Bank, 1701 West 87th Street, Chicago, IL 60620

April 2016

29 Intership Fair & Career Opportunities April 29th!

10 am–2 pm - Foster Park Field House, 1440 W 84th Street, Chicago, IL 60620

July 2016

9 21st Ward Shred-a-Ton 2016

10 am–2 pm - 21st Ward Office, 9011 S. Ashland Ave, Chicago, IL 60620

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News items

Quality of Life Plan Celebration of How Your Voice Matters Auburn Gresham!

Auburn Gresham community, came out and celebrated all our hard work contributing to Your Voice Matters Quality of Life Plan planning process. This was the first celebration of our collective works, held October 29, 2016, at the Salaam Restaurant & Bakery, 700 West 79th Street, from 10:00am to 12:00pm.

Woodson Regional Library Project Is Looking for Contractors and Laborers by April 14th Bid Deadline!

CALLING ALL LOCAL CONTRACTOR & LABORER JOBS! Are you interested in working on the Woodson Regional Library Construction Project? Do Need Assistance navigating the bid process? Do you have Questions about what types of positions will be available?  Alderman Howard B. Brookins, Jr. in partnership with Chatham Business Association, Endeleo Institute of Trinity United Church, The Greater Auburn Gresham Development Corporation (GAGDC) and The Far South Community Development Corporation will be hosting a series of hiring events designed to help individuals who are looking to work on the Wooden Regional Library Project. For the next four (4) weeks Mar 17, 2016 – April 11, 2016 designated sites will be accepting applications:

Community Votes! and Dream Projects Are Spot On

The communities of the greater Auburn Gresham area made sure their voices were heard, over the past six months. On March 10th, almost 200 in attendance casted early votes and thier selected community dream projects are spot on!

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