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The Greater Auburn Gresham Development Corporation Honored by Cook County Board For Community Service

GAGDC honored by Toni Preckwinkle and the County Board, on November 13, 2018, for their comminitment, support and outstanding services to the Greater Auburn Gresham Communties.

Thank You To Our Benefit Dinner Sponsors

The Greater Auburn Gresham Development Corporation is appreciative of all of the sponsors for our 2018 Benefit Dinner & Award Ceremony!

GAGDC TO HOST FIRST BENEFIT DINNER IN THE FALL

SAVE THE DATE! GAGDC WILL HOST IT'S 1ST BENEFIT DINNER, OCTOBER 25, 2018, SPONSORHIPS AND TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW.

12th Annual 79th Street Renaissance Festival SAVE THE DATE!

SAVE THE DATE for the 12th Annual 79th Street Renaissance Festival, coming to you this year for two days, September 9th and September 10th!

How Auburn-Gresham Fought Back and Won | The Law Project's Spotlight on Success

“These lead agencies are all operating on a shoestring budget,” Yates explains. ”To ask them to bear all the default risk of every subgrantee would make the lead-sub grantee structure unworkable.” Read The Law Project's work to defend the little partner....

Follow the 11th Annual 79th Street Renaissance Festival on Socail Media All the day!

Follow the 11th Annual 79th Street Renaissance Festival on Socail Media througout the day! It's not raining on our parade, so head out and join the party! Win a chance for a photo op with a celebrity!

IL State Treasurer School Supply Drive, Support the 79th Street Renaissance Festival

August 31st is last day to donate school supplies to benefit the Greater Auburn-Gresham Development Corporation's 11th Annual 79th Street Renaissance Festival at the Illinios State Treasurers Chicago office. Drop off boxes are located in the Thompson Center, Suite 2-201 and 15-600.

GAGDC's Very Owns Makes It To The Sustainable City Urban App Finals

GAGDC's very own makes is one of the top finalists in the Center for Neighborhood Technology Urban Sustainability Apps Competition, which amplifies the impact of grassroots problem solvers by pairing community members with coders to create scalable, app-based solutions to neighborhood issues. A team of judges will pick the competition’s winners, and you’ll get to help decide who should take home the People’s Choice Award, on June 16th!

Northwestern Students Talks Trash With GAGDC!

Northwestern Students Talks Trash With GAGDC and there is nothing dirty about it!

Follow Us On Twitter #79thStreetRenFest

Tweet your fesitval pictures and comments during the festival using #79thStreetRenFest and on our official TWITTER @gadc_chicago or @gagdc (unoffocial with recognized followers).

Community Plan To "Reoccupy Buildings In 2015!"

On a brisk and snowy Halloween Day, representatives from the city of Chicago's Department of Planning and Development (DPD) convened community-based organizations from the thirteen (13) participating communities for a Micro-Market Recovery Program (MMRP) community partner workshop.

The "KING" Farley "JackMaster" Funk's Street House Party Will Close The 79th Street RenFest!

Rain or shine, see you on the 9', that's the 9th Annual Renaissance Festival in Auburn Gresham between 79th Racine and Loomis, September 6, 10:00am-7:00pm. The "KING" Farley "JackMaster" Funk, will close the festival with the largest street HOUSE PARTY of the summer! Come Party in Peace. See you on the 9!

CALL FOR RFP's: 79th Street Renaissance Festival

SSA#32 is releasing a Call for RFP's for Event Planners for the Annual 79th Street Renaissance Festival.

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