Find the GOOD happening in Englewood!

Posted: May 17, 2011 in Uncategorized

Want to give back or get involved in the Greater Englewood neighborhood but not sure where to start?

Here are a few planning meetings and events  you may want to attend this week!

Thursday, May 19th


Campus & Community Leadership Conference – Harper High School – 6520 S. Wood Street

Find out what’s going on at Harper High School. The 100 Black Men of Chicago and the Diversified Behavioral Comprehensive Care Organization (DBCC), in partnership with Chicago Public Schools proudly invites your company to participate in our Spring 2011 “Campus & Community Leadership Conference” to be held May 19th on the Harper High School, Chicago Public School campuses. For more information please contact Harper High School 773. 535.9150 or 773-501-1972 or via email at


National Night Out Planning Meeting – 7th District Community Room 1438 W. 63rd St.

Assist the 7th District Police with the planning of National Night Out in Ogden Park. For more info, contact officer Angela Wormely  via email at


Englewood Back to School Parade Planning Meeting – St. Benard Hospital – 326 West 64th Street

Participant and share your ideas for this year’s back to school parade.  Contact Sylvia at (773)960-8326 cell – – email for more info.

Saturday, May 21st

9am – 12pm

Englewood Tech Brunch – Teamwork Englewood 815 W. 63rd St., 2nd Floor

Join the Englewood technology team for brunch and an overview  of the Smart Communities Program and participate in workshops on, online job searches, internet safety, setting up an email address, promoting your business or organization online. To RSVP, call Teamwork Englewood at (773) 488-6600 or email


Growing Home’s Annual Community Spring Open House – Growing Home  – 5814 S. Wood St.

Growing Home will open it’s gates to our  neighbors and friends from the community to celebrate the return of  Spring and the promise of a bountiful harvest this upcoming season. Many  new things are happening at the farm and we look forward to sharing all  that has gone on in the past year. We welcome all ages for an afternoon  of Food, Farming, and Fun! For more info contact Seneca Kern at (312) 841-7333.

Get involved and find out the GOOD happening around the neighborhood!!

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