Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Save the Date: August 20, 2011 IMPORTANT EVENTS IN THE 6th WARD

Location: Chicago, IL 60619, USA
Save The Date: August 20th, 2011 will be a busy day in the 6th ward:

The Thomas Wortham Family Educational Walk
Join the Wortham Family, Thomas Wortham Education Foundation, Chicago Police Department , CAPCC and others as they walk from 75th King Drive to Cole Park (85th King Drive) to Stop The Violence in our community and raise awareness on the value of education.
Starts: 9:30 am
Cost: Free



GCA Host Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy
Where: Carter Temple 7858 S Wabash
When: 11:00am
Cost: Free

The 6th Ward Back To School Picnic
Join the Honorable Roderick T. Sawyer, Alderman of the 6th Ward for the 1st annual 6th Ward Back To School Picnic.
Where: Tuley Park 90th King Drive
Starts: 10 AM to 6 PM
Cost: Free


Chatham Yard Sale Flyer (1)
Chatham Yard Sale
Where: 80th Michigan
When: 8am- 6pm Sat and Sun
Cost: Free to enter


Coffee & Cake Benefit for the Kusanya Cafe
When:Saturday, August 20th

Where:Hamilton Park Cultural Center 
513 W. 72nd Street
Time: 4pm-6pm
Cost: Free-Donation Requested



Cole Park Classic
Where:Cole Park 85th King Drive
Time : 12:00 pm
Cost: Free


4 comments:

  1. This picnic starts at 10 a.m. and ends at 6 p.m. Just saw Alderman Sawyer yesterday at the Bud Billiken Day Parade when I asked him about the event. Can you note the correction? Thanks.

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  2. Changes noted on this post and the calendar. Thanks!

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  3. Now the madness starts. I have suggested to the Alderman's office that they institute an unofficial community calendar so this situation doesn't occur. The Aldermans creed is that there is "one" 6th ward and although his picnic will be going on he will attempt to attend as many of the day's event as possible.

    I really don't feel like going off on someone else as I had to do on a GCA member about events on this day. All the events are IMPORTANT and the residents will choose what events they want to attend including the Alderman's picnic.

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  4. An unoffical community calednar is a great idea Worlee. They should execute it, hopefully they can know about all the events that are to take place within the ward.

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