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Volunteers in the News
We spotlight an exceptional pet available for adoption from a local rescue.
Rebecca Silverman is a finalist in the Intel For Change contest that offers three women the chance to travel to one of three countries and make a difference.
Volunteers in the News, Awareness
Longtime Skokie resident and Holocaust survivor Magda Brown received an honorary doctorate from Aurora University. Read about her extraordinary journey here.
Volunteers in the News, Arts, Awareness, Going Green
Join the Skokie Art Walk downtown throughout the month of May. Check out these awesome paintings by area artists.
Skokie residents can enroll at NorthShore Skokie Hospital, Abramson Conference Room, 9600 Gross Point Road, Skokie, Wednesday, June 19.
Since 1991, the Skokie Festival of Cultures has attracted dozens of cultures and thousands of visitors. This year, it turns 23.
Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files, Awareness
Patch regularly features pets available for adoption from C.A.R.E. at Evanston's Animal Shelter.
Government, Police & Fire, Volunteers in the News, Awareness
The Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists and three victim's advocates recently received accolades relating to their service to victims of drunk and distracted driving crashes, along with their families.
In 2003, Mike Walton, a commodities trader in Chicago, started performing close-up magic for hospitalized children at Rush Children’s Hospital.
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