This Saturday: D89 to Host Back to School Picnic | Maywood Church to Host Ice Cream Social

Thursday, August 24, 2017 || By Community Editor || @maywoodnews

Maywood-Melrose Park-Broadview District 89 will host its 4th annual back to school picnic on Saturday Aug. 26, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Jane Addams School, 910 Division St. in Melrose Park.

Among the event’s features include a table hosted by Washington Dual Language Academy (WDLA) and the WDLA PTO replete with face painting, temporary tattoos, coloring pages, snowballs and games.

WDLA and WDLA PTO will also unveil their new mascot, “Jorge” the Wildcat. Jorge will be joined by his special friends Chuck E. Cheese and Clifford the Big Read Dog as they promote education and fun activities for the children.

Other organizations, such as the office of state Rep. Emanuel “Chris” Welch (7th) will provide school supplies, fingerprinting and ID’s for school-age children. VFP

Maywood church to host ice cream social 

First Church of Maywood, 400 N. 5th Ave. in Maywood, will host “A Midsummer Nights Ice Cream Social” on Saturday, Aug. 26, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. See below for more details:

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2 thoughts on “This Saturday: D89 to Host Back to School Picnic | Maywood Church to Host Ice Cream Social”

  1. Can our kids continue to get support throughout the year from the supportive politicians an school board members, instead of one day. I hope so, because those kids are our future. Parents lets stand for supportive education for our future leaders. Lets make sure our kids are not used for self motives for others. Lets hold our board members to they electoral promises concerning our kids. Up with education an down with self service motives. Love our future.

  2. Good Morning

    My name is Roxane Bornzin, I am the Data Control & Recruitment Specialist for PLCCA’s Opportunity Works program. I am contacting you on behalf of Shavonna Cross, Career, and Case Manager Coordinator. Opportunity Works is a program that provides paid internships for young adults, ages 16-24, that are out of school and out of work in suburban Cook County. These young adults are trained and connected with businesses that are looking for new employees, providing the resources needed to get good paying jobs in the area of manufacturing, information technology and transportation, distribution and logistics. We are a non-profit organization. Our next cohort starts on September 10th.

    I would like to know if it would be possible to set up a table at your upcoming event for recruiting purposes. Please contact me with more information. Thank you.

    Regards,

    Roxane Bornzin
    Data Control & Recruitment Specialist
    Opportunity Works Internship Program
    Proviso Leyden Council for Community Action, INC.
    Main Office: 708-450-3500 EXT 242 Fax: 708-236-5186

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