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  • Avers Community Garden
    Some might view an empty city lot overrun with broken bottles, weeds, and loiterers as an eyesore to be avoided. Karen Trout and Laura Michel saw it as an opportunity for action. Thanks to these women, three empty lots—located on the corner of Avers Avenue and Cermak Road in Chicago’s North Lawndale neighborhood—became the Avers Community Garden, a project that won first prize in Placemaking Chicago's 2012 Space in Between contest. In addition to flourishing gardens where residents grow their own produce, the space hosts educational after-school and summer programs for neighborhood children. These kids help maintain the garden by picking up trash, watering plants, and pulling weeds—but they also have plenty of time to play, thanks to a gravel bike track and, in the future, safe playground equipment.
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    123 Main Street
    Evanston, IL US
  • Home Health Service-Presbyterian
    Visit Home Health Service-Presbyterian in Evanston and get your overall health back on the right track. Home Health Service-Presbyterian happily accepts all major credit cards as a form of payment. Schedule a routine check-up with a doctor at Home Health Service-Presbyterian and keep your body healthy.
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    3200 Grant Street
    Evanston, IL US
  • St Luke's Episcopal Church
    Expand your horizons as you take in the beauties of culture at St Luke's Episcopal Church in Evanston. If you're not in the mood to drive, hop on public transportation instead; Main (Purple, Evanston Express) is a nearby stop. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    939 Hinman Avenue
    Evanston, IL US
  • Adaptive Adventures
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Adaptive Adventures facet_type_id: ca3007a0-5f3a-1032-bffd-4460fcc8f2f0 html_text: Matt Feeney and Joel Berman share a disability and a dream. Feeney broke his neck diving off a 100-foot cliff and Berman lost his ability to walk after a runaway flatcar hit him while laying rail tracks. Together they founded Adaptive Adventures to improve the lives of individuals with disabilities through participation in sports and outdoor recreation. The organization runs progressive sports programs year-round for children, adults, and service members who have been severely injured in conflicts abroad. They cater to people with a wide range of disabilities, including spinal-cord injuries, amputations, and cerebral palsy. The programs help build confidence and social skills in participants who could not otherwise afford equipment, training, and travel for recreational sports.
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    9501 Skokie Boulevard
    Skokie, IL US
  • Word On Fire Catholic Ministries
    Want to explore the world without the stress of travel? Plan a visit to Word On Fire Catholic Ministries, the premier cultural center of Skokie. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    5215 Old Orchard Road
    Skokie, IL US
  • Chicagoland Bowling
    If you've been bowling in Chicago, chances are pretty good you've been to a Chicagoland Bowling establishment. With member centers from the north to the south, the organization connects pin destroyers all over the city. The advantages of this network include tournaments that span the entire region, scholarship programs for talented youth bowlers, and a cornucopia of options for entertainers who juggle bowling pins.
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    7356 N Cicero
    Lincolnwood, IL US

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