At Tiger Kwon’s Martial Arts, aspiring fighters have the unique opportunity to learn a martial art directly from its founder. Grandmaster Kwon, a ninth-degree black belt with more than 68 years of experience, combined elements of tae kwon do, hapkido, and kickboxing to create his own system—Kwon Mu Do—which he teaches alongside a team of fellow instructors. Other classes offered at the studio include Zumba dance fitness and Turbo Kick cardio kickboxing.
Mission Statement: Family Outreach Program, Inc. is committed to bring nutritious balanced food to persons and families living under the poverty level. It serves Northern Illinois.
Family Outreach Program, Inc. is a federally registered 5 01 (C) (3) non-profit organization, and an Illinois registered Not for Profit organization. It is partnered with the Northern Illinois Food Bank, a member of America's Second Harvest -- the nation's food bank network.
Family Outreach Program, Inc. is an independent charity which is not based on religion, politics or ideology except for the betterment of society, nor is it associated with any other organization. Family Outreach Program, Inc. also does not discriminate against any race, creed or religion.
Visit Mac-s Tap for some true American comfort food smack dab in the middle of Joliet's Joliet.
We'll let you park onsite to help get you closer to our scrumptious menu.
A mid-priced establishment, Mac-s Tap offers meals that typically cost about $30 or less.
So when you need to cure your hunger craving, visit Mac-s Tap and treat yourself to a tasty American dish.
Enjoy a night of theater in Rockdale. Bill's Tavern has the wit and drama for you in their current season.
For those tired of trendy diets, Bill's Tavern's lack of low-fat food is sure to make your stomach smile.
Bottoms up! Drinks are available for you to enjoy.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Four Things About Big Run Wolf Ranch
When it comes right down to it, Big Run Wolf Ranch exists for one reason: to protect animals that can no longer live in the wild and otherwise would have been euthanized. It also works to educates visitors on the importance of these animals (even annoying ones such as skunks and coyotes) to our ecosystem. Here are a few things to know before you drop in on the ranch:
Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! Yes, they have all of those. The ranch’s specialty, however, is wolves, of which it has about 10. There are also skunks, porcupines, coyotes, a groundhog, and a horse.
The ranch is only open to the public on “Family Days.” These occur about once a month, allowing visitors up-close and personal visits with the animals via scheduled presentations. If you’d like to come on another day, Big Run Wolf Ranch offers private presentations (minimum of 25 people) and, for kids, birthday parties (for up to 16 people).
The ranch is federally licensed. That means the ranch, which is also a non-profit operation, must follow strict standards to ensure each animal is properly fed and cared for. The president of the ranch has himself been licensed for 30 years.
Onsite camping is available. Bring out a tent for a night or weekend of sleeping in the wild. Don’t get too excited (or freaked out), though—campers won’t be amid the wild animals. Camping packages include a guided tour, a fire pit with firewood, a portable restroom, and water. If you’re lucky, you may even hear the wolves baying at the moon.
Toy Box Connection aims to help all children receive the gift of a toy or a book year-round, serving as the connection between the families and businesses that donate these items and the children who need them. After accepting new and gently used toys, Toy Box Connection sorts and cleans them at its warehouse, then redistributes the toys and books to its partner nonprofit organizations. From there, the items are given directly to the children in need. Special projects include donating toys to children in the hospital, families of returning troops, and children in special needs or foster camps.