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  • Fellowship Housing Corp
    If you love to try new things, head to Fellowship Housing in Hoffman Estates and experience something new and exciting. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles. Golf is considered a recreational sport for a reason. Come have a blast at Fellowship Housing in Hoffman Estates!
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    Hoffman Estates, IL US
    +18478822511
  • Hanover Township
    On May 7, 2016, Hanover Township residents will kick off the third annual Sprint 2 Spring 5K. But instead of kookie gimmicks, goofy costumes, and actors dressed up as zombies, folks will be running to raise money for their neighbors. Every dollar earned by the 5K goes directly toward helping families having trouble with medical or dental expenses. It's just one of the ways Hannover Township helps residents, including hosting open gyms for kids, setting up immunization clinics, and offering emergency flooding services.
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    Bartlett, IL US
    +16308370960
  • Advocate Occupational Health
    It's about time you see the medical professionals at Advocate Occupational Health in Elk Grove Village. At this clinic, you have a choice. This facility offers both advanced and professional alternative medical services. With services such as physicals and medical checkups, Advocate Occupational Health strives to provide every patient with the best healthcare services possible. Avoid the sickly aches and pains and take better care of yourself with help from Advocate Occupational Health.
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    Elk Grove Village, IL US
    +18472280515
  • Illinois Special Olympics
    As part of its efforts to address misconceptions and boost physical fitness and self-esteem, Special Olympics Illinois offers year-round sports training and competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. Continued opportunities to participate in Olympic-type sports, such as gymnastics and soccer, help these athletes experience personal growth and friendship as they share their skills with families, other Special Olympics athletes, and their community. Throughout Illinois today, more than 21,000 athletes with intellectual disabilities train and compete through Special Olympics.
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    Glen Ellyn, IL US
    +16309425610
  • Br Ryal1
    Metro Dash pits athletes against their own limitations as they sprint through a 600-meter course dotted with 20 obstacles that test endurance and strength. High hurdles, balance beams, rope swings, and cargo nets impede the path as contestants—guts wrenching and muscles pounding—sprint to awaken their inner warriors. The Metro Dash staff stands by to control the flow of runners and penalize those who refuse to do an obstacle for fear of soiling their powdered wig. Metro Dash staff members divide the race into waves, sending runners through the course to climb and crawl in their race T-shirts as spectators cheer on in support. They require runners in the Elite division to run the course a second time, totaling the scores for competition. After the race, awards for the top three cumulative male and female finish times will be announced. A portion of proceeds goes to benefit the Navy SEAL Foundation
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    Wheaton, IL US
    +16306533661
  • Escorted Transportation Service Northwest
    Fed up with hearing about rude encounters between taxi drivers and the elderly, taxi dispatcher Dan Quiery decided to volunteer time in his retirement to righting these wrongs through Escorted Transportation Service Northwest (ETS/NW). Now the organization's 2011 Volunteer of the Year, according to the Daily Herald, Dan and a team of 70 volunteer drivers at ETS/NW offer both companionship and a vital service as they transport senior citizens to and from medical and dental appointments in the northwest suburbs of Chicago. The seniors often have limited transportation options and would not be able to get to their appointments without aid. Though $12 donations are requested for each ride, the drivers chip in their own money to cover the cost of the trip's gas. Still, this does not deter founder Kathy Kasprowicz and her dedicated volunteers—honored with the 2012 STAR Merit Award from The Beverly Foundation—who were proud to have provided 2,453 roundtrip rides throughout the region in 2011 alone.
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    Arlington Heights, IL US
    +18472229331

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