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Your Source for Community Information                                                                                                             May 2009 Edition


     ELECTED OFFICIALS TAKE OATH OF OFFICE
                                                                                                                                               City of Calumet City
                                                                                                                                               204 Pulaski Road
                                                                                                                                               Calumet City, Illinois 60409
                                                                                                                                               (708) 891-8100

                                                                                                                                               Michelle Markiewicz Qualkinbush
                                                                                                                                               Mayor

                                                                                                                                               Gloria L. Dooley
                                                                                                                                               City Clerk

                                                                                                                                               Gerald A. Tarka
                                                                                                                                               City Treasurer

                                                                                                                                               Edward Gonzalez
                                                                                                                                               Alderman, First Ward

                                                                                                                                               Magdalena J. “Leni” Wosczynski
                                                                                                                                               Alderman, Second Ward

                                                                                                                                               Thaddeus Jones
       The new City Council was officially sworn into                   the table,” she added. “Today’s challenges require fresh
 office at a ceremony on May 4, 2009 in the Council                     thinking and an innovative approach. We will build                     Alderman, Third Ward
 Chambers. The Honorable Timothy Evans, Chief Judge                     on the progress we’ve made and continue to move
 of thee Circuit Court of Cook County, presided over the                forward together.”                                                     Brian Wilson
 ceremony. Michelle Markiewicz Qualkinbush took the                        Gerry Tarka was sworn in as the new City Treasurer                  Alderman, Forth Ward
 oath of office for the third time as mayor and offered                 after serving 13 years as Fifth Ward Alderman. City
 thanks to the residents of the Calumet City.                           Clerk Gloria Dooley and Aldermen Edward Gonzalez,                      Roger Munda
      “I am proud and honored that on April 7th the                     Magdalena “Leni” Wosczynski, Thaddeus Jones, Brian                     Alderman, Fifth Ward
 residents of Calumet City re-elected me as mayor of                    Wilson and Nick Manousopoulos were all sworn-in to
 this great city,” said Mayor Michelle. “I appreciate their             new four-year terms. Two new aldermen, Roger Munda                     Nick Manousopoulos
 vote of confidence and I look forward to continuing to                 of the Fifth Ward and Antoine Collins of the Seventh                   Alderman, Sixth Ward
 serve the community.”                                                  Ward, took the oath of office for the first time.
  “We truly have a diverse City Council and each member
 brings a different background and life experience to                   Continued on page 2                                                    Antoine Collins
                                                                                                                                               Alderman, Seventh Ward

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 Gerry Tarka, sworn-in as City Treasurer, having served as Fifth Ward   Gloria Dooley, sworn-in as City Clerk, having served in the position
 Alderman for 13 years                                                  since 2003                                                               Calumet City News-May 2009
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ELECTED OFFICIALS TAKE OATH OF OFFICE con’t




Edward Gonzalez, First Ward Alderman since 1999                                            Magdalena “Leni” Wosczynski, the city’s Second Ward Alderman and longest-serving council
                                                                                           member




Thaddeus Jones, elected to his fourth term as Third Ward Alderman                           Brian Wilson, beginning his second term as Fourth Ward Alderman




Roger Munda, taking the oath of the office as Fifth Ward Alderman                           Nick Manousopoulos, sworn-in for the third time as Sixth Ward Alderman




                                             Antoine Collins, elected to his first term as Seventh Ward Alderman


                                                                                                                                               Calumet City News-May 2009
Page 3

HISTORICAL SOCIETY HONORS LINCOLN
   This year marks the 200th Anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln’s
birth. Thousands of events are being held state-wide to honor the life and
times of the country’s 16th President.

   The Calumet City Historical Society is hosting a Lincoln Celebration on
Sunday, May 31, at 1:00 pm. The event is free and all Calumet City residents
are invited to attend. The day will begin at the corner of State Street and
State Line Road, near the location where President Lincoln’s funeral train
passed through Calumet City’s border at 10:15 am on May 1, 1865, when the
area was known as Sobieski Park. A historical marker will be placed at the
location with information about the President’s funeral train and other area
history. The marker is co-sponsored by the Calumet City Historical Society,
the Illinois State Historical Society and the City of Calumet City.

  Following the ceremony, the Historical Society will host a reception at the
Calumet City Cultural Center, 760 Wentworth Ave. The event will feature
traditional costumes, food and entertainment of the Lincoln Era. Attendees
can view museum displays and watch a live musical performance by the
Battlefield Balladeers, a group of musicians who will perform music of the
times.
                                                                                      A picture of the train that carried President Lincoln’s body from Washington, D.C. to
  Historical Society President Sue Warner is excited about the event. “We’ve          Springfield, Illinois.
been planning this celebration for almost a year and a half,” said Warner.
“This event marks a historical time in American history and depicts a part
of local history,” she added. The day will also feature posting and retiring
of the flags by the Ninth Indiana Civil War Honor Guard and St. Andrew the
Apostle Church Boy Scout Troop 268.

  In addition to the celebration, the Historical Society coordinated an essay
contest in area schools. The topic of this year’s contest was “Why Do You
Think Abraham Lincoln Was a Great Man?” Hundreds of area students
submitted entries and the winners will read their submissions at the event.
They will also be awarded US Savings Bonds for their efforts.

     According to the History Channel, the train carrying Lincoln’s body
traveled through 180 cities and seven states on its way to Lincoln’s home
state of Illinois. Scheduled stops for the special funeral train were published
in newspapers. At each stop, Lincoln’s coffin was taken off the train, placed
on an elaborately decorated horse-drawn hearse and led by solemn
processions to a public building for viewing. In cities as large as Columbus,
Ohio, and as small as Herkimer, New York, thousands of mourners flocked to
pay tribute to the slain president. In Philadelphia, Lincoln’s body lay in state
in the east wing of Independence Hall, the same site where the Declaration
of Independence was signed. Newspapers reported that people had to wait
more than five hours to pass by the President’s coffin in some cities.

  Lincoln’s funeral train was dubbed “The Lincoln Special.” His portrait was
fastened to the front of the engine above the cattle guard. Approximately              The historical marker that will be placed at the corner of State Street and State Line Road.
300 people accompanied Lincoln’s
body on the 1,654-mile journey,
including his eldest son Robert. Also
on the train was a coffin containing
the body of Lincoln’s son Willie,
who had died in 1862 at the age of
11 of typhoid fever during Lincoln’s
second year in office. Willie’s body
had been disinterred from a plot
in Washington, D.C. after Lincoln’s
death so he could be buried
alongside his father at the family
plot in Springfield.

     For more information about
the Abraham Lincoln Celebration
on May 31, residents can call the
Historical Society at (708) 832-
9390.
                                       The Lincoln Special carried President Lincoln’s body almost 1,700 miles to his final resting
                                       place in Springfield, Illinois.                                                                        Calumet City News-May 2009
Page 4

PARK DISTRICT NEWS & NOTES
The Calumet Memorial Park District Summer Fun Guide, with information on all of the
programs, trips and special events offered this summer, is available for viewing online at
calumetmemorialparkdistrict.com.

Finneran Pool opens for the season on June 11. Featuring a 127-foot water slide, splash play
area, tot sand play area, and sand volleyball, Finneran will be open Monday through Friday
from 3:00 to 8:00 pm, and on Saturdays and Sundays from 2:00 to 7:00 pm. Daily fees are
$6 for adults, $5 for students and $2 for tots ages 5 and younger. Season passes are also
available. The pool is located at the corner of Lincoln and Freeland avenues.

Don’t get stuck in the long lines at the entrance to Six Flags Great America & Hurricane Harbor
this summer - purchase your discount tickets from the Calumet Memorial Park District now!
Daily discount tickets are $35 and two-day tickets are $52. Tickets are available for sale at the
Wilhelm Business Office, 626 Wentworth Ave, Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30
pm. Cash only, no checks please.

Swim lessons for youth and adults are offered this summer by the Calumet Memorial Park
District. The Red Cross certified classes are only $15 per session. Availability is limited and
advance registration is required beginning May 26 at Memorial Park, 612 Wentworth Ave.

It’s fast and fun, and summer is the perfect time to play the world’s most popular sport! The
Calumet Memorial Park District’s Soccer League is for ages 4 to 13. The fee is $20 for residents
and includes a team shirt. Games will be played in July with other area park districts. Sign up
today at Memorial Park, 612 Wentworth Ave.

The Calumet Memorial Park District’s Summer Shoot-Out Basketball is a seven-game season,
plus single elimination playoff tournament, for 13 to 15 year olds. Games are played on
Thursday evenings from June 11 to August 13. The fee is $20 for residents and includes a Finneral Pool, at the corner of Lincoln and Freeland avenues, features a
team shirt. The league is limited to eight teams. Registration starts May 26 at Memorial Park, swimming pool, tot pool, splash play area, tot sand area, a sand
612 Wentworth Ave.                                                                             volleyball court, concessions area and a 127-foot water slide.

The Calumet Memorial Park District’s new Summer Sports Tour is a great opportunity for adults
18 and older to become a tri-athlete - and have fun doing it! Participants
will play bocce ball, bean bags and Frisbee golf. The Sports Tour runs from
June 16 to July 21 and will be held on Tuesdays at 6:30 pm. The fee is $25
per team of four players. The season winning team gets a plaque! Register
your team by June 12 at Memorial Park, 612 Wentworth Ave.

Join the Calumet Memorial Park District at the Blue Chip Casino on Monday,
June 8. The $20 fee includes coach bus, buffet lunch and E-Play. Availability
is limited and advance registration is now being taken at the Sandridge
Center, 600 Oglesby Ave.

High School Musical 3 will be shown outdoors as part of the Calumet
Memorial Park District’s “Cinema Under the Stars” on Friday, June 26, at
Veterans Park, 165th Street and Burnham Avenue. Showtime for this free
event is at dusk. Bring your lawn chair or blanket and enjoy the show!
Concessions will be available for sale.

For full information about any of these programs, please call (708) 862-6443
or visit calumetmemorialparkdistrict.com.


PACE ANNOUNCES ROUTE
CHANGES
Pace Suburban Bus will soon implement its South Cook County/Will
County Restructuring Initiative plan. Riders should be aware of changes
to the following routes: 348, 350, 352, 353, 354, 355, 359, 379, 381, 382, 384,
386, 451, 452, 460, 750, 753, 877 & 888 as well as the addition of two new
routes, 356 and 372, and the discontinuation of the 370 route. Route 355,
which travels through Calumet City, will now make its northern-most stop
at the Hegewisch South Shore station. Prior to the implementation date of
June 7, Transit Ambassadors will be located at strategic locations to inform
riders of the changes. Additionally, passenger notices and automated
voice announcements will be on routes affected. For more information,
visit www.pacebus.com or call Pace Customer Relations at (847) 364-7223.
                                                                                                                                 Calumet City News-May 2009
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 VFW HOSTS AMERICANISM AWARDS
 VFW Ehinger Bros. Post 8141 recently hosted the 48th annual Americanism Awards.
 The event honors outstanding citizens, public servants and students in the community
 for their contributions to the community and the country. Award-winners received
 plaques, trophies, or certificates and the student award winners received monetary
 prizes.

 VOICE OF DEMOCRACY
 1st Place – Amanda Early

 PATRIOT’S PEN YOUTH ESSAY
 1st Place – Deon-Jamal Jackson, 2nd Place – Justin Graham, 3rd Place – Taylor Harding,
 4th Place – Austin Simnick and Alexandria Abraham

 AMERICANSIM AWARD
 Roland Qualkinbush and Tony and Peggy Dallacosta

 OUTSTANDING EIGHT GRADE STUDENTS
 Burnham Elementary – Naim Artemio Garcia, Christ Our Savior – Douglas Roach, Dirksen
 Middle – Veronica Walker, Lincoln Elementary – Quentin Baker, Schrum Memorial –
 Christopher Szablewski, Wentworth Jr. High – Ruben Martinez

 COLORING CONTEST
 Kindergarten: 1st Place - Marcus Pierre-Louis, 2nd Place – Harcre Payne, 3rd Place – Uria
 Bennett
 3-yr Old: 1st Place – Kayla Landing, 2nd Place – Elias Stewart                               Patriot’s Pen contest winner Deon-Jamal Jackson reads his winning essay.
 4-yr Old: 1st Place – Brianna Short, 2nd Place – Alexander Macias, 3rd Place – Amiyah
 Duke
 5-yr Old: 1st Place – Tatiea Lawrence, 2nd Place – Brya Whiting, 3rd Place – Taijah
 Alverson

 POSTER CONTEST
 Grade 1: 1st Place – Melody Varnado, 2nd Place – Monice Lofton, 3rd Place – Amadi
 Damole
 Grade 2: 1st Place – Elizabeth Fagbemi, 2nd Place – Angela Sykes
 Grade 3: 1st Place – Jared Zack, 2nd Place – LaNiesha Carmichael

 ESSAY CONTEST
 Grade 4: 1st Place Alexis Hamilton, 2nd Place – Mychell McMillian, 3rd Place – Camryn
 Martinez
 Grade 5: 1st Place – Amber Williams
 Grade 6: 1st Place – Nathan Holley, 2nd Place – Ericka McCann

 BUDDY POPPY COURT
 Poppy King Jacob Kies and Poppy Queen Mary Buck

 OUTSTANDING CITIZENS
 Patrick O’Meara and Linda Karakasilis

 OUTSTANDING FIREFIGHTER
 Captain Pamela Eanes                                                                         Firefighters and police officers were honored for their service to the community. From left to
                                                                                              right Administrative Assistant Nancy Diaz (accepting on behalf of Captain Pamela Eanes), Fire
 OUTSTANDING POLICEMEN
                                                                                              Chief Billy Galgan, Patrolman Robert Morrison, Detective Casey Erickson and Police Chief Edward
 Detective Casey Erickson and Patrolman Robert Morrison
                                                                                              Gilmore.


 SSC OFFERS TUITON-FREE “REBOUND” PROGRAM
                                                    South Suburban College announced           The basic qualifications for SSC’s Rebound include but are not limited to the following
                                                a newly developed program that will           criteria:
                                                provide an opportunity for individuals        • Reside within Community College District 510.
                                                who have been laid off as a result of the     • Have become unemployed from a full-time job for reasons other than job
                                                struggling economy to improve their              performance anytime since January 1, 2008, and are still currently unemployed.
                                                situations. The SSC Board of Trustees         • Provide a current Illinois Wage Information Sheet (it is the form individuals receive
 recently granted the administration permission to implement a tuition-free program              from IDES when they file an unemployment claim). If the individual is ineligible
 for residents of College District 510 who have become unemployed since January 1,               to apply for unemployment insurance a letter from the previous employer must be
 2008. The college has targeted the 2009 summer and fall semesters to pilot the new              provided with the dates of full-time employment and a statement that the reason
 “Rebound” program. SSC Trustee Katie Jackson Booker initiated this innovative plan              for termination was not related to performance.
 with a primary goal of providing individuals who have been let go from their jobs for        • Be interested in one of the classes/programs offered.
 reasons other than performance with an opportunity to pursue education as a way
 of improving their employability. “These students will potentially improve their job           Some of the programs may require prerequisites or other provisions for entry. The
 skills, while also completing professional certifications, or in some cases an Associate’s   majority of these classes will begin this summer, while some will not be available
 Degree,” said Jackson Booker. “We need to be proactive during these difficult times in       until the fall 2009 semester. All Rebound materials including process forms and a
 order to fulfill our mission to serve our students and the community, and I believe this     complete course listing are available in the Job Training Office and online at www.
 program will do just that.”                                                                  SouthSuburbanCollege.edu. The registration period for Rebound for the summer
   The Rebound courses will be offered in 18 academic areas ranging from healthcare           session is underway. Prospective students will be evaluated to meet the Rebound
 to technology, within class sections that have the capacity for growth. Seats in these       specifications in the Job Training department of the college. Job Training is located
 classes will be on a first-come, first-served basis – as class space fills up new sections   in Room 4461 of the main campus in South Holland. Job search and career planning
 will not be opened.                                                                          services are also offered to assist students, alumni, faculty, business and industry and
      Oakton College has been successful offering similar, less extensive, tuition-free       community residents. No appointment is necessary. For more information, call (708)
 courses which were unveiled for the spring 2009 semester. Other community colleges           596-2000 x2530.
 including McHenry and Kankakee have also offered comparable programs.                                                                                 Calumet City News-May 2009
 Page 6
                                                                              Summer Ordinance
VEHICLE STICKERS ON SALE
NOW Office is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
                                                                              Reminders
                                                                              The following is a list of city ordinances that are commonly violated during
The City Clerk’s                                                              summer months. All Calumet City ordinances are available for review at
from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm and on Wednesdays from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm.            the City Clerk’s Office, 204 Pulaski Rd. The city also provides a searchable
The office will be open from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm on Thursday, May 28.          ordinance directory on its website. Visit www.calumetcity.org and click on
                                                                              “Municipal Codes” on the top of the page.
Residents can buy their city vehicle stickers in person at the City Clerk’s
Office, 204 Pulaski Rd. Residents who have previously purchased city          Curfew for minors (Sec. 62-484)
vehicle stickers can renew them online at www.calumetcity.org. City           Summer curfew applies to minors (any person under 17 years of age):
vehicle stickers for cars and motorcycles are $50 and truck stickers          Sunday - Thursday: 10:00 pm until 6:00 am the following morning
                                                                              Friday - Saturday: 11:00 pm until 6:00 am the following morning
begin at $58.50. Senior citizens who reach age 65 before May 1 are
entitled to one free vehicle sticker per family and can pay $15 for           Walking in Roadway (Sec. 90-14)
one additional vehicle sticker. Additional stickers are $50 each. The         It is unlawful to walk along or upon a roadway when sidewalks are available
deadline for purchasing city vehicle stickers in person is May 29. For        except at crosswalks. Parents are responsible for payment of fines for minors
                                                                              found violating the ordinance. Fines begin at $25 and can reach $500 for
more information, residents can call the City Clerk’s office at               repeat offenders.
(708) 891-8116.
                                                                              Outdoor basketball (Sec. 62-257)
                                                                              It is unlawful to play basketball within residential districts between the
                                                                              hours of 9:00 pm and 9:00 am. Portable basketball hoops are only allowed
                                                                              on private property at least 20 feet from the public right-of-way. Fines
CHRONICLES FEATURES                                                           range between $100 and $250. The name & address of the owner must be
                                                                              permanently affixed on portable basketball hoops.

COMMUNITY INFO the Calumet City Youth
This month’s Calumet City Chronicles highlights
                                                                              Sound device restrictions (Sec. 62-14)
                                                                              It is unlawful to play music from any type of device if it is audible from a
                                                                              distance greater than 75 feet. Vehicles found in violation are impounded
Organization’s free baseball clinic and offers a sneak-peek into the new      and the owner is responsible for fines and towing fees.
library expansion project. The Calumet City Chronicles airs every night on
Comcast Channel 4 and Wide Open West Channel 6 at 7:30 pm. Segments           Fireworks (Sec. 62-171)
                                                                              It is unlawful to sell and possess fireworks within the State of Illinois and the
are also available online at www.youtube.com/cityofcalumetcity.               City of Calumet City.
                                                                              Solicitation & Street Vendors (Sec. 54)
                                                                              All solicitors, street vendors, & door-to-door salespeople must register with
                                                                              the City Clerk’s Office, the Police Department, and follow strict guidelines.
                      TESTING UNDERWAY
HYDRANTDepartment is currently testing each of the city’s
The Calumet City Fire
                                                                              Many residents, especially seniors, fall prey to scam artists. Always ask for
                                                                              proper identification and if you have any suspicions, lock the door and call
                                                                              the police.
1,100 fire hydrants to assure proper operation in times of emergency. If
your tap water appears brown, flush your system by running the tap            Fire Hydrants (Sec. 94-167)
furthest from the street for five minutes. The brown color is caused by       It is unlawful for unauthorized personnel to open fire hydrants. Open fire
                                                                              hydrants cause a drastic drop in water pressure, which is dangerous during
rust sediment and is not hazardous. Flushing the system for five minutes      an emergency situation. Report open fire hydrants immediately to the
will remove the coloration. The testing is scheduled to conclude in early     police department.
June.
                                                                              Weeds & Vegetation (Sec. 26-203)
                                                                              It is unlawful for anyone to permit lawns, weeds, grasses or plants (other
                                                                              than trees, bushes, flowers or other ornamental plants) to grow to a height
                                                                              exceeding six (6) inches.
        KNEW HER WHEN
WE gold medalist and three-time world champion gymnast
Olympic
                                                                              Branches & Tree Limbs (Sec. 74-39)
                                                                              All tree branches must be cut into three (3) foot lengths and bundled with
Shawn Johnson has new hardware for the trophy case. She was                   rope or twine for disposal.
recently crowned 2009 champion of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars”              Parking Restrictions (Sec. 90-322)
competition. Prior to filming the show, Shawn stopped by the First            No person shall stand or park a vehicle in any of the following places: on a
Baptist Church in Calumet City to lend a hand at the food depository.         sidewalk, curb, parkway, catwalk, street lawn area, unpaved or unfinished
                                                                              surfaces (private property included).
                                                                              Fly dumping (Sec. 74-33)
                                                                              It is unlawful to dump garbage, lawn waste, or other debris in improper
                                                                              areas. Fly dumping is common with landscaping companies. If you see
                                                                              someone dumping illegally, record the make, model and license plate of the
                                                                              vehicle and report the details to the police department.
                                                                              Construction Permits
                                                                              Construction projects and some home improvement projects require proper
                                                                              permits from the city. Contact the Department of Inspectional Services at
                                                                              (708) 891-8120.
                                                                              Automotive Repair
                                                                              It is unlawful to repair vehicles on public right-of-ways, such as streets,
                                                                              sidewalks and alleys.
                                                                              Garage Sales (Sec. 54-1851)
                                                                              Residents must obtain a permit from the City Clerk’s Office to operate a
                                                                              garage sale.
                                                                              For more information, contact the City Clerk’s Office at (708) 891-8116.



                                                                                                                                Calumet City News-May 2009
  Page 7


                    Community                                                       Church
                          NEWS                                                     Directory
                          LIFE
RELAY FOR will be held on June 20 at TF North High School,
The annual Relay for Life
755 Pulaski Rd. The event is the American Cancer Society’s signature activity.    CALUMET CITY BIBLE CHURCH           OUR LADY OF KNOCK CHURCH
It offers everyone in a community an opportunity to participate in the fight      1345 SUPERIOR AVE                   501 - 163RD ST
against cancer. Teams of people camp out at a local high school, park, or         PHONE: 708-891-5350                 PHONE: 708-862-3011
fairground and take turns walking or running around a track or path. Each         Sun., 10:00am - Sunday School       Mon - Fri., 7:00am - Mass
team is asked to have a representative on the track at all times during the       Sun., 11:00am - Worship             Mon., 7:15pm - Rosary
event. Relays are an overnight event, up to 24 hours in length.                   Wed., 7:00pm - Prayer Service       Tues/Thur., 8:30am - Mass
Relay For Life is a life-changing event that brings together more than 3.5                                            Sat., 5:30pm - Mass
million people to:                                                                CELIA GREGG MEMORIAL AME Sun., 8:00am/10:00am - Mass
   • Celebrate the lives of those who have battled cancer. The strength of        CHURCH
     survivors inspires others to continue to fight.                              520 SIBLEY BLVD                     PRAISE ALIVE CHRISTIAN
   • Remember loved ones lost to the disease. At Relay, people who have           PHONE: 708-730-9602                 CENTER
     walked alongside people battling cancer can grieve and find healing.         Sun., 9:45am - Sunday School 577 PRICE AVE
   • Fight Back. We Relay because we have been touched by cancer and              Sun., 11:00am - Worship Services    PHONE: 708-862-7222
     desperately want to put an end to the disease.                               Wed., 6:00pm - Bible Study          Wed., 7:00pm - Bible Class
For more information about this year’s Relay for Life, visit www.                                                     Sun., 9:30am - Sunday School
relayforlifecalumet.com.                                                          FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF Sun., 11:00am - Morning Worship
                                                                                  CALUMET CITY
                                                                                  800 PULASKI RD                      ST. ANDREW THE APOSTLE
ST. ANDREW SUMMERFEST                                                             PHONE: 708-868-1691                 CHURCH
                                                                                  Wed., 7:00pm - Midweek Ministries 786 LINCOLN AVE
St. Andrew the Apostle Church , 768 Lincoln Ave , will host the 36th Annual
SummerFest on Saturday, June 27, from 6:00 to 11:00 pm and Sunday, June           Sun., 9:45am - Sunday School        PHONE: 708-862-4165
28, from 3:00 to 10:00 pm. Polish sausage, pierogis, walking tacos, Italian       Sun., 11:00am - Morning Worship     Mon - Fri., 7:00am/8:00am - Mass
sausages, hotdogs, desserts and beverages will be available for purchase.         Sun., 6:00pm - Bible Study          Sat., 9:00am - Mass
Entertainment for the entire family is planned. Admission is free and all                                             Sat., 5:00pm - Vigil
Calumet City residents are welcome. For more information, call (708) 862-         G O D ’ S W O R D C H R I S T I A N Sun., 7:30am, 9:30am, 11:15am
4165.                                                                             CENTER                              - Mass May/Oct after 8:00 Mass -
                                                                                  675 WENTWORTH AVE                   Rosary
                                                                                  PHONE: 708-730-9162
FISH FRIES EXTENDED a Fish Fry every last Friday                                  Wed., 7:00pm - Prayer/Praise
                                                                                  Wed., 7:30pm - Bible Study
                                                                                                                      ST. VICTOR CHURCH
                                                                                                                      553 HIRSCH AVE
Sons of the American Legion Squadron #330 hosts
of the month through October at the American Legion, 950 Legion Dr, from          Sun., 9:00am - Prayer/Praise        PHONE: 708-891-8920
4:30 to 7:00 pm. Dinners start at $7 and include fries, coleslaw, bread, coffee   Sun., 9:30am - Sunday School        Sun., 8:30am, 10:30am – Mass
and dessert. Cod, Lake Perch, shrimp, combo platters and chicken tenders          Sun., 10:45am - Worship Service     Sun., 7:00am, 12:30pm – Mass
dinners are available. For more information, call (708) 862-8685.                                                     (Español)
                                                                                  HEALING CENTER CHURCH OF Fourth Sun. of month – 3:00pm –
                                                                                  GOD IN CHRIST                       Mass (Igbo)
ESL CLASSES AVAILABLE lessons for Spanish-
First Baptist Church, 800 Pulaski Rd, offers free English
                                                                                  1351 STANLEY BLVD
                                                                                  PHONE: 708-832-0938                 THE NEW APOSTOLIC CHURCH
speaking residents. The instruction will focus on conversational English and      Wed., 7:00pm - Bible Study          1350 PULASKI RD
will be held at the church every Thursday morning at 9:00 am. Everyone is         Sun., 10:00am - Sunday School       PHONE: 708-891-1749
invited to attend. For more information, call (708) 868-1691.                     Sun., 11:30am - Worship Service     Wed., 8:00 pm - Service
                                                                                                                      Sun., 10:30 am - Sunday Service
                                                                                  HIGHER GROUND COMMUNITY
                                      DISPONIBLES
CLASES DE ESLRoad, ofrece clases de Inglés gratis para los
La Iglesia First Baptist, 800 Pulaski
                                                                                  CHURCH
                                                                                  415 SAGINAW AVE
                                                                                                                      TREASURE FROM THE WORD
                                                                                                                      MINISTRIES
residentes. La instrucción se concentrara en Inglés conversacional y tomara       PHONE: 708-862-4829                 862 BURNHAM AVE
acabo cada Jueves a las 9:00 am. Para mas informacion llame al (708) 868-         Wed., 7:15 & 8:15pm – Bible Study PHONE: 708-862-8620
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                                                                                                                           Calumet City News-May 2009
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 Calumet City Zone Map of Neighborhood Watch
                                                                                                                  Calumet City
                                                                                                           Neighborhood Watch
                                                                               The best crime-fighting tool in the     nuisances from neighborhoods.
                                                                               community is the community. There       Watch groups meet monthly with
                                                                               are many active Neighborhood            police officers to discuss
                                                                               Watch groups throughout the city.       neighborhood activity, crime trends,
                                                                               Neighborhood Watch partners             and action plans. To get involved,
                                                                               residents with police officers to       contact the Calumet City Police
                                                                               eliminate crime and public              Department at (708) 868-2500.


                                                                               ZONE 12                                ZONE 21
                                                                               Torrence Ave to Bike Path              Park of River Oaks Condos
                                                                               Sibley Blvd to Pulaski Rd              ZONE 22
                                                                               Calumet City Police Dept.              River Oaks Shopping Center
                                                                               1200 Pulaski Rd                        ZONE 23
                                                                               June 1 – 7:00 pm                       Burnham Ave to Bike Path
                                                                               ZONE 13                                River Oaks Dr to 166th St
                                                                               Burnham Ave to Bike Path                Meets with 24, 25
                                                                               Sibley Blvd to Pulaski Rd              Tom’s Restaurant
                                                                               ZONE 14                                894 Burnham Ave
                                                                               Muskegon Ave to Campbell Ave           June 15 – 7:00 pm
                                                                               Michigan City Rd to 156th St           ZONE 24
                                                                               ZONE 15                                Burnham Ave to Wentworth Ave
                                                                               Bike Path to Burnham Ave               River Oaks Dr to Little Cal River
                                                                               Michigan City Rd to Pulaski Rd         Meets with 23, 25
                                                                                Meets with 16, 17, 19, 20, 29         Tom’s Restaurant
                                                                               Cultural Center                        894 Burnham Ave
  ZONE 1                                                                       560 Wentworth Ave                      June 15 – 7:00 pm
  River Oaks Mobile Estates                                                    June 22 – 7:00 pm                      ZONE 25
  Downey Park Fieldhouse                                                       ZONE 16
                                              ZONE 7                                                                  Wentworth Ave to State Line Rd
  300 Jeffery Ave                                                              Burnham Ave to Wentworth Ave
                                              Burnham Ave to Freeland Ave                                             River Oaks Dr to Little Cal River
  June 2 – 7:00 pm                                                             Pulaski Rd to 157th St
                                              State St to Pulaski Rd                                                   Meets with 23, 24
  ZONE 2                                       Meets with 6, 8, 9               Meets with15, 17, 19, 20, 29          Tom’s Restaurant
  Paxton Ave to Yates Ave                                                      Cultural Center
                                              Senior Drop- In Center                                                  894 Burnham Ave
  Dolton Rd to Harbor Ave                                                      560 Wentworth Ave
                                              525 Garfield Ave                                                        June 15 – 7:00 pm
  Downey Park Fieldhouse
                                              June 8 – 7:00 pm                 June 22 – 7:00 pm                      ZONE 26
  300 Jeffery Ave                                                              ZONE 17
                                              ZONE 8                                                                  Bernardin Manor
  June 2 – 7:00 pm                                                             Wentworth Ave to State Line Rd
                                              Freeland Ave to Wentworth Ave                                           Bernardin Manor
  ZONE 3                                      State St to Pulaski Rd           Pulaski Rd to 157th St                 1700 Memorial Dr
  Stony Island Rd to Luella Ave State St to                                    Meets with15, 16, 19, 20, 29
                                              Meets with 6, 7, 9                                                      June 10 – 7:00 pm
  Sibley Blvd
                                              Senior Drop- In Center           Cultural Center                        ZONE 27
  Downey Park Fieldhouse                                                       560 Wentworth Ave
                                              525 Garfield Ave                                                        Paxton Ave
  300 Jeffery Ave                                                              June 22 – 7:00 pm
                                              June 8 – 7:00 pm                                                        Combined with 1, 2, 3, 4
  June 2 – 7:00 pm                                                             ZONE 18
                                              ZONE 9                                                                  Downey Park Fieldhouse
  ZONE 4                                      Wentworth Ave to State Line Rd   Greenwood Rd to Paxton Ave             300 Jeffery Ave
  Oglesby Ave to Torrence Ave                                                  River Oaks Dr to 158h Pl
                                              State St to Pulaski Rd                                                  June 2 – 7:00 pm
  State St to Sibley Blvd
                                              Meets with 6, 7, 8               Meets with 10, 11                      ZONE 28
  Downey Park Fieldhouse                                                       McKinney Center
                                              Senior Drop- In Center                                                  Garden House Apartments
  300 Jeffery Ave                                                              1945 Memorial Dr
                                              525 Garfield Ave                                                         Garden House
  June 2 – 7:00 pm                                                             June 22 – 7:00 pm
                                              June 8 – 7:00 pm                                                        1350 Ring Rd
  ZONE 5                                      ZONE 10                          ZONE 19                                June 24 – 7:00 pm
  Torrence Ave to Bike Path
                                              East End Ave to Oglesby Ave      Burnham Ave to Wentworth Ave           ZONE 29
  State St to Sibley Blvd                                                      Webb St to River Oaks Dr
                                              Sibley Blvd to Pulaski Rd                                               100 Block of Warren St
   Meets with 12                                                               Meets with15, 16, 17, 20, 29
                                              Meets with 11, 18                                                       Meets with 15, 16, 17, 19, 20
  Calumet City Police Dept.                                                    Cultural Center
                                              McKinney Center                                                         Cultural Center
  1200 Pulaski Rd                                                              560 Wentworth Ave
                                              1945 Memorial Dr                                                        560 Wentworth Ave
  June 2 – 7:00 pm
                                                                                                                                       ING,
                                              June 10– 7:00 pm                 June 22 – 7:00 pm                      June 22 – 7:00 pm

                                                                                                                         SEE SOMETH
  ZONE 6                                      ZONE 11                          ZONE 20
                                                                                                                IF YOU
  Burnham Ave to Bike Path                                                     Wentworth Ave to State Line Rd
                                              Torrence Ave to Yates Ave
                                                                                                                                       G
                                                                                                                       AY SOMETHINy’s
  State St to Sibley Blvd                                                      Mason St to Michigan City Rd
                                              Sibley Blvd to Pulaski Rd
   Meets with 7, 8, 9
                                               Meets with10, 18                Meets with 15, 16, 17, 19, 29         S
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                                                                                                                      all Calumet C line
  Senior Drop- In Center                                                        Cultural Center
                                              McKinney Center
  525 Garfield Ave
                                              1945 Memorial Dr                 560 Wentworth Ave                    C
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  June 8 – 7:00 pm                                                             June 22 – 7:00 pm
                                              June 10– 7:00 pm



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