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Southeast Lions Paul Swalwell, left, Joe Gonzalez, Andy DiSanto and Joe Krenkel pose with the hearing van at the health fair in early May at the Victory Centre in South Chicago.
CHICAGO | On May 3, the Southeast Lions hosted the Illinois Lions Foundation hearing van at a health fair sponsored by the Southeast Senior Coalition at the Victory Centre, a senior housing development at 9233 S. Burley Ave. in the South Chicago neighborhood.
CHICAGO | The Southeast Lions recently honored the manager at a local Walgreens for his support of the club.
Southeast Lions Gil Garcia, left, and Andy Di Santo, right, present a certificate of appreciation to Javier Caraballo, manager of the Walgreens at 92nd Street and Commerical Avenue in South Chicago.
CHICAGO | A company that did engineering studies for the 2012 reconstruction of Wentworth Avenue in Lansing will receive an additional $37,000 payment from Cook County.
CHICAGO | The Big Shoulders scholarship fund is offering two financial aid awards of $5,000 each that will be matched by St. Francis de Sales High School to give a full tuition scholarship to two eighth-graders taking the entrance exam at 8 a.m. Saturday, the school has announced.
CHICAGO | The Southeast Lions sponsored a Thanksgiving feast Nov. 16 at Ada S. McKinely, 2647 E. 88th St. in the South Chicago neighborhood.
Serving a Thanksgiving meal are from left, Anita Alvarez, Southeast Lions Aurora Castellano, Gil Garcia and Irene Hurley, Tracy Johnson and Southeast Lion Paul Swalwell.
CHICAGO | A Chicago police officer became the 10th member of the force to be charged in what federal authorities say was a scheme to steer work to tow truck drivers in exchange for bribes.
CHICAGO | No one was injured Friday when a school bus taking children to a Catholic elementary school in South Chicago was struck by gunfire, police said.
Elijah Bermejo, of the East Side, tries out one of his Scout-made s'mores the boys sold as a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society.
Scouts from Pack 773 participated as the color guard for the Southeast Relay for Life. Pictured in front, from left, are Manuel Perez, of South Chicago; Jaime Avila, of Calumet City; and Jacob Garcia, Elijah Bermejo and Daniel Huerta, all of the East Side. In back are John Garcia, of the Eas…
The Southeast Lions recently hosted a health fair in South Chicago. Seated, from left, are participant Tony Navarro, Patrick Owens, of Advocate Trinity Hospital, registered nurse Ruby Nalzaro, of White Crane Wellness Center, and Southeast Lion Andy Di Santo. Standing from left are Southeast …
CHICAGO | On July 15, the Southeast Lions hosted a mini health fair from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Our Lady of Guadalupe church hall, 3200 E. 91st St. in the South Chicago neighborhood.
CHICAGO | On July 1, the Southeast Lions hosted the Lions Illinois Foundation hearing van in front of the Villa Guadalupe Homes, 3201 E. 91st St., in the South Chicago neighborhood.
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