December isn't the normal time to talk about parks. But this is the season of giving, and this column is about giving back to the community by cleaning up parks.
A dog cools off at last year's Calumet City Dog Walk.
CALUMET CITY | At 9 a.m. Sept. 14, dogs of all sizes, political views and national origins will bring their owners to Memorial Park in Calumet City to participate in the 10th Neighborhoods Inc. Dog Walk. This popular event is sponsored by the city of Calumet City. Registration begins at 9 a.m.
This pet pooch is all ready to go for the Best Dressed Dog contest at last year's Dog Walk in Calumet City.
CALUMET CITY | Neighborhoods Inc. hosted the city's 1st and 5th wards Best House on the Block contest last month, including an awards ceremony at the Calumet City Library, according to a news release.
HAMMOND | For the second year, local nonprofit Neighborhoods Inc. is organizing its fellow Kennedy Avenue businesses to dedicate their marquees to the victims of 9/11.
EAST CHICAGO | Neighborhoods Inc. is announcing a Super Samaritan Contest, a community-building project in East Chicago aimed at recognizing excellent neighbors.
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