Wounded Warrior Project
PORTAGE | The Board of Works on Monday approved a fishing tournament and related events for Bass Pro Shop at AmeriPlex at the Port.
This Sunday, you can make a difference in the life of a Wounded Warrior. All you have to do is eat breakfast.
Area veterans, enlisted military and their families pose for a photograph during last year's halftime ceremony at Beecher's Wounded Warrior Game.
Beecher girls soccer player Bobbi Stanula pins a flower on her grandfather and Korean War veteran Russell Smiddy of Highland during last year's ceremony honoring veterans and enlisted military members at Beecher's Wounded Warrior Game.
HOBART | The annual Wild Game Dinner is from 5 to 9 p.m. on March 9 at the County Line Orchard, 200 S. County Line Road.
A Calumet City firefighter wears the red shirt sold as a fundraiser for the Wounded Warriors project.
Calumet City Fire Department Capt. Paul Rotkowski and firefighter Mike Flanagan look Friday at an enlarged image of a presentation of a Chevrolet Tahoe vehicle to returning serviceman U.S. Marine Chad Watson at Chicago's U.S. Cellular Field.
CALUMET CITY | If it’s Friday and your local firefighters are all wearing red T-shirts, it’s meant to be a sign of support for those military veterans who returned from Iraq or Afghanistan with physical disabilities.
LANSING | Saturday’s afternoon thunderstorms cooled the air, but not the camaraderie at the second annual Lance Cpl. Philip J. Martini Memorial Benefit at J.J. Kelley’s Restaurant in Pub.
Grant Park goalkeeper Michelle Henson beats Beecher's Abby Bultema to the ball in Grant Park's 1-0 win over Beecher on Monday.
Grant Park's Riley Chiattello beats Beecher's Lindsay Wachowski to the ball in Grant Park's 1-0 win over Beecher on Monday.
Beecher's Gianna Myers and Grant Park's Alysn Fritz fight for a corner kick in Grant Park's 1-0 win over Beecher on Monday.
Area veterans, enlisted military and their families pose for a photograph during a half-time ceremony during the Beecher High School girls soccer game against Grant Park at Beecher on Monday. All proceeds from the game went to the Wounded Warrior Project.
Area veterans and enlisted military are honored by Beecher High School girls soccer players and the community during a halftime ceremony in Beecher's game against Grant Park on Monday. All proceeds from the game went to the Wounded Warrior Project.
Beecher High School girls soccer player Bobbi Stanula pins a flower on her grandfather and Korean War veteran Russell Smiddy, of Highland, during a ceremony honoring veterans and enlisted military members at Beecher's game against Grant Park on Monday. All proceeds from the game went to the …
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