RANWC’s Helping Our Heroes at the Taste of Polonia

August 07, 2009

helpingHerosThe Realtor Association of Northwest Chicagoland (RANWC) and their charitable foundation Helping Our Heroes will have a booth at this upcoming Labor Day weekend ‘Taste of Polonia‘.  They need volunteers to help man the booth and get the message out. Located at the Copernicus Cultural and Civic Center in the Chicago neighborhood of Jefferson Park.

The Copernicus Center is located just off the Kennedy Expressway with it’s highly visible ‘Solidarity Tower’ near the intersections of Milwaukee and Lawrence Avenues.

RANWC’s  will be having a booth with a ‘wheel of chance’ game so we will have fun! We are in need of your time or gifts that we can use as prizes or monetary donations so we can buy prizes.  Company imprinted/logo gifts are great too, advertise yourself! Wear your name badge or company shirt, bring your business cards. And enjoy great food and music!

Please contact Nancy Niemoth at 847-967-6800 ?or? Kathleen Ricketts 847-302-1395

Helping Our Heroes is an organization dedicated in helping our Illinois Military Service men/women, firemen/women, policemen/women, and veterans with home-related expenses because of financial trouble.  Help us help them.

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