Five Things You Need to Know this Week: Feb. 6-10
Hear the latest on the Sisters of Mercy litigation and congratulate Durbin's for winning our Patch Pizza Playoffs against Oak Lawn. Here are five things you need to know to start your week off with a BANG!
1. Trustees to Consider Latest Sisters of Mercy Proposal
Welcome back from the weekend, Evergreen Parkers. Trustees are expected to vote on the latest Sisters of Mercy proposal on Monday for Mercy Circle, a retirement village that the sisters want to build at 99th Street and Central Park Avenue. View a document that compares all three proposals.
2. State of the Village Comes Tuesday
On Tuesday, Mayor James Sexton and the Evergreen Park Chamber of Commerce will host the annual State of the Village luncheon at Cavatappi. Tickets are $20 and you may reserve your spot by emailing the chamber at email@example.com or calling 708.423.1118.
3. Congratulations to Durbin's!
We'd like to extend a HUGE Congrats to Durbin's for winning our local Patch Pizza Playoffs! Now dubbed the best pizza in Evergreen Park, according to voters, Durbin's will compete against other Southland pizza joints to become the Most Loved Pizza in the Southland. Let's go Durbin's!
4. State Senator to be Principal for a Day
State Sen. Edward Maloney (D-18th) will serve as Principal for the day at Evergreen Park Community High School today. Principal William Sanderson said Maloney will visit three upper-level social studies classes and “expose students to who our leaders are,” and maybe prompt them to ask more questions about becoming a government leader themselves.
5. Join Us on Facebook and Twitter
Don't forget that you can talk about Evergreen Park news in a slightly different way and more frequently on Facebook and Twitter. Log onto Facebook.com/EvergreenPatch and folow us at Twitter.com/EvergreenPatch to join the conversation!