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Meet the Bloggers on Evergreen Park Patch

Check out the expanding roster of bloggers who share their news and views on Evergreen Park Patch, and become one!

Get to know some of the unique voices of Evergreen Park Patch! Our line-up of unique bloggers all share their views and expertise in our Local Voices section. Want to share your own opinions or updates from your group? It's easy on Patch!

As a certified professional organizer who leads Peace of Mind P.O., Colleen Klimczak is an Evergereen Park resident who will show you how to get your house in order. She shares with us tips on how to organize our lives, one day and one project at a time.

This former restaurant owner turned traveling chef blogs about healthy options to pastries and the treats that we love. Occasionally, she’ll share one of her favorite recipes with us, of course, with a healthy focus.

A foodie at heart, Colleen Sylvester was born in Evergreen Park and now lives in Dayton, blogging about unique food recipes.

Madeline McCalip travels to restaurants throughout the Southland and tells us all about her 360 experience, including the customer service, cleanliness of the restaurant and the food itself. She also occasionally shares any local foodie treasures that she may come upon.

A southland non-profit helping families in need, Together We Cope shares volunteer opportunities, donation opportunities, and ways families can benefit from the organization.

Teresa Tuttle shares information happening at

As the marketing and fundraising coordinator at the Animal Welfare League of Chicago Ridge, Cory Berndt shares the latest news, including tips on how to keep your pet healthy.

As the marketing coordinator for in Evergreen Park and Chicago Ridge-based Chicago Animal Rehab, Lisa Whalen shares tips on how to keep your pet healthy, as well as new treatment options.

Serving as the pastor of since 2008, Pastor Steve Worsham blogs living a life of faith, religious holidays and community events that the church hosts.

We first met Joe when he organized a mass that brought out those who answered a “call to serve,” and was held at Holy Name Cathedral in Chicago. He’s now a student at Benidictine University studying religion and philosophy.

As a candidate for the 3rd Congressional District of Illinois, Richard Grabowski gives us his take on the issues.

Both Tinley Park residents, Jake Buss and Tim Shaunnessey blog on the Chicago Blackhawks.

Rob Sherill covers wrestling in Illinois, an industry he’s been in for 30 years, working with several publications.

Moraine Valley Community College keeps us updated on all sports happenings at the college.

This group blogs about all things happening at Moraine Valley Community College from career preparation workshops to announcements of new administration members.

The team at Marist clues us in on all things happening at the high school.

Our self-proclaimed “Student Mom” chronicles her journey back to school after being a wife and mom for several years.

This organization describes itself as progressive Americans who work for social and economic justice in the southern suburbs. The South Suburban Move-On Council blogs about its take on social, economic and political issues, as well as its events and announcements.

 

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