Thursday, June 21, 2018

Class of 2018 St. Agnes Elementary, Father Don J. Nevins, 4-Men Health Fair, Patricia Hernandez, National Kidney Foundation, Puerto Rican Lions Club, Sponsors

Father Donald J. Nevins & August Sallas

CONGRATULATIONS: To the graduates, Class of 2018 at St. Agnes Church of Bohemia Elementary School, 2651 S. Central Park Ave., Chicago/Little Village, as follows:
Crystal Aguilar, Mariela Amaro, Alexander Arroyo, Luis Balderas, Carlos Banda, Stephanie Camarena, Emily Campos, Angelina Canas, Jesus Chavez, David Dorado, Milly Freire-Basantes, Gabriel Garcia, Jasmin Garcia, Jennifer Gonzalez, Savannah Gonzalez-Morales, Daisy Gutierrez, David Gutierrez, Sebastian Gutierrez, Joseph Guzman, Giselle Lopez, Abril Lucido, Raul Mariscal, Daniel Martinez, Joel Mehringer, Andres Meza Jr., Edgar Munoz, Jr., Jonathan Murillo, Alejandro Ochoa, Jennifer Ochoa, Mario Orendain, DeAnthony Orozco, Lizbeth Ortiz, Karen Ramirez, Emilio Rodriguez, Luis Romero, Miranda Sanchez, David Santiago, Alexander Santos, Jessica Suarez, Nickolas Tapia, Jorge Zapata Rodarte.
KAITLIN KYSIAK is principal at St. Agnes Church of Bohemia Elementary School, phone: 773/522-0143. Father Donald J. Nevins, is the pastor of St. Agnes Church of Bohemia, Rev. Miguel A.                     Venegas, and Rev. J. DeJesus Alvarado Pasillas are                 Associate Pastors.
WE wish all the graduates a successful future.
Patricia Hernandez
HEALTH FAIR: The 4-Men Health and Wellness Fair held Saturday, June 16, 2018 was a success. The health fair was at New Life Church auditorium in Little Village and more than 100 men came out in 90 degrees weather to have a physical. The Little Village Community Council and the Cook County Health & Hospitals System hosted the event.

PATRICIA HERNANDEZ, County Community Outreach said: “It was another successful event, thanks in large part to Dr. Pilar Guerrero, lead physician, her staff, the National Kidney Foundation and the Puerto Rican Lions Club. These professionals kept everything running smoothly. They gave their time generously in support of serving over 100 men and screened 97 through the National Kidney Foundation of Illinois. Our participants were appreciative of all the services provided and grateful for everyone who made this event possible.  The fair was a positive impact on the lives of our residents.”
GENEROUS SPONSORS of the Health Fair were El Milagro, Don Pepe’s Restaurant, Nuevo Leon Restaurant, State Sen. Steve Landek, Walgreens, Harris Bank/BMO, Sam’s Club, RE/MAX Loyalty Mark Santoyo and Karina Espinoza.

                            ENJOY THE SUMMER!