Monday, June 25, 2018

Job Opportunity, St. Anthony Hospital Job Fair, 2nd Federal Savings Bank, Chicago Puerto Rico Club, Rafael Alvarado,Vision & Hearing Screenings

       JOB OPPORTUNITY: Are you looking for a career in community health care? Learn more about opportunities from Entry Level to Management at the Saint Anthony Hospital [SAH] Job Fair.
ST. ANTHONY Hospital Job Fair is this Friday, June 29, 2018 from 2-5 p.m. at 2nd Federal Savings Bank (Community Room), 3960 West 26th Street. Light refreshments will be served. For more info. Call Maribell Ruiz: 773/484-4824.
Recruiters and Department Managers will be on-site to answer questions and conduct informal interviews. Bring extra copies of your resume. View open positions or apply online at
IN LITTLE VILLAGE: At the 4-Men Health & Wellness Fair last Saturday in Little Village, the Chicago Puerto Rico Lions Club, under the leadership of Lion Rafael Alvarado, organized hearing tests and vision screenings. The Lions Club members assisting were Club President Ariana Cornejo, Secretary Sandra Cruz, Treasurer Leticia Chaidez, Pedro Velez, Esther Perez, Claudia Alvarado, Abraham Aguilera and James Lalinde. The services were greatly appreciated. 
LIONS CLUB is an international secular, non-political service organization established originally in 1916 in Evansville, Indiana by Dr. William Perry Woods. Their motto is: "We Care, We Serve".  It is the world's largest service club organization with 1.4 million members in 46,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world. 
Rafael Alvarado
THE CHICAGO Puerto Rico Lions Club is an IRS 501(c) 3 tax-exempt organization founded on April 7, 1980. It has been in service for the last 38 years. Their primary areas of service are the Humboldt Park, Little Village and Pilsen neighborhoods. They serve where there is a need in a community.
CURRENTLY the Chicago PR Lions Club has 30 members. Their members unselfishly volunteer their time. Their events are posted on their website and Facebook page, cprlions-chicago. Their activities are also posted on the sites.  The Chicago PR Lions raise funds to execute programs like health fairs, food drives, and several ‘giveaways’; giving away turkeys, toys, Easter baskets, and winter clothing, to mention a few.  The Lions Club is accepting used eyeglasses, hearing aids, cell phones, keys and ink cartridges.
RAFAEL ALVARADO has been a member of Chicago PR Lions Club since July 1999. He has held the positions of club president, treasurer and membership chairperson. Alvarado said: “We volunteer our time to make a difference in the communities we serve. We urge everyone to get involved in their community and be a part of making a difference wherever possible, join an organization that is committed to helping families get the services they need”.
IF YOU are interested joining the Chicago PR Lions Club in its effort to offer vision and hearing screenings - early detection is key, call Rafael Alvarado at 773/791-8198 or e-mail: