Monday, August 13, 2018

Pet Extravaganza, Pet Low Cost Vaccine Clinic, Ald. Gilbert Villegas [36th Ward], Sen. Steven Landek, Bridgeview Active Party, 50th Annual Fundraiser, Amateur Boxing, Movie Review, "Mission Impossible"

        PET EXTRAVAGANZA: Ald. Gilbert Villegas [36TH Ward] and the Chicago Animal Care & Control are sponsoring a 36th Ward Pet Extravaganza Low Cost Vaccine Clinic. The clinic will be
Gilbert Villegas
Saturday, August 18, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the parking lot of Prosser Career Academy, 2148 N. Long Ave., Chicago.
THE PET CLINIC is open to City of Chicago residents ONLY. All pets over 4 months of age MUST have current rabies vaccinations and a current dog license or will be required to purchase one at the time of clinic: proof is needed.
ALL DOGS MUST be on a leash or in a carrier. All cats MUST be in a carrier. Pets requiring muzzles MUST be muzzled at the event. You MUST be able to handle your pet around other animals.
FIRST COME first served. Limited to First 100 Pets.  CASH ONLY, please bring exact change to the Pet Clinic.
·        DA2PPL and FVRP Vaccinations - $7.00
·        Rabies Vaccinations - $15.00
·        Micro-Chipping - $15.00
·        Dog Registration for Neutered Dog - $5.00
·        Dog Registration for Un-Neutered Dog - $50.00
FOR MORE information call 773/745-4636. Alderman Villegas is Chairman, Chicago City Council Latino Caucus Foundation, and recently elected Chairman of the new Veteran Caucus in the City Council. Congratulations.
            TOYOTA PARK: State Sen. Steven Landek [D] who represents part of Little Village/22nd
Steve Landek
Ward is also the Mayor of Bridgeview. Mayor Landek’s Bridgeview Active Party is sponsoring its 50th Annual Fundraiser at Toyota Park, 71st & Harlem Ave., Bridgeview, IL.  Sunday, Aug. 26th, 2018 from 12:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. It’s a class set-up. “This is not your typical political fundraiser!” said Landek.
            SCHEDULE FOR A DAY OF FUN:  Mayor’s Cup Youth Soccer Tournament at 12 p.m.; Bags Tournament [2-person teams] at 12 p.m.; Amateur boxing at 12:30 p.m.; Women of the XL Football League Demo at 1 p.m.; Women of Red Star Soccer Players Demo at 1:30 p.m.; Chicago Fire Youth League Coaches at 1:30 p.m. and Trophies, Prizes and Awards presentation at 4 p.m. There will be lots of food, beverages, and live music all day.
            TICKETS FOR the event are Gold: $200 each and White: $40 each. Gold tickets holders will have admission into the VIP area, seating with tables, servers for your convenience [avoiding the lines and waiting]. White tickets are unlimited food and beverages and general admission to seating in boxing ring area, and bag tournament.
            COME JOIN the fun at Toyota Park. Enter Gate S2 on 71st St. Follow the signs with FREE easy access parking,
            THE BRIDGEVEW Active Party is Mayor Steve Landek, Village Clerk John Altar, Village Trustees: Mary Sutton, Michael Pticek, Claudette Struzik, Norma Pinion, Jim Cecott, Patt Higginson.  Since 1968, the Bridgeview Active Party has held this annual picnic to fund its good works. Over the past 50 years the Active Party has helped Bridgeview grow and prosper. Sen. Landek has been very generous to the Little Village Community Council Annual Christmas Toy Give-Away by donating toys for the children of Little Village and Xmas wrapping paper.
            FOR MORE information call the Active Hot Line at 708/606-3774.

Tom Cruise
MOVIE REVIEW: “Mission Impossible--Fallout” starring Tom Cruise, 56, is action-packed. The storyline is confusing, but Cruise’s acting was incredible and dangerous. The music and scenery were superb. Cruise did a lot of jumping and running for his age. Also exciting were the car chases, a motorcycle chase and shoot-outs. Spoiler Alert: the best segment was the helicopter drama and chase. A real cliff-hanger. I give “Mission Impossible” three [3]                                                          stars.
                        CALENDAR OF EVENT
 SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 2018—LV Legal Clinic at Village           Community Council, 3610 W. 26th St. starting 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.  For needy people who cannot afford an attorney.