Loretto Hospital recently donated a bus to Fathers Who Care and the West Garfield Park Youth Council. The organizations are very excited to be have been chosen by the Board of Directors to receive the bus. The bus will be called the Fathers Who Care "Peace Bus" and will be used to promote a safe, healthy and drug-free community on the West Side of Chicago.
Light in the Night EventsPresented by Fathers Who Care and the West Garfield Park Community StakeholdersFriday, August 18th, 2017 4:00 PMShare on FacebookShare on TwitterEmailPrintBy Dawn FerencakSales RepresentativeEvery Friday at 5:00 pm until 10:00 pm July thru Sept. 8/18/17 - Back to School Celebration & Giveaway Clark Park, 4615 W. Jackson 8/25/17 - West Garfi eld Park Green & Clean Kostner and Congress 9/1/17 - Community Pride Night 3854 W. Van Buren (Vacant Lot) 9/8/17 - WGP Unity in...
The Fathers Who Care Youth Council and the West Garfield Park Community Stakeholders are again on the move to reduce underage drinking, substance abuse and senseless violence on the West Side of Chicago. We believe in the following attributes:1. Harmony - We have learned to fly the air like birds and swim the sea like fish, but we have not just learned the simple art of living together as brothers and sisters... Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.2.
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Selecting a term
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