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Senior News

Senior News As of January 27th, activities for seniors (55+) will now be held at the Family Center, 16990 Dixie Highway.   MONDAYS:  Bid Whist from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. WEDNESDAYS:  BINGO from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. THURSDAYS:  KENO from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. First FRIDAYS:  Senior Social Gathering 11:00 a.m. (on the first Friday…

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Mark Your Calendar for February 8th!

Plan to attend the annual Black History Program on Saturday, February 8th in the Senior Room at former Village Hall, 3000 W. 170thPlace, Hazel Crest. To view this flyer full scree, Click Here.

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Parking Rules During Snow

Remove vehicles from the street after a snowfall of two inches or more so snow plows can effectively reach the entire width of the street for snow removal. Note: We apologize for any inconvenience, but it is impossible for Public Works Crews to avoid pushing snow in front of residential driveways when plowing streets.

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FINAL ESCORT ARRANGEMENTS for U.S. Army Specialist Henry Mayfield Jr.

After the military transport arrives with the body today at 12:15pm, we will have an escort/procession from O’Hare to Hazel Crest via Higgins Road West to I-90 East to I-294 South to I-57 South to 167th Street East to Pulaski South (passing Hillcrest High School with students outside) to 175th East (Fire Ladder Trucks with…

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FINAL ESCORT ARRANGEMENTS for U.S. Army Specialist Henry Mayfield Jr.

After the military transport arrives with the body today at 12:15pm, we will have an escort/procession from O’Hare to Hazel Crest via Higgins Road West to I-90 East to I-294 South to I-57 South to 167th Street East to Pulaski South (passing Hillcrest High School with students outside) to 175th East (Fire Ladder Trucks with…

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Hazel Crest Honors One of Its Own

The village held a Yellow Ribbon Memorial yesterday in honor of fallen U-S Army Specialist Henry Mayfield, Jr., who was killed in the line of duty last week when militants attacked a military base in Kenya.  Village residents & supporters participated in the ceremony and then took yellow ribbons to tie to trees along streets…

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