Wrightwood Neighbors Association

Photos with Santa & Sleigh Rides: December 9th

A SLEIGH RIDE IN THE CITY!

Saturday December 9th

4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

1110 W Lill Ave (Corner of Seminary and Lill)

WNA Members: $5 per person

Non Members $10 per person

*Not a member? Join at the event or online at http://www.wrightwoodneighbors.org/

Meet Santa and Mrs Claus, enjoy a DIY Hot Chocolate Bar and treats, face painting too!

Open to the public

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thank you to everyone who came out to the WNA Neighborhood Sleigh Ride & Visit with Santa. We had a great turnout and got to meet some new and familiar faces, and great weather for the sleigh ride! Cheers to a happy and healthy holiday season for all! ... See MoreSee Less

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**Reminder: Fullerton Ave btwn Orchard & Burling Closure 12/6 through 12/8** Belmont Village will begin its tower crane install tomorrow, Wednesday, December 6. Work will continue through Friday, December 8. Fullerton Avenue between Orchard and Burling Streets will be CLOSED during this time(see above map). Reminders of the closure have been posted throughout the area.
lincolncommon.com/updates/2017/reminder-fullerton-ave-closure-12-6-through-12-8
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Interested in Applying for the 2018 WNA Board of Directors

Interested in joining the WNA Board- its a great opportunity to help our neighborhood grow! If you are interested contact Ken Feldbein at kmfeldbein@comcast.net for an application and appointment for an interview meeting. You must be a resident, own property or be a business owner in Wrightwood Neighbors to have an interview.


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Sign up NOW for the 2017 Wrightwood Neighbors Association membership. New and returning members who renew for 2017 will receive a WNA Gift Bag!

The WNA boundaries are Diversey to Fullerton Ave. and Halsted St. to Lakewood Ave. We work with our 32nd and 43rd Aldermen, 19th District Police and City of Chicago agencies to help provide you with the best services possible, and to make sure that Wrightwood remains a nice place to work, live and play.

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