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Cocktail Chemistry Challenge July 19 to support Homewood Science Center

Homewood Science Center (HSC) unveiled its plans for a summer fundraiser  this one for adults only  the Cocktail Chemistry Challenge on Thursday, July 19, at the center, 18022 Dixie Highway.

SSFS benefit at Buona Beef on March 28

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Runners, volunteers needed for special recreation 5K

Runners, volunteers needed for special recreation 5K
 
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The South Suburban Special Recreation Association and the Olympia Fields Park District are looking for runners and volunteers for the Saturday, May 19, Sock Hop Hustle 5K.
 
The event will begin at 9 a.m. at Sgt. Means Park in Olympia Fields.
 

Cancer Support Center’s Texas Hold’em fundraiser is Saturday

The Cancer Support Center Community Board is hosting the 14th annual Texas Hold’em Tournament on Saturday, Feb. 3, at Balagio Ristorante, 17501 Dixie Highway in Homewood.
 
This event has helped raise more than $500,000 for the work of the Cancer Support Center in Homewood and Mokena. Organizers are looking for 100 card players to support the event. The final table winners will receive $5,000 or more in cash and prizes. 
 

Boo ’10 will benefit Cancer Support Center

Celebrate the decades at the Cancer Support Center’s Boo ’10 fundraiser Saturday, Oct. 21.
 
Guests are encouraged to come in costume from their favorite decade.  “You might love the roaring ’20s, or you might be an ’80s person,” said Jeanette Bruni, co-chair. “Costumes are not mandatory, but they are encouraged. It’s really a lot of fun to be at an event with friends and neighbors dressed so festively!”
 

Cancer Support Center sets Fall Walk of Hope for Oct. 1

“Be a Super Hero” is the theme for the Oct. 1 Cancer Support Center’s Fall Walk of Hope. The annual fundraiser supports the center’s programs and resources, which are provided at no charge to anyone living with a cancer diagnosis, as well as to their loved ones. The goal this year is $100,000.

H-F Foundation sponsors golf outing on Sept. 15

It’s a golf, dinner and the Homewood-Flossmoor High School homecoming football game extravaganza on Sept. 15 for the Homewood-Flossmoor High School Foundation’s annual fundraiser.
 
Money raised from the event supports activities and equipment for the high school’s various student organizations. In 2016-17, the foundation gave $20,000 in grants to support student trips and activities.
 

Fundraiser for local cancer victim will be Saturday in Flossmoor

Friends of Patricia Lundstrom of Homewood are holding a fundraising event at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19, to help her family with the costs of cancer treatment.

Oct. 8 public art fundraiser features auction of unique works of art: chairs

Art lovers who “Pull Up a Chair” next month will help support Flossmoor’s Sculpture Garden and other public art. But they may also walk away with a work of art that’s a unique piece of furniture.

Hoping for a full house at the Texas Hold 'Em event

Feeling lucky? Eight players at the upcoming Texas Hold’ Em tournament in Homewood will split $5,000 in cash and prizes. But the real winner will be the Cancer Support Center, which benefits from the popular annual fundraiser set for Feb. 6.

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