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League of Women Voters LF/LB Area-Investment in Underserved Communities: Lessons from North Chicago - Shared screen with speaker view
Marlene Senescu
40:18
is this being recorded?
Lynn Gaffigan
40:59
Yes it is.
Laurie Rose
01:07:44
Tom, can you explain how the Matthew program works?
Peg Determan
01:11:06
I already donate to Youthbuild and Waukegan to College. what groups are most effective in swerving North.Chicago?
Monica Yaun
01:11:13
How can those of us that don’t know how to build houses help the Renew efforts? What are other ways we can invest in communities like North Chicago?
Happie Datt
01:18:07
Renew asked the Rotary Club 2018 for a donation to $2000 for appliances for a home that did not fit our criteria.
Janet Krehbiel Pieracci
01:18:09
building a real bond with the exisiting community seems to be key to success in investing for improvement. Can you speak more about that?
Mary Hobein
01:18:13
As to problems such as Walgreens, how do you overcome the bad impressions that keep them from investing in low income communities?
Happie Datt
01:21:16
Currently Rotary works with the Family Closet run by North Chicago Community Partners. The focus is on education & supported by the Gorter Foundation. This is a worthwhile project.
Rose Feder
01:21:42
What ways is the high school preparing their kids for the trades and working on these projects
Happie Datt
01:24:14
I interviewed one NC High School student to sponsor for vocational scholarship in HVAC given by Rotary. That will also be a worthwhile program to invest it.
Happie Datt
01:24:41
he got the scholarship.
Happie Datt
01:27:21
I have to leave - this was a very good way to start the year.
Happie Datt
01:27:24
Bye
Kim Gates
01:29:57
web site www.renewcommunities.org has more information about what ReNew does and how to get involved in Matthew Homes and other service projects. thank you for your consideration!
Laurie Rose
01:34:20
Mayor Rockcingham’s telephone :(847) 596-8610.
Lois Nicol
01:34:33
Have to leave. Thank you!
Lynn Gaffigan
01:38:01
Thank you all!