SBA Town Hall for Entertainment and Shuttered Venues with Commissioner Gainer and Robert Steiner

SBA will be hosting an SBA Loans Q&A Town Hall for Entertainment and Shuttered Venues with Robert Steiner, the District Director for the Illinois District U.S. Small Business Administration. Please send this registration link out to your local businesses.

Tuesday, February 19th from 11:30 am – 12:30 pm. 

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We are fielding questions for the webinar this Friday. Are there any questions that your organization has or frequently asked by non-profits regarding SBA loans?

Please reach out to isabel.dobbel@cookcountyil.gov or 815-761-7646 for any questions.

February 9, 2021 Agenda

ELVN will hold its monthly meeting on Zoom on February 9, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. (Please note the time). If you wish to attend, please send an e-mail to Michael Zink at mizink9@hotmail.com for details. The Agenda is below. I hope to see you then.

  1. Call to order
  2. County Commissioner Bridget Gainer
  3. State Senate Update-Office of Sen. Feigenholtz
  4. State Representative Update-Office of Rep. Croke
  5. 46th Ward Update
    1. Birdcage Sculpture, Grace & Fremont
  6. 44th Ward Update
  7. Cubs Update
  8. Treasurer’s Report
  9. Crime Update 
    1. Carjackings-Be aware entering and exiting your car
  10. New Business/Old Business 
    1. 3636 N. Lake Shore Drive Project; Zoning
    2. Seminary Shared Street Project-Chester Kropidlowski
    3. Elections! March 16, 2021-Nominate Yourself or Someone Else
    4. Annual meeting is March 16, 2021 via Zoom
  11. Adjournment

SBA Town Hall for Chambers with Commissioner Gainer and Robert Steiner

District 10 will be co-hosting an SBA Loans Q&A Townhall for Chambers with Robert Steiner, the District Director for the Illinois District U.S. Small Business Administration. Please send this registration link out to your local businesses. See flyer for this event and also a comprehensive flyer for the Webinar series to share with your networks.

Monday, January 25th from 11:30 pm – 1:00 pm.

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Are there any questions that your chamber has or frequently asked by non-profits regarding SBA loans? Please reach out to isabel.dobbel@cookcountyil.gov or 815-761-7646 for any questions.

Time to renew

Dear friends and neighbors,

Happy New Year to you and to your families!

If you have not yet joined or renewed your membership to ELVN for 2021, please join/renew now. It is only $10 for an individual, $6 for a senior citizen, and $50 for a business/organization. There are also opportunities to become a sponsor for $100 or a benefactor for $200, and we will happily post your sponsorship/benefactor role on our web site. ELVN is a 501(c)(3) organization.

Thank you as always for your support of ELVN!

January 19th 2021 Agenda

ELVN will hold its monthly meeting on Zoom on January 19, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. (Please note the time). If you wish to attend, please send an e-mail to Michael Zink at mizink9@hotmail.com for details. The Agenda is below. I hope to see you then.

—Michael

  1. Call to order
  2. Congressman Mike Quigley
  3. State Senate Update-Office of Sen. Feigenholtz
  4. State Representative Update-Office of Rep. Croke
  5. 46th Ward Update
  6. 44th Ward Update
  7. Cubs Update
  8. Treasurer’s Report
  9. Crime Update
    1. Carjackings-Be aware entering and exiting your car
  10. New Business/Old Business
    1. 3660 N. Lake Shore Drive Project; Zoning
    2. Eggsperience: 3233 N. Broadway; Incidental Liquor License
    3. 3617-19 N. Broadway; Liquor License
    4. CPS Reopening Details: Megan Grochowiak
    5. Seminary Shared Street Project-Chester Kropidlowski
    6. Next meeting is February 9, 2021via Zoom
  11. Adjournment

Sarah’s Circle’s 29th Annual Winter Walk: a Mile in Her Shoes

Winter Walk: a Mile in Her Shoes highlights the harsh reality of women’s homelessness during the deadly cold of Chicago’s winters. Your support can make the difference between a woman struggling to survive alone on the street and a woman who is safe and warm in her own bed.

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc on society, especially those most vulnerable. We are anticipating a greater demand for our services as evictions and lay-offs continue. Funds raised through Winter Walk are critical in meeting the demand of Sarah’s Circle’s services.

You can help by signing up to fundraise or by making a donation.

Get Covered IL Open Enrollment Town Hall

A virtual discussion on the Illinois Open Enrollment Period with Get Covered IL and Medicaid coverage with the Dept. of Healthcare and Family Services. Hosted by IL State Rep. Yoni Pizer, Congressman Mike Quigley, Sen. Sara Feigenholtz, and Rep. Ann Williams.

Dec 8, 2020 03:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

Register in advance for this meeting. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Cubs Charities food and supply drive to benefit Lakeview Pantry

  • Date: November 19 – December 20
  • Time: 11 AM – 6 PM
  • Location: Cubs Store

Show your support during the season of giving by donating non-perishable food items to Lakeview Pantry. The Cubs and Cubs Charities will be collecting food and supplies for Lakeview Pantry now through Sunday, Dec. 20 with drop off at The Cubs Store, which is open Thursday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Most-needed items include pasta, macaroni and cheese, peanut butter, boxed cereal, oatmeal and canned tuna. Thank you for helping provide meals to those in need this holiday season!

  • Date: December 5
  • Time: 11 AM – 1 PM
  • Location: Caretakers Way

Show your support during the season of giving by donating non-food items to Lakeview Pantry. The Cubs and Cubs Charities will be collecting food and supplies for Lakeview Pantry on Saturday, Dec. 5 with drop off at Caretakers Way, 1101 West Waveland Avenue from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Most-needed items include pasta, macaroni and cheese, peanut butter, boxed cereal, oatmeal and canned tuna. Thank you for helping provide meals to those in need this holiday season!

LVECC Annual Giver’s Gift & Gift Card Extravaganza Sale

Giver’s Gift – Now through Dec. 20

The Lakeview East Giver’s Gift Promotion is back for the 24th year, with more businesses than ever before! Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, our office is taking the necessary precautions to carry on with the program, safely. We will be completely virtual this year, meaning – receipts will be emailed to us instead of brought into the office. More info→

Shopping Extravaganza & Treat Stroll

  • Support local merchants! Lakeview East makes it easy to shop this holiday season by offering a one day discount on local gift cards that are accepted at 200+ businesses.
  • Purchase gift cards from 12 – 3 p.m. on our website Saturday, December 5th for 25% off up to $500 worth of gift cards – that’s only $375 for a $500 gift card!
  • Annual Holiday Treat Stroll: Stop by local businesses and sample holiday treats from 12-4 PM on Saturday, December 5th. Purchase required to prevent crowding. Visit LakeviewEast.com for a map of participating businesses – coming soon!

Tree of Hope

  • As the holidays approach, we look for hope for the future and spread our love to our families, friends, and community. This year, the Lakeview East Community Partnership would like to spread the love for our community by displaying your personal messages of hope on our Tree of Hope. Your message of hope could be sent to a person, business, or the Lakeview East community.
  • For a $20 donation to the Lakeview East Community Partnership, your message will be displayed on an ornament on the Tree of Hope. Your donation helps support local nonprofits and brings programming to our community. Donate and write your message here.