December 6, 2017
Tomorrow at Horner Park! What should 33rd Ward do with Menu Funds?
Share your priorities for applicaton of 33rd Ward menu funds at the next two information meetings listed below.

What are Menu Funds?
Every year, each of Chicago’s wards receive a $1.32 million capital improvement budget to make needed investments in the local community. These funds are used to make a wide range of improvements, such as resurfacing neighborhood streets and alleys, upgrading street lights, and improving pedestrian safety. Many of these improvements are included in a ‘menu’ of possible projects along with estimated costs provided by CDOT each year. Menu funds can also help fund improvements at our schools and parks, but these improvements must be capital improvements. Menu funds cannot help support programming or continuing services.

33rd Ward Menu Funds Informational Meetings:
  • Thursday December 7th at 6:30pm – Horner Park at 2741 W Montrose
  • Thursday December 14th at 6:30pm - Roosevelt High School at 3436 W Wilson in the auditorium

If you are unable to make the meetings, or you just want to give input right now, go to the survey link below: Survey Link (Open from 11/1/2017 to 1/14/2018):

More information about menu funds:
Tonight! Nick's Pizza Grand Opening, 5p - 9p
Nick's Pizza & Pub - Lincoln Square is throwing a Grand Opening Party
Wednesday, December 6th, 5 pm - 9 pm!

Celebrating their arrival with a variety of games and treats, including:
- Raffles and Giveaways
- Balloon Animals
- Free desserts for guests 12 and under
- 50% off select draft beers
- $2 champagne toasts
- Scavenger hunts and trivia quizzes

Grab your family and friends and head on over to Nick’s for a night of food, fun and friends!
Down Dog Workshop Saturday, Benefits Horner Park Dog Park!
Join Hanna & Olivia in the studio for a special Down Dog Workshop to benefit the Horner Park Dog Park. You will discuss anatomy, break down alignment and play with over 30 variations of downward facing dog & upward facing dog poses. Representatives from Horner Park Advisory Council will be there to share plans for the new park, answer questions, and provide Scooby Snacks! 

$15 per person. Please register in advance to secure your spot. 
Sorry, humans only :)

Saturday December 9th, 10 AM - 11:30 AM
McFetridge Yoga & Fitness Studio
3843 N California Ave

Shop Small, Support your local businesses, continues
The Albnay Park Chamber of Commerce Shop Small campaign continues, spotlighting local business owners throughout Albany Park, Irving Park and North Park. Check it out on Facebook:

Congressman Quigley Encourages ACA Enrollement, deadline December 15th
You can enroll in or change 2018 Marketplace health insurance right now. The 2018 Open Enrollment Period runs from  November 1, 2017 to December 15, 2017.

Who needs Marketplace coverage?
Anyone who doesn’t have coverage through a job, Medicare, Medicaid, the Children's Health Insurance Plan (CHIP), or other qualifying coverage. If uncovered, you may pay a fee.

Two kinds of coverage
Depending on income, you may qualify for an insurance plan with tax credits, or for Medicaid/CHIP.

You can find help from health care navigators at Heartland Health Centers and at the Albany Park Library. Find more information here:
Keep up with infrastructure work in the Manor
33rd Ward infrastructure work interactive map:
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RMIA Sponsors
Ravenswood Manor Improvement Association 

RMIA Purpose: To promote the welfare of the community in respect to the maintenance and improvement of the physical appearance of the private and public property; the compliance with the laws as applicable to private and public property; the maintenance of facilities with respect to the safety, health and welfare of its residents.