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Published every Thursday in the village of Evergreen Park, IL

January 16, 2020

EPCHS Hosts 2nd Annual Illinois State Scholar Breakfast

On Wednesday, January 9, 18 Evergreen Park Community High School seniors and their parents attended the school’s 2nd Annual Illinois State Scholar Breakfast.


The honorees including Angela Bosch, Colin Brennan, Lilah Brown, Sinead Doogan, Liam Duffy, Cameron Dunlap, Kallista Elwood, Kathleen Jacobson, Liam Kantzler, Christopher Kompare, Morgan Markowicz, Ruby Mendoza, Sarah Meyer, Matthew Miglieri, Kevin O’Toole, Brooke Scanlon, Emily Serafin and Rachel Witte, were commended for their outstanding academic achievement and received embroidered sweatshirts proudly displaying the EPCHS Illinois State Scholar status.


Full story available in the Evergreen Park Courier

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January 9, 2020

Recreation Department Planning “FantaSciFest”

The Evergreen Park Recreation Department is busy at work planning an event that is new to the Village. On Saturday, February 22, they will present “FantaSciFest”- a day-long celebration of fantasy/comic/pop art and culture.


The event will feature vendor tables for artists/sellers who would like to display/sell their artwork or merchandise, all within this genre being celebrated. Day-long games of Dungeons and Dragons will be taught and played. A film screening room will be set up for programs to run throughout the day, with topics and material to interest spectators of all ages. Visitors are welcome to dress as a favorite character, or a character of their own. These folks, called CosPlayers, can walk the festival all day and are invited to take part in a competition at 6 p.m. A photo area will be setup for selfies with the spectators. (CosPlayers are reminded that this is a family-friendly event, costumes must be appropriate for such).


Full story available in the Evergreen Park Courier

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January 2, 2020

EPCHS National Honor Society Collects Several Hundred Toys for Tots

The Evergreen Park Community High School National Honor Society recently held its Annual Toys for Tots drive. With several hundred toys collected, this year’s drive was the best one held at EPCHS in years! The toys will be distributed to needy families from all over Worth Township, including Evergreen Park.


The NHS held the Toys for Tots drive as a class competition as well as a raffle. Each student and staff member that donated a toy received a raffle ticket. The class that donated the most toys was Señora Shields’ class. They will receive a free pizza party. The raffle prize recipients were Alexandra Clermont, Meghan Valentino, and Mr. Mikulskis.


Full story available in the Evergreen Park Courier

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December 26, 2019

EP Youth Department Collects 290 Items During Annual Coat Drive

The Evergreen Park Youth Department Annual Coat Drive concluded on Saturday, November 30. A total of 290 items were collected; 43 child coats, 208 adult coats, 33 sweaters, 2 hats, three pairs of gloves, and one scarf. The items were donated to Worth Township (Youth Service Bureau) located at 11601 S Pulaski Rd., Alsip. The Youth Department appreciates everyone for their generous donations to the coat drive to help make this winter a little warmer for someone in need.


Full story available in the Evergreen Park Courier

Sammy Spencer (Youth Sup.), Pyeisha Allen (Youth Dir.) and Ellie Loconte (Youth Sup.).

Sammy Spencer (Youth Sup.), Pyeisha Allen (Youth Dir.) and Ellie Loconte (Youth Sup.).  

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