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Romance and snowshoes? Only at Monee Reservoir

by Dennis Sullivan
Feb. 8, 2015

Eastern Will County residents who are enthusiastic, or simply curious, about snowshoeing have two options at the Monee Reservoir this month. 385 more words


Holidays in the Peace Corps, Part 2

As a Peace Corps volunteer, the holiday season allows Americans to truly integrate into another culture while participating in their host country’s traditions and customs. Below, a few volunteers describe what it’s like to serve in the Peace Corps during the holidays. 262 more words

Africa And Middle East

Beatles Wednesday Video: 'Penny Lane'

What’s the personal connection of one of The Beatles to the song “Penny Lane” that came out in 1967?

Penny Lane was actually a street near John Lennon’s childhood home in Liverpool, England. 40 more words


[VIDEO] The Life of a Peace Corps Volunteer - Rachel Chisausky - Part 2

While a student at the University of Notre Dame, Rachel Chisausky knew she wanted to go to medical school, but an adviser suggested she take a bit of time off between. 124 more words

Currently In Service

VIDEO: Peace Corps health volunteer finds life in Cambodia brings simple pleasures, unexpected rewards

Browse ourĀ current volunteer positions and apply today!
In under an hour, you can be on your way to a life-changing experience.

Rachel Chisausky’s world opened up when she joined the Peace Corps. 151 more words


Halloween Trick Or Treat Hours For Chicago & The Suburbs!

If you’re planning on taking your kids out to trick or treat tonight but don’t know when the official times are in your area, don’t worry, your buddy Dave Fogel has it covered. 51 more words


Remembering the reason for the day

by Dennis Sullivan
May 24, 2014

What began as a move to place flowers on the graves of the Civil War dead, sing hymns and recite prayers in 1868 has expanded to encompass honoring the dead from all subsequent wars and “conflicts.” 450 more words