Sheila

Sheila Pacione moved to Chicago at age 18 and has lived here ever since. She has a BFA in Acting from the Goodman School of Drama (presently The Theatre School of DePaul). Sheila was a co-creator of the award winning 'Disability Awareness Fair' with the Girl Scouts of Chicago and Open Doors Organizations and works actively to promote civic engagement and the celebration of the community we live in. She has lived in the 47th Ward for 25 years and now resides "over the border" in the 40th Ward by Swedish Covenant Hospital. She has worked in the community as Business League Coordinator at Ravenswood Community Council, Legislative Aide with Alderman Gene Schulter, Secretary of St. Matthias School and Assistant to the Pastor at St. Matthias Church.


Northcenter Chamber Declines City Money Beginning 2013

October 31, 2012

Please take note of this recent press release from the Northcenter Chamber: NORTHCENTER, CHICAGO - The Northcenter Chamber of Commerce board of directors voted unanimously to decline grant funding from the city of Chicago beginning in 2013. In the past, the chamber relied heavily on an economic development delegate agency grant to fund basic...
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Northcenter Chamber Honors Isle of Man

October 31, 2012
Northcenter Chamber Honors Isle of Man

                    The Northcenter Chamber of Commerce awarded local retailer, Isle of Man, the Patrick Leo McGinnis Award for Corporate Citizenship on Thursday, October 25, 2012.  The ceremony took place at the monthly business luncheon scheduled at Pitchfork restaurant on Irving Park Road. This first annual...
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47th Ward Wellness Day on Saturday, September 29

September 24, 2012

Alderman Ameya Pawar's public service office is working together with the City of Chicago and the Chicago Department of Public Health to bring a "Whole Person Health and Wellness Day" to the Sulzer Library on Saturday, September 29. Scheduled from 10am to 3pm, residents will be able to receive free flu shots, check prescription interaction,...
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Lincoln Square Chamber of Commerce becomes Lincoln Square Ravenswood Chamber of Commerce

September 7, 2012

Announcing the NEW Lincoln Square Ravenswood Chamber of Commerce Serving More Than 300 Businesses on Chicago’s North Side Chicago, Illinois (September 7, 2012) – Today the Lincoln Square Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce it is expanding its territory to officially include the Ravenswood Community. In January of 2012 the Lincoln Square Chamber...
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Peterson Avenue Sewer Work

August 22, 2012

The Chicago Department of Water Management will be installing new sewer pipes under W. Peterson Avenue, from North Shore Channel to N. Artesian Avenue, and under N. Fairfield Avenue, from W. Peterson Avenue to W. Devon Avenue. The old pipe dates back to 1915 and needs to be replaced. The area bounded by Devon...
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Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish Centennial Grand Reunion

July 10, 2012

As part of the 100 year anniversary celebration events, the former Immaculate Heart of Mary School is having a Grand Reunion.   Please pass the word to all who attended the IHM School to join with former teachers, nuns, priests, and students at the Social Center on August 18, 2012 at 6:00PM.     All former students...
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Pride Parade Walkers Needed

June 19, 2012

"Walk with me in the Pride Parade on Sunday, June 24th! We will be walking with 44th Ward Alderman Tom Tunney and 1st Ward Alderman Joe Moreno. There is a new route for the parade this year. We will be meeting at the new stepping off location at Broadway and Montrose. The parade begins...
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Russell Preparing to Play at Chicago State

June 5, 2012

Gordon's Julian Russell was hoping to lead the Rams into the Prep Bowl and help the baseball team advance downstate for the first time in school history.  The Rams lost in the Catholic League football playoffs by forfeiting to Leo.  Russell's athletic career at Gordon ended on Memorial Day when Herscher(34-8) beat the Rams...
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NATO Summit Updates from Alderman Pawar

May 18, 2012
NATO Summit Updates from Alderman Pawar

Dear Neighbor, With the NATO Summit coming up in a few days (May 19-21), I wanted to make you aware of the most recent information.  Security will be heightened in the loop and you can expect to find road closures and reroutes of mass transit because of the summit.  Impromptu protests are to be...
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Ribfest Entertainment

May 18, 2012

Ribfest Chicago has finally given out a band line up that is amazing for the weekend of June 8-10.  Heartless Bastards, Magafaun and J Roddy Walston and the Business are the headliners and all the openers will be rocking the corner of Lincoln, Damen and Irving all weekend long.  The schedule for each stage is...
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