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7601 North Eastlake Terrace    Chicago, IL 60626

The following not-for-profit organizations provide
valuable services to our communities.
Please support them.

Rogers Park      Edgewater     Evanston

 Rogers Park / West Ridge Historical Society
Rogers Park / West Ridge Historical Society

The mission of the Society is to gather and preserve the history of Rogers Park and West Ridge as vital parts of the City of Chicago, thus placing local history in its larger context, and to provide interactive education about those communities to the public. (Thank you Mary Jo)

Wednesday & Friday - 10 a.m. through  5 p.m.
Thursday Evening - 7 p.m. through  9 p.m.

7344 N. Western
Chicago, Illinois 60645-1814
(773) 764-4078
email:   rphistory@aol.com

 DevCorp North
DevCorp North DevCorp North is the official Chamber of Commerce and Community Development Corporation of Rogers Park. Through a variety of programs, services and partnership activities, DevCorp North is committed to making our neighborhood a cleaner, safer, more viable place to live, work and shop.

DevCorp North's mission is to improve the economic climate and overall quality of life for businesses, shoppers and residents of Rogers Park, an ethnically, culturally and economically diverse community in Chicago.

1448 W. Howard Street
Chicago, IL 60626
(773) 508-5885
email:  kbares@devcorpnorth.org

 Rogers Park Community Council
Rogers Park Community Council The Rogers Park Community Council was organized in 1952 to maintain and improve the great qualities of our special neighborhood. Their history is based on success - including securing thirteen lakefront beaches for public use, obtaining Warren Park as an open space, and assuring that residents have a voice in all areas of community life.

RPCC is a blend of community activism and neighborhood services. They act as an advocate and watchdog to assure that all people have the same rights to services, resources, and opportunities. RPCC is a multi-issue, community and membership-based not-for-profit agency. Services are open to all individuals who live or work in their primary area of operation - Lake Michigan on the east to Western Avenue on the west; the city limits on the north, to Granville on the south.

1530 W. Morse Avenue
Chicago Illinois 60626
(773) 338-7722
Family Matters
Family Matters
Family Matters is a community-based initiative, founded in 1987, working with the families in low-income areas of Rogers Park.

Their priority is to provide a means through which households may enhance their community, develop economic self-sufficiency and leadership, and grow as individuals and families.

7731 North Marshfield Avenue
Chicago, IL  60626
(773) 465-6011
email:   familymr@enteract.com

 Eastlake Terrace Resident's Public Forum
This site is dedicated exclusively to the residents of Eastlake Terrace. It is a public forum for the open exchange of ideas, concerns and activities within this small northeast Chicago community. A great place for Eastlake Terrace residents to meet their neighbors.

email:  admin@eastlaketerrace.com
 Fourm 49
Forum 49  
Forum49 is an independent policy development organization working to ensure that Rogers Park remains a thriving, developing and safe community. It's mission is to provide opportunities for 49th Ward citizens to express their views, prioritize issues, and hold their public officials accountable.

Forum49 promotes the democratic process. It is a clearinghouse for our community’s diverse views and interests. It is not an advocacy group. It is a non-partisan organization and does not endorse particular candidates for political office. A volunteer Board of Directors governs the organization, with a Steering Committee that acts as it's driving force.

Gwen Nordgren  (773) 973-5100
 Rotary International
Rotary Club of Rogers Park

Meetings: Tuesdays from 6:00 to 7:15 PM

The club meetings take place at Devon Bank
6445 North Western Avenue
Free parking south of the building.

(847) 679-3830
email:   rmlinc@aol.com.

  Rogers Park Gay and Lesbian Neighbors Association
Rogers Park Gay and Lesbian Neighbors Association  

R P G L N A  is organized to provide a means for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered residents of Rogers Park to interact, share ideas and enjoy fellowship on a regular basis.

Their goal is to enhance the quality of life for gay and lesbian residents of Rogers Park, to provide a source of reference and access to all community services, to promote positive attitudes and to eliminate discrimination toward people of all sexual orientations.

PO Box 60757
Chicago IL 60660
e-mail    rpp@rogersparkpride.org

 Rogers Park Business and Artists Network
Rogers Park Business and Artists Network  

Meetings are open to all Rogers Park residents and businesses hoping to encourage business and investment inside the artistic community, and to artists seeking business networking opportunities.

Meets monthly at the Heartland Cafe
7000 North Glenwood, 7:30 to 9:00pm.

Evanston Community Foundation  

We are a philanthropic organization dedicated to enriching Evanston and the lives of its people, now and in the future. The Foundation builds and manages its own and other community endowments, addresses Evanston's changing needs through grantmaking, and provides leadership on important community issues

Sara Schastok, Executive Director 847 492-0990
schastok@evcommfdn.org
Marybeth Schroeder Director, Leadership Evanston 847 492-0992 leadership@evcommfdn.org
828 Davis Street, 3rd Floor    or
1007 Church Street, Suite 108
Evanston, IL 60201

 Edgewater Chamber of Commerce.  Your business is their business.
Edgewater Chamber of Commerce
The official Chamber of Commerce and Community Development Corporation of Edgewater and Edgewater Glen.

Sheli A. Lulkin, Executive Director
1210 West Rosedale Avenue
Chicago, IL. 60660
(773) 561-6000
email:  info@edgewater.org
 Friends of Battered Women and their Children.
Friends of Battered Women & their Children  

FBW&C  is currently reconstructing it's website.

They can be reached by telephone at (773) 274-5232

Please call them directly for information about their services.

 Fairy Gardeners' Guild
Fairy Gardeners' Guild of Rogers Park

Fairy Gardeners' Guild is Rogers Park's LesBiGay garden club. If you wish more information about the Guild, meeting dates and times or membership requirements, please write to us at the email address below. If you would like a sample copy of our newsletter, "The Mary Weeder," please include your complete name and mailing address. You can request a sample copy via the telephone at calling "The Weeder Line," (773) 743-6554.

Post Office Box 60001
Chicago, IL 60660-0001
email:   info@fairygardeners.org

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General Reference Website for Rogers Park rogerspark.com was founded on the principle that, like a community, this website should be developed through a collaboration of local businesses, artists, community groups, residents, and government.

Our goal is to provide a unique portal to all things Rogers Park. Residents, potential residents and visitors can access useful information about Chicago's most culturally rich neighborhood by the lake.  At rogerspark.com find your next apartment, locate real estate for sale, access a vibrant, growing restaurant and business community, discover local artists, neighborhood events and community resources -- all in one site.

email:   info@rogerspark.com

 [noun] cur-mudg-eon: a surly, ill-mannered, bad-tempered person; cantankerous fellow
Neighborhood Curmudgeon  
Sandy writes about events in Rogers Park (an exciting neighborhood on the far north side of Chicago), the country and the world. He is the former opinion columnist and founding editor of RP 2000 (published by the Rogers Park Community Council). Known for his inquisitive, analytical and satirical style, he provides a thoughtful look at life. Sandy is a longtime community activist and has been a Rogers Park resident since 1958.

email:   smgoldman@ameritech.net
 Rogers Park Builders Group
Rogers Park Builders Group

The Rogers Park Builders Group's mission is to encourage and support responsible residential and commercial property investment, development, and ownership in the Rogers Park community.  Looking beyond bricks and mortar, the RPBG initiates and supports collaboration on city and community actions to define Rogers Park as a destination community.

1708 West Jarvis
Chicago, IL 60626
(773) 743-7453
email:  info@rpbg.org
 Council for Jewish Elderly
Council for Jewish Elderly
CJE's range of services extends from assisting those who live in their own homes, but need occasional physical or psychological support, to those who need the most protection and care in a long term care facility. CJE's services are provided in the Rogers Park neighborhood. Highly trained staff members can assist in determining and meeting needs in a professional and confidential manner. Russian speaking staff members are available to help in a variety of areas ranging from counseling to paperwork.

3003 W. Touhy Avenue
Chicago, IL 60645
( 773) 508-1000
email:   info@cje.net
 Chicago Police Logo     Chicago CAPS
CAPS
District 24
Commander David V. Boggs of the 24th Police District invites you to learn how Chicago Alternative Policing Strategies (CAPS) affects your community.

For more information, please call the 24th District Community Policing Office at 312-744-6321
 Democratic Party Symbol  
Democratic Party of the 49th Ward
"We are the local Democratic Party for the 49th Ward, which includes most of the Rogers Park and part of the Edgewater neighborhoods within the larger city of Chicago. We have a strong political organization that believes in our neighborhoods and helps us to elect our political leaders, from the White House down to the Alderman's office. We invite every person who wants the opportunity to become involved in Democratic politics to give us a call."

7356 N. Greenview
Chicago, IL 60626
(773) 973-4949
email:  info@49thward.com
  Evanston Round Table Magazine
Evanston Roundtable Magazine
"We cover what matters in Evanston, including the search for truth and the finest chocolate."

1124 Florence Avenue
Evanston, Illinois 60202
(847) 864-7741
email:    evroundtable@hotmail.com
 Felines Inc. front page logo.
Felines, Inc.
Felines Inc. is a no-kill cageless shelter, working to make sure that all cats find a safe and loving home.

6379 N. Paulina
Chicago, IL 60660
(773) 465-4132
email:    info@felinesinc.org
 Gale Academy
Gale Academy
This site is for all the alumni of Gale School and any other interested parties. Please feel free to review our collection of pictures, documents, and memorabilia. Please let us know what you think about our site by sending us an e-mail with your comments and suggestions.

Gale Academy
Chicago, IL 60660
email:    galeschoolchicago@yahoo.com
 Better Existence with HIV
Better Existence With HIV
BEHIV's Case Management Team is available to assess your HIV-related needs, to provide information about available resources, and to develop a service plan designed to meet your needs. Case Managers are knowledgeable about the resources available to people living with HIV and AIDS, including medical providers, treatment programs, entitlement programs (i.e. public aid and social security), housing, homemaker services, and Hospice, among others. There are bilingual services available for Spanish speaking clients.

P.O. Box 5171
Evanston, IL 60204-5171
(847) 475-2115
email:    administration@behiv.org
 Campaign for Drug Education and Awareness
Campaign for Drug Education and Awareness
C.D.E.A.is a nonprofit organization incorporated since 1994, governed entirely by volunteers who raise funds to address high, at-risk Chicago youth. The program was born out of frustration & concern to prevent youth drug & alcohol use, abuse & crime. Current base area is Rogers Park. The corporation provides after school, weekend & summer programs. Their objective is to help kids learn moral principles, self-determination, responsibility and to build character. The programs include sports activities, field trips, tutoring, computer literacy courses and referral to agencies that provide individual & family counseling, and rehabilitation.

1767 W. Greenleaf
Chicago, IL. 60626
(773) 338-5295
email:    cd2223@earthlink.net
 RogersPark.tv is taken. Eastlake.tv is still available.
eastlake.tv

This domain name is still available
Identity conscious designers and established brands around the globe are adopting .tv  as their domain-home on the Web.  A .tv web address works exactly like a .com or .net address, but has the added benefit of allowing you to brand yourself or your company using the most recognized two-letter symbol in the world "TV."

Note: recently, the .tv ccTLD was sold to Verisign, Inc.


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