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Patricia Hayes

Patricia Hayes

It is with heavy hearts that the Sheffield Neighborhood Association Board of Directors informs you of the passing of our fellow Board member and dear friend, Patricia Hayes. 

When people heard of Patty’s passing, they shared their thoughts with our group.  We would like to share just a handful of those sentiments with you.

“She was a wonderful woman who worked so hard for the community and the SNA.  She will be dearly missed.  I am so saddened to hear of her passing.  May she rest in peace.”

Homework Help at the Lincoln Park Branch Library

Free homework help for elementary age children is offered at the Lincoln Park Branch Library, 1150 West Fullerton Avenue.  On Wednesdays, a volunteer Homework Helper with extensive teaching experience is available from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.  On Thursdays, a Teacher in the Library is available from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.  No registration is needed. Please feel free to contact the Lincoln Park Branch at 312-744-1926 for additional information. 

SNA Annual Meeting Thank You

SNA Annual Meeting Thank You

We would like to extend our thanks to everyone who attended our annual meeting.  We would also like to extend a special thanks to this year’s sponsors:  Dee’s Mandarin & Sushi Lounge, Glascott Saloon, Hakka Bakka, McGee’s Tavern & Grille, Derby Bar & Grill, Sweet Mandy B’s, The Budlong Hot Chicken, The Warehouse Bar & Pizzeria.  We send a special shout-out to our committee  members, David Bassin and Holly Panter, for planning this fantastic event.

1309 West Belden

The correspondence below was sent to Alderman Brian Hopkins regarding the proposed rezoning and proposed development of 1309 West Belden.  Please contact us with any questions or concerns at info@sheffieldneighborhood.org.

December 6, 2017

By Email

Alderman Brian Hopkins, 2nd Ward
1400 North Ashland Avenue
Chicago, IL 60605

Re:   1309 W. Belden, Chicago, IL - Application for Zoning Change

Dear Alderman Hopkins:

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