Civic Organizations

Life Source–blood Drive

SHARON FULGENZI • gro.1488268546mxti@1488268546IZNEG1488268546LUFS1488268546• (877) 543-3768

Be The Giving Type!

Each day, patients rely on the generosity of blood donors for life-threatening traumas, treatments, and illnesses.

The need is constant. Blood donors are a valued and significant life-line providing hope to those in need.Without volunteer donors LifeSource, Chicagoland’s blood center, would be unable to fulfill its life supporting mission and provide blood products to thousands of patients each year.

Winnetka Community Blood Drive Saturday, December 12th & March 12 8am-2pm

To schedule your appointment, log on to www.lifesource.org. Select Make an appointment; Login and search by group code: wn98. Remember to: have breakfast or lunch prior to donating blood, drink plenty of water, and bring identification with you. Appointments Recommended; Walk-ins Welcome.


The Alliance For Early Childhood

(847) 441–9001
www.TheAllianceForEC.org
The Alliance promotes the healthy growth and development of children from birth to age 8 through resources and services for parents and early childhood professionals including Early Childhood, a 16-page newsletter published twice a year; referral information, professional development and networking, parenting classes and speakers; promotion of child-initiated free play through such programs at the Park-a-Day Challenge; and the annual ScreenBreak each March.


Winnetka–Northfield Rotary Club

(847) 446–0537
www.rotary6440.org/clubs/winnetka
Rotary meets every Thursday, 12:15–1:30 p.m. for lunch and a program. Membership composed of Winnetka and Northfield based business and professional leaders. Local and international service projects.


Winnetka Village Caucus

www.winnetkacaucus.org
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P.O. Box 311, Winnetka, 60093–0311
The Village Caucus is a non–partisan political forum, which acts on current issues, develops village policies and selects candidates for various village boards. Participation encouraged.


Girl Scouts–Illinois Crossroads Council

Winnetka/Glencoe/Northfield
Membership (847) 573–0500
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www.ilcrossroads.org
Girl Scouting is open to all girls, ages 5–17. In a nurturing, all–girl environment, Girl Scouting helps girls acquire life skills and develop a strong set of personal values with an emphasis on community service, environmental awareness, and leadership. Girls experience Girl Scouting through participation in collaborations with other community groups, Contemporary Awareness programs, Trippers, camping/outdoor/health education, troops/groups options. STUDIO 2B is an exciting by–girls/for–girls, collaborative approach to Girl Scouting; a place where teens connect with one another and explore new interests. Why not volunteer? If you have only a couple of hours or only a day every couple of months, many opportunities are available for working with girls or other adults.