Hawthorne Neighbors (HN)

Hawthorne Neighbors’ general meetings take place on the third Tuesday in alternating months starting each January at Resurrection Lutheran Church’s Education Building (1050 W School Street - on the corner of Seminary and School). Membership runs from November 1st to October 31st of each year and covers residents and businesses between Belmont to Addison and Clark to Racine. Individual residential in Hawthorne Neighbors are $5/year. Membership for residential couples and businesses are $10/year.

Hawthorne Neighbors goals are to provide a forum for neighbors to discuss quality of life issues, to provide our neighbors with information that impact their lives as residents, and to offer our voice to the Alderman’s office on licensing, zoning and other issues in our area. Frequently discussed items include: activities at Wrigley Field, zoning variance requests, liquor license applications including outdoor patio (beer garden), sidewalk café permits, crime, nuisance issues (trash, noise, public drinking), mail delivery and parking. Individually with our branch and collectively with LVCC, we will continue to meet the challenges to improve our living environment.
Hawthorne Neighbors sends a bi-monthly newsletter via email to its membership. We also forward important communication received from various city officials, including the Alderman and the Police department, in brief Neighbor News Alerts which are also sent via email.

Hawthorne Neighbors also contributes back to our community. We have donated to various local charities over the years; have hosted garden walks and member mixers. We are always open to suggestions and participation from our membership.

For more information, send an email to HawthorneNeighbor@gmail.com or drop a line to:

PresidentKevin McIntyre
Vice President/SecretaryVirginina Carstarphen
TreasurerLee Berenbaum

Hawthorne Neighbors
Kevin McIntyre, President
c/o LVCC Office
3712 N. Broadway #468
Chicago, IL 60613

LVCC is a 501.c.3 non-profit organization, and all donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed under the law.
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