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West Suburban Access News Association is Selling Carson Pirie Scott Community Day Books

WSANA is asking for your help. We are selling the Community Day Books for Carson Pirie Scott. Community Day is November 13th. the book contains 1-$10.00 off coupon, 6-20%off coupons, 1-Early Bird coupon which gives you 30% off from 6-10AM. The books sell for just $5.00 and WSANA gets to keep all of the money from selling the books. To order a book or for more information e-mail us at

News from Joel Sheffel and West Suburban Access News Association

Hello everyone. Some great news from West Suburban Access News Association. We have welcomed the 200,000th visitor to our website at We now have a Face Book page take a look.

On August 21,2010 WSANA will have our Annual Fundraiser Concert. It will feature Jonathan Cox and Cox Force , Cash For Bunkers and other bands. It will be held at Pilgrim Congregational Church (the donut and Farmers Market Church. Doors will open at 6:30 PM, admission is just $7.00 for more information contact

Help for Seniors and Individuals With Disabilities

Please feel free to visit The website of West Suburban Access News Association or to call its Executive Director Joel Sheffel at 708-383-6258 for information on services and programs for seniors and individuals with disabilities. Oak Park has a lot of programs and services and local government does also if not sure of programs we will work with you.


West Suburban Access News Association, the organization who has web site Is now selling Carson's Community Day (Feb.27th) Books for just $5.00. You get 1-$10 coupon, 6-20% off coupons, 1-30% Early Bird (7AM-10AM) coupon.
Either call 708-383-6258 or e-mail for more information.

WSANA Ends 2009 with great web site

West Suburban Access News Association, a non profit organization with a web site at ended 2009 with having a total of over 33,000 persons vist the web site. The web site has over 500 posts of information for individuals with disabilities and contains information of services and programs available.
Begining January 11,2010 WSANA will participate with the Oak Park Police Department in training its officers about response and actions concerning individuals with disabilities including those with autism or seizures.

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