NeighborNet Vacation Photos

When was the last time someone asked to see your vacation photos? Well we want to see them. What did you do this summer? Upload a photo and show us!

Here is one from the Kindlers:
We spent a week at the Jersey Shore. Lots of time on the beach.


It's easy, just send me a photo, a little description, and I'll post it for you. For the adventurous, create your own new blog post, click on where it says "insert image" on the bottom of the "Body" window, upload your photo and see what happens. It would be good if the photo wasn't too big - maybe 300 pixels wide or so.


We received this earlier today...

Subj: 84th & Calumet Gang Initiations

Possibly motive behind killing on 88th & King Drive on Sunday morning (15 JUN 2008, 0435 hours) of a 23 year old man w/family who ran out of gas.

Bike Thefts - From Wednesday Journal

6/13/2008 4:22:00 PM
OP cops arrest three more Chicago teens for bike robberies

Staff Reporter

Web Extra!
Oak Park police, already on alert after several bike robberies last week involving Chicago teens, arrested three more Chicago teens in connection with two separate bike robberies yesterday afternoon.

The arrests bring to nine the number of Chicago teens arrested in Oak Park for bike robbery in the past 10 days, during which bikes have been taken from village kids by force or threat of violence.

At about 4 p.m. yesterday afternoon, two 12-year-old Oak Park boys riding on the first block of Pleasant Street were confronted by two 13-year-olds from Chicago. One Chicago boy grabbed the first Oak Park boy and pulled him off his bike. The other Chicago boy ordered the second Oak Park boy off his bike, and the two Chicago boys rode off eastbound on Lake Street.

Special Event at 200 S. Humphrey Block Wednesday, June 11

A very good friend of mine has asked me to invite friends and neighbors to an informal, free event this evening at 6:30 p.m. at 208 S. Humphrey to learn about the important work of the Center for New Community. This is an opportunity to network with neighbors, learn about a new organization, have some delicious food and beverages.

Nationally acclaimed CNC executive director Rev. Dave Ostendorf will discuss race, immigration, and rural organizing in the heartland, and will introduce the Campaign for a United America.

Wednesday, June 11, 2008
5:30 – 8:30 p.m. Presentation at 6:30 p.m.
208 S. Humphrey

NeighborNet Traffic

If anyone wants to see the Google Analytics report for the NeighborNet site, it is attached. Mostly for web geeks.

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