Join Lakeview Pantry at Its 7th Annual End Hunger Social on Thurs., May 10, 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., at Brickhouse Tavern, 3647 N Clark St.

The Lakeview Pantry Young Leaders Board is excited to invite you to the 7th Annual End Hunger Social on Thurs., May 10, 2018. For nearly 46 years Lakeview Pantry has provided a nutritious variety of groceries and essential social services to our neighbors on Chicago’s North Side who struggle with food insecurity. Please join us for a fun evening and help raise funds to support the mission of one of Chicago’s largest food pantries!

Due to the tremendous support of the community over the past few years, we have outgrown our previous event space. This year the End Hunger Social will be hosted at Brickhouse Tavern, 3647 N Clark St., a brand new venue adjacent to Wrigley Field. $75 ticket includes an open bar with beer, wine, and signature cocktails, plus a variety of heavy appetizers. Groups of 4 or more can save $10 per ticket.

Every dollar donated to Lakeview Pantry allows us to provide 8 meals to our neighbors in need, so we hope you will join us to support our community. Click here for more info and to purchase tickets.

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I am currently the Communications Director for the Chicago Regional Council of Carpenters which represents 33,000 union men and women in three states who swing a hammer for a living. I publsih a magazine, a couple of email newsletters and two websites. I also do videos, webinars, advertisng and public relations. As an avid cyclist I ride a three-wheeled trike 5 to 6 days per week 52 weeks per year which adds up to between 5,000 and 6,000 miles year-round, including daily commutes along Chicago's lakefront ... polar vortexes included. I have never missed a day of work because of Chicago's weather. I am an activist who serves humanitarian and political causes: To advocate for the Sudanese in Illinois who have fled Southern Sudan and Darfur is one of my most rewarding experiences. I work with my son Sean on Sudan presentations at churches and community groups with my Sudanese friends on the problems facing them in Darfur, South Sudan and the United States. My son Sean and I work together on the Abolition Institute which seeks to end slavery in the west African nation of Mauritania. My photography chronicles Chicago's lakefront through my daily rides. My photo website is http://genetenner.com/ I just self-published my first photo-book on the history of my Chicago neighborhood: Sweet Home Buena Park. I live about one-half mile north of Wrigley Field in the Buena Park neighborhood.

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