Community Organizations, Events and Programs

We invite residents to join us for fun and fellowship at the community events Alderman Beale sponsors throughout the year:

Townhall Community Meetings - Meet representatives from the city, county and state government service providers, and find out what's new in the 9th Ward. Community meetings are every fourth Tuesday of the month at Pullman Presbyterian Church, 550 E. 103rd St., 6:30 p.m.

The Senior Sockhop - Senior citizen residents of the 9th Ward are invited to groove to the golden oldies and enjoy refreshments at the Senior Sockhop.

Annual "Wilks" Bike Ride - A fun event for the entire family, the bike ride is a wonderful way to enjoy the great outdoors. Ride the trails and picnic with us at the William W. Powers State Recreation Area (Wolf Lake), 12949 Avenue O, Chicago, IL 60633

Senior Resource Fair - Connect with senior citizen service providers, get free health screenings and wellness information at the Senior Resource Fair held annually in September.

Senior Thanksgiving Dinner - We give thanks and gratitude for our senior citizens during the holiday season with turkey and all the trimmings at the Senior Thanksgiving dinner. 

Christmas in the 9th Ward - To celebrate the joyous Christmas season, the Alderman's office brings toys and holiday cheer to income-eligible families with children aged 2 to 13 years old.


 
Below are some of the Block Clubs and Community Associations in the 9th Ward. If your organization is not listed, please contact our office at (773) 785-1100.

Beman Committee of Pullman

Golden Gate Homeowners Association

www.rosemoor-community-association.org

Chesterfield Community Council
West Chesterfield Community Association
Roseland Heights Community Association
Pullman Civic Organization
Cooperation Operation
Altgeld Gardens Local Advisory Council
Golden Gate Homeowners Association

HATS OFF  to 9th Ward Volunteers for participating in an important event !!!

The 9th Ward Alderman's office, volunteers & the Chicago Fire Department worked together on Saturday May 22, 2010 to ensure the installation of 2 to 3 new smoke detectors in each home  with a life span of 10 years.

The Alderman would like to thank our seniors and the constituents for their cooperation and assisting in the success of the program in our ward.

*Residents that did not receive a smoke detector, please feel free to come into the Ward  office and pick up 2 detectors while supplies last.

(Below are pictures from the event) (Click to enlarge image)

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