The CAPA board and members of the CAPA Beer Walk Committee had a fun time today packaging food for Feed My Starving Children. We were amongst 110 people who packaged 131 boxes of food, which totaled to 28,296 meals for hungry children all over the world. We look forward to more volunteer opportunities and working with … Continue reading Feed My Starving Children Packing Event
Thanks to everyone who joined us at the 2018 Beer Walk. We can’t wait to see you all at CAPA events throughout the year and again next Fall for the 2019 Beer Walk! And special thanks to Twigs and Lace Photography for capturing the event for us.
Earlier this week at our monthly CAPA meeting, we presented $1,000 scholarship awards to two neighborhood students as they pursue a higher education. The checks were presented to Ava Wendel and Alexis Samuels by the CAPA board, Mayor O’Dekirk, Councilman Mudron and CAPA’s Scholarship & Grants Director, Andrew Chemers. We wish Ava and Alexis the … Continue reading 2018 Scholarship Award Winners
Calling all High School Seniors! CAPA will now be offering two $1,000 scholarships to applicants who are pursuing education beyond high school. Applicants must make sure they live within CAPA’s boundaries, are current CAPA members, and have attended a Joliet area high school for at least three years. Along with their completed application, scholars will … Continue reading Scholarship Opportunity!
Join the Cathedral Area Preservation Association, St. Raymond, St. John’s Neighborhood, and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Will and Grundy Counties for the ultimate neighborhood clean up on Saturday, May 19th at Preservation Park. We will supply garbage bags, gloves, Home Cut Donuts and coffee. Help us in keeping the Cathedral Area clean! A neighborhood … Continue reading Community Clean-Up and Cookout
Join us for our General Spring Meeting on Monday, May 14th at 6:30pm. Mayor O’Dekirk will be giving an update on the city and will be able to answer any questions you may have. There will be a presentation on the Old Joliet Prison Project from CAPA President, Quinn Adamowski, and Joliet Area Historical Museum … Continue reading CAPA General Spring Meeting