Cook-Off Raises $100,000 To Support Developmental Disabilities Care
This Chicago event, hosted by Sertoma Centre, raised $100,000 to support individuals with developmental disabilities.

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Cook-Off Raises $100,000 To Support Developmental Disabilities CareThis Chicago event, hosted by Sertoma Centre, raised $100,000 to support individuals with developmental disabilities.
100 Club Of Chicago Host Valor AwardsThe 100 Club of Chicago handed out this year's Valor Awards. Thirty members of eight different police departments were honored.
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