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Congresswoman discusses range of issues with residents Saturday at Homewood Village Hall

From left, Ozzie Guillen, Paul Konerko and Scott
Podsednik, three of the 21 members of the 
World Series champion 2005 White Sox 
expected to attend the celebration Sunday. 
The H-F Summer Choir will perform the nation 
anthem prior to the game.
(Photos courtesy 
of the Chicago White Sox)

Homewood-Flossmoor White Sox fans this weekend can celebrate one of the great achievements in Chicago sports history – the team’s 2005 World Series championship.

Sunday’s Homewood-Flossmoor Family Day is part of the 2005 World Series Weekend. The game begins at 1:10 p.m. at U.S. Cellular Field. The H-F Summer Choir will perform the national anthem prior to the first pitch.

Members of the White Sox championship team will be on hand for the three-game series against the Kansas City Royals.

Ozzie Guillen, the 2005 manager, will be at Sunday’s game along with 15 Sox players from that year’s team. They are – and this is in alphabetical order – Brian Anderson, Geoff Blum, Joe Crede, Jermaine Daye, Carl Everett, Jon Garland, Willie Harris, Dustin Hermanson, Orlando Hernandez, Paul Konerko, Scott Podsednik, Cliff Politte, Aaron Rowand, Frank Thomas and Chris Widger. Coaches from the 2005 team at the game will include Harold Baines, Don Cooper, Art Kusnyer, Man-Soo Lee and Greg Walker.

The first 10,000 fans at Sunday’s game will receive a tailgate flag commemorating the 2005 team.

Discounted tickets are still available for the July 19 game. Lower level seats start at just $10, and upper level seats start at $5.

To access the specially priced tickets, visit www.whitesox.com/hf and use the “HF” promo code to get the discount. Service fees apply.

For additional questions, or any groups seeking 20 or more tickets, interested persons can contact Scott Gbur, account executive for group sales at [email protected].

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