On Monday, Jan. 15, Flossmoor residents have a unique opportunity to be part of a community-wide volunteer experience through the fourth annual MLK Day of Service.On the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday, businesses, nonprofit organizations, community partners and residents will join together in service projects throughout the local area. According to village program and event coordinator Laura Brennan-Levy, there’s still time for everyone to get involved, either hosting a service event or volunteering.“There’s absolutely still time to get involved,” Brennan-Levy said. “We understand we’re coming off the Christmas holiday, so . . .
You have reached content available exclusively to Homewood-Flossmoor Chronicle digital subscribers.