Thank you to all who attended our 37th Annual Scholarship Banquet & Silent Auction. Your support is greatly appreciated! If you were unable to attend but would still like to show your support, please visit www.paypal.com/donate !
On April 24th, join us for our a couple hours of fun and laughs at Diversey Bowl from Noon – 2pm.
We will also be holding our Senior’s Summit on Cornerstone Building on April 24th from 4 – 5pm.
Project Education Plus / Chicago Demons were in attendance at the United Center Thursday October 1st 2015 to watch two Euro Basketball League teams Maccabi Tel Aviv vs. Armani Milan battle. PEP wants to give a special thanks to Alan Lev of Belgravia group and Bob Ranquist of Ranquist Development Group who helped this PEP outing come together in which everyone had a great time.
Donlon Senior Citizen’s Program: St. Patrick’s Day Bingo Wednesday March 15, 2017 from 11:30am – 1:30pm in conjunction with the 18th District Police Department.
Diversey Bowling Outing on Monday March 27, 2017 from Noon – 2pm. For transportation, please contact Hank Stephens at 312-428-1883.
Senior PEPercise Wednesdays & Fridays 12:00-1:30 pm
PEP is determined to continue making a difference in the lives of youth and senior citizens that we deal with on a day to day basis.
Peace & Love!- Deylon Jefferies.
PEP’s first time hosting the Playstreet event was a success. The event took place outside the Stamps-Rhine Center(1327 N. Larrabee) friends and family from all over attended the event which emphasized being active and eating healthy. The event included Games, Zumba, Kung Fu, Dance, Qigong and a Bouncy house. Salad and Fruit Bars were set up inside the Stamps-Rhine Center for everyone. August 13th is the next Playstreet event see you there.
The Chicago Demons
Our Chicago Demons basketball team is for boys and girls. The teams have regular, organized practices and participate in city, regional, and national tournaments. We have also visited many major universities as part of our travels giving the student opportunities they might not otherwise receive. This, coupled with the coaches doubling as mentors for the 10-12 athletes on each team, makes them better equipped to become productive members of society. Members and their families are involved in fund raising efforts to offset the costs of travel.