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C-U Oktoberfest

The C-U Oktoberfest is a fall celebration of music, beer, and food held in downtown Champaign. Patterned after the annual festival in Bavaria, the C-U Oktoberfest features live music from bands playing festive polkas, waltzes, and traditional German music...mixed in with plenty of your favorite songs. Beer from local brewers and a selection of German beers will be served. Party-goers are encouraged to get in the spirit by wearing their best dirndl or lederhosen (or come as they are) and dance the night away!

Snow Angel Volunteer Snow Removal Program

Can you help students and other Urbana residents get around safely this winter?  Every winter portions of sidewalks used by walkers and people in wheelchairs become impassable due to uncleared snow on sidewalks.  We are looking for volunteers to be "Snow Angels" for other residents and help to keep routes clear.  Volunteers select a section along priority sidewalk routes (based on school walking routes and other high-traffic sidewalks around bus stops, etc.), and commit to clearing the section within 48 hours after a snowfall of 2" or more.

Champaign County Regional Planning Commission's Head Start/Early Head Start Program

The Champaign County Regional Planning Commission provides quality integrated services to income-eligible families in Early Head Start which serves infants, toddlers, and expectant parents and Head Start which serves three to five year old children.  Head Start services are designed to meet the needs of the children and families within the cultural context of their family, school, and community.  Families participating in the program receive assistance with early childhood education and disability services, social services, connection to community resources, health services (medical, dental

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Brookens Administration Center
1776 E. Washington Street
61802 Urbana , IL

Snow Angel Volunteer Snow Removal Program

Can you help students and other Urbana residents get around safely this winter?  Every winter portions of sidewalks used by walkers and people in wheelchairs become impassable due to uncleared snow on sidewalks.  We are looking for volunteers to be "Snow Angels" for other residents and help to keep routes clear.  Volunteers select a section along priority sidewalk routes (based on school walking routes and other high-traffic sidewalks around bus stops, etc.), and commit to clearing the section within 48 hours after a snowfall of 2" or more.

Faith in Action Volunteer Orientation

Margot, the daughter of a Faith in Action care receiver recently wrote us a letter about the impact that Faith in Action has had on her father.  Our volunteer, Woody has been visiting Willie for almost a year.  Willie's daughter stated, "In a word, Woody is a "Godsend", he IS Faith in Action!.........From periodic in-home visits with Dad to simply being friendly company (even with his lovely wife over dinner) to an occasional podiatry appointment, Woody has demonstrated the mission of Faith in Action honorably."  Join Woody in making the difference in the life of a senior in your community

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