Category Archives: 5-4-3-2-1 Go!

Looking Back and Looking Forward: Our Tenth Year and Beyond

by Adam Becker, PhD, MPH, Executive Director Welcome to the fourth and final quarter of our 10th anniversary year!  I hope you have found this year to be an exciting review of our decade of the accomplishments we have achieved … Continue reading

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Catching Up With the Go Team

From 2006 – 2008, CLOCC ran a pilot program where we trained high school students from across the city to become members of the “Go Team,” a group charged with teaching the 5-4-3-2-1 Go!® message to young children across the … Continue reading

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What Makes CLOCC Tick: 10 Years of Community Partnerships

by Adam Becker, PhD, MPH, Executive Director Partners and friends, April marks the beginning of the second quarter of our 10th anniversary year! This quarter, we are focusing on two of the hallmarks of the consortium’s operations – our community … Continue reading

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Bringing a Healthy Message (and Fake Food) to Families at the Chicago Children’s Museum

by Adam Paberzs, Health Education Intern The Chicago Children’s Museum played host to a fun and family-oriented health and wellness fair on January 27, 2011 at Navy Pier. Kids and parents came from all over the city to learn about healthy habits, … Continue reading

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Project SOAR Takes 5-4-3-2-1 Go! Promotion to New Heights

by Jill Zubrod-Hernandez MPH, Health Educator This past summer was a flurry of 5-4-3-2-1 Go!™ outreach thanks to our wonderful partnership with Project SOAR.  Project SOAR is a multifaceted family literacy program working with Head Start affiliated children, parents, and teens … Continue reading

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