Category Archives: networkers

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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Taking Walkability to the Streets at the Safe Routes to School National Conference

by Grant Vitale, Community Programs Manager  CLOCC Community Networkers Ed Boone, Elvia Rodriguez-Ochoa, and Miguel Morales and I recently attended the Safe Routes to School (SRTS) National Conference.  It was held on August 16-18, 2011 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Safe … Continue reading

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Promoting Health and Wellness at Jordan Elementary

by Claudia Olayo, Rogers Park Networker  As the CLOCC Community Networker for the Rogers Park neighborhood in Chicago, I have the chance to work with local schools to help promote health and wellness.  One that I have worked with is … Continue reading

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Promoting Healthy Eating in East Humboldt Park

by Miguel Morales, Community Networker A stroll through the broad, tree-lined sidewalks of Paseo Boricua, Division Street between California and Western, reveals the sights, sounds and smells of Puerto Rico – pastel colored buildings with Spanish-style facades reminiscent of old San … Continue reading

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