What Can You Do in Palos Hills?

  I was strolling on the Internet and thinking, what can you do in Palos Hills?  Before you know it,  school will begin for the new school year. Then soon, the leaves will begin to show off their brilliant colors. Mother Nature does such a good job of painting in the Fall, with hues of yellow, red, orange, and brown. Toddlers will be tracing their hands and pasting them on a stark tree. Then they will be coloring them. Little hands make delightful oak trees.

I chuckled as I stopped to peek at one web site that mentioned how wonderful the library was in Palos Hills  http://chicagosuburbhome.com/uncategorized/green-hills-public-library-palos-hills   Take a look at my previous blog. Three cheers for Green Hills Public Library District.

How fun! Be Greek For The week!


(Hosted by St. Constantine & St. Helen Church.)
WHERE: 11025 S. Roberts Road..Palos Hills
WHENFriday, August 18-Sunday, August 20
TIMES: Fri—-3pm to 11pm
Sat—-1pm to 11pm
Sun—noon to 11pm
    There will be free admission all 3 days. There will be music, cuisine, raffle, kiddie games, and carnival rides. It looks like this will be a great time for all ages.

                 I wonder if they will have Spanakopita or Keftedes

. That is, Greek Spinach Pie or savory Greek meatballs. Will they have moussaka? Moussaka is an eggplant or potato-based dish which is often combined with ground beef. Maybe before you fill up on meat dishes, you better have dessert first.  For example, Greek doughnuts topped with honey or Greek Baklava. Baklava is a beautiful pastry with light, flaky layers of crust and a sweet, filling, drenched in a light syrup.
“If more of us valued food, cheer, and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world.”
Remember John F. Kennedy’s inaugural address? It was so impactive! He said, “Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.”
That often quoted statement is embedded in many minds.. So i began to wonder ,What can you do in Palos Hills For others? keeping that  presidential quote in my mind.
Palos Hills Township, does, indeed, offer a great deal of help to Senior citizens.
They support local businesses, and programs for teens, such as D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistant Education).

What can we offer Palos Hills?

Let me start you out with a few suggestions.

1. Shop locally

2. Pick up litter when you see it.

3.Take a CPR class.
(Someone might need your help sometime.)

4. Be a library volunteer.http://Windsor Manor Nursing & Rehb – 10426 S Roberts Rd, Palos Hills, IL

5. Be a nursing home volunteer.http://Windsor Manor Nursing & Rehb – 10426 S Roberts Rd, Palos Hills, IL

6. Plant flowers in your yard and make the world a better place.

7. Smile at someone. The chain reaction will continue through the day!

8. Donate used clothes to charity.

9. Donate to community food drives.

10. Hold the door for someone.


WOW!  What a start! Keep going and add to this list !!
Remember, a good deed a day makes your heart healthy and bubbly all day!
Let your good deeds  be like rain. Drop a little everywhere.

If your looking to move  to Palos Hills, I would be happy to help you!

Brenda Kasprzyk