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Bridges & Blues tickets available on-line until NOON for will call

After noon, we’ll have a limited number of tickets available at the door. Get tickets here. Argus Brewery beer is chilling in its kegs, Toronzo’s
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Hall of Trail Champions induction: And the envelope, please….

As if the silent auction frenzy, dancing until our feet fall off, and bike & iPad raffles weren’t enough, we’re excited and honored to induct
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We’ll toast to that!

Radio, radio! WLS-AM 890 picks up the official announcement of Clean Air funding for the Cal-Sag Trail. We’re going to drink to this at Bridges
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Blue Island check presentation Sep 24 2013
Media Release—Big steel, bikes & the Blues fuel $62,000 donation to Cal-Sag Trail

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 3, 2013 CONTACT: Steve Buchtel, 708-365-9365 or steve@trailsforillinois.org Big steel, bikes & the Blues fuel $62,000 donation to Cal-Sag Trail BLUE
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FOCST check to Blue Island, $62,000
Award night!

It’s not often enough that all of us get to contribute to something larger than ourselves. Tonight, we are honored to present the City of
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Bike and Dine Blue Island
Bike & Dine, Blue Island!

Bike & Dine, Blue Island! is a progressive dinner by bike through this beautiful, history rich community on September 29, 2013. Riding less than 2
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Look who’s coming to Bridges & Blues

My Bridges & Blues ticket arrived in the mail today, giving me an acceptable reason to get the Strat off the wall. (I’ve been told
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Chatham Street Bridge
Clean air program recommends $3.38 million for Cal-Sag Trail

The Chicago area’s planning agency recommends awarding $3.38 million in federal clean air funds to the Cal-Sag Trail’s construction from Kedzie Avenue to Halsted Avenue.
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Cal-Sag Trail Explorers, the Movie

In November 2012, Blue Island’s intrepid wildcat explorers Jason Berry and Glen Szcypka pedaled, waded, bushwhacked, and carefully trespassed the actual end-to-end alignment of the
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The New Website

Pardon our dust, folks, as we shake out this new home on the web. We’ll be filling in holes and plugging gaps on the run–it’s
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