Aug 05, 2016
Grief is a challenge like no other, but a recent partnership between the Purple Project and Red Kayak Institute helped grieving individuals navigate the difficulties.
Jun 16, 2016
Sherry and Joe Anicich of the Purple Project are hosting a retreat of love and hope for grieving parents and grandparents Thursday, July 21 through Sunday 24th at the Portiuncula Center for Prayer in Frankfort, Illinois. The lovely, wooded 50-acr
Jun 16, 2015
Morning on the Water for Cancer Survivors and Caregivers to ‘Reclaim Themselves’
Sep 19, 2014
Evergreen Park, IL — September 7, 2014, Mary Anne Smrz, Founder of the Red Kayak Institute, facilitated a retreat at Saganashkee Slough in southwest Cook County. In two different sessions that day, Red Kayak staff raised $3350 for the Jan Malloy Sc
Jun 09, 2014
The Challenge—and the Promise—offered to cancer survivors and caregivers was: ‘Reclaim Yourself’
Feb 06, 2014
Journal of a Cavalry Bugler is the personal story of a young man caught up in the catastrophe of the American Civil War.
Mar 05, 2013
Naperville Woman's Club's wants to make it possible for everyone to enjoy the Landmark building in downtown Naperville. To raise money for this, members are joining the Giving DuPage Human Race.
Dec 12, 2012
Naperville Woman’s Club has released a second edition of its Commemorative History. This year marks the Woman’s Club’s 115th anniversary, and the book celebrates their tradition of service.
May 02, 2012
Concerns this election year are the same concerns Abraham Lincoln faced 150 years ago — truth, strength, good sense, and a desire to make government represent all people.
Jul 15, 2010
Cornelia Hancock did not meet the government's requirements for Civil War nurses, and yet she served on the frontlines for nearly two years. Hancock's adventures would make a remarkable legend, except in her case the heart-rending stories are true.