Chicago Bulls build a playground

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Chicago Bulls players and more than 200 volunteers got together in Chicago Heights on Saturday, August 24, to build a new playground, a playground designed by the children who will use it.

Children need a place to play every day in order to be active and healthy, but today’s kids spend less time playing outside than any previous generation in part because only 1-in-5 children live within walking distance of a park or playground. This play deficit is having profound consequences for kids physically, socially and cognitively.  This new playground will provide more than 500 children in the community with a safe place to play.

The Chicago Bulls have made a commitment to work with community concerns and find ways to make a positive impact on the lives of those in need, organizing events that support core values of youth education, health and wellness, and violence prevention.



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Hockey team grants wish and drafts player who became paralyzed

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Jack Jablonski was a great high school hockey player, but when a bad hit from another player made him paralyzed, most people thought he'd never be part of hockey again.  Jack knew better though :)

He has had an incredible amount of support during his rehabilitation and is making some progress.  He knows he will skate again one day.

During the USHL (top junior hockey league) draft, jack tweeted "Dear USHL teams, Just thought I'd let u know I am eligible for tomorrow's draft".  The Chicago Steel listened and drafted him as their final pick!!!!!!


Congrats Zack!!  You are an inspiration.


And that's what's good,


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