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Alex Cipriani from Orland Park volunteered her time, along with approximately 80 people, to make beds for the nonprofit organization Sleep in Heavenly Peace. PHOTOS BY MARY COMPTON/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
Andrew High School freshmen Maddie Kwiat and Alyssa Insley sand down pieces of wood.
The Tinley Park Lions Club presents a check to Dave King (center) who is the Oak Forest chapter president of Sleep in Heavenly Peace nonprofit. Presenting the check are Kimberly Vick from Tinley Park and Ron Kulak, the president of the Tinley Park Lions Club.
Ron Kulak, the president of the Tinley Park Lions Club drills holes into beds for children. Approximately 20 members of the Lions Club came out to the Tinley Park Emergency Management Agency Garage to help on Saturday, Sept. 14.
Tinley Park 80-year-old Lions Club member Ron Kasas sands down pieces of wood in what will be a bed for a child who doesn’t have a bed during an event on Saturday, Sept. 14.
Mary Compton, Freelance Reporter
10:53 am CDT September 16, 2019
As the sawdust flew around, you could hear laughter from people working at several tables set up at the Tinley Park Emergency Management Agency Garage. On a beautiful Saturday, Sept. 14, morning, approximately 80 volunteers showed up to make beds for children who do not have one.