Sunday, December 21, 2014

Gallery: City Year Chicago

"One of the really wonderful things about Chicago is how we all support each other for different things. I always say that Chicago is two degrees of separation, and this shows it," Deborah DeHaas said.

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"It's an opportunity to thank City Year for really launching our volunteer corps " they helped us establish the framework for what we're doing," said Christine O'Reilly, executive director of White Sox Charities.

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"Deborah DeHaas is being honored, and we want to support her," said Ellen Costello, president and CEO of Harris Financial Corp.

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Co-chairmen Michael Alter, left, and Steve Quazzo.

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Les Coney, executive vice-president of Mesirow Financial Holdings Inc., left, and John Rogers. "They always do things so well " the work they do, you want to support it," Mr. Rogers said of City Year Chicago.

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Donna and Casey Keller; Mr. Keller is president of Alberto-Culver Co.; Ms. Keller's sister, Jennifer Eplett Reilly, is a co-founder of City Year Inc.

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Gary Houser, from left, Nancy Houser and Kate Bowers.

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Joe Higgins, regional senior manager of public affairs for Comcast, from left, with LeAnn Talbot, Comcast senior vice-president and City Year board member; Austin Perry, City Year corps member; Dan Blakeman, Comcast regional chief financial officer, and Mark Zanoni, Comcast regional vice-president of information technology and information systems.

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Larry Richman, CEO of PrivateBank Corp.

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Alderman Toni Preckwinkle (4th), the Democratic Party nominee for Cook County Board president.

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Ms. DeHaas receives her City Year Chicago jacket.

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City Year volunteers made a presentation.

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Patrick Ryan, chairman and CEO of Ryan Specialty Group, and Deborah DeHaas.

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Gov. Pat Quinn with City Year corps member Joe Choinski.

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