Congressman Bobby Rush

Representing the 1st District of Illinois

115th Congress

Number: 
115

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#KeepTargetOpen Community Meeting

Event Date: 
Thursday, November 8, 2018 - 6:00pm
Address: 
754 E 77th St
Chicago, IL 60619
United States
 
CHICAGO — On Thursday, November 8th at 6pm, U.S. Representative Bobby L. Rush (D-Ill.) will hold a community meeting at New Covenant Missionary Baptist Church (754 East 77th Street) to address Target’s plan to close two of its stores on Chicago’s South Side and abandon the Morgan Park and Chatham neighborhoods.
 
1st Congressional District residents will be able to express their concerns and detail how they will be impacted by this disappointing decision.  Participants will be able to share their ideas and provide feedback to community leaders on how to best encourage Target to reconsider its decision.
 
Members of the press, please RSVP with Ryan.Johnson@mail.house.gov
 
WHAT:
Community meeting at New Covenant Missionary Baptist Church (754 East 77th Street) to address Target’s plan to close two of its stores on Chicago’s South Side.

WHO:
U.S. Rep. Bobby L. Rush
Beverly Area Planning Association
Chatham Avalon Park Community Council
Chatham Business Association
Chesterfield Community Council
Elected Officials
Greater Chatham Alliance
Greater Chatham Initiative
Greater Grand Crossing Neighborhood Network
Park Manor Neighbors Community Council
Reunite Chatham
Target Customers
West Chesterfield Community Association
 
WHEN:
Thursday, November 8th at 6pm

WHERE:
New Covenant Missionary Baptist Church (754 East 77th Street, Chicago, Illinois)

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115th Congress

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