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8 | November 9, 2017 | The Homer Horizon news homerhorizon.com 2017 WINNER The Horizon needs new requests NOW OFFERING RESPITE STAY Respite means “A brief period of rest and recovery” Looking to get away? Concerned with your loved one’s well- being? It’s that time of the season - need some time for shopping, entertaining or just a break? Let Tinley Court Catered Senior Living help you. You can rent our “respite” room by day and be assured your loved one will be well provided for & looked after throughout their stay. We provide a comfortable room complete with furnishings,refrigerator, and private bathroom. Just bring your loved one with their personal belongings to help make them feel comfortable and we take care of the rest. If your loved one requires more attention such as assistance with bathing, laundry, or med reminders, we can offer such services at an additional small fee. Call me to book your room, schedule a tour, discuss pricing, or inquire about our specials today! (708)532-7800 Ask for Cindy Stephens An Independent Living Community with Brighter Days for Seniors Returned cards will ensure free delivery Staff Report You may remember the last time we took on this project. We asked you to send us an official request to keep receiving your free, award-winning community newspaper, The Homer Horizon. The requests sent in last time will be expiring soon, and we need a new round from all residents to prove to the U.S. Postal Service that you want your hometown newspaper. The Horizon, delivered free to your home or business every week, is mailed by the U.S. Postal Service. In order to keep a necessary class of mail, The Horizon is required by the postal service to collect requests from recipients of the newspaper. This special class of mail enables us to continue to deliver an award-winning newspaper for free with priority service. The simplest way to return your request is to go to HomerHorizon.com/deliv ery and fill it out in seconds. Also, on Page 9, you will find an ad containing the form you need to fill out and send back to us. Please take a few seconds to fill it out and return the request to us at The Horizon. Doing so will ensure that you continue to receive The Horizon free of charge for years to come. Please do your part to keep The Horizon free of charge and return the card to: Horizon Circulation, 11516 W. 183rd St., 3SW, Orland Park, IL, 60467, or fax it to (708) 326-9179. Your information will be kept completely confidential. The Horizon is a locally Quick and easy The quickest way to keep The Horizon free is to renew your free subscription here: HomerHorizon.com/ delivery owned hometown newspaper. Its parent company, 22nd Century Media, was founded in 2005. Since that time, the company has added 14 additional newspapers and websites, with coverage ranging from Homer Glen and Tinley Park to Wilmette and Lake Forest. It is the largest newspaper group in the southwest suburbs. The Horizon will be able to better control its postal costs with priority service because of your part in obtaining this important designation by the U.S. Postal Service. Thank you in advance from everyone at The Horizon. Halloween amusements Bobbie Noonan’s throws festive party for children • 3 chef prepared meals served daily • Full daily activity program, entertainment & trips • Weekly housekeeping • All utilities included • Library, chapel, coffee shop and beauty/ barber shop on premises • Private Formal Dining Room available • Home health care services available on premises • Walking distance to Tinley shops & restaurants • Veterans Financial Assistance Available EVERYTHING INCLUDED IN ONE AFFORDABLE FEE 16301 S Brementowne Rd. Tinley Park, IL 60477 708.532.7800 • www.tinleycourt.com Call for questions or to schedule a private tour! ABOVE: Children partake in one of the Halloween-themed attractions at the party. LEFT: Owen Roberts keeps busy with a sensory table filled with pretend spider webs and spiders at last month’s family Halloween party at Bobbie Noonan’s Child Care in Homer Glen. Children came in costumes and enjoyed a variety of games, crafts and foods. Photos submitted

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