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Dear Friends,

Thank you for visiting "The Office of the Mayor" area of the Harvey web site. CityofHarvey.org provides a wide range of information about city services and the activities of City Hall. The following are links to Web sites that may be of assistance to you:If you would like to invite me to an event your organization is hosting, please know that all scheduling requests must be submitted in writing. You may fax your invitation to my attention at 708-210-5366, or mail it to me at City Hall, 15320 Broadway Avenue Harvey, IL 60426.

If you are planning a visit to Harvey, please visit the general tourist resources in the visitors section of CityofHarvey.org.

If you are seeking employment with the City of Harvey, please visit the employment opportunities page on cityofharvey.org. If you are interested in an internship, you may contact the Mayor's Office. If you would like to apply to become a Police Officer, please contact the Harvey Police Department. For information about employment opportunities at the Harvey Fire Department, please contact their administrative office.

If you need assistance doing research about Harvey, you may visit the Harvey Public Library.

You may also contact me directly by writing, calling or faxing:

Mayor Eric J. Kellogg
City Hall
15320 Broadway Avenue
Harvey, IL 60426
708-210-5331 (phone)
708-210-5366 (fax)
Email:

I hope you will visit cityofharvey.org regularly, as we continue to update the site with information about new happenings throughout Harvey, Illinois.

Sincerely,

Mayor Eric J. Kellogg

Youth Sports
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Mayor Kellogg ducks one from a Harvey youth boxer

Youth sports is alive and well in Harvey. A core social, educational and growth component for years, organizations like the Harvey Boxing Club, the little league baseball teams and the pee-wee football teams keep the Harvey's children active and competitive on a national level.

Restoration Ministries' Harvey Boxing Club

With more than 50 boys and girls participating in the club, this organization thrives on building esteem for youngsters and building confidence. "Better to sweat in the gym, than bleed in the streets" is the motto of the club, opened in 2002 as a part of gang prevention and youth development programs.

Practices are Monday through Saturday, and include extensive conditioning and cardiovascular training. Kids run three miles, as well as 100-yard and 50-yard sprints.

Locals like 11-year-old Jose Arambula have even gained a ranking as the No. 3 boxer in the nation in his weight class. Arambula attends Coolidge Middle School.

The club is located at 15331 Broadway. For more information on the Harvey Boxing Club, please call 708-333-8353.

Harvey Little League
15017 Center Ave
708-331-1791

Harvey Colts
Local Pee-Wee Football Team
312-735-4245

Harvey Twisters
Local Wrestling Team
708-331-9419 (phone)
708-333-4888 (fax)
Athletes on the Horizon

Jose Arambula
This 11-year-old boxer captured the state and regional Silver Gloves title in 2004. In the semi-finals of the National tournament, Arambula then lost to the tournament winner. Arambula is ranked third in the nation in his weight class.

Jasmin Plummer
This 10-year-old female captain of the Junior Pee-Wee Leage Harvey Colts (age 9-11) lead the team to a third-place finish in the junior Midget Division II national championship.

Alvin J. Foster III (A.J.)
Son of inspector Alvin J Foster, Jr. of the Harvey Planning Department, Alvin J. Foster III (A.J.) is the new Illinois Kids Wrestling Federation Midget Division State Champion (101 lbs. weight class) for the 2003-2004 season. On the road to this accomplishment, Foster racked up an impressive 34-0 record to finish the season undefeated. Foster is a member of the Harvey Park District Twisters wrestling team under head coach Quintroy Harrell, and he attends Maya Angelou School in Harvey.
Get Involved in Harvey
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A member of the Harvey Book Club expresses her point of view

100 Women for Harvey

Founded in October 2002, this organization is dedicated to empowering the residents of Harvey to become aware of and involved with the cultural and physical needs of the City.

"The City of Harvey needs help," said Phyllis Smallwood, president of the organization. "We are dedicated to inspiring the citizens of this great City to begin to lend a helping hand in putting this community back on the right track."

The 100 Women for Harvey has aided the City in its flower beautification program by planting and manicuring flowers in more than 60 wooden barrels provided by the City and placed throughout the community.

The self-funded group is always looking for new members. To get involved in the organization, please attend one of the monthly meetings. The group meets at 7 p.m. on the second Thursday of each month at the Rosa Parks School located at 147th and Roby.

Harvey Book Club

Expand your literary horizons and get motivated to read with the Harvey Book Club. The club meets on the last Saturday of every month at 10 a.m.-noon at the Harvey Community Center. For more information, please call 708-596-7876.

M.I.A. Organization
The Mayor's Intelligence Agency helps keep the administration and law enforcement informed of the "word on the street." Citizens interested in joining the M.I.A. can contact Princeton Fields at at 708-210-5300.

Spring Summer Bi-Monthly Clean-Up
Every other month the citizens of Harvey join together to clean up the streets of Harvey. Contact the Street Department for more information at 708-210-5304.

Adopt-a-Lot Program
As a part of Mayor Kellogg's Beautification program, the Adopt-a-Lot Program helps keep the empty lots of Harvey clean of clutter and trash.
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Health Information
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Mayor Kellogg meets one of the patients

Throughout Harvey, a variety of health services facilities offer quality care for health, dental and general care.

Hospitals

Ingalls Memorial Hospital
1 Ingalls Drive
Harvey, IL 60426
Phone: 708-333-2300

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Joan Millinder of Ingalls Hospital poses with Mayor Kellogg

Clinics

Aunt Martha's Harvey Community Health Center
159 E. 154th St.
Harvey, IL 60426
708-333-1095

Lincoln Medical Center
15643 Lincoln
Harvey, IL 60426
Phone: 708-339-7000
Fax: 708-339-7026

St. Mark Medical Center
14618 Lincoln
Harvey, IL 60426
Phone: 708-333-7040
Fax: 708-333-7047

Community Medical Center
15900 Carol
Harvey, IL 60426
708-333-4383

Dental
Services

Harvey Dental Association
163 East 154th St.
Harvey, IL 60426
708-333-2646

Robbins Dental Clinic
135th and Kedzie
Robbins, IL 60472
Phone: 708-293-2400
Fax: 708-293-8295

Tooth Doctor
15335 Page
Harvey, IL 60426
708-331-4330

Other Services:

Managed Care Plans (Medicare)
800-642-6930

Cook County Department of Public Health
Markham Court House
16501 Kedzie Pkwy.
Markham, IL 60426
708-210-4500

Occupational Health Information
800-356-4674

Sexually Transmitted Disease Hotline
800-227-8922

Smoking and Health Information
800-232-1311

Suburban Cook County
Tuberculosis Sanitarium District
15948 Halsted
Harvey, IL 60426
708-333-5630
708-333-2782

COMED Transport
Ambulance Service
888-332-6633

Bud Medical Supplies
1234 East Sibley Boulevard
Dolton, IL 60419
708-331-3310
708-849-0997

Roby Eycare Associates
15437 Broadway
Harvey, IL 60426
708-331-4441
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