February 15, 2017
By: Comcast Newsmakers Last year, After School Matters provided 23,000 opportunities to nearly 16,000 individual Chicago teenagers acrossthree program sessions. However, the organization received more than 40,000… More ›
Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Chicago Park District announced Thursday funding for a new public indoor track facility at Gately Park.
The 134,000 square foot indoor running and training facility, located at 744 E. 103rd St., is the first-of-its-kind in Chicago’s parks, according to city officials. The facility will have the ability to support athletic programs, host national intercollegiate events and serve as one of the first neighborhood campuses for After School Matters.
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