OUR CHICAGO SPORTS Blog

Intern Perspectives: Connor Walsh (Sponsorship)

Last weekend at the Family Sports Festival, attendees did not let a little rain prevent them from having a good time. As rain started to fall just an hour before the event was to start, I was wondering if there was even going to be a Family Sports Festival. Fortunately, people still showed up, buses

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NNUP-Creating Resilient Neighborhoods

NNUP-Creating Resilient Neighborhoods

World Sport Chicago is thrilled to have Near North Unity Program (NNUP) as part of this year’s Family Sports Festival! NNUP is one of World Sport Chicago’s newest community partners, having been a part of PlayStreets this past Spring. Like WSC, NNUP believes that participation in sports can be a first step in becoming successful leaders

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Intern Perspectives: Caroline Soble (Programming)

Intern Perspectives: Caroline Soble (Programming)

Intern Caroline Soble returns to World Sport Chicago again this year to help us get our summer programs and activities off the ground. In this month’s Intern Perspectives blog, Caroline talks about the importance of not just being active this summer, but branching out and trying a variety of new activities. Recent research by Chicago’s

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Intern Perspectives: Connor Walsh (Sponsorship)

Intern Perspectives: Connor Walsh (Sponsorship)

As a kid, there are so many different sports to choose from. The hard part is having the chance to try each sport and being able to choose which ones you like best. This is where the Family Sports Festival comes into play. World Sport Chicago’s annual Family Sports Festival gives adults and children alike

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Intern Perspectives: Ashley Bowen (Sponsorship)

Intern Perspectives: Ashley Bowen (Sponsorship)

For as long as I can remember, I have always been captivated by the spirit and camaraderie of the Olympics Games, as well as the inspiring athletic achievement s that take place. Regardless if it is the Summer or Winter Olympics, I am glued to the TV and try to watch as much of it

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