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A-May-Zing Mundelein - RESCHEDULED

This event occurs in the month of May and solicits the assistance of area volunteers who help senior citizens with household chores which may be difficult or impossible for them to handle on their own. It brings people together and shows the true meaning of a community. Many tasks that are accomplished include washing windows, cleaning gutters, mowing lawns, moving heavy/awkward items, etc.

The 2017 event date has been rescheduled to September 23, 2017. Contact Jenni House at 847-968-3770 for more information.


The 2016 event took place on Saturday, May 21, 2016

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Click here for an event flyer - English Version - Spanish Version


Summary of 2016 A-May-Zing Mundelein Day of Caring

A-May-Zing Mundelein’s 21st Annual Day of Caring was held on Saturday, May 21, 2016. 197 residents from Mundelein and all throughout Lake County volunteered their time and energy to complete 106 projects at 40 locations throughout the Village. These locations were all residential. The Public Works Department was instrumental in the completion of each of the projects. They delivered and picked up supplies at many locations as well as picking up the garbage and lawn bags; without their help, the event would not have ran as smoothly as it did. The Mundelein Fire Department visited 25 homes completing 24 gutter cleanings, 8 home safety inspections and helped a resident by replacing all her smoke detectors that she had already purchased. Volunteer participants included, Mayor Steve Lentz, Trustee Abernathy, Trustee Kim, employees from Congressman Dold’s Office, State Representative Carol Sente and employees from her office, Mundelein Fire Department personnel, Mundelein Police Department personnel, Mundelein Police Academy Alumni Association, the Mundelein Queens, Keumgang Martial Arts, Walgreen’s, Carmel High School students, M.A.S.C., Mundelein Police Explorers Post 184, the Latino Citizen Police Academy, Carl Sandburg – Girls on the Run, Mundelein Church of the Nazarene and Matthew’s Clearview. This year we had several local businesses donate either supplies or volunteers: Dunkin Donuts donated coupons for a free donut for each of the volunteers Groot donated a dumpster McDonalds donated an extra value meal coupon for each of the volunteers Taylor Rental donated ladders Appreciation letters have been sent to the local business that donated supplies. We have already started receiving feedback from the homeowners which has been extremely positive. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or require additional information.

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