Archives for November 2014

FAQ About Life Insurance: What You Should Know

Life insurance can be a daunting thing to think about. However, it is a good idea for everyone to plan ahead and get a life insurance policy to protect your loved ones. To help you out, we have some answers to frequently asked questions about life insurance. Who needs life insurance? Everyone can benefit from having life insurance, but the need varies with a person’s age and responsibilities. Anyone who has people depending on them should get life insurance. What does life insurance Read More

Tips To Protect Your Home From Winter Weather Hazards

With the winter seasons ahead, the weather conditions can be dangerous or problematic for your home! Keep these helpful tips on how to deal with bad weather conditions in mind, to stay protected through the cold winter months! Take the time to identify any weather hazards that are common in your area that you may have to deal with. Get a home insurance policy or review your current coverage! Make sure your insurance policy covers you for the common local weather conditions, in case Read More

Do Not Miss Chicago’s Thanksgiving Parade!

Chicago is proud to be presenting their annual Thanksgiving Day Parade! Join or tune in with family and friends this Thanksgiving to get in the holiday spirit! Gathered is some vital information that will help you get the most out of your parade experience! When and Where: Chicago’s Thanksgiving Parade will start promptly at 8:00 am CST on Thanksgiving morning (Thursday, November 27th, 2014). The parade starts at Congress Parkway, heads north on State Street, and concludes at Randolph Read More

Village Welcomes Holiday Season With Winter Festival & Tree Lighting

The Village of Orland Park will begin the holiday season with its free Holiday Festival on Sunday, November 30, 2014. The festivities begin at 3 p.m. with the arrival of Mayor Dan McLaughlin and Santa Claus at the Orland Park Civic Center, 14750 South Ravinia Avenue. Activities at the Civic Center will be offered from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. “We invite everyone to enjoy the Holiday Festival at the Civic Center and then to come outside as we light the village’s tree in front of the Village Hall,” Read More

Keep Your Thanksgiving Safe With These Safety Tips!

The kitchen is one of the main areas of your home during the Thanksgiving holiday! With all the family activities going on, safety is a very important aspect! Here are some simple tips to make sure your Thanksgiving is a safe one! General Safety: -Keep matches and lighters out of reach of children and never leave kids alone with lit candles. -Make sure your smoke alarms are working by testing them and replacing the batteries if necessary. Cooking Safety: -Stay in the kitchen when Read More