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World Famous Harlem Globetrotters Help Serve Pre-Thanksgiving Feast to Those in Need in Chicago
Flip Atkins and Bull Bullard Spread Goodwill in Chicago prior to participating in Thanksgiving Day Parade and playing games at Allstate Arena
TIME: Wednesday, November 23 at 12 noon
PLACE: Cornerstone Community Outreach, 4628 North Clifton Ave, Chicago, IL
DETAILS: Harlem Globetrotters Patrick “Flip” Atkins and Bull Bullard carry out the team’s tradition as “Ambassadors of Goodwill” by helping serve a pre-Thanksgiving feast to Chicago’s less fortunate.
Flip and Bull will come equipped with the famous red, white, and blue ball to show off some Globetrotter magic for the lunchtime crowd, a day before participating in the McDonald’s® Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Flip, a native of Chicago, along with Bull and their teammates will return to Chicago, the city where the team was founded 86 years ago, to play a doubleheader at Allstate Arena on Friday, Dec. 30.
Cornerstone Community Outreach has been involved in social outreach since 1989. Their goal is to help people recover from the hardship of homelessness and poverty with dignity. Services include shelter, supportive housing, weekly soup kitchen, food and clothing pantry, job and housing referrals and medical care.