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Prescription Drug Takeback & Recycle/Shred Event - Lyons Township - September 23

Senior Luncheon - IHP Village Hall - September 28


Movie in the Park - Ratatouille - October 7 

Pickleball Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Bunco at the Clubhouse

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The event will begin on October 7th at 5:30 p.m. with grilled hot dogs (one per person), popcorn, and cotton candy.

At dusk, 6:20 p.m., the movie will begin. Bring your own blankets and chairs.

Blackhawk Park
October 7th at 5:30pm

Mondays and Wednesdays
6:30pm - 8:30pm

Bunco at the Clubhouse

First Tuesday of the Month


Bunco night is back! Come out for a fun night of Bunco and treats at the clubhouse and bring your own drinks.


Ladies only, 21 yrs and older, please.


Please bring $5 for prize money.

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Need  Help?

We got a guy(s)!

Acacia Association

Crew Members Available for Side Work


Jose Antonio Ambriz Herrera: (773) 655-7086

Sergio Tinoco: (708) 963-7558

Roy Rosales:    (630) 880-9420


  • Paint In/Out

  • Repair decks and balconies

  • Repair roofing

  • Drywall

  • Woodwork (Carpenter)

  • Patio Work

  • Clean and repair gutters

  • Paint decks        


Flavio Tena: (708) 682-0171

Victor Tena (708) 527-6349


  • Maintaining Gardens/yards

  • Planting/removing trees and bushes

  • Pot planting, Mulch in gardens/trees

  • Trimming bushes

  • Painting and power washing decks

  • Power washing patios/walkways

  • Moving furniture

  • Placing PVC pipe in ground for gutters

  • Cleaning out gutters

  • Clean weeds

Edgar Murillo (708) 315-3559

Juan Murillo (708) 616-2014


  • Various Landscape Work

  • Tree trimming, planting and removal

Javier (708) 514-4779


  • Yard work

  • Painting

  • Deck Staining

  • Power Washing

Road Construction is Complete!
What exactly is under Acacia Drive?

Finally! We all survived the Acacia Drive reconstruction project and Acacia resident Jerry Buttimer has generously provided us with some fun footage of the entire process. 


About 50 retention boxes were installed before rebuilding the street. The boxes weigh about 16,000 lbs each and interlock for a continuous system. It required a large excavator, front loader, trench box for safety and truckloads of gravel to set the boxes properly and support the new roadbed. 

Watch the focus and skill of the excavator operator and the muscle of the machine. It amazing that it was a game of inches with such large moving parts!

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