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Archive of Activities.

2003

The 6th Annual Marcy Party / Third of July Celebration.

Donations are used for Scholarships at ASBA and to further the needs at Hales Franciscan High School.

Additional money is used for books and materials for the study of Africa. A trip to Garfield Park Conservatory for the 6th through eighth grade classes of ASBA to see the Shona Stone carving exhibit was a semester highlight.

A group of after school students receives African Dance lessons from Mr. Joseph Kona and performs at the Christmas Program.
Over 400 hundred children’s books are donated to the foundation for distribution to every student at ASBA.

National Geographic and other classroom materials are donated to the foundation for distribution.

A summer school scholarship is funded at the Gow School for an inner -city student.

2002

The 5th Annual Marcy Party / Third of July Celebration.

2001

The Marcy Miller Foundation sponsors a spring luncheon and historical buss tour to ASBA for a performance of the Muntu Dance Company. The Foundation underwrote the performance.

Foundation underwrites the conference registration for the college counselor from Hales Franciscan High School to attend the Illinois College Counselors Conference.

Marcy Note cards introduced as a donation premium.

The 4th Annual Marcy Party /Third of July Celebration sponsored by the Foundation.

2000

Founding of The Marcy Miller Foundation.

Third of July Celebration sponsored by the Marcy Miller Foundation.

1999

Marcy Party continue to raise money for ASBA OLPH students visit ASBA with donations thanks to St. Paulanne

1998

The story of Marcy Park appeared on NBC’s Today show through the work of Mike Leonard, a human-interest story contributor.

1997

Marcy Party raises money for scholarships for students at The Academy of St. Benedict (ASBA) 6020 S. Laflin Chicago IL 60636