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Pat and Susan Flood

The Floods have lived in Beverly/Morgan Park since they were in their late 20s and raised three kids. “I grew up in Normal, Ill.,” Susan said. “Pat grew up in Beverly, and introduced me to it. We picked this neighborhood for our first home because it felt like a small town and we were not let down. We are surrounded by people who care about each other. Chicago is a big city that offers so much but can feel like a challenging place to navigate. It’s nice to know that BAPA has their eyes on opportunities for our community. BAPA knows how to find resources that make our families safer, our schools better and our surroundings more beautiful. BAPA keeps their finger on the pulse so we can access what Chicago has to offer. Nobody can do that alone.”

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