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Holiday display nets $10,000 for Tinley Park charity, despite theft

Despite a visit from a Christmas night thief, a Tinley Park man was able to increase the amount of donations collected from the public for Together We Cope. For the last few years, Dominic Kowalczyk has put a collection box near the elaborate holiday ... read more

Donation Box Stolen Christmas Night From Home's Holiday Display

TINLEY PARK ... each year since then. Despite the theft, he still plans to donate $10,000 to Together We Cope, which provides food, shelter, clothing and other assistance to people in crisis. Over the years, Kowalczyk's displays, which incorporate hundreds ... read more

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