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Kramer Foods
16 Grant Sq, Hinsdale, IL 60521
Kramer Foods, currently located in Grant Square, is a local store that offers groceries at affordable prices.More Established in 1953, it began as a small grocery store run by Frank Kramer on Washington Street. Afterwards, Kramer Foods moved to this location to expand its business.
United States Post Office
109 Symonds Dr, Hinsdale, IL 60521
With origins dating back to the late 1800s, the Hinsdale United States Post Office serves as a hub for standard andMore first class mail deliveries to the Hinsdale population and now roughly 1,500 local businesses. While parking is sometimes a challenge, there's free parking for up to two hours by the Hinsdale Village building. Physically handicapped customers can find parking on the east side of the post office. Inside, a staff of helpful, friendly employees administer mail, priority shipments and other postal matters.
55 Ogden Ave, Clarendon Hills, IL 60514
Teardowns offers home buyers the unique alternative to redevelop existing, outdated real estate properties byMore transforming them with modern housing construction or rehabilitation. Teardowns has taken its company national thanks to Hinsdale Central High School alumnus and business owner Brian Hickey. Founded in 2001, Teardowns helps create exchanges on a local level connecting buyers and sellers for lower costs than traditional real estate transactions. Teardowns concentrates primarily on residential transactions.
Free Speech Speakers Bureau
15 Salt Creek Ln, Hinsdale, IL 60521

Free Speech Speakers Bureau is a community service project that has grown to include over 200More speakers. This organization matches professional speakers from the fields of healthcare, business and the arts with local organization programs in the Chicago area. There is a one time membership fee of $35 for those interested in becoming a speaker with this organization. Booking a speaker here is free and a request form with information about your group and the speaking event can be submitted on the website. 

Ginny Richardson started this service after working at The Doings Newspaper and receiving many requests from different clubs and organizations in the area for speakers on specific topics. She always had good recommendations to give and then formed this group to execute an organized community of speakers. 

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