2017 PRELIMINARY SCHEDULE
The following is a preliminary schedule of Board meetings.
All of the meetings are scheduled for 7 p.m. in the Hospitality Room on the 12th floor.
Please keep in mind that dates and times of the meetings are subject to change.
Changes will be announced and posted.
Thursday, September 14 (Regular & Annual Meeting)
Wednesday, October 11
Wednesday, November 15 (tentative)
Wednesday, December 13 (tentative)
(2nd Wednesdays of the Month)
Hospitality Room – 12th Floor
7:00 PM – ?? PM
A Special Time to Relax and
Get to Know Your Neighbors
AND, please bring a snack to share
Questions? Dawn Geras, HiDawnG@gmail.com
To learn more about your option to purchase electricity from an alternate supplier. Hans Herrmann of AUS (Alternative Utility Services) can be contacted by sending email to email@example.com
Many residents enjoy the convenience of yoga classes in the 12th floor hospitality room.
The class schedule is as follows:
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
8:00 AM – 9:00 AM
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Please email Dawn Geras at HiDawnG@gmail.com
or call 312-440-0229 for more information.
All building residents are encouraged to join the 55 East Erie Book Club. The meetings are held the first Monday of the month at 7:30 PM in the 12th floor hospitality room to discuss the monthly selection. Soft drinks and water are provided but feel free to B.Y.O.B. if you’d like something else. All Are Welcome, Especially New Members!
September 11th: Small Great Things
(Meeting the second Monday because of Labor Day)
The novel selected is Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult. Ruth Jefferson, an African American nurse at a Connecticut hospital, is barred from tending to a newborn by the baby’s white supremacist parents. The baby goes into cardiac distress while Ruth is on duty, briefly alone in the nursery. Should she disobey the order she’s been given by the hospital and try to save the baby? With empathy, intelligence and candor, the author tackles race, privilege, prejudice, justice and compassion — and doesn’t offer easy answers. "A gripping courtroom drama…Given the current political climate, it is quite prescient and worthwhile." —The New York Times.
October 2nd: The Handmaid's Tale
Ed will lead the discussion in October when we read The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood. The story is told though the eyes of Offred, a Handmaid in the Republic of Gilead. She may leave the home of the Commander and his wife once a day to walk to food markets whose signs are now pictures instead of words because women are no longer allowed to read. She must lie on her back once a month and pray that the Commander makes her pregnant, because in an age of declining births Offred and the other Handmaids are valued only if their ovaries are viable. Offred can remember the years before, when she lived and made love with her husband, when she played with and protected her daughter, when she had a job, money of her own, and access to knowledge. But all of that is gone now…
November 6th: The Last Good Girl
Diana Ware will facilitate our discussion of The Last Good Girl by Allison Leotta. The author writes novels drawing on her experiences as a federal sex-crimes prosecutor in Washington, D.C. The story is about the disappearance of a college girl and the issue of campus sex assaults. “A delicious tale of suspense that will have readers hurrying to find out what happens but at the same time wanting to savor each page.” — Library Journal.
PORTABLE CAR BATTERY CHARGER
Car won't start?
There is a car battery charger available to get you on the road again!
Contact the front desk at 312-440-9917 and someone will assist you.
"LIKE" SUDLER ON FACEBOOK
Sudler Property Management is now on Facebook.
The page was structured around the idea that there are issues, ideas, services and events that Sudler can share with our clients. Sudler's Facebook Page will provide a means of communcations that wil promote and provide information on community meetings, neighborhood activities, and so much more.
Sudler is not seeking to replace, but reinforce, other existing channels of communication for sharing community driven information and topics of interest.
Sudler welcomes you as "Friends" and encourages you to "Like" the Sudler Facebook page by logging in to:
NORTHWESTERN MEDICINE OPENED AN IMMEDIATE CARE CENTER IN RIVER NORTH
Northwestern Medicine recently has opened an Immediate Care Center at 635 N. Dearborn Street, on the corner of Dearborn and Ontario.
The Northwestern Medicine River North Immediate Care Center is open from 8:00 am - 8:00 pm seven days a week and requires no appointment to be seen. The center is staffed by licensed physicians and emergency medical technicians. All patients are seen by a physician.
The center treats minor ailments and injuries such as: flu, fever, and colds; sinus infections and urinary tract infections; strains and sprains; poison ivy, animal and bug bites; and rashes and sunburns. Major injuries and traumas should always be directed to a full-service emergency room.
For more information, visit www.nmpg.com/rivernorth or call 312-694-CARE (2273).
SAFETY REMINDERS FROM THE CHICAGO POLICE DEPARTMENT
Call 911 when you are witness to a public safety issue, regardless of whether the situation is an emergency. The Police Department logs every 911 call and that log is an important tool for the Police Superintendent to decide how to allocate resources.
Click here for personal safety tips from the Chicago Police Department.
Click here for tips on how to describe a suspect to police.
HEART DEFIBRILLATOR NOW AVAILABLE FOR USE AT 55 EAST ERIE
The 55 East Erie Condominium Association is proud to announce that a portable heart defibrillator is now available for emergency use in the building. The Board authorized its purchase and staff training on it in our continuing effort to make our building the best it can be – with health and safety of our residents our first priority!
Each year, more than a quarter-million Americans die from sudden cardiac arrest. According to medical experts, the key to survival is timely response including CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) or the use of a portable lifesaving device such as a heart defibrillator. The device is also known as an “automated external defibrillator” or “AED.”
If you or someone in your unit may be in cardiac arrest, it is important to first call 911 to request emergency medical attention.
Only after 911 has been called should you call the front desk at (312) 440-9917 to request the defibrillator, which a member of the door staff will then bring to your unit for use. The door staff has received training on how to operate the device. The AED is located on the first floor in close proximity to the Door staff desk.
You do not need to be a medical professional to use the device to treat a person in cardiac arrest. The AED device guides the user through the process with audible and visual prompts. The American Heart Association
notes that thousands of lives could be saved annually by prompt use of defibrillators.
If you would like to become familiar with the equipment, location and emergency procedures please make an appointment with the Management Office
Our hope is that the AED will never be needed. But if it is ever needed our building is prepared!