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I retired 3 years ago after nearly 30 years as a Sales Executive for CIGNA Corporation and DST Health Care Solutions. Upon re-tirement, I was determined to pursuit life’s next chapter doing something I truly knew I wanted to do.

My initial inclination was going into teach-ing. I have always been a prolific reader of history and I felt this would be the disci-pline I would have the most to offer. How-ever, after coming to the realization that this was not a possibility, too many history teachers in Illinois, I decided to move in a different direction.

Besides my family and friends, I have two great passions in life; my love for the city of Chicago and my love of history. After I re-tired two years ago, I decided to unite these two passions by creating Chicago’s Finest River Walk Tour. My friends advised me that Chicago already had many bus, boat and walking tours. I agreed, but I was con-vinced that the city of

Chicago did not yet have Chicago’s Finest River Walk Tour and needed it. The reason I knew this was because after taking many of

these tours, I realized that no one of th told the real “Story” of Chicago and th story needed to be told. Thus, in 2010 Chicago’s Finest Tours was born!

Today, Chicago’s Finest Tours is the 6t highest ranked activity (out of 140) in city of Chicago according to tripadvisor.com.

We are Chicago’s most dynamic and f tertainment alternative! We offer our g highly passionate and energy-packed ities ranging from walking tours, bus and highly advanced scavenger hunts Ultimate Quest. We distinguish oursel by providing our guests captivating st telling, keen visualizations and infecti enthusiasm! Our mission is to ensure e guest walks away with a smile on thei and better understanding of our amaz city.

Chicago’s Finest Tours Ofc: 312-202-0745

doconnell@chicagowalktour.com www.chicagowalktour.com

O VER 50 & A CTIVE

There may come a time in a hockey player’s life when he asks himself, “should I stop playing this sport?” Men in the Chicago Silver Hockey Club may think back on days when the game was easier with fewer bumps and bruises during competition, come back each week and they still love the game. Younger skaters, who watch the “Silvers”, make comments like, “for old guys, they can still shoot and skate!” These young skaters might not be able to see into their own future and understand that the desire to skate and compete exists for a lifetime. Each Silver skater looks forward to the next time they hit the ice and feel the kid in them once again emerge .

Silver Hockey Club in Chicago – Fifty and Older

Tommy G. Founder & Orga Chicago Sliv Hockey Clu

Dan O'Connell

doconnell@chicagowalktour.com

What do many 50+ Chicago area residents have in common?

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