October 31, 7 pm, the Mount Prospect Jaycees will be having their Scaryoke, combining Halloween and karaoke, at the Ye Olde Town Inn. The Mount Prospect Jaycees are asking Scaryoke fun seekers to bring in a clean, gently used winter clothing item (coat, hat, gloves and scarf) for donation to the United Relief Foundation's Stand-Up efforts providing homeless veterans care, comfort and compassion.
November 1oth - Patriotic Party for Our Heroes is planning to treat veterans to plenty of soft drinks, pizza, surprises, fun and live entertainment.
The live entertainment is being generously provided by Brass From The Past “One of the Best Cover Bands in Chicago!” (CBS News), Boasting an unstoppable 6-piece horn section, tight 4-piece rhythm section, and 3 powerful singers who command the stage. Please visit their website for Band information.
Free Hi-Speed Wireless Internet | 120" Big Screen sports viewing | Jukebox | Video Poker game | Large as Life Wii game playing
WEDNESDAYS | 7 P.M.
Hump Night @ Ye Olde Town Inn /Featuring Brass From The Past
Brass From The Past plays your favorite Rock, R&B, Motown, Funk, Jazz, and Swing from the 60's and 70's. With one of the best horn sections in the Chicago area, this versatile group channels the best horn bands from the 60's and 70's.
Ye Olde Town Inn owner, Tod Curtis receives A Lifeline for A Lifetime Award from the United Relief Foundation for his generous contribution to the organization's Humanitarian Aid Initiatives.
Tod Curtis served in the United States Marines and is also the recipient of the Rotary International Paul Harris Award and Lions Foundation of Illinois Fellowship Award
Tod Curtis has personally
donated to and used his Ye Olde Town Inn restaurant to bring
awareness and raise money for organizations including the Mount
Prospect United Way, Jaycees, Rotary and Lions; as well as offered
and participated in programs for Mount Prospect residents which
include 55 plus club, Mount Prospect senior activities, Mount
Prospect Hometown Days and other downtown merchants promotions.
Hurricane Katrina Relief effort: Tod Curtis donated his time and aircraft, and paid for fuel, lodging and miscellaneous expenses to fly relief donations from Illinois (Palwaukee/Chicago Executive Airport in Wheeling) to Louisiana then flew to Georgia back to Louisiana with additional relief supplies; and returned to Illinois with two Katrina victims to reunite them with their families taking refuge in Illinois.
Tod Curtis has been and continues too be generous in donating to United Relief Foundation's efforts to provide hope and help to United States Veterans and Military Members.
I appreciate the concerns my patrons have expressed and I hope the following "excerpts" reported in the Daily Herald will be informative....
A Cook County judge has
awarded Mount Prospect business owner Tod Curtis nearly $1
million in a legal dispute with a local developer,
Curtis’ attorney said Thursday.
Curtis, owner of Ye Olde Town Inn at 18 W. Busse Ave., had sued Oz Development LLC (owned by Errol Oztekin) claiming that Oz damaged a wall on his building while developing an adjacent site into the Blues Bar.
Judge allows racketeering suit against to proceed.
Federal Judge Ronald A. Guzman has cleared the way for Tod Curtis' federal civil rights and RICO Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations complaint against Mayor (former) Irvana Wilks, village manager Michael Janonis several village employees, the Village of Mount Prospect and local developer, dentist and Blues Bar owner Errol Oztekin, to proceed to trial, according to Ricardo Di Monte, the lawyer representing Curtis.