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Orland Park wants meal shared on 'Family Day'

Orland Park wants meal shared on 'Family Day'

Orland Park is asking residents to spend less time online and a more time with family through a new village event, Family Day. Created by the village, The Bridge Teen Center and some local anti-bullying initiatives, the event involves families putting down their cellphones or other electronic devices and sharing a screen-free meal on Aug. 15. "Now, more than ever, we need to come together as a community to address the serious issue of bullying," Mayor Dan McLaughlin said in a statement. "One way that we can combat bullying is to stress the importance of family support. We hope that all families — single-parent, two-parent, grandparents, guardians and caregivers...

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