All the candidates for the Board of Directors were asked a series of questions to help the Owners of Chicago Market make an informed decision. Here are their responses:Read more
What’s his name?
Shawn Belschwender, Owner #1572.
Tell us your names – as well as who else shares your fridge.
We’re Rachel Simon and Tex Pasley, Owner #1575. We share our home and hearts (but not our fridge) with our two cats, Virginia Woolf and Bell Hooks.
Chicago Market Owner #1485 Tim Magner just happens to share his fridge with another coop-enthusiast - his girlfriend Tatum O'Neal works at the Dill Pickle. Let's learn more about what makes him tick...
What makes Matt Rosfelder so happy and energized?
Check out this post to learn what Kirstin's favorite food is...
Join in welcoming one of Chicago Market's Owners, David McKirnan #1542, a retired behavioral researcher and college professor with a keen interest in helping Chicago Market grow and prosper.
We're excited to bring our community together, share our progress and see and hear from our Owners at our fifth Annual Owners Meeting. All Owners and their household members are welcome -- please RSVP below!
You'll hear an update on Chicago Market's progress from Board President, Grant Kessler, as well as updates on finances, store funding and design. We'll introduce the new candidates for the Board of Directors and talk about our voting process.
After updates from the various teams, we want to hear from you! Our current Board members will be present to answer any questions during the Q&A, but of course you can reach out to us at any time at email@example.com.
Help us keep Chicago Market growing, and join us as we celebrate what we've created together and plan for the future.
4530 N Racine
Chicago, IL 60640
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We're glad to have Sam Wold (although maybe not his furry friend) as yet another Owner of Chicago Market, #1558!
Owners have questions. We've got answers!
Owners ask some pretty insightful and inspiring stuff and we covered some of them in this blog post recently: What the Owner Loan Campaign is Teaching Me About Chicago Market Owners.
But the questions keep coming, so here are a few more in this roundup of Top Questions, mostly about details and loan mechanics, so here goes: