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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 16, 2005, Chicago, Illinois PAGES SECnONl DAILY HERALD SATURDAY JULY 16 NBA stars play a round for the kids BY HENRY STUTTLEY DaifyHeTaldStaJfWnter i Rather than shoot hoops some NBA stars took swings at a I golf outing in Oak Brook to ben efit underprivileged kids NBA stars Vlade Divac Peja Stojakovic and Andrei Kirilenkp hosted the event Friday to money for needy children in 1 Sacramento and Los Angeles and Russia and SerbiaMon tenegro in Eastern Europe Proceeds benefit each players charitable organization Sto jakovics Childrens Foundation Kirilenkos Kids foundation and Divacs Group 7 Childrens Foundation I The Los Angeles Lakers Divac said the players are a bridge between basketball and the children who need their help We try to use our status to bring people together he said Group 7 which consists of seven Yugoslavian athletes started the outing The group formed in 1991 to help children in orphanages and hospitals in Yugoslavia Many suffered through years of war said Divac who is from Yugoslavia George Grkinich Group 7 director said the goal is to raise for the three groups We really really appreciate the support of the local com munity he said adding the outing was held in the Chicago area because of its large Serbian population Utah Jazz star Kirilenko a Russian native said it was his first time participating in the outing Stojakovic from Serbia Montenegro and a Sacramento Kings star said he would like to see more international players join the effort He said hes all about the kids We are blessed to have a good fife and do what we like to do he said I understand Im not going to help all of them but if I change the life of some of them Ill be happy Fridays fundraiser also included an auction and dinner banquet Divac said the outing and other charitable causes show that not all NBA players are selfish troublemakers You cant say everybody is like that he said Its just like in any other profession you have good people and It does nt matter who they are and where they come from But Kirilenko said he came for two reasons to improve his golf game and to help children in his country I think its very important for the guys who have something to help the community and help kids he said For more on Group 7 visit wwwgroupsevenorg PREPARE FOR SUMMER PATIO DOOR REPAIR Cloudy Glass Worn Rollers Damaged Tracks Replaced Patio Door Repair Co 6306297400 Heirloom Quality Amish Furniture 000 SQUARE FOOT SHOW ROOM Available in 6 Sizes SHAKER BUFFET SHAKER HUTCH SHAKER GATHERING TABLE BAR CHAIRS Table Available in Other Sizes Randall Road Dean St 201 5 Dean St Charles 630 5875745 fvxa J just one doJlai she and 19 of her classmates can lead this moirungs Daily Heiaicl Thais 20 textbooks full of local news cuirent events and die Luesi weaihei icpoils for only SI Daily Herald A r To donate please call 8474274729 or visa us online at NEWSPAPER IN EDUCATION o YEAR WARRANT COMPLETE HOME ARCANE SYSTEM TOGOS OFGMMES PRODUCTIVITY SOFTWARE COMPUTER CLEANING WITH THIS AD CLLFCaPfllCING AUTHENTIC ARCADE SKLJE NOTEBOOKS INTEL 26 Ghz NOTEBOOK 1 5 XGA Display 256 MB Ram 40 Gig Hard Drive CDRW DVD Drive 3D AGP Video Display 3D Sound System Built In Stereo Speakers Network Interface WINDOWS XP HOME 2 USB 20 Ports IEEE Firewlre Interface LiIon Long Lasting Battery PCMCIA Expansion Slot Office Suite Software INTEL P4 30 GHZ 512 MB RAM 80 GIG HARD DRIVE DVD DRIVE NETWORK 3D SOUND SYSTEM 64 MEG AGP VIDEO AMPLIFIED SPEAKERS ENHANCED KEYBOARD SCROLL MOUSE 6 USB 20 PORTS Intel 28 Ghz System 80 Gig Hard Drive 256 Megs Ram 3D Video Display COLOR PRINTER Network interface DRIVE Office Suite Software 17 MONITOR 3D Speaker System PS2 Scroll Mouse Windows Keyboard 6 USB 20 Serial Parallel Ports 28 Ghz System 40 Gig Hard Drive 256 Megs Ram 3D Video Display Off ice Suite Software Network interface CD ROM Drive 3D Speaker System PS2 Scroll Mouse Windows Keyboard 6 USB 20 Serial Parallel Ports AMD 2400 SYSTEM 256 MB DDR RAM SERIAL PORT PARALLEL PORT 40 GIG HARD DRIVE CD ROM DRIVE 3D VIDEO DISPLAY 3D SOUND SYSTEM 6 USB 20 PORTS NETWORK INTERFACE OFFICE SUITE SOFTWARE BUSINESS SYSTEM AMD 2600 512 MEGS RAM 160 GIG HARD DRIVE 3D VIDEO DISPLAY CDRW DRIVE 3D SOUND SYSTEM OFFICE SUITE 6 USB 20 PORTS NETWORK M7J 91176 90 DAYS SAME AS CASK FINANCING Not responsible for typographical errors Actual systems may vary
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