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Were you a Read to Ride winner in 2020?

Please contact Tom at the laundromat if your kid won a bike in our raffle. We have an important update about the bikes. ​

Read a book, win a bike

Read-to-Ride is back! Kids between 6 and 15 years of age can earn chances at winning a brand-new bike just by reading this summer.

2/27/2018 1:32:00 PM
Laundromat hosts national literacy summit, with book giveaways and pizza

This free event featured book giveaways, pizza, and entertainment. Some of the leading experts in literacy were here to see how we do what we do, from...

The fireworks are back, and they aren't going away any time soon

Thousands packed the Morton West stadium, and countless more lined streets and parking lots to get a glimpse of something not seen since 2009: Fireworks...

We're bringing back Berwyn's Fourth of July fireworks! A gift to celebrate our 10th anniversary

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New 90-pound washers can handle about nine baskets of laundry in one wash!

Got a huge load of laundry and want to get it all done in one machine? Or are you buried in big blankets and comforters? Our new 90-pounders are huge,...

6/8/2015 12:34:00 PM
Write-to-Ride gives kids a chance to win prizes for writing amazing short stories

Every summer, we run a reading program (Read-to-Ride) for kids aged 6-15. But this summer, we're very excited to debut Write-to-Ride, a storytelling contest...


World's Largest teaming up with USCIS for ground-breaking immigration events

November 13, 2012 09:29 AM
USCIS Chicago District Director Lori Pietropaoli explains the new Childhood Arrivals program to a crowd at Prairie Oak School in Berwyn.
© Photo by Mark Benson

BERWYN -- The World's Largest Laundromat, in its continuing commitment to the community, is partnering with local U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services representatives to hold an information event right inside the laundromat.

Officials will be in the laundromat from 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 16. They will have free packets, DVDs and even citizenship flashcards. They will take your questions about the various programs and reforms.

"We want to make this information accessible to all," Benson says. "This isn’t a hearing in Washington or a political fundraiser in downtown Chicago. This is a community meeting, right here in Berwyn."

This isn’t the first time the World’s Largest Laundromat has worked with the local USCIS office. On Nov. 3, a similar event was held in the store, complete with mock naturalization interviews. Then, on Nov. 28, the laundromat held an event specifically about the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. The new reform allows certain people who came to the United States as children and meet several key guidelines to request consideration of deferred action for a period of two years, subject to renewal, and would then be eligible for work authorization.

That event, co-sponsored by the North Berwyn Park District, was at Prairie Oak School, 1427 Oak Park Ave. in Berwyn. It featured a PowerPoint presentation byUSCIS Chicago District Director Lori Pietropaoli  and Community Relations Officer Amy Stern. Also, Ambrosio Martinez from Pilsen's Instituto Del Progreso Latino set up a table on his organization's programs and handled a steady line of questioners.

"We're committed to being a resource on this issue," Benson said. "Come to us, and we'll put you in front of the people with the answers."

For more information, please follow these links:                    For event information, please contact:                                           &n​bsp;    Mark Benson, laundromat manager                                   ​                  (708) 749-1545






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