Cicero celebrates Greek Independence Day
CICERO – Cicero celebrates all cultural milestones because that’s the kind of town it is, town President Larry Dominick said.
And on April 17, officials were joined by residents, town police and firefighters, business leaders of Greek blood and even 20 or so Morton High School culinary class students to celebrate when Greece took up arms in 1821 to throw off its Ottoman Empire yoke and earned its independence 11 years later.
Also present was a classic Greek sculpture standing silently and still – occasionally blinking – next to the podium.
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