Controversial Englewood Cross Builder To Help Students Feed The Needy

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ENGLEWOOD — A retired carpenter who erected a controversial memorial to the city’s murder victims in Englewood is helping students in the community build wooden boxes that serves as mini-food pantries.

Greg Zanis, a West Side native who lives in Aurora, put up a few dozen wooden crosses in a lot he was given in the 5500 block of South Bishop Street in January. At first, there were 44 ..

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