Batavia family helps homeless in Chicago

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A west suburban family is continuing a tradition of spreading a little holiday cheer to the homeless in downtown Chicago.
A busload of people gathered outside the Rock and Roll McDonald's in River North today-- descending on the area to deliver coats, food and other essentials to those in need.
Randy Simonian of Batavia is a regular commuter-- and he’s become close with some of the homeless people he’s met on his walks from the train station to his office.
Simonian first organized the group of vounteers to help 100 homeless people last year.
He says it's a cause close to his heart and provides suburban teens with an opportunity to give back.

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