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Harvest Festival

Community Partners

The Loyola University Retreat and Ecology Campus would like to offer special thanks and sincere gratitude to our community partners who helped make the 2012 Harvest Festival a success.

Thank You!

Bull Valley Association 

The Bull Valley Association (BVA) aims to maintain, improve, and conserve the environmental character of the area commonly known as “Bully Valley." The BVA also serves to maintain and improve communication among residents, property owners, and others interested in the area with regards to matters of common interest. To learn more, visit thebva.org.

McHenry County Economic Development Corporation

The McHenry County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC) is a nonprofit private-public business advocacy group comprised of business and industry investors from throughout the county. Its mission is to encourage and develop the economic health of McHenry County through the retention, expansion, and attraction of commerce and industry, which is conducive to an optimal quality of life for its citizens. To learn more about MCEDC, visit mchenrycountyedc.com.

Woodstock Chamber of Commerce

As the advocate for the business community, the Woodstock Chamber of Commerce and Industry provides programs and services to ensure a favorable business climate and acts as the vehicle to promote the area’s economic and social progress. To learn, more visit woodstockilchamber.com.


Loyola University Retreat and Ecology Campus
2710 S. Country Club Road · Woodstock, IL 60098 · Phone: 815.338.1032 · lurec@luc.edu

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