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Markham, IL- Local resident and Attorney Ernest B. Fenton will be distributing non-perishable food items to residents in need. The distribution will be taking place at the Veterans of Foreign War Post 9801 (VFW) on this Thursday from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. The VFW is located at 3220 West 159th St. As part of the event, light refreshments will also be available. “I want to do my part to help those in need during this holiday season,” Fenton said. “I want to give back to my community.” Fenton grew up in Markham and is currently considering running for the second congressional district. “I have been watching the race closely and I am considering running for the seat,” Fenton said.

Additionally, Fenton is dedicated to raising awareness in his community through providing community members with financial information on how they can improve their financial situation. As part of his efforts, he will be launching “The Coffee House Tour.” During this tour he will be bringing his radio show live to local coffee houses. During his radio show Fenton provides free counsel to the public and those who call in, on topics such as avoiding foreclosure and getting out of a financial crisis.

For more information on the upcoming food drive or for donation inquiries contact Monica Susoreny at or 219.455.1744. “We are hoping to reach a lot of people and are trying to get the word out to as many people as possible.”

ABOUT ERNEST B. FENTON: He grew up in Markham in a working class, blue collar family. He is one of six children. Fenton graduated from Tinley Park High School in 1988. Soon after he enlisted in the US Army and served overseas during the Cold War and collapse of the Berlin Wall. In 1990 his journey continued on to Chicago State University where he graduated with a degree in business and later taught. Additionally, Ernest opened his own business and later graduated from Harvard Law School in 1997. While in Harvard he traveled to Africa and joined the Kenyan Human Rights Commission. In 2002 he opened his own law firm, Law Offices of Ernest B. Fenton. He currently is the host on his own radio show the "Social Justice Hour” on WVOM AM 1690 and the "Gospel Truth Legal Show” on 106.3 FM.