Marriott Chicago Southwest at Burr Ridge
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... blue cubbie bags. We only got 1 each but that didn’t stop the Gordon Gals competitive spirit from snatching up the leftovers in the stands. We were cracking up the whole time….we really are sisters! After the game I scored a kiss from a real cubbie bear and we admired the ivy covered brick architecture.
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