Last Call! Our annual Kickoff Event is coming up this Thursday, September 23, at 7:00pm. Did you sign up yet? SOS Democracy: The Fight for Voting Rights is free and open to the public, invite your friends! Virtual from the Forest Park Library, register now by clicking this link.
It's time to make the donuts!
Many members already volunteered to help with our first fundraiser of the year on Saturday, October 23, making and selling donuts at the Oak Park Farmers Market at Pilgrim Congregational Church, 460 Lake Street. There are still openings for volunteers with time slots starting at 4:00am till 1:00pm. These are three hour shifts and we will be partnering with the Kiwanis Club to work on that day. Donuts are made in the church basement and everyone is required to wear a mask when working inside. This is a no brainer to raise some funds for our League by just asking members to contribute their time to work a shift. With Covid restricting our fundraising efforts for the past two years, this is one easy way to add to our funds. Use can use this link to sign up in an open slot not already taken by a Kiwanis volunteer. You can read more about the Pilgrim Donut Committee rules here. If you have any questions about this event, please contact Joan Petertil. Thanks in advance for signing up!
On Thursday, October 7, at 6:00 pm, two LWV IL Environmental Specialists will be giving a legislative update on environmental issues facing Illinois. Laura Davis, from the Palatine League, and William Koehl, from Central Kane, will provide an overview of legislation pending in Illinois, especially the Clean Energy Jobs Act. They’ll address other environmental concerns such as eliminating plastics and will discuss national efforts on stemming climate change. Laura and Bill will leave time for questions. Use this link to sign up for this virtual presentation.
Second Tuesday News
Save the date! Look for us on Tuesday, November 9, 9:30-11:00am for the first in our 2021-22 forum series. We're arranging our topic now and look forward to seeing you. In the meantime, what topics would you like to discuss this year? We'd love to hear from you. Send your Second Tuesday ideas to our 2021-22 chairs, Jane Hastings and Bob Chimis. Thanks!