Volume 1, Edition 11 | June 22, 2018
A note from Supervisor Goldberg
For most of us a trip to the grocery store, walking the aisles with the dozens of choices in each category is a given. Since childhood the routine is instilled, write a list, visit the store, make your purchases and the cupboard is full. The stark reality for many of the clients we serve is that the money needed to visit the grocery store is far from "a given." Many of our clients have faced serious setbacks in life such as unforeseen unemployment, catastropic illness, family tragedy, or simply not enough income to make ends meet.

Since the farm community beginnings of township government back in 1850, neighbors rallied around one another in times of need. In the present we tend to many of the same basic needs previous generations addressed. There really are no "givens" for any of us. That's why our staff and volunteers are here Monday through Friday at the New Trier Township Food Pantry, making a difference, helping neighbors complete their grocery list. We couldn't do it without you and are grateful for your ongoing support of our pantry.

With gratitude,

Valley Lodge Helps Keep Food Pantry Shelves Full
We are extremely grateful to Cris Pazmino of the Valley Lodge in Wilmette, who presented a check for $379 to Supervisor Goldberg. The donation was the result of a restaurant promotion held June 14th, where the Valley Lodge donated 15% of the day's receipts. These funds will help us fill our shelves during the summer months when donation decrease due to vacation and activities.

Special thanks to Trustee Gail Schnitzer Eisenberg and Heather Oliver, Marketing Manager Valley at the Valley Lodge for their work orchestrating this event.

Partnerships with local businesses help us assist neighbors in need. We thank you.
3,000 Children's Books
Our Summer 2018 Collection Drive Goal

Next month the Village of Glencoe and Winnetka Presbyterian Church are partnering with the Township on the Give Kids the Universe Summer 2018 Book Drive .

From July 19- August 3 we will be collecting new and gently used children's books for Bernie's Book Bank. Bernie's is a Lake Bluff based non-profit that has successfully distributed over 12 million books since their founding in 2009.

Please help us put books in the hands of at-risk children throughout Illinois.

If you would like to start a local book collection drive with your school or community group, please email J ack Macholl

Click here for more information on Bernie's Book Bank
Demystifying Federal Government Services
Maribeth Stein, Field Advocate and Outreach Coordinator for Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky is on-site at New Trier Township the second Tuesday of each month from 1:00- 3:00 p.m. Maribeth can help answer your questions about Medicare, Social Security, Veteran's Benefits and more.

In case you missed it, Maribeth was our guest on a recent episode of the New Trier Township Podcast. Click the link below to hear her on the show:

Township Summer Book Collection Drive July 19- August 3
Before/After School Daycare Applications Now Available
Helping income qualified working parents find reliable childcare is a priority. If you or someone you know may benefit from financial assistance, please visit the township website or click on the link below to see the application. Please submit applications by August 3, 2018.

Questions? Please phone Jeanne Winsted Rosser for more information at (847) 446-8201.

Unincorporated Cook County Vehicle Stickers
Available at the Township in June
Vehicle Stickers and Plate Tags for residents living in Unincorporated Cook County will be available for purchase online or in person at the New Trier Town Hall, 739 Elm Street in Winnetka during June. 

The Cook County Board requires that all residents of the county's unincorporated areas must purchase a vehicle sticker or plate tag for all cars, trucks, vans, SUVs, trailers, RVs and motorcycles.  Residents must purchase the sticker ($80 for a small vehicle and $100 for a large vehicle) by July 1, 2018 . If an unincorporated resident does not purchase the sticker before July 1st they will be subject to paying a late fee (double the price) and could be ticketed by the Cook County Sheriff's Deputies. Please note that Senior Citizens will be issued a permanent no-fee vehicle sticker at no charge. Residents who have questions should contact Clerk Jerome Hoynes at (847) 446-8202 ext. 12 or via email  jhoynes@newtriertownship.com

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NTT Board 2018
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