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Changes in tomorrow's parent group meeting

Time and leader change highlighted in bold and/or red:

Every third Tuesday, starting September 21st from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m., the EPD will be hosting a parent support group for parents/guardians/caregivers raising challenging teens. The sessions will be led by Gina Secemsky, School Social Worker at Oakton Elementary School and will take place at 1123 Emerson, Suite 200 (SASI Conference room). Dinner will be provided.

Please pass along the information to any interested parents.

Parents group sponsored by Evanston Police

Please refer to the update of 09/20/10.

6th Ward meeting, Wed., Sept. 22, 7PM

A 6th Ward meeting will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 22 at 7:00PM at the Three Crowns Park. Three Crowns is located at 2323 McDaniel, Evanston. The meeting will take place in the Multi-purpose Room on the first floor, north side of the building. There will be someone at the McDaniel entrance to direct you.

Library Board to hold funding forums

The public is encouraged to attend the City of Evanston's public library funding forums. The Library Board will hold two forums to discuss the history of the Evanston Public Library, an overview of the Task Force on Sustainable Funding's report and an overview of the Library Fund. There will be a period for questions and answers.

The first forum will be held Saturday, August 28 from 10 AM to noon in the Community Meeting Room at the Main Library, 1703 Orrington Avenue, Evanston.

6th Ward: Bird tests positive for West Nile virus

Evonda Thomas, Evanston Public Health Director, announced today the first bird testing positive for West Nile virus in Evanston this year.
“As temperatures start to warm up, we’re going to start seeing more mosquito activity and an increased risk for West Nile virus,” said Ms. Thomas. “Although most cases of West Nile virus are mild, the virus can still cause serious, life-altering and even fatal disease. That is why it is so important to protect yourself against mosquito bites by wearing insect repellent and getting rid of any standing water around your home.”


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