As many residents of our community will begin celebrating Chanukah next week, I reflect on how fortunate I am to be part of a community where we can share so many traditions and cultures with one another. It is part of what makes the holiday season so special. Please join me in wishing our friends, family, and neighbors who will be observing the holiday this year a Happy Chanukah.
With Veterans Day coming up next week, I wanted to take a moment to recognize the enormous sacrifice our veterans and current military personnel have made to protect our country's freedom and to simply, but sincerely say, "Thank You."
I would like to begin this week's newsletter by saying, "L'Shanah Tovah" to everyone celebrating the New Year beginning this Sunday evening. May your new year be sweet and may you be inscribed in the Book of Life for a healthy and happy year.
It is back to school time! rn rnAs we begin the new school year, I wish all of the students of District 59 an engaging, instructive and safe start. Please remember our school zones, pedestrian crossings and buses will be once again be used on a daily basis. rnrnI look forward to seeing many of you as I visit classrooms and tour schools throughout the district this year.
VERNON HILLS, Ill. – Building on the environmental awareness created by Earth day, State Rep. Carol Sente, D-Vernon Hills, is announcing two recycling-focused events that will take place during May: a tour of the Lake County Recycling Center and a Recycle-O-Rama and Shred Day.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – State Rep. Carol Sente, D-Vernon Hills, invited Rabbi Meir Moscowitz, the Regional Director of Lubavitch Chabad of Illinois, to provide the daily invocation, or prayer, to the entire Illinois House of Representatives before the legislative session started last Wednesday.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – State Rep. Carol Sente, D-Vernon Hills, recently backed a plan to fund critical state services for the groups hit hardest by state’s two-year budget impasse such as the frail elderly, domestic violence survivors and the state’s underfunded public colleges and universities.
VERNON HILLS, Ill. – State Rep. Carol Sente, D-Vernon Hills, is backing legislation to enable small and medium-sized businesses to receive state guidance on the use of cutting-edge technology capabilities they may have trouble affording, but badly require to compete in the marketplace.