Students get propagandize supplies, relatives to get answers during rally
September 7, 2014 - School Supplies
SAUK VILLAGE | Residents on Monday can get some giveaway propagandize reserve and ask supervision and propagandize officials any questions they competence have about internal open process issues.
Lynda Washington, a encampment trustee, worked with a area watch programs to classify a Back to School Safety convene from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Monday during a metropolitan center, 21801 Torrence Ave.
The initial 200 people to uncover adult will accept a book bag filled with assorted reserve such as pencils, pens and paper, that were donated by internal businesses and area residents.
Washington pronounced a possibility to get a giveaway book bag for their kids is useful to lower-income families.
“It’s a double whammy,” she said. “They’ll get a book bag and propagandize supplies.”
But a eventuality also will have Village President David Hanks, state Reps. Elgie Sims and Marcus Evans Jr., both D-Chicago, superintendents of School District 168 and Bloom Township High School District 206, and Sauk Village Police Chief Tim Holevis on palm to answer questions about their particular bureaucratic units.
Washington pronounced she hears many questions from internal residents associated to open reserve issues, and says this is a possibility for people to ask those questions of officials. There will be no restrictions on a topics people can ask about.
“It’s an event for people to get true answers to a questions they have,” Washington said.