News & Events
We ended the evening with another chance to hear from the District 109 State Representative Candidates. It’s always encouraging to see others involved in the community. Thank you Wabash Valley College and Farm Bureau for sponsoring these informative forums.
We spent today in White County! Going door-to-door, we have the opportunity to hear and meet so many with unique stories. We enjoyed hearing the story of Ginny’s Diner, where my father-in-law has been dining for years. Thank you Chris, for continuing to keep a small business thriving in Illinois.
After going door to door, meeting great people in Wabash County all day, we were able to attend a fundraiser for the Mount Carmel CEO program. This program is a great example of empowering our young people and encouraging entrepreneurs. We were thrilled that it was such a well-supported event. Way to go Wabash County!
Another informative District 109 Candidate Forum this evening. There will be one event left in Wabash County on Thursday, February 6th. All sessions have a different set of questions. I encourage you to take the opportunity to attend, if able. Primary voting is March 17th. Only 7 weeks away.
Thank you to the Farm Bureau for hosting tonight’s Illinois Legislative District 109 Candidate Forum. If you’re interested in attending one of these events there will be two others sponsored by the Farm Bureau. January 28th, Olney Central College February 6th, Wabash Valley College
The 9th Annual “Men Cooking for CASA” event is a well organized, enjoyable, and successful fundraiser in Jefferson County. CASA is a program of volunteers who advocate for abused and neglected children in need of safe, permanent homes. These volunteers are highly-trained and appointed by the Family Court. The CASA advocate is often one of the only constants in the life of the child during their time of need. As a State’s Attorney who has …