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the latest reports from the League's Observers, including reports of meetings of the College of DuPage Board of Trustees.
Get to Know Dorothy McGuire
Dorothy and her husband George have lived in Elmhurst since March of 1977.
While raising their 3 children, Dorothy was involved in their local PTA, as well as her church, other school district activities, and local politics.
After working full-time for a while, she went back to school full-time at Rosary College to get her BA in Business Administration. When she completed her degree, she was employed by Edward R. Kirby and Associates here in Elmhurst. She continued with her education part-time in the evenings at Dominican University (formally Rosary College) and received her Masters Degree in Business Administration.
Dorothy joined the League in 2009 and was asked to also join the board as Secretary. "Becoming a member of the League has been an enlightening experience. The women that I have had the pleasure of working with have such a wealth of knowledge and information that truly amazes me. I have learned a lot from them regarding current political issues both within the community and nationally. I am very glad that I was asked to join and be a part of this organization."
Become a Member of the Elmhurst League! Join
Membership is open to women and
men 18 years or older. We have The following membership levels!
Sponsor: $100 Two-Member Household Membership: $100 Individual Membership: $70 Full-time Student Membership: $35
All candidates eligible to participate in our Candidate Forum held on February 12, 2017, were asked to write answers to a group of League-formulated questions. These answers are published on our online Voters Guide to assist voters in choosing the best person for the job. To view the Voters Guide, click HERE.
LWV Elmhurst Candidate Forum
Our Candidate Forum was held on February 12, 2017. The Forum began with the candidates for the College of DuPage Board of Trustees (5:07 - 40:37), then featured candidates for the Park District (40:38 - 1:22:49), followed by candidates for City positions (1:22:50 - 2:09:47), and concluded with the candidates for the District 205 School Board (2:09:48 to the end).
The Candidate Forum is also being broadcast throughout March on Sundays at 7:00 pm, and Fridays at 3:00 pm on Comcast Channel 6, AT&T 99, and can be found on ElmhurstTV.Com
Mark Your Calendar!
* Thursday, March 23, 7 pm at the Elmhurst Public Library -- Regular General Meeting: Meredith Kober at NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) in Wheaton will be speaking about what services are available in DuPage County for those who may need it.
* TUESDAY, APRIL 4 -- ELECTION DAY! GO VOTE!
* Thursday, April 27, 7 pm at the Elmhurst Public Library -- Celebration of the ten-year anniversary of the Elmhurst Cool Cities Coalition. Co-sponsored by the Cool Cities Coailitition, the program is entitled The Problem with Food Waste, and How You Can Help Solve It! Kay McKeen from School & Community Assistance for Recycling and Composting Education( SCARCE) will be one of the speakers. Also planned is a speaker from Elmhurst College to address the college's food scrap collection in the dining hall, and the food recovery program that donates uneaten food to charities.
* Tuesday, May 2, Annual Meeting at Manny's Ale House -- Social Hour begins at 6:30 pm. Business meeting begins at 7 pm.
For the May 6-7 Annual Meeting of LWV Upper Mississippi River Region Inter League Organization, which will be held at the Lunda Center on the Western Technical College campus in La Crosse, WI.
If you are interesting in attending the meeting as the LWV Elmhurst delegate, please contact Sue Whitworth at president@LWVelmhurst.org.
For more information about the LWV-UMRR, go to http://www.lwvumrr.org/.
ATTENTION MEMBERS: Volunteers needed for our Observer Corps
Monitoring our local governments by attending their meetings in order to provide our members -- and the public -- with reports of the meetings is an invaluable service provided by the League. We are building up our Observer Corps, but we need your help! There are still many government meetings for which we have no observer.
If you are interested in attending and observing our local government meetings as a member of the Observer Corps, please do the following:
To view pictures of highlights from our government meetings taken by members of our Observer Corps, including the recognition of individuals/groups, go to our "A Peek from the Observer's Seat" page.
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