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Fire boards seek members:

The Palatine Township board is accepting resumes for open seats on two different fire protection district boards: Hoffman Estates Fire District #1, and the Palatine Rural Fire Protection District. The terms of both appointments are three years, starting May 1. For the Hoffman Estates opening, applicants must live in the Windemere subdivision in South Barrington. Applicants for the Palatine Township Rural Fire Protection District opening must reside within the fire district. Resumes will be accepted until the close of business Monday, April 9, and should be emailed to Supervisor Sharon Langlotz-Johnson at or dropped off at the Palatine Township administration desk, 721 S. Quentin Road in Palatine. Candidates may be asked to appear before the township board April 23. For more information, call (847) 358-6700.

Elk Grove Twp. board vacancy:

Elk Grove Township is accepting applications to fill a vacated trustee seat. Andrea Koshaba resigned her position in late February. The township is seeking residents to apply to complete the term ending in May 2021. Applications are due by 4 p.m. Friday, March 23. Applicants must be available to meet with the township board after 5 p.m. Monday, April 2, to be considered. Under state law, the person appointed to fill the vacancy must be a member of the same political party as the outgoing trustee. Koshaba was a Republican. Information can be emailed, faxed, mailed or delivered to Elk Grove Township. Applications can be emailed to Administrator Paul Pioch at, faxed to (847) 437-0434, attention: Paul Pioch, mailed to, or delivered in person to Elk Grove Township, 2400 S. Arlington Heights Road in Arlington Heights.

Remodeled Catchpenny event:

Catchpenny Resale Shoppe, an enterprise of the Volunteer Auxiliary at Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital, will formally thank the Huttinger family and GFX International on Monday, March 12, for helping to breathe new life into the downtown Barrington store. A plaque dedication ceremony at 10 a.m. will express gratitude to Chuck Huttinger and members of his team for donating design and installation services to remodel the store at 118 E. Main St.

Schaumburg hosts art contest:

Schaumburg's engineering & public works department is hosting a contest for children to win a chance to have their artwork featured in upcoming open house promotions for the event held in May. The contest is open to Schaumburg residents enrolled in kindergarten through eighth grade. Children should draw a picture of "What Public Works means to them." Submissions can include drawings of people, projects or vehicles, and should be submitted on an 8.5-inch by 11-inch sheet of paper. All drawings must include the student's name, age and telephone number or email on the back. Drawings will be accepted through 5 p.m. Friday, April 13 and can be sent via mail or dropped off to: The EPW Relations Committee, 714 S. Plum Grove Road, Schaumburg, IL, 60193. Only one submission per student. For questions, contact Laurie Walter at or (847) 923-6612.

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Publication:Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)
Date:Mar 9, 2018
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