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September 10, 2019


Some of you might remember a soccer star from a few years back, her name is Suasana Mendoza. She was and is a bundle of energy who brought fame to Bolingbrook High as a soccer star. Now she sheds light on Illinois finances and personally she is a hero because of her highlighting the issues of running a state without …

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August 24, 2019

Public Money not working for the People aka Scoop and Toss.

No this isn’t some sort of new game I learned this week, although it has been a busy one. On Tuesday at Rotary I saw a great presentation for Toastmasters by the Chamber, (member Martie Barton gave a wonderful speech on how Toastmasters can help with public speaking) and attended an open house for a few local businesses in the …

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August 18, 2019

Big Challenges Require Big Changes

So much happened this week. It started on a bright note for me when I got to Springfield with my friend, Carol. We wanted to take a quick peek at the remodeled Governor’s Mansion. Little did we know that we got there just in time for the last of guided tours of the day. I knew that it had been …

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