Saturday, September 25, 2010 is Take Back Day, a national effort for the public to drop off expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs at more than 4,000 sites around the nation. To find a collection site near you and for more details from the Drug Enforcement Administration, click here.
Archive for September, 2010
workNet is preparing for its Manufacturing America & Resources for Business Growth Conference to be held on Wednesday, October 20, 2010 at the Forestview Educational Center. Details for this free and informative event to assist community businesses can be found at http://worknetnccforum.eventbrite.com/?ref=ebtn
The state's Treasurer's office has a new program called Employ Illinois, a plan to spark growth in businesses interested in expanding and creating new jobs by receiving qualified reduced interest rate loans . Please visit http://www.treasurer.il.gov/programs/employ-illinois/business-owners.aspx for more details and steps to take to apply for low interest loans. You may also email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (312) 814-8953 or (217) 782-2072 to ask about terms and the application process.
Information about the ESL (English as a Second Language), ABE (Adult Basic Education), Read to Learn Adult Literacy, Citizenship, GED (English and Spanish) programs are available through District 214 Community Education.
Download 214 ESL_ABE_Citizenship 847-718-7725
Services to help you apply for Public Benefits/Food Stamps Assistance/Health Care, Jobs, and the Women’s and Children’s Center are also detailed in the following link.
Download 214 Outreach 847-713-7719