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Letters to the Editor

Letter: Thank you to Wilhelm

A big thank you to Jim Wilhelm, who put the large American flag on the snorkel ladder near where Route 30 meets Route 47 in Sugar Grove. It is an awesome sight; many people have mentioned seeing the flag. Helen Jorgensen Sugar Grove Keep Reading

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Letter: Getting ahead in a just-getting-by world

Every Tuesday night for the last nine weeks, a group of women have gathered at the Sugar Grove Village Bible Church to acquire skills and support to break their current cycle of poverty. These women all have jobs—often two jobs—trying to make the arithmetic of rent, transportation, food, health care, child care, utilities and insurance… Keep Reading

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Letter: In response to a previous letter

In response to Elburn Herald Publisher Ryan Wells’ letter, thank you for the concerns you expressed in your open letter of July 2 regarding discussion on a potential 6.25 percent sales tax rate on newspaper, television, radio and Internet advertising. The points you make are both valid and well-stated. As a small business owner whose… Keep Reading

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Letter: Thank you to local businesses

A special thank you to Laurie and Paul at Kaneville Tree Farms for donating four new beautiful trees, and to Dan and Sue Strang of Strang Landscaping for digging and planting our new trees on Merrill Road. The Village Board and I would also like to thank Chris at A Cut Above Landscaping for donating… Keep Reading

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Letter: Thank you to Girl Scout Troop 4843

On behalf of the Elburn Lions Club, I’d like to thank Girl Scout Troop 4843 of Sugar Grove for its generous donation of 2,213 books to the Elburn Lions for Literacy program. Troop 4843 consists of 11 Girl Scouts, and they organized a book collection at John Shields Elementary School from March to May 2015.… Keep Reading

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Letter: Farewell to the Elburn community

After 30 years of serving the community with Dr. Hansen at his dental office in downtown Elburn, as well as the past several months with Dr. Brej, I thought it was time for me to take a step back from the field and leave the practice. I want to make sure that I thank everyone… Keep Reading

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Letter: Thank you to Thatcher

On behalf of the Elburn and Countryside Fire Protection District, I would like to thank Gavin Thatcher of Campton Hills for all of his hard work at Station No. 2 in our Fire District. Gavin excels as a Boy Scout in Troop 80. As an Eagle Scout project, he came up with the idea, and… Keep Reading

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Letter: Knight Run canceled

The 2015 Knight Run, sponsored by the Kaneland Foundation, has been canceled. Due to the heavy rains that have occurred and will continue all week, the Kaneland Foundation must cancel the 2015 Knight Run scheduled for Friday, June 19. Course conditions would be treacherous at best, and we do not want to jeopardize the safety… Keep Reading

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Letter: Thank you for supporting our veterans

As the parent company of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans, Health Care Service Corporation is proud to partner with the Elburn American Legion Auxiliary Unit 630 to support and honor our veterans. In addition to distributing 1,000 poppies—graciously provided to us by the Elburn American Legion Auxiliary—among our five states (Illinois, Texas, Oklahoma,… Keep Reading

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Letter: Thank you from Elburn American Legion Post 630

On Memorial Day, Monday, May 25, the Elburn community once again gathered to remember the veterans who served this country and paid the ultimate price—their lives. The Elburn American Legion Post 630 would like to thank those that made this ceremony possible by their support and participation: Elburn Boy Scout Troop 7; Kaneland Harter Middle… Keep Reading

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Letter: Thank you from the Elburn Lions Club

The Elburn Lions Club would like to thank the Kaneland community for supporting our recent vision screening. Despite spring showers early in the day, we had a great turnout for the free eye screenings. Thank you to the businesses who posted fliers. We appreciate the publicity. We are also thankful to our sponsors for the… Keep Reading

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Letter: A thank you from Elburn Food Pantry

The Elburn Countryside Food Pantry sincerely thanks Elburn area residents for their food donations, and the letter carriers for their work in collecting the food for the “Stamp Out Hunger” food drive, sponsored by the U.S. Postal Service. Eighteen-hundred pounds of food was collected by the carriers. We would also like to thank Boy Scout… Keep Reading

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Letter: Worker’s comp laws shouldn’t discourage business

Worker’s compensation, a system that arose in the early 1900s as a compromise between business and labor, is a form of insurance providing partial wage replacement and medical benefits to employees who are injured on the job. In exchange for this compensation, employees forego their right to sue their employer for damages. The Worker’s Compensation… Keep Reading

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Letter: Support the Sugar Grove Farmer’s Market

The Sugar Grove Farmer’s Market will begin on Saturday, June 7, 8 a.m. to noon in the parking lot of Sugar Grove Village Hall, Route 30 and Municipal Drive. The market operates rain or shine, and will take place every Saturday, June through September. Veggies, fruits, beef, chicken, lamb, honey, artisan baked breads, organic treats,… Keep Reading

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Letter: Thank you from Friends of T&C Library

Thank you to everyone who supported the Friends of the Town & Country Public Library’s 12th annual Flower and Plant sale May 8-9. The event was held inside the library, 320 E. North St., Elburn. We appreciate the support of our community making this flower and plant sale even more successful than last year’s event.… Keep Reading

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