BARTLETT – State Senator Tom Cullerton (D-Villa Park) will host a senior resource fair from 9 a.m. to noon on Thursday, Oct. 16 at the Bartlett Community Center.

 

State, local and private senior programs will be on hand to give out information and answer questions. Health organizations will also provide medical screenings for participating seniors.

 

The event is open to the public and the press.

 

Service providers include:

Bloomingdale Park District

Illinois Treasurer's Office I-Cash Program

Northeastern Illinois Agency on Aging

Pace

Regional Transportation Authority

Secretary of State Mobile Unit—issue state IDs and driver licenses

Tru Rehabilitation and Wellness

Veterans Assistance Commission

Walgreens—provide flu shots for seniors who bring their insurance cards

West Suburban Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

Wohl Eye Center

 

DATE:

Thursday, Oct. 16

TIME:

9 a.m. to noon

LOCATION:

Bartlett Community Center

700 S. Bartlett Road

Bartlett

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052214 js 0399VILLA PARK — DuPage County parks will see new construction and improved facilities as a result of a $7.1 million investment announced by Governor Pat Quinn.

The grants are a portion of the $50 million made available through the Parks and Recreational Facility Construction program, administered by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources.   

“This project will deliver numerous benefits to DuPage County by providing new jobs, improving our landscape and encouraging our citizens to adopt a healthy lifestyle,” Senator Tom Cullerton (D-Villa Park) said.

These investments—given to help local governments with the costs of developing and improving parks and recreational facilities – will be granted to four DuPage County Park Districts.   

The Addison Park District will receive $1,812,526 to renovate the Community Park Recreation Center on East Oak Street. Improvements will be made to the climate control system, facility lighting and windows.  Interior floor space will be reconfigured to provide a larger, more functional space for recreation programs and the existing gym area will also be renovated. The total estimated project cost is $3,484,000.

The Bartlett Park District will receive $975,000 to renovate the Schrade Gymnasium on Stearns Road. The project includes improvements to the gymnasium, an elevator and the renovation of multi-purpose rooms. The total estimated project cost is $1.3 million.

The Hanover Park Park District will receive $1,878,100 to construct a recreational field house on Arlington Drive. The facility will be used for indoor soccer, lacrosse and basketball as well as summer camps. The total estimated project cost is $2,504,240.

The Roselle Park District will receive $2,477,200 to demolish the existing Turner Park Field House on Roselle Road and construct a new 8,855-square-foot recreation center. The project also includes site improvements and a new outdoor pavilion. The total estimated project cost is $3,303,000.

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