FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1971, PAGE 4 School Board Advisory Council Letter To All Forest Parkers Several years ago, the Forest Park School Board created the Advisory Council. This group Is composed of volunteer citizens whose primary function Is 1 to provide a sounding board of the community for the School Board. Many school boards have activated such .a group in an effort to give their respective communities a wider-based voice in the management of the school system. Advisory councils throughout the country have provided valuable services to their communities. The Increased flow of Information made available by a good cross-section of the citizenry has enabled school boards to upgrade the educational level of their systems and, at the same time, better manage and utilize tax dollars. The purpose of this letter is twofold: first, we wish to acquaint you with the current Advisory Council membership. Second, the school board, in its continued search for a voice from all sections of Forest Park, would lik(\to invite you to express your opinions or problems to any present Council member that it may be brought up for discussion and review. We can only be of service to you and the School Board if your suggestions and problem's are known to us. Advisory Council to the Forest Park • Board of Education FOREST PARK PUBLIC SCHOOLS FOREST PARK, ILLINOIS 1970-71 ROSTER OF THE SCHOOL BOARD ADVISORY COUNCIL Mr. Le Roy Sahly Chairman Mr. R. Nelson. Vice Chairman Mrs. William Vrtis Secretary The Council will meet on the third Thursday of each month at 7:30 p.m. for the 1970-71 school year. Ehlert, Mrs. Richard Nelson, Mr. Robert • Ross, Mrs. Warren Szymanowski, Mrs. Steve Thornton, Mrs. Donald Fippinger,'Mrs. Edward Horback, Mrs. Francis O'Brien, Mr. Raymond Sahly, Mr; Le Roy . Vrtis, Mrs. William Flight, Mr. Earl Lelivelt, Mr. Earl Marunde, Mr. Fred Stover, Mrs. Donald Tresize, Mr. William 1971 1971 1971 1971 1971 1972 1972 1972 1972 1972 1973 1973 1973 1973 1973 GW FS FS FS BR G BR BR FS GW FS FS GW G FS 20-1 Elgin Ave. 931 Hannah Ave. 924 Lathrop Ave. 905 Marengo Ave. 1441 Elgin Ave. 438 Beloit Ave. 1212 Elgin Ave.' 1318 Elgin Ave. 1028 Ferdinand 135 Marengo Ave. 11 1.4. Beloit Ave. 1104 Thomas Ave. 117 Elgin Ave. 421 Beloit Ave. • 842 Elgin Ave. 36G-1633, 3GG-2875 369-2370 36G-5171 3GG-3073 771-7462 366-2832 366-2983 366-4472 366-2074 366-0755 366-0671 771-8084 366-0299 366-3956 FACULTY REPRESENTATIVES: Mrs. Barbara Bush Alternate: Mr. Richard Latta Betsy Ross School Middle School SCHOOL BOARD REPRESENTATIVES: Mrs. Catherine Madden 1120 Beloit Ave, Alternate: Mr. Harold Whelpley 841 Dunlop Ave. SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS: Mr. Lloyd W. Lehman 939 Beloit Ave. 366-5700 366-5700 366-1340 366-1018 366-5700 Lef us help you lead a Clean life. Bring your garments to us for the finest care that modern dry cleaning can provide. . .We guarantee quick service and complete satisfaction! ZIMMERMAN'S DRIVE-IN CLEANERS Drive in Corner CIRCLE & ROOSEVELT ALWAYS ADEQUATE PARKING 366-0012. HOURS: DAILY 7:30 to 6:30 Sat. 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. CLOSED WEDNESDAY'S AT NOON lA/e (-.are about your clothe* MOHR for MAYOR VOTE APRIL 2Oth! MARUNDE for Commissioner SAN SOME for Commissioner INDEPENDENT THINKING Unified for Action **********************-^**********^ \ YOU are INVITED j ?•'-•• . . - - ". * * to a Giant * KICKOFFRAUYi * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *• * * in support of HOWARD R. MOHR for MAYOR of FOREST PARK FRIEDHELM (Fred) MARUNDE for COMMISSIONER JAMES V.SANSONE for COMMISSIONER REFRESHMENTS - MUSIC - MEET THE CANDIDATES INFORMALLY - THURS., MARCH J8fh - 8 p.m. FOREST PARfC MOOSE HALL Sponsored by The Committee for Mohr - Marunde - Sansone * * * * * * * * * * * * * * )«• X- Forest Park Grandmothers Club The sympathy of the club is extended to pur President Therese Van Thiel, Golda Barnes and Helen Eberle in the loss of their husbands In the past few weeks. The grandmothers met at the Park Budding on Wednesday, March 10th. A delicious luncheon was served under the capable direction of Inez Moe and her committee. President Therese made miniature white crosses for table favors as it was the Easter By May Wiedelman season. We sang "Happy Birthday" to our members. The "Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag" opened the business meeting, Mrs. Van Thiel presided. Reports were read and approved. A discussion of future plans was held. Contributions to our charity list for Easter was also approved. The National Federation of Grandmothers Clubs will hold their annual Spring conference and luncheon on Saturday, April 17th at Sherman House In Chicago. Many of the members are planning to attend. Chaplain Mary Schmidt closed the meeting with prayer. Rella Robinson, Ways & Means and Janet Olson, program chairman, held a hat-making contest. Prizes were awarded. We adjourned In mid-afternoon. The "Grams" wish all our friends in Forest Park a very "Happy Easter". The next meeting will be on Wednesday, April 14th.
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