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Schaumburg Library to Offer Tips On Contacting Elected Officials

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  • Anyone who wants to learn how to communicate ideas, opinions or requests to local officials is welcome to attend "Dear Elected Official" at the Schaumburg Library. See article for details.

    Anyone who wants to learn how to communicate ideas, opinions or requests to local officials is welcome to attend "Dear Elected Official" at the Schaumburg Library. See article for details.

 
Susan Miura

Valuable information on how to communicate with local officials will be shared during "Dear Elected Official" from 2:30-4:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 14 in The Commons of the Schaumburg Library, 130 S. Roselle Rd., Schaumburg. Adult Programmer Debi Wolfe will provide names, positions and contact information for local officials, as well as tips for relaying thoughts, opinions and requests. No fee or registration is required for this program. Drop in any time from 2:30-4:30 p.m. to pick up handouts and ask questions.

The library is offering a wide variety of programs this fall, which are listed in the October-November Guide. Some of the upcoming programs include "Medicare Made Clear," "College 101" and "The Woman Who Gave Away the McDonald Fortune." Additionally, the library offers computer classes, bus trips, book discussion groups and much more. A full listing can be found in the Guide, which is mailed to Schaumburg Township residents and available online at www.SchaumburgLibrary.org. Copies are also available in the library.

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