Alisa "Lee" Beattie appointed trustee of Hanover Township

  • Hanover Township Clerk Katy Dolan Baumer, left, swears in new trustee Alisa "Lee" Beattie at Thursday's meeting.

    Hanover Township Clerk Katy Dolan Baumer, left, swears in new trustee Alisa "Lee" Beattie at Thursday's meeting. Courtesy of Hanover Township

 
Daily Herald report
Updated 5/31/2019 12:44 PM

Bartlett resident Alisa "Lee" Beattie was appointed to the Hanover Township board of trustees at the board meeting Thursday, replacing Mary Alice Benoit, who stepped down earlier in the month to take a position at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Streamwood.

"Lee currently serves as the president of the Hanover Township Foundation and is already very familiar with our mission," said township Supervisor Brian McGuire. "We appreciate her eagerness to serve and look forward to her contributions on the board."

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Beattie works in the athletics office at Streamwood High School and is a 20-year employee of Elgin Area School District U-46. She is also an active member of the Bartlett Lions Club and serves on the board of several foundations.

"Hanover Township has a strong reputation as a community-oriented organization, putting the needs of the residents at the forefront in all that they do," said Beattie. "I believe my background and experience will allow me to contribute in furthering these efforts, whether it be with seniors, youth, veterans or the disabled."

The appointment completes the unexpired term that concludes in May 2021.

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