DeKalb County Community Gardens brought their free food truck to Waterman in May 14th!
Thank you to Waterman Lion’s Club for hosting this event!
Together they helped give away food to 96 Waterman community members (25 over 60) from 37 households. The best Grow-Mobile Waterman event ever!
Look for information about the food truck coming again in the next few months!
This is National Law Enforcement Week. Please remember those officers out there in your neighborhoods and those who have given the ultimate sacrifice.
Forty Police Officers have lost their lives this year so far, which is the lowest number in over a decade. Community support has a lot to do with this result.
The Village of Waterman is a wonderful place to work and we look forward to joining you in building this community. Keep us in your thoughts this week.
Chief Joe Cicci and the entire Waterman Police Department
QSalon Quinns Grooming Parlour is Open on 145 Cedar St. in Waterman!
Katie Quinn will be available this week to do cuts or nails on Thursday, May 9th, 2019, from 10-2pm and Saturday, May 11th, 2019, from 9-12pm.
Come see QSalon Quinns Grooming Parlour at our new location at 145 Cedar St. in Waterman. Call 815-824-2417.
Are you looking for a volunteer program? Family Service Agency is looking for volunteers for their Senior Connections and Youth Mentoring programs.
For more information contact:
Stephanie Severing, BS
Community Programs Coordinator
Family Service Agency of DeKalb County
14 Health Services Drive
DeKalb, IL 60115
Clinton Township Library, 110 S. Elm, Waterman, IL – Sign up starts Monday, June 3rd.
Child and Babysitting Safety (CABS)
Hinckley Parks & Recreation is very excited to be partnering with Second Chance Cardiac Solutions again for this program!
Are you thinking about starting a career in babysitting? This fun, interactive class teaches babysitting basics and is designed to focus on supervising, caring for and keeping children and infants safe in babysitting settings. Learn fundamental information in the business of babysitting, proper supervision, basic care-giving skills and how to respond properly to ill or injured children or infants. This class also includes practice in CPR and relief of choking. All materials provided.
You must register for this program no later than Tuesday, May 14th. Questions? Contact Kari Schaddelee, Coordinator. (815) 739-1336 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday, May 19th
1:00 – 5:00pm
Hinckley Community Building (Upper Meeting Room)
Ages 11 – 15 $45/person Min 6 / Max 20