This week, the State Capitol was dominated by public safety discussions. State Senator Karen McConnaughay (R-St. Charles) says when dealing with issues of public safety she takes her duty as a legislator very seriously, and recognizes that now more than ever public safety is on the minds of people across the state and nation.
State Senator Karen McConnaughay (R-St. Charles) has been appointed to serve on the bipartisan Legislative Public Safety Group—a group announced by Governor Rauner on Tuesday. The group will work with the administration to develop and support public safety solutions.
This week, Senator McConnaughay spotlights the Huntley Chamber of Commerce for its 2018 Home, Biz & Wellness Expo on March 3.
This week, Senator McConnaughay spotlights members of the St. Charles, Aurora and Geneva police departments, the Kane County Sheriff’s Office, and other teams from Kane County who are participating in the 18th annual Polar Plunge at 1:00 p.m., March 4, at Loon Lake in Yorkville.
State Senator Karen McConnaughay (R-St Charles) has announced the winners of her 5th grade annual art contest, and congratulated these young artists residing in the 33rd Senate District.
This week, Senator McConnaughay spotlights the Fox Valley Arts Hall of Fame and its 2018 inductees: Sterling “Stu” Ainsworth, Benefactor; Bobbie Brown, Visual Arts – Painting; Frank Catalano, Performing Arts - Music; William LeBaron, Visual Arts – Film Producer; William Moulis, Visual Arts – Murals; and LaVerne Newsome, Performing Arts – Educator.
This week, Senator McConnaughay spotlights the Forest Preserve District of Kane County and its “Maple Sugaring Days” March 3-4 at LeRoy Oakes Forest Preserve.
State Senator Karen McConnaughay (R-St. Charles) releases the following statement regarding Governor Bruce Rauner’s State Budget Address.
This week, Senator McConnaughay spotlights local organizations that have been awarded federal funding for programs to help homeless residents.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2018 Senior Illinoisans Hall of Fame awards hosted by the Illinois Department on Aging.
This week, Senator McConnaughay spotlights Kane County Recycles for its 2018 Green Guide that helps residents figure out what to recycle, and where and when to recycle it.
This week, Senator McConnaughay spotlights local students who have been honored by the Arlington Heights Daily Herald because they "... far exceed expectations with their dedication to community and making the world a better place."
This week, Senator McConnaughay spotlights three businesses in Lake in the Hills that have won local awards.
Several school districts located in the 33rd Senate District will be getting a total of $34,878 in school library grant money.
This week, Senator McConnaughay spotlights Bradie Tennell of Carpentersville, whose recent gold medal win at the 2018 U.S. Figure Skating Championships has earned her a spot on the United States Olympic team.
This week, Senator McConnaughay spotlights Apex CPAs & Consultants in St. Charles for raising more than $15,000 to help abused and neglected children.
This week, Senator McConnaughay spotlights a family in South Elgin who have adopted five girls, and the residents of Kane County who have provided an outpouring of support, both financial and emotional.
The Illinois Department of Transportation, Illinois State Police and local law enforcement agencies throughout the state are working together to ensure motorists drive sober and buckle up this holiday season. Beginning Dec. 18 through Jan. 2, more than 150 police and sheriff’s departments will step up enforcement efforts to prevent alcohol- and drug-related crashes and fatalities.
This week, Senator McConnaughay spotlights Scott Ravagnie who was recently named Fire Chief for the Village of Huntley.
This week, Senator McConnaughay spotlights West Dundee Police Officer John Scheffler for helping save the life of a toddler found unresponsive at the bottom of a pool September 9.
This week, Senator McConnaughay spotlights Judson University in Elgin for a new program that helps students with intellectual disabilities attend college.
With the holiday shopping season official underway, the FBI is warning consumers to be aware of cyber criminals seeking to steal their money and their personal information.
Entering the holiday season, shoppers are encouraged to review the annual Safe Shopping Guide released by the Illinois Attorney General’s office for information on dangerous toys and children’s products that have been recalled throughout the year.
On November 16, 77 students from across the 33rd Senate District took part in State Senator Karen McConnaughay's Youth Advisory Council at Judson University, which gave students a hands-on learning experience about public policy and the legislative process.
CASA Kane County is a nonprofit volunteer organization that has been advocating for the best interests of abused and neglected children within the Juvenile Court system since 1988.
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