Pictures of Spring valley Events and People
 

APRIL 2016

Free Tutoring for Grades 9-12

Tuesdays & Wednesdays

IVCC Learning Commons

No appointment needed.

Tues. 4-8 p.m.

Wed. 3-6 p.m.

For more information contact:

815.224.0318

Click on FLYER

 

April 2nd

St. Margaret’s will hold a Mom’s Special Helper Sibling Class for soon-to-be big brothers and sisters on Saturday, at 10 a.m. in room 309 on the third floor of the Hospital. 

The class will be conducted through the use of a video, demonstrations, and storybook readings.  A tour of the Family Birthing Centre will be provided, and participants will receive refreshments, certificates, a gift bag and souvenir handouts. 

Parents are encouraged to sign up their 3-10 year olds for this free class.  To register, call St. Margaret’s Family Birthing Centre at 815-664-1345.

 

April 2nd-3rd

Illinois River Walleye Classic

Barto Landing on the IL River

For registration information visit:

http://www.spring-valley-walleye.org/irwc.html or WALLEYE CLASSIC

 

April 2nd

Spring Valley Walleye Club's Kids Free Fishing Seminar

Held immediately after the weigh-in of the IL River Walleye Classic at Barto Landing. (Weigh-in starts about 2 p.m. ) Professional anglers and club members teach kids fishing techniques. The 1st 50 kids that sign up will receive free rods & reels and takle boxes.

A drawing will also be held for a bicycle.

April 2nd

April 4th

St. Margaret’s support group for persons affected by Parkinson’s disease will meet at 1:30 p.m. in the Hospital’s First Floor Presentation Room. 

This month’s presenter will be Matt Wolff.  He is a specially trained advocate for Parkinson's patients.  Matt's role is to educate those with Parkinson's disease of their treatment and care options.

The support group offers emotional support, socialization and an opportunity to share information with others who are affected by Parkinson’s disease. 

The group meets regularly every first Monday of the month from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the St. Margaret’s First Floor Presentation Room.  Free Valet Parking is provided, and wheelchairs are available in the hospital.  For more information, please contact 815-434-7114.

April 5th

A Free Diabetes Support Group will be held at St. Margaret’s Hospital from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.  The “Living Well With Diabetes” group meets the first Tuesday of each month, and registrations are appreciated by the Thursday before each meeting.  For more information or to register, please call 815-664-1501.

 

April 5th

St. Margaret's will host a “Health Care Provider CPR” course from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.  The class is for any health care professionals – including lifeguards, firefighters, health care workers, etc – who need to know how to perform CPR, as well as other lifesaving skills in a variety of in-hospital and out-of-hospital settings.

The class cost is $30, which includes the instructional book, and is conducted by American Heart Association instructors.  It will be held in the hospital’s First Floor Presentation Room.  For more information, or to register, call 815-664-1486.

April 7th

“Visions,” a support group for anyone with any type of visual problem, will meet from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in St. Margaret’s First Floor Presentation Room.

“Visions” meets regularly on the first and third Thursday of each month from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.  For more information, call 815-664-5311.

 

April 9th

St. Margaret’s Hospital will offer a Lipid Profile Screening from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. in the hospital’s first floor presentation room.  The $20 fee includes a check of cholesterol, triglycerides, HDL and LDL.  A twelve-hour food and beverage fast is recommended for more accurate results.  Registration is recommended by calling St. Margaret’s at (815) 664-1486.

 

April 9th

Father/Daughter Dance

7-9 p.m.

Spring Valley Elementary/JFK

Click on REGISTRATION for a flyer.

April 10th

St. Margaret’s Gift Shop Trunk Show

1 p.m. Celebrations 150, Utica, IL

Tickets $20

Click on TRUNKSHOW for details

 

April 12th

The Children's Grief Group is a children’s support group through life’s difficult changes of death, divorce and loss.  The next meeting will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., in St. Margaret’s Hospital’s First Floor Presentation Room.

For more information, call 815-664-1402.

April 12th

“Cardiac Chat,” is a meeting for anyone with heart-related issues or lives with someone with heart problems.  The next meeting will be held in the First Floor Presentation Room.  This meeting is FREE to the public.

The goal of Cardiac Chat is for individuals to learn the skills that help manage their condition and improve their quality of life.  Family members are encouraged to also attend and bring questions.  Attend for the whole hour or just stop in during the scheduled time.  Staff members from various departments in the hospital will be on hand monthly to answer various questions:

Nurse – blood pressure, pulse and weight

Durable Medical Equipment – questions about medical equipment, oxygen

Social services – see what resources are available in the community – home health, etc.

Pharmacist – discuss and answer any questions about medications

Cardiac Rehab – discuss physical activity and smoking cessation

Dietitians – dietary changes and weight management

Managed Care – answer any questions about insurance/Medicare plans

For more information regarding “Cardiac Chat,” please call 815-664-1118.

 

April 13th

St. Margaret’s Hospital will offer a Lipid Profile and Glucose Screening from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. in the hospital’s first floor Presentation Room.  The $20 fee includes a check of cholesterol, triglycerides, HDL and LDL. 

A twelve-hour food and beverage fast is recommended for more accurate results.  Registration is recommended by calling St. Margaret’s at 815-664-1486.

April 16th & 17th

Valley Flowers & Gifts and Amia Boutique Spring Open House

Saturday, 8:30-3

Sunday, 10-3

20% off storewide, excluding fresh flowers and special orders both days at Valley Flowers & Gifts. A make-up consultant and photographer will be on site Sunday for a $10 Mother/Daughter photo.

Snacks and specials.

Wine Tasting at both stores on Sunday!

 

April 16th

Spring Valley United Church of Christ Spaghetti Dinner

Serving from 4 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

$8 per person; $4 for Child's portion

Preschoolers Free

Click on SPAGHETTI for more details.

 

April 19th

St. Margaret’s Grief Support Group will meet from 6 – 7 p.m. at St. Margaret’s Hospital in the First Floor Presentation Room.  Anyone who is experiencing grief due to a loss of a loved one is welcome to attend.  Meetings are held every third Tuesday of the month. 

For any questions, please call (815) 664-1402.

 

April 21st

The Look Good…Feel Better® program will be offered to residents of the Illinois Valley at St. Margaret’s Hospital in Spring Valley from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.  This free program is a joint effort between the American Cancer Society, the National Cosmetology Association, and the Personal Care Products Council Foundation that teaches beauty techniques to women who are actively undergoing cancer treatment to help them combat the appearance-related side effects of radiation and chemotherapy.  The session is free, but registration is requested to ensure the proper make-up kit and materials are available for each participant.  To register for either program or for additional information, please contact 815-664-1440.

Look Good…Feel Better® is as much about improving and maintaining self-image and confidence as it is about appearance.  Patients enjoy the opportunity to spend time in a relaxed, non-medical setting with others in the same situation.  And the free make-up and instruction from professionals helps them look and feel better.

According to the American Cancer Society, there are dozens of anti-cancer drugs in use today, each with its own set of possible side effects.  Possible appearance-related effects of chemotherapy and radiation include: hair loss on the scalp, eyebrows or lashes; weight gain or loss; changes in skin pigmentation and texture; skin oiliness, itchiness or peeling; and alterations in nail texture and growth rate.

The American Cancer Society is dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by saving lives, diminishing suffering and preventing cancer through research, education, advocacy and service.  The Illinois Division has more than 120,000 volunteers and staff fighting cancer in the state.  For the most up-to-date cancer related information and to join the fight against cancer, call 800-ACS-2345 or visit www.cancer.org

 

April 21st

“Visions,” a support group for anyone with any type of visual problem, will meet from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in St. Margaret’s First Floor Presentation Room.

“Visions” meets regularly on the first and third Thursday of each month from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.  For more information, call 815-664-5311.

April 23rd

There will be a Food Service Sanitation Class offered at St. Margaret’s Hospital from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. The state test will be administered at 4:00.  This is a State approved 8-hour course for the Illinois Food Safety Certification. All food service facilities are required to have a certified manager.

For more information contact David Williams at 815-564-5603, or email Dave at: williamsclasses@gmail.com

 

April 23rd

St. Margaret’s ‘Habit for Health’ 10K Race is a 3 mile Fun Run/Walk.

It’s Not too late to be a sponsor, a racer, or a volunteer.  Everyone has a great time on the course that winds thru the neighborhoods of Spring Valley.  The race will benefit the Esophageal and Colon Cancer Prevention Center at St. Margaret’s. 

Visit the St. Margaret’s WEBSITE for more information or click on RACE.

April 24th

Spring Run White Bass Classic

Launch & Weigh-In at Barto Landing

80% Payout to 20% of the Field

Trophies for 1st, 2nd & 3rd Places & Biggest Fish

Sponsored by IL Valley Outdoors and

Rat Nasty Lures

Click on BASS for registration form.

 

April 25th - 29th

Spring Clean Up

Items need to be out by 6:a.m. on your regular garbage service day.

Click on CLEANUP for details.

 

April 26th

St. Margaret’s Health is pleased to announce that we are now offering “Teens Need Teens” Peer Support Grief Group.  The next meeting will be held from 6-7 p.m. in the hospital’s First Floor Presentation Room.

It is a free program, coordinated by a trained, licensed clinical social worker, to help the teen put their feelings into words, work through their grief, build a stronger sense of self esteem, and begin to accept what has taken place in the family.  If your child is struggling through a painful lossexperience, this will be an opportunity for them to share what they are experiencing within a confidential, small group of peers.

For more information, please call Jennifer at (815) 664-1402.

 

April 30th

ST. BEDE AUCTION, SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 2016

THIS IS WHERE YOU BELONG!

5:00 pm Mass and tour of the Abbey

6:00 pm Cocktail and Silent Auction

6:45 pm Minute To Win It / 60 seconds to bid and win!

715 pm Dinner / All new menu and HOT Caterer!

7:45 pm Live Auction / 1-hour Live Auction, Entertainment and chance to win one of 50 signature St. Bede limited edition bears.

Dancing, dancing, dancing, dancing, and more dancing til 11:00 pm

Abbot Vincent Gymnasium | $90 per person | Cocktail Attire

 

 

SVHA Museum

Open Saturdays 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

or by Appointment

(Closed December 19th & 26th and the months of January & February, except by appointment only)

Call: 815.830.4303

201 W. St. Paul Street

Coal Mining, Businesses, & More

We are looking for your familiy histories. Please share a copy with us!

MAY 2016

May 1st

Chicago Brass Band with the Hall H.S. Concert Band

3 p.m., Hall H.S. Auditorium

Tickets $10 each, available at the door or at the school office (during school hours)

Proceeds benefit the Hall Band and Choir Programs.

815.664.2100 or audtickets@hallhighschool502.com

May 2nd

St. Margaret’s Prenatal/Lamaze classes for expectant mothers, called “1-2-3-4 What To Expect From Labor/Delivery and More,” will begin from 6:30 to 9 p.m. in the First Floor Presentation Room at St. Margaret’s Hospital.

The four-week series of classes will consist of lectures on all aspects of pregnancy, including: stages of labor and delivery, techniques for pain relief, caesarian sections, medical interventions, Lamaze breathing techniques, conditioning and relaxation exercises, newborn care, breast and bottle-feeding and infant CPR.  Films on childbirth, car seat safety, infant care and infant safety are shown, and a tour of St. Margaret’s Family Birthing Centre is provided.

Participants are asked to bring a blanket, two pillows, and a labor coach (support person).  Expectant fathers are welcome and encouraged to attend.

There is no charge for the classes.  To register, call St. Margaret’s Family Birthing Centre at 815-664-1345.

 

May 2nd

St. Margaret’s support group for persons affected by Parkinson’s disease will meet at 1:30 p.m. in the Hospital’s First Floor Presentation Room.  This month’s presenter will be Matt Hancock, from Hammer's Energy Fitness in LaSalle.  Matt will talk about his Hitn2Heal Program for Parkinson's patients.  It involves boxing and other forms of physical training tailored to Parkinson’s patients.

The support group offers emotional support, socialization and an opportunity to share information with others who are affected by Parkinson’s disease.  The group meets regularly every first Monday of the month from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the St. Margaret’s First Floor Presentation Room.  Free Valet Parking is provided, and wheelchairs are available in the hospital.  For more information, please contact 815-434-7114.

 

May 3rd

St. Margaret's will host a “Health Care Provider CPR” course from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.  The class is for any health care professionals – including lifeguards, firefighters, health care workers, etc – who need to know how to perform CPR, as well as other lifesaving skills in a variety of in-hospital and out-of-hospital settings.

The class cost is $30, which includes the instructional book, and is conducted by American Heart Association instructors.  It will be held in the hospital’s First Floor Presentation Room.  For more information, or to register, call 815-664-1486.

 

May 3rd

A Free Diabetes Support Group will be held at St. Margaret’s Hospital 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.  The “Living Well With Diabetes” group meets the first Tuesday of each month, and registrations are appreciated by the Thursday before each meeting.  For more information or to register, please call 815-664-1501.

 

May 3rd

Rip's Fundraiser

For Project Success and Food Pantry

4:30 - 7:30

 

May 4th, June 8th & July 13th

The University of Illinois Extension will do a Wellness Wednesday series at the Richard A. Mautino Memorial Library which is a free program to participants.  Class #1: Summertime Crock Pot Cooking;

Maximize your Slow Cooker is Wednesday, May 4, 2016 at 4:00-5:00 pm. 

Class # 2: Freezer Overload; Cooking for 1 or 2 is Wednesday, June 8, 2016. 

Class #3: Farmers Market Fresh; Cooking with Fresh Vegetables is Wednesday, July 13, 2016 at 4:00-5:00 pm. 

More details will follow about registration

May 5th

“Visions,” a support group for anyone with any type of visual problem, will meet from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in St. Margaret’s First Floor Presentation Room.

“Visions” meets regularly on the first and third Thursday of each month from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.  For more information, call 815-664-5311.

 

May 7th

SV T-Ball Sign Up

8 a.m. - noon

$3 with no shirt

$10 with shirt

Mautino Distributing Office

501 W 1st Street

For Questions Contact:

Tony Mautino: 815.663.4000

Lindsay Ferrari: 815.878.4577

*Coaches Needed*

Click on T-BALL for registration form

 

May 8th

Happy Mother's Day!

May 10th

The Children's Grief Group is a children’s support group through life’s difficult changes of death, divorce and loss.  The next meeting will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., in St. Margaret’s Hospital’s First Floor Presentation Room.

For more information, call 815-664-1402.

 

May 10th

“Cardiac Chat,” is a meeting for anyone with heart-related issues or lives with someone with heart problems.  The next meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 10, from 3-4 p.m. in the First Floor Presentation Room.  This meeting is FREE to the public.

The goal of Cardiac Chat is for individuals to learn the skills that help manage their condition and improve their quality of life.  Family members are encouraged to also attend and bring questions.  Attend for the whole hour or just stop in during the scheduled time.  Staff members from various departments in the hospital will be on hand monthly to answer various questions:

Nurse – blood pressure, pulse and weight

Durable Medical Equipment – questions about medical equipment, oxygen

Social services – see what resources are available in the community – home health, etc.

Pharmacist – discuss and answer any questions about medications

Cardiac Rehab – discuss physical activity and smoking cessation

Dietitians – dietary changes and weight management

Managed Care – answer any questions about insurance/Medicare plans

For more information regarding “Cardiac Chat,” please call 815-664-1118.

 

May 10th

Walleye Club Meeting

Spring Valley Boat Club

 

May 11th

St. Margaret’s Hospital will offer a Lipid Profile and Glucose Screening from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. in the hospital’s first floor Presentation Room. 

The $20 fee includes a check of cholesterol, triglycerides, HDL and LDL.  A twelve-hour food and beverage fast is recommended for more accurate results. 

Registration is recommended by calling St. Margaret’s at 815-664-1486.

May 14th

Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive

to benefit Hall Twp. Food Pantry

Leave Non-perishable Food Donations by your Mailbox.

May 15th

LZ Resale & Indoor Shooting Range

"YOU SUNK MY BATTLESHIP COMPETITION"

10 week competition begins May 15th

Click on SUNK for details.

 

May 15th

Fishing at Hennepin & Hopper Lakes will open May 15

We’re pleased to announce that the 2016 fishing season at Hennepin & Hopper Lakes at the Dixon Waterfowl Refuge will run from May 15 to September 5. Fishing will be closed Mondays during the season except for holidays.

The Dixon Refuge is private property, and fishing is open to the general public for free by Wetlands Initiative permit only. Permit applications will be available at the kiosk by the Refuge boat launch beginning May 15. You may apply and fish the same day as long as you have a valid Illinois fishing license.

All state regulations apply. Bait and creel limits are in place. For the full rules, visit our fishing page here.

This year will be the first full fishing season at Hennepin & Hopper Lakes since TWI’s eradication of the invasive common carp. Our special fishing season in September 2015 was very successful with more than 230 permit applications, and we look forward to welcoming visitors for the new season. If you have any questions or comments, please email us at twi@wetlands-initiative.org.

 

May 16th

Phil S. Dixon, award winning baseball author, will be at the Richard A. Mautino Memorial Library at 6:00 pm with his new presentation titled, “The Monarchs, A Baseball Revolution.” 

The Kansas City Monarchs baseball team were the 1924 World Champions.  Phil will also speak about Robert P. Gilkerson, from Spring Valley, a famous owner of a Negro League team.

May 21st

Little League Parade

More details to come.

May 30th

American Legion Memorial Day Services, 2 p.m. Valley Memorial Park, 13312 IL Hwy. 89, Spring Valley

 

Farmers Market Registration

(Starting June 15th depending upon crop availability.)

Home Grown & Home Made Food & Products

Heart Land Bank & Trust parking lot

100 E. Dakota Street

(weather permitting)

Wednesdays, 4 - 6 p.m.

To participate call: 815.303.4327

Click on REGISTRATION

 

Free Tutoring for Grades 9-12

Tuesdays & Wednesdays

IVCC Learning Commons

No appointment needed.

Tues. 4-8 p.m.

Wed. 3-6 p.m.

For more information contact:

815.224.0318

Click on FLYER

 

SVHA Museum

Open Only by Appointment in January

Call: 815.830.4303

201 W. St. Paul Street

Coal Mining, Businesses, & More

To become a member click on

MEMBERSHIP

We are looking for your familiy histories. Please share a copy with us!


JUNE 2016

June 2nd - 4th

City Wide Garage Sales

Contact the City Clerk's Office to be listed on the map. There is no charge to participate.

815.664.4221

June 3rd-4th-5th 

Spring Valley Boat Club Shipwrecked Weekend – bring your boat or drive to the Boat Club. Boat docking and RV parking available.

Great food, beer garden, vendor show and more. The club is the only sheltered harbor on the Illinois River from Ottawa to Henry, providing 24-hour service.

Our family-friendly establishment includes a diner, eagle watching, outdoor seating, banquet, and play area. 

June 15th, 22nd & 29th

Farmers Markets

Home Grown & Home Made Food & Products

Heart Land Bank & Trust parking lot

100 E. Dakota Street

(weather permitting)

Wednesdays, 4 - 6 p.m.

To participate call: 815.303.4327

Click on REGISTRATION

June 10th, 17th & 24th

SV Municipal Band Concerts

Downtown Mini-Park, 7:30 p.m.

Limited seating.

Bring your own lawn chair.

June 19th

Happy Father's Day!

 

June 25th

3rd Annual Outdoors Expo

Vendors Show, Food & Entertainment

Featuring: Jason Reynolds

"Fetch N Fish" and

Upper Limits Climbing Wall

New - Triathlon Competition - See information on the right side of this page.

Sponsored by Partners for Progress and the Spring Valley Boosters.

10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Downtown shopping district

Vendors Wanted!

Like us on FACEBOOK

Visit us at our WEBSITE

Free Tutoring for Grades 9-12

Tuesdays & Wednesdays

IVCC Learning Commons

No appointment needed.

Tues. 4-8 p.m.

Wed. 3-6 p.m.

For more information contact:

815.224.0318

Click on FLYER

 

SVHA Museum

Open Only by Appointment in February

Call: 815.830.4303

201 W. St. Paul Street

Coal Mining, Businesses, & More

To become a member click on

MEMBERSHIP

We are looking for your familiy histories. Please share a copy with us!

 

 

Click CALENDAR for the full year.

Reminder: Please submit your coming 2016 local events for our calendar to:

sveconomics@comcast.net

or fax: 815.664.2114

Click ROAD CONDITIONS to connect to IDOT map

 

 

City of Spring Valley

215 N. Greenwood Street

Spring Valley, IL 61362

Debb Ladgenski

Economic Development Director

sveconomics@comcast.net

815.664.2753

 

REMINDER

The burning ban on Sundays

is in effect from

May 1st - October 1st

ANNOUNCING!

Click TRIATHLON for a Registration/Waiver

www.svoutdoorsexpo.com

https://www.facebook.com/svoutdoorsexpo

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JFK Collects Plastic Bags for "Buddy Bench"

The Foundation is sponsoring the Trex Challenge.

If we collect 40,000 bags we will be eligible

to receive a park bench for our playground.

The bench will be a "Buddy Bench" for

those students (or adults) needing a friend during recess.

We will have the bins by the main entryway and in the main hall

near the PBIS Lounge. We will also have one

at the Spring Valley Supermarket.      

 

Trex Plastic Film Recycling Challenge 

Trex utilizes millions of plastic grocery store bags each year to create

its composite lumber product, keeping this material out of landfills locally

and across the country.  By building a partnership with schools

students can learn the importance of recycling,

keep plastic out of the landfills and be rewarded for their efforts

  • plastic grocery bags
  • stretch film (no household saran wrap)
  • plastic department store bags      
  • water bottle case wrap
  • newspaper sleeves                     
  • toilet paper/paper towel over wrap             
  • dry-cleaning bags                            
  • bread bag / cereal bags

By reducing, reusing, and recycling plastic bags,

you can help reduce litter,

prevent pollution and save natural resources.

Please help by recycling your plastic bags and packaging.

 

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Avoid Drain Pain - Don't Flush These Things

Just because the package says flushable doesn't mean it's true. 

Many items marketed as disposable and/or flushable do not degrade

like toilet paper, and they wind up clogging pipes,

tangling pumps and causing messy sewer backups into streets,

businesses and homes.

Our sewers are designed to dispose of very specific things.

 Using your toilet for disposal of many modern products can result

in blockages. The drains that connect your home to the

main sewer are only big enough to carry water,

toilet paper and human waste.

What Not to Flush

  • Diapers - cloth, disposable, flushable
  • Facial tissues
  • Baby wipes, disinfectant wipes, moist wipes, etc.
  • Toilet bowl scrub pads
  • Swiffers
  • Napkins - paper or cloth, paper towels
  • Dental floss
  • Egg shells, nutshells and coffee grounds
  • Fats, oils, and greases
  • Food items containing seeds and peelings
  • Hair
  • Sanitary napkins, tampons, condoms or any non-organic material
  • Vitamins, medicines or other pharmaceuticals
  • Wash cloths, towels, rags (any cloth item)
  • Clothing
  • Sheet plastic or plastic of any kind

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New in 2016

A Year Long 50/50 Raffle

To Benefit the Park Board

Spring Valley Historic Association Museum

& the Spring Valley Boosters

 

Help us build the prize that will also

benefit our community organizations.

Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5.

 Click on TICKETS to print out your own and

bring completed tickets and money to Julie

at the Spring Valley City Clerk's office.  

(Tickets may also be purchased there.)

Tickets may also be purchased at Spring Valley City Bank;

Valley Flowers & Gifts; Spring Valley Supermarket 

and the Mini-Mart; Heartland Bank or Happy's Super Service.

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Best Wishes for a Prosperous 2016

from the

Spring Valley City Council & Elected Officials

 

Seated: City Attorney Jim Andreoni, Mayor Walt Marini, & City Clerk Rebecca Hansen

Standing: Treasurer Jack Boroski, Chuck Hansen (2nd), Larry Koehler (1st),

Ken Bogacz (4th), Dave Pellegrini (4th), Deb Baltikauski (3rd), Mike Herrmann (1st), Jeff Janusick (3rd) and Fred West (2nd)

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