Pictures of Spring valley Events and People
 

MAY 2015

Lily's Corner

During the month of May, Hall Twp. Food Pantry is asking for help specifically in stocking LILY’S CORNER,

.where Pantry guests can select items specifically for babies and toddlers.

LILY'S CORNER is in memory of Lily Rosploch.

See BABY for more details and

LETTER FROM THE DIRECTOR

SVFD Volunteers

The Spring Valley Fire Department is currently taking applications for firefighters. Please contact  Fire Chief Todd Bogatitus at 815.664.5160 or stop at the station on a Tuesday night.

Walleye Club Fundraiser

2015 Raffle

Drawing:  07-04-15

Each ticket = $10.00

Giving away $3,000.00

Contact: 815.663.6141

or any Walleye Club Member


May 1st

Kirby Park Shelter Reservations

for Summer picnics, reunions, parties, etc., will be accepted in person at the City Clerk's Office, 215 N.Greenwood Street,

beginning at 8:30 a.m. Phone reservations will be accepted beginning at 9 a.m.

Only one date per person will be allowed.

Shelter reservations will be on a first come, first served basis.

There is no charge to reserve a shelter for residents of Spring Valley, though donations to the Parks would be appreciated.

Non-Residents who wish to reserve a shelter may do so by paying a $20 per shelter fee.

Further questions may be directed to the City Clerk's Office at 815.664.4221

May 3rd

Hall High School open house program 1 to 4 p.m.

The public is welcome to tour the current Hall High School building including classrooms, auditorium and gymnasium.

Visitors are welcome to take pictures and encouraged to post a message on the Hall Pride Facebook page available in the front hallway. 

May 8th (Final Orders Due) - May 15th (Flower pick-Up)

Seatonville Greenhouse Spring Flower Sale
Supporting the Spring Valley Elementary Foundation for Educational Enrichment

Details at FLOWER SALE

May 9th

Hall Twp Food Pantry will benefit from Spring Valley postal carriers' "Stamp Out Hunger" Drive

Leave donations out near your mailbox.

May 9th

Nature’s Corner is a free program designed for inquisitive children aged 3-12 (accompanied by an adult) and meets the second Saturday of each month. Children learn about the nature around us, plus take part in a seasonal activity and craft. Participants meet (rain or shine) from 10 am -12 noon at Echo Bluff Park. Hall Twp.’s Echo Bluff Park’s Activity Director Samantha Brown coordinates the event.

(Participants are asked to wear socks and tennis shoes.) For more information, kindly call Echo Bluff at 815 447-2115 or check out their website at www.echobluff.org.

May 9th

Spring Valley Park Board will be hosting a Friends of the Spring Valley Park Drawdown event at the Spring Valley Boat Club. 

Tickets are $50.00 which include family style dinner for two and a chance to win prizes and cash. 

Contact park board members, or Alderman Dave Pellegrini for tickets. Tickets also available at the City Clerks Office.

May 10th

Happy Mother's Day!

May 1st - 11th

Valley Photo Leo's Birthday Special Many of you have met Moe's new dog, Leo. Leo is a chocolate lab and he'll be celebrating his 1st birthday on May 11th!

To celebrate this special birthday we're running a special offer.
No sitting fees on pet sittings *when you purchase an 11x14 for just $25! (regular price $29.95)  

Appointments must be paid for when booking and cannot be combined with any other offers or specials.  Your 11x14 must be ordered by May 31, 2015. Call (815)664-2326 to schedule your appointment.

May 17th

Easter Seals of LaSalle & Bureau County 35th Telethon
From noon to 4pm

SKYDIVE CHICAGO
3215 E 1969TH ROAD
Ottawa, IL 61350

Sponsorship opportunities range from $200 through $5,000 and include many benefits including media exposure, check presentations, on-air interviews and much more.
Contact Tracy Beattie,
tbeattie@il-lb.easterseals.com

 

May 17th

Fun In The Sun

White Bass Tournament

Sponsored by IL Valley Outdoors

Trophies for 1st, 2nd & 3rd

Cash Prizes for the top 20%

Proceeds Benefit the Spring Valley Walleye Club

Fee: $75 per 2-person team

Optional $5 Big Fish Pot

Questions Call Thom, 815.663.1000

Registration at WHITE BASS

May 25th

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

Farmers Market Registration

(Starting June 10th 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

 

SVHA Museum

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

or by Appointment

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 2015

Walleye Club Fundraiser

2015 Raffle

Drawing:  07-04-15

Each ticket = $10.00

Giving away $3,000.00

Contact: 815.663.6141

or any Walleye Club Member

June 4th - 6th

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 17th & 24th

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 12th, 19th & 26th

SV Municipal Band Concerts

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

Limited seating.

Bring your own lawn chair.

June 13th

Nature’s Corner is a free program designed for inquisitive children aged 3-12 (accompanied by an adult) and meets the second Saturday of each month. Children learn about the nature around us, plus take part in a seasonal activity and craft. Participants meet (rain or shine) from 10 am -12 noon at Echo Bluff Park. Hall Twp.’s Echo Bluff Park’s Activity Director Samantha Brown coordinates the event.

(Participants are asked to wear socks and tennis shoes.) For more information, kindly call Echo Bluff at 815 447-2115 or check out their website at www.echobluff.org.

June 13th

Walleye Club Work Day

This year there are several projects to be worked on. All projects will begin at 7:00am sharp and end by noon.

Lunch is provided for all volunteers by the Club.

Everyone is to meet at Barto Landing.

June 27th

2nd Annual Outdoors Expo

Vendors Show, Food & Entertainment

Featuring: Jason Reynolds

"Fetch N Fish" and

Upper Limits Climbing Wall

Sponsored by Partners for Progress and the Spring Valley Boosters.

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

Vendors Wanted!

Registration form: EXPO

Like us on FACEBOOK

Visit us at our WEBSITE

June 27th

Spring Valley Walleye Club

Swap your "stuff" day

Fishing tackle and outdoor gear

Barto Landing - 8 a.m. - Noon

The public is invited to browse and shop but only SVWC members will be allowd to display equipment.

Goods are sold, traded or bartered.

Farmers Market Registration

(Starting time in June depends 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

SVHA Museum

Closed during January & February except by Appointment

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!


JULY 2015

Walleye Club Fundraiser

2015 Raffle

Drawing:  07-04-15

Each ticket = $10.00

Giving away $3,000.00

Contact: 815.663.6141

or any Walleye Club Member

July 3rd

Fireworks

Dusk

Hall High School

800 W. Erie Street

Spring Valley

July 1st, 8th, 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

 

July 10th, 17th 24th & 31st

SV Municipal Band Concerts

Downtown Mini-Park, 7:30 p.m. (7 p.m. on the 25th)

Limited seating.

Bring your own lawn chair.

(No concert on July 3rd)

July 11th

Nature’s Corner is a free program designed for inquisitive children aged 3-12 (accompanied by an adult) and meets the second Saturday of each month. Children learn about the nature around us, plus take part in a seasonal activity and craft. Participants meet (rain or shine) from 10 am -12 noon at Echo Bluff Park. Hall Twp.’s Echo Bluff Park’s Activity Director Samantha Brown coordinates the event.

(Participants are asked to wear socks and tennis shoes.) For more information, kindly call Echo Bluff at 815 447-2115 or check out their website at www.echobluff.org.

 

SVHA Museum

Closed during January & February except by Appointment

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 2015 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

 

 

2015 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)


 

Spring Valley Earth Day Clean Up has been postponed

until Saturday, May 2nd, due to the weather.

Meet at Kirby Park south shelter.

9 a.m. - Noon

815.303.4327

 

 

Click on EXPO for a Registration Form

 

   
   

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