On Novmeber 28th from 10-2, go to Barnes&Noble at Old Orchard and bring any gifts you would like wrapped. For a small donation we will wrap your gifts for you and all proceeds go to the Niles Township Food Pantry!
We are planning another date in December. Stay tuned!
Thank you Mayor Barry Bass and the Village of Lincolnwood for proclaiming December as “Niles Township Food Pantry Awareness Month.” Niles Township Trustee Bonnie Kahn Ognisanti (left), Food Pantry Foundation board member Alyse Cohen Berman and Clerk Charles Levy and were honored to appear alongside Mayor Bass during last evening’s Proclamation presentation.
Niles Township Provides Scholarships to Oakton Community College Students.
Niles Township Board Members with D219 Education Foundation.
Niles Township Board Members with OCC Education Foundation.
Niles Township Supervisor, Marilyn Glazer, with OCC President, Joianne Smith.
Niles Township Supervisor, Marilyn Glazer, with Oakton’s Foundation Director, Alyse Burman.
We were happy to provide an easier way for Niles Township residents to renew IDs and vehicle stickers. We served over 72 people. Due to the amount of staff from Secretary of State, we were not able to serve everyone that came into our facility and we sincerely apologize for any inconvenience that caused. We are working on scheduling another mobile event, so that we can serve anyone that missed this one.
Supervisor, Marilyn D. Glazer and Trustee, Mark A. Collins