Government

Citizens police academy seeks recruits

Ride with the cops! Observe the 911 operators at work.

Talk with some of the sworn and civilian personnel of the Evanston Police Department and find out about the issues that affect law enforcement efforts in the City of Evanston.

The next 12-week Citizens Police Academy begins Aug. 30. Sign up today by calling (847) 866-5019. Find out more on the city's web site.

Auction to support Levy Senior Center

Donations are being sought for an online auction that will help enrich programs and activities at Evanston's Levy Senior Center.

Items may be dropped off 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 2, or Friday, Sept. 28, at the Center, 300 Dodge Ave.

Donations will be sold on eBay with proceeds benefiting the Levy Center's Life Enrichment Fund, which supports programs and events at the senior center.

Help get curb ramps fixed

The Disabled Services Division of the City of Evanston Department of Health and Human Services is working with the Public Works Department to identify curb ramps in need of replacement.

Replacing curb ramps at street corners throughout the city ensures that the ramps meet the standards of the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines.

Accessories that help the animals

Students at Roycemore School sold their own handmade bracelets, anklets and key chains to raise $120 for Evanston’s Animal Shelter.  

Onie Adeneke, Karli Goldenberg, Nicole Connors, Autumn Stewart, Oona Jung-Beeman, Hailey Ledin and Kayla Goldenberg were among the Roycemore students who participated in the fundraiser. They showed off their work Friday to Evanston animal wardens David Rose and Linda Techler and Police Sgt. Tom Guenther.

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