This fund was started in July of 2014 by Jennifer and Stephen Orlevitch, and their daughter Josette, following the death of their daughter and sister Arabella. The purpose of the fund is for the Orlevitch family to recommend grants to provide support for charities related to pediatric cardiac illness and sudden death, food allergy and anaphylaxis, and activities that were close to Arabella's heart. These included Peoria Academy, TAPS No Kill Animal Shelter, Cross Country, Golf, and Swimming. For the
Morton is a wonderful place to live, do business and raise a family. I was born and raised here in Morton, have lived within walking distance of the grade school, junior high and high school that I attended as a kid. My wife has lived in Morton since third grade and my 4 children were all born and raised in Morton. And, I’ve also worked within walking distance of my home virtually my entire life. I love Morton and since 2007 I’ve had the privilege of working as the Executive Director of the Morton
Originally published on www.bestcolleges.com by Reece Johnson on May 1, 2019 "For business schools around the country, business is anything but usual. Since fewer Americans are willing to drop out of a strong economy to earn a graduate degree, enrollment in MBA programs is shrinking. Decades of declining job satisfaction also suggest that many professionals are tired of trading hours for dollars. Instead, they crave specialized, meaningful, and creative work -- aspirations not always prioritized by
This brief came from a communication from the Illinois Manufacturers' Association Government Affairs. The Illinois General Assembly recently approved the use of recreational marijuana after reaching an agreement with Governor JB Pritzker. Illinois will become the 10th state to authorize the use of recreational cannabis when HB 1438 is signed into law. The Illinois Manufacturers’ Association engaged in the legislative debate to ensure that employer protections were included in the legislation. The IMA
To help Illinois job seekers find the best opportunities, WalletHub’s analysts compared 162 cities across 16 key metrics of job-market health, ranging from “employment growth” to “median monthly starting salary” to “unemployment rate.” View the full study HERE. Morton’s Job Market (1=Best; 81=Avg.) 32nd- Time Spent Working & Commuting 12th– Health Benefits 6th- Unemployment Rate for High School Graduates 1st- Unemployment Rate for People with a Bachelor's Degree or Higher 24th– Safety 6th- Housing
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