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  • Gift of Hope Training Scheduled

    Thursday, 17 July 2014

    Gift of Hope Training

    COME ONE~ COME ALL~ FREE CEU’s
    Coroner John W. Callahan and Gift of Hope are partnering to bring you a program regarding the Gift of Skin and Donation.

    When:  Wednesday, August 20, 2014
    Time:  9:30- Noon
    Where: Grundy County Emergency Operations Center
    1320 Union Street
    Morris, Illinois 60450

    Please register by calling Gina Martin~ Gift of Hope 309-370-0353.  Please leave your organization/name and phone number and how many will be attending.


    Breakfast Will Be Provided


    2.7 Funeral Home CEU’s
    2.0 Coroner CEU’s
    These educational hours have been applied for through the Illinois Funeral Home Association and the Illinois Coroner’s Association.

     

    Agenda

    0900-0930   Registration
    0930-1015    Sarah Golombeck, Eastern Regional Manager, LifeCell Corporation
    •    Recovery of Allograft Skin for Transplant
    •    Processing of Allograft Skin
    •    Applications of Human Allograft Skin
     
    1015-1145    John Krenn, Supervisor Tissue Services, Funeral Service Liaison, Gift of Hope
    •    Gift of Hope and the Embalming Program
    •    Embalming the Full Thickness Skin Donor
    •    Processing, Distribution and Usage of Allograft Tissues

    1145-1200    Questions and Answers

    Thank you for your time we look forward to having you join us for this interesting training.


    Coroner John W. Callahan and Gina Martin ~ Gift of Hope

  • Nuclear Regulatory Commission Public Open House

    Tuesday, 27 May 2014

     

    The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) will conduct a
    Category 3 public open house from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. (CDT) on June 25, 2014, at the Grundy County Administration Center in Morris, IL.  The purpose of this meeting is to provide an open public forum for the Agency to discuss NRC activities with the public.  In addition, members of the NRC will be available to discuss the assessment of Dresden Nuclear Power Station’s performance.  Exelon is encouraged to attend this meeting.

    The public is urged to attend as this is an opportunity to learn more about the Dresden Nuclear Power Station performance.  

    Click here to learn more about this meeting.

  • Grundy County Comprehensive Plan

    Thursday, 05 December 2013, Special Announcements, Press Release

     

    Participate in the Grundy County Comprehensive Plan process!

     

    Click HERE to visit the Grundy County Comprehensive Plan website!  The website is a great way to stay informed of the process, provide direct input to planners, and review draft materials as they are made available.  The website also provides information on face-to-face opportunities to let us know your ideas for the future of the County. 

     

  • State Board Of Elections Candidates Guide

    Tuesday, 30 July 2013, Special Announcements, Press Release

    Click on the link below to Illinois State Board of Election’s website to download the

     2014 Candidate’s Guide and the Election and Campaign Finance Calendar

    www.elections.il.gov

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Welcome to Grundy County, which contains a great mixture of business and agriculture, recently named by Progressive Farmer Magazine as the 6th best County to live in of all the Counties of America.

From the days of the construction of the historic Illinois & Michigan Canal, the first commercial nuclear power plant and recently, windmill generated power, Industry has been a important part of Grundy County.

Grundy County provides some of the best agricultural land in America with a waterway for shipping on the Illinois River, two railroads and two interstate highways for coast to coast transportation.

Immortalized in song, Grundy County's railroads, the SantaFe and Rock Island Line will long be remembered. Recent upgrades to the railroads and future plans for high speed rail will carry Grundy County into the future.

  • Ron Severson,
    Chairman, Grundy County Board
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