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The Larger Role of Our Community Gardens: Feed the Soul While Feeding the Hungry
Tuesday, April 11, 7:30 pm
Roselle Fire Department
Bloomingdale Township Mental Health Board Referendum Public Forums: 
was held Tuesday, March 7th at Glenside Public Library

Wednesday, March 15th, 2017, 6:45-8:45 pm
Bloomingdale Public Library
101 Fairfield Way, Bloomingdale

Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017, 6:45-8:45 pm
Roselle Public Library 
40 South Park Street, Roselle

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Join the League of Women Voters of Roselle/Bloomingdale for a discussion on "The Larger Role of Our Community Gardens: Feed the Soul While Feeding the Hungry" on Tuesday, April 11 at the Roselle Fire Department, 7:30 pm. The discussion will be led by Joe Potts, Director of Parks and Planning, Bloomingdale Park District, Vicki Johnson, Community Food Pantry Administrator, Roselle United Methodist Church, and District 12 PTO Learning Garden Sponsor, Bonnie Reimer. Free and open to public.
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Bloomingdale Township Mental Health Board Referendum
Residents of Bloomingdale Township will see the following referendum on the April 4th Consolidated Election ballot: Shall Bloomingdale Township establish and maintain community mental health facilities and services including services for the person with a developmental disability or substance disorder and levy therefore an annual tax of not to exceed .15%?
The League of Women Voters of Illinois has a position which guides how local leagues proceed with advocacy on Mental Health issues.  LWVRB did a study on specifically on how it applies to Bloomingdale Township. Click here to read our study.
To education the community on this upcoming ballot decision, LWVRB and the Bloomingdale Township for Mental Health Referendum Committe will be hosting several free public forums to provide information concerning “Why do we need a Mental Health Board in Bloomingdale Township?” Click here for additional information. Dates and locations are found under Save the Date.
Why We Marched on January 21
 womens march2017
The League does not support or oppose candidates or political parties. The League does work to influence public policy through citizen education and advocacy. The State League signed on as a sponsor of the Women's March in Chicago in conjunction with the National League's support of these marches.
The issues the League marched for include:

Silence is often mistaken for acquiescence. So many issues are uncertain at this time. We wanted to make our voices heard on these.   


Recent Events

March 5th 

Candidate Forum held at Lake Park East Auditorium, included candidates for Roselle Village Mayor and Trustee; Bloomingdale Township Clerk, Supervisor and Trustee; as well as School Board Trustee for District 108. Approximately 100 people attended over the course of the afternoon. Candidates answered moderated questions submitted by the audience. The Consolidated Election is April 4. Early voting begins March 20. 


march 5 candidate forum 


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To be a voting member, you must be 16 year of age. 

To ask questions about membership contact our Membership Chair at (630) 283-2894 or email

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