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Waterloo high school seniors interested in environmental issues should consider applying for a scholarship offered by the City of Waterloo in partnership with the Illinois Municipal Utilities Association. Applicants essay submissions address conservation and protection of our planet's resources. Learn more here.
Ethan Ellis worked collaboratively with the City of Waterloo and Morrison-Talbott Library to create the StoryWalk installation as his Eagle Scout service project. The StoryWalk provides an opportunity for the community to enjoy a story while walking the grounds of the library, and promotes early literacy, physical activity, and family time together outdoors. The support of many local organizations made the installation possible.
The StoryWalk serves as the basis of the City of Waterloo's consideration for the Governor's Hometown Awards. The Governor’s Hometown Awards formally recognizes projects that improve the quality of life in their community. Read more about Ethan's work in this Republic Times article and on the library's Facebook page.
Ethan Ellis, photo courtesy of The Republic Times.
The City of Waterloo is proud to have outstanding citizens in the community. Each quarter, we honor an outstanding citizen by presenting to them the "Good Neighbor" Award.
If you know someone who has been an ideal citizen or someone who has done a good deed, please nominate them. Learn more here.
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