Senate Bill 3508 would increase the wages of the SU staff who do the truly important direct care. We’ve had great staff who love working with the people we serve who have had to leave to make living wages, which is awful for everyone. Please encourage your State Senator to support this critical bill.
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What does Nathan’s DSP mean to him and his family? It means his mother can be reassured that Nathan is loved and cared for when she is not present. Rosa provides comfort to Nathan’s family because his mother can see how genuinely happy Nathan is in his group home. #TheyDeserveMore
Act today because Nathan deserves more. Write a note via email to your Illinois state senator urging them to YES on SB 3508 to ensure DSP like Rosa earn a living wage: http://www.theydeservemore.com/take-action
The bookkeeper is responsible for all General Ledger activity including monthly financial statements. This position is also responsible for budgets, grant tracking, state funding, cash accounts, Accounts Payable, etc.
Must pass drug test, Criminal Background Check and Literacy Test. Please apply in person at 305 N. Sterling St. Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 11:00 am & 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm. EOE
Streator, IL 61364-2369
Tonight’s the Night! Come let three of these four serve you again, along with another SU Board member Jerry Justice. Stephanie and Sherri will be at Carbos from 5-6 competing against Nathan and Jerry at Calis. May the best Duo win!
“BATTLE OF THE BARS FOR A CAUSE,” guest bartending night, 5 to 10 p.m. Friday, April 6, Carbo’s Sports Bar, 402 E. Main St., and Cali’s Bar, 502 E. Main St., both in Streator. Proceeds benefit Streator Unlimited, diabetes awareness, Hardscrabble Lions Club dog park, other community projects. Sponsored by Hardscrabble Lions. 815-252-2091.
Battle of the Bars!
Come support Sherri and Stephanie, and let them serve you some drinks from 5:00 pm- 6:00 pm at Carbos.
Thank you to Marla Merritt and to everyone that helped with the fundraiser #SUEggedMyYard! This is the second annual Egg My Yard for Streator Unlimited and every year it seems to get bigger and better!
Abby Huff and Steve Larson of Exelon Generation present John Mallaney, Diana Huff and Sherri Stephens of Streator Unlimited with a check for $3,000. The funds will support Streator Unlimited’s services to adults with disabilities. They were raised as part of LaSalle Station Women in Nuclear’s “Let’s Get Hairy” outage campaign.
Pictured are Steve Larson, John Mallaney, Abby Huff, Diana Huff and Sherri Stephens.
Everyone was all smiles this morning starting the new in house, short term, repackaging job that we just got. This will keep us busy for some time, and we love new job opportunities! Change in routine, and more work opportunities! Remember to keep us in mind if you ever hear of a business looking for some great people to do a job for them!