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"Gateway to the Lower Fox River Dells"
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Sheridan is located in Northeastern LaSalle County in North Central Illinois nestled in the Heartland of America. The Village may be contacted at P.O. Box 580, Sheridan, Illinois 60551 or you may call (815) 496-2251.
Village Board meetings are held regularly on the 2nd Monday of each month at Village Hall located at 115 N. Robinson Street starting at 7:00 pm. All meetings are open to the public and Village residents are encouraged to attend and be informed.
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New Village Hall office hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 8-4
Thursday 8-4/8-12 Every other week
Saturday 8-12 Every other week
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SHERIDAN INFO LINE JUNE JULY 2015
Cassie’s House bicycle ride
A Southwest Wisconsin man is using his long-distance bike ride this summer to raise money for the purchase of a transitional house for rural families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
Michael Famiano, 43, a physicist and veteran long-distance bicycle rider, plans to depart Aug. 8 from his home near Dodgeville, 40 miles west of Madison, to begin an 11-day trip ride around Lake Michigan. His planned circuit takes him across central Wisconsin past Green Bay, Marinette, and Escanaba, Michigan, on the west to St. Ignace, then down through western Michigan and northwest Indiana and back up through north-central Illinois.
He is currently fund-raising for the trip on the Youcaring website at http://www.youcaring.com/project-fundraiser/cycling-for-homelessness/324333. All money raised will go to the purchase of a home in or near Dodgeville to provide temporary residence and faith-based mentoring to help homeless families work toward self-sufficiency.
The object of Famiano’s fund-raiser, the Cassie’s Transitional House project, is spearheaded by Hidden Valley Community Church of Dodgeville. It is named for a member of a young family the church found living in a tent several years ago; Famiano will likewise live out of a lightweight pup tent on his 1200-mile trip.
Famiano’s goal is not simply to raise money, but also to raise awareness about homelessness and poverty in rural areas, which he says gets little attention in national debates about poverty and homelessness. Famiano’s home area is predominantly rural.
Michael Famiano will be arriving in Sheridan on August 16th and will be staying at the Rolling Oaks Campground that evening. He will be coming from Lake Village, IN that day.
NICOR GAS ASSISTANCE
~Below is a list of help options for NICOR gas assistance~
The Low Income Home Assistance Program (LIHEAP) provides financial assistance through grants that do not need to be repaid. 877-411-WARM (9276) liheapillinois.com
The Percentage of Income Payment Plan (PIPP) participants pay a percentage of their income
and receive a monthly benefit toward their bill. 877-411-WARM.(9276)
The NICOR Gas Sharing Program provides one-time annual grants that do not need to be
repaid. 773-205-3520 nicorgas.com
The NICOR Gas Sharing Program is a bill management program that provides a convenient
way for the customers to pay their natural gas bills and makes household budget planning
easier. The plan minimizes the “peaks and valleys” in natural gas bills by allowing
customers to pay a consistent amount every month for a 12-month period. Customers
interested in enrolling in the budget plan should visit nicorgas.com and look under the Pay
Your Bill section.
The Nicor Gas Energy Efficiency Program offers ideas and rebates to help customers save
energy and money. The program provides the education, resources and financial rebates
to make homes and businesses more energy efficient. For energy-saving tips and tools,