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Palatine Township Center
721 S. Quentin Road
Palatine, IL 60067
847-358-6700

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Palatine Township celebrates Rolling Meadows 60th Anniversary

Palatine Township Board with Rolling Meadows Mayor Tom Rooney, 2nd Ward Alderman Len Prejna ,6th Ward Alderman John D'Astice, and 7th Ward Alderman Tim Veenbaas.

Supervisor Sharon Langlotz-Johnson presents a Resolution honoring the 60th Anniversary of the City of Rolling Meadows. 

Fundraiser Supports Food Pantry

The Palatine Township Food Pantry and PATH each recently received a check for $5,060.  The funds were raised by students at Walter R Sundling Jr High during their 10th annual "When Pigs Fly" event.  This event is done in honor of Carolyn Baider, a teacher whose motto was "I will give up on students when pigs fly."  Although Carolyn passed away several years ago, the teachers, students, PTA, families and administration at Sundling still carry this belief close to their heart.

In addition to monetary donations students and staff also collected non-perishable food items that were donated to the Food Pantry and PATH.  Pictured left to right first row are teacher Katie Winer, Principal Jason Dietz, Palatine Township Clerk Lisa Moran, PATH representative Ramona Tyack and second row Mayor Jim Schwantz, teacher Paul Klimas.

Township Board Honors David Regner

At the March 31, 2014 meeting, the Palatine Township Board passed a resolution honoring the late David Regner for his many years of service to the people of Palatine Township.  They also expressed their most sincere condolences to his family and loved ones on his passing.  Regner had a life of service to his country, his state, his township and his community.  Following his years in the army during the Korean War, Regner served as State Representative then State Senator.  After that, he became Palatine Township Supervisor for 12 years.  Regner had many notable accomplishments while serving as Township Supervisor, among them were:

> obtaining funding for the Township Daycare and playground
> assisting in starting the Northwest Community Hospital Mobil Dental Clinic which continues to care for many underprivileged residents
> donating personal funds for renovation of the Northwest Community Oncology Unit patient and family area.