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Crest Hill's First Winter Festival Lights Up City Hall
The weather could not have been better for a late November evening. Clear skies, no precipitation and 40 degrees made conditions near perfect for Crest Hill's Inaugural Winter Festival. As residents and visitors started strolling in, they were met by local businesses who were serving hot chocolate, popcorn, bbq meats, and many other goodies and giveaways. Others were lined up for a ride down Knapp Drive on a horse and hayrack while some stopped by to get a close look at real reindeer. Mayor Soliman kicked off the night by counting down and flipping the switch with three lucky students from Richland, Chaney-Monge, and Joliet Montessori schools. As the countdown reached its exciting pinnacle, the Mayor and his special guests flipped the seven foot tall custom light switch to see City Hall come alive with holiday lights. And so began the evening!
Chief Ed Clark put in an emergency phone call to the Mayor to let him know a very important individual had stopped by. Sure enough, it was Santa Claus escorted by the Chief of Police in his SUV, blue and red lights flashing to give the man of the hour a red carpet entrance. Nearly 200 kids endured the wait in line to sit on Santa's lap and pronounce their wishes for Christmas morning. The night pushed forward with the joy of the season as the band Acoustic Avenue engaged the crowd in holiday songs. These were the sights and sounds of the very first Crest Hill Winter Festival. Stay tuned for next year...
MAYOR SOLIMAN REPORTS ON THE FINANCIAL HEALTH OF CREST HILL
Residential Safety Tips
Staff from Working America will be in the Crest Hill Area
Working America is the community affiliate of the AFL-CIO National Trade Union, will be in the Crest Hill area.
Staff from Working America advised they will be in the Crest Hill area for the next 4 to 5 weeks. They said they are not soliciting from the residents and are not required to have a solicitor permit. They state they are providing information about their organization and looking to increase their membership.
Staff members will have identification showing their affiliation with Working America.
Should you have any questions or concerns please contact the Crest Hill Police Department at 815-741-5111.
Please review these Residential Safety Tips
If you see any suspicious activity in your neighborhood please contact the Police Department. The Police Department can be reached at (815) 741-5115 with any questions during business hours. As always, please call 9-1-1 with any emergencies.