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and a Valentine’s Day invitation
Logan County Arts Association would like to thank everyone who
enjoyed the swashbuckling adventures of "Robin Hood" on
the silver screen.
offerings would not be possible without the kind assistance of the
look forward to seeing everyone on Valentine’s Day for "It
Happened One Night." Bring your sweetheart, cuddle up with a
box of popcorn, and enjoy.
need our political leaders to step forward to maintain choices
for the developmentally disabled
the last few months newspapers have run several news stories,
editorials and letters concerning Lincoln Developmental Center and
other large state-operated facilities for the developmentally
disabled. Locally, concerns were if LDC was going to remain open
and if it was safe for the individuals living there. Many of the
editorials and letters were comparing the large state facilities
with community-based living centers.
worked at LDC for over 30 years; I also have a family member
living in a community group home. During those years I’ve seen
the good and bad of both types of living centers.
we cannot provide a perfect living environment for people that are
developmentally disabled. Instead of one trying to destroy the
other and accusing each other of all types of terrible atrocities,
they should work together. The state of Illinois and more
specifically the Department of Human Services must provide funding
adequate for both: state facilities and community living centers.
disabled citizens living in Illinois need and deserve the best
care possible. Everyone is not the same; we have people who live
in community facilities and have a very good quality of life, and
the same can be said for the state facilities. The truth is we
need both types of living centers. They each provide different
services with the same goal. The Department of Human Services must
stop encouraging the competition for funds for the developmentally
political leaders must step forward and start doing the things
they were elected to do and ensure that people who are
developmentally disabled have choices — choices on the best
living facilities, choices on quality medical treatment, and
choices on learning and earning a wage.
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