For the past several years I have been honored to serve the people of Glen Ellyn and DuPage County. I humbly ask for your support to continue that service as a member of the DuPage County Board.

Wednesday, August 17
Olympic trainer's message resonates; more presentations tonight

Anne & Tim Elliott with Nicole Detling (right)At Glenbard North and Glenbard South last night, the Glenbard Parent Series: (GPS) Navigating Healthy Families, hosted sports psychologist and Olympic trainer Nicole Deitling at a program titled Defining Character On and Off the Field.
Anne and Tim Elliott shared this takeaway:  "As parents of younger children not yet at Glenbard we were very appreciative of Dr. Deitling's presentation on the four pillars of character. She shared information that's useful for parents of all ages. Her remark that "Our kids are more likely to become who we are, than who we want them to be" was one that will stay with us.
Tonight Detling will address parents, student athletes and coaches at 6 p.m. at Glenbard East and 6:30 p.m. at Glenbard West.  All are welcome.
For further information, contact Gilda Ross, Glenbard District 87 student and community projects coordinator, at 942-7668.

My wife, Anne, and I were both raised in Glen Ellyn, and we are now raising our four children here. I am involved in public service because we want our children to enjoy the same opportunities and experiences that we enjoyed growing up in DuPage County. I learned the value of community service from my parents. My mother was the president of our church council; my father was the principal of Glenbard West High School.

I hope you will join me in supporting Tim Elliott.
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Du Page County Sheriff
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