JJC Meeting: June 10, 2022

The Juvenile Justice Council of Iroquois County will be holding a meeting on Friday, June 10th, 2022 in the breakroom of the Iroquois County Courthouse. Anyone interested in joining our prevention efforts is welcome to attend either in-person or via Zoom. For the meeting link, please contact Barb King….

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The Juvenile Justice Council’s Decorated Tree Wins Best Handcrafted Ornaments Category at Christmas Tree Lane!

Partnering with you brings the Juvenile Justice Council of Iroquois County such great JOY! The Old Courthouse Museum once again hosted the annual Christmas Tree Lane. The JJC decorated a tree in the spirit of the designated JOY theme and recognized all of their partners with ornaments. Visitors to the courthouse were encouraged to view…

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Donovan High School’s S.A.D.D. organization ESCAPES THE VAPE!!

Donovan High School’s SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) organization took part in a Vape Escape Room activity during “No Vape November”, a month designated to raising awareness about the harmful consequences of vaping and encouraging individuals to give up/not start this addictive habit. Led by teacher/SADD sponsor Kristin Lundquist, students worked together to decipher clues…

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Harold’s Thanksgiving Coloring Contest Winners are Announced!

Results are in for Harold’s Thanksgiving Coloring Contest for Kindergarten-6th Grade! This contest was sponsored by the Juvenile Justice Council of Iroquois County, I-KAN, and the Pledge for Life Partnership. Professional staff from different departments throughout the Iroquois County Courthouse had the difficult task of choosing the winners for each grade level and teacher category…

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Harold’s Thanksgiving Coloring Contest

ANNOUNCEMENT: The Juvenile Justice Council of Iroquois County has partnered with I-KAN and the Pledge for Life Partnership to sponsor a K-6th grade coloring contest featuring the Life Education Center’s mascot Harold the Giraffe. Coloring contest entry forms were distributed to all Iroquois County schools who participate in Life Education Center programming. Students and teachers…

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