Harvest Daze Coloring Contest Winners

The Juvenile Justice Council’s owl mascot enjoyed meeting everyone at Harvest Daze! The Kid Zone was always busy with visitors partaking in fun games and activities, such as TIP the Scale’s Spin the Wheel and a Coloring Contest sponsored by the JJC and the Watseka Kiwanis! Judging the contest was difficult, as there were MANY…

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Tune in to 94.1 WGFA on Wednesday, September 21st at 8:15 a.m. to hear I-KAN ROE Superintendent Frank Petkunas represent the Juvenile Justice Council of Iroquois County during a live Hotline Interview.

Tune in to 94.1 WGFA on Wednesday, September 21st at 8:15 a.m. to hear Frank Petkunas, Iroquois-Kankakee Regional Office of Education Superintendent, represent the Juvenile Justice Council of Iroquois County during a live Hotline Interview. He will be sharing helpful Back to School TIPs with parents to help everyone’s school year run more smoothly….

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JJC Meeting: September 16, 2022

The Juvenile Justice Council of Iroquois County will be holding a meeting on Friday, September 16th, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. 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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JJC Meeting Minutes: June 10, 2022

Juvenile Justice Council Meeting Minutes 6-10-22 The Juvenile Justice Council is devoted to improving the lives of Iroquois County youth. The minutes from their last meeting will provide updates on both their accomplishments and plans for the future….

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Tune in to 94.1 WGFA on Friday, July 15th at 8:15 a.m. to hear Gina Greene represent the Juvenile Justice Council of Iroquois County during a live Hotline Interview.

Tune in to 94.1 WGFA on Friday, July 15th at 8:15 a.m. to hear Gina Greene, Community Health Educator with the Iroquois County Public Health Department, represent the Juvenile Justice Council of Iroquois County during a live Hotline Interview. She will be discussing the JJC/ICPHD partnership to bring Hidden in Plain Sight to the Iroquois…

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Tune in to WGFA 94.1 to hear TIPs from Iroquois County State’s Attorney Jim Devine on how to keep teens safe during graduation celebrations and other gatherings.

Tune in to 94.1 WGFA on Friday, May 20th at 8:15 a.m. to hear Iroquois County State’s Attorney Jim Devine represent the Juvenile Justice Council of Iroquois County during a Hotline Interview. He will be sharing helpful prevention TIPs with parents on how to keep teens safe at graduation celebrations and other teen gatherings….

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What do you know about Social Host Law?

The Juvenile Justice Council of Iroquois County, the Iroquois County State’s Attorney Office, I-KAN’s Life Education Center programming, and the Pledge for Life Partnership want you to be informed so you can assist and encourage your teens to make the best choices for healthy, happy futures. Thanks to the Iroquois County’s Times-Republic/Illinois Spirit, Gilman Star,…

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April is Alcohol Awareness Month

TIP the Scale wants to remind everyone that April is Alcohol Awareness Month. Why should Iroquois County parents take note of this month’s designation? Well, unfortunately, underage drinking continues to be an issue of concern in our communities. Learn the risks and have an important conversation with your kids. Talking Improves Parenting! TIP the Scale!…

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