Posts Tagged “Supervisor Paul O’Grady”

Orland Township Republicans should reject the “Not Really” Republicans on April 6

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Orland Township Republicans should reject the “Not Really” Republicans on April 6

Orland Township Republicans should reject the “Not Really” Republicans on April 6 Orland Township Republican Committeewoman Elizabeth “Liz” Gorman slams Orland Park Mayor Keith Pekau for endorsing controversial slate of fake Republicans in the April 6 election. The slate includes one candidate who had an outstanding  arrest warrant and another who claims to be a…

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Orland Park Village lacks experience to manage COVID-19 vaccine distribution

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Opinion: Orland Park Village lacks experience to manage COVID-19 vaccine distribution Orland Park Mayor Keith Pekau claims he is readying to distribute the COVID-19 vaccinations but with no real experience in health care services, the Village is not the best qualified source to manage this important need. That responsibility should go to Orland Township Supervisor…

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Orland Township To Hold July Drive-Thru Grocery Distribution

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Orland Township To Hold July Drive-Thru Grocery Distribution

Orland Township To Hold July Drive-Thru Grocery Distribution Free, pre-packaged food boxes available for residents on Friday, July 17 Orland Township will hold a free, drive-thru grocery distribution for Township residents who are experiencing financial hardship since the onset of COVID-19 pandemic, according to the office of Township Supervisor Paul O’Grady. The Township Food Pantry…

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Orland Township Receives Donation from Lions Club

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Orland Township Receives Donation from Lions Club

Orland Township Receives Donation from Lions Club Orland Township was honored to accept a substantial donation from the Orland Park Lions Club for the Food Pantry’s Grocery Distribution to assist residents experiencing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the office of Township Supervisor Paul O’Grady. The Orland Park Lions Club donated $5,000…

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