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Honoring Dr. Margaret “Peg” Burke Lee May 20, 2015
Jan Schakowsky, D-IL
"Dr. Lee holds a doctorate and a master’s degree in English language and literature from the University of Chicago, where she was a Ford Foundation Fellow in the Humanities and a Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Scholar in Women’s Studies. At the age of 17, she spent 8 years as a nun, a perspective and experience that she brought to her role as a college administrator. She has always taught with compassion and enthusiasm throughout her career to help those most in need. Dr. Lee is known to go above and beyond to improve the quality of life in the community and she has touched the lives of many people through her commitment to providing innovative educational programs at the college."
Honoring Rabbi Herman And Lotte Schaalman May 20, 2015
Jan Schakowsky, D-IL
"Rabbi Schaalman’s list of distinguished awards and honors is many pages long. His awards include the Julius Rosenwald Memorial Award from the Jewish Federation of Chicago, the Order of First Class Merit from Germany, the Order of Lincoln Award from the Lincoln Academy of Illinois, the Interfaith Gold Medallion from the International Council of Christians and Jews, being elected to the Hall of Fame for the Jewish Community Centers, and having a park on Sheridan Road in Chicago named “The Herman and Lotte Schaalman Park” in their honor."
Recognizing Erin Jarnagin May 11, 2015
John Barrasso, R-WY
"Erin is a native of Green River, WY, and is a graduate of Green River High School. She graduated from the University of Wyoming where she was an international studies major, and from The University of Chicago where she received her master’s degree. She has demonstrated a strong work ethic, which has made her an invaluable asset to our office. The quality of her work is reflected in her great efforts over the last several months."
Protecting Volunteer Firefighters And Emergency Responders Act May 7, 2015
Richard Durbin, D-IL
"One student said: I go to the Institute of Art of Chicago. Now, there is a Chicago Art Institute, but this play on words turned out to be significant."
Chicago Community Trust 100Th Anniversary May 4, 2015
Richard Durbin, D-IL
"In 1915, 6 years after Daniel Burnham unveiled his visionary plan for the city of Chicago, Norman Harris and his son Albert recognized how much could be achieved by combining the philanthropy of business and community leaders who cared deeply about the future of Chicago. They founded The Chicago Community Trust. As brilliant as Burnham’s plan was, Norman and Albert Harris understood that it takes more than steel, glass, and concrete to make a great city. A great city needs healthy, hopeful people, good schools, culture, and arts—all things that the trust has helped nurture for 100 years."

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