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March 26, 2020

A Message from Midlothian Mayor Gary L’Heureux

I was made aware on March 24 that the Village of Midlothian has its first confirmed case of COVID-19. While we knew that it may only be a matter of time before it occurred, I wanted to take this moment to remind everyone of safety precautions and strongly urge residents to adhere to CDC safety guidelines.  

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March 19, 2020

Community Rallies to Provide Breakfast for Bremen Students

When Bremen High School students began approaching Bremen Social Worker and Homeless Liaison Theresa Connelly asking for breakfast, she immediately reached out to Bremen staff asking for assistance and potential donations. Amazed at the kindness of Bremen staff members, Connelly received enough donations to provide breakfast to in-need students for the entire first semester.


Currently, Connelly’s own office is stocked with breakfast items as well as multiple cabinets in a spare storage room. Connelly says she has also received $1,200 in generous monetary donations for food items. The most heartwarming part for Connelly is the several letters she has received with donations from current Bremen families, Bremen graduates, and parents whose children graduated from the school.

To provide a donation to Bremen High School’s breakfast program for students in need, contact Theresa Connelly at

Full story available in the Midlothian-Bremen Messenger


March 12, 2020

Bremen Students Teach Life-Saving Skills

Last month, Bremen High School Child Care 2 teacher Kim Flannigan and four of her students traveled to St. George School in Tinley Park to teach 12 eighth-graders how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED) machine, administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), the Heimlich Maneuver, and apply general first aid.

Full story available in the Midlothian-Bremen Messenger


March 5, 2020

Illinois Education Association Honors Eisenhower’s Ciciora

The Illinois Education Association has selected Eisenhower High School staff member and Midlothian resident Debbie Ciciora as the Education Support Staff of the Year.

The award recognizes one person from eligible paraprofessionals, administrative assistants, custodians, bus drivers, and food service workers in Illinois.

IEA will honor Ciciora on March 5 at its Representative Assembly. She also becomes automatically eligible for the National Education Association ESP of the Year.

Ciciora earned this prestigious honor for her service work both at Eisenhower and in the community. She serves as the manager for The Closet, a project providing free clothing, hygiene products and other necessities for students.

Full story available in the Midlothian-Bremen Messenger


Michael McCready, of McCready Law, presents Eisenhower's  Debbie Ciciora with a check for $500.  

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