Senator Wilcox to host upcoming events in 32nd District

State Senator Craig Wilcox is hosting three constituent outreach events during the second half of September:

Saturday, September 25 and Sunday, September 26— Pet Adoption Booth at Huntley Fall Fest: Senator Wilcox is partnering with Senator Donald DeWitte and the Huntley Animal House Shelter for a two-day pet adoption event that will take place during Huntley Fall Fest at Deike Park in Huntley. Come find a new furry friend from 10-5 Saturday or 11-5 Sunday. Deike Park is located at 12015 S. Mill Street (intersection of Route 47 and Mill Street).

Monday, September 27— Free online FAFSA and college financial aid/loan repayment seminar: Senator Wilcox is partnering with the Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC) for a one-hour webinar starting at 6:00 p.m. that outlines the financial aid process and provides insight on how financial aid works, how to apply for it, student eligibility, and how it can be used to help pay for college. It introduces the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the Alternative Application for Illinois Financial Aid, along with summarizing state and federal aid programs for undergraduate and graduate-level students. Registration is required, and information on how to join the webinar will be sent to registrants prior to the Sept. 27 event. To register, please visit:

Wednesday, September 29— Free “Medicare 101” program: Senator Wilcox and experts from AARP will explain in detail the various and often confusing aspects of Medicare. The event begins at 6:00 p.m. and should last one hour. Topics to be discussed include eligibility, coverage details, and getting help with out-of-pocket costs. Registration is required, and information on how to join the meeting will be sent to registrants prior to the Sept. 29 event. To reserve a spot, please visit:

“My office is putting the finishing touches on these community outreach events, and I hope to see a good turnout at all three of these September offerings,” said Sen. Wilcox. “We made a real effort to find something that would appeal to all age groups and interest areas, so I look forward to seeing a good cross-section of the 32nd District community at these events.”

For additional information about these events or for assistance with registration for the FAFSA or Medicare event, please contact Senator Wilcox’s office at (815) 455-6330, or contact Keith at Additional outreach events will be added to the calendar in the coming weeks, including a town hall meeting, a teleforum, and a senior fair.

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