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Sesquicentennial Planning Committee

The Sesquicentennial Planning Committee was established by the Village President in 2018 to plan and execute a year of celebration in 2019, to commemorate 150 years since the Village of Glencoe's incorporation in 1869.

The Village of Glencoe is fast approaching our 150th anniversary of incorporation in 2019. As such, the Sesquicentennial Planning Committee is planning a series of events and activities, in conjunction with community organizations and other volunteers, to make 2019 a year to remember. Interested in helping to plan for the celebration? Contact staff liaison Megan Meyer

Members of the Committee include:

Karen Ettelson, Chair
Jennifer Faulk, Communications Chair
Ed Goodale
Alex Kaplan, Fundraising Chair
Phil Kiraly, Village Manager
Lawrence Levin, Village President
Gail Lissner, Village Board Liaison
Megan Meyer, Assistant to the Village Manager/Staff Liaison
Peter Van Vechten 

The Committee typically meets at 4 p.m., every other Tuesday of the month, or as needed, in the First Floor Conference Room at Village Hall. 

Learn more about the celebration at www.glencoe150.org