Press Release

September 8, 2015


State’s Attorney Glasgow, Terry D’Arcy to join Spanish Community Center
for presentation, dedication of new Spanish Community Center van


WHEN:                      2 p.m., Thursday, September 10


WHERE:                   Spanish Community Center
309 N. Eastern Avenue
Joliet, IL 60432

The presentation and dedication will be held in the parking lot
on the west side of the Spanish Community Center.


SPEAKERS:             Elizabeth Nevarez,
Executive Director, Spanish Community Center
James Glasgow.
Will County State’s Attorney
Terry D’Arcy,
President, D’Arcy Automobiles
Oscar Bergasse,
Vice-President, Spanish Community Center Board of Directors


INFORMATION:     State’s Attorney Glasgow has teamed with Terry D’Arcy to provide a transport van to a local community center that provides important after-school services and programs for young people.


Additional details regarding the use of the van will be provided at the news conference. Community leaders are invited to attend.


This event will also include a blessing of the new van before it is placed into service.


There will be a reception with refreshments after the dedication.



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