COVID-19

July 7, 2020 Update from the Mayor

MAYOR-Coronavirus

Illinois health officials Sunday reported 639 new known cases of COVID-19 and 6 additional confirmed fatalities, bringing state totals to 147,251 known cases and 7,020 confirmed deaths.The state’s Northeast region — which includes Chicago and its suburbs — has a 4.2% positivity rate. There are now 147 confirmed COVID cases in Hickory Hills with 4 related deaths.

PLOWS Senior Service Offerings

For the last 45 years, PLOWS has been providing top quality services to seniors throughout the southwest suburbs, including Hickory Hills. Services range from home delivered meals and nutrition, caregiving, housing and senior advocacy assistance.

Please visit the PLOWS website at link below and click the Progams/Services tab at the top of the page to learn more about the full range of services that PLOWS can provide.

www.plows.org

Yusuf Islam/Cat Stevens

Fifty years ago, Cat Stevens released his acclaimed album, “Tea For the Tillerman.”  Yusuf/Cat Stevens was interviewed on CBS Sunday Morning this past week and he talked about his new album titled “Tea For the Tillerman 2,” that will be released this fall.  Yusuf has re-recorded every track, but with the perspective of his last 50 years.

We all could use a little more Peace Train (recorded 1976)  these days.

Head Out on the Highway

3 Minutes of Serenity at Cape Cod National Lakeshore

https://www.cbsnews.com/video/nature-cape-cod-national-seashore/

Have a great Wednesday!

Mayor Mike