Mobile DMV on August 4 at Fremont Township 10 am til 2 pm

Seniors driving Mobile DMV event at Fremont Township

No Real ID applications will be processed at this event. Services provided at the mobile event include: Renewal/Correction of Drivers License New/Renewal/Correction of State ID License Plate stickers Motor Voter Registration with Renewal of DL/ID Organ Donor Registration with Renewal DL/ID Seniors 75 and over must go to the DMV because they need a road…

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Rules of the Road Class

Rules of the Road

The State of Illinois will again be holding a Rules of the Road Class at Fremont Township. The Rules of the Road Review Course is designed to give drivers – especially senior citizens and persons with disabilities – the knowledge and confidence needed to renew or obtain a driver’s license.The review course combines an explanation…

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Sign Up Help For Medicare Prescription Program for Fremont Residents

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Medicare’s Open Enrollment period begins October 15 and ends December 7. Changes made to your Prescription Drug plan will take effect on January 1, 2020. This is the time of year when all people with Medicare can make changes to their Prescription Drug Plan.For your convenience, Fremont Township will have a SHIP Counselor available to…

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Play Pickleball at Behm Park

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Behm Park is located at 22222 Behm Road which is 1/2 mile east of Route 60 at Peterson Road. There are three pickleball courts and a restroom facility as well as a 1.7 mile walking trail with fitness stations. The park opens at 6 am.

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Lost and Found Pet Service in Lake County

The Lake County Health Department Animal Control now maintains a Lost and Found Pet Service to help reunite lost pets with their owners.  Click here  to see photos submitted by residents who have recently lost pets and photos submitted by residents who have recently found pets and want to return them to their owners. If you…

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Bounty of donated food helps fill Fremont Township food pantry shelves

Photograph and story courtesy of the Daily Herald A bounty of food filling dozens of U.S. Postal Service bins was ready for sorting, and on Thursday a small group of volunteers at the Fremont Township food pantry took to the task. “They feel good about it and so do we,” township Supervisor Diana O’Kelly said.…

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