Evans in Action
As we enter the
month of May, this first session of the 99th General Assembly is winding down.
We are all diligently working through bills and many of the critical issues will
be voted on soon. As your representative I am not only voting on these
measures, but I am personally working to push bills.
When I first
entered the House of Representatives one of my top goals was to do something to
help the pension security of all of the phenomenal retired teachers of
Chicago. One of my bills this year, HB3695, takes steps to accomplish that
goal. This legislation, which I have pushed since my firset day in office,
creates a more secure and dedicated funding stream for the pensions of the
retired teachers of Chicago. I call it the "minimum payment
bill" and the bill passed out of the house last month. This is just one
of many other issues that I am passionately pushing in Springfield.
In the community I
am always accessible and I am always looking for ways to better serve
our district in a collaborative way. Therefore, if you would like to share your
ideas or opinions, always feel free to visit my office or website.
Please know that I will
continue to push and advocate for you, our community and try to make a
difference in Springfield. Keep me in your thoughts and prayer, and I will keep
you in mine!! Thank you for allowing me to serve you.
Marcus C. Evans,
Currently hundred of new bills and
resolutions are being filed in the General Assembly. State Representative Evans
is working on some exciting legislation that he is sponsoring. Please stay
updated by visiting the following sites.
that have passed into Law
- HB 317-Appropriations Board of Higher Education
- HB 318- Appropriations FYI 2015 Budget Fix
Passed out of the House
- HB 3695-Restoration of the
Chicago Board of Education's pension tax levy
Passed out of the Senate
- SB 1800- Municipal-Restaurant
For more bills Rep. Evans is
Sponsoring and/or Co-Sponsoring please visit www.ilga.gov/bills
the 33rd District Community
When Rep. Evans is not in Springfield,
he attends numerous events in the 33rd District. Below are some events he attended
recently while out of Session.
Chamber of Commerce Event
Each year the Hegewisch Chamber of Commerce host an
Easter Event which includes pictures with the Easter Bunny, a Easter Egg Hunt
and table vendors.
Representative Evans with residents from the Hegewisch community discussing
community issues and changes. Also in attendance included 10th Ward Alderman
Pope, Executive Director of Hegewisch Chamber of Commerce & the Easter
Eastside Little League Opening
Day, Parade & Ceremony
Baseball Season is here. The East Side
Little League started their baseball season off with a parade and opening
Representative Evans pictured with some of the
team members of the East Side Little League baseball team after the ceremony.
Rep. Evans was invited to throw the first pitch. Thank you Eastside Little
Representative Marcus C. Evans, Jr. walking in
the front of the parade with the East Side Little League baseball teams,
coaches, parents, and others who participated.
St. Philip Neri Fashion Show & Luncheon
Rep. Evans along with 8th Ward Alderman
Harris attended St. Philip Neri Church 23rd Annual Spring Awards Luncheon &
Fashion Show at the Dynasty Ballroom
Rep. Evans pictured with one of the
award recipients Ms. Yarber and long time church member of St. Philip Neri
enjoying the fashion show before the awards ceremony begin.
Youth Org. (CCYO) Little League Opening Day Parade
Rep. Evans joined the dedicated parents and volunteers to celebrate our
children as they PLAY BALL!!!
Lansing Good Neighbor Parade 2015
Rep. Evans joined the his friends and neighbors in Lansing for the annual
good neighbor parade.
To find out more about what Rep. Evans is up
to visit the website
Come and learn about Community Gang Education &
Learn how to identify indicators and how to have a safer
Congresswoman Robin Kelly will host a Congress on
Your Corner Senior Resources Event
Careers Conference for High School
out your career plan
Free Hepatitis C
May is Hepatitis C Awareness Month
Expungement Summit & Ex-Offender Job
Get the information you need for a better future
Black & Pink Steppin' for the
Enjoy a good time
for a good cause
Greater West Town Vocational Training
Greater West Town Training Partnership is currently taking applications for
their Shipping and Receiving Training Program. The Program is no-cost to
eligible low-income Chicago area applicants.
If you want training at no cost, a good job, and a career in a growing
industry call 312.563.9028.
Go online to Apply now for their
next Shipping and Receiving or Woodworking and Solid Surface Manufacturing
Class.Greater West Town Project
Saturday, May 30, 2015
Where: Chicago Vocational Career Academy
2100 E 87th
St, Chicago, IL 60617
Time: 9:00 am-1:30 pm
you are interested in participating as a vendor for this job fair please contact
Nina McAlpin email@example.com
Minority Worker Training
The Minority Worker Training (MWT) program fosters economic
self-sufficiency, creates sustainable community partnerships, promotes
environmental justice and environmental restoration, and contributes to
Summer Jobs & Internships for
High School & College Students
Brings together government institutions,
organizations and companies to offer over 24,000 employment
and internship opportunities to youth and young adults ages 14 to
After School Matters-
with opportunities to discover their potential and find their future.
Chicago Park District-
and Camp Counselor's needed for summer camp
Click the following video to view 3rd and newest
episode of the
with the Rep show
Rep. Marcus C. Evans Jr Presents - Runnin' with the Rep: Ep.
Episode 4 Coming
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