Good Morning, Des Plaines and Elk Grove Village!

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Good Morning, Des Plaines and Elk Grove Village!


THE BRIEFS

Final call for $5 flu shots in Elk Grove Village

For those Elk Grove Village residents who have been procrastinating getting a flu shot, time is running out.

The Elk Grove Village Health Department ends its series of flu clinics Thursday.

Flu shots cost $5, and residents 65 years old and older must bring their Medicare cards for special billing.

Billing for HMO, PPO or other insurance will not be performed.

On Thursday, flu shots will be available at the Charles J. Zettek Municipal Building from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Call (847) 357-4240 for more information.

Seminar to teach employees better communication skills

Employees and employers can learn how to improve workplace communication today at a seminar sponsored by the Greater O'Hare Association of Industry and Commerce.

Topics will include aspects of effective communication, factors leading to miscommunication, positive listening skills, ways to communicate with difficult people and ways that skills can help people be productive on the job.

Cheri Seley, representative of Kenneth Young Centers, will be on hand, as well as officials of Workplace Solutions, a Chicago-based Employee Assistance Program.

Seley is cordinator of corporate relations and training for the Kenneth Young. She has a masters degree in psychology and 18 years of experience as a psychotherapist.

The event kicks off at 7:30 p.m. at the Greater O'Hare Conference Room, 1050 Busse Road in Bensenville.

Admission is $15 for chamber members and $18 for nonmembers. For more information, call (630) 350-2944.

Senior job hunters' dream at Arlington Heights mega-fair

Looking for a job? 50 or older?

If you can answer in the affirmative, then you want to be at the Arlington Park Hilton, 3400 W. Euclid Ave., Arlington Heights, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Thursday.

The sixth annual Township Senior Job Fair will feature more than 50 employers looking for full- and part-time employees. …

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