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The Will-South Cook Soil and Water Conservation District Opposes Compass Business Park!


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Rebeckah Isack

2009 Winner: Rebeckah Isack

Rebeckah Isack of Mokena, is a graduate of Lincoln-Way East High School in Frankfort, and will be attending Coe College, located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.  She plans on majoring in Environmental Science and hopes to pursue a career in the same field, specifically working to develop “greener” cities across the globe.

Patricia Paulausky

2009 Winner: Patricia Paulausky

Patricia Paulausky of Lockport, is a student at Joliet Junior College, and has been accepted by the University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana. At the University of Illinois she will be pursuing a degree in Agricultural and Biological Engineering and in the future hopes to earn a spot at the Illinois Branch of the Environmental Protection agency so she can continue to fight for conservation on a larger scale.

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