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Evidence Custodian Larkin [email protected]630-208-2038 Office Evidence Division – The Investigations Division is also responsible for the personal property and physical evidence at the Kane County Sheriff's Office.
The Evidence Division is responsible for the storage, record keeping, and disposition of all property and evidence submitted by the Kane County Sheriff's Office.
Your tomatoes are coming in now or you have been eyeing those red globes at the local farmers market.
Either way you have way too many to eat fresh and would like to keep some of the summer’s bounty to savor this winter.
Tomatoes are one of the easiest vegetable (really a fruit) to use while learning to can. A lot of people wait until they have their fresh garden ripe tomatoes available in July and August to capture the flavor of summer in salsas to savor during the cold months.
You’ll get a chance to make and can your own jar of tomato sauce during class, and leave with the confidence you need to do it with success at home! Spring opens with the earliest tender shoots and lasts through cherry season, marking the beginning of warm weather's return.
In this hands-on class, we'll cover the basics of boiling-water-bath canning, including information on food safety and recommendations... Come fall, pickling is a great way to preserve your end-of-season harvest beets, carrots, cauliflower, even Brussels sprouts and add unique flavor to a cheese plate or your holiday table.
Join us for this hands-on class designed for the novice canner as well as the seasoned pickler looking for inspiration....
Pursuant to Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and the U. Department of Education’s implementing regulations at 34 C. Sexual misconduct against students, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, rape, and sexual exploitation, can be a form of sex discrimination under Title IX.
The Title IX coordinator oversees the College’s response to reports and complaints that involve possible sex discrimination to monitor outcomes, identify and address any patterns, and assess effects on the campus climate, so the College can address issues that affect the wider school community.
It's harvest time, and nothing beats a home-grown tomato fresh off the vine!