Cicero Commemorates birthday of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr

Cicero Commemorates birthday of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Cicero honors Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The Town of Cicero holds monthly commemorations and for the month of January President Larry Dominick commemorated Dr. King just like he does every year.   MWRD President Kari Steele is keynote speaker who spoke about the importance of King’s legacy on all people.   The commemoration was held on Wednesday Jan. 17, 2024 at the Cicero [Learn More]

Cicero commemorates memory of the victims of 9/11

Cicero commemorates memory of the victims of 9/11 The Town of Cicero commemorates 9-11, a day America will never forget. We remember the heroes we lost that day 22 years ago and honor the heroes we see everyday in our beautiful Town of Cicero. Every year the Town invites first responders to the commemoration. “On behalf of Town President Larry Dominick I would like to welcome everybody to our 9-11 commemoration. From the bottom of [Learn More]

Cicero celebrates Lithuanian Independence and Presidents Day

Cicero celebrates Lithuanian Independence and Presidents Day The Town of Cicero celebrated the important settlement of Lithuanian immigrants there and the nation’s Independence Day at a commemoration held at the Cicero Community Center on Wednesday. Cicero officials and community leaders honored both Lithuanian Independence Day and President’s Day at the event which featured remarks by Lithuanian activist Alvida Baukus. Baukus is the daughter of longtime Lithuanian community leader Mindy Baukus. Ms. Alvida Baukus presented an [Learn More]

Cicero Commemorated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr at gathering Wednesday Jan. 11

Cicero Commemorated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr at gathering Wednesday Jan. 11 The Town of Cicero on Wednesday Jan. 11, 2023 hosted a commemoration to honor the legacy of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The commemoration was first hosted in Cicero in 2006 by President Larry Dominick following his election the year before to showcase equality, fairness and respect for everyone in the community. President Dominick and the Town Board has hosted commemorations [Learn More]

Cicero hosts Three Wise Men celebration

Cicero hosts Three Wise Men celebration Town President Larry Dominick and the Town of Cicero Board of Trustees celebrated the annual Three Wise Men event on Friday Jan. 6, 2023. The Three Wise Men commemoration was organized by Cicero Trustee Victor Garcia, who helps to host the event with President Dominick every year. It was held at the Cicero Stadium. “We started to celebrate the Three Wise Men event in 2006,” Garcia said. “It had [Learn More]

Cicero commemorates the World War II attack on Pearl Harbor

Cicero commemorates the World War II attack on Pearl Harbor The Town of Cicero hosted a commemoration in memory of the men and women who were killed on December 7, 1941 during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii that launched World War II for Americans. The keynote speaker was Brian White, the Lead Teacher for Social Science at Morton East High School, who discussed the significance of Pearl Harbor on America, noting that [Learn More]

Cicero honors veterans at commemoration featuring VA official

Cicero honors veterans at commemoration featuring VA official Town President Larry Dominick and Cicero officials commemorated the sacrifices of the nation’s Veterans in celebration of Veterans Day at the Cicero Community Center on Wednesday, November 9, 2022. The keynote guest speaker was Shynae Murphy, the Veteran Service Office with Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs, who discussed the state’s services and her own service in the U.S. Navy. The program began with the posting of the [Learn More]

Cicero salutes our Military past and present this Veterans Day

Cicero salutes our Military past and present this Veterans Day Town President Larry Dominick and the Town of Cicero Board of Trustees joins our community in saluting the sacrifices and service of our military veterans, past and present. “We honor those who sacrificed their lives to defend our great country and those who have served and are serving active duty to continue that vigilance,” said Town President Larry Dominick. “We honor them for their service [Learn More]