Not Just Another Girls’ Trip By Lafelda Jones

When our friend Tammy planned the girls' trip for Cleo, Sharon, Denise, Sheryl, and myself, I thought this is not a typical trip. It didn't quite register as 'normal.' But "okay," I said, "... let's go to Selma, Alabama." Pictured left to right: Sheryl Allen, Lafelda Jones, Sharon Cox, Tammy Derrickson, and Cleo Jones. Not … Continue reading Not Just Another Girls’ Trip By Lafelda Jones

Access to Care Community Health Centers By Michelle D. Sanders Director of Development, Marketing and Engagement

Heartland Health Services is located in Peoria and Tazewell County with 8 locations to date. The corporate office is located in Peoria, to learn more visit http://www.hhsil.com. Heartland Health Services began in 1991 and has been serving the community for almost 30 years. In February 2004, Heartland Health Services became a Federally Qualified Health Center … Continue reading Access to Care Community Health Centers By Michelle D. Sanders Director of Development, Marketing and Engagement

An insight into Black victims of the COVID-19 Virus: One Church’s Painful Struggle By Cassiette West-Williams

Note: By request of the individual, the names are left anonymous, as the family has requested privacy at this crucial time. The Traveler Weekly is respecting the family and the church by NOT sensationalizing this incident. At first, word came that the long-term church clerk had suddenly died. Days later, another mother of the church … Continue reading An insight into Black victims of the COVID-19 Virus: One Church’s Painful Struggle By Cassiette West-Williams

Unprecedented Times: Maintaining Normalcy By Latasha Schraeder

This is an unprecedented time in PK-12 public education in the United States. However, you need to continue to expose your children to educational material. They need a continuity of learning to maintain some sense of normalcy. If you have an established a homework routine, continue to use that time for learning activities. There are … Continue reading Unprecedented Times: Maintaining Normalcy By Latasha Schraeder