Bringing a D-Day movie to Mount Prospect will be discussed at Thursday's Sister Cities Commission meeting.
The Sister Cities Commission has started working on bringing a D-Day movie from French sister city Sèvres to Mount Prospect.
The discussion will be held at the Sister Cities Commission meeting at 6 p.m., Jan. 21, in the Village Hall community room at 50 S. Emerson St.
Chair Bob Usnik will update the commission on a suggested financial gift to the PHS French class for its visit to Sèvres. After discussing the gift idea, the commission will hear the treasurer's report and committee reports.
Denise Rano will update the commission on plans for Trivia Night, which is scheduled for Jan. 22. The commission will also hear an update on the student exchange from Mary Ann Sibrava. Skip Farley will provide the update on the German Sister Cities Subcommittee. After hearing the committee reports, the commission will have an open discussion.
The public is invited to attend and comment on matters concerning the Sister Cities Commission.
The Sister Cities Commission is composed of 15 members, which are appointed by the mayor.
Mount Prospect's sister city is Sèvres, France. The two cities officially became sister cities in May 2000. While the commission facilitates programs and visits with Sèvres, participants must pay for their own travel expenses.