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Interview Stephanie Vlahakis, Executive Director The National Hellenic Museum Daily Frappe sat down with Stephanie Vlahakis, Executive Director of the National Hellenic Museum, to talk about the history of the Museum, current happenings and the muchanticipated future home of this important cultural institution. Daily Frappe Tell us about the Museum's origin? Stefanie Vlahakis In 1983, a group of friends who wanted to preserve the history of Greek immigration to the United States founded the Hellenic Museum and Cultural Center in Chicago. They held meetings in various places, until May 8, 1992, when the Hellenic Museum and Cultural Center first opened to the public at 400 N. Franklin Street. A couple of moves later, in July 2004, the Museum finally settled at its current location on the fourth floor of the Greek Islands building, in the heart of Chicago's Greektown. DF Who were the group of friends who founded the museum? SV Some of the very first people who founded the Museum include Andrew Kopan, Leon Marinakos, James Mezilson, Michael Svourakis, Andrew Athens, Frank S. Kamberos and Evan Kakis, to name a few. DF Give us some major milestones of the National Hellenic Museum (NHM) in the past few years that got us to the point we are today. SV 2001: Dr. Mary Dochios Kamberos was the first million-dollar donor and made it possible for the Museum to get the Tax Improvement Fund (TIF) from the City of Chicago. 2001: Museum receives a TIF from the City of Chicago in the amount of $3.5 million. 2004: Museum moves to its current loft space at 801 W. Adams, 4th floor, in the Greek Islands Building. INTERVIEW | 9

2005 – 2008: Four additional million-dollar donors contribute to the capital campaign. 2006: Calamos Investments founder, John P. Calamos Sr., donates $2 million to the capital campaign. 2009 – Architect Demetrios Stavrianos’s final design for the new Museum is approved. February, 2010: New Museum construction starts. Through the steady, hard work of our team, volunteers and Board, the Museum has: · Over 7,000 items in its collection · Over 10,000 books, periodicals, and papers in its library · Over 4,000 schoolchildren visiting the Musuem each year DF What are some of the exhibits that the NHM has presented to the public in the past few years? SV Neolaia/Pathos: new.youth.passion., which showcased 13 young contemporary Greek American artists aged 20–40 from throughout the United States. That exhibit was a phenomenal success. We’ve also shown the modern artwork of Diane Thodos. We’ve exhibited Sacred Art, which showcased icons, manuscripts and sacred objects of the Greek Orthodox tradition. Anamniseis: Highlights of the Permanent Collection displayed some of the Museum’s collection. We try to present a variety of subjects. Some of our exhibits are more contemporary while others are historical and/or cultural. DF The Oral History Project has been a cornerstone of the NHM for several years. Tell us a little about this national project. SV The National Hellenic Museum inaugurated its Oral History Program in 2003 to capture the stories and history of the Greek experience in the United States. The program was expanded in 2007, and thanks to a generous grant from Frank S. Kamberos, a state-of-the-art Oral History Center was created. Designed by architectural firm, Sand Box, the module was christened “Homer,” after the great ancient Greek storyteller who wrote the 10 | INTERVIEW

Iliad and the Odyssey. Homer’s futuristic design features a digital recording and playback display with a collection of interactive picture frames. To date, the Museum has over 180 oral histories in its archives. Recently, the Museum has teamed up with the National Hellenic Society on the “Homer Project,” an initiative to collect the stories of Greek Americans throughout the United States. So far, the partnership has traveled to West Palm Beach, Tarpon Springs, Washington DC to collect oral histories, with plans to visit Salt Lake City, New York, Atlanta and other cities. If you're interested in sharing your story, please contact us the National Hellenic Museum at 312 655 1234 and ask to speak with Vivian Haritos or Tom Tzouras. We'd love to add your unique story to our special collection! DF The institution recently went through a rebranding and name change from the Hellenic Museum and Cultural Center to the National Hellenic Museum. What was the reasoning behind the change? SV We wanted the Museum to reflect a national presence, and to re-energize our audience. Our new mission is connecting generations through Greek history, culture, and art. The Museum is here to share the Greek story - a story that laid the foundation for Western civilization, contributed to the building of America and continues to innovate today. DF Can you elaborate a little more about the rebranding? SV Our society is now global and we wanted to reflect the idea of unity and continuity in time and space. One of the elements we've used deliberately in our logo is the Greek key. The key (or meander) itself represents unity and infinity, which were powerful ideas for the ancient Greeks and ideas we want to reference today in the Museum. Greek history and culture is the foundation of western civilization – much of what we know today can be traced back directly to Greek literature, philosophy, architecture and so on. This is a big, exciting concept for us to explore. This connection from the past to the present and to the future has a lot to offer. So with the rebranding, we strive to embrace our rich past that INTERVIEW | 11

includes the soul of the Greek American immigrant story, and as we look to the future, bring attention to the many and continuing contributions of Greek Americans and Greeks to our global society today. DF There is much anticipation for the ground breaking to begin on the permanent home of the National Hellenic Museum. Is there a time frame in which we can expect to see ground breaking to begin?

Did you know? · 90% of the people that visit our Museum are not Greek · Our children's programs reach out to more than 4,000 school-aged children every year · We have over 7,000 artifacts in our collection department and our exhibits are constantly changing throughout the year · Our library has over 10,000 books and periodicals that are available to visitors as well as scholars and researchers · We have recorded Oral Histories from all over the United States —each one offering moving accounts and compelling stories of the Greek immigrant experience in this country includes the soul of the Greek American immigrant story, and as we look to the future, bring attention to the many and continuing contributions of Greek Americans and Greeks to our global society today.

SV Yes. Twenty-four caissons, which are the underground supports that hold the steel frame for the museum, have been drilled 85 feet into the ground and filled. The foundation will be poured later this spring, and construction is projected to be completed in late 2011. The building campaign has been dubbed, The Newest Thing in Ancient History, as this will be the only major museum dedicated to Greek history and culture in the United States. The museum will be complete in 2011. DF What are some ways that individuals can get involved with the National Hellenic Museum? 12 | INTERVIEW

SV The best way you can get involved is by becoming a member of the Museum. This one simple thing everyone can do will help more than you can imagine because this is how the Museum is going to be built—by our supporters. Also, please visit us! Come see what we're doing. Come to our events and programs - there's something for everyone! You can also get involved by volunteering or serving on any on of our committees. Stay current with what we have going on at the Museum by becoming a fan on Facebook. Also, visit our website at We also blog about our events and exhibits on the website. DF Can I volunteer my time? SV Yes! We can always use volunteers! Please contact Kathy Smith at 312 655 1234 ext 28 to find out how you can get involved. DF As a member of the NHM what are some of the benefits/perks one can expect? SV As a member, you get free admission to exhibits, discounts to programs and 10% off in the museum store. The higher level memberships offer benefits like gift cards, complimentary passes and special invitations. At the highest level, you have the unique opportunity to host one private event at the Museum. The details are listed on our website. DF Thanks Stephanie! Best wishes for continued success.


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Greek Name Days April

6 15 23 24 25

Eutyxios Leonidas Georgios, Georgia Elisabet Marcos


3 4 5 9 10 11 13 18 21 29

Timotheos Pelagias Eirinis, Irini Christoforos Simonos Kurillos, Methodos Glykerias, Glykeria Ioulias, Ioulia Kosta, Konstantinos, Eleni, Thina Theodosias


2 4 5 8 11 29 30

Nikiforos Marthas, Marias, Martha Dorotheos Kalliopis Vartholomaios, Varnava Petros, Paulos, Pavlos Apostolis, Apostolos


1 7 8 10 11 12 17 20 22 26 27 31

Kosmas, Damianos Kuriakis, Kiriaki Theofilos, Prokopios Amalia Olga, Olgas, Eufimias Veronikis Marina, Marinas Elias (Ilias) Marias Magdalinis, Magdalini, Magdalena Paraskevi Pantelis Iosif, Sifi


Greek Orthodox Churches By City St. Athanasios 1855 E. 5th Avenue Aurora, IL 60504 Rev. Fr. Peter Spiro - Presiding Priest Rev. Dn. Vasilios Smith - Deacon Telephone 630 851-6106 Fax 630 898-6131 Chapel of Saint Philip the Apostle OCF House, University of Illinois 112 East John Street Champaign, IL 61820 Three Hierarchs 2010 Three Hierarchs Court Champaign, IL 61820 Rev. Fr. Michael Condos - Presiding Priest Telephone 217 352-3452 Fax 217 352-7289 Annunciation Cathedral 1017 N. LaSalle Street Chicago, IL 60610 Rev. Fr. Nicholas I. Nikokavouras - Presiding Priest Telephone 312 664-5485 Fax 312 664-5921 Assumption 601 S. Central Avenue Chicago, IL 60644 V. Rev. Fr. Timothy Bakakos - Presiding Priest Rev. Dn. Athanasios Pieri - Assistant Priest Telephone 773 626-3114 Fax 773 626-3141


Holy Trinity 6041 W. Diversey Avenue Chicago, IL 60639 Rev. Fr. George C. Kaloudis - Presiding Priest Rev. Fr. Sotirios Malamis - Assistant Priest Telephone 773 622-5979 Fax 773 622-8833 St. Andrew 5649 N. Sheridan Road Chicago, IL 60660 Rev. Fr. John Kalomas - Presiding Priest Telephone 773 334-4515 Fax 773 334-3468 St. Basil 733 S. Ashland Boulevard Chicago, IL 60607 Rev. Fr. Chris P. Kerhulas - Presiding Priest Telephone 312 243-3738 Fax 312 243-7961 St. Demetrios 2727 W. Winona Street Chicago, IL 60625 Rev. Fr. Apostolos N. Georgiafentis - Presiding Priest Rev. Fr. Peter Sarolas - Assistant Priest Telephone 773 561-5992 Fax 773 561-6366 St. George 2701 N. Sheffield Avenue Chicago, IL 60614 Rev. Fr. George Bessinas - Presiding Priest Telephone 773 525-1793 Fax 773 525-2867


Annunciation 570 N. Union Street Decatur, IL 62522 Rev. Fr. David W. Eynon - Presiding Priest Telephone 217 429-7023 St. George 320 S. Second Street Dekalb, IL 60115 Rev. Fr. Chris A. Webb - Presiding Priest Telephone 815 758-5731 St. John The Baptist 2350 Dempster Street Des Plaines, IL 60016 Rev. Fr. John Rallis - Presiding Priest Telephone 847 827-5519 Fax 847 824-3455 Assumption 4900 Kennedy Drive East Moline, IL 61244 Rev. Fr. Jon Boukis - Presiding Priest Telephone 309 792-2912 Fax 309792-2913 St. Sophia 525 Church Road Elgin, IL 60123 Rev. Fr. Andrew G. Karamitos - Presiding Priest Telephone 847 888-2822 Fax 847 888-2986 St. Demetrios Church 893 Church Road Elmhurst, IL 60126 Rev. Fr. Andrew Georganas - Presiding Priest Telephone 630 834-7010 Fax 630 834-7256 CHURCHES | 23

Sts. Peter and Paul 1401 Wagner Road Glenview, IL 60025 Rev. Fr. Angelo J. Artemas - Presiding Priest Telephone 847 729-2235 Fax 847 729-6562 Assumption Church 13631 Brainard Avenue Hegewisch, IL 60633 Telephone 773 646-2999 Fax 847 470-1301 All Saints 102 N. Broadway Joliet, IL 60435 Rev. Fr. Stephen C. Bithos - Presiding Priest Telephone 815 722-1727 Fax 815 722-6980 Holy Cross 7560 S. Archer Road Justice, IL 60458 Rev. Fr. Michael Constantinides - Presiding Priest Telephone 708 594-2040 Fax 708 594-8362 Annunciation 296 N. Washington Avenue Kankakee, IL 60901 Telephone 815 933-5482 St. Demetrios 1400 N. O'Plaine Road Libertyville, IL 60048 Rev. Fr. Cosmas J. Halekakis - Presiding Priest Telephone 847 623-0190 Fax 847 623-0193


Ascension of Our Lord 1207 Riverwoods Road Lincolnshire, IL 60069 Rev. Fr. James S. Gordon - Presiding Priest Telephone 847 482-1200 Fax 847 482-9566 Holy Taxiarhai and St. Haralambos 7373 Caldwell Avenue Niles, IL 60714 Rev. Fr. Constantine P. Botsis - Presiding Priest Rev. Fr. Chrysanthos Kerkeres - Assistant Priest Rev. Dn. John Suhayda - Deacon Telephone 847 647-8880 Fax 847 647-0991 St. Nicholas 10301 S. Kolmar Avenue Oak Lawn, IL 60453 Rev. Fr. John E. Artemas - Presiding Priest Telephone 708 636-5460 Fax 708 636-3883 Assumption 20401 S. Western Ave. Olympia Fields, IL 60461 Rev. Fr. Sotirios Dimitriou - Presiding Priest Telephone 708 748-3040 Fax 708 748-3306 St. Nectarios 133 S. Roselle Road Palatine, IL 60067 Rev. Fr. Peter G. Balkas - Presiding Priest Telephone 847 358-5170 Fax 847 358-5193


St. Spyridon 12307 S. Ridgeland Palos Heights, IL 60463 Rev. Fr. Tilemahos Alikakos - Presiding Priest Telephone 708 385-2311 Fax 708 385-0166 Sts. Constantine and Helen 11025-45 S. Roberts Road Palos Hills, IL 60465 Rev. Fr. Nicholas W. Jonas - Presiding Priest Rev. Fr. Panteleimon Dalianis - Assistant Priest Rev. Fr. Byron S. Papanikolaou - Priest (Emeritus) Telephone 708 974-3400 Fax 708 974-0179 All Saints 1812 N. Prospect Road Peoria, IL 61603 Rev. Fr. John N. Sardis - Presiding Priest Telephone 309 682-5824 Fax 309 682-5824 St. George 2930 31st Avenue Rock Island, IL 61201 Rev. Fr. Leo Gavrilos - Presiding Priest Telephone 309 786-8163 Fax 309 786-8188 St. Anthony 1600 S. Glenwood Avenue Springfield, IL 62704 Rev. Fr. Anthony G. Tzortzis - Presiding Priest Telephone 217 522-7010


Holy Apostles 2501 S. Wolf Road Westchester, IL 60154 Rev. Fr. William S. Chiganos - Presiding Priest Rev. Fr. Nicholas C. Georgiou - Assistant Priest Telephone 708 562-2744 Fax 708 562-2752 Monasteries Holy Transfiguration 17906 Illinois Route 173 Harvard, IL 60033 Telephone 815 943-3588 St. John Chrysostomos 4600 93rd Street Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158 Telephone 262 697-7188


Day Schools By City St. Demetrios Solon Greek School 2727 W. Winona Street Chicago, IL 60625-2508 Telephone 773 561-5992 Hellenic American Academy 1085 Lake Cook Road Deerfield, IL 60015-5221 Telephone 847 317-1063 St. John the Baptist Guardian Angel Orthodox Day School 2350 Dempster Street Des Plaines, IL 60016 Telephone 847 827-5510 St. Demetrios Elmhurst Pythagoras Day School 893 N. Church Road Elmhurst, IL 60126-1005 Telephone 630 834-7010 Plato Academy 8535 Georgiana Avenue Morton Grove, IL 60053-2909 Telephone 847 470-8500 St. Haralabmos Aristotle Greek School 7373 Caldwell Avenue Niles, IL 60714 Telephone 847 647-8880


Koraes Elementary School 11025 S. Roberts Road Palos Hills, IL 60465 Telephone 708 974-3402 Private Schools These schools offer part-day programs. Athena Greek Schools 8535 Georgiana Avenue Morton Grove, IL 60053 Protypon Greek School - Three Branches Chicago 3243 W. Bryn Mawr Avenue Chicago, IL Itasca 500 N. Cherry Street Itasca, IL Annuciation Cathedral 1017 N. LaSalle Street Chicago, IL Several parishes also have their own part-time Greek school programs. Please viist their web sites for additional information.


Scholarship Foundations Pan Hellenic Scholarship Foundation American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association Hellenic American Police Association Hellenic Bar Association Hellenic American Dental Association Hellenic Link Midwest Hellenic Professional Society of Illinois Mandos Gouvas Pan Arcadian Federation Pontian Association Check scholarships on for further updates and deadlines.


Community Resources Greek Consulate 650 N. Saint Clair Street Chicago, IL 60611-3212 Telephone 312 335-3915 Fax 312 335-3958 Email Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago 40 E. Burton Place Chicago, IL 60610 Telephone 312 337-4130 Fax 312 337-9391 National Hellenic Museum 801 W. Adams Street Chicago, IL 60607 Telephone 312 655-1234 Macedonian Cultural Center 8350 N. Lincoln Avenue Skokie, IL 60007 Greek American Rehabilitation and Care Centre 220 N. First Street Wheeling, IL, 60090 Telephone 847 459-8700 Hellenic Foundation - Hellenic Family and Community Services 6251 W. Touhy Avenue Chicago, IL 60646-1106 Telephone 773 631-5222 Iakovos Retreat Center 1070 224th Avenue Brighton, WI, 53139 Telephone 262 878-4884 COMMUNITY RESOURCES | 37

Diaspora Organizations American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association Brotherhood of Achladokambiton Cretan Fraternity of Chicago Cyprus Brotherhood of Greater Chicago Enosis Hellenic American Police Association Hellenic Bar Association Of Illinois Hellenic American National Council Hellenic American Dental Association Hellenic Link Midwest Hellenic Professional Society of Illinois Macedonian Society Pan Arcadian Federation Pan Icarain 38 | COMMUNITY RESOURCES

Pan Laconian Brotherhood Pan Messinian Federation of USA and Canada Pontian Society World Council Of Hellenes Abroad United Hellenic American Congress United Societies of Athens and Pireaus in Chicago Telephone 773 758-7658 For additional associations, please visit us at University Hellenic Student Associations DePaul Hellenic American Student Association Loyola Hellenic Student Association UIC Hellenic Student Association Northwestern Hellenic American Student Union Greek Media Contacts The Greek Star Hellenic Radio Hour Greek Circle Greek Media Club COMMUNITY RESOURCES | 39




Calendar For more information, visit April 4 Greek Orthodox Easter Now - May 1 National Hellenic Museum: The Story of Greek Independence April 18 Mario Frangoulis The Light of Greece Concert with George Perris April 25 Greek Independence Day Parade April 30 – May 1 Ellen Karis in Concert at the Hellenic Academy May 1 AHEPA Biennial Banquet May 15 Remos Concert - Fundraiser for Greek American Nursing Home May 23 Mando Gouvas Scholarship Foundation Dinner May 28 – May 30 St. Athansios Greek Festival - Flavors of Greece - Aurora, IL June 5 – 6 St. Basil Greek Festival June 18 – 20 St. Demetrios Elmhurst Greek Festival June 18 – 20 "Taste of Greece on LaSalle Street" Annunciation's Greek Festival June 19 – 20 St. George Greek Fest June 25 – 27 St. Nectarios Greek Festival CALENDAR | 49

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Businesses Architectural Model Making PF Models Telephone 773 489-7278 Advertising and Design Spiral Art Design 424 W. 22nd Street Lombard, Illinois 60148 Which Came First? design | writing | research 549 W. Randolph Street Suite 402 Chicago, IL 60661 Telephone 312 451-4575 Fax 312 546-8020 Attorneys Alexander S. Michalakos 1410 W. Higgins Avenue Park Ridge, IL 60068 Telephone 847 292-9990 Fax 847 292-1054 Skoubis and Mantas Law Firm 1300 Higgins Road Suite 209 Park Ridge, IL 60068 Telephone 847 696-0900


Automotive Services The Exchange Audi Dealership 2490 Skokie Valley Road Highland Park, IL 60035 Telephone 847 432-5020 The Exchange Porsche Premier Dealership 2300 Skokie Valley Road Highland Park, IL 60035 Telephone 847 266-7000 Gus Auto Repair 4744 W. Belmont Avenue Chicago, IL 60641 Telephone 773 685-7374 Mercedes Benz Chicago Area Dealers Bars and Nightclubs Jimmy D's District 1718 W. Northwest Highway Arlington Heights, IL 60004 Nine Muses 315 S. Halsted Street Chicago, IL 60661 Telephone 312 666-6625 Katerina's 1920 W. Irving Park Road Chicago, IL 60613 Telephone 773 348-7592 Books and Gifts DIRECTORY | 67

Kantyli Loukoumaki Education and Instruction Bouzouki DVD Hellenic American Academy 1085 Lake Cook Road Deerfield, IL 60015 Telephone 847 317-1063 Now You Can Dance DVD                         Steven Papageorge Hair Academy 1113-15 W. Belmont Avenue Chicago, IL 60657 Entertainment and Performance Angelo Tsarourchas Flowers Anthos Flowers 3467 N. Broadway Chicago, Il 60657 Telephone 773 697-0186


Food Services Grecian Delight 1201 Tonne Road Elk Grove Village, IL 60007 Telephone 847 364-1010 Foundations Kostas Z Foundation 6101 N. Sheridan Road Suite 10C Chicago, IL 60660 Mando Gouvas Scholarship Foundation 151 N. Kenilworth Avenue Oak Park, IL 60301 Grocers Harvest Fresh Market 100 E. Rand Road Arlington Heights, IL 60005 Telephone 847 368-0138 Medical, Dental, Healthcare Dr. George Chiampas, DO 259 E. Erie Street Suite 100 Chicago, IL 60611 Telephone 312 694-7000 Dr. Dennis Costis, DDS 1792 S. Arlington Heights Road Arlington Heights, IL 60005 Telephone 847 806-6100


Greek American Nursing Home 220 North 1st Street Wheeling, IL 60090 Telephone 847 459-8700 Dr. Jim Limperis, DMD 3207 Lake Avenue Wilimette , IL 60091 Telephone 847 256-1900 Fax 847 256-1992 Northwest Neurology, Ltd. Arlington Heights 1732 W. Algonquin Road Arlington Heights, IL 60005 Telephone 847 882-6604 Barrington 22285 Pepper Road Suite 401 Lake Barrington, IL 60010 Telephone 847 882-6604 Hoffman Estates 2260 W. Higgins Road Suite 201 Hoffman Estates, IL 60169 Telephone 847 882-6604 Letterpress Printing Lester and Lucy Bespoke Letterpress Printing 549 W. Randolph Street Suite 402 Chicago, IL 60661 Telephone 312 445-9280 Fax 312 546-8020


Limousine Athena Limousine Service 17W733 Butterfield Road Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181 Marketing and Public Relations MCD Promotions 230 W. Division Street Suite 1025 Chicago, IL 60610 Telephone 312 282-3197 Matchmaking Tina and Cathy Matchmaking Service Telephone 708 287-8382 Music CDs and DVDs Greektown Music Halsted Street Chicago, IL 60661 Telephone 312 263-6342 Newspapers The Greek Star Publishing Cosmos Press 2235 W. Devon Avenue Chicago, IL 60659 Telephone 773 275-1195 Greek Rich List DIRECTORY | 71

Restaurants and CafĂŠs Artopolis 306 S.Halsted Street Chicago, Il 60661 Telephone 312 559-9000 Fax 312 902-9955 Cafe Neo 4655 N. Lincoln Avenue Chicago, IL 60625 Telephone 773 878-2233 Eros Restaurant 818 E. Kensington Road Arlington Heights, IL 60004 Telephone 847 253-7704 Meli 301 S. Halsted Street Chicago, IL 60661 Telephone 312 454-0748 Meze Restaurant 205 N. Peoria Street Chicago, IL 60607 Telephone 312 666-6625 Pegasus 130 S. Halsted Street Chicago, IL 60561 Telephone 312 226-4666 Pegasus on the Fly 5700 S. Cicero Avenue Chicago, IL 60638 312 226-3377


Sander's Restaurant 5320 W. Touhy Avenue Skokie, IL 60077 Telephone 847 673-2626 Seasons of Long Grove 314 Old McHenry Road Long Grove, IL 60047 Telephone 847 634-9150 Taxim 1558 N. Milwaukee Avenue Chicago, IL 60622 Telephone 773 252-1558 Salons and Spas Papageorge Salon 2803 N. Sheffield Chicago, IL 60657 Telephone 773 871-5000 1721 Sherman Avenue Evanston, IL 60201 Telephone 847 864-2655 Travel Fantasy Tours and Travel, Inc. 4701 N. Cumberland (at Lawrence Avenue) Norridge, IL 60706 Telephone 773 589-1414 Trucking G and M Trucking 8811 Kathy Lane Des Plaines, IL 60016 Telephone 847 298-4129 DIRECTORY | 73

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