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Shah Leads GOP Money Race for U.S. House BY STEVE SADIN DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

Sapan Shah of Libertyville, one of three Republicans seeking their party’s nomination to represent the 10th Congressional District in the United States House of Representatives, ended 2017 with substantially more cash on hand than his primary opponents. Shah has nearly twice the war chest as Jeremy Wynes of Highland Park and almost six times as much as Doug Bennett of Deerfield. Bennett, Wynes and Shah are competing in the March 20 primary for the right to challenge Rep. Brad Schneider (D-Deerfield) in the November 6 general election. Shah ended the year with $602,016.95 cash on hand, according to his report filed with the Federal Election Commission. He raised $337,545 for the quarter ending December 31 for a total of $647,234 since he started his campaign. Wynes ended 2017 with $216,631 in the bank after raising $67,357 in the fourth quarter, according to his FEC report. For the year, he has collected $327,262. Bennett had $101,632.80 to spend on his campaign as of the end of last year. He took in $20,411 for the fourth quarter and $29,821 for the year. His campaign is primarily self funded so far. He loaned his effort $115,000 and made a donation of $12,000, according to the FEC report. Continued on PG 12

The Doctors Are In

NORTHWESTERN MEDICINE LAKE FOREST HOSPITAL PREPS FOR OPENING BY STEVE SADIN DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

Planning for the new Northwestern Medicine Lake Forest Hospital started with research. The research was not only about medicine; it also included learning from the people who are around the hospital every day. Patients, nurses and technicians were asked what they liked and disliked about the existing facility built 70 years ago and what they wanted in a new hospital. Already operating all but one of its 15 outpatient clinics at the new facility since September 25, the new, near ly 500,000-square-foot, $400 million hospital will begin caring for inpatients March 3. “We’ll start moving patients at 6 a.m. and we’ll be done by noon that day,” said Dr. Jeffery Kopin, a Highland Park resident and the hospital’s senior vice president and chief medical officer. Hospital personnel got some unplanned practice moving patients last summer when the hospital was closed July 12 for six days due to a power failure caused by a record rain. “That unintended event of the flood gave us an idea of what we would have to do on March 3,” said Kopin. Thomas J. McAfee, president of Northwestern Medicine North Region and a Lake Bluff resident, said in July the hospital prepares and drills for a possible evacuation. There have been dry runs leading up to the coming move.

Northwestern Medicine Senior Vice President-CMO for the North Region Dr. Jeffery Kopin, in the rotunda at the new Northwestern Medicine Lake Forest Hospital. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

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The package of the latest in medical technology and care is coupled with an environment designed to make patients, both those coming for outpatient treatment and those staying overnight, as comfortable as possible, according to Kopin. With a new building approximately

140,000 square feet larger than the old one just to the south, Kopin said the number of beds is the same. Unlike the old building, every patient will have a private room. When the new facility opens, Kopin said, a new computer system will go live for the entire Northwestern system, adding efficiency and safety.

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10 questions for Highland Park’s incoming police chief BY JULIE KEMP PICK DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

Louis E. Jogmen will fill big shoes when he replaces beloved Highland Park Police Chief Paul Shafer on February 28. Shafer retired after 14 years of service in Highland Park on August 2. Police Chief Mark Fleischhauer has served in the interim. Jogmen has served in law enforcement for 24 years, most recently as deputy chief for the City of Park Ridge Police Department. He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana, a master’s degree from Roosevelt University in Chicago, and is a graduate from Northwestern University’s Executive Management and Police Staff and Command Program. Jogmen spent most of his youth in Tinley Park. He moved to Park Ridge when he began his first job after college, where he and his wife, Mindy Jogmen, are continuing to raise their three children, ages 12, 16 and 19, while they finish their respective schools. Jogmen shared his inspiration for pursuing a law enforcement career, as well as his hopes for the future in a Q & A with DailyNorthShore. DNS: How did you get into policing? Jogmen: I knew that I wanted to become a police officer when I was quite young. For me, it was a very personal decision. My father was a police officer in Tinley Park. In July 1977, he responded to an armed robbery, exchanged himself for a hostage, was handcuffed and ultimately shot in the head by the suspect. Miraculously, he lived until I was 16. I spent those years talking with him and learning what sacrifice, honor and service to others really means. DNS: Your dad was a true hero, and it’s tragic that you lost him so young. Jogmen: He was a great guy. We’d go on long walks after dinner for years and talk. I am who I am because of him. I miss him terribly. I was drawn to policing because I believe that the pursuit of happiness, defined as a fundamental right mentioned in the Declaration of Independence, means that everyone should be able to freely pursue joy and live life in a way that makes them happy, as long as they don’t do anything illegal or violate the rights of others. And I feel that, when policing is done correctly, and the community connects with those who are serving it, it is a noble attempt at ensuring everyone has equal access to that right. DNS: Are there any programs that you implemented in Park Ridge that you’d like to bring to Highland Park? Jogmen: I’m proud to have been part of some worthy initiatives in Park Ridge. We were one of the few agencies in the area to have trained all our officers in Crisis Intervention Training (CIT). This training is a model for community policing that brings together law enforcement, mental health providers, hospital emergency departments and individuals with mental illness and their families to improve responses to people in crisis. Many of our programs centered around developing a stronger connection with our community. Our Beat Team Leader program, National Night Out, Senior Breakfast program all helped to develop relationships between our officers and those we serve. I plan to speak to my new staff

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Highland Park’s new police chief, Louis E. Jogmen, outside the station. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

about their ideas. In addition, I intend to meet with Highland Park’s community groups, faithbased groups, business owners and residents to help design police services that best meet the needs and desires of our community. DNS: What do you think will be your greatest challenge in Highland Park? Jogmen: A good number of experienced senior officers are retiring. I am moving into this position because Chief Shafer, and now Interim Chief Fleischhauer, have retired. They both served their communities with distinction for a long time. The same can be said for Deputy Chief Tim Wilinski, who will be retiring after 25 years of service to Highland Park. It will be challenging to lose them. My law enforcement peers including my staff in Park Ridge have worked with many Highland Park officers, and I was excited that they all have had great experiences. They said they were hardworking, innovative and committed to their jobs and community. I look forward to working with a department that is so highly regarded in the law enforcement community. DNS: What is your take on gangs in Highland Park? Jogmen: Based on what I currently know, Highland Park, fortunately, does not experience a significant gang presence. That said, we are a very mobile society and every law enforcement officer must be trained to identify the signs of possible gang activity and be prepared to address it. DNS: How will you attack the problems of drug use and opioids? Jogmen: This is a national issue and not one that is going to be easily solved. Highland Park officers are trained in the use of Narcan should they respond to a call involving an accidental overdose. Hopefully, we can impact this issue before the department receives those calls by working closely with local coalitions like Community-The Anti-Drug and the Lake County Opioid Initiative.  Our department will also do whatever we can in the area of education.

Jogmen: Residential burglaries are extremely traumatic to anyone who has ever been victimized. A law enforcement agency must do their part by providing valuable prevention information to their residents. We must encourage our residents to call us with information about suspicious activity. Neighbors watching out for neighbors is the most effective means of deterrence. Our officers have been able to intervene during a burglary primarily because a neighbor took the time to let us know that something looked suspicious. Our agency will also continue to work with surrounding agencies and multi-jurisdictional burglary task forces in an effort to mitigate burglaries. DNS: How do you plan to enforce vaping laws in Highland Park? Was it an issue in Park Ridge? Jogmen: I understand that Highland Park has a vaping ordinance much like Park Ridge. Our School Resource Officers will continue to work toward education. Department members will also work with local coalitions to help with their efforts. DNS: What are you most excited about your new position? Jogmen:. Over the past 24 years, I’ve met many wonderful people and I’ve worked hard to impact the quality of life for those who live and or work in Park Ridge. And while this will always be part of who I am, I’m excited to have an opportunity to develop new friendships, partnerships and to become part of a new community. I hope to take my experiences in Park Ridge and combine them with new experiences going forward in an effort to build community partnerships and trust, as well as, enhance teamwork and professionalism within the Highland Park Police Department.

DNS: How do you plan to deal with frequent car burglaries? Jogmen: This issue while not unique to Highland Park, in my experience is almost exclusively the result of unlocked cars. We as an agency will continue to focus on educating our residents about the importance of securing their vehicles and their valuables. Our overnight officers will also be proactive in their neighborhoods, looking for signs of fresh car burglaries in an effort to increase their chances of locating and arresting suspects quickly, ultimately sending a message that Highland Park The community is invited to a “Meet the Chief ” is not the place to come to break into cars. reception on Thursday, March 1, 2018 from 4 to 6 DNS: Any plans to deter home burglaries? p.m. at City Hall. 

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NEWS HOUSE RACE Cont. from PG 1 Shah is an entrepreneur as well as a physician with a law degree. A resident of Libertyville, he founded Flagship Health in 2007 and continues to operate the company today. The company advises doctors about malpractice and other business issues. Wynes, an attorney who lives in Highland Park, has devoted the last nine years to political work. He held positions of Chicago-area director and Midwest regional director for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee before starting the Chicago office of the Republican Jewish Coalition. Bennett is a Deerfield resident who works for Havi, a company that deals with the global supply chain for major multi-national companies. A mathematician by education, he does analytics for the business. He is also the vice chairman of the West Deerfield Township Republican Organiza-

Seeking the Republican nomination for the 10th Congressional District seat are (from left) Jeremy Wynes, Doug Bennett and Sapan Shah

tion. Schneider, who has no primary opponent, finished the year with $1,787,355.54 in the bank. He raised $562,282 for the fourth quarter and

$2,466,325 for the year, according to his FEC report. The 10th District includes much of Lake County as well as parts of Cook County in the north and

northwest suburbs. It takes in all of Lake Bluff, Lake Forest, Highland Park, Highwood, Glencoe and Deerfield as well as parts of Northbrook and Glenview.

Transforming Nonprofits One Design at a Time As board president, Falanga is serious about her responsibility to fundraise for the organization. “It is exciting and a challenge to get designAs the newly appointed board president of the ers to think about fundraising,” she explained. nonprofit organization Designs For Dignity, Diane But because she believes so strongly in the work Falanga believes in the power of design to transform of D4D, Falanga said its easier to ask for donations, because it provides donors an opportunity not only an environment, but also people’s lives. “When you enter a completed project you will to be the change they want to see in the world. find that people are ready to begin the healing “Our work really meets a need for those who process when they walk through the door. It is that need it the most,” Falanga said. Take for example the work D4D did at powerful,” Falanga told DailyNorthShore. Zacharias Sexual Abuse Center located in Skokie. Designs For Dignity — also known as D4D — relies on the pro bono talent of interior design- The nonprofit is often filled to capacity with ers, architects and other professionals to transform 25-plus volunteers and staff, counseling victims the often run-down environments of other non- of sexual abuse and assault, many of them children, Falanga said. When D4D toured the facilprofit organizations using in-kind donations. “We believe everyone is deserving of a safe en- ity, they found it sad and depleted. But after D4D took on the project, the center’s vironment,” Falanga said, noting that the physical environment is usually the lowest priority for building was completely transformed. The designers carefully chose warm and inviting colors and nonprofits with budget constraints. A long-time Wilmette resident who recently fabrics that feel like they could hug you. “You moved to Chicago, Falanga has been an interior feel like the healing begins when you cross the designer for about 20 years and owns her own threshold. You feel like you are in a safe environbusiness primarily focused on residential homes. ment,” Falanga said. For many victims and their Falanga first got involved with D4D about 10 years families, the center becomes a second home. When D4D takes on a project like the Zachaago, when she had her own idea for a nonprofit that kept residential furnishings in the life stream, rias Center, designers first visit the site and talk to by donating them to people in need. But when she the people who work at the nonprofit. They listen learned about D4D, she realized that the non- to staff talk about their work, needs and dedication, profit was doing something similar and decided to before beginning any design plans. Sometimes get involved. “I fell in love with the organization D4D gets to consult the clients, such as when they and became an active part of its board,” she said. met with students who visit the Warming House While Falanga served as board president previ- in Wilmette. When the kids said they didn’t always ously from 2014-2015, she is looking forward to feel safe or like they belong, Falanga said that D4D taking on the role again. “I am thrilled to be back decided to create a warm and inviting space that was also cool and hip for teenagers. The designers in this capacity,” she said. BY EMILY SPECTRE

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Above: Design for Dignity’s Diane Falanga at the Zacharias Center in Skokie. Below: An example of Design for Dignity’s contributions to the center. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

chose high-back sofas and colorful carpet squares to create just the right look. Moving forward, Falanga plans to lead an organization that provides positive and transformative environments for people in need. It’s in line with the D4D’s philosophy, that “everyone is deserving of a safe, nurturing and dignified space,” Falanga said.

Walgreens going to Mrs. Green’s BY EMILY SPECTRE DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

A new Walgreens pharmacy is slated to open in Winnetka’s Hubbard Woods business district at 925 Green Bay Road, in the storefront formerly

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home to Mrs. Green’s Neighborhood Market. Village officials are optimistic Walgreen’s relocation will give the area a much-needed boost. “We are very excited to welcome a company with such a great reputation and long history of success like Walgreens into Winnetka,” said Winnetka Village Manager Robert Bahan. “Walgreens is well

known for giving back to the community, will help generate more activity in the Hubbard Woods Business District, and when companies with a status like Walgreens select an area other businesses tend to follow.” Mrs. Green’s, a New York-based boutique grocery, closed its Winnetka location in October 2016, after

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being open for 10 months. The company spent approximately $2.5 million renovating the space, which included an adjacent parking lot. While the space was fully renovated by Mrs. Green’s, Walgreens is currently adding signage and other features that are signature to Walgreens pharmacies. The company plans to open by Spring 2018. THE NORTH SHORE WEEKEND


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While O’Connor’s children were boys, she was inspired by her own childhood to create a character who loves to be fancy. Since Oodles of Kittens is her last Fancy Nancy picture book, O’Connor describes the reading as part of her “Au Revoir Tour.” No doubt Fancy Nancy has struck a cord

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Above: Sisters Olivia and Amelia Ring visit with Jane O’Connor, The “Fancy Nancy” children’s book author, at a packed event hosted by The Book Stall in Winnetka. Far left: Claire Schorle, 7 of Evanston. Left: Valentina Egorova, 3, of Wilmette, Scout Walker-Davis, 6, of Evanston, and Olivia Kueng, 4, of Wilmette.

O’Connor’s books, and she likes the message. “I like that it subtly teaches vocabulary and it also has non-fancy family members so that the girls can feel empowered to be anyway they want,” Bartoszek said. Kristen Meyers drove all the way from Kenosha to take her 6-year-old daughter, Julie, to the event. Julie is an avid reader who is only in first grade, but reads at a fourth grade level. Meyers attributes O’Connor’s Fancy Nancy books — and her

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The Book Stall in Winnetka was swarming with little girls in princess dresses and sparkly tiaras on February 1, when the author of the Fancy Nancy book series, Jane O’Connor, paid the store a visit. That’s fancy for crowded. Girls lined up clutching copies of Fancy Nancy: Oodles of Kittens, O’Connor’s latest picture book about Nancy, a spirited girl with a posh style who uses complex words to express herself. While many little girls are drawn to the character’s passion for pink, feather boas and tiaras, others, including parents, like O’Connor’s books because of the tough vocabulary. Fleming Bartoszek from Wilmette was at The Book Stall with her two daughters, ages 4 and 2, both of whom were dressed up in full Fancy Nancy regalia: princess gowns, jewelry and tiaras. Bartoszek said her children love

use of complex vocabulary — as her daughter’s inspiration to learn how to read. “The fact that she used bigger words was what made it exciting and made her want to start reading,” Meyers said. Her daughter frequently references the glossary in the back of each book, and delights in using the

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French words that are peppered throughout the story. At the reading, O’Connor greeted the children with a welcoming “bonjour” and showed a picture of herself as a little girl wearing a fancy party dress. Wearing her own crown of pink flowers and a bright pink feather boa, O’Connor read from her book, pausing throughout to define words, such as “rhinestone” — fancy for a genuine fake diamond, she said.

with children and parents alike, with over 50 books in the series, which also includes chapter books for older readers. Aimee Anderson, who has worked at The Book Stall for four years, said the book reading was one of the most crowded events she had ever seen inside the store. “We love having authors because it is great exposure and it’s a wonderful community event,” she said.

The bottom line first: It’s smart to be bullish on business maven and Glenbrook North senior Michelle Rogoff. A co-founder of her school’s Women in Business club, Rogoff sells protein shakes (with a partner, as part of a school project) at Glenbrook North and jewelry and vintage clothing on her own. For her sensational efforts, Michelle will receive a special gift from @properties

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The lowdown on Hiland: making the grade — and lots of friends BY BILL MCLEAN

book,” Sophie Hiland says. “I love that class, love being in there with my mom. She cares so much about teaching, and she’s funny, incredibly smart. Forever exuberant and teeming with positivity, She gets especially excited when a student has a breakthrough moment in class … when the student Sophie Hiland has a knack for making friends. shows that ‘Yes, now I understand’ look.” Anywhere. The face of NSCDS might very well be Sophie Everywhere. At airports, at Starbucks, at museums, at (name Hiland’s. Standout student? Check. Varsity athlete? Check. Consummate, busy leader? Check. Exema venue). The North Shore Country Day School senior plary citizen? Check. The two-time academic alland Evanston resident figures the ages of her count- state field hockey player serves as co-head (with less friends in at least seven countries range from Joy Pasin) of the school’s Community Service club 5 to 101. Jane, 101, lives in New York and is also a and editor of the yearbook, Mirror. The service club staged the annual Dunk Alzheimer’s fundraiser in friend of Sophie’s grandmother Franny. “I traveled across the country on a bike [in the NSCD’s main gym last month. Hiland has introsummer of 2016] with a group of other cyclists,” duced speakers at the school, and her leadership Hiland recalls. “Took us 44 days to go from style is fun and persuasive and delightfully loud. “If there’s an important meeting later in the day,” Charleston [South Carolina] to Los Angeles. the Middlebury (Vermont) College-bound Hiland “I made a friend a day.” Each day in her AP English class at NSCDS in says, “and I see a student who should be at that Winnetka, Hiland sits in a circle with her teacher meeting, I go right up to that student in a hallway and the other students. Her teacher is Cassandra or in one of my classes and say, ‘So you’re coming Hiland, aka Sophie’s mother. Daughter and mom to the meeting, right? I can expect you to attend, sit next to each other. The students in the class of right? See you there.’ “I’m pretty fearless. I was born with a lot of seven are reading The God of Small Things, a novel by Arundhati Roy; the book is about how the small curiosity, with a lot of energy, and I’ve always been encouraged to dig in with topics and subjects I things affect people’s behavior and their lives. “We discuss and dissect the characters in the enjoy.” DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

Her independent study at NSCDS focuses on social justice and women’s rights. While working as a nanny for five weeks in France last summer, Hiland felt she was underpaid at the end of the second week. She asked for a raise in French. And got it. “That wasn’t easy, being assertive in that setting, but I wasn’t happy with what I was making, and I felt — felt strongly — that I deserved a raise,” says Hiland, whose AP French class this semester is examining the history and culture of France “through the lens of films.” Hiland and her twin brother Owen (bound for Williams College) climbed the steps together to the second floor of the Lower School on their first day at NSCDS — as third-graders in 2008. Sophie Hiland remembers two things about that day. “Lots of smiles and handshakes,” says the serial friend maker and big fan of patterned pants and eye-yanking outfits. (Hiland wore a NASA shirt and blue jeans adorned with images of stars on a Sophie Hiland recent Saturday.) “I still wake up each school day and can’t wait to Do you know a teen doing outstanding work in the see my friends and teachers and others. It excites field of charity, science, arts, business or education? me, knowing I’m going to get a lot of chances to Please send your suggestion for Standout Student to smile at people of all ages and ask, ‘How are you?’” bill@northshoreweekend.com.

HOSPITAL Cont. from PG 1 When Northwestern Medicine officials wanted to know what makes a stay as pleasant as possible, they asked patients, according to Kopin and McAfee. They also asked nurses and technicians what would help them do a better job for patients, and those ideas were implemented. “This hospital represents the best way we can deliver care and medicine today,” said McAfee. “We will be able to do most of the things Northwestern Medicine can do downtown (at Northwestern Memorial Hospital).” When patients, visitors and others come into the front doors of the main entrance at 1000 Westmoreland Road, they see a reception desk to their left and straight ahead glass windows looking out on a lake created for the new building. Kopin said few questions are needed to send people in the right direction. “How can I help you,” said receptionist Nicole Cartwright when Kopin asked her how guests are welcomed. “If they are going to a clinic I tell them to turn left. If they are here for treatment, I tell them to turn right.” Before making the right or left turn, people come to a circular rotunda stretching from the basement to the roof. They look down to the cafeteria tables. Lakefront Is Expansive

There is also a quarter-mile walkway along the man-made lake. Kopin said should patients be well enough during good weather, they can walk along the lake. Their visitors can walk there too. Should people need hospital care, McAfee and

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patients and talk to them. If we need to get closer we go outside to the closet, (get what we need) and gown up.” Design of Equipment Took Planning

Headboards behind each bed, whether in a sleeping room or one crafted for outpatient surgery, are built to make it easier for staff and patients. Kopin said input for each outlet for equipment came from nurses and other caregivers. When a task is complete, a button by the door is pushed quietly, letting the next person ready to serve the patient know it is his or her turn. Throughout the ground floor where people come for services such as blood tests, the waiting areas are deliberately small. Kopin said the facilities are designed to get people Northwestern Medicine Lake Forest Hospital is scheduled to open in March. in and out quickly with a minimum of discomfort. Kopin say they want it to be as pleasant as pos- disturb patients, (especially) if they are sleeping,” The new computerized record-keeping sible. said Kopin. “If they need something they go system is for all of Northwestern Medicine, acThe new hospital’s clinics offer clinical trials outside to the closet and bring it in,” he added cording to McAfee. It does not matter if the for issues such as fertility that are available at few referring to supply closets outside each room. patient is at the large hospital on Chicago’s Near other places in the country, McAfee said. All patient-care rooms have a private bathroom. North Side or in a standalone clinic in the suburbs. Not only do inpatients have their own room, The rooms also have a color change in the floorPart of the change in Lake Forest is philoeach room has a couch that turns into a bed if a ing a few feet in. Kopin said it lets doctors, nurses sophical. Built on a 160-acre campus, there is a family member wants to spend the night. The and other staff communicate directly even if the health club nearby for the public. There are also nurses’ work area has a single light pointing patient is highly contagious. 1.5 miles of walking trails that include the “We don’t have to gown up as long as we don’t walkway in front of the lake. straight down. “It’s designed so the nurses can work and not cross that line,” said Kopin. “We can still see the “This is a destination for wellness,” said Kopin.

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OPEN HOUSE EVENT Sunday, February 11th from 2:30 pm-4:30 pm

1210 Greenwood Avenue Wilmette

Historic East Wilmette home with smashing design to make an Architectural Digest writer swoon? Check. Gut rehab to the studs by Wilmette’s renowned architects MorganteWilson? Check. Enchanting and resort like outdoor living spaces for year round enjoyment? Wilmette’s premier Cage neighborhood walking distance to town and train? Check. 1210 Greenwood is a golden opportunity to own a special part of Wilmette history and enjoy it in today’s open, flowing and fresh lifestyle. Gourmet kitchen boasts many rarely found features to make cooking and entertaining a breeze. This is a lifestyle home for creating incredible family memories while watching movies in your outdoor home theater, toasting s’mores around the firepit while building snowmen, and rinsing off the family and dog in the outdoor shower after a day at the beach. This exceptional home offers so much to enjoy that it will make one rethink a commitment to newer construction.

Offered at $1,699,000

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Pristine Kenilworth Gardens designer’s own home is the one you have been waiting for. Spacious well designed white kitchen with generous island seating and large dining area. Huge and stylish mud room is a dream for keeping the family organized. Sunny family room and warm living room with fireplace flow for a great circular floor plan. Three oversized bedrooms are perfect for two beds per room, and the baths have all been updated for you. The lower level takes the word basement to a whole new place – rec room with beautiful built ins and bar, cozy office with fireplace could also be used as a guest room, and a cheerful laundry room that will actually make the chore a pleasant one. The two car garage and walk to train, school and park location on one of the best streets in Kenilworth Gardens make this one a special opportunity for buyers who want it all done and ready to move in!

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Socials The Rush Junior Board Holiday Tea Photography by Robin Subar

Co-chairs Elena Cata, Sara Mooney, Charlotte Lane, and Kelly Olvany and members of The Junior Board of the Auxiliary Woman’s Board – Rush University Medical Center hosted the group’s annual Holiday Tea at Sunset Ridge Country Club in December. Guests perused the many homemade crafts and treats professionally created by Rush Junior Board members, then moved to the main dining room for tea sandwiches and holiday sweets. The Holiday Tea is one of three fundraisers that the members of the Junior Board hold each year, this year raising more than $34,000 for Rush University Medical Center. The Rush Junior Board donated more than $61,000 to Rush University Medical Center last year and anticipates making a similar contribution this year after its annual fashion show on April 29 at The Kenilworth Club. thewomansboard.org

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OPEN HOUSES 1. 1221 Checkerberry Court LIBERTYVILLE $769,000 Sunday 1:00pm – 3:00pm Pam Devendorf, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-989-0711

11. 1172 Timber Lane LAKE FOREST $690,000 Sunday 12:00pm-2:00pm Marsha Nusslock, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

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2. 310 Hirst Ct LAKE BLUFF Open Sunday 1-3 $1,100,000 Kristen Esplin, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

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13. 480 Holland Court LAKE FOREST $1,199,000 Sunday 12-2pm Vera Purcell, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

4. 26 Warrington LAKE BLUFF $649,000 Sunday 1:00-3:00pm Suzanne Myers, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

14. 790 Southmeadow LAKE FOREST $1,249,000 Sunday 1203pm Marsha Nusslock, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

5. 306 Winchester Court LAKE BLUFF Sunday 1-4 $825,000 Rina Du Toit, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.814.8648

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15. 119 E. Laurel Avenue #202 LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $440,000 J Anderson/D Mancuso, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.347.8245

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16. 830 Northmoor Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $865,000 Kim Shortsle, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.987.5702

7. 644 Northmoor Rd LAKE FOREST Open Sunday 2-4 $649,000 Heidi Ogden & Leslie Dhamer, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

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12. 1516 N. Western Ave. LAKE FOREST $729,500 Saturday 1-3 pm Sunday 1-3pm Laura Henderson, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

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17. 1521 Heritage Court LAKE FOREST Sunday 12-4 $929,500 Rina Du Toit, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.814.8648

8. 61 Saddle Run LAKE FOREST Open Sunday 12-2 $1,499,000 Lisa Trace, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

18. 1070 Estes Avenue LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-4 $939,000 Susan Lincoln, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.846.8814

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21. 322 Charal Lane HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 12-2 $639,000 Karen Skurie, Baird and Warner 847-361-4687

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23. 1240 Eaton Court HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $589,000 Debbie Hyman, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.609.5339

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26. 2931 Twin Oaks Drive HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1 - 3 $540,000 Wise/Burklin, @properties 847.432.0700

43. 844 Chestnut Street-Model DEERFIELD Sunday 1-3 $615,000 Karen Skurie, Baird and Warner 847-361-4687

27. 444 Elm Place (Land) HIGHLAND PARK $339,000 Sunday 2:00pm-4:00pm Pam Devendorf, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-989-0711

44. 826 Chestnut St DEERFIELD Sunday 1-3 $599,000 Karen Skurie, Baird and Warner 847-361-4687

28. 1758 Cavell Avenue HIGHLAND PARK $475,000 Sunday 1:00pm- 3:00pm Barbara Tarr, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-826-3043 29. 848 Highland HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 12-2 $599,000 Margie Brooks, Baird and Warner 847.494.7998

31. 2068 Tanglewood Court HIGHLAND PARK $595,000 Sunday 1:00pm- 3:00pm The Max Group , Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-922-4815 312-391-3170

48. 1289 Gateway Ct NORTHBROOK Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 10-4 $859,000 Karen Skurie & Pat Denenberg, Baird and Warner 847.361.4687 847.644.5921

32. 2532 Augusta Way HIGHLAND PARK $739,900 Sunday 1:00pm- 3:00pm Janis Kirshner and Corky Kooperman, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-287-5114 and 847-525-3997 33. 2600 Sheridan Rd. HIGHLAND PARK Sunday, 12-1:30 $899,000 Maureen Spriggs, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

49. 1285 Shermer RD NORTHBROOK Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 10-4 $774,000 Karen Skurie & Pat Denenberg, Baird and Warner 847.361.4687 847.644.5921 50. 1269 Gateway Ct NORTHBROOK Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 10-4 $729,000 Karen Skurie & Pat Denenberg, Baird and Warner 847.361.4687 847.644.5921

34. 477 HAZEL Avenue HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1:30 - 3:30 $839,000 Susan Burklin, @properties 847.432.0700

51. 1265 Gateway Ct NORTHBROOK Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 10-4 764,000 Karen Skurie & Pat Denenberg, Baird and Warner 847.361.4687 847.644.5921

35. 1891 Northland HIGHLAND PARK $5,500 Sunday 1:00pm- 3:00pm Laurie Field, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 312-504-7010

52. 1263 Shermer Rd NORTHBROOK Friday, saturday, and Sunday 10-4 $659,000 Karen Skurie & Pat Denenberg, Baird and Warner 847.361.4687 847.644.5921

36. 1258 McDaniels Avenue HIGHLAND PARK $449,000 Sunday 1:00pm- 3:00pm Janet Borden, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-833-3171

53. 1281 Shermer Rd NORTHBROOK Friday, Saturday, Sunday 10-4 $599,000 Karen Skurie & Pat Denenberg, Baird and Warner 847.361.4687 847.644.5921

37. 315 Charal Lane HIGHLAND PARK $499,000 Sunday 1:00pm- 3:00pm Noah Levy, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 312-203-2416

54. 1283 Gateway Ct NORTHBROOK Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 10-4 $799,000 Karen Skurie & Pat Denenberg, Baird and Warner 847.361.4687 847.644.5921

38. 25 Hemlock Lane HIGHLAND PARK $849,000 Sunday 1:00pm- 3:00pm Janet Borden, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-833-3171

55. 2129 Washington Drive NORTHBROOK Sunday from 12-4 $749,000 Lisa Novelli or Steven Monz 847-559-0500

39. 74 Holabird Loop HIGHWOOD $620,000 Sunday 11:30 am – 1:30pm Janet Borden, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-833-3171 40. 844 Stables HIGHWOOD Sunday 12-2 $568,500 Margie Brooks, Baird and Warner 847.494.7998

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45. 246 Landis Lane DEERFIELD $649,900 Sunday 2:00pm- 4:00pm Jamie Roth, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-219-6400

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60. 1354 Williamsburg Drive NORTHBROOK Sunday 1 - 3 $625,000 Wexler/Gault, @properties 847.432.0700

80. 2826 Wilson Lane GLENVIEW Sunday 12 - 2 $865,000 Connie Dornan, @properties 847.998.0200

61. 3601 Pebble Beach Road NORTHBROOK Sunday 12 - 2 $799,000 Anthony Mehrabian, @properties 847.881.0200

81. 1011 Hunter Rd. GLENVIEW Sunday Feb 11 12-2 $569,000 Jackie Thom Coldwell Banker, Wilmette 847-256-7400

62. 1158 Oak Ridge Dr. GLENCOE Sunday, 1-2:30 $600,000 Carmen Corbett, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 63. 448 Oakdale GLENCOE $599,999 Sunday 1-3 Sara Sullivan, The Hudson Company 847-525-1905

83. 1184 Somerset Drive GLENVIEW Sunday 1 - 3 $1,550,000 Connie Dornan, @properties 847.998.0200

64. 254 Dickens NORTHFIELD $799,000 Sunday 12-2 Jody Savino, The Hudson Company 312-286-4404

84. 226 Washington St. GLENVIEW Sunday, 12:30-2 $348,900 Denise M. Kellar, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

65. 1875 Old Willow Rd. #122 NORTHFIELD Sunday, 12-2 $470,000 Nancy Savard, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

85. 1210 Greenwood Avenue WILMETTE Sunday 2:30 -4:30 $1,699,000 Chris Veech, @properties 847.881.0200

66. 3 Golf Lane WINNETKA Sunday 12:30 - 2:30 $3,975,000 Sarah Lyons, @properties 847.881.0200

86. 1030 Pontiac Road WILMETTE Sunday 12 - 2 $1,275,000 Margaret Burton, @properties 847.881.0200

67. 1305 Forest Glen Drive South WINNETKA Sunday 12 - 2 $1,848,000 Bonnie Tripton, @properties 847.881.0200

87. 1420 Sheridan, 4D WILMETTE $875,000 Sunday 1-3 Carrie Healy, The Hudson Company 847-507-7666

68. 1280 Scott Avenue WINNETKA $799,000 Sunday 1:00pm- 3:00pm The Max Group, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-922-4815 and 312-391-3170

88. 2229 Crestview WILMETTE $995,000 Sunday 1-3 Carrie Healy, The Hudson Company 847-507-7666 89. 2530 Iroquois WILMETTE $1,239,000 Sunday 12-2 Joanne Hudson, The Hudson Company 847-971-5024

69. 902 Pine WINNETKA $1,299,000 Sunday 12-2 Jody Savino, The Hudson Company 312-286-4404

90. 749 12th Street WILMETTE $699,000 Sunday 2-4 Coco Harris, The Hudson Company 847-372-3324

70. 111 Apple Tree WINNETKA $1,465,000 Sunday 1-3 Joanne Hudson, The Hudson Company 847-971-5024 71. 145 Thorn Tree WINNETKA $2,495,000 Sunday 2-4 Joanne Hudson, The Hudson Company 847-971-5024

91. 940 Seneca Rd. WILMETTE Sunday, 12-2 $1,115,000 Maureen Mohling, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

72. 1125 Gage St. WINNETKA Sunday, 1-3 $1,139,000 Eileen Collins, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

92. 2240 Greenwood Avenue WILMETTE Sunday 1 - 3 $799,000 Carrie Tarzon, @properties 847.881.0200

73. 268 Ridge Ave. WINNETKA Sunday, 12-2 $1,850,000 Sarah Dwyer, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

93. 2151 Thornwood Ave. WILMETTE Sunday, 1-3 $599,000 Anne West, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

74. 984 Ash St. WINNETKA Sunday, 1-3 $1,895,000 Marina Britva, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

94. 407 Vista Drive WILMETTE Sunday 12-2 $508,000 Jennifer Mills, Jameson Sotheby’s International Reality 773.914.4422

75. 371 Berkeley Avenue WINNETKA Sunday 2:30 -4:30 $697,000 Anthony Mehrabian, @properties 847.881.0200

56. 807 Timbers Edge Lane NORTHBROOK Sunday from 12-4 $769,900 Lisa Novelli or Steven Monz 847-559-0500

76. 1369 Sunview Ln. WINNETKA Sunday, 2:30-4:30 $1,775,000 Maryann Burke, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

57. 808 Timbers Edge Lane NORTHBROOK Sunday from 12-4 $724,900 Lisa Novelli or Steven Monz 847-559-0500

77. 326 Woodland Ave. WINNETKA Sunday, 1-2:30 $979,000 Beth Groebe, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

58. 4018 Bordeaux NORTHBROOK Sunday 12-2 $724,900 Mary Egebrecht, Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty 847.693.0118

78. 910 Glenwood Lane GLENVIEW Sunday 12 - 2 $1,199,000 Connie Dornan, @properties 847.998.0200

59. 1726 Fieldwood Drive NORTHBROOK Sunday 1 - 3 $675,000 Heidi Michaels, @properties 847.509.0200

82. 2333 Iroquois Dr. GLENVIEW Sunday, 12-2 $788,000 Vicki Nelson, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

79. 4136 Hampton Court GLENVIEW Sunday 1 - 3 $839,000 Connie Dornan, @properties 847.998.0200

95. 3004 Indianwood Rd. WILMETTE Sunday Feb. 11 1-3 $1,195,000 Dave Chung Coldwell Banker, Wilmette 847-256-7400 96. 2510 Wilmette WILMETTE Sunday 1-3 $875,000 Alicja Skibicki, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855 97. 150 Winnetka KENILWORTH $999,000 Sunday 2-4 Jody Savino, The Hudson Company 312-286-4404 98. 726 Hinman, 1G EVANSTON $156,900 Sunday 12-2 Genie Cooper, The Hudson Company 847-436-8068

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1305 Forest Glen Drive South, Winnetka This house checks all the boxes! Beautiful 2014 complete renovation and addition of a classic brick Hemphill home in Hubbard Woods. It is professionally decorated from top to bottom with designer finishes that are truly Pinterest and Magazine worthy. This Winnetka home is a wonderful alternative to new construction as no expense has been spared. Situated on an extra-wide lot with 5 bed/4.5 bath, attached 2-car heated garage, 3rd floor office/bonus space, deep recreational basement, and home theater room. Also, features a spacious landscaped backyard with a bluestone patio and outdoor fireplace accessible directly off the family room and kitchen. All white marble chef’s kitchen with marble counters, custom cabinetry, and high end appliances. Gorgeous marble bathrooms, including stunning master bathroom with heated floors and steam shower. Huge 2nd floor laundry room that is 17x6 in size! Great curb appeal with copper gutters and stable style garage doors. Geothermal heating and cooling system. 4 total fireplaces. Ideal proximity to the metra, schools, town and the beach.

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1004 BRITTANY ROAD HIGHLAND PARK 5 bedroom/4.1 bath $1,075,000 411Orchard.info

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1290 LINCOLN AVENUE HIGHLAND PARK 6 bedroom/5.1 bath $1,250,000 601Mulberry3F.info

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13675 LUCKY LAKE DRIVE LAKE FOREST 6 bedroom/7.1 bath $1,950,000

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675 BLACKTHORN ROAD WINNETKA 6 bedroom/7.3 bath $3,550,000 675Blackthorn.info

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105 AVON AVENUE NORTHFIELD 4 bedroom/2.1 bath $610,000 105Avon.info

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720 THORNMEADOW ROAD RIVERWOODS 5 bedroom/5.2 bath $2,200,000 720ThornmeadowRd.info

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Lights, camera...wrestle! Innovative Dailey rings up more wins, takes second at regional meet BY BILL MCLEAN SPORTS@NORTHSHOREWEEKEND.COM

The Salvation Army bell ringer in filmmaker Quinn Dailey’s short comedy, The Donation, gets upset when a teenaged passerby declines to drop a coin in the red kettle. The bell ringer proceeds to haunt the teen, everywhere. Including at school. “I thought of the plot while driving by a Walgreens and hearing that bell,” Dailey says. “The bell ringing sounded ominous.” Dailey, a senior at Lake Forest High School, intends to present the two-minute, 30-second film at the school’s Talent Show later this month and submit it to the Midwest Media Educators Association for Video Festival consideration. “I wasn’t sure the friend [ Jackson Thomas, a 6-foot-1 senior] I had asked to play the bell ringer would be down with playing kind of a creepy, scary character,” Dailey adds. “But he embraced the role, killed it.” Dailey’s role on wrestling mats at the Class 3A Warren Regional last weekend wasn’t an act. The 132-pounder embraced foes and threw them around. The dry specks of blood covering parts of his nostrils after his championship bout with Libertyville High School sophomore and top-seeded Danny Pucino? Real. The half-dozen marks of various shapes and hues on Dailey’s face? All real. Pucino (37-2), fierce and aggressive in six intense minutes, defeated Dailey 21-7 in the final, giving the Wildcat a 3-0 mark against the Scout this DAILEY BEAST: Lake Forest High School’s Quinn Dailey (right) tangles with Libertyville’s Danny Pucino in the 132-pound title match at the Class 3A Warren winter. Second-seeded Dailey (34-7) received a Regional. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER What widened his eyes: NYU’s reputable film school. Dailey contacted the wrestling coach at the “He knows two speeds private Division III school in New York City and later applied for admission. He got accepted and — on, off. There’s intends to take liberal studies courses and grapple as a freshman. nothing in between “I’m into film, really into it, and the opportuwith him.” nity to direct or do something in the industry after college would be a thrill for me,” says Dailey, who hinted he’d apply to NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts after either his freshman or sophomore year. “I’m taking a film class now; we’re studying Citizen Kane. It’s an old movie, but it’s fascinating, first-round bye and beat Round Lake’s Zachary especially the work of the camera, the shots and McCain 6-1 and Grant’s Dylan Rinkenberger 10-4 the angles. Everything, I’m finding out, has a before his clash with Pucino. meaning in that movie.” “[Pucino] is a good chain wrestler,” says Dailey, The shots Scouts wrestling coach Matt Fiordnow a three-time sectional qualifier. “Chain wres- irosa cares about are the ones Dailey plans to execute tlers are good at quickly coming up with another atop mats at the Class 3A Barrington Sectional on move or two if one isn’t working. Chain wrestlers Feb. 9-10. are always two steps ahead. “Quinn is a machine, an animal, a workhorse,” “I have to become a better chain wrestler.” Fiordirosa, a former standout wrestler at Grant, Dailey thought this winter would be his last as says. “He knows two speeds — on, off. There’s a competitive wrestler until his parents, Lisette and nothing in between with him. On mats he doesn’t Kirk, encouraged him to research colleges with stop, loves to outwork everybody. And he’s such a competitive academic and wrestling programs last strong kid; his six-pack abs aren’t normal ones. He’s summer. Dailey learned all about New York Uni- been on a tear this season. I watched him compete versity. at two national tournaments (in New York and in

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Pennsylvania) last summer, and you could see him gain confidence with each match.” A friend named Chris convinced Dailey to give wrestling a try when both attended Deer Path Middle School. Dailey recorded a takedown for the first time and couldn’t wait to notch his second one. “That feeling of being in control in a battle was a great one,” says Dailey, who attended five wrestling camps last summer, including one at NYU, after sustaining muscle tears in his neck shortly after the conclusion of his junior season; the injuries sidelined him for six weeks. “I couldn’t get enough of that takedown feeling,” adds the former soccer player. “Wrestling has made me a better athlete. It has taught me the value of hard work, dedication and commitment. My dad has noticed wrestling has helped me build character.” His mother, a native of New Jersey, competed at the national level as a figure skater. Lisette Dailey initially had a problem with Quinn and his passion for wrestling. “My mom,” Dailey says, “didn’t want her baby boy to get hurt. But you should see her at wrestling meets now. She’s totally supportive and really into wrestling these days. If she could start her life all over again, she’d probably pursue some kind of career in professional wrestling.”

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She watched her son climb a podium last weekend to receive a medal and pose and smile for cameras and smartphones. It was an ant-eats-aardvark moment. A budding director had appeared in the spotlight, in front of lenses. Notable: Lake Forest High School senior Caleb Durbin (160 pounds) and freshman Bennett Duggan (106) also advanced to this weekend’s Class 3A Barrington Sectional from the Warren Regional on Feb. 3. Durbin (33-7) finished runnerup to Deerfield’s Brock Emmerich, and Duggan lost to Warren junior Sawyer Nash in another championship bout. Scouts junior T.J. Cottam (27-11) placed fourth at 138 pounds, missing a sectional berth by one spot. Highland Park High School: Giants senior Alex Rosenbloom captured the championship at 145 pounds and an automatic sectional berth at the Class 3A Warren Regional in Gurnee last weekend, improving to 30-2 overall with a 3-2 defeat of Warren senior Kelvin Cupay in the final. None of his teammates advanced to this weekend’s Barrington Sectional, with two (senior Martin Melchor, fourth place at 152; senior Sebastian Newman, fourth at 285) falling one win short of a qualifying berth on Feb. 3. THE NORTH SHORE WEEKEND


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There’s no ignoring Ignoffo Highland Park guard a threat to score from anywhere on the floor BY BILL MCLEAN SPORTS@DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

Don’t let Sydney Ignoffo’s serious basketball chops fool you. The high-scoring Highland Park High School junior guard has been known to lighten the mood at practices with her ability to cut a rug on hardwood. “I do love to dance,” the 5-foot-4 Ignoffo admits. “Hip-hop mostly. I like to have fun. Sometimes, though, I get in trouble when I dance too much.” Her shots — especially a trio of treys — shimmied the nets without the aid of any music at Vernon Hills High School on Feb. 2. Ignoffo poured in 13 of her team’s first 20 points and finished with a team-high 17 (her average this season, her third on varsity) in a 52-37 loss to the Cougars (16-9, 8-1 in the Central Suburban League North). “There’s a lot to like about Sydney’s game,” Giants senior point guard Kirby Bartelstein says. “Her shooting … it’s insane. As a point guard, it’s nice knowing I get to pass to an accurate shooter like Sydney. Her defense has improved, and her attitude, her competitiveness on the court, is contagious.”

One of two returning all-CSL North picks (with 6-1 sophomore Addie Budnik) this winter, Ignoffo established herself as a clutch performer in HP’s comeback victory over Glenbrook North last season. She had a hand — at both ends of the court — in a game-turning 10-0 run. “Big shots, making steals … Sydney was focused and productive late in that game for us,” Giants coach Jolie Bechtel recalls. “Right now she has one of the higher shooting percentages in our league; she can shoot well from just about anywhere on the court. She’s quick, gets her hands on the ball defensively. She’s gotten better defensively, and that’s primarily why she is a better player this season.” Ignoffo averages close to three assists and three steals per game for the Giants (11-14, 5-4 in CSL North play). Against VH last weekend she collected four steals and grabbed a pair of rebounds to go with her 17 points. She fell hard on her right (shooting) wrist while getting fouled early in the fourth quarter, before a tumbling Cougar landed just as hard on the base of Ignoffo’s right thumb. Ignoffo shook off the pain in her valuable mitt and made the ensuing two free throws. “To be a leader, for sure,” Ignoffo, a Full Package AAU player, says, referring to one of her HPHS roles this winter. “It’s also up to me to get open and to find open teammates.

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Highland Park High School’s Sydney Ignoffo drives to the basket during earlier action this season. PHOTOGRAPHY BY GEORGE PFOERTNER

Looking back at my freshman year, the older girls trusted me, and I trusted them. I don’t just get excited when I play; I like to cheer from our bench when others get to play. “A bench’s energy — a team has to have that,” she adds. “We had that going for us in that big win over Glenbrook North last year.” Ignoffo jumped for her first alley-oop pass in her driveway years ago. The passer? Mike Ignoffo, the dancer’s dad. “My dad always encouraged me to work on my shooting in my early years,” Ignoffo says. “He’s been great, totally supportive, like my mom (Lisa, with a background in volleyball) has.” The best part of basketball for Sydney Ignoffo? Not the wins. Not the points next to her name in the box score. Not the honors. “The relationships you develop through basketball,” says Ignoffo, who might consider teaching or coaching or doing both at a school someday. “There’s nothing better than making those in basketball. My teammates, they’re going to be my friends forever. The memories I’ve had? I’ll have those forever, too. “I also appreciate the lessons I’ve learned in this sport.”

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HP’s Tal, Harris hit milestones on same night BY KEVIN REITERMAN SPORTS@NORTHSHOREWEEKEND.COM

It was a basketball game — and a celebration — for Highland Park. Take a bow, Paul Harris. You too, Ziv Tal. Harris and Tal reached significant milestones in a home basketball game on Jan. 30, when the Giants raced past red-hot Lake Forest Academy 76-60. Harris collected his 300th career win as HP’s head coach. And Tal became the ninth player in school history to surpass 1,000 career points. The 6-foot-1, 190-pound senior guard, a three-year starter who came into the contest with 994 points, hit that magical mark right on the button by bombing in his first two shots of the game — a three-pointer from the left corner (with 7:18 left in the first quarter) and a threepointer from the top of the key (with 6:48 left in the first quarter). “It was the most fun game that I’ve played in,” said HP senior guard Daniel Michelon. “Seeing Ziv do that makes me so proud of him. And coach? “I’m real proud of him, too,” added Michelon, who popped in six three-pointers to finish with 22 points. After the game, Harris, a highly respected person and coach, was easily able to recall his very first win. “It was against Senn High School, during the 1999-2000 season,” he said. “We had started the season 0-7. “I remember celebrating at Nite ‘N Gale’s in Highwood,” Harris added. “Maybe, we’ll go there tonight.” The “Nite” definitely was a gala occasion for Tal. The kid, who wears blue shoes, came up with a red-letter performance. With ex-Giants — and Cornell University — star Chris Wroblewski in attendance, Tal hit a trey in each quarter and wound up with a game-high 28 points. Four of his seven threes came in the opening period. “I’m humbled to be able to do this for a basketball program like Highland Park’s,” said Tal, who is averaging 17 points per game this season. “I didn’t even think about it during my sophomore and junior years. “Then, I started getting closer and closer,” he added. “But Coach said not to focus on it.” Tal has joined an exclusive club. The school’s all-time scoring leaders include Fred Lind (1,383 points), Wroblewski (1,363), Joey Paul (1,304), Steven Borenstein (1,294), Brad Lind (1,263), Veltra Dawson (1,235), Peter Ledford (1.204) and Scott Smith (1,042). Harris’s 300 wins? A bit of a state secret. “I had no clue,” said Tal. “He didn’t tell us. “But what a great accomplishment,” the guard added. Harris, a humble man, was quick to credit his players, coaches and family.

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ROLLING TO 300: Highland Park High School head basketball coach Paul Harris, seen here in regional action last season, claimed his 300th career win on Jan. 30. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

“Winning 300 games means that I’ve been able to coach great players, great teams,” he said. “Players who have bought into what we’re doing. “It’s a program accomplishment,” Harris added. “I’ve had great varsity assistants [including his long-time first lieutenant, Ross Deutsch] and lower-level coaches who have [developed] players. And there’s been a lot of sacrifices by my family.” Part of HP’s banner night was being able to defeat a very good LFA squad, which came into the contest with a 15-7 record and a five-game winning streak. Both teams started the game in the hurry-up offense and pretty much stayed in it for 32 minutes. “I was pretty confident with us playing fast,” said Harris. “We’ve had some high-scoring games this season. “Our guys had the green light,” he added. “Fortunately, we were knocking down shots.” HP ended up with 16 three-pointers; LFA had 11. Like Tal, Michelon hit at least one three in each quarter. “It’s pretty crazy that Ziv and I combined for

50,” said Michelon. “Credit our teammates. They were looking for the hot shooters. And they kept finding us.” HP’s assist wizard was Tyler Gussis. The 6-1 senior guard/forward/center (pick one) finished the game with a piggy bank full of dimes, a team-high eight assists. “Tyler puts his teammates in great positions to make shots,” said Harris. “It helps shooters when passes are right on the money.” The Caxys, who drilled 13 three-pointers in their 85-60 victory over Monmouth-Roseville on Jan. 27, also are pretty good at setting up their shooters. Freshman Brandon Weston hit four threes and ended up with 25 points. Senior guard Matey Juric scored from beyond the arc three times and wound up with 16 points to go along with seven rebounds and six assists. Notable: Highland Park defeated visiting Vernon Hills 49-28 on Feb. 2 to improve its record to 13-8 overall and 7-1 in the CSL North. Ziv Tal paced the Giants with 17 points. Jonny Koenig helped out with eight points and four assists.

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TAL GRANDE: Ziv Tal of the Giants fires up a shot in the team’s win over Lake Forest Academy on Jan. 30. Tal tallied 28 points in the game and became the ninth player in school history to surpass 1,000 career points. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER THE NORTH SHORE WEEKEND


SPORTS

BY KEVIN REITERMAN SPORTS@DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

Wrestling is a split-second kind of sport. You’ve always got to be in a ready position. Seven weeks ago, at the Rus Erb Tournament at Glenbrook South, senior Sean Cloherty was preparing for a championship match at 145 pounds. Just then, his cell phone rang. It was a U.S. Marine Corps major. The major had some major news for the Loyola Academy wrestler It went something like this: We want to offer you a Marine Corps Reserve Training Corps (ROTC) scholarship. Cloherty busted out a smile. And then, he reached for his headgear. Time to wrestle. “Getting that call [right then] was pretty amazing,” said Cloherty, who was facing Wheeling’s John Smith that day. “I was riding on that [full ride] scholarship.” Moving at a fast pace? That’s how Cloherty rolls. He’s energetic, uniquely inventive and wildly entertaining — when he enters the circle. “Sean went into the match [against Smith] flying high,” said LA head coach Joe Haney. Maybe, just maybe, a little too revved up. Smith, a very good wrestler in his own right, took

the upper hand early. And before long, Cloherty found himself in a messy situation. “He was down 10-0 before he wiggled himself out of trouble,” said Haney. And then? “And then he ends up pinning the guy,” the LA coach added. Pure Sean Cloherty. He’s Tom Brady in a singlet. Like the New England Patriots quarterback, he’s a master at turning the tables. “My coaches and I talk about this all the time,” said Haney. “Sean is never out of a match. Down by 12 points? He’s still got a chance. He can pin anyone at any time. “Equivalent to a boxer, he can knock you out with one punch,” Haney added. There’s plenty to back up Haney’s claims. Cloherty has put together a stellar career with the Ramblers. He owns the school’s all-time wins record (109) and all-time pins record (76). He also owns LA’s record for pins in a single season (26 during the 2015-16 season). Even on a self-proclaimed off day, Cloherty can be pretty good. He earned a berth to this weekend’s Class 3A Barrington Sectional after beating Prospect’s William Mikes 6-3 in the decisive third-place match at 145 pounds. “I thought I wrestled pretty bad today,” said Cloherty, who has pinned 24 foes this season, including Hersey’s Nick Allen in the regional quarterfinals.

KNIGHT FALL: Loyola Academy’s Sean Cloherty (right) works against Prospect’s William Mikes in the 145-pound third-place match at the Glenbrook South Regional. He will attend The Citadel on a ROTC scholarship. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

His heart-breaking match at the regional was actually … a rematch. He lost 5-3 to Wheeling’s John Smith in the semifinal round. His third-place match? Kind of dull. At least, that’s how Cloherty described it. “A slow match,” he said. “Normally, I’m high intensity. Constantly making moves. “Fortunately, I was able to pull through.” Cloherty, who took second place in the Chicago Catholic League tournament last month, also was a sectional qualifier as a sophomore, while he missed last year’s regional due to an ankle injury.

Meanwhile, growing up in a patriotic family, Cloherty’s love for country is indisputable. Inarguable. His great grandfather, William Vance Jones, was part of the famed Carlson’s Raiders during World War II. The great patriots — marines — in his life are his role models: his dad, Karl; his uncle, Jason; and his grandfather, Karl Sr. “Growing up the way I did, you value freedom,” said Cloherty. “I love my country.” Thus, Cloherty can hardly wait to put his boots on the ground at The Citadel.

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S U N D AY B R E A K FA S T

Innkeeper all in at Deer Path Inn BY BILL MCLEAN ILLUSTRATION BY BARRY BLITT

Matt Barba dresses neater than a plebe’s made bed on Inspection Day. Dressed to the nines? The innkeeper at Deer Path Inn in Lake Forest is dressed to … a number in double figures. His sharp sports coat looks onehour old on the day we meet for breakfast at his home (Deer Path Inn) away f rom his home in Skokie, and his perfectly tied tie in f ront of his pressed shirt is Windsor Knot Hall of Fame material. “I hope to be here for the long haul; I hope to be here for as long as they’ll have me,” Barba, 41, says ahead of his order of Eggs Benedict in the Inn’s stunning Garden Room. “I love it here. It doesn’t feel like work to me, even on the days — most of my work days — when I’m here f rom 8 a.m. until 10 p.m. “A guest told me recently, ‘As soon as I enter the Deer Path Inn, I feel warmth, and I feel like I’m receiving a hug.’ ” Hugs and Kisses Day, or Valentine’s Day, falls on a Wednesday this year, meaning Barba and his attentive staff of 125 have been prepared for months for a packed 57-room Deer Path Inn on the weekend before and after February 14. “A good year to spread the love,” a smiling Barba says cleverly, adding couples will be treated t o a l o ve - t h e m e d napkin fold and a special pastr y for dessert in The English Room and edible love letters (shortbread) on nightstands in the rooms. Barba — formerly the regional director of operations of Charlestowne Hotels, the Deer Path Inn’s management firm — relocated f rom Charleston, South Carolina, to the North Shore area to guide Deer Path Inn’s extensive interior renovation nearly three years ago. It was supposed to be a 15-month project; resourceful workers completed it in 11 months. On December 5, 2015, folks entered the Deer Path Inn (es-

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tablished in 1929) on Illinois Road and celebrated the striking enhancements as enthusiastically as they celebrated the familiar, seemingly untouched qualities that regulars had associated with the Deer Path Inn for decades. The rooms reopened less than a month later. “ The most meaningful part of the renovation was our plan, our vision, to make it new again while preserving the best parts of its past,” Barba says. “I fell in love with the team we had here, and that ’s why I’m happy to be in the position I am in today.” Less than a year after the facelift inside, Deer Path Inn received Four Diamond recognition f rom AAA, and the Distinguished Restaurants of North America (DiRoNA) designated The English Room with its Achievement of Distinction in Dining Award in 2017. Barba, the son of Pasquale (who has eight brothers and sisters, all of whom still live in Italy) and Louisa, grew up on Long Island in New York and attended Holy Trinity High School in Hicksville. “Hicksville was anything but a hick town,” say B a r b a , w h o s e father met his

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future wife when he worked in a pizzeria and ended up as a foreman of a welding shop at the United Nations. Louisa became a vice president of customer service at a bank. Both are retired. “One of my favorite teachers in New York

A guest told me recently, ‘As soon as I enter the Deer Path Inn, I feel warmth, and I feel like I’m receiving a hug.’

was my seventh-grade nun,” Barba adds. “Sister McLaughlin, the cool nun. She related well to students; she was genuinely interested in her students and their lives. I considered her a resource; we all did.” At the age of 14, Barba landed a job with a local McDonald’s, working the register on weekends. Within five years he became an assistant store manager. The fast food giant flew Barba to its training facility in Oak Brook, Hamburger University. “My introduction to food and beverage,” says Barba, who later enrolled in the Disney College management program in Orlando, Florida, and earned his hospitality and international tourism degree at New York Institute of Technology-Manhattan. “That first year with McDonald’s, being too young to work in the grill area … It was a funny feeling being on the other side of the counter and experiencing all of those familiar sights and scents.” In his early 20s he completed stints at hotel f ront desks and served hotels as director of guest services. Barba worked at the Garden City Hotel in New York and at Waldorf Astoria New York. “I was surrounded by older employees at classy, iconic hotels in the industry,” Barba says. “That elevated my maturity. I was fortunate to have been given the opportunities to work with dedicated, knowledgeable professionals. It prepared me for things later in life.” Deer Path Inn is located at 255 E. Illinois Road in Lake Forest; (847) 234-2280.

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The North Shore Weekend East, Issue 279  

The North Shore Weekend East Zone is published every week and features the news and personalities of Wilmette, Kenilworth, Winnetka, Northfi...

The North Shore Weekend East, Issue 279  

The North Shore Weekend East Zone is published every week and features the news and personalities of Wilmette, Kenilworth, Winnetka, Northfi...