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Lake Bluff Nears Final OK on Short-term Rentals BY STEVE SADIN DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

A two-year trial program allowing short-term rental of residential real estate with significant restrictions is about to become law in Lake Bluff. Village President Kathy O’Hara’s yes vote broke a 3-3 tie among the Village Board of Trustees April 9 at Village Hall, resulting in a 4-3 approval for an issue that has divided the community for more than a year. The board’s action was the first reading of the ordinance. A final vote on the second reading will be held at 7 p.m. April 23 at Village Hall. Village Administrator Drew Irvin said O’Hara and the trustees can change their vote at that time. Joining O’Hara were Trustees Mark Dewart, Eric Grenier and Paul Lemieux while Trustees Barbara Ankenmann, William Meyer and Aaron Towle voted against the ordinance. The vote disregarded a March 19 negative recommendation from the Plan Commission & Zoning Board of Appeals. That vote was 4-3 the other way. Under the provisions of the new ordinance, the owner of a home with five or fewer guest rooms may rent it out for at least two and no more than 30 days. Some of the restrictions on STRs include: • The property must be the owner’s primary residence • The person must reside there for 275 days but not during the rental period • STRs are limited to 45 rental days or 15 stays, whichever occurs first

WAIT UNTIL WHEN? WINNETKA PARENTS EXPLORE SMARTPHONE PLEDGE BY EMILY SPECTRE DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

For many parents, the question of when is the right time to buy a smartphone for their child is difficult to answer. With the average age of 10 years old for receiving a smartphone, many parents feel pressure to buy their child a smartphone when the child is in elementary school. But some parents in Winnetka are challenging the idea that young children should be given a smartphone. Kristen Hagan, a mother of three girls ages 2, 6 and 9, was concerned when she realized that children only a year older than her daughter at Crow Island Elementary School were being given phones. “In the last year I heard more and more about kids getting phones. While it seemed far away (for my daughter), I realized that it is not that far, and I began to think about all of the implications that came with that responsibility,” Hagan told DailyNorthShore. But when Hagan heard about a new movement called Wait Until 8th, she realized there may be an opportunity to change the conversation. Wait Until 8th was launched in the spring of 2017 by Brooke Shannon and a group of Austin, Texas parents, to create a supportive network of parents who pledge to wait until 14 years old, or 8th grade, to give his or her child a smartphone. According to the website, one person signs a pledge not to give their child a smartphone, and when 10 families from the same grade have also Continued on PG 10

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“It’s now or never. We need to shift what’s normal, acceptable and expected, and shift it to what we want it to be,” said Winnetka resident Kristen Hagan about buying smart phones for children.

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NEWS 10 the tobacco age

You now must be 21 to purchase cigarettes in Wilmette.

14 brain matters

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NEWS SMARTPHONES Cont. from PG 1 taken the pledge, the pledge takes effect. So far, Hagan said several families have signed up from Crow Island, and she is hopeful as word spreads that they’ll have 10 families pledging from each grade. “I am not the only one who has this agenda,” she said, noting the positive response she has received so far. While Hagan admits she has never been a community organizer, she believes the Wait Until 8th movement has potential to change the way parents think about smartphones.“It’s now or never. We need to shift what’s normal, acceptable and expected, and shift it to what we want it to be,” Hagan said. Hagan has been in touch with another North Shore mom who is organizing a similar effort at Greeley Elementary School in Winnetka. She plans to host social events around the cause to create a supportive environment for families. While Hagan sees Wait Until 8th as a potential game changer, Dr. Devorah Heitner, author of Screenwise: Helping Kids Thrive (and Survive) in Their Digital World, and founder of Raising Digital Natives, cautions that the focus should be less on the age of a child, and more on mentoring a child on how to responsibly use a smartphone. “I don’t think there is a good age or a bad age to provide a smartphone. It depends on your family and mentorship,”Dr. Heitner told DailyNorthShore. She noted that handing a phone to an 8th grader without appropriate mentoring and support won’t get good results. Dr. Heitner also pointed out that many young chil-

dren have access to devices, such as tablets, that have all the same capabilities as smartphones. “I think Wait Until 8th is not a be all and end all solution. I think people are looking for one because it is so hard and overwhelming,” Dr. Heitner said. Dr. Heitner believes that whenever parents decide to give their child a tablet or smartphone, they need to mentor their child so that they develop healthy behaviors, such as charging a device away from their bedroom at night, or remembering the human element before sending a text. Lake Bluff dad Jim Wicks agrees. “The cork is out of the bottle,” said Wicks, a cell phone designer who worked as head of design for Motorola Mobility.“I feel that limiting where it is used in the home and what hours it can be used is critical in the formative years. Specifically no phones and computers in the bedroom at night past a specific time. No exceptions. That’s one tactic, and I’m sure there are others.” Dr. Heitner noted that Wait Until 8th could be effective as part of a larger conversation about how parents can support their children when they decide to give them a smartphone. But the movement seems to gaining momentum. Brooke Shannon noted in a blog post dated December 12, 2017, that over 6,000 families from all 50 states have signed the pledge. Like many other parents who have decided to take the pledge across the country, Hagen expressed optimism that the movement would at least make people think twice before buying their child a smartphone. “I am excited. I think there is a lot of positive moment and it is all in the name of good,” Hagan said.

Wilmette Hikes Tobacco Minimum Age to 21 BY EMILY SPECTRE DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

by the village board, near 25 percent of smokers in the Midwest are under 18 years old. More importantly, 90 percent of those who provide tobacco to underage people are under the age of 21. Plunkett, who serves on the Judiciary Committee that recommended the ordinance, was described by President Bob Bielinski as a champion of the change. Plunkett noted the board received unequivocal support of the ordinance. “We had no push back, we only had support. This may have been one of the easiest things that the village board handled over the last couple of years,” Plunkett said. Until state legislators decide to act, Plunkett encouraged neighboring communities to join Wilmette and consider raising the minimum age to 21.

The minimum age to purchase tobacco in Wilmette has increased from 18 to 21. The village board unanimously approved an ordinance by consent at its meeting on March 13, joining 13 other Cook County municipalities including Chicago, Evanston, Highland Park and Deerfield. Since Chicago increased the minimum age in July 2016, the percentage of Chicago residents ages 18 to 20 who reported using cigarettes or e-cigarettes fell from 15.2 percent in 2015 to 9.7 percent in 2016, the Chicago Tribune reported. Village officials are hopeful the new ordinance will have a similar effect. “In doing this we are hopeful Wilmette can join other communities in making a meaningful impact,” Trustee Senta Plunkett said. While Wilmette regulates the sale of tobacco, the state has authority over the possession of tobacco. Currently, state legislators are considering increasing the state minimum age to 18 as well. In Wilmette, 14 businesses — ranging from gas stations and convenience stores to the golf course and a dedicated tobacco and cigar store on Skokie Boulevard — sell tobacco. According to studies cited You now must be 21 to buy cigarettes in Wilmette.

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Saying I Do DEERFIELD NATIVE OPENS BRIDAL GOWN SALON IN HIGHLAND PARK BY JULIE KEMP PICK DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

For Simply Luxe Bridal Boutique owner Susan Samway, it seems like only yesterday that she played dress-up with her mom’s 1971 maroon velvet turtleneck wedding gown. Shortly after, Samway cut her sewing teeth by creating fashions for her Barbie dolls, which she proudly still owns. Samway turned her playtime dreams into a reality by opening Simply Luxe Bridal Boutique in Algonquin in 2014, and the Deerfield native expanded her business by opening a second location in Highland Park at 643 Central Avenue, on the site that previously housed Jolie Maison. “We wanted to bring the Simply Luxe vibe to the North Shore,”said Samway.“I’m not denying there are some beautiful shops in the city, but it’s nice to have something in Highland Park.” Samway said now more brides are coming home for the weekend to visit their moms for a shopping outing in the suburbs. “We’re slightly less expensive than some of the downtown stores,” she added. Samway explained that some of the stores in the city go up to $14,000 or $15,000 and currently the most expensive bridal gown at Simply Luxe is about $8,000. Most of the gowns at Simply Luxe range between $2,500 and $5,500. Prices start at about $1,500. Samway described some of the current trends in bridal gowns: • Full-length sleeves became popular at Princess Kate and Prince William’s wedding. A fine Chantilly lace sleeve will be shown for spring and summer. • Slits are stylish whether they’re in the center of the gown or along the side. • Cut-outs are being shown with lace placement over it for some modesty. • V-necks and open backs are a continued trend, as well as a return of the ball gown Many Simply Luxe brides wear veils. “There’s something about a veil that really completes the look, and there’s something about a little sparkle touching your hair or a statement earring, because a lot of our brides have 200 or 300 guests at their wedding and we want to make sure that she sparkles from afar,” said Samway. “Everywhere the bride turns, half of her guests are going to see her from the back, so accessorizing really does differentiate one bride from another.” Simply Luxe carries a curated collection of international and domestic designers. Some of the designers include: Pronovias which is sold in more than 100 countries; Martina Liana from Australia, who also has an office in Kansas City; Rosa Clara and Rosa Clara Couture out of Barcelona; and Matthew Christopher of New York. Samway is excited that Simply Luxe has Chicago exclusivity with Allison Webb, a new designer from JLM. JLM is the home of Hayley Paige, who has her own show on TLC. But brides don’t have to settle on only one dress. Morgan Grimshaw, director of operations, told DailyNorthShore about a former figure skater who will wear three-looks-in-one on her wedding day. “The bride has a very elaborate first dance where she’s getting flipped, so one of our designers is having the bodice of the gown made into a custom body suit where the beaded lace goes all the way around and covers everything,” said Grimshaw.The bride will be wearing a short chiffon skirt over it, and when she gets flipped her guests will see the gown and sparkling crystals. After

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the dance, she can switch from the short chiffon skirt into a full-length ball gown skirt for the remainder of the reception. For brides interested in minor modifications, Simply Luxe can change the neckline, the sleeves and make many other custom changes. “When a bride wants her own custom gown she understands the value,”said Samway.“My background is in design so I can sketch them out before the bride has to make that huge commitment.” Samway tells brides to order their gowns about nine months before the wedding. “It takes four to six months for a standard bridal gown to come in, and any customization takes longer,” said Samway.“You want to have time for shipping and time to breathe between getting the dress in and starting alterations.” Alterations take between eight and 12 weeks. Samway can also accommodate brides with shorter engagements with showroom sample gowns, or choosing a custom design for an additional fee. The quality of service also ranges from simple to luxe based on the bride’s wishes. Samway said although Simply Luxe serves champagne to every bride, brides interested in having a Luxe Appointment will receive a full mimosa bar, a choice between sweet treats or savory bites and a bouquet in the bride’s wedding colors from a local florist.The Luxe Appointment is offered after business hours for an additional fee. Simply Luxe has received many requests for mother-of-the-bride and evening dresses at the Highland Park boutique, and Samway has been investigating possibilities. She added that the Algonquin location carries bridesmaids dresses, which can be brought into the North Shore location. Samway’s fairytale continued when she met her husband during a fashion internship in Australia. “I opened the store in Algonquin, he moved to the U.S., and we got married all within one month in October of 2014,” she said. The couple’s baby boy just turned nine-months-old. “We’re balancing expansion and growth for Simply Luxe Bridal and baby life,” said Samway. Simply Luxe Bridal Boutique is located at 643 Central Avenue in Highland Park. For more information visit simplyluxebridal.com or call: 224-241-8115. THE NORTH SHORE WEEKEND


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K-9s Teach Kids Reading Tricks BY JULIE KEMP PICK DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

When a first grade boy on the autism spectrum began reading to a German Shepard from K-9 Reading Buddies, he went from barely whispering to eventually becoming a more confident reader. After he aged out of the program in fifth grade, he asked to come back as a youth volunteer to help other kids by assisting adults in running the library programs. This is one of many success stories from K-9 Reading Buddies of the North Shore, which will host the K9 Pup Strut & Expo on May 5 at Sunset Woods in Highland Park. “The goal of the K9 Pup Strut & Expo is to create awareness of registered therapy dogs on the North Shore that make a difference for children from preschool to high school,” said Carole Yuster, executive director and founder. K-9 Reading Buddies of the North Shore is celebrating 10 years as a non-profit, and it would like to expand its services beyond the North Shore. Yuster explained how K-9 Reading Buddies assist K-9 Reading Buddies of the North Shore helps children learn to read. children in reading: “Just being in the same room as the dog reduces anxiety and lowers blood pressure,” she the student,” said Yuster. “It relaxes them and creates Yuster explained that teachers identify children said. “When you do pet the dog your oxytocin level an experience that motivates children to want to read.’ reading below the 25 percentile who may have social Yuster added that animal-assisted activity involves or emotional issues, and those children are invited to goes up and it begins to relax you.” Yuster said when a therapy dog is paired with a child partnering with teachers for goal setting and document- read to a K-9 Reading Buddy after the parents sign a permission slip. who is a struggling reader, it reduces anxiety, lowers ing with children from first through eighth grade. Teens work as “handlers” and will see the same stuIn addition, K-9 Reading Buddies reads to kids in blood pressure and calms the child down. This makes the child feel more comfortable reading, and depending pre-school and does presentations in kindergarten to dents throughout the school year for 20 minutes each on the age of the child, the dog handler will use the dog teach students how to safely approach a dog. session.The K-9s are typically onsite for no longer than as a “production tool.” The non-profit organization recently brought in eight an hour whether they’re at school or libraries. K-9 Reading Buddies also matches their dogs with This means if the child can’t comprehend the reading new therapy dog teams and held training at Highwood material, the dog handler will ask the child to explain Library. The buddies include every breed from little children located in seven different North Shore libraries. Yuster said when kids pre-register to read to a K-9 it to the dog. Likewise, if a child doesn’t understand Morkies and Bichons to 150-pound Leonbergers. “Our tagline is a reading buddy of a different breed Reading Buddy, they receive fun takeaways along with what a word means, the dog handler will suggest looking the word up, so the child can help the therapy dog learn and it’s literal,” said Yuster. “We have a variety of breeds the thrill of reading to a dog. “We do see a progression in test scores and support a new word. that are wonderful dogs with great temperaments.” “Then the child becomes the teacher and the dog K-9 Reading Buddies are available at several North existing literacy programs,” said Yuster. “We motivate becomes the student and it takes the focus away from Shore schools and libraries. kids to read and when kids want to read they read more

often, which helps them become stronger readers.” Yuster hopes to attract more volunteers comprised of mentors, youth volunteers and library services coordinators at the K9 Pup Strut & Expo. “The point of the Expo is to create something that hasn’t existed on the North Shore by bringing together the dog-loving community, the academic community, and the social and emotional health community all in one place to share information,” said Yuster. “People can register online for a one-mile walk in Sunset Woods with or without a dog, which is the fundraising portion that helps K-9 Reading Buddies grow.” The free Expo will feature a tent where kids can line up to read dog-themed books from Glencoe and Highland Park Libraries to two K-9 Reading Buddies every hour from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. A photographer will be taking photos of the kids’ reading to their K-9 Reading Buddies. Additionally, Nancy Gee, author of  The Secret Room, published by MacKenzie Press (November 1, 2017), will be giving away 100 books during a book launch.The book is especially fitting, as it’s about library dogs. Some other events will include: • Q & A with Dennis Hill, an internationally known dog trainer seen on PBS who is “force free” and doesn’t train with treats • Amazing dog tricks with Robin’s Dog Stars • Dog rescues • A best dog costume contest • A dog owner look-alike contest and raffles “One out of two houses in Highland Park have at least one dog and the Expo will be a great opportunity for families to learn about all of the resources that are available,” said Yuster. “But it’s not just limited to people with dogs, it’s for everybody.” The K9 Pup Strut & Expo hosted by K-9 Reading Buddies, in partnership with the Park District of Highland Park and Amdur Productions, will be held on Saturday, May 5 at Sunset Woods in Highland Park from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information visit: k9readingbuddies.org.

RENTALS Cont. from PG 1 • STRs must be registered with the village • The annual registration fee is $250 • Short-term rentals will be taxed in accordance with the village’s home rule hotel tax If the board takes no affirmative action to make the ordinance permanent, it will expire in two years. Before the trustees voted on the ordinance, 18 members of the public in a crowd of more than 60 spoke. Of those, 13 expressed their opposition while five said they wanted to see the program initiated.Those opposed said the practice will lower property values and alter the character of the community. Those who want to see short-term rentals said it can provide places for family guests to stay when they visit. After several meetings of both the PCZBA and the board, including a lengthy Committee of the Whole meeting on January 27, O’Hara said there was a paucity of facts showing either why short-term rentals should be allowed or the practice should be banned. Before the issue became a community discussion about a year ago, O’Hara said there were short-term rentals in the village and no problems were reported. Then community feelings boiled over on both sides, the village put a temporary halt to the practice and Lake Bluff officials began to deliberate next steps. “There are really no facts to substantiate the claims of either side,” said O’Hara. “This began as a quarrel between two neighbors who shared a driveway. I look THE NORTH SHORE WEEKEND

to our neighbor to the south where Lake Forest has short-term rental without any regulation.” Meyer said one of the reasons he voted against the ordinance is because he was concerned about property values. He said when residents believe the value of their homes will drop if located near a short-term rental he has no reason to doubt them. Grenier said he studied what may happen to property values as best as he could. He said he talked to real estate professionals who told him living near a shortterm rental should not adversely impact value. He also expressed hope it will help local merchants. He said there are ordinances to prevent abuses. “We have exact laws to address public nuisances,” Grenier said. A popular theme from opponents of the ordinance was asking the trustees to set a referendum of the voters to gauge public opinion. O’Hara rejected the idea because she felt it would be an abrogation of the responsibility entrusted to her and the trustees by the voters. Lemieux also opposed a referendum but had a suggestion to those who want one. He said they can circulate petitions to place it on the ballot. He said a little more than 200 signatures is sufficient. Julie Atsbury Capps, one of the members of the public who spoke, said more 300 people signed a petition asking the board to ban short-term rentals. SATURDAY APRIL 14 | SUNDAY APRIL 15 2018 |

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NEWS

‘Brain Matters’ Focuses on Alzheimer’s BY JULIE KEMP PICK DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

The 22nd annual Myra Rubenstein Weis Benefit Luncheon on May 2 at the Highland Park Country Club will explore “Brain Matters” by providing steps to improve and prevent the risks associated with Alzheimer’s disease. “Alzheimer’s disease is a very prevalent disorder that affects one in five women during their lifetime and one in 10 men,” said Dr. Demetrius Maraganore, medical director at NorthShore Neurological Institute, chairman of Neurology and director at the Center for Brain Health.  “It’s a very common disorder and traditionally our health systems ignore that risk and wait for a person to age and become symptomatic with the early signs of Alzheimer’s, which include memory loss, some difficulties with word finding and reasoning and making good decisions.” Dr. Maraganore explained that there are more than 20 modifiable risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease that can be easily obtained from a patient’s medical records. There are genetic markers that indicate who in the population carries the highest risk for the disease. Based on a person’s health status and risk factor profile, doctors can develop treatment interventions that are personalized to lower a patient’s risk for dementia. “We have evidence that we can lower the rate of Alzheimer’s disease by at least 50 to 60 percent by focusing on modifiable risk factors and by incorporating various lifestyle behavioral changes that improve brain health,” said Dr. Maraganore. Dr. Maraganore believes that brain health can be improved at any age. He said if you take people in their 60s and 70s with cardio vascular risks, diabetes or hypertension, and randomize them with vigorous aerobic exercise, over time they will perform better on cognitive tests. Similarly, people in that age group who follow a Mediterranean Diet have a 50 percent lower risk for dementia. Patients who have been tested annually over six years have found a steady improvement in cognitive function. “I want to emphasize that it’s never too late, and it’s never too early,” said Dr. Maraganore. “By looking

individual’s genetic type for the APOE gene. “About 75 percent of the population is at low risk for Alzheimer’s, 20 percent fall in the moderate risk range and five percent fall in the highest risk range,” said Dr. Maraganore. “The people who carry one or two copies of the high risk variant of the APOE gene could benefit from that knowledge.” Dr. Maraganore encourages everyone to check with their primary care physicians to evaluate what their health risk factors are. “We developed the Brain Health Quiz, which identifies 23 different items that are associated with Alzheimer’s risk, and it can be administered on our Brain Health website,” he said. “If patients answer ‘yes’ to two or more of the questions, they’re probably at greater risk for Alzheimer’s and at the very least would benefit from seeing a neurologist with a special interest in preventing Alzheimer’s, like our Brain Health Center.” He added that individuals with a parent, brother or sister with Alzheimer’s would be good candidates for the Brain Health Center, because there are “variances that account for genial clusters of Alzheimer’s” that can be tested in the clinic. For those who are apprehensive about taking the Brain Health Quiz, Dr. Maraganore said, “We’re not interested in fear mongering, but we are interested in empowering people with knowledge and opportunity. Having knowledge of the risks or Dr. Demetrius Maraganore PHOTOGRAPHY BY GEORGE PFOERTNER harms in your health or past health empowers us with the opportunity to take steps to preserve and at the brains of individuals who are genetically ranean Diet beginning in elementary schools,” said improve health which is the mission of NorthShore pre-disposed to Alzheimer’s disease in their 20s, Dr. Maraganore. He even recommends that women University Health System.” we can begin to see Alzheimer’s changes in their begin in pregnancy. The 22nd Annual MRW Benefit Luncheon will brains.” The Mediterranean Diet is rich in fruits, vege- be held on May 2 beginning with a 10:30 a.m. silent Dr. Maraganore, told DailyNorthShore that at- tables, whole grains, legumes and olive oil. It em- auction and lunch at 11 a.m. at the Highland Park tention to brain health needs to start in early child- phasizes proteins like fish and poultry over red meat. Country Club. hood, because kids learn how to eat from their And as a reward, “You can have a glass of red Event honoree Jesse Peterson Hall will comschools. If all of their classmates are eating Wonder wine a day to keep the nursing home away,” said memorate NorthShore Highland Park Hospital’s Bread, peanut butter and jelly and potato chips, Dr. Maraganore. 100th anniversary. they are learning from their peers to eat in a way Dr. Maraganore explained that a comprehensive Proceeds support the Living in the Future (LIFE) that will damage their brains as they age. The same neurological examination will determine whether Cancer Survivorship Program, including sponsoris true of hot lunches containing fried foods and someone has any cognitive or motor impairments ship of the MRW Cancer Survivorship Seminars. sugary desserts. that define the risk factors for dementia, which will “We need to engage schools to teach children serve as a guide in developing a treatment plan. For more information contact NorthShore Univerand parents about healthy eating with the MediterThere is also a simple blood test to assess an sity HealthSystem Foundation at 847-926-5003.

Winnetka Schools Seek Community Input BY EMILY SPECTRE DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

At the Winnetka School District 36 board of education’s first meeting after sharing three concepts that revamp the district’s facilities on March 20, board members’ discussion was focused on soliciting input from residents. “We are looking to the community to let us know as we go through this process what they value the most,” Kristen Hertel, board president, said. All three proposals would reduce the number of transitions for students within the district from two to one, as well as shift current attendance boundaries to adjust for the enrollment imbalance. But some of the more ambitious ideas also include shuttering schools or demolishing portions of The Skokie School

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or Carleton Washburne School. The core team — which is comprised of community members, administrators and staff members — will be meeting weekly after spring break to refine the options. “Our goal is to have this be a community plan at the end of the day,” Superintendent Trisha Kocanda said. Jason Lembke, of DLR Group, provided a brief presentation at the board meeting, as well as answered board members’ questions. The first iteration of a refined proposal will be presented at the April 24 board meeting, Lembke said. But he told board members not to expect “the answer,” rather DLR will share more choices or refined concepts than what was presented to the community on March 12. So far, the district has not provided residents with any costs associated with the concepts, an issue the board members raised. Lembke said some estimates will be provided at the April 24 meeting, but board

members should not expect “hard costs.” Board member Scott Conine noted the importance of providing some financial estimates, since he wanted to be sure that the community’s conversations were based in reality. Likewise, board member Dawn Livingston said some residents seemed to be making assumptions that some concepts were more costly than others, without knowing the true numbers. “It’s important that the community is having the right conversation,” Livingston said. So far, Superintendent Kocanda said many residents have said they value neighborhood schools and would like to see a kindergarten through fifth grade concept. While Lembke said anything is possible, transforming the neighborhood schools into kindergarten through fifth grade would require significant additions, and would also raise issues regarding land use and stormwater. He also noted that to maintain all five school buildings, and make each one future-ready,

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would potentially exceed the debt limit. Kocanda noted that one possibility would be to upgrade each school and implement some future-ready ideas. Board members also expressed the need to understand what the majority of residents want for school facilities. While Livingston noted she had heard from residents who value the neighborhood schools, she wondered how many residents were interested in a new, future-ready building. She also noted that some residents may not want to do anything at all, and would rather not spend more tax dollars on the school district. Moving forward, Kocanda said the district would continue to solicit community input through an online survey, meetings and a dedicated email address specifically for the facilities project. The community input received will be used by the core team and DLR Group to refine the concepts before the April 24 meeting. THE NORTH SHORE WEEKEND


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25. 26211 N. Farwell Road LAKE FOREST $1,795,000 Sunday 2-4pm Jean Royster, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

20. 1730 Wimbledon Court LAKE FOREST Sunday 12-3 $999,000 Jeff Folker, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.504.6182

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12. 990 W Deerpath Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 1 PM - 3 PM $699,999 Gus Karigan, @properties 847.432.0700

19. 1800 Amberley Court, Unit 111 LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $438,000 Mary Pat Lundgren, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.208.9049

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24. 1745 W. Newport LAKE FOREST $599,000 Sunday 1-3pm Stacey Marquis, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

18. 1834 Knollwood Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-4 $949,000 Rina Du Toit, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.814.8648

9. 195 Bradford Court LAKE BLUFF $669,000 Sunday 1-3 Jeannie Emmert, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

Everett Rd

11. 360 N Mayflower Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 12 PM - 2 PM $2,299,000 Andra O’Neill, @properties 847.295.0700

15. 320 Spruce Avenue LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $539,000 Jean Anderson/Donna Mancuso, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.347.8245

6. 223 E Scranton Avenue LAKE BLUFF Sunday 12 PM - 3 PM $615,000 Megan Jordan, @properties 847.295.0700

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23. 1350 N. Western #206 LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $295,000 Mary Jane Stutz, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855

14. 85 Niles Avenue LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $499,900 Dawn Wheldon, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.331.4989

5. 13 Warrington Drive LAKE BLUFF Sunday 1-3 $475,000 Dede Banks, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.542.0700

E Park Ave

10. 1088 Breckenridge LAKE FOREST $789,000 Sunday 11am-1pm Leslie Gleason, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

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41. 2600 Sheridan Rd. HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1:30-3 $849,000 Maureen Spriggs Coldwell Banker, Winnetka 847-446-4000 42. 601 Mulberry Place #2H HIGHLAND PARK $285,000 Sunday 1-3 Ann Bickmore, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-609-1421 43. 2068 Tanglewood Court HIGHLAND PARK $595,000 Sunday 2-4 The Max Group, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-922-4815 and 312-391-3170 44. 678 Lotus Place HIGHLAND PARK $899,000 Sunday 2-4 Michael Hope, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-323-9517 45. 991 Bob- O-Link Road HIGHLAND PARK $925,000 Sunday 1-3 The Max Group, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-922-4815 and 312-391-3170 46. 867 Broadview Avenue HIGHLAND PARK $1,100,000 Sunday 1-4 The CML Group, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-579-9214 47. 1034 Greenwood Avenue DEERFIELD Sunday 12 PM - 2 PM $775,000 Kathy Wilson, @properties 773.472.0200 48. 1285 Wincanton Drive DEERFIELD Sunday 1 PM - 3 PM $735,000 Wexler/Gault, @properties 847.432.0700 49. 1429 Wincanton Drive DEERFIELD $799,000 Sunday 1-4 Judy Weiss, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-494-7700 50. 1235 Laurel Avenue DEERFIELD Sunday 1-3 $579,500 Baird & Warner Debbie Bliwas Glickman 847-687-4332 51. 706 Gregg Road NORTHBROOK Sunday 1 PM - 3 PM $399,000 Beverly Smith, @properties 847.881.0200 52. 1251 Gateway Ct NORTHBROOK Friday, Saturday, And Sunday 10-4 $834,000 Karen Skurie & Pat Denenberg, Baird and Warner Karen: 847.361.4687 Pat: 847.644.5921 53. 2584 Chedworth Court NORTHBROOK Sunday 1 PM - 3 PM $799,000 Sharyl Fishbein, @properties 847.374.0200 54. 1289 Gateway Ct NORTHBROOK Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 10-4 $859,000 Karen Skurie & Pat Denenberg, Baird and Warner Karen: 847.361.4687 Pat: 847.644.5921 55. 1285 Shermer RD NORTHBROOK Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 10-4 $774,000 Karen Skurie & Pat Denenberg, Baird and Warner Karen: 847.361.4687 Pat: 847.644.5921 56. 1283 Gateway Ct NORTHBROOK Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 10-4 $799,000 Karen Skurie & Pat Denenberg, Baird and Warner Karen: 847.361.4687 Pat: 847.644.5921 57. 1281 Shermer Rd NORTHBROOK Friday, Saturday, Sunday 10-4 $599,000 Karen Skurie & Pat Denenberg, Baird and Warner Karen: 847.361.4687 Pat: 847.644.5921 58. 1269 Gateway Ct NORTHBROOK Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 10-4 $729,000 Karen Skurie & Pat Denenberg, Baird and Warner Karen: 847.361.4687 Pat: 847.644.5921

59. 1265 Gateway Ct NORTHBROOK Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 10-4 764,000 Karen Skurie & Pat Denenberg, Baird and Warner Karen: 847.361.4687 Pat: 847.644.5921 60. 1263 Shermer Rd NORTHBROOK Friday, saturday, and Sunday 10-4 $659,000 Karen Skurie & Pat Denenberg, Baird and Warner Karen: 847.361.4687 Pat: 847.644.5921 61. 748 Greenwood Ave. GLENCOE Sunday 1-3 $935,000 Pam McClamroch Coldwell Banker, Winnetka 847-446-4000 62. 77 Maple Hill Road GLENCOE Sunday 1 PM - 3 PM $2,150,000 Susan Segal, @properties 847.881.0200 63. 481 Oakdale Avenue GLENCOE Sunday 1-3 pm $1,049,000 Mary Ann Kollar, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff Realty Group 1-847-441-6300 64. 669 Dundee Road GLENCOE Sunday 1-3 pm $1,299, 900 Joe Nash, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Koenig Rubloff Realty Group 1-847-441-6300 65. 1855 Old Willow Rd. #322 NORTHFIELD Sunday 12-2 $545,000 Pam McClamroch Coldwell Banker, Winnetka 847-446-4000 66. 45 Meadowview Drive NORTHFIELD Sunday 1 PM - 3 PM $2,799,000 Lyn Flannery, @properties 847.881.0200 67. 32 Meadowview Dr. NORTHFIELD Sunday 1-3 $1,349,000 Anne West Coldwell Banker, Winnetka 847-446-4000 68. 316 Sheridan WINNETKA Sunday 1-3 $989,000 Florence Krieger, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855 69. 1020 Elm WINNETKA Sunday 12-2 $1,575,000 Alyson Tesar Coldwell Banker, Winnetka 847-446-4000

78. 876 Pine Street WINNETKA Sunday 12 PM - 2 PM $1,250,000 Brandie Malay, @properties 847.881.0200 79. 1236 Oak St. WINNETKA Sunday 2-4 $815,000 Patti Skirving Coldwell Banker, Winnetka 847-446-4000 80. 1045 Prairie Lawn Road GLENVIEW Sunday 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM $425,000 Kay Phillips, @properties 847.367.0500 81. 1550 Hawthorne Lane GLENVIEW Saturday 1-4 Sunday 11-3 $1,650,000 Beth Hager 847.323.3260 82. 651 Woodmere Lane GLENVIEW Sunday 1-3 $1,499,000 Beth Hager 847.323.3260 83. 417 Greenleaf WILMETTE Sunday 1-3 $499,000 Katie Hauser, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855 84. 2229 Crestview WILMETTE $945,000 Sunday 1-3 Carrie Healy, The Hudson Company 847-507-7666 85. 1002 Hibbard Road WILMETTE Sunday 3 PM - 4:30 PM $798,000 Lori Neuschel, @properties 847.881.0200 86. 1734 Forest Avenue WILMETTE Sunday 2:30 PM - 4 PM $1,199,000 Grant/Watson, @properties 847.881.0200 87. 203 5TH Street WILMETTE Sunday 2 PM - 4 PM $725,000 Couri/Nieman, @properties 847.881.0200 88. 816 Gregory WILMETTE $1,499,000 Sunday 2:15 - 4 Coco Harris, The Hudson Company 847-372-3324 89. 801 Ouilmette Lane WILMETTE Sunday 2-4 pm $1,145,000 Joe Nash, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Koenig Rubloff Realty Group 1-847-441-6300

70. 607 Provident WINNETKA $1,449,000 Sunday 1-3 Paige Dooley, The Hudson Company 847-609-0963

90. 842 Leyden Lane WILMETTE Sunday 1-4 $469,000 Debbie Guillod Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

71. 1234 Ash WINNETKA $1,029,000 Sunday 12-2 Joanne Hudson, The Hudson Company 847-971-5024

91. 3019 Indianwood Rd. WILMETTE Sunday 1-3 $740,000 Colleen Remsburg Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

72. 790 Heather WINNETKA $2,589,000 Sunday 2:15 - 4:15 Joanne Hudson, The Hudson Company 847-971-5024 73. 1359 Tower Road WINNETKA Sunday 11-1 pm $900,000 Joe Nash, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Koenig Rubloff Realty Group 1-847-441-6300

92. 1329 Elmwood WILMETTE Sunday 2:30-4:30 $1,035,000 Pam McClamroch Coldwell Banker, Winnetka 847-446-4000 93. 156 Oxford KENILWORTH 1-3 $1,450,000 The Skirving Team Coldwell Banker Patti 847-924-4119 Greg 847-863-3614

74. 1305 Forest Glen Drive South WINNETKA Sunday 12 PM - 2 PM $1,848,000 Bonnie Tripton, @properties 847.881.0200

94. 628 Abbotsford Road KENILWORTH Sunday 12 PM - 2 PM $1,497,000 Jeff Holcomb, @properties 847.763.0200

75. 529 Hawthorn WINNETKA $924,000 Sunday 12-2 Coco Harris, The Hudson Company 847-372-3324

95. 713 Maclean Avenue KENILWORTH Sunday 2:30 PM - 4 PM $949,000 Grant/Watson, @properties 847.881.0200

76. 144 Old Tree Bay WINNETKA $1,489,000 Sunday 2-4 Joanne Hudson, The Hudson Company 847-971-5024

96. 725 MACLEAN Avenue KENILWORTH Sunday 12 PM - 2 PM $949,000 Grant/Watson, @properties 847.881.0200

77. 1236 Oak WINNETKA 2-4:00 $815,000 The Skirving Team Coldwell Banker Patti 847-924-4119 Greg 847-863-3614

97. 721 Central EVANSTON 1-3:00 $1,695,000 The Skirving Team Coldwell Banker Patti 846-924-4119 Greg 847-863-3614

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Houses of the Week

Location: 322 Chestnut Street Winnetka, Illinois 60093 Size: 7 Bedrooms, 5.2 Bathrooms Price: $3,149,000

Location: 1742 N. Waukegan Road Lake Forest Size: 4 Beds/3 Baths Price: $624,000 NEW PRICE

Exceptional house hits all marks set on fabulous block steps to Crow, FCH, NSCD, town & train! Dramatic double atrium floating staircase entrance opens to sensational solarium glass ceiling great room with new stunning de Giulio kitchen 52’ custom cabinets. Heated 3-car garage leads to huge mudroom with powder room for kids headquarters. Gated entrance with Scott Byron landscaped yard with pergola & wrap around patio with hot tub. A grand home that is equally welcoming!

Well-sited home maximizes privacy, quiet, plus nature and garden views from every room. 2 Large master options -down and up, with updated baths and ample closetry! Bucolic, yet near shops, dining, nature preserves. Gracious, spacious, pristine, peaceful. Hidden Gem of Great LF Value. Finishable 23 x 14 rec area in basement. Superbly maintained and many new improvements, incl. windows, roof, counters, cabinetry and more!...Drive through the Knollwood Farm stone pillars and down the lane to this truly picture-perfect and enchanting home - with not a thing to do but move in and enjoy.

Exclusively Presented By: Jena Radnay @properties 847.881.0200 jradnay@atproperties.com

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Location: 492 Pleasant Ave , Highland Park, IL 60035 Size: 2+1 Bedrooms / 1 -1/2 Bathrooms Price: $449,000 Impeccably maintained and charming brick 2 story 2+1 bedroom / 1.1 bath home with over sized one car detached garage. Elegant arched doorways maintain the charm of the old, with updated amenities to enjoy the benefits of a newer home. Beautiful hardwood floors throughout, spacious living room with wood burning fireplace, formal dining room with a French door leading to a brick patio. Updated kitchen with granite counter tops and newer appliances,and pantry. Powder room and coat closet finish the first level. Upstairs features a lovely Master bedroom and 2nd bedroom with shared hall bath. The partially finished basement boasts laundry, studio area, recreation room with a gas fireplace and an office that could double as a 3rd bedroom. Exclusively Presented By: Mada Hitchmough, Baird & Warner 847.732.2970 mada.hitchmough@bairdwarner.com

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1875 OLD WILLOW ROAD, # 115 NORTHFIELD, ILLINOIS

3 BEDROOMS, 2.1 BATHS | $685,000 A rare offering of a traditional townhome on a park like setting. The home has 9’ ceilings, crown molding, hardwood floors, ceiling fans and plantation shutters or custom window treatments. The spacious rooms create a comfortable setting and a gourmet Kitchen allows for the finest cooking. This beautiful home is complete with the convenience of a garage entry with two parking spaces. It is a true must see!

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4 BED • 2.1 BATH • 490HAWTHORN.INFO • $1,199,999

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237 Walden Drive

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4 BED • 4 BATH • 237WALDEN.INFO • $871,000

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881 KIMBALL ROAD HIGHLAND PARK 5 bedroom/4.1 bath $1,675,000 881Kimball.info

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TED PICKUS Mobile: 847.417.0520 Office: 847.432.0700 tedpickus@atproperties.com atproperties.com

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999 N LAKE SHORE DRIVE, 3A CHICAGO 4 bedroom/4 bath $1,875,000 77MapleHill.info

open house, sunday april 15, 1-3pm new look with freshly painted woodwork

MARGARET BACZKOWSKI Mobile: 312.371.8379 Office: 312.337.0200 mb@mbluxurygroup.com mbluxurygroup.com

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1141 CHATFIELD ROAD WINNETKA 5 bedroom/5.1 bath $1,699,000 1141Chatfield.info

open house, sunday april 15, 1-3pm

1169 CHATFIELD ROAD WINNETKA 6 bedroom/5.1 bath $2,145,000 1169Chatfield.info

open house, sunday april 15, 1-3pm

CHERYL CHAMBERS Mobile: 847.977.3924 Office: 847.881.0200 cheryl@atproperties.com atproperties.com

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1311 FOREST GLEN DRIVE SOUTH WINNETKA 3 bedroom/3.1 bath $1,195,000 1234anywhere.info

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365 LINDEN STREET WINNETKA 5 bedroom/4.1 bath $1,595,000 365Linden.info

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122 WILDWOOD ROAD LAKE FOREST 5 bedroom/4 bath $639,000 122WildwoodRd.info

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3556 WESTERN AVENUE HIGHLAND PARK 6 residential & 2 commercial spaces $2,400,000 3556WesternAve.info

mixed use residential

JOANNA KOPERSKI Mobile: 847.668.0096 Office: 847.295.0700 jkoperski@atproperties.com atproperties.com

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45 MEADOWVIEW DRIVE NORTHFIELD 6 bedroom/6.2 bath $2,799,000 45Meadowview.info

open house, sunday april 15, 1-3pm 1 acre & low taxes

LYN FLANNERY Mobile: 847.338.2753 Office: 847.881.0200 lynflannery@atproperties.com atproperties.com

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77 MAPLE HILL ROAD GLENCOE 5 bedroom/6.1 bath $2,150,000 77MapleHill.info

open house, sunday april 15, 1-3pm new look with freshly painted woodwork

SUSAN RINGEL SEGAL Mobile: 847.542.5747 Office: 847.881.0200 ssegal@atproperties.com atproperties.com

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25 MEADOWOOD LANE NORTHFIELD 7 bedroom/6.3 bath $3,999,000 25MeadowoodLn.info

open house, sunday april 15, 1-3pm 1 acre & low taxes

AMY ZERN Mobile: 847.772.0128 Office: 847.881.0200 amyzern@atproperties.com atproperties.com

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Hoarse force New Trier spikers gallop to wins behind vocal, animated D’Attomo BY BILL MCLEAN SPORTS@NORTHSHOREWEEKEND.COM

The loudest guy on the volleyball court stood a few feet from it, following a recent match. Joe D’Attomo’s voice? Hoarse, of course. “I like to provide energy any way I can, for sure,” rasped one of New Trier’s 6-foot-6 senior middle hitters (the other is James Snyder) after a pool-play match at the two-day Warren Tournament in Gurnee on April 6. “I love to amp up my teammates with my voice.” His play near the net — a clamorous kill here, or a raucous block there — elicits a similar result. The 205-pound D’Attomo capped NT’s 25-12, 25-23 defeat of Riverside-Brookfield with a pair of resounding kills in a Warren Tourney opener. The Trevians remained jacked for the rest of the

he’s more consistent, for sure,” said Snyder, who finished with 15 kills, three aces and a team-best 12 blocks last weekend. “He hits hard. Plus he’s quick, so quick. Joe is good at seeing the block [defensive schemes] and hitting around them. I get him a couple of times in practice; be sure to include that, OK? We’re a couple of guys who love to compete, love to win, even in practice. But it’s special, being able to go against a highly competitive Division I player like Joe.” D’Attomo’s mother, Betsy Weil, was a 5-10 middle hitter in her competitive volleyball days in Iowa. Today? “The greatest woman I know,” says D’Attomo, who is interested in studying sports management and would love nothing more than to work in either the front office of the Chicago Bulls or the Chicago Cubs someday. “My mom pushes me every day, encourages me, supports me. She’s right, always right. “And my mom makes the greatest chocolate chip cookies.” Her son makes a mean plate of loaded quesadillas — when he isn’t wolfing down his favorite fare, pizza. Among D’Attomo’s other rousing pastimes are animated games of spikeball with friends on the beach and hanging out with his peppy puppy, Lucy. “Lucy,” he says, “is very energetic, always energetic. Like me.” One loves to go for walks, take long naps and slurp water from a bowl. The other loves to bark.

“His reaction after kills … loud and big and emotional.”

night, routing Zion-Benton 25-11, 25-13 in their next pool-play contest. “Big presence, big force in the middle for us,” Snyder said of D’Attomo after New Trier downed host Stevenson 25-13, 25-21 for its first victory of the spring on April 3. “Fiery guy; he fires all of us up. His reaction after kills … loud and big and emotional. Joe never hesitates to show his excitement in between points.” A third-year varsity spiker and second-year club member of Vernon Hills-based Adversity, D’Attomo played for state runner-up New Trier as a sophomore and pounded a team-high-tying eight kills in NT’s three-set loss to Lincoln-Way East in a state quarterfinal last spring. Coach Sue Ellen Haak’s NT squads went a combined 70-11 in the 2016 and ’17 seasons. “Joe has a great story as an athlete in our program,” Haak said. “He has developed into a wonderful leader since his sophomore year. Two years ago he was all about his kills. Now? He understands it’s more about the team, and he continues to be an aggressive competitor, a baller, a total gamer. Look at him after points, big points. We love how demonstrative he gets. “I love his attitude.” The Loyola University men’s volleyball coaches admire his game. D’Attomo, a Wilmette resident, committed to the Ramblers — NCAA Division I champions in 2014 and ’15 and currently ranked No. 8 in the country — after receiving a scholarship

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D’ATT-A BOY! New Trier middle hitter Joe D’Attomo, a Loyola University recruit, winds and goes for the kill during last week’s win over Stevenson High School. PHOTOGRAPHY BY GEORGE PFOERTNER

offer last spring. NT’s Trevians battled Lincoln-Way East’s Griffins on the floor of D’Attomo’s future volleyball home in Rogers Park last month. NT lost that clash between perennial state powers at the Gentile Center, where LU’s talk-of-the-country men’s basketball team competed in its Final Four season of 2017-18. “People at school came up to me, throughout the NCAA Tournament, and asked, ‘Are you going to be friends with Loyola’s basketball players next year?’ ” said D’Attomo, a center in basketball before deciding to go all in with volleyball before the start

of his sophomore year. “How great was that March Madness run by the Ramblers? “We got to play on Loyola’s campus on the day [March 24] Loyola beat Kansas State to advance to the Final Four.” D’Attomo paced NT’s Elite Eight team in blocks (58) last spring and popped for five blocks, to go with his 28 kills, as Haak’s boys (5-3 overall, after an 0-2 start) finished third at the Warren Tournament last weekend. NT topped Deerfield 25-19, 25-23 in the match for the bronze on April 7. “Joe is faster, stronger and bigger this year, and

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Notable: New Trier’s boys volleyball team won four of five matches en route to a third-place showing at the Warren Tournament April 6-7. Junior outside hitter Jay Saravis led NT in kills (35) and aces (10), and junior setter Ben Wiegand lofted 115 assists. Trevians senior outside hitter Tennessee Fulks finished with 28 kills, eight blocks and four aces on Illinois soil; sophomore outside hitter Peter Brown struck 14 kills and had three blocks. … NT produced a 9-0 run in the first set of its 25-13, 25-21 defeat of host Stevenson on April 3. A block by senior middle James Snyder (5 kills, 2 blocks) later put the visitors up 21-9 in Lincolnshire. NT fell behind 5-1 in the second set and used an 8-2 spurt to take a 20-14 lead. Snyder, Brown and Saravis paced the attack with five kills apiece. Trevians senior libero Sam Gillman amassed 15 service points. … New Trier senior and Northwestern University football recruit Brian Kaiser, a varsity volleyball player in his sophomore and junior seasons, underwent season-ending shoulder surgery last month. A 6-foot-7 tight end on the gridiron, Kaiser ranked third among Trevians in kills (140) and second in blocks (50) for last year’s Elite Eight volleyball team. THE NORTH SHORE WEEKEND


SPORTS

Two-sib advantage Loyola Academy’s Kaela and Aidan kept Finegan name in headlines with their stellar play on ice BY BILL MCLEAN SPORTS@NORTHSHOREWEEKEND.COM

For an art assignment a year ago, Kaela Finegan drew five backpack-wearing hikers climbing a mountain. The piece of work hangs on a wall in her room in Glenview. The Loyola Academy senior hockey player, a fouryear varsity defenseman who wore a ‘C’ on her jersey in the 2017-18 season, received an ‘A’ for her artistic effort. “A mountain … it’s the first thing I thought of when our class was told to create a drawing with a ‘landscape’ theme,” she recalls. “I’ve never been on a hiking trip. But I like the idea of it.” Finegan and her younger brother, Loyola Academy Gold junior center Aidan Finegan, each reached some impressive heights in hockey circles this year. Kaela found out she had made the Amateur Hockey Association Illinois (AHAI) all-state girls team for the second year in a row last month — on the same day Aidan found out he had made the AHAI all-state boys team for the first time. Aidan Finegan scored the first goal in the state

“I was so happy for Aidan. Beautiful goal; that was a beautiful goal.”

LA Gold all-stater Aidan Finnegan tracks down the puck during the state championship game. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

championship game at United Center on March 24, helping LA Gold defeat Stevenson 4-2 for the program’s first state title in 22 years. Kaela Finegan — a member of LA’s state semifinalist in March — then competed in early April at USA Hockey Nationals with her Chicago Young Americans U19 team, which also featured Loyola Academy senior and Harvard University-bound Anne Bloomer. The CYA team advanced to the Final Four of the Tier I bracket in Marlborough, Massachusetts, on April 8. Detroit Belle Tire ended CYA’s run with a 4-1 victory. “Find ice wherever I can and play some more hockey,” Middlebury (Vermont) College-bound Kaela Finegan says of her rink plans between now and her first college class in the fall. (She might continue her competitive hockey career at the liberal arts school.) Aidan played hockey before Kaela did. He was 5 at the time, maybe 6. Kaela was a figure skater when she watched her little brother skate briskly and move a puck and shoot a puck. She later thought, ‘Now that looks fun.’ Good-bye, Salchow jump. Hello, slap shot. “My sister,” the 5-foot-11, 170-pound Aidan says, Kaela Finegan, an all-stater for the Loyola Academy girls team, starts a rush during action this past “made the decision to play hockey on her own. And winter. PHOTOGRAPHY BY GEORGE PFOERTNER THE NORTH SHORE WEEKEND

she’s been supportive of me through the years, always encouraging me to be the best hockey player I can be, as well as the best person I can be.” Big sis was there, planted in the Loyola Academy student section at UC last month, when her little brother broke a 0-0 tie with perhaps the biggest goal of his young life. The 5-4 Kaela popped out of her seat near the Chicago Blackhawks’ home rink and celebrated enthusiastically with her friends and teammates. “I was so happy for Aidan,” Kaela says. “Beautiful goal; that was a beautiful goal.” Aidan’s immediate take on his goal? What just happened? “I don’t remember much,” admits Aidan, who finished with 24 goals and 28 assists for a 53-10-2 team. “I do know we were on a 2-on-2 rush, with the puck deflecting off a defenseman’s stick. Then the puck, going off my stick … I didn’t think I had scored. I only realized I had scored when I heard my teammates yelling all around me.” More yelling — cheering, really — ensued at the school in Wilmette the next week. Each state hockey champ donned his LA Gold hockey sweater for a parade around the hallways. The school band performed, competing for attention with the rounds of applause at every corner. The smiling pucksters received countless handshakes and high fives and hugs. Aidan’s biggest fan had plenty of energy left to exalt her fellow in-house star, who played on Glenview Stars teams (mite) for three years before skating with Falcons teams at the squirt and bantam levels. “My brother has a really good shot,” says Kaela Finegan, who scored three goals and assisted on 15 others for LA’s squad, with her assist total ranking first among teammates — despite missing more than a handful of LA games because of her CYA commitment. “Aidan became,” she continues, “a very good playmaker this year, always looking to set up his teammates when the opportunity to score wasn’t there.” Their dad, Scott Finegan, played lots of pond hockey while growing up in hockey hotbed Minnesota. Their mom, Yvette Finegan, served as team manager of Loyola Academy’s girls hockey squad for the past two seasons. “My mom was a huge part of our team my junior and senior seasons. Huge,” an appreciative Kaela says. “She didn’t play hockey when she was young, but she loves the sport, has loved it for years.” Signs of love for hockey in the Finegan house? Head south, in the opposite director of those hikers in Kaela’s drawing, and then look around the basement. If the walls could talk down there, they’d likely shout, Please, Aidan, take a break from hockey and try tennis! Or, better yet, badminton! Pucks fly off Aidan’s stick in the basement, and the walls, poor things, are defenseless during the intense shooting sessions. “Holes everywhere,” Kaela says. “The walls are a mess down there.” SATURDAY APRIL 14 | SUNDAY APRIL 15 2018 |

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Valued and driven Reliability on ‘D’ earns high marks for Lake Forest High School’s Kaus in hoops — and lacrosse BY BILL MCLEAN SPORTS@NORTHSHOREWEEKEND.COM

Lake Forest High School girls basketball coach Kyle Wilhelm has some super news to share with one of his seniors, captain Audrey Kaus. It’s after the regular season this past winter, inside the school, and the information stuns the 5-foot-10 forward and defensive whiz. “What?” a wide-eyed Kaus reacts, probably wondering if her coach had forgotten April Fool’s Day was a good month away. “I made what?” Kaus had made the all-North Suburban Conference girls basketball team in the 2017-18 season. No kidding, no foolin’. Players with high scoring and rebounding averages usually earn spots on such a team every year. Kaus’ averages? Modest, or well shy of the jumpoff-the-page figures — 20-plus points, 10-plus rebounds — typically associated with heroines on the hardwood. But Kaus’ numbers came nowhere close to accurately reflecting her worth to the team. “Most of her statistics [nearly two points, five rebounds and two assists per game] were misleading,” Wilhelm says of the Lake Bluff resident. “She added value to our team with her defense, with her competitiveness, with her intensity, with her passion. Audrey’s eyes lit up whenever I told her she had to guard the other team’s best player; she loved that challenge, looked forward to doing all she could to hold a 16-points-per-game player to maybe two points. “Coaches from other schools and anybody else who watched us play,” the coach adds, “understood how valuable she was on every possession, especially on the defensive end of the floor.” Wilhelm had also floored Kaus at the beginning of her sophomore season, when he named her a cocaptain on a senior-less varsity squad. “I remember thinking, ‘Whoa,’ ” says Kaus, who will have earned eight varsity letters (four in basketball and four in lacrosse) when she graduates this spring and turns her attention to battling for the University of Chicago’s inaugural women’s lacrosse team next spring. “He had trusted me to be a leader, and I didn’t take that lightly. I ended up getting injured and missing most of the season, but I stayed involved, encouraged my teammates, took care of the water bottles and helped my teammates learn the plays.” The injury, a stress fracture in her left knee, sidelined her for the Scouts’ entire 2016 lacrosse season. Not being able to suit up and compete with her teammates in her major sport devastated Kaus at first. Negativity threatened to trip her up and keep her down before she blanketed it with an upbeat approach. “That was a turning point — how I eventually responded to the my injury,” says Kaus, an honorable mention all-state middie in lacrosse last spring and the Scouts’ leading goal scorer (5) after five games this spring. “It made me take a step back and realize sports aren’t just about wins and losses and what you see next to a player’s name on a stats sheet. The injury forced me to be more positive and made me focus on using leadership to help my teams succeed. How you lead teammates, I found out, varies; you lead with a team-

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Audrey Kaus of the Scouts girls lacrosse team looks to pass downfield during earlier action this spring. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

mate’s personality in mind.” Kaus’ lacrosse coach, Cat Catanzaro, made time to watch her valuable middie play much-better-thanmiddling defense during the 2017-18 hoops season. The tenacity she witnessed, plus the relentless determination, plus the intelligence, plus Kaus’ steals that often led to buckets at the other end of the floor — none of it surprised her. “To play defense well, you need heart and guts,” Catanzaro says. “Audrey has a lot of both. She is one of the hardest working athletes I’ve coached. Her speed with the ball in lacrosse is another one of her strengths, right up there with her quickness, decisionmaking, poise and vision. She takes risks, which is always fine with me, because they’re usually calculated ones.” Kaus’ math abilities come in handy when she tutors young students at Gorton Community Center in Lake Forest. The daughter of a former three-year Carmel High School varsity basketball player (Wendy) and a former high school swimmer/football player (Kansas native Jayson), Kaus figured one of her tutees could use a visual to fully grasp a numerical concept one day. The defensive standout got downright offensive, looking around the room before grabbing some building blocks to help enlighten her young charge.

“Kids learn differently,” says Kaus, who is thinking of pursuing a degree in business management. Kaus was a difference-maker for the Scouts’ Class 4A girls basketball regional championship squad in 2017. Lake Forest HS and Warren Township HS combined for only 59 points in the game, with the Scouts edging the Blue Devils 31-28 for Wilhelm’s first regional title and the program’s first since 2005. “Pure joy is what I remember most about that night,” Wilhelm says. “Audrey certainly showed that. I saw that huge smile across her face, along with the rest of her happy teammates, and thought, ‘This is why I coach.’ “My only hesitation in naming her a captain in her sophomore year was her age. But, looking back, it couldn’t have been a better choice. Audrey learned right away how to motivate others. Her words helped us. Her actions helped us. She’ll leave a massive void.” Notable: Lake Forest High School owned a 3-2 record in girls lacrosse through April 6. Caroline Skinner ranked second among teammates in goals (4, behind Audrey Kaus’ 5) and first in assists (6). Kristen Larson also had scored four goals, ahead of Ginger Leonardi (3, to go with a pair of assists) and Olivia Audrey Kaus dives on the floor for a loose ball Douglass (3). Scouts Mary Doheny (2-1) and Grace during the regional title game. PHOTOGRAPHY Kellie (1-1) had split the goalkeeper duties.

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

ECLECTIC COLLECTOR BY BILL MCLEAN ILLUSTRATION BY BARRY BLITT

The human skeleton Robert Ritholz had purchased at an antique auction in Chicago did not quite fit in the back seat of his 1977 Rolls-Royce. There was only one recourse for the Highland Park native on that day in 2001. “I placed it in the passenger seat and strapped it in with the seat belt,” recalls the 68-year-old, his bushy handlebar mustache hiding his lips under his perpetually twinkling eyes.“I didn’t want it flopping around the car while on my way home. It took me a while to realize that people in other cars on the road might think it to be odd, a man driving alongside a skeleton. “I received a lot of strange looks, and I’m sure many of the people who saw me driving that day started an interesting conversation at the dinner table later that night.” The 1968 Highland Park High School graduate owns four other collectible cars, including a 1951 Bentley Mark VI. His other Rolls — a 1953 Silver Dawn Drophead Coupe, one of only five in the world — has amassed 303,000 miles, and he has raced his 1953 Morgan in vintage races at Road America near Elkhart, Wisconsin. “Old guys racing old cars,” cracks Ritholz, on the board of directors of the Wroxton, England-based Bentley Drivers Club. “It’s the most exciting thing I do. It requires an enormous amount of sustained concentration, and you have to be constantly aware at all times. I love it.” Ritholz recently added a 1967 Trabant, produced in

East Germany, to his collection. His father, the late Donald Ritholz, was driven — as an inventor. In the 1940s he designed one of the first talking dolls ever, one that had a slightly better vocabulary than a newborn’s. It bleated “Mama” at the pull of a string. Robert’s father later invented one of the earliest forms of contact lenses. Donald Ritholz eventually sold the patents to both products. Donald and his wife, the late Vera, liked to ride horses in Lincoln Park, back when Chicago featured bridle paths. “I was never interested in horses,” says the couple’s only child. “I liked horsepower and anything else that had to do with cars.” Ritholz has been a serial collector of a vast array of items for decades, beginning with his affinity for toy cars as a tot. Dinky Toys — die-cast miniature vehicles produced in a factory in Liverpool, England — were a big deal to him. Up in his current guest bedroom, which could easily pass for the most eclectic mini museum in North America, an Asian elephant leg abutting the bed could double as a stool or an end table. Other items in the room include zebra hoof curios, countless military medals and helmets, and the human skeleton that once rode shotgun next to Ritholz. “I like unusual things,” says Ritholz, whose office/ library on the second floor of his house is home to a wooden mummy mask from the 26th Dynasty of Egypt (600 B.C.), a piece of coal from the Titanic, and Spanish galleon musket balls.

Four degrees of Ritholz Ritholz graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in history and education and earned a pair of master’s degrees in American history and education policy studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he received a Ph.D. in history of higher education.“I guess I was trained to be a college professor,” says Ritholz, who has never taught a college class but could tell you anything you ever wanted to know about the Republican Party in 1976, when Ritholz served as a 26-year-old volunteer during Ronald Reagan’s campaign for the party’s presidential nomination. Too short Robert and his wife, Michelle, got married in the back yard of his parents’ house (now his house) in Highland Park. Sadly, they were husband and wife for only three months and nine days; Michelle died from a cerebral hemorrhage in 1994. “A lot of things attracted me to her, but the one that is probably foremost is that she and I shared a somewhat unorthodox sense of humor.” Strange garagefellows Ritholz, on the ’67 Trabant he bought recently: “Probably the worst car made since World War II. However, it is rather cute in an ugly ducking sort of way. Nevertheless, I have been warned not to park it in the same garage as a Rolls or a Bentley because class warfare might break out.” Sophie’s choice gig

Robert Ritholz One of Ritholz’s late aunts, Sophie, worked with a neurologist in Austria and later in London. The neurologist died in 1939; Sigmund Freud was 83. Name game Answer: Iolanthe and Yeti. Question: What are the names of Ritholz’s cats? Iolanthe is named after the title character of a Gilbert and Sullivan operetta. “Yeti,” the pet owner says, “is large, white and shaggy. His name is Yeti because, well, he looks like a yeti.”

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The North Shore Weekend East, Issue 286  

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 286  

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