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WILMETTE ENTREPRENEUR PENS HIS FIRST BUSINESS BOOK

THE NORTHFIELD FARMERS MARKET FINDS A NEW HOME IN DOWNTOWN WINNETKA BY KARINA KAVANAGH

Attending a farmers market is a classic way to spend a summer Saturday — you get to browse organic veggies, sample baked goods or pick out fresh flowers. Nearly every suburb boasts a market, but one of the longest-running ones around is the Northfield Farmers Market. This year marks its 41st market season, as well as a location change and new name. Now known as the Winnetka Farmers Market and located in the parking lot of the Winnetka Village Hall, the market is home to stalls piled high with fruits and vegetables, artisanal cheeses, baked goods, coffee and even wine every Saturday morning. The market had been located for 15 years at New Trier High School’s West Campus. This past year, the school received financial support to build new tennis courts in the grassy area where the market had been held, prompting the Chamber of Commerce to seek out a new location. After a difficult time searching for locations

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Wilmette resident Danny Schuman felt despair when he lost his job in advertising

on December 1, 2008 — in the heart of the last recession. But what began as a career low point turned into a fresh opportunity when Schuman decided to start his own business. Now Schuman has decided to share his business tips on how to be a successful en-

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12 ‘house’ adds on

Second location expands Roberti Community House’s influence.

LIFESTYLE & ARTS 17 social scene

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18 open houses

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19 houses of the week

We profile intriguing houses for sale on the North Shore.

SPORTS 22 giants golfer’s scores are shrinking Golding gives ‘Max’-imum efforts, lifts Highland Park High School’s boys golf team.

LAST BUT NOT LEAST 26 sunday breakfast

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NEWS BUSINESS TIPS Cont. from PG 1 trepreneur. From the beginning, Schuman took detailed notes as he launched his business, Twist, a consulting firm that helps businesses with problemsolving and strategy. Relying on his years of experience as a copywriter, he wrote the book to be a self-help guide for potential entrepreneurs (what Schuman calls “UDOT’s” or “us doing our thing”) who want to turn their expertise and passion into a viable business. The book is geared toward creative types like Schuman, who may have a lot of great ideas and talent but are not necessarily business-oriented. Below is a Q & A with The North Shore Weekend and Schuman. TNSW: What did you do the first day after you got laid off? Describe the entire day and how you felt. DS: The day after my layoff, I went to work! It was the weirdest “business as usual” day ever. I got laid off on Monday, December 1, 2008. On the previous Saturday my partner (we worked in twoperson teams) was hit by a truck on his motorcycle outside of Atlanta and was in intensive care. So I was freaked out about that. Plus, my agency didn’t

want my layoff to become public yet so I had to pretend for a couple of weeks that I still worked there. So the first day after I got laid off, I drove to work, walked around the office pretending like nothing was different and trying to act “normal.” But I was in a thick haze, thinking my friend and partner was maybe going to die (he didn’t), and wondering what the hell I was going to do the rest of my life.  TNSW: Looking back at yourself when you got laid off, would you do anything differently? DS: Nope. 

employable for a very long time.” I unknowingly built a really good network, which was the key to starting and maintaining a successful business.

think your dream job was going to be next? DS: I thought I might start a sports marketing agency. I had a lot of great connections because of all of my years working on Gatorade. I also thought about writing for movies or TV because I had a lot of good connections in L.A. in the film industry after many years writing TV commercials.

TNSW: That was a period of heavy layoffs. How many of your friends got laid off, and how many colleagues? DS: Our agency went from 230 people to 75 people in nine months. We could have started three new (and really good) agencies with the people who go laid off. So many people got laid off that when I started my new company I had a huge number of great resources to choose from.

TNSW: Why did you write the book? How long did it take? DS: I wrote the book because I’m a writer and a entrepreneur. Since writers naturally write and entrepreneurs naturally get bored and seek out new challenges, it was no surprise that I started writing a book about something. I didn’t write about entrepreneurs right away because I didn’t know enough about the subject until I’d been a successful entrepreneur for about six, seven years. But for many years before I started writing the book, I’d been taking notes, and I had a huge physical file of nuggets written on scraps of paper and digital files of notes and articles. And in the middle of one night I got out of bed and started writing, in the dark, standing up, in my underwear. In the morning I went through those notes and typed it all into my computer, and that became the bones for the book. It then took me about two years to write.

TNSW: When you were a kid, let’s say in eighth TNSW: What would your today self say to your grade, what did you want to be when you grew then self? DS: “Good thing you made all those contacts up — what was your dream job? DS: Shortstop for the Cubs. back when you worked for the agency. Without TNSW: When you got laid off, what did you them you might have been unemployed and un-

NEW HOME, SAME FRUIT Cont. from PG 1 in downtown Northfield, the chamber settled on the parking lot of Winnetka Village Hall, at the southwest corner of Green Bay Road and Oak Street. “The market committee felt that this would be an opportune time to make a move to a more densely populated location that would benefit the residents in the community, introduce the market to the thousands of new customers that pass by the corner of the new market location each day and bring new energy to our downtown business district,” says Winnetka-Northfield Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Terry Dason. The majority of previous years’ farm stands made the move with the market from Northfield to Winnetka. Some, like Klug Orchards/Green Organics, have been with this market for years, and a small location change wasn’t going to break that tradition. In fact, vendors are thrilled with the move since it brings them to a highly visible location—according to the Illinois Department of Transportation, more than 10,000 cars every day pass through the Green Bay Road/Oak Street intersection that is the market’s new home. Annette Eck, from organic produce stand Six Generations’ Farm, has noticed that her customers are excited about the move, too. “So many people,” Eck says, “are saying that they’re able to walk to our market now instead of driving … I haven’t heard any complaints.” And it’s not hard to see that residents are loving the accessibility—both parking spots and bike racks were packed. The parking lot of Village Hall is packed with vendors and nearly every stall draws a crowd, with one of the most popular stands run by Hahn’s Bakery. Its brick and mortar location is in Geneva, but that doesn’t stop the store’s employees from making the trek north every week loaded with delicious breads, coffee cakes, muffins, scones, croissants, and brownies as big as your head. Another standout bakery is the small but mighty table set up by The Floured Apron. This Win-

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Winnetkans Carla Vorhees (right) and Marcia Sutter buy produce at the Winnetka Farmers Market. Garlic scapes (above). PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

netka nonprofit teaches underprivileged women how to bake at a professional level, thereby empowering them to find steady work. It also teaches business tactics, like how to build resumes and interview for positions... so these brownies, blondies and cookies aren’t just tasty; they’re also helping women make their way in the world, and that more than justifies a break from a diet. Other unique vendors include Cooper’s Way specialty pet treats, Exact Blade knife sharpening, and Good Grapes wine tasting. Northfield residents aren’t completely out of luck if they want to visit a market in their home-

town, though. This summer, the Northfield Park District has introduced its inaugural Market and Music program, bringing food vendors and entertainment to Clarkson Park on Wednesday evenings from 3-7 p.m. The event stands out for its mid-week timing, since most markets are held on Saturday mornings. The future looks bright in this new Winnetka location: each Saturday brings live music from local artists, great vendors, and exciting plans set in motion for upcoming weeks. Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Dason even hopes to have live demonstrations by a professional chef,

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using market items in the recipes. Whether you want straight-from-the-fields produce, homemade bread, a box of treats, or just need to get out of the house and enjoy a Saturday in the sunshine, the Winnetka Farmers Market is the perfect place. Dason is working on what’s next for this market, but at the moment, she’s most excited about the response that the move has received. “We’ve really been embraced by the community, and we’re very excited to provide this experience.” THE NORTH SHORE WEEKEND


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Roberti House expands facility as usage grows BY EMILY SPECTRE

The Roberti Community House has expanded its presence in Waukegan since founder Maribeth Roberti established the nonprofit in 2010, when she purchased a foreclosed home in a distressed neighborhood. “We are very proud to show the stability of our presence in the community,” Roberti told The North Shore Weekend. The Community House has since opened a second location just down the street from its first in another renovated home. The new place includes a professional grade kitchen, where the Culinary Pathway Program was started in January 2018. The condensed nine-week program offers hands-on culinary training by a professional chef, after which participants are placed in jobs in the food service industry. The program not only serves as a training ground but also as a way to reinvest in the community. Participants prepare 40 meals a day that are donated to a variety of local resources, such as social service agencies, soup kitchens, food pantries homeless and domestic violence shelters and police and fire departments. To date, 4,500 meals have been prepared and donated, Roberti said. All of the food used in the program is also collected from the community. The program, which is now in its third cycle, includes about five to six students per class.

developed based on input from the community. “We are listening to what the community needs a re, ” Roberti said. Roberti, a licensed clinical social worker, opened the center to create a safe haven for people to gather and provide opportunities for individuals to Some local children work on a community garden behind the Roberti develop their Community House in Waukegan. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER own strengths. She intentionally rehabbed the houses to blend seamlessly into “It’s been great,” Roberti said. The program was started when Roberti realized the neighborhood, to ensure that residents felt that that cultivating work opportunities was a huge need the Community House is truly a part of the comin the community, where the current poverty level munity. While a majority of programming is drop-in, the hovers at more than 32 percent. Run primarily by more than 200 volunteers, the Community House also offers a summer gardening Community House also offers a broad assortment program for local youth. The Junior Green Youth of drop-in programming for children and adults, Farm is an eight-week program for middle school ranging from sewing, ESL classes, yoga, gardening students, culminating with an open house on and cooking, to after school programming. Ap- August 1, which is open to everyone in the comproximately 250 to 300 youth participate in after- munity and supported by local city representatives. school programming. All of the programs were During the summer months the kids grow an as-

sortment of vegetables including tomatoes, peppers, pumpkins, radishes, leeks and herbs — many of which are from donated seedlings. Participants learn about different aspects of gardening, such as composting or the parts of the plant. “They grow a lot throughout the program,” Kelly Albrecht, program director, explained. While most of the kids enter the program with very little knowledge of gardening, they’ve developed a keen sense of where their food comes from upon completion of the program. “The program includes a lot of new experiences for the kids to open their minds,” Albrecht said. At the open house, students will provide tours of the garden and share all that they’ve learned during the summer. While Roberti said residents were initially unsure what the Community House was all about, she felt confident from the beginning the center would be a success. “I always believed and had no doubt that we would be successful,” Roberti said. “I believe I am directed by a higher power and something bigger than myself. Roberti has witnessed positive changes in the neighborhood as more people become engaged. “They wanted a place to come, and they came. It’s really beautiful,” she said. For more information about the Roberti Community House and the Roberti Culinary Pathway program, please visit www.roberticommunityhouse.org.

Companions, not chauffeurs Ridesharing company for seniors goes the whole nine miles in assistance department BY BILL MCLEAN

An elderly woman in a suburb of Chicago needed to undergo a procedure at a hospital. She also needed a ride to the hospital. A driver arrived at her house. The driver, in his mid-60s, accompanied the woman to his car, drove her to the hospital and entered the hospital with her. He sat right next to her, as she went through the registration process. The woman underwent the procedure and recovered. There, at the hospital, on the same day, smiling and ready to take her home? The same driver. Yes, the same driver. Not a family member. Not a friend. Not a neighbor — but an Envoy America driver. Phoenix-based Envoy America, a specialized ridesharing program that offers accompanied transportation plus companionship and assistance for senior citizens and patients, rolled in the Chicago area for the first time in May, swelling the company’s national presence to 12 markets. “The woman would have had to stay in the hospital for a day or two had I not driven her,” says the driver, a retired business executive who asked not to be identified, citing driver-passenger confidentiality. “My wife and I, for 15 years, had experience serving as caregivers to our parents. We’ve seen how difficult it is for seniors to maintain their independence. You know what? Seniors only need a little help, and driving them, in many instances, provides that little help, that boost that helps them feel good about themselves.

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Envoy America Director of Operations Steven Wolf. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

“The woman I drove to the hospital,” he adds, “calls me now and then to find out how I’m doing, tells me about her family. I’ve developed a relationship with her. Around 70 percent of the people I drive sit up front with me. It’s not unusual for a ride to turn into a social occasion for my passengers.” Envoy America Co-founder and CEO K.C. Kanaan launched the ridesharing enterprise in 2015. What drove him was his mother’s desire to remain active. He did not want her and others like her to have to worry about getting to where they wanted to go, and he wanted uber-(the prefix, not the

ridesharing company) polite and uber-compassionate and uber-professional drivers to handle the transport duties. Envoy America drivers — door-to-door employees, rather than the curbto-curb employees affiliated with traditional ridesharing companies — motor folks to all kinds of destinations around these parts, from church services to Cubs games to concert halls to grocery stores to family dinners to a weekend stay at the second home in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. One client hires an Envoy America driver for his morning and afternoon commutes each workday. Two of Envoy America-Chicago’s partners are the American Cancer Society and the Mayo Clinic. Glencoe native and 1995 New Trier graduate Steven Wolf, now a Wilmette resident, was named to steer Envoy America’s Chicago operations. The average round trip for a booking in the Chicago area, he notes, is two-and-a-half hours, with the minimum requirement at one hour ($39). “We’ll take them out of state or down the street,” the 41-year-old Wolf says, adding one driver in

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New Mexico drove a client 400 miles, one way, and then stuck around to return the client home. “Riders can request the same driver; I know of a driver who has been driving a client for three years. Our drivers — they all undergo a thorough application process, including a face-to-face interview and extensive background check, and a specialized training program — consider a position with us a calling, not a job. “Helping service people along the North Shore is a blessing,” adds Wolf, a right wing on New Trier Green’s 1994 state championship hockey team. “I’m thrilled to be in a position to assist our senior citizens here. Aging, for many, is a tough thing. You know what often helps a senior citizen survive a tough time? A person with a big heart; we love that trait, look for that trait in our drivers. Our drivers are companions with big hearts.” That driver/companion who made a woman’s trip to the hospital as palatable as possible has a heart the size of Texas. And a few continents. “Driving for Envoy America is my way of giving back,” he says. “It’s a responsibility, a large responsibility … a responsibility I take seriously. I enjoy helping senior citizens take care of their needs. The people I drive don’t consider me a chauffeur. I’m a people person. I love to interact. “There were times, while driving, I felt like I was talking with a family member.” To schedule a ride or to learn more about Envoy America, please call (888) 375-5558 or visit envoyamerica.com. THE NORTH SHORE WEEKEND


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815 Forest Ave. | Wilmette | $1,185,000 | Beautifully Updated | 50’ X 185.2’ Lot | Must See!

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MOVEAHEAD@SFCTEAM.COM | SFCTEAM.NET | FACEBOOK.COM/SFCTEAM | @SFCTEAMHOMES Sharon Friedman/Capitanini Team | Move Ahead with Proven Leaders The property information herein is derived from various sources that may include, but not be limited to, county records and the Multiple Listing Service, and it may include approximations. Although the information is believed to be accurate, it is not warranted and you should not rely upon it without personal verification. Real estate agents affiliated with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage are independent contractor agents and are not employees of the Company. ©2018 Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. All Rights Reserved. Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage fully supports the principles of the Fair Housing Act and the Equal Opportunity Act. Owned by a subsidiary of NRT LLC. Coldwell Banker and the Coldwell Banker Logo are registered service marks owned by Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. 1/18

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@properties Open House Tour in Lake Forest! Sunday, July 22, 2018

1. 1401 Woodhill Ln $825,000 Open 1-3PM

2. 1291 Lawrence Ave $1,179,000 Open 2-4PM

3. 1260 Fiore Dr $1,145,000 Open 2-4PM

4. 1035 Sir William Ln $1,200,000 Open 2-4PM

Sign in at all four of these lovely residences to be entered into a drawing for a $50 gift card!

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michigan / wisconsin / indiana

ST. JOSEPH, MI

7br/6.1ba

278RIDGEWAY.INFO Will Schauble

$4,250,000

BRIDGMAN, MI 5br/4.1ba

$3,650,000

ST. JOSEPH, MI 5br/4.1ba

$1,375,000

LONG BEACH, IN

5br/3.5ba

$1,325,000

5199WILDWOOD.INFO 2714AUSTINTRAIL.INFO 3040LAKESHOREDR.INFO 312.860.4192 Liz Roch 312.636.8751 Cmarzke/Cadent 269.208.3635 Micky Gallas

BENTON HARBOR, MI 6br/4.1ba

$1,300,000

4014EVERGREENLANE.INFO Jackson Matson

LONG BEACH, IN

4br/4.5ba

2400SHOREWOOD.INFO Micky Gallas

TWIN LAKES, WI 3br/2.1ba

312OAKRIDGEDR.INFO Margaret Canfield

PLEASANT PRAIRIE, WI 3br/4.1ba

$1,145,000

10409LAKESHORE.INFO 269.214.0240 Kelli Ward

$785,000

LAKE GENEVA, WI 6br/5ba

$649,000

LONG BEACH, IN 5br/5ba

$975,000

2001GOLDENGATE.INFO 847.732.5770 Susan Kelley

MICHIGAN CITY, IN

2br/2.5ba

$470,000

BROOKFIELD, WI

4br/4.2ba

219.861.6012

$455,000

312.622.7445

FONTANA, WI 4br/2ba

$275,000

N1526WILLOWBROOKROAD.INFO 108SHADYOAKDR.INFO 1790HELENEDR.INFO 852SHOSHONERD.INFO 219.861.6012 Martha Cucco 262.949.4493 Rudy Conner 219.898.0708 Jim Treis 262.853.0225 Mary Brennan 630.660.7631

$254,900

DELAVAN, WI 5br/2ba

320S3RDST.INFO 262.949.9272 Lynnette Phillips

$145,000

LAKE GENEVA, WI

2br/2.5ba

80-08ASPENRD.INFO 262.441.9190 Cindy Maher

$117,500

262.745.5192

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FOREST & BLUFF AT IT’S FINEST.

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W JAMES COURT 950WJames.info 5 bed | 4.1 bath $1,459,000

655 S GREEN BAY RD

655GreenBayRd.info 4 bed | 2 bath $539,000

880

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410

E PROSPECT AVENUE 410EProspect.info 2 bed | 2 bath $399,000

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LIFESTYLE & ARTS

Socials Designer Kitchens of the North Shore Photography by Larry Miller

The Junior League of Evanston-North Shore ( JLE-NS) welcomed more than 500 attendees during its widely popular “Designer Kitchens of the North Shore” Kitchen Tour. In its eighth year, the event highlighted five homes with remarkable kitchens in Winnetka, Kenilworth, Wilmette and Evanston. The house walk provided guests with the opportunity to interact with homeowners and the many designers, florists and volunteers that made the tour possible. Proceeds raised during the event will go directly toward causes supported by the JLE-NS community outreach programs, focusing on advancing employment and supporting local families in need.

LYNNE HEMMER, KATHRYN MANGEL, L.J. SAVARIE, CHRISTINE YACCINO

JEN SEGALL, BRANDIE SIAVELIS, ANDREA WHITE

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R E A L E S TAT E

OPEN HOUSES

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Buckley Rd

Lake Bluff

E Park Ave

1. 13 Warrington Drive LAKE BLUFF Sunday 1-3 $420,000 Dede Banks, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.542.0700

8. 330 Edgefield Lane LAKE FOREST Sunday 1:30-3:30 $675,000 Tracy Wurster Team, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 312,972.2515

20. 2000 Green Bay Road #407 HIGHLAND PARK $639,000 Sunday 1-4 Linda Barbera-Stein, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-373-9850

34. 1263 Shermer Rd NORTHBROOK Saturday 10-4/Sunday 11-3 $659,000 Karen Skurie & Pat Denenberg, Baird and Warner Karen: 847.361.4687 Pat: 847.644.5921

2. 63 Warrington Court LAKE BLUFF Sunday 1-3 $599,000 Jane Yarbrough, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 312.813.1650

9. 145 E. Stone Avenue LAKE FOREST Sunday 11-1 $699,000 Tracy Wurster Team, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 312.972.2515

21. 933 Stonegate Drive HIGHLAND PARK $769,000 Sunday 1-4 JoEllen Lidov, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-971-0031

35. 807 Timbers Edge Lane NORTHBROOK Sunday from 12-4 $769,900 Lisa Novelli 847-559-0500

3. 118 E. Sheridan Place LAKE BLUFF Sunday 1-4 $599,000 Rina du Toit, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.814.8648

10. 695 S. Windsor Court LAKE FOREST Sunday 12-3 $725,000 Jeff Folker, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.504.6182

4. 1765 Tallgrass Ln LAKE FOREST Open Sunday 12-2 $1,269,000 Elizabeth Wieneke, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

11. 53 Atteridge Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $1,195,000 Lyon Martini, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.208.9049

N Green

5. 1190 E Westleigh Rd LAKE FOREST Open Sunday 2:15-4 $1,100,000 Lisa Trace, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

Bay Rd

6. 1404 West Fork Dr LAKE FOREST Open Sunday 12-2 $579,000 Scott Lackie, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

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7. 854 Highview Terrace LAKE FOREST SATURDAY 11:00 AM 1:00 PM $995,000 Susan Amory 773.862.0200

Lake Forest

E Townline Rd

23. 601 Mulberry Place HIGHLAND PARK $285,000 Sunday 1-2:30 Ann Bickmore, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-609-1421 24. 43 Logan Loop HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $1,399,000 Elizabeth Jakaitis, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.840.7842

12. 833 N. McKinley Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 12-4 $1,545,000 Lyon Martini, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.828.9991

25. 929 Marion Avenue HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $999,000 Karen Skurie, Baird & Warner 847-361-4687

13. 11 Pembroke Drive LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $2,125,000 Lyon Martini, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.909.8085

26. 945 Holmes Avenue DEERFIELD SUNDAY 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM $400,000 Abreu/Scully 847.432.0700

14. 739 E. Illinois Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 12-3 $2,499,000 Kim Shortsle, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.987.5702

27. 1251 Gateway Ct NORTHBROOK Saturday 10-4/Sunday 11-3 $834,000 Karen Skurie & Pat Denenberg, Baird and Warner Karen: 847.361.4687 Pat: 847.644.5921

15. 1070 Estes Avenue LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $830,000 Susan Lincoln, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.846.8814

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30. 1283 Gateway Ct NORTHBROOK Saturday 10-4/Sunday 11-3 $799,000 Karen Skurie & Pat Denenberg, Baird and Warner Karen: 847.361.4687 Pat: 847.644.5921

18. 753 County Line Rd HIGHLAND PARK Open Sunday 12-2 $999,999 Lisa Trace & Karli Mayher, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

Highland Park

Deerfield

29. 1285 Shermer RD NORTHBROOK Saturday 10-4/Sunday 11-3 $774,000 Karen Skurie & Pat Denenberg, Baird and Warner Karen: 847.361.4687 Pat: 847.644.5921

17. 929 Marion Avenue HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $999,000 Karen Skurie, Baird & Warner 847-361-4687

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Dundee Rd

28. 1289 Gateway Ct NORTHBROOK Saturday 10-4/Sunday 11-3 $859,000 Karen Skurie & Pat Denenberg, Baird and Warner Karen: 847.361.4687 Pat: 847.644.5921

16. 408 Prospect Ave HIGHLAND PARK, Sunday 1-3 $979,000 Sharon Gertz, Baird & Warner 847.702.6915

lley Half Day Rd

22. 991 Bob-O-Link Road HIGHLAND PARK $830,000 Sunday 2-4 The Max Group, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-922-4815 and 312391-3170

31. 1281 Shermer Rd NORTHBROOK Saturday 10-4/Sunday 11-3 $599,000 Karen Skurie & Pat Denenberg, Baird and Warner Karen: 847.361.4687 Pat: 847.644.5921

19. 858 Barberry Road HIGHLAND PARK $369,000 Sunday 1-3 Nancy London, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-997-9917

32. 1269 Gateway Ct NORTHBROOK Saturday 10-4/Sunday 11-3 $729,000 Karen Skurie & Pat Denenberg, Baird and Warner Karen: 847.361.4687 Pat: 847.644.5921

Glencoe

Northbrook

33. 1265 Gateway Ct NORTHBROOK Saturday 10-4/Sunday 11-3 764,000 Karen Skurie & Pat Denenberg, Baird and Warner Karen: 847.361.4687 Pat: 847.644.5921

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38. 200 W. Frontage Rd. NORTHFIELD Sunday 12-2 $379,000 Suzie Beu, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 39. 176 W. Frontage Rd. NORTHFIELD Sunday 2-4 $759,000 Suzie Beu, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 40. 8070 Arbor Ln. NORTHFIELD Sunday 1-3 $525,000 Amy Rowe, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 41. 199 Church WINNETKA Sunday 1-3 $998,000 Mary Anne Perrine, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855 42. 1236 Oak WINNETKA Sunday 2:30-4:30 $759,000 Patti Skirving, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 43. 801 Locust WINNETKA Sunday 11;30-1:30 $1,065,000 Patti Skirving, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

55. 75 Robsart Road KENILWORTH SUNDAY 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM $2,050,000 McCormick/Killarney 773.472.0200 56. 850 Lenox Road GLENVIEW SUNDAY 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM $1,249,000 Kathy Wilson 773.472.0200 57. 2700 Summit Drive 405 GLENVIEW SUNDAY 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM $425,000 Mary Marcus 847.881.0200 58. 1237 Heatherfield Lane GLENVIEW Sunday 1-3 $524,900 Linda Lincoln, Berkshire Hathaway KoenigRubloff 847.638.5040 59. 2231 Thornwood Avenue WILMETTE SUNDAY 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM $1,199,000 Michelangelo Siracki 847.881.0200 60. 2229 Crestview WILMETTE $885,000 Sunday 1-3 Carrie Nadler Healy, Compass 847.507.7666 61. 2928 Iroquois Rd. WILMETTE Sunday 12-3 $890,000 Liz Tuke, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 62. 720 Central EVANSTON Sunday 11:30-1:30 $1,545,000 The Skirving Team/Coldwell Banker Patti 847-924-4119 Greg 847863-3614

44. 143 Birch WINNETKA Sunday 12-2 $1,350,000 Maryann Burke Coldwell Banker, Winnetka 847-446-4000 45. 15 Old Green Bay Road WINNETKA SUNDAY 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM $2,795,000 Louise Eichelberger 847.881.0200 46. 329 Chestnut Street WINNETKA SUNDAY 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM $1,750,000 Grant/Watson 847.881.0200 47. 428 Linden Street WINNETKA SUNDAY 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM $679,000 Nitza Khan 847.881.0200 48. 78 Woodley WINNETKA $1,889,000 Sunday 12-2 Joanne Hudson, Compass 847.971.5024 49. 5 Indian Hill WINNETKA $4,295,000 Sunday 12-2 Joanne Hudson, Compass 847.971.5024

51. 1234 Ash WINNETKA $949,000 Sunday 2-4 Joanne Hudson, Compass 847.971.5024

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37. 670 Ballantrae Dr. Unit C NORTHBROOK Sunday 1-3 $325,000 Hilde Carter, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

54. 411 Ridge KENILWORTH $889,000 Sunday 12-2 Jenny Daellenbach, Compass 847.612.0556

50. 166 Sheridan WINNETKA $2,895,000 Sunday 12-2 Joanne Hudson, Compass 847.971.5024

N. S

Sunset Ridge Rd

Shermer Rd

Willow Rd

Northfield

36. 811 Timbers Edge Lane NORTHBROOK Sunday from 12-4 $809,900 Lisa Novelli 847-559-0500

53. 1460 Tower Rd. WINNETKA Sunday1-3 $1,195,000 Maureen Mohling, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

52. 135 Old Green Bay WINNETKA $2,539,000 Sunday 2:15 - 4:15 Joanne Hudson, Compass 847.971.5024

Wilmette

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Houses of the Week

Location: 90 Meadowview Drive, Northfield, Illinois 60093 Size: 4 Bedrooms, 4.1 Bathrooms Price: $1,795,000

Location: 739 E. Illinois Road, Lake Forest Size: 6 Beds/6.1 Baths Price: $2,499,000

Built in 2000, this 4 Bedroom, 4-1/2 Bathroom home was custom designed, inspired by the Prairie School style. It sits on one-plus acres and has 5,600 square feet of comfortable living space. Attention to detail is around every corner. There is custom woodwork and 3 ornate wood ceiling details throughout the entire home, in addition to unique art glass windows in the Foyer, Living Room, Dining Room, and Library; and lighted art glass ceiling installations in the Formal Dining Room and Kitchen.

Showcased on the District 67 Home Tour, this magnificent recently constructed custom built home offers the most luxurious high end finishes. Gourmet kitchen with huge island, commercial grade appliances, thick quartzite countertops and backsplash. Master bedroom suite with private master balcony. Master bath with carrara marble, clawfoot tub and 10 foot ceilings. Fabulous lower level including 12 foot deep pour, large tile herringbone heated floor; spacious family room, exercise room, second kitchen, theater and full bath. Heated three car garage with fully finished suite above. Backyard equipped with custom built swimming pool. OPEN THIS SUNDAY 12-3!

Exclusively Presented By: George Iacono @properties 847.881.0200 giacono@atproperties.com

Exclusively Presented By: Kim Shortsle, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.987.5702 KShortsle@KoenigRubloff.com

Location: 1003 Brittany Rd, Highland Park, IL 60035 Size: 4 Bedrooms / 2 full and 1 half baths Price: $645,000

Location: 307 Weatherford Court, Lake Bluff Size: 4 bedrooms, 3.1 baths Price: $799,000

Perfect move-in ready home on the quietest of streets surrounded by gorgeous properties. This 4BR/2.1BA center-entry Colonial has been lovingly cared for and updated. The kitchen has been recently renovated with cabinets up to the ceiling, a large island with breakfast bar, stainless appliances and opens to the family room. Off the kitchen, enjoy summer nights in the gorgeous screened porch with chevron brick pavers and skylights. Updated powder room and hardwood floors throughout the first floor. Upstairs, find four gracious bedrooms with hardwood under the carpet and plenty of storage. Recently finished partial basement and newer roof..

Located in popular Tangley Oaks in Lake Bluff, enjoy a picturesque natural wooded setting that is minutes from town, train, schools, parks, recreation center, and the pool. This exquisite all brick home features hardwood flooring throughout the first floor, three fireplaces, a bonus library, sleek white kitchen, first floor laundry, finished basement, and an attached three car garage. With many recent improvements throughout, this fresh and bright home is move-in ready. 307Weatherford.com

Exclusively Presented By: Beth Alberts & Stephanie Maletsky Beth: 773.991.2560 Stephanie: 847.951.2007 alberts.maletsky@bairdwarner.com

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WILMETTE

8bed/6.1ba

2417POMONA.INFO Finks/Arencibia

$1,995,000

HIGHLAND PARK 6bed/4.2ba

WINNETKA 4bed/3ba

$1,499,000

GLENCOE

4bed/3.1ba

$1,195,000

111CARYAVENUE.INFO 653BLACKTHORN.INFO 426SOUTH.INFO 847.881.0200 Wexler/Scully 847.432.0700 Lyn Flannery 847.881.0200 Rick Richker

LAKE FOREST 4bed/4.1ba

$1,100,000

567ROCKEFELLER.INFO Andra O’Neill

GLENCOE

4bed/3.2ba

727GROVE.INFO Rick Richker

LAKE FOREST 4bed/2ba

655GREENBAYRD.INFO Sondra Douglass

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$1,850,000

HIGHLAND PARK

5bed/4.1ba

$1,099,000

2506STJOHNS.INFO 847.295.0700 Wexler/Gault

$975,000

WINNETKA 4bed/3.1ba

$925,000

LAKE BLUFF

3bed/2.2ba

847.881.0200

WINNETKA 5bed/4.1ba

$1,049,000

797WALDEN.INFO 847.432.0700 Jena Radnay

$719,000

WILMETTE

4bed/2.1ba

$684,000

847.881.0200

WILMETTE 6bed/3ba

$679,000

144WHITEBRIDGELN.INFO 120EASTSHERIDANRD.INFO 3101MELROSE.INFO 429HIBBARDROAD.INFO 847.881.0200 JoEllen Davis 847.998.0200 Megan Jordan 847.295.0700 Elena Maliavina 847.881.0200 Kim Kelley 847.432.0700

$539,000

LAKE FOREST 3bed/2ba

845NORTHMOOR.INFO 847.295.0700 Elizabeth Gurza

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$525,000

WILMETTE

4bed/3.1ba

929MANOR.INFO 847.295.0700 Nancy Gibson

$499,900

847.509.0200

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LAKE FOREST

5bed/5ba

$1,195,000

LAKE FOREST 5bed/6.1ba

$1,170,000

1230KAJER.INFO 60RUEFORET.INFO Susan Updike 847.295.0700 Gloria Loukas 847.295.0700

WINNETKA 4bed/3.1ba

325LINDEN.INFO Jena Radnay

WILMETTE 3bed/2.1ba

847.881.0200

$629,000

HIGHLAND PARK 3bed/3ba

21417THSTREET.INFO 267LESLEE.INFO Mindy Shea 847.881.0200 Pickus/Kaufman

WILMETTE

3bed/3.1ba

KENILWORTH 75ROBSART.INFO MCCORMICK/KILLARNEY

$999,900

$499,000

HIGHLAND PARK 3bed/2ba

$625,000

WILMETTE 4bed/2.1ba

$569,000

$2,200,000 5BED/4.1BA 773.472.0200

WILMETTE 5bed/3.1ba

$565,000

411WILSHIREDR.INFO 2917LAKEAV.INFO 847.432.0700 Sito/Chen 847.763.0200 Steve Samuels

$489,000

HIGHLAND PARK 3bed/2.1ba

3305OLDGLENVIEW.INFO 3065UNIVERSITY.INFO 2699SUMMIT.INFO Annika Valdiserri 847.881.0200 Robert Casorio 847.881.0200 Jill Briskman

$349,000

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Shootin’ low, rising quickly Golf rounds continue to improve for HPHS senior Max Golding BY BILL MCLEAN

Max Golding played baseball and basketball in his younger days, back in his grade-school years. Two sports. His sports. He’d play them every year. He’d get better at them every year. That was the plan. Golding’s parents, Jeff and Keri, later suggested the addition of golf to Max’s fairly roomy sports plate. “I told them, ‘No, no, no, not golf,’ ” Golding, now a senior-to-be at Highland Park High School, recalls. “ ‘Please, no golf. I don’t like golf. Golf is boring, too slow.’ ” July 11, 2018. Golding will remember the date.

“Golf is a game you cannot perfect, and that excites me. There’s always room to get better. You know what else I love about it? Its unpredictability. You could shoot an 85 on any day. You could shoot a 65 on any day.”

It’s when the 5-foot-7, 135-pound lefty shot a personal-best 65, five-under-par, at Twin Orchard Country Club in Long Grove, his home course. It bettered his previous personal-best by three strokes. He recorded four birdies, an eagle — and exactly zero yawns — in his round. Mom and Dad Golding knew best. “Golf is a game you cannot perfect, and that excites me,” says Golding, a varsity golfer since his freshman year and a vital member of the Giants’ fourth-place team at last fall’s Class 3A state meet, one year after he helped the 2016 squad tie for eighth place at the same meet. “There’s always room to get better. You know what else I love about it? Its unpredictability. You could shoot an 85 on any day. You could shoot a 65 on any day. “Yes,” he adds, “golf is hard and difficult and frustrating. But at the same time, golf is a sport that motivates me, pushes me. “I love it.” Golding did not start playing tournament golf until the summer before his freshman year. That’s late, quite late, especially for anyone interested in

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GOLDING STANDARD: Highland Park High School senior Max Golding is having a fine summer on the tournament circuit. He bagged medalist honors at one state qualifier and tied for first in another. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

making the varsity team as a rookie high school student. What helped his development off the tee and in the fairways and on the greens, in the summer of 2015: playing rounds with his father, a four handicap, and spending hour after hour at the driving range at Twin Orchard and wishing daylight would scare off nighttime for at least two more hours at the driving range. “My dad, always a big golfer, always into golf, introduced the sport to me,” Golding says, adding

Jeff Golding — a University of Wisconsin graduate, like Keri — also passed down his love for Wisconsin sports teams (Milwaukee Bucks and Green Bay Packers, to name couple) to his son. Golding survived varsity tryouts in ’15 and emerged as the No. 5 golfer on the program’s parent club before sitting down for his very first class at HPHS. Sophomore year? Golding battled No. 1s from other schools. He toured courses in the No. 2 slot last fall, when he tied teammates

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Joey Harrigan (HPHS, ’18) and Bradley Goldstein, another senior-to-be this fall, for 18th place at state. Golding shot state rounds of 77-73 at The Den at Fox Creek Golf Course (par 72) in Bloomington. Earlier in the week, his third-place score of 71 at Bittersweet Golf Club in Gurnee paced the Giants at a sectional meet. “Max, like the other seniors in our program, loves the game of golf,” says Paul Harris, who returns to head the varsity club at HPHS this fall after a four-year break from the post; also the boys varsity basketball coach at the school, Harris had coached Giants varsity golfers for 19 seasons. Scott Leibfried guided the team from 2014-17. “Love for the game trumps everything else,” Harris adds. “Guys who love the game are usually resilient after tough days on a course and want more after good days. I have a feeling Max and the rest of the guys in the group are going to strive for great things in the fall.” Golding’s summer on the tournament circuit has been noteworthy. The keen young man with mental toughness and a steady short game tied for medalist honors at a state amateur qualifier on June 12, carding a four-under-par 68 at Lake Bluff Golf Club; won a state junior qualifier at Winnetka Golf Club nearly two weeks later by shooting a one-under 70; and tied for sixth place with a two-under 70 at a Junior PGA Championship qualifier at Pine Meadow Golf Club in Mundelein. This past spring he tied for runner-up honors (72-73) at a tourney held at Golf Club of Illinois. His 73 on the second day of a tournament at Catigny Golf Club in Wheaton featured a 32 on the back nine. Golding’s birdie total on that nine: five. Golding practically needed a cage to keep that scorecard from soaring and flying away. “I never beat myself up on a course; what good would that do?” says Golding, who visited Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee, last weekend. “You have to move on after a bad shot or a tough stretch of holes. I never think I’m out of a round. Never.” Golding is scheduled to compete in three more summer tournaments before the start of tryouts for his final prep season. Golding, Goldstein and HPHS junior-to-be Jared Grossmann have a combined four seasons of eligibility remaining; the threesome made up half of the squad that missed a state trophy (awarded to the top three team finishers) by only three strokes in ’17. Don’t even bother trying to contain the enthusiasm Golding has for the Giants this fall. It would be futile. “Teams, most good teams, have solid top six players, and then there’s a drop-off [in ability],” he says. “My guess is we’ll have 12, 13 guys on varsity, and you know what? Each will be capable of shooting in the 70s. You never see that in high school golf.” THE NORTH SHORE WEEKEND


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Singh’s high note Fijian, Exmoor Country Club emerge as winners at Constellation SENIOR PLAYERS major

BY BILL MCLEAN

The contrast was stark. Early in the third round of the Constellation SENIOR PLAYERS Championship at Exmoor Country Club in Highland Park on July 14, 59-year-old Tom Lehman, walking a fairway with one of his playing partners, said something that made the playing partner guffaw. Not far from the laughter, 60-year-old Bernhard Langer walked alone resolutely, in between holes, his ageless face the picture of no-nonsense. It’s the face the German would wear after a hole-in-one — and after a double bogey. “I’m a big fan of Bernard Langer,” Lake Forest High School golfer and senior-to-be Danny Fisher said just outside a rope on a course that had never staged a professional event until last weekend’s PLAYERS, one of five PGA Champions Tour majors. “Bernhard’s workout regimen … amazing. His accuracy off the tee is impressive, and under the gun, when he’s on a green and has to make a putt, he’s clutch. No one on the senior tour is better.” The best senior tour player last weekend, after four rounds and a pair of playoff holes: Vijay Singh, 55, a three-time major champion

“This is great, getting to watch some of the world’s best players play on a classic course like this one, right here on the North Shore. Many of the players are accessible, approachable.”

and former World No. 1. Singh edged Jeff Maggert on the second playoff hole July 15 after both had toured the course four times in 20-under-par. It was Singh’s first PGA Champions Tour (for pros 50 and older) major. “This is great, getting to watch some of the world’s best players play on a classic course like

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the Scouts’ No. 4 man (26th-place tie) at state last fall. “It looks great.” Miguel Angel Jimenez, wearing a blinding neon-yellow shirt (think the color of the Tour de France leader’s top) and smoking a cigar, eyed a hole — with his attentive caddy a gimme’s distance away — as he lined up a putt on the Exmoor practice green following the PLAYERS third round last weekend. One of the most colorful men on the PGA Champions Tour, the Spaniard appeared laser-focused and oblivious to the other players traversing the green this way and that way, his gnawed-at cigar having been reduced f rom a cylinder to a mangled stub. Jimenez tapped a putt. The ball rolled cleanly for several feet and then just missed. To the right. Close, but no … Wait. Close, with cigar.

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420,000: Amount in dollars won by champion Vijay Singh at last weekend’s Constellation SENIOR PLAYERS Championship at Exmoor Country Club in Highland Park. 0: Number of bogeys carded in each of the four rounds by Singh on the back nine of the par-72 course. 2: Rounds of 64 shot by PGA Champions Tour competitors in the fourth round at the PLAYERS last weekend: Jerry Kelly (fourthplace tie, -17) and Duffy Waldorf (sixth-place tie, -16). 7,129: Length in yards of the Exmoor golf

V IS FOR VICTORY — AND VIJAY: Fijian Vijay Singh birdied the second playoff hole to edge Jeff Maggert and capture the Constellation SENIOR PLAYERS Championship at Exmoor Country Club in Highland Park on July 15. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

this one, right here on the North Shore,” said Paul Kissane, standing next to fellow Winnetkan Bob Desmond near the par-three green at No. 8. “Many of the players are accessible, approachable.” And serious about honing their craft. Still. “It was 5 p.m., [after the second round on July 13],” and I noticed Vijay Singh, all alone, practicing his putting,” Kissane added. “A grinder, grinding away.” Recent Lake Forest High School graduate Mike Seaman putted, drove and pitched alongside Rocco Mediate during the event’s pro-am on July 11. Mediate lost a sudden-death hole (after an18-hole playoff round) to Tiger Woods

at the 2008 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines Golf Course in San Diego. Mediate finished in a tie for 20th place (-11) at the PLAYERS last weekend. Seaman shot a 78-68, seventh place, at the Class 3A state meet last fall, pacing the Scouts’ runner-up finish at The Den at Fox Creek Golf Course in Bloomington “I expected the scores to be low this weekend,” said Seaman, who hopes to make the men’s golf team as a walk-on freshman at the University of Denver. “The course is in great shape.” The look of the course struck Fisher, too. “All props to Exmoor for getting this course ready and looking the way it does,” said Fisher,

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1896: Year the Exmoor golf course was built. It’ the third oldest club in Illinois. 37: Number of career PGA Tour Champions titles won by Bernhard Langer. It ranks second all-time behind Hale Irwin’s 45. 1: Number of putters bought by Bart Bryant at DICK’S Sporting Goods in 2018. A native of Winter Garden, Florida, he purchased the stick last month hoping to cure his putting woes. Bryant finished in a tie for sixth place (-16) at the PLAYERS last weekend. 140: John Daly’s two-day total (72-68) at the SENIOR PLAYERS last weekend before withdrawing because of severe pain in his right knee on July 14. THE NORTH SHORE WEEKEND


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Real estate broker right at home on a bike course money at the seventh annual Northwestern Medicine Lake Bluff Criterium on July 21. The Lake Bluff event, helmed again by proficient Race Director Marco Colbert, is part of the 10-racesin-10-days Intelligentsia Cup Series ( July 20-29), powered by SRAM. Team Intelligentsia-Allied usually fields between one and seven entrants per race. “The Lake Bluff Criterium course is technical,” says the lean 6-foot-2, 163-pound Heagney, who majored in exercise science at Illinois State University in Bloomington and worked as a personal trainer off and on for eight years at Lake Forest Health & Fitness Center. “I like technical courses, courses with a lot of turns. And Lake Bluff ’s course has a slight uphill finish. “Racing,” he adds, “gives me a calm adrenaline rush. My heart rate gets to 170 or so in races, but I feel Zen-like at the same time. You could compare racing on a bike to a chess match. You’re not just pedaling and turning out there; you’re thinking, too, coming up with a strategy.” Heagney, as a board-game chess player? “Not very good,” he admits with a bikeseat-wide smile, after taking the first bite in his order — bacon and cheese omelet, muffin and orange slices — at Bluffington’s Café in Lake Bluff. A 44-year-old Heagney crossed first in the Masters 35-plus (age) Level 1 category at the 2014 Lake Bluff Criterium. If you’re looking for a man who’s as passionate about cycling as he is about his prof ess i o n , look for Mike Heagney, a matchmaker

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Ricky lived in Mike Heagney’s Palatine neighborhood decades ago. Ricky owned a bicycle; Heagney did not. Heagney borrowed Ricky’s bike one day. Heagney was five years old and had never mounted a bike, any kind of bike. Fearless and determined and confident, he got on Ricky’s bike and grabbed the handlebars. No training wheels. No mom ( Joanne) on one side of the bike and dad ( Jim) on the other, both running awkwardly to keep up and catch their son should he tilt too far to the right or to far the left. Heagney pedaled and pedaled all by himself, stayed balanced, pedaled and pedaled some more. Freedom. “I taught myself,” Heagney, now 48, recalls. The lesson lasted five minutes. He did not need a second one. “It was a great neighborhood for kids,” adds Heagney, whose first bike was a red Schwinn Stingray. “There were nine of us, all the same age. For my good buddies, Don and Dave Hallsten, and me, we biked to exit the neighborhood and explore other towns. We had the bike bug. We biked to Arlington Heights, Barrington Hills, all over, sometimes all the way to Glencoe Beach, sometimes stopping to chat with serious adult cyclists, guys in their 20s and 30s. “The times we went to Glencoe Beach,” he adds, “my parents thought we were still in the neighborhood.” The future 1988 Fremd High School graduate never shook the bike bug, discovering the joys of training for and competing in local and Midwest bicycle races as a teen. He kicked the sport of soccer to the sideline, for good, sometime after his freshman year. Biking became his beautiful game. He whirred toward finish lines 50, sometimes 60, times a year, collecting hundreds of trophies, each currently hibernating somewhere in the basement of his parents’ house in Mundelein. You’ve heard of Lance Armstrong. Heagney raced against him a few times. “My favorite cyclist, while growing up, was Greg LeMond,” Heagney says of the three-time (1986, 1989-90) Tour de France winner and the first nonEuropean professional cyclist to win cycling’s most prestigious event. Heagney, a broker with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff Realty Group in Lake Forest and a Lake Bluff resident (since May), still races these days. He won’t have to travel far to compete in a bike race this weekend. Heagney, primarily a sprinter on wheels, and other members of his Intelligentsia-Allied team are set to hit the streets of his new hometown and vie for prize

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when he’s not wearing a bicycle helmet. “That’s what we do, match people with homes,” says Heagney, in his 10th year with Berkshire Hathaway. “A home, for many, is the largest, most emotional purchase of their lives. Part of my job is to help a buyer make sense of it, because there are business ramifications, personal ramifications,

Racing gives me a calm adrenaline rush. My heart rate gets to 170 or so in races, but I feel Zen-like at the same time.

and you have to love where you live. It’s rewarding work. There’s nothing more rewarding for me than the time after the process is done, sometimes a rollercoaster of a process, and handing the keys to the house to a buyer, seeing a smile, seeing the smiles of the other family members. I have fun with the process, but I don’t take it lightly.” Heagney also finds the time to share his vast knowledge of cycling with avid cyclists, ranging in age from 12 to 80, as an instructor with Vision Quest Coaching in Highland Park. “I stress safety,” he says. Among his favorite stress-free activities: time with friends at a jazz club, while enjoying an IPA beer, and performing at a block party in either Lincoln Park or his former hometown Libertyville. Heagney plays the drums. Want a good laugh with Heagney? Ask him about the time he competed in ESPN’s Summer X Games, as an inline skater, and ESPN aired footage of his wipeout on its Not Top 10 segment. Again and again and again. Away from his drum set, away from his bicycle, Heagney comes across as a serene man, a contemplative sort. “I’m going one to two miles per hour on the outside,” he says. “But I’m racing a million miles per hour on the inside.” Thirteen races will be staged at this year’s Northwestern Medicine Lake Bluff Criterium on July 21, beginning with the Juniors (ages 9-14) category at 9 a.m. The last race, the Pro/1/2, is scheduled to begin at 6:35 p.m. The Block Party — food, libations, live music — on the Village Green runs concurrently. For more information, please visit lakebluffcriterium.com. THE NORTH SHORE WEEKEND


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