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Remembering John McGovern

Lifeguard chairs have their day in the sun

FRIENDS AND FAMILY PAY TRIBUTE TO A NORTH SHORE BUSINESSMAN, CIVIC LEADER AND PHILANTHROPIST EDITED BY SHERRY THOMAS

John McGovern, a North Shore businessman who worked in the highest levels of politics and government, died Friday, July 13, from a suspected heart condition. He was 48. Known affectionately as “Johnny” to close friends and family, McGovern’s memory was honored at a recent funeral service at Church of the Holy Spirit in Lake Forest, and he was laid to rest privately. He is survived by his beloved wife of seven years, Wentworth Caldwell McGovern, and their two young boys, Caldwell Armour McGovern (4) and Watson Greeley McGovern (2). He is also survived by his mother, Karen Osborne McGovern of Lake Forest, and his sister, Courtney Osborne McGovern of Chicago. In addition,

BOARD OUT OF HIS MIND: Curt “Thor” Kalousek of Lake Forest is the creative force behind two start-up companies, Tan Foot Lifestyle and John Hans Board Company. Thor built the paddleboard he is hoisting. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER BY LIBBY ELLIOTT

Don’t tell North Shore resident and avid sailor Curt Kalousek he’s living in a “flyover

state.” “Ask any experienced sailor and they’ll tell you the Great Lakes aren’t really lakes; they’re inland seas,” said Kalousek, a former Eagle Scout. “We get 20-foot waves out there.”

Growing up in Rockford in the 1980s, Kalousek fondly recalls camping in Door County’s Peninsula State Park with his Continued on PG 12

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NEWS JOHN MCGOVERN Cont. from PG 1 he is survived by his in-laws, long standing Nashville natives, Wentworth and Barry Caldwell, as well as three sisters-in-law: Ashley Caldwell Levi ( Joe), Barry Caldwell, Liza Caldwell Coleman (Greg) and numerous nieces and nephews. John is preceded in death by his father, John E. McGovern, Jr. (“Jack”). Born in Chicago, he attended Lake Forest Country Day School before boarding at Deerfield Academy in Deerfield, Mass.  In 1991, John graduated with honors from Princeton University with a degree in American History and a Certificate from the American Studies Program. While at Princeton, John was a member of the Ivy Club as well as Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. John would go on to to earn his J.D. from the Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law and was admitted to the Illinois Bar. John worked at the highest levels of politics and government, serving as a top aide to the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives for over seven years. During his tenure, John worked as both an official and campaign press secretary, and assumed a variety of other roles overseeing communications programs, fundraising, and campaign strategy. John also ran a multimillion dollar national political action committee, Keep Our Majority PAC, where he served as executive director, leading integration of the Speaker’s national political strategy with the National Republican Congressional Committee and GOP congressional candidates across the country. He also held leadership roles in a number of key federal campaigns, including serving as Campaign Manager for U.S. Rep. Mark Kirk’s first campaign in Illinois’ 10th District in 2000 as well as Communications Director for U.S. Senator Peter Fitzgerald’s 1998 race in Illinois. Prior to

campaign work, John served as Press Secretary tor on television and radio outlets in the Chicago for the Illinois Republican Party from 1994-98. market, and was quoted widely in national and In 1999, the Chicago Sun-Times recognized John local publications across the country. as one of “30 Under 30” leading professionals in After his work with politicians, John spent the Chicago area seven years for his success in at Resolute Conpolitics and sulting, LLC, a public affairs. leading national John continued public affairs and to be involved strategic commuwith policy and nications firm politics at the based in Chicago. state and federal As executive vice levels, serving as president, John  lead the a senior advisor to U.S. Rep. Bob firm’s Corporate, Dold during his Financial & 2010 and 2012 Legal Communicampaigns and to cations practice group.  In 2017, Andy McKenna, a he became a former chairman of the Illinois principal in ThurRepublican Party s t on G ro u p, and candidate for managing strateGovernor. In gic initiatives for 2008, John orgathe private-equinized and directty firm. Outside of his ed all planning, programming, professional and fundraising career, John was for the Illinois a  leader in a number of busiDelegation to the ness, civic and Republican Nacharitable orgational Convennizations. He tion in MinneapJohn McGovern at The Art Institute of Chicago last served on the olis-St. Paul; he year. attended every Corporate Board Republican conof Directors of vention since 1996. As a respected voice in the the Boys & Girls Clubs of Chicago and held the political debate, John was a frequent commenta- position of Vice President of the Auxiliary Board

T-shirts, hats and paddle boards, with future plans to expand into craft beer and branded events. This summer, Kiddles Sports in Lake Forest is Grandpa John, a World War II veteran. Kalousek stocking limited edition John Hans Board likes to reminisce about long, summer days spent Company T-shirts, featuring silk-screened drawswimming at local beaches and windsurfing on ings of the North Shore’s distinct beach lifeguard Green Bay near Fish Creek Harbor. chairs. Too young to drive, the pre-teen Kalousek The T-shirts were inspired by the dozens of would sail his “dates” to Wilson’s Ice Cream Parlor black-and-white photos Kalousek snapped on his in nearby Ephraim, hoping to woo them with his sailing trips up and down the Great Lakes. “I started noticing that every town’s lifeguard nautical prowess. “I’d be like, ‘You’ve got a car? Well, I’ve got a chairs were slightly different,” said Kalousek. boat,’” said Kalousek. Kalousek also started noticing that some With his laid-back, sea dog-style and youthful Midwestern-beach towns were discontinuing their exuberance, some might say Kalousek — also lifeguarding programs to control costs, choosing known as “Thor” — is a Great Lakes version of instead to post “Swim at Your Own Risk” signs Florida’s Jimmy Buffett. Most comfortable to waive their liability. wearing flip flops, board shorts and a T-shirt of “In some ways, these chairs have become a his own design, he is the perfect embodiment of symbol of the past,” said Kalousek. “I want to the North Shore’s chill, summertime vibe: those capture them before they disappear.” precious three months each year when local Kiddle Sports stocks T-shirts featuring the residents peel off their down coats and relax with distinct beach lifeguard chairs of Lake Forest and beach BBQs, boat rides and dips in Lake Mich- Lake Bluff, and Kalousek hopes to expand the igan. collection to other North Shore communities, Now married and settled in Lake Forest with including Highland Park, Wilmette and Evanston. his wife, Theresa, and their 3-year-old daughter, And rather than sell the $25 beach lifeguard Lilly, the former advertising executive now makes chair T-shirts through his website, they are carried a living delivering boats up and down the Great exclusively through Kiddle Sports, a reflection of Lakes and Atlantic. Nonetheless, he’s hoping to Kalousek’s commitment to supporting local busichannel those endless, Midwestern-summers of nesses. his youth into a full-fledged lifestyle brand. “I could sell these online, but that’s not fun,” Kalousek’s two start-up companies, Tan Foot said Kalousek. “To me, the health of a commuLifestyle and John Hans Board Company (an nity is based on the mom and pop stores that are homage to Kalousek’s Grandpa John) are slowly still around. If you’re wearing this T-shirt, it means rolling out products that embody the Midwest’s you were shopping in Lake Forest.” unique beach culture. Current offerings include In the meantime, Kalousek is earning praise LIFEGUARD CHAIRS Cont. from PG 1

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for his handcrafted, customordered wooden paddleboards inlayed with intricate carvings. A John Hans board inlayed with a wooden-carving of the Chicago skyline hangs on a wall in Kalousek’s sunroom. And in his basement workroom, Kalousek is slowly crafting a paddleboard inlayed with a detailed map of the Great Lakes. Kalousek, who spends an average of 40-60 hours carving a John Hans custom-made inlay alone, said his boards look just as displayed underfoot as they do hanging on a wall. “When you’re on something that’s hand-built, it’s got a different feeling from something that’s been machine produced,” he said. Despite ambitious plans for a Tan Foot Lifestyle-branded beer, plus live events like beach volleyball tournaments, Kalousek still takes time for sailing and paddle boarding expeditions with his family, making sure he lives up to his company’s official tagline: “Forget work. Enjoy the beach.” For more information, visit jhans.com.

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of the Art Institute of Chicago at the time of his death. In addition, John was a devoted member of the Elawa Farm Foundation Board and was the  great-grandson of A. Watson and Elsa Armour, who had originally founded and owned Elawa Farm. John previously served as a longtime member of the Illinois Government Affairs Group, on the Board of the Rush Medical Center Associates and on President’s Leadership Council at the Field Museum. From 2009-2011, John was a Fellow in the Emerging Leaders Program of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. “The Forest Park Project in Lake Forest was privileged to have John be our PR consultant,” says Lake Forest resident Joan DePree. “He was brilliant, funny and always a gentleman. John was also a close personal friend to my family. His loss is a heartbreaker.” A true Chicagoan, McGovern loved the city as evidenced by his support of the arts, culture and community in Chicago as well as his passionate support for Chicago sports teams—especially the Cubs and Blackhawks. John could be found on the third-base line cheering on his team and flagging down the beer man. His son Caldwell attended his first game with his father this past spring. John also loved to be outdoors— hunting and fishing—just as his father had taught him at the family cabin in northern Wisconsin. He was an avid reader, devouring historical biographies; a weekend golfer who enjoyed the tradition of the game and the camaraderie of his playing partners; and a fierce bridge player. But according to family members, his greatest rewards were his roles as a devoted husband to his wife Wentworth and as a father to their sons Caldwell and Watson. Based on the outpouring at his recent memorial service, he is a man who will be missed by many whose legacy will endure for generations.

Curt “Thor” Kalousek wears a T-shirt depicting the lifeguard chairs at Lake Forest’s Forest Park Beach. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

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A cherished tradition LAKE FOREST DAY SALUTES AMERICAN LEGION’S CENTENNIAL AND TWO OTHER COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS. BY KARINA KAVANAGH

Lake Forest Day is one of those community traditions we tend to take for granted. It happens every year in early August and has come to include two days of parades and parties and celebrations of all that makes our city unique. But did you ever wonder how it all got started? We did some digging into the history, which was covered nearly a decade ago in the Lake Forest Day book by Arcadia Publishing. While American Legion Post 264 is known for hosting the annual event today, the first Lake Forest Day was organized by the Lake Forest Woman’s Club.  The inaugural event—which included a hot air balloon contest, a cutest baby contest, a mind-reading dog, and a vaudeville show—funded the Contagious Hospital, which eventually merged into Lake Forest Hospital. The woman’s club ran the event until 1921, when the American Legion took over and has continued a celebration that has changed with the times to reflect national events and cultural shifts. During World War II, Lake Forest Day had more patriotic themes such as “Home Defense,” “Prelude to Victory” or “On to Tokyo.” Now in its 110th year, Lake Forest Day is the largest annual celebration in the city and is attended by thousands. This year’s Lake Forest Day events salute the national American Legion organization on its 100th anniversary, the Lake Forest/ Lake Bluff Historical Society and the new Lake Forest Hospital. Festivities begin on Tuesday, July 31, with carnival rides, live music, and food from  6-10

p.m. at West Park. Lake Forest Day continues the m o r n i n g o f   We d n e s d ay, August 1, with the Lake Forest Day 5K Fun Run at  7 a.m.  at Deerpath Community Park followed by the official Lake Forest Day Parade at  10 a.m.  in downtown Lake Forest. This year’s parade will salute and recognize the three honorees with special re c o g n i t i on o f Reading Power, an organization focused on supporting children’s literacy, for its educational support. When all the floats have passed, return to West Park for more carnival festivities, music, and refreshments until 11 p.m. Once again this year there will be two raffles with opportunities to win cash prizes from $150 to $10,000.  All proceeds from the raffles Fans can follow the festivities (before, go to several programs for both youth during and after) on social media on the and veterans supported by the Legion Lake Forest Day Facebook page or check for details at lakeforestday.com. post.

Lake Forest Day bonus: New pedestrian courtyard at Market Square BY EMILY SPECTRE

A new pedestrian courtyard behind Market Square’s north side in downtown Lake Forest should make pedestrians stop in their tracks. With a grand opening celebration set to coincide with Lake Forest Day on Aug. 1, Lake Forest’s historic landmark recently received a makeover with help from the Lake Forest Preservation Foundation. The addition to America’s first planned shopping center — designed by renowned architect Howard Van Doren Shaw and unveiled in 1916 — has a European-style look and feel. The courtyard features plantings and brick and stone pavers, along with seating to encourage visitors to linger and relax. The new area will have an entrance next to Forest Bootery, as well as another entrance off Bank Lane near the post office. “It’s a more intimate environment, where you can get away from the hustle and bustle,” said Christiane Fischer, senior asset manager for Mid-America Asset Management, which manages Market Square. “And it’s about bringing it back to its original luster.” The space will also be used as another venue for community events. While Market Square already hosts many events, including holiday events around Halloween and Christmas, and a summer music series, the new courtyard will lend itself to even more offerings. “There are so many opportunities for events we can explore now because of this new space,” Fischer added. The family-friendly grand opening will also include live music, free gelato, a children’s craft table, and plenty more entertainment for people of all ages to enjoy. For more information and a complete schedule of events, visit shopmarketsquare.com.

Renderings of Market Square’s new courtyard, which officially opens during Lake Forest Day on Aug. 1.

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Festivals a feast for all THE 8TH ANNUAL GARLIC FESTIVAL FOLLOWS THE POPULAR BLOODY MARY FEST, BRINGING THE BEST OF CULINARY TREATS AND ENTERTAINMENT TO HIGHWOOD. BY KARINA KAVANAGH

While fans of tomato juice and over-the-top garnish are getting set for this weekend’s 9th Annual Bloody Mary Fest at Everts Park in Highwood, garlic aficionados are also getting festival fever. The village’s 8th annual Garlic Fest returns on August 15—held in conjunction with Highwood’s Evening Gourmet Market from 4:30-9:30 p.m. Also located in Everts Park (130 Highwood Avenue), this foodie fest will showcase a plethora of dishes with the ever-popular taste (and scent) of garlic, with live music and plenty of familyfriendly activities to entertain all evening long. Festival attendees will have the opportunity to sample the best of the best garlicky pastas, sandwiches, sauces and spreads. For the truly brave or the most avid fans, there will also be out-of-theordinary garlic infused dishes such as candy, pastries and cocktails. After taste-testing as many items as they can handle, patrons can vote for their favorite creations in the Sweet and Savory categories in the People’s Choice Competition. True garlic lovers can also compete to be crowned the next Royal Garlic Representative. Celebrate Highwood will crown a Garlic King, Queen, Prince, and Princess at the Fest. Interested competitors must sign up online at celebratehighwood.org, and

Market on August 8 or 15. During Garlic Fest, the contestants will present their short speech to explain why they should be crowned. Winners will be determined by judges from The Performer’s School for speech, appearance, and audience applause. The winner will receive a royal crown and be responsible for making a number of appearances at major Highwood events and potential media appearances. In a milder-smelling—but no less competitive— addition to the festivities, the Highwood Historical Society will host its 11th Annual Terrific Tomato Contest at Garlic Fest! They invite all residents of Highwood and members of the Historical Society to submit their top tomato for a chance of winning the title of “Most Terrific Tomato in Town”. The tomatoes will be weighed, calibrated and judged at the Fest, and voted on by the public for a People’s Choice award. The winning tomato takes home a $100 cash prize. It’s simple math—garlic plus tomatoes and possible fame and glory equals a great summer evening. Festival-goers enjoy the offerings at Garlic Fest last year.

prepare a 60-second speech to explain why they should be crowned Highwood’s next Royal Garlic Representative. The Garlic Princes or Princesses must be between 6 and 17 years old, while Garlic Kings and Queens must be 18 or older.

Each contestant will be given the opportunity for free coaching by professionals from The Performer’s School, the North Shore’s premier performance studio for young people, when they visit their tent at the Highwood Gourmet Evening

BEST OF FESTS: The battle for the Best Bloody Mary starts at 2 p.m. on Sunday, July 29. People’s Choice ballots can be cast in front of the judges’ stage until 4 p.m., and winners of both the Judge’s and People’s Choice will be announced at 4:30 p.m. The Garlic Fest continues the fun at Everts Park. For more information on both, visit celebratehighwood.org.

WYO multimedia fashion show a runaway success BY LIBBY ELLIOTT

This summer, Winnetka has emerged as a destination for emerging young musicians, artists and fashion designers. On July 8 — less than a month after the successful Winnetka Music Festival drew large street crowds — the Winnetka Youth Organization (WYO) packed the house for what WYO staff members have called an “outstanding” collaborative, multimedia fashion show designed and produced by Victor Pearlman, a Wilmette resident and rising senior at New Trier High School. A record 80 teens gathered in the WYO’s Teen Drop-In Center, located on the lower level of the Winnetka Community House, to hear live music, interact with artists and see new designs from Pearlman’s original clothing brand, Stay Noided. “So many teens came to this event,” said WYO’s executive director, Christina Gikas. “Being there, you felt the energy. You felt inspired.” Planning for the multimedia event began several months ago, when teens at the WYO began talking about the popular multimedia shows Pearlman regularly stages at venues in downtown Chicago, which regularly draw crowds of more than 300 teens. “A lot of our big programs at the WYO revolve around music and art,” said Gikas. “We kept hearing his name through different groups, so we got in contact.” Pearlman, who often has to rent the downtown

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venues he uses for his shows, says he was drawn to WYO’s nonprofit, community roots. “The second I sat down inside WYO’s space, I felt a sense of community,” said Pear lman. “They were incredibly generous and gave me a lot of freedom in terms of what I could do.” Founded in “Organized Chaos” fashion show. 1969, WYO’s vision is to make all teens feel welcome and accepted for who they are and experience the freedom to pursue their interests and talents, in hopes that they lead lives of integrity and service. WYO prides itself on serving teens from diverse social groups by offering relatable programing that allows teens to build new connections. Gikas and her colleagues say they were impressed by Pearlman’s ability to network and connect with

diverse groups of teens. “Victor is so inno vative, ” said Gikas. “He’s able to connect with anyone he meets. He includes every one in his vision.” Pearlman’s clothing collections are influenced by a specific social issue, and they aim to unite members of a communit y, regardless of their identity. Pearlman’s WYO runway show, “Organized Chaos”, focused on female empowerment, drawing inspiration from the current #metoo movement. Female models from local high schools, as well as Pearlman’s own mother, walked the runway in Pearlman’s industrial, high-end street wear, including branded white t-shirts and deconstructed suit jackets embellished with recycled textiles and patches.

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To demonstrate how women are often silenced in society, the show’s runway models did more than just wear Pearlman’s designs; they spoke out during the multimedia event. “Our female models were encouraged share the moments of injustice they had experienced in their lives,” said Pearlman. Pearlman also invited local bands, including Kolla, Wrench and Lower Lip Drip to perform original music at the show, while artists worked simultaneously on live art installations. “My goal with all my shows is to curate a collaborative work space,” said Pearlman. Pearlman created his clothing brand, Stay Noided, as a testament to his freshman year of high school, a period of his life when he frequently felt alone, “paranoid” and bullied. “Stay Noided celebrates individualism and promotes fearlessness,” said Pearlman. “There’s a strong anti-bullying message in all my designs. It’s about not letting anyone tell you that you can’t do something.” Now entering his senior year of high school, Pearlman says he plans to stay local for college, and he hopes to attend The School of the Art Institute of Chicago after graduation. “Watching Victor Pearlman work a room is truly remarkable,” said Mary Komlofske, program director at WYO. “He has interpersonal skills beyond his years. He’s definitely going to do some amazing things.” www.winnetkayo.org www.victorpearlman.com THE NORTH SHORE WEEKEND


W H E R E E XC E L L E NCE L I V ES

18 COUNTRY LANE | NORTHFIELD | 5 BEDROOMS | 3.2 BATHROOMS | WWW.18COUNTRYLANE.COM COUNTRY FRENCH MANOR HOME SITUATED ON AN ACRE OF PRISTINE PRIVATE PROPERTY with extensive perennial gardens. Hemphill-built with warmth and traditional charm for himself and his family. Screened porch off recently remodeled eat-in chef’s kitchen with commercial-grade appliances, coffee center, and fireplace. Cedar-beamed family room with wet bar and stone fireplace. His and her loft study/office. Elegant living room with fireplace. Arrive down private driveway to truly magical property with room for fantastic entertaining. Many custom finishes and 2 sets of staircases. Brick construction, cedar shake roof. You won the North Shore privacy award. Walking distance to brand-new state of the art Sunset Ridge Middle School. Welcome to your quintessential Northfield home. Jacquie Lewis | 847-858-2155 | jacquie.lewis@cbexchange.com | northshorehomepro.com Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage | 1741 Second Street | Highland Park, Illinois 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. Operated by a subsidiary of NRT LLC. Coldwell Banker, the Coldwell Banker logo, Coldwell Banker Global Luxury and the Coldwell Banker Global Luxury logo are service marks registered or pending registration owned by Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC.

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LIFESTYLE & ARTS

Evanston eatery evokes iconic painting

BY PETER MICHAEL

If you can scrounge up three bucks and the courage to order a fish nugget in mixed company, I can introduce you to the tastiest two-bite morsel in town. Technically, the good folks behind Kinship, which sits in the rotunda at the base of 1603 Orrington, refer to their delightful nibble as a “chicken-fried scallop shooter,” a nod to the elemental pleasures of tipping back shot glasses filled with slippery oysters or liquid shrimp cocktails. Fortunately, this “scallop shooter” is vertical and solid, and when it arrives at your table—nestled atop raw fennel and below a swirl of lemon aioli dappled with cumin, cabbage slaw and a salsa fresca—it’s a showstopper. Our bite was positioned in the middle of a black plate flecked with tiny white lines that radiated out from its center in an explosion of concentric circles. This is plating designed to convey a message. “What you’re going to bite into here,” the kitchen seemed to be telling us, “is going to detonate upon impact.” And to my surprise it delivered with a bang. Crunchy yet delicate. Meaty and briny with cold hints of licorice from the fennel. And a creamy acidic punch from the aioli and cabbage. Why rhapsodize, one might wonder, over a tiny

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snack? Because that little scallop exemplifies precisely how Kinship hopes to carefully walk the tightrope between approachability and sophistication. First and foremost, owners Carey Cooper and Gail Taggert realize that looks matter. Gone is the carrot-meets-rutabaga color scheme that characterized the space’s former tenant, Lyfe Kitchen. In its place walls are sheathed in deep midnight blues, maroon banquets curl around the room and cozy camel-hued leather line a welcoming bar. Imagine the mise-en-scène from Edward Hopper’s “Nighthawks” re-imagined for the modern age and you’ll get the sense of what’s to come. Instead of trying to hide the restaurant’s crescent-moon shaped floor plan, Cooper and Taggert have embraced it. There are so many different geometric patterns here—empty picture frames, blocky wire-framed fixtures and gorgeous circular wall sconces that beam halos of light against the wall—you almost expect someone might to slip you a trigonometry test before the wine list comes around. Oh, but it’s dazzling inside. All this soft light shines down and refracts off the round carrera marble tables and the dark gray flooring until the shadows and light swirl and dance through the room like a cup of coffee getting filled with fresh cream.

Kinship’s inaugural menu seeks to find a similar balance between simple American classics (roasted chicken, filet mignon, lobster bisque) and more robust staples from around the globe (spicy Thai curry bowls, Moroccan lamb burgers, lobster cavatelli). There’s little doubt that Vernon Hills-born chef Marco Bahena’s travels—stops in France, Spain, Nantucket and at Everest in downtown Chicago— informed the menu. Some of his presentations are canvass-worthy, especially his tuna tataki. Thick slices of raw tuna topped with bits of watermelon radish and edamame, are fanned around a central well of ginger-lime marinade as if it were an edible flower in bloom. And even something as simple as a mixed green salad with hearth-roasted chicken and tahini-miso dressing is brightened by thick curls of orange and pink carrots that wind through greens like silky ribbons. Tried and true entrees deliver the best value, especially an inexpensive hanger steak fired in the house’s Woodstone oven. The beef gets topped with a horseradish gremolata that swaps out parsley in favor of arugula to highlight the slightly spicy

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green’s subtle undercurrent of black pepper. You can’t go wrong with the house’s simple salmon either, which is glazed in a miso-mirin sauce that’s not cloyingly sweet and bolstered by pickled kumquats and crunchy kale flakes. Just make sure you save room for dessert, which aims to ensure eclairs return to their former glory. Kinship’s éclair tasting—you choose three out of five revolving options—is a must, especially if you order my personal favorite: Kinship’s lemon-meringues which is whipped up with an inspired spoonful of tart yogurt. Add an order of apple strudel, which is topped with a neutralizing creme fraiche, and you’ll be sugared up enough to become a North Shore “Nighthawk” in your own right. Kinship, (847) 563-8242, is located at 625 Davis Street, Evanston. Its website is www.kinship.restaurant. THE NORTH SHORE WEEKEND


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Socials Lifestyles of the North Shore The Winnetka Club Photography by Robin Subar

Guests from along the North Shore toured five spectacular homes during The Winnetka Club’s Lifestyles of the North Shore Housewalk. Co-chairs Marla Bagan and Rhonda Miller, President Meg Graham, PresidentElect LeAnita Ragland-Brooks, and many generous volunteers brought this annual fundraiser to life, raising funds for The Winnetka Club Scholarship Fund. In addition, each homeowner designated a nonprofit to receive funds from the proceeds, including Ravinia’s Reach*Teach*Play, Selah Freedom House, the Alzheimer’s Association, the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation and the Winnetka Historical Society. thewinnetkaclub.com

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43 Kenilworth Avenue, Kenilworth This architecturally significant Kenilworth Home (built in 1893) had been lovingly restored to a modern level of beauty and function. Situated just steps from the Kenilworth Beach and Yacht Club, this home provides unobstructed lake views from most rooms and cooling breezes from its covered porches and patio. 7 bedrooms, 5 full and 2 half baths. Offered at $3,495,000

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25. 1211 Ridgewood Dr. HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 11:30-1:30PM $399,000 Eileen Collins, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 26. 3535 Patten Road #3G HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-4 $509,000 Rina Du Toit, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.814.8648

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

27. 94 Leonard Wood South HIGHLAND PARK $499,000 Sunday 11-1pm Laura Henderson, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

15. 670 S Eaton Court LAKE FOREST TH 07-29-2018 11:00 AM 1:00 PM $600,000 Chris Puszynski 847.295.0700 16. 1180 Beverly Place LAKE FOREST TH 07-29-2018 12:00 PM 2:00 PM $770,000 Dell/Skae 312.254.0200

28. 753 County Line Rd HIGHLAND PARK Open Sunday 12-2 $999,999 Lisa Trace &Karli Mayher, Griffith, Grant &Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

17. 200 Glenwood Road LAKE FOREST TH 07-29-2018 12:00 PM 2:00 PM $1,650,000 Veech/Borders 847.881.0200

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52. 143 Birch St. WINNETKA Sunday 11:30-1:30 $1,350,000 Maryann Burke, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 53. 393 Fairview Avenue WINNETKA Sunday 12-2 $1,499,000 Maryann Burke, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 54. 932 Pine Tree WINNETKA 1-4 $2,495,000 Sherry Molitor, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 55. 1363 Hackberry WINNETKA 1-4 $3,425,000 Annie Flanagan, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 56. 139 DeWindt WINNETKA 1-4 $3,295,000 Annie Flanagan, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 57. 177 DeWindt WINNETKA 1-4 $2,485,000 Dinny Dwyer, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 58. 1075 Hill Rd. WINNETKA 1-4 $2,199,000 Sarah Dwyer, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 59. 885 Hill Rd. WINNETKA 1-4 $2,150,000 Dinny Dwyer, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 60. 564 Meadow Road WINNETKA TH 07-29-2018 12:00 PM 2:00 PM $995,000 Grant/Watson 847.881.0200 61. 927 Cherry Street WINNETKA TH 07-29-2018 2:30 PM 4:30 PM $1,649,000 Veech/Borders 847.881.0200 62. 860 Lamson Drive WINNETKA TH 07-29-2018 12:00 PM 2:00 PM $2,690,000 Grant/Watson 847.881.0200 63. 1220 Depot Unit 401 (Senior Building) GLENVIEW Saturday 12-1:30 $208,000 Peg O’Halloran, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855 64. 3004 Indianwood Rd. WILMETTE Sunday 12-2 $1,095,000 Dave Chung, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 65. 219 Central WILMETTE 1-4 $2,445,000 Bev and Marshall Fleischman, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 66. 2231 Thornwood Avenue WILMETTE TH 07-29-2018 12:00 PM 2:00 PM $1,199,000 Michelangelo Siracki 847.881.0200 67. 1133 ASHLAND Avenue WILMETTE TH 07-29-2018 2:00 PM 4:00 PM $1,695,000 Mary Baubonis 847.881.0200 68. 2229 Crestview WILMETTE $885,000 Sunday 1-3 Carrie Nadler Healy, Compass 847.507.7666

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Where memories are made. Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, One Bennett Park is the preeminent private address located at Lake Shore Drive and Grand Avenue, set on a two-acre park designed by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates. Two to four bedroom condominiums, including penthouses. Homes delivering 2019. onebennettpark.com/condo 312 662 1900 By appointment

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Houses of the Week

Location: 545 Somerset Lane, Northfield, Illinois 60093 Size: 5 Bedrooms | 4.3 Baths Price: $2,450,000

Location: 825 Roslyn Ter, Evanston, IL 60201 Size: 5 bedrooms, 4.1 baths Price: $1,099,000

Location: 925 E Illinois Rd, Lake Forest Size: 3 bedrooms, 3.1 baths Price: $1,350,000

Move right into your dream home! Sunlight-filled, award-winning 5 bed/4.3 bath builder’s home designed by Balsamo, Olson & Lewis is set on a professionally-landscaped acre with a heated swimming pool and fenced backyard, all on coveted Somerset Lane. Gorgeous chef ’s kitchen with white quartzite countertops, Sub-Zero fridge, 2 Miele dishwashers, 6-burner Wolf stove, and separate eating and office areas. Impeccable finishes, high ceilings, hardwood floors, hardwired music, built-ins, and plenty of storage. All bedrooms are en suite with custom walk-in closets.

This beautiful and gracious 3 story English Tudor landmark home located on a coveted street is full of vintage charm. It was built by Marshall, the architect who designed the Drake Hotel. A bright family room overlooks the professionally landscaped yard and garden. Updated kitchen has a butler’s pantry, cherry cabinets, stainless appliances, granite counters and Morris tile backsplash. 3rd floor has sauna, bedroom, full bath. Partially finished basement with recreation room and wine cellar.

One of a kind property, built in 1916 as part of the Cyrus McCormick estate. Originally built as the “gardeners cottage” for the estate, a few of the original estate vestiges remain. Fabulous conservatory added to replace original greenhouse, use as a greenhouse with an attached potting shed or as additional living space. Kitchen remodeled. Master bedroom addition includes additional family room on the 2nd floor. 3+ car heated garage. On one very private acre.

Exclusively Presented By: Erin Charchut @properties 847.881.0200 erincharchut@atproperties.com 847.308.2589

Exclusively Presented By: Claire Sucsy and Susan Roche Coldwell Banker Residential Evanston Claire (847) 409-3737/ Susan (847) 425-3788 claire.sucsy@cbexchange.com / susan.roche@cbexchange.com / Info@RoysterLenzkeGroup.com

Exclusively Presented By: Marina Carney & Andy Mrowiec, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors ®   Marina Carney mcarney@gglrealty.com 847.274.5566

Location: 1507 Sunset Road, Highland Park Size: 7+1 Bedrooms / 7.1 Baths Price: $1,689,000

Location: 1100 N. Green Bay Road, Lake Forest Size: 5+1 Beds/6.1 Baths Price: $1,899,000

Built in 2001, with over 7500sf of finished living space, the first floor features an open floor plan, high ceilings, a huge cook’s kitchen with breakfast area, mud room, bed/full bath, office, sun room and a spacious family room right in the middle of it all. Upstairs find a master suite with sitting room, newly remodeled master bath, balcony and spectacular closets. Laundry is  upstairs. The finished lower level makes a great recreation space and has lots of storage. The backyard is simply unparalleled with a pool, spa, Bluestone patio, garden, gazebo w/TV, Wolf grill, pergola, gated dog run, fountain, fire pit and a POOL HOUSE with full bath, laundry and lounge...all impeccably landscaped. The views of the golf course, heated 3-car garage and circular driveway make it an absolute

Beautiful French Provincial located in the heart of LF! Soaring ceilings impress upon entry. Walls of windows bathe the home in natural light. 2 story entry w/a circular staircase. Liv Rm w/bright windows & fireplace. Custom cherry wood office. . The formal Din Rm has a butler’s pantry. The kitchen is a chef ’s delight w expansive granite island, walk in pantry and new high end SS appliances! Amazing family room w/sun burst windows, cathedral ceiling & fireplace. Lovely sun room. The master suite is has its own sitting room, private bath & grand closet space. The finished basement has great entertainment space. This is an enchanting home on over an acre of wooded property.

Exclusively Presented By: Alberts + Maletsky 847-951-2007 Alberts.maletsky@bairdwarner.com

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Exclusively Presented By: Maureen O’Grady-Tuohy Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.845.6444 MOgrady@KoenigRubloff.com

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NORTH SHORE FEATURED LISTINGS

WWW.319ADAMS.COM 463 Hermitage, Deerfield $369,000 Skirving Team P 847.924.4119 G 847.863.3614

720 Central, Evanston $1,545,000 Skirving Team P 847.924.4119 G 847.863.3614

319 Adams, Glencoe

580 Vernon, Glencoe Debbie Buckner

275 Linden, Glencoe Carolyn Duris / Karen Arenson

Janet Borden 847.833.3171

$1,025,000 Jacquie Lewis 847.858.2155

OPEN SUNDAY 1-2:30PM 454 Jackson Avenue, Glencoe Debra Kruger

$749,000 847.302.0550

$689,000 847.644.5489

WWW.224LINDENPARK.INFO 707 Glenridge Drive, Glenview Monica Corbett

$2,800,000 847.975.5611

$375,000 847.334.1600

WWW.787BALDWIN.COM

224 Linden Park Place, Highland Park $1,150,000 Janet Borden 847.833.3171

787 Baldwin, Highland Park Janet Borden

$1,150,000 847.833.3171

1920 Waterford Court, Highland Park $799,000 Jamie Roth 847.219.6400

1057 Brittany, Highland Park Jamie Roth

$739,000 847.219.6400

OPEN SUNDAY 1-4PM 1436 Sunnyside, Highland Park The CML Team

$959,000 847.579.9214

Highalnd Park Coldwell Banker | 1741 2nd Street | 847.433.5400

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Winnetka Coldwell Banker | 568 Lincoln Avenue | 847-446-4000

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THE BEST CALL COLDWELL BANKER HOME

JUST LISTED 956 Brittany, Highland Park Jamie Roth

$649,500 847.219.6400

423 Ashland Place, Highland Park Jacquie Lewis

$649,000 847.858.2155

1241 Linden, Highland Park Janet Borden

$595,000 847.833.3171

1049 Jensen Drive, Lake Forest Debra Kruger

$1,599,000 847 302.0550

1640 Sunset Ridge Road, Northbrook $789,000 Skirving Team P 847.924.4119 G 847.863.3614

312 Dickens, Northfield Sally O’Donnell

$650,000 314.422.5215

8070 Arbor Lane, Northfield Amy Rowe & Pam McClamroch

PENDING 156 Oxford, Kenilworth $1,450,000 Skirving Team P 847.924.4119 G 847.863.3614

OPEN SUNDAY 1-2:30PM 2089 Old Willow Road, Northfield Denise M. Kellar

$769,000 847.650.9595

COMING SOON 317 Latrobe, Northfield $475,000 Skirving Team P 847.924.4119 G 847.863.3614

2800 Romona Court, Wilmette Vicki Nelson

$525,000 847.372.6389

JUST COMPLETED $2,495,000 847.962.3739

111 5th Street, Wilmette Monica Corbett

$1,599,000 847/975.5611

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NORTH SHORE FEATURED LISTINGS

420 Pine Manor Drive, Wilmette $1,325,000 B 847.217.0494 M 847.642.2363 The Fleischmans

2406 Pomona Lane, Wilmette $999,000 The Fleischmans B 847.217.0494 M 847.642.2363

220 Locust Road, Wilmette $975,000 The Fleischmans B 847.217.0494 M 847.642.2363

NEW PRICE

NEW PRICE

3267 Sprucewood Lane, Wilmette $620,000 The Fleischmans B 847.217.0494 M 847.642.2363

3436 Riverside Drive, Wilmette $619,000 The Fleischmans B 847.217.0494 M 847.642.2363

1410 Sheridan Unit 5A, Wilmette Suzanne Martin

$370,000 847.471.3150

932 Pine Tree, Winnetka Sherry Molitor

110 Glenwood, Winnetka Sherry Molitor

$1,645,000 847.204.6282

86 Indian Hill Road, Winnetka Ann George

$5,400,000 847.989.8012

Highalnd Park Coldwell Banker | 1741 2nd Street | 847.433.5400

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$2,495,000 847.204.6282

Winnetka Coldwell Banker | 568 Lincoln Avenue | 847-446-4000

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THE BEST CALL COLDWELL BANKER HOME

OPEN SUNDAY $1,525,000 847.962.3739

393 Fairview Avenue, Winnetka Maryann Burke

$1,145,000 847.881.6361

375 Hawthorn Lane, Winnetka $1,035,000 Skirving Team P 847.924.4119 G 847.863.3614

105 Woodley, WInnetka Vicki Nelson

$1,499,000 847.899.5508

143 Birch St, Winnetka Maryann Burke

$1,350,000 847.899.5508

801 Locust, Winnetka $1,065,000 Skirving Team P 847.924.4119 G 847.863.3614

1336 Scott Avenue, Winnetka Sherry Molitor

$1,045,000 847.204.6282

1548 Tower Road, Winnetka $949,999 B 847.217.0494 M 847.642.2363 The Fleischmans

1236 Oak, Winnetka $759,000 Skirving Team P 847.924.4119 G 847.863.3614

PRICE REDUCTION 5 Woodley Manor, Winnetka Dee Ann Nicholas

UNDER CONTRACT

THIS IS HOME 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.

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WHERE EXCELLENCE LIVES

GLENCOE, IL | $5,495,000 434 Greenleaf

Hilde Wheeler Carter 847.533.4533

WINNETKA, IL | $3,425,000 1363 Hackberry

Annie Flanagan 847.867.9236

GLENCOE, IL | $3,360,000 1009 Sheridan

Linda Jacobson 847.217.6629 Glo Matlin 847.951.4040

WINNETKA, IL | $3,295,000 139 DeWindt

Annie Flanagan 847.867.9236

Sherry Molitor 847.204.6282

WINNETKA, IL | $2,485,000 177 DeWindt

Dinny Dwyer 847.217.5146

WINNETKA, IL | $2,495,000 932 Pine Tree COLDWELLBANKERLUXURY.COM

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NEW TRIER LUXURY HOME TOUR Sunday, July 29 | 1 - 4 PM

WILMETTE, IL | $2,445,000 219 Central

Beverly Fleischman 847.217.0494 Marshall Fleischman 847.642.2363

WINNETKA, IL | $2,325,000 830 Glen Oak

Linda Jacobson 847.217.6629 Peggy Glickman 847.212.4610

WINNETKA, IL | $2,150,000 885 Hill

Dinny Dwyer 847.217.5146

Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847.446.4000 Coldwell Banker Glencoe 847.835.0236

WINNETKA, IL | $2,199,000 1075 Hill

Sarah Dwyer 847.727.4619

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 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, the Coldwell Banker logo, Coldwell Banker Global Luxury and the Coldwell Banker Global Luxury logo are service marks registered or pending registration owned by Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC

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Hot Opportunities Open Sunday

1-3pm

New Listing 103 Prospect Avenue | Highland Park 4 bedrooms | 3.2 baths | $2,995,000

1894 Lake Avenue | Highland Park 5 bedrooms | 4.2 baths | $1,895,000

444 Cedar Avenue | Highland Park 5 bedrooms | 4.1 baths | $1,150,000

Stunning Tony Grunsfeld-designed home with 1st-floor master and Rocco Fiore-designed landscaping sits on .86 acres near the lake.

Magnificent historic home just one block from the lake, meticulously updated and redesigned for modern living.

Exciting architect-designed modernist home built to maximize views of the breathtaking .86-acre ravine property.

Open Sunday

1-3pm

New Price/Motivated Seller

Under Contract

Includes Separate Coach House

1031 Meadow Road | Glencoe 4 bedrooms | 2.1 baths | $826,500

1735 Sherwood Road | Highland Park 4 bedrooms | 2.1 baths | $569,000

344 Elm Place | Highland Park 5 bedrooms | 3 baths | $649,000

Quintessential Frank Lloyd Wright, designed by the architect in 1914 and now updated for modern living.

Spectacular glass conservatory transforms this classic Sherwood Forest 2-story into a private haven.

Restored and updated Prairie School home by architect John S. Van Bergen in perfect in-town location.

Julie Deutsch 847.217.1277 Julie.Deutsch@cbexchange.com

Cathy Deutsch 773.852.3221 Cathy.Deutsch@cbexchange.com

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. Š2018 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.

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NEW PRICE!

546 Westley Road | $1,875,000

Custom Brick Colonial

Just Under a Half Acre Overlooking the Golf Course!

Sara Cohen 847.219.3317

Jody Handler-Dickstein 847.651.7100

Sara.Cohen@cbexchange.com saracohen.cbintouch.com

Jody.Dickstein@cbexchange.com jodyhdickstein.com

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.

CONCIERGE REALTORS® SERVING THE NORTH SHORE

What Makes Us Different?

What:

LIST WITH US, and we will MANAGE all of the details!

Where: Ravinia Food Trucks

COLORING CONTEST for children with prizes!

When: Thursday, August 2, 5–7 p.m.

Optional Services:

Sandy Werner 847-363-0646

Joan Field 847-624-8500

• Discarding

• Packing

• Decluttering

• Utilities

• Repairing

• Moving

• Staging

• Technology

We look forward to meeting you!

• Cleaning

CALL US

for a complimentary market evaluation! sandyandjoan@gmail.com | concierge-realtors.com 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.

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GLENCOE | OPEN SUNDAY — 1 TO 3 PM 539 DUNDEE ROAD | $665,000

11 rooms — 3 bedrooms — 2.1 bathrooms | Great home with spacious rooms, close to town and train.

DEERFIELD

1653 GARAND DRIVE | $1,095,000

13 rooms — 4 bedrooms — 4.1 bathrooms | Exceptional newer construction home on large, private lot backing up to park.

Don’t Miss these special homes!

JANIE BRESS 847.217.7144 Janie.Bress@cbexchange.com JanieBress.com

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.

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SUCCESSFUL | SAVVY | PROFESSIONAL | FULL SERVICE

SOLD 2024 Harrison Avenue Mundelein

SOLD 1632 Linden Avenue Highland Park*

SOLD 1329 Wilshire Drive Naperville*

SOLD 228 Belaire Drive Buffalo Grove

SOLD 725 W. Hickory Street Mundelein*

SUMMER KEEPS HEATING UP SOLD 94 Oakmont Road Highland Park

SOLD 1896 Elmwood Drive Highland Park

SOLD 2590 Crestwood Lane Riverwoods*

SOLD UNDER CONTRACT 2068 Tanglewood Court Highland Park

1035 Carlyle Terrace Highland Park

*Represented the buyer

The MAX Group Expertise:

CRS - Certified Residential Specialists | JD - Juris Doctor | RENE - Real Estate Negotiation Expert | Luxury Property Specialist | SRES - Senior Real Estate Specialist

THE

TheMaxGroupColdwellBanker.com MAXINE | MARK | CARLY

GROUP

Maxine Goldberg

Carly Jones

Mark Goldberg

847.922.4815 312.391.3170 847.254.8800 Maxine.Goldberg@cbexchange.com Carly.Jones@cbexchange.com Mark.Goldberg@cbexchange.com

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.

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W H E R E E XC E L L E NCE L I V ES

OPEN SUNDAY | JULY 29, 1-4PM | PRICE REDUCED East of Sheridan Road on an acre of lush landscaping, a courtyard entry welcomes you to this masterfully constructed custom home. Enjoy timeless design and unsurpassed finishes, redesigned and expanded by noted architect Robert Coffin. Ideal floorplan with gracious marble foyer and curved staircase opens to grandly scaled rooms. Elegant living room and dining room. Stunning family room with French doors to screened porch. Fabulous kitchen with perfect layout and sunny, circular breakfast room. Cherry paneled library. Luxurious 1st-floor master suite with spa-like bath and private walled garden. The 2nd floor features 3 additional en-suite bedrooms, all with walk-in closets, and 2nd laundry room. Wet bars in gallery, family room and kitchen; 3 custom imported fireplaces; front and back staircases to 2nd floor and wide-planked hardwood flooring are some of the many special features of this exclusive home. 830GlenOak.info.

PEGGY GLICKMAN

LINDA JACOBSON

830 GLEN OAK DRIVE, WINNETKA

T: 847.212.4610

T: 847.217.6629

640 VERNON AVENUE | GLENCOE, ILLINOIS COLDWELLBANKERLUXURY.COM

REAL ESTATE BROKER

Peggy.Glickman@cbexchange.com

REAL ESTATE BROKER

Linda.Jacobson@cbexchange.com

4 BEDROOMS, 5.2 BATHS | $2,325,000

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. Operated by a subsidiary of NRT LLC. Coldwell Banker, the Coldwell Banker logo, Coldwell Banker Global Luxury and the Coldwell Banker Global Luxury logo are service marks registered or pending registration owned by Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC.

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MAINTENANCE-FREE LIVING AT ITS FINEST!

New Listing OPEN SUNDAY July 29 12:00 to 2:00 pm 950 AUGUSTA WAY, #207 HIGHLAND PARK 2 Bedrooms | 2.1 Bathrooms | $589,000

Upgraded and updated 2,523 sq ft, 2 bedroom plus den condo with spectacular views from every window! Large living room and dining room open to a limestone balcony; cozy den right off the living room and across from the kitchen. Gorgeous eat-in kitchen featuring high-end stainless steel appliances; enormous master suite with sitting area and doors to 2nd balcony, 2 walk-in closets, and a luxe master bath with marble floors and counters; oversized laundry room plus 2 heated garage spaces.

SERVICE. EXPERIENCE. RESULTS.

847.212.4610

Peggy.Glickman@cbexchange.com Beautifully Manicured Grounds! 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. Š2018 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.

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246 Landis Lane | Deerfield

1144 Walden Lane | Deerfield

$720,000 | Co-Lister Sharon Friedman

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$590,000 *Does not include buyer transactions

847.219.6400 JamieRoth.com | Jamie.Roth@cbexchange.com HIGHLAND PARK COLDWELL BANKER | 1741 2nd Street 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

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WE SELL GLENCOE! Lakefront

1 acre

451 Lakeside Terrace, Glencoe | $3,299,000 goLf View co-Lister sara cohen

780 Bluff Street, Glencoe | $2,645,000

114 Mary Street, Glencoe | $2,495,000

co-Lister kim hoegLer

546 Westley Road, Glencoe | $1,875,000

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343 Washington Avenue, Glencoe | $1,299,000

520 Jackson Avenue, Glencoe | $999,000

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1145 Carol Lane, Glencoe | $599,000

City and North Shore

Specialist

MICHAEL DICKSTEIN 847.946.7600 Michael.Dickstein@cbexchange.com

JODY DICKSTEIN 847.651.7100 Jody.Dickstein@cbexchange.com

*Based on information from Midwest Real Estate Data LLC for the period 7/1/17 – 7/1/18. Criteria: area = 22, closed volume, all property types. 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.

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The North Shore Collection

4200 Walters Avenue, Northbrook | $2,950,000 Linda Rosenbloom | 847.560.0433/Carol Ring | 847.909.5589

1623 Sylvester Place, Highland Park | $2,950,000 Julie Deutsch | 847.217.1277/Wendy Friedlich | 312.618.5751

874 Valley Road, Glencoe | $1,695,000 Linda Rosenbloom | 847.560.0433/Carol Ring | 847.909.5589

752 Brookvale Terrace, Glencoe | $1,599,000 Michael Mitchell | 847.910.0146

229 Park Avenue, Highland Park | $1,249,000 Lori Dub | 847.778.3756

423 Northwood Drive, Glencoe | $1,199,000 Deborah Bartelstein | 847.624.5826

1000 Wildwood Lane, Highland Park | $1,150,000 Lori Dub | 847.778.3756

1653 Garand Drive, Deerfield | $1,095,000 Janie Bress | 847.217.7144

For Sale | or Rent $4,600/Month 467 Jackson Avenue, Glencoe | $899,000 Michael Mitchell | 847.910.0146

234 Vernon Avenue, Glencoe | $899,000 Deborah Bartelstein | 847.624.5826

1006 Saxony Drive, Highland Park | $849,900 Rene Firmin | 847.835.6006

1209 Hohlfelder Road, Glencoe | $825,000 Michael Mitchell | 847.910.0146

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Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 640 Vernon Avenue, Glencoe

1374 Sheridan Road, Highland Park | $769,000 Alfred O. Cohen | 847.275.6629

Under Contract 409 Northwood Drive, Glencoe | $695,000 Shirley Olin | 847.819.0150

Price Reduced 2663 Priscilla Avenue, Highland Park | $689,000 Peggy Glickman | 847.212.4610

Open Sunday — 1 to 3 PM 539 Dundee Road, Glencoe | $665,000 Janie Bress | 847.217.7144

471 Woodlawn Avenue, Glencoe | $649,000 Deborah Bartelstein | 847.624.5826

1000 Old Elm Place, Glencoe | $649,000 Julie Deutsch | 847.217.1277/Martha Gray | 847.970.0998

952 Suffield Terrace, Northbrook | $648,900 Mirella Caputo | 847.845.2207

2365 Waukegan Road, 3C, Northbrook | $639,000 Cheryl Waldstein | 847.975.4756

601 Mulberry Place, Unit 5A, Highland Park | $599,000 Cheryl Waldstein | 847.975.4756

1225 Glencoe Avenue, Highland Park | $429,000 Peggy Glickman | 847.212.4610

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Sisters’ edge Marsico trio set to go, go, go at JO track meet BY BILL MCLEAN

Jenny Vacala crammed a tent and chairs and a cooler wagon and food and beverages and several pieces of luggage into her vehicle for a three-day, four-hour trip to steamy Indianapolis last month. The Lake Forest resident, somehow, also found room to load her most precious cargo: Isabella Marsico, Olivia Marsico and Lola Marsico. Vacala’s three daughters. Isabella and Olivia (triplets with brother Rocco) will be seventh-graders at Deer Path Middle School in Lake Forest this fall; Lola enters the sixth grade at DPMS. Each headed to Indy to run in an AAU Junior Olympic Games regional qualifier track meet, as

“A huge deal. It’s a huge honor to compete in a meet like that. Did I think all three would make it? No, not at all.”

members of the Waukegan Invaders track and field club team. “Hot. It was incredibly hot there, 96 degrees,” Vacala recalls. “The kids had cold rags around their necks, constantly. We made sure the kids stayed hydrated all day every day. Fans, some fans, kept them cool, too, but there were times when the kids had to sit in air-conditioned cars in between events.” The coolest news? The Marsico sisters raced to a combined six age-group AAU Junior Olympic Games berths. The meet runs from July 25-August 4 at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. Isabella paced the trio at the regional qualifier with three berths, advancing to the national meet after finishing first in the 800- and 1500-meter events and collaborating with three other Invaders (twins and DPMS students Olivia and Alexandra Palmberg, along with Savannah Vasher, daughter of former Chicago Bears cornerback Nathan Vasher) to top the field in the 3200 relay. Olivia motored to top-six finishes in the 800 and 1500, and Lola’s strong finishing kick and sixth-place showing in the 400 meant she would get to join her mother and older sisters for another summer trip to a track meet. “A huge deal,” Vacala, the sisters’ chief videographer, says of the AAU JO Games. “It’s a huge honor to compete in a meet like that. Did I think

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THEY ARE FAMILY: The Marsico sisters of Lake Forest (left to right), Olivia and Isabella and Lola, qualified to race in track events at the AAU Junior Olympic Games in Des Moines, Iowa. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

all three would make it? No, not at all. Olivia came out of nowhere to do as well as she did, improving her times drastically. Lola, wow, what she did, how hard she ran at the end of the 400, was amazing, great to see. “So happy for her, for all three of them,” the proud mother adds. Isabella — sixth in the 800 and ninth in the 1600 at the Illinois Elementary School Association state track and field meet in East Peoria in May — hasn’t lost an AAU race since beginning her AAU career in 2017. Her personal-best time in the 1500 is 5:02, clocked this year, but it likely would have been a sub-five-minute time had she had some fast company from her fellow racers at the end of the race. Hearing others’ footsteps tends to push an elite runner to better times. Vacala expects her decorated, highly competitive daughter to be pushed at the JO meet in Iowa. “This takes discipline, succeeding in a sport like track,” Vacala says, adding the Waukegan Invaders, coached by Kenneth Almond, practice two hours (6:30-8:30 p.m.) three days a week and compete

on most weekends during the club season. “The coach is pretty strict, and the amount of time the kids spend training and competing is pretty significant. They’re also told not to drink pop, not to eat junk food.” Each Marsico sister sports a double French braid hairstyle on Race Days. Each also covers parts of her locks with a Nike headband on Race Days. The Marsico with the high pink or high purple socks on Race Days? Isabella. Only Isabella. Signature looks at track meets come in handy, especially when you’re related to runners wearing distinctive garb and accessories and you want to know exactly where they are from behind your video device. The girls’ No. 1 fan might very well be triplet Rocco Marsico, who ran cross country at DPMS for the first time last fall and, as a Lake Forest Lacrosse Association middie, battled in a recent all-star game. Ask Rocco about his sisters’ results at meets, about his sisters’ personal-best times, about anything that has to do with his three sisters and track. He’ll spew quick answers, a Sports Information Director in the making.

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There’s more to each sister than running briskly around an oval. Isabella welcomes any challenge in any sport, capable of picking up, say, a ping-pong paddle for the first time and using it to smack shots past a seasoned opponent and then finding the nearest hoops court and netting layups at will in a pick-up game. Olivia keeps her room at home cleaner than the other two do and likes to swim and play volleyball. And Lola loves executing gymnastics routines, even atop as cushiony pole vault landing area — as long as competing pole vaulters aren’t in the vicinity. Before departing Indianapolis following that grueling meet in stifling conditions last month, the Marsico sisters, owners of six medals, piled into the family vehicle again, angling and contorting their frames to find room among all those items that had been reloaded. Vacala drove. Her daughters slept. For more information about the AAU Junior Olympic Games, please visit aaujrogames.org. Watch and stream live the events at flotrack.org. THE NORTH SHORE WEEKEND


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Cap'n Clutch New Trier’s Weaver embraces roles as attacking midfielder and consummate leader BY BILL MCLEAN

A New Trier boys soccer player continues to struggle in a match. He delivers a pass toward the vicinity of a wide-open Trevian, who halts abruptly and turns around because the pass is errant, too strong. The struggling player later elevates and whiffs on a header attempt. The struggling player’s shoulders slump, mirroring the formation of his frown. Attacking center-midfielder Logan Weaver notices his teammate’s frustration and decides to do something about it. “Logan,” Trevians coach Matt Ravenscraft says of the NT senior-to-be and Wilmette resident, “would play closer to that struggling teammate last year, connect [via a pass] a few times with that player, do whatever he could to boost the confidence of that player. Logan then would go back to doing his thing. He manages the game well, plays our sport’s quarterback role effectively as a player and as a leader.” The 5-foot-11, 165-pound Weaver was a captain for last year’s Class 4A sectional semifinalist, a 19-4 squad. He’ll serve as a captain again this fall. His take on what he does to reverse a teammate’s frown in mid-match? A shrug of his positive shoulders, because it’s the right thing to do. “No one role on a team in soccer is more important than the other roles,” says Weaver, who ver-

“I expect our team to be as dynamic this year as it was last year, with Logan’s talent and high soccer IQ returning.”

bally committed to play men’s soccer at Northwestern University near the end of the 2017 season. “I dropped basketball to concentrate on soccer in the eighth grade because soccer is more team-oriented than basketball is. We’re all brothers in soccer. If a teammate is having a tough day, a tough stretch out there, the team suffers. You need all 11 players, plus the 10 or so on the bench, to succeed. New Trier’s boys soccer program is about creating a comfortable environment. “I’m always interested in doing my part to make everybody feel comfortable.” Members of New Trier’s boys soccer team read Legacy, a book by James Kerr, last year. It’s about the New Zealand national rugby union team, named

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LOGAN'S RUN: New Trier attacking center-midfielder Logan Weaver, a senior-to-be, will serve the Trevians as a captain again this fall. His 17 assists in 2017 paced a 19-4 team. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

the All Blacks. The club made its international debut in 1903, beginning a run of dominance that shows no sign of abating. The All Blacks won the last two Rugby World Cups, in 2011 and 2015 and boast an all-time winning percentage of 77 against other national teams. The five-time Super Bowl champion New England Patriots of the NFL have won 74 percent of their regular-season games under head coach Bill Belichick since 2000.

“I read a lot; I love to read,” says Weaver, vacationing in Italy with his family until early August. “I’d lost that love, from ninth grade to 11th, but I have it again. I’m interested in learning, getting motivated through reading. You can work to do everything better as an athlete, even the little things. If you do 100 little things one percent better, that makes you 100 percent better. When you’re a better player, you can change a game, and you can improve

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your team.” Weaver — a right back in his freshman season — scored 10 goals and fed a team-high 17 assists in his junior season last fall, a year after playing deeper, defensively, as a center-mid. His transition from center-mid to attacking center-mid in one year? Smooth, almost frighteningly smooth. “We took a major step forward at the varsity level last year,” Ravenscraft says. “What Logan provided for us, both offensively and defensively, had a lot to do with that improvement. His athleticism is outstanding, especially his ability to accelerate, and he’s extremely fit. The pacer test I give our guys each preseason, Logan won that last fall. Easily. Nobody came close to him.” Weaver’s vision and sound sense of spacing on pitches also make him a handful in a sport in which the majority of play involves feet. A 2017 all-sectional selectee, he has, with the ball at his feet, that crowd-pleasing, coach-pleasing, teammate-pleasing ability to boot a pass through narrow openings amid traffic — chaos, really — in and around the midfield. “Logan was good, so good, at getting the ball to our front three [forwards],” Ravenscraft says. “People sitting way up in the stands during our games, maybe they could see what Logan saw. From my perspective along a sideline, I could not. Logan knows what he needs to do to play that perfect pass, to deliver it at the angle it needs to be delivered. His ability to distribute is special. “And I expect our team to be as dynamic this year as it was last year, with Logan’s talent and high soccer IQ returning.” Weaver’s father, Thomas, played baseball until his freshman year in high school. Weaver’s mother, Therese, was captain of a cheerleading squad. They have four kids, all of them either Division I athletes or future Division I athletes. All of them. The eldest, Jessica, played soccer at DePaul; Claire plays field hockey at Villanova; and Emma, a junior-to-be at NT, verbally committed to play soccer at Villanova. “Great fit for him,” Ravenscraft says of Logan Weaver suiting up for Northwestern’s Wildcats, beginning in the fall of 2019. “I’m thrilled. He’ll play close to home, and we’ll be able to watch him play.” The coach heard Weaver give a speech following the Trevians’ season last fall. Weaver delivered heartfelt words at the team banquet, proving he doesn’t always need a soccer ball to come through in the clutch on a big stage. His audience that night included 11 New Trier senior soccer players. Weaver singled out each of them. “Logan,” Ravenscraft recalls, “told us what each senior meant to him. Fantastic. It was a fantastic speech. It didn’t surprise me. Nobody in the room was surprised. Logan is mature beyond his years, has been since I first met him. He’s articulate, bright, strong in the classroom, and he thinks about life in a good way, a refreshing way.” THE NORTH SHORE WEEKEND


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Connector Considine linked to Lake County’s vitality BY BILL MCLEAN ILLUSTRATION BY BARRY BLITT

Georgetown University, late 1980s. History major/sailing team member Kevin Considine prepares sandwiches at the university’s student-run deli. Considine becomes better at preparing sandwiches. Becomes one of the deli’s managers. “That’s where I learned to make sandwiches,” Considine, after ordering scrambled eggs with spinach and tomatoes, breakfast potatoes and an English muffin at Egg Harbor Café in Lake Forest, recalls. “I take my sandwiches very seriously; I was a picky eater while growing up. My go-to sandwich now is a turkey and bacon Panini. You want to know Kevin’s Theory of Food? Ready for this? It’s, ‘Food always tastes better when you add cheese and bacon to it.’ Always. Bring home the bacon. A big part of Considine’s occupation today is helping men and women fill open occupations at a variety of Lake County-based businesses to do just that for their families. The 52-year-old resident of Lake Bluff has been president and CEO of Lincolnshire-based Lake County Partners (LCP) for a little more than a year — after serving the go-to organization for economic development in Lake County as its managing director for three years. LCP is a private, nonprofit that works to maintain economic vitality and quality of life in Lake County by attracting, retaining and expanding businesses, creating and maintaining quality jobs, stimulating capital investment, pursuing economic diversity and improving the county’s business climate. “We play connector,” Considine, a 1984 Loyola Academy graduate, explains. “I’ll give you an example. A company in Lake County was looking for a welder. I had heard of a welder who had been laid off. We contacted the outof-work welder and told him about the opening. A connection was made.” LCP and several of its partners, including the College of Lake County in Grayslake, held an internship and career fair at the college not too long ago. Young, curious career seekers entered a cavernous area full of booths and asked questions. Employers of Lake County businesses, mostly in the manufacturing and health sciences industries, answered them. “We had created our Workforce Ecosystem at

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LCP to sponsor such an event, to stage a gathering beneficial to both the companies and attendees,” Considine says. “We worked with the Lake County Development Department in Waukegan, with schools and towns and local businesses. “It’s important to Lake County that there is an ample talent pipeline in place as people with manufacturing jobs get closer to retirement age and the demand for technical skills rises,” he adds. Lake County is home to more manufacturing jobs than most people in Lake County realize, Considine notes. Manufacturing jobs today are nothing like the manufacturing jobs in the 1970s and 1980s. “Detroit, think of Detroit, think of the manufacturing jobs in that city and cities like it in those decades,” Considine says. “Those jobs were considered gritty, and they were gritty. Today they’re not; they’re cleaner, much cleaner. How many people know that? And a welder making $80,000 a year, $100,000 with overtime pay, is not unusual today.” The youngest of nine children (he has seven sisters), Considine earned wages for the first time as a teen, stringing tennis rackets and re-lacing baseball gloves and helping young hockey players find gear that fit at Wilmette Bicycle & Sport Shop. Considine worked with two others from Loyola Academy at the time, along with three New Trier students. Rivalry? What rivalry? “The shop also sold fishing gear, fishing licenses,” Considine says. “A tall man walked in one day, looking to purchase a fishing license. The customer looked familiar. It was Orlando Woolridge, the Chicago Bull, a professional basketball player walking around the shop, right near me. You don’t forget a day like that.” Considine, in the summers during his Georgetown years, taught sailing to kids and adults who signed up for lessons at the Northwestern University Sailing Center, and he still can’t believe he was able to work without having to wear shoes.

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It’s important to Lake County that there is an ample talent pipeline in place as people with manufacturing jobs get closer to retirement age and the demand for technical skills rises.

Considine got his MBA at the Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, and collected his master’s degree in spiritual direction at Loyola University in Chicago. He was a sales rep for the Orlando Sentinel newspaper when he met his future wife, Jami, then a marketing manager for the Sentinel’s magazine group. “Funny story,” Considine says. “Our first date, if you could call it that, was in the Orlando Sentinel parking lot. On New Year’s Eve. We talked for two hours. She had made plans to be somewhere else on that night. She still ended up going, but she was late.” Jami is an administrator with Assistance in Healthcare, a nonprofit in Zion. Kevin, a past president of the Lake Bluff Park District board of commissioners, and Jami have two daughters, Lake Forest High School senior-to-be Sarah (a standout field hockey and lacrosse player) and LFHS sophomore-to-be Mary (a dancer and poms member). Their dad lifts a forkful of scrambled eggs — minus cheese, minus bacon — and consumes it at Egg Harbor Café. He’ll golf later this summer, I learn. He’ll enjoy watching Sarah play field hockey and Mary dance this fall. He’ll likely help Sarah move into a college dorm late next summer and do the same for Mary in 2021. “Not every 18-year-old is ready for college; some want to work full-time, need to work full-time, right after high school,” Considine says. “We’re well aware of that at Lake County Partners. If that’s the case, our thinking is, ‘Fine, but let’s do what we can to make sure that 18-year-old gets on the right path and help him or her build a life through a job.’ When that 18-year-old becomes a 20-year-old and is still with the company, hoping to become, say, a supervisor? Maybe that company pays the employee’s college tuition.” For more information about Lake County Partners please visit lakecountypartners.com. THE NORTH SHORE WEEKEND


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The North Shore Weekend East, Issue 304  

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

The North Shore Weekend East, Issue 304  

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