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D-112 Mulls Boundaries As Enrollment Drops BY JULIE KEMP PICK DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

HIGHLAND PARK— orth Shore School District 112 is considering new boundaries and increased class sizes in preparation for the mid-2017 school closings. The plan, known as  BDR 3 (Budget Deficit Reduction), is to close Lincoln and Ravinia Elementary Schools, Elm Place Middle School and the Green Bay Early Childhood Center in mid-2017, to save an estimated $5 million a year. “It’s certainly not a long-term approach to our problem, but I’m pleased that we are able to do this without touching any of our programs,” said Superintendent Dr. Michael Bregy at the June 29 board workshop. Braeside, Red Oak, Indian Trail, Sherwood, Oak Terrace and Wayne Thomas Elementary Schools will remain open under the BDR 3 plan, as well as Northwood Junior High

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HIGHLAND PARK— hen Nancy Goodman wanted to direct a scene for a movie about a book she wrote, she did not need to go further than her own bedroom in Highland Park. “These set designers are so creative that they turned my bedroom into Genie’s apartment,” said Goodman. Goodman’s novel Surprise Me!  published by Diversion Books in 2012, is a romantic comedy about a surprise party planner who hates surprises. A film based on the book is being shot this summer on the North Shore and in Chicago. Goodman said Genie, the main character in Surprise Me! is a younger version of herself in many ways, and she knew it wasn’t in the budget to find another location that would fit all of the apartment’s specifications. The crew also filmed at Goodman’s ex-husband’s house and her parents’ apartment in the city. Surprise Me! pays homage to the Chicago area, and many of the scenes are being filmed locally at the Chicago Botanic Garden in Glencoe and Ravinia Festival in Highland Park. Goodman moved with her family to Highland Park in 2001. In the film, Genie visits the Chicago Botanic Garden with her best friend Danny and later attends a concert with her boyfriend Jeff at Ravinia Festival. Genie is portrayed by Fiona Gubelmann (Wilfred); Jonathan Bennett (Mean Girls) plays Danny, and Sean Faris (Pretty Little Liars) plays Jeff. “On the second day, Fiona

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said I’m moving in with you, and she stayed at my house,” said Goodman. “Jonathan Bennett said he wanted to change his last name to Goodman. It’s just such a feel-good project.” The scenes filmed so far have featured more than 100 extras, and the actors and crew had to stop filming several times to wait for barking dogs, strange noises and helicopters to pass during the June 29 filming, said Patricia Dolins, Goodman’s step-sister, whose mother is married to Goodman’s father. Dolins said she is thrilled to be working with the media and extras, and she even has a few lines in the film. Goodman began her writing career with the memoir It Was Food vs. Me and I Won, which later became a sub-plot the Sur-

prise Me! novel. “When I wrote my memoir I wanted to talk about the fact that you don’t have to be overweight to be obsessive about food and diet.” Though Goodman received a six-figure advance from Viking/Penguin, she said the book didn’t do well in 2004 because “at the time the media thought it was sensationalized, and eating disorders were considered taboo.” After that experience, she decided to write a romantic comedy and sneak the message from her first book in the subplot. “When Genie’s life starts to go awry, she goes into therapy, which is based on my life,” said Goodman. “I wanted to start a conversation in our country

about where food and feelings intersect. I learned not to deprive yourself, because it sets you up to overeat and binge. Now I try to eat mostly healthy, and if I want something junky, I have it and there’s no guilt.” Goodman explained that she was going to hire someone to write the screenplay, but Jeff Marsten, who became her coproducer, suggested she write it. She wrote it in two weeks and submitted it to a pitch contest in Los Angeles, and was awarded first prize. Over the next three years she went to producers and directors but was told she’d be removed from the project once a director took over. “I was so afraid that they would be dishonest in the message, and just focus on the

comedy,” she said. “One guy told me that I had a winner, but I had to drop the food from the story. That’s when I decided to do this as an independent film, and two months ago I signed on as director.” Goodman said another producer put her in touch with casting director Leah Daniels. Her brother is Lee Daniels, director of The Butler. Leah Daniels cast  The Butler, and Empire. “She has relationships with the agencies, and did a wonderful job on casting our movie,” said Goodman. Goodman still can’t believe how her life as a quiet author has quickly evolved into becoming a writer/director. Continued on PG 12

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WEST NILE VIRUS ON THE RISE IN AREA an infected bird: one in Kenilworth, two in Northbrook, one in Wilmette and three in here has been an increase in Winnetka since the agency began mosquitoes testing positive testing May 16. as carriers of West Nile “That’s the earliest positive test Virus on the North Shore this we’ve ever had,” Zazra said year, but most people with bites referring to May 16. “We are will never experience symptoms ahead of past years. We are on a of the disease. par with 2012, which was the Testing agencies have reported highest year we’ve had.” 12 of nearly 600 batches of The Highland Park result is mosquitoes tested between May the only one in Lake County so 16 and July 7 from Wilmette and far this year, according to the Glenview through Lake Bluff are release. While Zazra and Dr. Monica positive for West Nile Virus, according to the North Shore Fudala, a family physician with Mosquito Abatement District Northwestern Medicine, (NSMAD) and Lake County encourage people to take precautions against mosquito Health Department. One positive test was reported bites, Fudala said the likelihood in Highland Park on June 23, of developing serious illness is according to the health very small. department, and the rest are in “Roughly 25 percent of the Cook County, according to Ben people who contact the virus will Zazra, communications manager feel any symptoms at all,” Fudala for NSMAD. said. “Those that do will have Zazra said there have been four headaches, body aches, joint pain, positive tests in Glenview of nausea and vomiting.” the Culex pipiens mosquito, a If any of those symptoms common house mosquito that occur, whether or not a person carries the virus after feeding on knows they have received a BY STEVEN SADIN DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

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amplify the virus.” While some mosquitoes thrive with more rainfall, Zazra said the Culex pipiens likes to breed in stagnant water heavy with organic substances. The longer the water remains stagnant the more the insect carrying West Nile has a better a breeding ground. “We want to get them before they’re flying adults,” Zazra said. Fudala said prevention is key, and she suggested people make sure their homes are protected with tight screens and clear gutters.  “Don’t leave your screen door open,” Fudala said. mosquito bite, Fudala said they neuroinvasive cases reported in “Use a repellant spray with She said all stagnant water should consult a physician. Illinois, with seven resulting in deet,” Fudala said. “Spray over the should be drained, and that Fudala said an even smaller death. Of those seven fatalities, skin and clothes because they can birdbaths and puddles on outdoor number of people who contact six came from transfusions of bite through the clothes into the furniture are particularly West Nile Virus, approximately infected blood and one from the skin.”  worrisome. Two reasons positive tests for one percent of those who disease itself, according to Fudala. Yuh Schabacker-Koppel of experience symptoms, contact a People over 50 are more West Nile Virus are higher this Lake Forest, the founder of Green neuroinvasive form that affects susceptible to the disease than year are consecutive days of higher Minds of Lake Forest and Lake the brain and requires very close those younger, according to temperatures and less rain, Bluff,  also would like to see monitoring s u c h Fudala, but she said all people according to Zazra. He said the prevention rather than abatement as hospitalization. should protect themselves by mild winter played a role, too. practiced. She said it is a better While deaths are rare, they do wearing long pants and long “We had several days of use of taxpayer money.  “We happen, according the Centers sleeve shirts, particularly at dawn mid-80s or above-90 strung should prevent the mosquitoes for Disease Control & Prevention. and dusk when mosquitoes are together,” Zazra said. “That’s from breeding in the first place,” Last year there were 72 most prevalent. when they breed and it tends to Schabacker-Koppel said.

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THE LUXURY HOME COMMUNITY Modern luxury homebuyers are looking for more than just a spacious floor plan and world class amenities inside the home—today’s luxury is defined by the lifestyle and values, not just the home’s construction and its rooms! Country clubs and golf communities are two choices that have remained enduringly popular for the luxury homeowner—but the 21st century has given homeowners a diverse range of choices in defining what means luxury to the individual buyer, their lifestyle, recreation and values. Contemporary living, forwardthinking options—here’s just a sampling of the luxury lifestyle communities available for prospective home buyers to choose from: Equestrian. Steadily gaining popularity, equestrians and horse enthusiasts are delighting in the return of the gentleman’s farm to the luxury home market. In this type of lifestyle community, elegance meets functionality in developments with riding trails and stables that carry on a noble tradition. Vintage Luxury Homes. These communities fuse modern convenience, technological upgrades to historic constructions, blending yesterday’s charm with today’s modern amenities to perfectly balance family values, unique architecture and sumptuous living. Aviation. Piloting communities are one of the newest types of luxury communities, with aviation enthusiasts enjoying access to private landing strips and hangars in the privacy and convenience of their own backyards. Marinas. For those to whom the sea calls, marina communities offer boat slips, docks and wharf access to navigable bodies of water, offering homeowners the ultimate in luxury—waterfront living and the convenience of a marina without surplus fees or excess travel time. Private Reserve. For the greenwise homeowner, nature lover or ecologically-minded home buyer, private reserve communities offer the experience of living on open-space acreages with an abundance of protected natural life, strict regulation of urban sprawl and the conveniences and amenities associated with upscale living—camping, if you will, luxury-style!

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NEWS MOVIE Continued from PG 1 “It’s such a hoot, because literarily I’ve gone from stay-athome-mom to writing, which is very isolating, so I’m used to being in my house where it’s quiet, and living this small life,” she said. Then all of a sudden I have 50 people working for me, and we’re on these crazy locations and doing this huge production and I think how did this happen?” Goodman said she enjoys watching actors make the characters come alive. “The actors are so appreciative of our professional crew, and they’re nice people,” she said. “It kind of organically folded into this thing that feels right for everybody.” She said her family is surrounding another great feeling. Her son Alex, who attends Boston University, has been working in the camera department, waking up at 4:30 a.m., and spending all day on set with his mom. Another son Sam and daughter Lani are extras in the movie.

Nancy Goodman (middle) with Cory Solon, first assistant camera, and her daughter Lani.

Goodman is thrilled it’s a family affair. She recently celebrated a special anniversary with Sam; she donated her kidney to him two years ago, as he was born with Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD).

Goodman said Surprise Me! will finish shooting July 24. The next step is post-production editing, which will likely be in a few months. By mid fall the movie should be finished, and the team will begin working on dis-

tribution. “We made this look like a studio film not an indie,” said Goodman. “I don’t think it’s a Sundance (Film Festival) movie, because I think it’s more emotionally honest than artsy.”

compliant, and all of the buildings will have art and music, “but they School and Edgewood Middle can also be set up as bubble spaces School. Oak Terrace, Wayne if we need it, as long as we’re flexThomas and Red Oak will con- ible on our class sizes,” she added. tinue to have dual language proSwanson said that under the grams, along with Northwood. BDR3 plan, the staff would have Bregy said grades kindergarten to share rooms, which means a through third grade would have teacher may be in a classroom an estimated average class size of for four periods, and then 23 students for a total of 400 another teacher will take over, students, with room for 437 which often occurs at Northunder very tight quarters, while wood. classrooms of 25 students are Under BDR3, students at projected for fourth and fifth Ravinia Elementary School will grades. either go to Braeside in southeast As a means of comparison, the Highland Park or Indian Trail average class size in the district elementary schools in the downfor the 2014/15 school year was town area. Lincoln Elementary 17 students, just under 20 stu- School students south of downdents for elementary school and town will also be transferred to about 14 students for middle Indian Trail, while some Indian school, according to the District Trail students will be relocated 112 report card put out by the Il- to Wayne Thomas Elementary linois State Board of Education. School further north. “We are going down in enroll“It makes more sense to move ment, which makes this much some kids out of Indian Trail to more doable than if we were Wayne Thomas than to take kids averaging our typical 450 stu- from Ravinia all the way to dents per grade level,” said Kristin Wayne Thomas,” said Swanson. Swanson said the district also Swanson, assistant superintendent for student services. “It discussed identifying certain neighborhoods that are not makes this a lot easier.” Swanson explained the recom- closely related to any of the mended proposed option for the buildings as “flexible neighborelementary schools: Red Oak will hoods that might go to one have dual language; Sherwood building or another depending will be monolingual, while Wayne on what the needs are.” Thomas will house two-sections According to Swanson, the plus ECP (Early Childhood proposed middle school option Program), and Indian Trail will will send students from Oak have a four-section option. Sher- Terrace, Red Oak, and Wayne wood is completely ADA (Amer- Thomas elementary schools to icans with Disabilities Act) Northwood Junior High. The

remaining elementary schools; Braeside, Indian Trail and Sherwood, along with Elm Place Middle School will go to Edgewood Middle School, the larger of the two schools. “We may need to split a building depending on if we have a heavy class,” she added. The boundary discussion will continue at the next board meeting on July 19. “This is not going to be a one and done,” said Bregy. “We want this to be an ongoing discussion throughout the summer.” After the meeting board member, Jane Solmor Mordini spoke to DailyNorthShore. com  about the importance of BDR 3 and redrawing boundaries: “The money we save now can be used for future renovations that turn our spaces into teaching and learning environments for the 22nd Century,” she said. “The district needs to save $5 million a year to go toward air-conditioning, full-day kindergarten, security, and student supplies.” Solmor Mordini said many factors go into deciding where students will be placed, as early childhood and kindergarten must be on the first floor, and facilities must be ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliant for special programs like LEAP, (Life skills and Education for Students with Autism), SAIL (Social Academic Integrated Learning Program), and STEP (Structured Teaching Education

Program). In some cases close proximity doesn’t always make the most sense, she said. Solmor Mordini said the children from military families currently attend Wayne Thomas and

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Goodman provided an example of how the community really came together for Surprise Me! and why she couldn’t have filmed the movie anywhere else: She said the lead character’s job is to create “crazy surprises.” She gets hired by a Hollywood producer to throw a surprise wedding for his intended bride, and she’s in charge of getting the bride down the aisle without knowing that she’s the bride. “I called event planner Randy Schuster from Highland Park and asked if I could piggy back on a wedding that he’s already done, and he called Tom Kehoe of The Geraghty, a new event venue,” said Goodman. “Tom’s building our wedding for us, and Randy is putting all of this together.” Schuster also spoke to Larry King of the Larry King Orchestra, one of the biggest orchestras in Chicago. “He’s charging me nothing upfront, and giving me a band with music and a song that I’ve fallen in love with,” she added.

Red Oak elementary schools and Northwood Junior High. Though Oak Terrace Elementary School is closer to Fort Sheridan than Red Oak, Oak Terrace is primarily a dual language school. “The military families don’t

usually choose dual language, as the program’s aim is to begin in kindergarten,” said Solmor Mordini. “The military is mobile, which would make it difficult for their children to commit to a long-term program.”

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Firing Up a Ford Mustang for Geneva Lake Tripping

BY SCOTT HOLLERAN

Parking the Ford Mustang along Center Street provides EDITORS NOTE: This story was great access to many of Lake sponsored by Highland Park Ford Geneva’s amenities. There’s the and is a paid advertisment. Lake Geneva Cruise Line, offering tours around the lake. There atching a classic car also are a wide variety of boat with a classic local rental options if you want to be getaway, like pairing the skipper yourself. Adjacent to wine with food, might Lake Geneva Cruise Line is the bring a Mustang to mind for a public beach and there are plenty nostalgic road trip to Lake of restaurants populating the Geneva. Firing up a Ford shoreline such as Popeye’s or Mustang for a visit to the lake Speedo’s Harborside Pub and just across the northern Illinois Grill. border makes a fine car jaunt. One fun option is to take one From the North Shore, the of the many boat tours offered drive only takes slightly more from the Riviera Docks. In fact, than an hour to reach downtown the Geneva Cruise Line tour Lake Geneva. Peppered with offers the chance to visit one of interesting retail shops, boutiques, Lake Geneva’s best spots – Black art galleries and restaurants Pointe. there’s plenty to do within just Dave Desimone, who works blocks of the lake. with Lake Geneva’s Black Point

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Estate and Gardens, said it was built in 1888 and originally called Villa Lorelei. He said the estate’s creator was a beer magnate from Chicago. The name was changed during World War I to avoid drawing attention to the owner’s German heritage. Desimone said that the term Black Point was chosen for the estate’s location at the darkest point of the lake. According to the Black Pointe website, the 20-room Queen Anne-style “cottage” was built for $20,000. “Black Point Estate & Gardens remains one of the finest examples of Queen Anne architecture and is considered to have one of the most intact collections of Victorian furnishings in the Midwest,” the website states. Lake Geneva’s rich history as a weekend getaway or daytrip destination goes back decades.

In fact, the popular lakeside camp town used to feature competitive road racing at a track that closed 10 years ago, according to a local historian. And one of Lake Geneva’s prominent citizens used to ride a vintage motorcar through town once a year. “We have a 1929 Ford Model A and it’s in good shape,” Geneva Lake Museum curator Helen Brandt explained in an interview about places to visit in Lake Geneva. “The car was owned by a man who had worked for the telephone company and been an alderman—he would drive it with his wife in the city’s annual Christmas parade.” Brandt said the Ford Motor Company vehicle remains on display in the museum.

Other points of interest on a Ford Mustang driving tour include the former Playboy Club Resort, which Brandt said is now a 1,300-acre complex called the Grand Geneva Resort and Spa. Today it features two golf courses, including a 7,300-yard course known as “The Brute.” Another destination for a North Shore traveler is Studio Winery located at 401 Sheridan Springs Road north of the lake and downtown. The self-described “urban winery” hosts tastings daily and features live music and original artwork. A Ford Mustang trip to Lake Geneva provides many scenic opportunities, as well as more traditional tourism fair. For example, the Geneva Lake Museum provides a great chance to learn about the area’s history.

“It used to be the Equitable Electric Company building and it’s located right off Main Street. We have 20,000 square feet and it takes 90-minutes to two hours for an adult visit if you spend time reading the interpretations. We also have kids’ activities,” Brandt said. Another potential stop is Williams Bay, named for a naval war captain from Connecticut who discovered the bay with his family and settled on the south shore. At Williams Bay North Shore residents can check out the world’s largest refractor telescope lens at Yerkes Observatory. The lens was built for Chicago’s Columbian Exposition in 1893. “It’s on 53 acres and it’s bigger than Chicago’s Adler Planetarium,” Brandt said. 


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Prairie Espresso Ready for Summer BY STEVE SADIN DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

LAKE BLUFF — f North Shore residents want the feeling of being in Europe they can find it in Scranton Alley in Lake Bluff. Prairie Espresso is creating a European country atmosphere during its  elongated summer hours, offering a picnic basket complete with the makings of a charcuterie plate with selections of wine to enjoy in the picturesque alley or wherever people want to take it. “It’s got salami, smoked salmon, cheese, crackers and flat bread in a picnic basket complete with a cutting board to enjoy in the alley with your wine,” said Katie Davis of Lake Bluff, who owns Prairie Espresso with her husband, John Davis. Though she  said they make certain the food and wines are special, part of their summer effort is designed to give people a warm, relaxed friendly place to gather with friends. “Lights are strung out (overhead) and there are grape vines above,” she said. “You’ll think you’re in the European countryside.” The food is designed to give the feeling too. “It’s a combination of domestic foods and imports from Spain and France.” There are 12 personally selected wines—six red and six white—as well as a Prosecco, which rotate, as well as one beer on draught from a local brewery

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Davises decided to take advantage of the popular alley. Katie Davis said that was their motivation to have summer hours with food. This year music is added, she said. There is no set schedule but it will start with blues June 17. “There’s nothing loud,” Katie Davis said. “It will be small groups with jazz, blues and alternative rock.” Another option for people who want to enjoy a summer evening Owners Katie and John Davis. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER on the alley are private parties. and some ciders. Thursday and Friday. On Saturday, or a beer or a cider,” she said. “We started with coffee and we Those can be a full dinner. She Though many people enjoy it operates from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Prairie Espresso opened July 4, are still a full service espresso bar,” said she works with appropriate their food with a glass of wine in and on Sunday from 8 a.m. to 3 2014, selling fresh roasted coffee Katie Davis said. “We have a caterers to meet customers’ wishes. from its little shop in the alley as multi-roaster platform.” the alley, she said others take their p.m. “We’ve had everything from Katie Davis makes it clear the well as baked goods from Cacao basket to the beach, Bluffinia or The coffees are mostly local like fancy French to outdoor barbeque Ravinia. Some are sold as gift basket is not a complete dinner. It Sweets & Treats in Grayslake. Bow Truss, Metric and Dark or anything else somebody wants,” baskets. is designed for a late afternoon or Most of the year the shop is Matter, all out of Chicago, Katie Davis, said. “We’ve had opened from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. she said. The exceptions are Heart intimate dinners for 12 and special During the summer, Prairie nighttime snack. Espresso is open from 7 a.m. to 5 “People can stop by on their Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to from Portland, Ore., and Demi- events like birthday parties for 42,” p.m. Monday through Wednesday way to dinner or for a nightcap 3 p.m. Saturdays and closed on tasse from Los Angeles. she added referring to the alley’s and from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. meeting friends for a glass of wine Sunday. It is still about coffee. After a year in business, the maximum capacity.

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North Shorts Musings by Mike Lubow

“A Smart Name”

neighbors, people in movie theaters who sit in front of you, ummer night on the North drivers who don’t move after Shore. Your wife, your dog stoplights turn green... and you are having ice You wonder—why are these cream at a sidewalk hangout sur- devices even called phones? rounded by a gaggle of teens. The Maybe they need a smarter name. kids all have smart phones on After all, phones are for your ears. which they’re happily texting as And these things are for so much they socialize. more... This gets you thinking about When you can’t sleep, you can the word “phones.” These ubiq- read a book on one. Sometimes uitous devices are called phones, you watch videos on your phone. but they’re not being used as Or TV shows, even movies. You phones all that much. take pictures with it! You do a lot Your own kids are using more LOOKING at your phone smartphones for more than than listening to it. You look at emails, websites, phoning. So are you, your friends,

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LOVE & MARRIAGE

Love and Politics: Do They Mix?

Joanna Brown

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s long as I can remember Even after I added the notepad I’ve carried blank paper app to my iPad, I still made room and a pen in my purse. for paper and ink beside it in my

attaché. The notebook in my purse today is spiral bound and upcycled from a discarded book by a Glenview-based business, Hardback YoYo. Owner Brian Martin, sandwiched blank pages for writing between the original cover and several pages from the original text of Amy Vanderbilt’s Everyday Etiquette, first published in the 1950s. Chapters covered correspondence, funerals, “Your Manners Away From Home,” and the like in a questions-and-answer format. But when I dropped my purse the other day the book fell open to the most timely of topics: registering to vote. Mrs. D.B. Millersville, of Pennsylvania, asked Vanderbilt, “As a married woman how do I register to vote?” Vanderbilt recommended signing with your legal name rather than your social name; “that is, Anne May Smith, not Mrs. John Smith.” Another

option was to use first name– maiden name-married name, Anne Clarke Smith. “If a married woman prefers to sign herself ‘Anne Clarke Smith’ rather than ‘Anne May Smith’ there is usually no objection, and I myself feel that this is a more distinguishing name than one which uses the first two Christian names – if there are two – with the married one,” Vanderbilt recommended. I’ll feel some pride this November when my voter ID bears the first-maiden-married name combination that Ms. Vanderbilt promoted. But as long as I was thinking about it (and undoubtedly avoiding some other household task), I did a quick Internet search of whether spouses like Anne and John Smith vote alike. The research suggests that, more often than not, they do. The question of why remains a mystery. Consider first a 2011 study

published in the Journal of Politics. It established that spouses are more strongly correlated in their politics than they are in their personality or physical traits. Researchers in this case likened mate selection to friend selection, and suggested that people choose friends and neighbors – and as an extension, dates – who share their socio-political orientation. But that explanation negates the popularity of online dating, and so I read with interest a 2011 study in the journal Evolution and Human Behavior. In it, researchers randomly sampled online dating profiles from 313 zip codes, and found that few people expressed political preferences in these profiles. Acknowledging that spouses most often vote alike, the research team sought to explain how singles who don’t talk politics at the beginning of a

relationship could end up marrying a like-minded voter. They came up with two possible explanations. One was that singles are more flexible before a first date, but they do want to know about their mate’s political preferences once things get serious. Incompatible politics may end the relationship after a few weeks or months. A second explanation was that singles are making long-term mate choices based on qualities that unintentionally correlate with politics, like religion, “physiology or intelligence.” But the exception proves the rule and many happy couples sit on opposite sides of the political aisle, a la James Carville and Mary Matalin –that’s who I want to talk to this election year. Tell me how you and your spouse keep the peace on election night when your ballots aren’t in agreement. Email me at joanna@northshoreweekend.com

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Thousands of Chicago-area Iraq and Afghanistan veterans who report symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder received a meaningful contribution to help alleviate the ongoing suffering from their service during a recent fundraiser at the Chicago Cultural Center. More than 250 guests raised $350,000 in support of bringing The Headstrong Project’s service offerings to Chicago. Hosted by Peter and Sofia Westmeyer, Meredith Melling, and Zach Iscol, the event was sponsored by MB Real Estate.

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594 Spruce St, Winnetka The Skirving Team

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360 E Westminster Rd, Lake Forest $2,199,000 Suzanne Myers 847-234-8000

752 Brookvale Ter, Glencoe Mike Mitchell

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610 Linden Ave, Wilmette SFC Team

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415 Woodlawn Ave, Glencoe Gloria Matlin

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406 Woodley Woods, Winnetka Julie Deutsch

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1371 Waverly Rd, Highland Park Barbara Tarr

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2541 Hybernia Dr, Highland Park $917,000 Lida Zrecny 847-835-6000

1665 Oak Knoll Dr, Lake Forest $899,999 Mary Pat Lundgren 847-234-8000

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972 Elm Ridge Dr, Glencoe Debbie Glickman

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300 Greenleaf Ave, Wilmette Susan Cooney

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200 W Old Elm Rd, Lake Forest Lori Baker

74 Holabird Loop, Highwood Ronald Gerberi

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1233 16th St, Wilmette Lydia DeLeo

369 Bluff St, Glencoe Jann Tyler

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484 Cedar St, Winnetka Maureen Mohling

$1,495,000 847-446-4000

807 Bronson Ln, Highland Park Linda Rosenbloom

$1,495,000 847-835-6000

1109 Astor Pl, Glencoe Allison Silver

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1230 N Western Ave 202, Lake Forest $425,000 Gaye Sodke 847-234-8000

3319 Simpson St, Evanston Seta Ajram

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1622 Main St, Evanston Daiva Karpaviciute

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1323 Dobson St, Evanston Sharron Kelley

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633 Homewood Ave, Highland Park $379,000 Julie Deutsch 847-835-6000

1475 Deerfield Pl, Highland Park $375,000 Allison Silver 847-433-5400

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25. 1361 Estate Ln. East LAKE FOREST Sunday, 1pm-3pm $729,000 Brunhild Baass, Baird & Warner 847.804.0092 Pat Kammerer, Baird & Warner 847.380.1855 26. 65 S Asbury LAKE FOREST Sunday 11:30-1:30 $699,000 Suzanne Myers, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

37. 1730 Wimbledon Court LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-4 $1,099,000 Jeff Folker, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.504.6182 38. 1051 Cedar Lane LAKE FOREST Sunday 2-4 $739,000 Deborah Fischer, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.309.9119

27. 728 Rosemary LAKE FOREST Sunday 2-4 $1,099,000 Suzanne Myers, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

39. 1391 Edgewood Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $445,000 Bill Castle, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 312.316.5380

28. 1325 Kurtis LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $2,195,000 Houda Chedid, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

40. 1343 W. Estate Ln LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-4 $975,000 Jeanne Keiler, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855

29. 383 Washington Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $899,000 Joe Pasquesi, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 312.371.2277

41. 1227 S. Cascade Court LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3pm $849,000 Mary Ann Kollar, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.421.1188

30. 599 Beverly Place LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $685,000 Mona Hellinga, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.814.1855

42. 1742 N. Waukegan Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $689,000 Eileen Campbell, Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty 847.757.5181

31. 433 Greenwood Avenue LAKE FOREST Sunday 2-4 $680,000 Polly Richardson, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.363.1738

43. 60 W Honeysuckle LAKE FOREST Sunday 2-4 $1,097,000 Stacey Marquis, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

32. 145 Washington Circle LAKE FOREST Open Sunday 2-4PM $848,000 Elizabeth Wieneke, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

44. 124 Maple Avenue HIGHWOOD Sunday 1-3 $379,000 Nancy Feddermann, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.826,9382

33. 1304 Elm Tree Road LAKE FOREST Open Sunday 1-3PM $850,000 Ogden-Dhamer Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

45. 238 Leonard Wood South #213 HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $565,000 Sue Lindeman, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

34. 333 E. Westminster Rd 1 C LAKE FOREST Open Sunday 12-2PM $1,275,000 Jack Comerford, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485 35. 630 Academy Woods Dr LAKE FOREST Open Sunday 12-2PM $825,000 Lisa Trace, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485 36. 976 Valley Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $525,000 Jill Okun, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.902.2296

46. 1471 Oakwood HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 12-2 Sonia Cohen, Coldwell Banker 847-337-6005 47. 1177 Glencoe HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $1,049,000 Eve Bremen, Coldwell Banker 847-373-6091 48. 2640 Greenwood HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $569,000 Peggy Glickman, Coldwell Banker 847-212-4610

49. 1940 Park Ave. HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $1,900,000 Paula Simon/Debbie Bartelstein, Coldwell Banker 847-274-1404 50. 1836 Cooper Lane HIGHLAND PARK SUNDAY 1-3:30 $1,425,000 Alla Kimbarovsky, @properties 847.432.0700 51. 3501 Summit Avenue HIGHLAND PARK SUNDAY 2:30-4:30 $459,000 Chris Veech, @properties 847.881.0200 52. 830 Moseley Road HIGHLAND PARK SUNDAY 1-3 $549,000 Debbie Scully, @properties 847.432.0700 53. 1336 Cavell Avenue HIGHLAND PARK SUNDAY 2-4 $499,000 Janice Goldblatt, @properties 847.432.0700 54. 812 Marion Ave. HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $1,375,000 Martha Glass, Baird and Warner 847.845.6616 55. 1963 Skyelar Court HIGHLAND PARK SUNDAY 1-3 $889,900 Gary T Bohn, @properties 773.432.0200 56. 461 Orchard Lane HIGHLAND PARK SUNDAY 12-2 $799,000 Albiani/Ackerman, @properties 847.432.0700 57. 1656 Mcgovern Ave HIGHLAND PARK SUNDAY 1-3 $799,000 Baylor/Shields, @properties 847.881.0200 58. 1027 Greenwood DEERFIELD Sunday 11-1 $710,000 Carol Ring/Linda Rosenbloom, Coldwell Banker 847-835-6000 59. 1405 Wilmot Road DEERFIELD SUNDAY 2-4 $755,000 Barb Hondros, @properties 847.432.0700 60. 2417 Peachtree Lane NORTHBROOK SUNDAY 12-2 $869,000 Kathy Menighan Wilson, @properties 773.472.0200 61. 351 Adams GLENCOE Sunday 2-4pm $1,025,000 Betsy Burke, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.565.4264


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OPEN HOUSES 62. 564 Drexel GLENCOE Sunday 1-4 $1,250,000 Bree Misiak, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.420.1214

75. 669 Walden WINNETKA Sunday 1-3 $1,595,000 Julie Bradbury Miller, The Hudson Company 847.751.2619

63. 344 Sunrise Circle GLENCOE Sunday 12-2 $1,825,000 Jody Dickstein, Coldwell Banker 847-651-7100

76. 690 Ardsley WNNETKA SUNDAY 2-4 $2,595,000 Jody Sorvino, The Hudson Group 312,286.4404

64. 977 Sheridan WINNETKA Sunday 1-3pm $3,350,000 Chris Downey, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.340.8499

77. 825 Glenview Road GLENVIEW SUNDAY 1-3 $750,000 Uthe/Heidt, @properties 847.763.0200

65. 842 Oak WINNETKA Sunday 12-2 $749,000 Mary Ann Kollar, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.421.1188 66. 601 Cherry Street WINNETKA SUNDAY 12-2 $1,749,000 Veech/Grant, @properties 847.881.0200 67. 1065 Elm Street WINNETKA SUNDAY 2-4 $1,649,000 Beverly Smith, @properties 847.881.0200 68. 35 Indian Hill Road WINNETKA Sunday 2-4 $5,995,000 Dinny Dwyer, Jean Wright Real Estate 847-217-5146 69. 1275 Asbury WINNETKA Sunday 1-4 $1,185,000 Mary Anne Perrine, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855 70. 893 Elm Street WINNETKA SUNDAY 1-4 $1,385,000 Alla Kimbarovsky, @properties 847.432.0700

78. 1224 Pam Anne Drive GLENVIEW SUNDAY 1-3 $949,000 Vittoria Logli, @properties 847.998.0200 79. 2320 Iroquois Drive GLENVIEW SUNDAY 2:15-4:15 $899,500 Jeannie Kurtzhalts, @properties 847.998.0200 80. 3837 Cindy Lane GLENVIEW SUNDAY 1-3 $689,900 Vittoria Logli, @properties 847.998.0200 81. 2015 Wagner Road GLENVIEW SUNDAY 12-2 $689,000 Karin Zawaski, @properties 847.881.0200 82. 1213 Church Street GLENVIEW SUNDAY 12-2 $639,000 Susan Teper, @properties 847.509.0200 83. 617 Ouilmette WILMETTE Sunday 1-4pm $1,349,000 James Luxem, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.501.0196

71. 1138 Scott Avenue WINNETKA SUNDAY 12-2 $899,000 Susan Ringel Segal, @properties 847.881.0200

84. 619 Greenleaf WILMETTE Sunday 12-2pm $1,025,000 Joe Nash, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.846.0100

72. 985 Spruce WINNETKA Sunday 1-3 $899,000 Roxanne Quigley, The Hudson Company 847.826.8866

85. 447 Sandy Lane WILMETTE Sunday 12-2pm $549,000 Joe Nash, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.846.0100

73. 997 Asbury Court WINNETKA Sunday 12-2 $1,999,000 Laura McCain, The Hudson Company 847.347.4630 74. 1182 Asbury Lane WINNETKA Sunday 2-4pm $1,849,000 Sherry Molitor, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.204.6282

86. 724 Ashland WILMETTE Sunday 1-3pm $1,239,000 Linda Wolff, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.917.5544

87. 2338 Elmwood WILMETTE Sunday 1-3 $1,499,000 Carol Grant and Muggsy Jacoby, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.421.7501 and 847.924.3811 88. 1020 Illinois WILMETTE $700,000 Sunday 12-2 Diane Baer, The Hudson Company 847.648.8348 89. 320 Central Park WILMETTE $699,000 Sunday 2:30 – 4:30 Diane Baer, The Hudson Company 847.648.8348 90. 900 Seneca Road WILMETTE SUNDAY 12-2 $1,599,000 Carrie Tarzon, @properties 847.881.0200 91. 1238 Ashland Avenue WILMETTE SUNDAY 2-4 $1,475,000 Annika Valdiserri, @properties 847.881.0200 92. 3011 Wilmette Avenue WILMETTE SUNDAY 2-4 $719,000 Laura Cross Collyer, @properties 847.881.0200 93. 1127 Chestnut Avenue WILMETTE SUNDAY 12-2 $1,369,000 Mary Baubonis, @properties 847.881.0200 94. 1005 Mohawk Road WILMETTE SUNDAY 1-3 $1,299,000 Carrie Tarzon, @properties 847.881.0200

HOUSES OF THE WEEK $1,895,000

133 Laurel Ave Highland Park, 7 Bedrooms, 5.2 Baths Exclusively Presented by Noah Levy, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 312.203.2416 Noah.Levy@cbexchange.com Magnificent home situated on lush 1/2 acre — restored and seamlessly expanded with architectural details of the past and today’s modern amenities. Grand gracious rooms, elegant foyer featuring original staircase, standout gourmet kitchen, incredible master suite, expansive second floor and fabulous third level, stunning landscaping,3-car garage, more. A unique and special north shore home steps from the lake. Move in and enjoy!

$3,795,000

730 Valley Road Glencoe, 6 Bedrooms, 6.2 Baths Exclusively Presented by: Marion Powers @properties 847.881.0200 mpowers@atproperties.com Louise Eichelberger @properties 847.881.0200 leichelberger@atproperties.com Opportunity knocks! Recently purchased, cleaned-up and move-in ready. Traditional design with modern flair on a spectacularly beautiful acre overlooking the 16th fairway of a lush private golf course. Soaring ceilings and walls of windows offer outstanding vistas and flood the big gracious rooms with light. Mature, tasteful landscaping and expansive rear lawn provide this home with an idyllic setting reminiscent of a country manor but very near village and train.

95. 1500 Sheridan 9EF WILMETTE Sunday 12-4 $1,050,000 Carrie Healy, Jean Wright Real Estate 847-507-7666 96. 1431 Sheridan Road WILMETTE SUNDAY 11-1 $769,000 Laura Cross Collyer, @properties 847.881.0200 97. 1217 Lake Ave WILMETTE Sunday 2-4 $699,000 Coco Harris, The Hudson Company 847.372.3324 98. 2204 Iroquois WILMETTE Sunday 12-2 $799,999 April Callahan, The Hudson Company 847.971.7273

$815,000

1310 Hilary Ln Highland Park, 5 beds, 5.5 baths Exclusively Presented by: Alberts / Maletsky Team Beth: 773.991.2560 Stephanie: 847.951.2007 Sunny contemporary home located in a cul-de-sac of an upscale in-town neighborhood. Gorgeous twostory foyer welcomes you into the perfectly flowing open floor plan. Expansive rooms including living room/family room connected by two-sided fireplace. First floor features walls of windows, updated cook’s kitchen with SS appliances, separate dining room, butler’s pantry, mudroom with laundry and den with full bath. Enjoy patio and fenced yard with access from family room, den, and kitchen. Five bedrooms upstairs with huge master suite with sitting area overlooking beautiful backyard. Large finished basement with dry kitchen, playroom, and exercise room. Three car attached garage. Newer windows, furnace, and water heater. Minutes to Highway and Downtown Highland Park. Enjoy plenty of space for privacy, work, as well as entertaining!


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MUST CLOSE AUGUST 7! “[A] first-class revival. I doubt you’ll see a stronger, more sympathetic production... or one that moves you more deeply.” The Wall Street Journal PICTURED: TIFFANY SCOTT, GABRIEL RUIZ, BLAIR ROBERTSON, PATRICK MARTIN, JAMES EARL JONES II, ALEXIS J. ROGERS, THOM MILLER, PATRICK SARB, LIA MORTENSEN, ALLISON HENDRIX AND BERNARD BALBOT. PHOTO BY MICHAEL BROSILOW.

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2409 COLFAX STREET EVANSTON 6 bedroom/3.1 bath $1,100,000 2409Colfax.info

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1018 ILLINOIS ROAD WILMETTE 4 bedroom/2.2 bath $744,000 1018IllinoisRoad.info

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JILL BLABOLIL Mobile: 847.226.7138 Office: 847.763.0200 jillb@atproperties.com atproperties.com

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3022 PAYNE STREET EVANSTON 6 bedroom/4.2 bath $1,499,000 3022PayneStreet.info

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JILL BLABOLIL Mobile: 847.226.7138 Office: 847.763.0200 jillb@atproperties.com atproperties.com

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730 11TH STREET WILMETTE 3 bedroom/2.2 bath $799,000 73011th.info

townhouse in downtown wilmette open house, sunday july 17, 1-3pm

FRAN FRYMAN Mobile: 847.624.8779 Office: 773.472.0200 ffryman@atproperties.com atproperties.com

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1475 SOUTH RIDGE ROAD LAKE FOREST 5 bedroom/4.1 bath $1,333,333 1475SRidge.info

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230 EAST WITCHWOOD LANE LAKE BLUFF 4 bedroom/3.1 bath $899,000 230EWitchwood.info

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ANDRA O’NEILL Mobile: 847.650.9093 Office: 847.295.0700 andra@atproperties.com atproperties.com

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14080 WEST OLD SCHOOL ROAD METTAWA 5 bedroom/3.1 bath $859,000 14080OldSchoolRd.info

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14730 WEST IMPERIAL DRIVE LIBERTYVILLE 5 bedroom/4 bath $1,275,000 14730WImperial.info

new!

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

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921 DRYDEN LANE HIGHLAND PARK 6 bedroom/4.1 bath $949,000 921Dryden.info

new listing!

JANICE GOLDBLATT Mobile: 847.809.8096 Office: 847.432.0700 janice@janicegoldblatt.com janicegoldblatt.com

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1005 MOHAWK ROAD WILMETTE 4+1 bedroom/4.1 bath $1,299,000 1005MohawkRoad.info

new price! open house, sunday july 17, 1-3pm

900 SENECA ROAD WILMETTE 4 bedroom/4.1 bath $1,599,000 900Seneca.info

open house, sunday july 17, 12-2pm

CARRIE TARZON Mobile: 847.345.9909 Office: 847.881.0200 carrietarzon@atproperties.com atproperties.com

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563 OAKDALE AVENUE GLENCOE 4 bedroom/4.1 bath $920,000 1234anywhere.info

sold!

390 GLENDALE AVENUE WINNETKA 4 bedroom/2.1 bath $575,000 390Glendale.info

new listing!

BRANDIE MALAY SIAVELIS Mobile: 773.968.4550 Office: 847.881.0200 brandie@atproperties.com atproperties.com

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6 ROLLING RIDGE ROAD NORTHFIELD 5 bedroom/3.1 bath $1,175,000 6RollingRidge.info

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DEBBIE RICHWINE

GINNY GRINSTEAD

Mobile: 847.702.4633 Office: 847.881.0200 debbierichwine@atproperties.com atproperties.com

Mobile: 847.502.1035 Office: 847.881.0200 ginnygrins@atproperties.com atproperties.com

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615 GREGORY AVENUE WILMETTE 5 bedroom/4.1 bath $1,525,000 615Gregory.info

new listing!

MERRY JUELL Mobile: 847.828.7164 Office: 847.881.0200 merryjuell@atproperties.com atproperties.com


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526 CLAVEY COURT* HIGHLAND PARK 5 bedroom/4.1 bath $1,050,000 3339Dato.info

three years new

*photos are developer’s previous work and are not of actual home

TED PICKUS

LINDA RAE SCHWARTZ

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

Mobile: 847.702.7077 Office: 847.432.0700 lindaraeschwartz@atproperties.com atproperties.com


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1310 ELMWOOD AVENUE WILMETTE 4 bedroom/3.1 bath $1,240,000 1310Elmwood.info

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2526 HARTZELL STREET EVANSTON 5 bedroom/3.2 bath $998,000 2526Hartzell.info

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DEBBIE MAGNUSEN Mobile: 847.910.1130 Office: 847.763.0700 debbiemagnusen@atproperties.com atproperties.com

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1290 LINCOLN AVENUE SOUTH HIGHLAND PARK 6 bedroom/5.1 bath $1,499,000 1290Lincoln.info

steps from lake

945 STONEGATE DRIVE HIGHLAND PARK 4 bedroom/4.2 bath $1,095,000 945StonegateDrive.info

mint condition!

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

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907 ROLLINGWOOD ROAD HIGHLAND PARK 5 bedroom/4.1 bath $1,399,000 907Rollingwood.info

ravinia location

957 SAXONY DRIVE HIGHLAND PARK 5 bedroom/4.1 bath $875,000 957Saxony.info

braeside location

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

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1920 THORNWOOD AVENUE WILMETTE 4 bedroom/2.1 bath $875,000 1920Thornwood.info

available now

2608 ISABELLA STREET EVANSTON 3 bedroom/1.1 bath $579,000 2608Isabella.info

available now

LAURA FITZPATRICK Mobile: 312.217.6483 Office: 847.881.0200 laurafitzpatrick@atproperties.com atproperties.com

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882 CHEROKEE ROAD* LAKE FOREST 5 bedroom/2.1 bath $780,000 1234anywhere.info

sold!

556 MEADOWOOD DRIVE* LAKE FOREST 5 bedroom/3.1 bath $750,000 1234anywhere.info

sold!

*represented buyer

LAURA FITZPATRICK Mobile: 312.217.6483 Office: 847.881.0200 laurafitzpatrick@atproperties.com atproperties.com

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1928 THORNWOOD AVENUE* WILMETTE 4 bedroom/2 bath $752,500 1234anywhere.info

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1115 BUENA ROAD LAKE FOREST 3 bedroom/2.1 bath $560,000 1234anywhere.info

sold!

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LAURA FITZPATRICK Mobile: 312.217.6483 Office: 847.881.0200 laurafitzpatrick@atproperties.com atproperties.com

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UP TO THE CHALLENGE

Fawcett, Hiltzik impress partisan crowd with strong performances against pro tour players BY BILL MCLEAN, SPORTS@NORTHSHOREWEEKEND.COM

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eter Gojowczyk, a 26-yearold from Germany, is ranked 154th in the world tennis rankings and has won more than $700,000 in prize money in his career. He got seeded sixth in singles at the United States Tennis Association $50,000 Men’s Challenger Tournament in Winnetka earlier this month. That qualifies for mini-celebrity status, at least. The baseball equivalent of a Challenger Series event is a Triple-A baseball game. Gojowczyk’s first-round opponent at the A.C. Nielsen Tennis Center pounded serve after serve, shot after shot, making the German toil and sweat for three sets on July 5. Gojowczyk dropped the first set, 6-3, and recovered to win the second, 6-0. The third set? Tight throughout: 5-5, 6-5, 6-6. The spectators in the packed stands rooted and roared mostly for the 20-year-old facing “Gojo”, and not just because he was a wild card entry and underdog. He was Tom Fawcett, Winnetka native, New Trier graduate (Class of ’14), Stanford University junior-to-be. “It was pretty special, seeing a lot of people there, family and friends pulling for me like I was at some home meet,” Fawcett said of his return to the Trevians’ home facility. “Really cool. Normally, at a tournament, you’re playing at a park, in the middle of nowhere, with very few people watching.” The 6-foot-5 ½, 215-pound Fawcett, alas, lost a third-set tiebreaker (7-4) to a man who had attempted to qualify for Wimbledon — yes, that Wimbledon tournament — in London late last month and earned a career-best pro ranking of No. 79 in 2014. The German’s run in the Winnetka tourney ended in a semifinal. “I was pretty pleased with how I played,” said Fawcett, Stanford’s No. 1 singles player in each of his two seasons at the PAC-12 school. “Since [his sophomore season

STRETCH RUN: Winnetka’s Tom Fawcett whips a topspin forehand during first round action at the USTA Men’s Challenger Tournament. PHOTOGRAPHY BY GEORGE PFOERTNER.

ended], I’ve been changing things up in my game, trying to serve bigger, be more aggressive, use my size more. I’m focusing on ending points quickly.” Another former Trevians netter and another wild card recipient, Jared Hiltzik (Class of ’12), played on the same Nielsen court in the match before the Fawcett-Gojowczyk match. The Wilmette resident and recent University of

Illinois graduate took on 22-yearold Mitchell Krueger, ranked 248th in the world. Krueger won the first set (7-6, 7-4 tie-breaker), Hiltzik the second (6-3). Krueger advanced by taking the third, 6-4. “I was very happy with how I played and competed,” said the 6-foot-1, 170-pound Hiltzik, now a five-time participant in the Winnetka Challenger event. “I’m hoping to continue to get better

and improve the quality of my [shots].” Hiltzik lost to New Trier teammate and future Stanford Cardinal Robert Stineman in the singles final at the 2011 state tournament. Stineman and Fawcett — a runner-up in doubles, as a freshman (with Drew Campbell), at the same state tourney — were teammates at Stanford for a season, in 2015.

Both Fawcett and Hiltzik netted Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-America status this past spring. Fawcett, the PAC-12 Freshman of the Year in 2015, finished 22-8 overall (singles) and 16-6 in duals for a Cardinal crew that upset 14thranked Northwestern 4-3 in the Round of 32 at the 2016 NCAA Tournament. Hiltzik (22-7 overall) split time at No. 1 singles for the

Illini and reached the Round of 16 in singles at the NCAA Championships, becoming only the third three-time All-American in program history (Kevin Anderson, ranked 31st in the world in singles, and former tour player Amer Delic, the Davis Cup captain of Bosnia and Herzegovina, are the others). Younger brother Aron Hiltzik (27-11), an Illinois sophomore, won his only match at No. 1 singles and went 16-6 at No. 3 singles. Jared Hiltzik and Fawcett traveled to Oregon last weekend for the start of a weeklong training session for current and former collegiate tennis players. In late July, Fawcett intends to play in Futures tournaments (another level in tennis’ minor leagues) in Edwardsville and Godfrey, a pair of downstate Illinois destinations. “Tom,” Hiltzik said, “is a great player, a great competitor. He serves and returns very well. His serves and his returns put a lot of pressure on his opponents.” Two other tennis players with North Shore ties, Brown University junior-to-be Peter Tarwid (Lake Forest High School, Class of ’14) and Northwestern University senior-to-be Konrad Zieba (Glenbrook South, Class of ’13), attempted to qualify for the main draw of the Challenger tourney in Winnetka. Each lost in the first round. Tarwid played at the top three singles spots for the Bears this past spring, going 19-9 overall (5-3 vs. No. 1 singles foes) and earning All-Ivy honors. Zieba won 21 of 31 No. 1 singles matches and finished 20-5 in doubles for the Wildcats in the ’16 season. He lost a tough one, a three-setter, in the team competition of the NCAA Tournament on May 17. His NU squad and its opponent were tied 3-3, with one match remaining. Zieba had won the first set, 7-5, and lost the second, 6-0. Zieba fell 6-4 in the clincher. Zieba approached the net and shook his opponent’s hand … Tom Fawcett’s hand.


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BOYD LEAVES A VOID Lake Forest swim star moves to North Carolina for final high school season BY KEVIN REITERMAN, SPORTS@NORTHSHOREWEEKEND.COM

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ylan Boyd, affectionately known as the Dart from Down Under, left an imprint on the Lake Forest High School boys swim program. And now, he’s left the pool. Boyd, who claimed a state championship in the 200 freestyle last winter, and his family have moved to Raleigh, North Carolina. The Australian native will spend his senior year in the Tar Heel State. “Dylan told us about it during the season,” said LF assistant swim coach John BrumundSmith. “After hearing that, the coaches said, ‘We’ve got to make this year count.’ ” Well, it counted. “Winning state was his shining moment,” LF head coach Cindy Dell said. In addition to swimming the 200 free in 1:37.6 to earn AllAmerica status, the 6-foot-3 Boyd took seventh in the 100 butterfly in 50.42. Boyd also came up with a wow moment leading up to the state meet. He absolutely crushed the final leg of the final event — 400 free relay — at the Lake Forest Sectional on Feb. 20. He put the home crowd into a frenzy, when he came up with a superhuman performance. His 21.47 second split allowed the Scouts to pull out a victory by a little over half of a second (.55). “That was a Herculean effort by Dylan … ,” said Dell, in a postgame interview. Boyd, who arrived in Lake Forest as a freshman, also had an amazing sophomore season with the Scouts. At the 2015 state meet, he took seventh in the 200 free (1:41.09) and 11th in the 100 fly (51.14). “Losing him is tough. It’s hard. It’s sad,” Dell said. “I’m bummed [to see him go]. He’s a great athlete. And he’s a hard worker. “And over the years, he really grew and matured as a person,” the coach added. “We really grew to respect one another.” The future is unbelievably bright for Boyd. Check out www. collegeswimming.com website and its power index. He currently is the No. 1 swimmer in the state of North Carolina. “The coach who gets him is a

MOVING ON: State champion Dylan Boyd, seen here swimming the 200 freestyle at the Lake County Meet last winter, has moved to North Carolina. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JON DURR

very lucky coach,” said BrumundSmith. “That coach won’t be disappointed. I can tell you that much.” Boyd has an aura about him, when he climbs the starting block. That distinctive but intangible quality was evident in a meet — and at a practice. “He likes challenges,” Brumund-Smith said. “He’s a kid with a lot of mental fortitude.” Off and on during the season, Dell would give Boyd a special

workout plan — just for him. “Dylan would look at it, and then he say that it was impossible. He’d say, ‘How am I going to do this?’ ” recalled Brumund-Smith. “And then, he’d go out and beat it.” In addition to being one of those rare competitors, Boyd also had a trademark. His patented, sustained dolphin kick was a thing of beauty. “It’s like no other,” said Dell. “His walls [turns] are amazing.”

“A coach from the University of Iowa came to watch him swim at practice one day,” said Brumund-Smith. “And he said that he had never seen a kid dolphin kick like that.” At 6-3, Boyd may not have the length of someone like Matt Grevers — former LFHS swimmer and six-time Olympic medalist — but what about those quads? “He doesn’t have freak size. But his quads are enormous,”

Brumund-Smith said. “Any swimmer would kill to have his quads. “And his lung capacity is incredible, too,” added the LF assistant. According to Dell, Boyd, who swam for two clubs (Lake Forest Swim Club and CATS Aquatics) during his stint in Lake Forest, has gained the interest of several Division I programs, including Iowa, Arizona and Arizona State. You can probably add North

Carolina and North Carolina State — fourth at last year’s NCAA Championships — to the list. Dell did say that his move is purely a family matter. Boyd’s father accepted a job in North Carolina and has been living there since October. “They’re a close-knit family,” she said. “They needed to be together. “It’s hard to swallow,” Dell added. “But we wish him well.”


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ou wouldn’t take these odds. You wouldn’t take Matthew Peterson over Lorenzo Edwards in a one-on-one pickup basketball game. You just wouldn’t do it. It’s the classic mismatch. The 6-foot-2 Peterson — good, but not great on a basketball court — gave up high school buckets at Lake Forest High School after sophomore year. Edwards, a wonderfully talented 6-foot-7 crowd pleaser for the Scouts, will play Division I hoops at Saint Joseph’s University.

So, if a hitter is betting their fancy speedboat on a fastball, he’ll surprise him with a breaking ball or off-speed pitch. “A lot of risks can turn into a lot of rewards,” suggests Peterson. He has no regrets about switching priorities and changing his approach. Somewhere along the way, Peterson made that shift. Then, he exaggerated it. “I became totally invested in the game,” says Peterson. “I zoned in. I decided to add some seriousness to my game. I decided to work my butt off.” Full disclosure: Peterson, in a recent He dedicated himself to a throwing program. He spent phone interview, admitted as much. He came clean. chunks of time in the gym. “He fine-tuned his craft, and it “I beat him … once out of 40 times.” showed,” says San Hamel. “He put in a lot of time and energy. “He improved his mental fortiHere’s another long shot: Petertude,” the coach adds. “He develson developing ace-like ability and pitching at the Division I level. oped confidence. He came into the Go ahead and stretch your season with a different mindset. We imagination. would not have been as successful A year ago, around this time of (20-14 overall record, tied for the year, Peterson wasn’t exactly a second in North Suburban Conferhot item. The 6-foot-2, 185-pound ence Lake Division) without him.” southpaw wasn’t exactly a house“[Senior year] was my time to hold name. shine,” says Peterson. “I didn’t want Oh, how things changed — in to mess things up. a hurry. “I’ve found my passion in life,” he adds. “Everything is right with At a summer showcase, Peterson caught the eye — and fancy — of the world, when I step onto the a Villanova University coach. And mound.” His final game in a Lake Forest the ‘Nova coach couldn’t stop staring. uniform had the makings of a fairy Left-handers who throw hard tale ending. On June 2, in a Class 4A Steare in constant demand. They spark interest. venson Sectional semifinal game They’re projectable. against Mundelein, Peterson didn’t They get recruited. end up winning the game. But he This past spring, while wearing won the hearts of his teammates jersey No. 12, Peterson was darn and coaches. near unhittable at times. The lefty, who had beaten MunSOUTHPAW HEADS EAST: Matthew Peterson delivers a pitch for the Scouts during action this spring. He became LF’s rare find. He He’ll pitch at Villanova next spring. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER. delein — allowing one hit over five became that shining light, that innings — during the regular Peterson made hitters uncombeacon on the hill. Peterson finished the 2016 cam“He’s effectively wild. He’ll season, made the start despite “As a junior, he’d show flashes paign 4-0 with a 1.90 earned run fortable, confused. throw up and in to set you up on dealing with a tender left elbow. for an inning or two,” says Lake average and 1.212 WHIP (walks Jake Durburg stood — and the outside corner,” Durburg says. Putting him on the mound basiForest head baseball coach Ray Del and hits per inning). In 33 1/3 squatted — amazed by such a sight. “And he’s deceptive. He hides the cally was a game-time decision. He Fava. “But not for a whole game.” innings, he allowed only 13 hits “He was never that guy … until ball well. And with his motion, he’s was on a pretty strict pitch count. “We were as careful as we could “As a junior, he was unable to (only three extra base hits) with 62 this year,” the Lake Forest catcher, real hard to pick up.” Besides, Peterson likes to keep be with him,” Del Fava recalls. locate his fastball,” adds LF pitch- strikeouts and 27 walks. sitting in the catbird seat, offers. “There were a lot of discussions ing coach Bill San Hamel. “He was His stuff is of the swing-and- “But he definitely became a good hitters guessing. He likes suspense. inconsistent throwing strikes, and miss-by-plenty variety. His arm No. 2 starter for us behind [Cal] “I like to be unpredictable on on whether he should pitch that that caused him to press.” angle and mid-80 miles per hour Coughlin. He was arguably a No. the mound,” says Peterson. “I don’t game. With him. With his parents,” This spring, Peterson was spec- fastball were a challenge for hitters 1. want anyone to know what I’m says San Hamel. “We didn’t want “He’s a lefty. He’s big. And he’s throwing. I try to throw the op- to jeopardize him — especially with tacularly different. —even the very good ones. “His fastball has a ton of life, a athletic,” Durburg adds. “There’s a posite [pitch] of what hitters think him going on and playing at the “Numbers don’t lie,” Del Fava says. lot of late movement,” says San lot to work with there.” I’m going to throw.” next level.” Peterson’s windup and delivery “Once he solidified himself as a Hamel, thrilled with the opportu“That’s the thing with him,” says A 34-pitch first inning, which top pitcher, that’s when we made nity to have a dugout view of Pe- force hitters to be unsure and un- Durburg. “Hitters can’t guess included some key misplays (3 our run,” the coach adds. terson’s transformational season. successful. against him. They can’t time him.” errors) by the Scouts, proved to be

detrimental. Peterson ended up pitching only three innings (63 pitches, 2 hits, 0 earned runs). LF ended up losing the game 7-6 to the Mustangs, who wound up taking runner-up honors in the state tournament on June 11. “You could tell that they [the Mustangs] were a little dejected to see him take the mound that day,” recalls San Hamel. And, the coach adds: “You could see the relief on their faces, when he came out of the game.” At the conclusion of his three innings, there were some tender moments. Just after crossing the first-base chalk line, Peterson got separate hugs from Del Fava and San Hamel. “He pitched on guts,” a grateful Del Fava says. “He gave us everything he had.” “In that hug, I told him how proud I was of him,” says San Hamel. “I loved working with this kid. I loved his passion for the game.” Peterson is not taking his opportunity to play baseball at the next level for granted. The kid is truly thankful. “It’s all about the love and support of family members, friends, coaches and teammates,” he says. “I also thank God, as cliché as that might sound. I believe in Him. He helped me.” Villanova, the oldest Catholic university in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, will be Peterson’s next stop. But before he heads to Philadelphia, he’ll get a chance to be that “other person” at his parent’s lake house in Michigan. He hunts, he fishes, he boats, he wakeboards, he kneeboards. “I’m pretty outdoorsy,” he says. Peterson had that same sort of versatility on a baseball field. He pitches, he hits (.250, 10 RBIs this past spring), he plays the outfield. Specializing — at the next level — will only help his cause. “At Villanova, he’ll get a chance to focus on baseball 24-7,” says Del Fava. “He’ll be able to solely concentrate on pitching. I think they’ve got a diamond in the rough.” Meanwhile, Peterson’s basketball days may not be over. Saint Joseph’s College is only a long rebound away (20 minutes away) from Villanova. Peterson vs. Edwards, the battle continues.


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LF Swim Club’s Liberty amped up to coach U.S. marathon swimmers at 2016 Olympics BY BILL MCLEAN, SPORTS@NORTHSHOREWEEKEND.COM

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aurel Liberty’s face lit up. One of the Lake Forest Swim Club coach’s swimmers, 11-yearold Connor Boyle, had just bettered the regional cut in the 100yard breaststroke last winter. By a lot, a good two seconds. It was a breakthrough swim. Boyle got out of the pool and neared Liberty. The coach’s wide smile stuck around. For quite a while. It blinded Boyle. “She was really, really happy,” Boyle, a School of St. Mary student, recalls. “She’s positive, motivates me to go fast. If you don’t do well in a race, she points out the good things you did. If you’re doing something wrong, she fixes it; she’s all about fixing things. “She likes to smile,” he adds. “She smiles a lot.” Boyle’s coach is no longer just Laurel Liberty, LFSC Ducks coach. At the U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials in Omaha, Nebraska, last month, she was appointed marathon swimming manager of the United States’ 2016 Summer Olympic Team. The entire swimming contingent of men and women qualifiers will train in San Diego for a week before heading to Rio de Janeiro for the Summer Games in early August. “Really cool,” Boyle says. “A couple of years ago, through her, I got to meet Conor Dwyer [a Loyola Academy graduate, an LFSC product, a 2012 Olympic gold medalist in a relay and a 2016 Olympic qualifier in three events]. He’s friendly, really nice. He signed my clinic badge. The badge, I still have it. It’s somewhere in my house.” Liberty, 34, attended Libertyville High School and lives in Libertyville. There is a Laurel Avenue in Libertyville; Laurel Liberty does not live on Laurel Avenue in Libertyville. She earned All-America honors as a swimmer at North Central College in Naperville and became a multiple gold medal winner at national meets, mostly in distance races, as a Libertyville Masters Swim Team member.

Sean Ryan. Each qualified to swim in the 10K open water race in Rio. They’re marathoners — Liberty’s marathoners. Anderson, 24, won the women’s silver medal in the event at the 2012 Summer Games in London. Wilimovsky and Ryan will hit ocean water in the men’s 10K. Wilimovsky also advanced to Rio in the 1500-meter freestyle. An American man had never qualified to compete in a pool and open water at the same Summer Games until Wilimovsky achieved the double at the Trials in Nebraska. “It can be a funny race, a challenging race,” Liberty says of the 10K. “You’re dealing with waves and weather, plus a number of other factors.” For months, concerns surrounding the Rio Games have been rampant, frightening more than a few elite athletes and their loved ones and knocking Election Year headlines to pages other than the front page. Zika virus. Water pollution. Has a day gone by in the last month when an athlete has not announced his/her intention to skip the Games? Liberty watched a webinar on July 9. It lasted an hour. Informed people from the Centers for Disease Control spoke. So did officials from the United States Olympic Committee and from USA Swimming. “There are a lot of things to be aware of, to learn,” Liberty says. “Bug spray, mosquito netting, the research … we’ve got it covered. Our country is on top of everything. We’ll be fine.” On May 15, Liberty welcomed an addition to her house. The addition attends LFSC swimming practices, sitting and watching and BRAZIL BOUND: Laurel Liberty was appointed by USA Swimming to be manager of the team’s three 10K competitors at the Summer drawing plenty of attention from Games Rio de Janiero. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER Ducks of all ages. Liberty got a puppy, a BeauceShe started coaching LFSC best. When you see kids latch on, practice each week.” Hawaii. age-group swimmers in 2004 and grow interested in swimming … Three U.S. swim coaches guided “I love to travel, see new places,” ron. “He’s a pile of jumping beans, fellow Masters swimmers in ’08. that’s the best. They give you that the USA-Russia Bilateral Presi- Liberty says. “I studied in Central “I started looking around for a look, that look that says, ‘I get it.’ dential Exchange Team in America. I’ve never been to Rio, a lot of energy,” she says. “Real job [before getting a master’s Then, to see them blossom is re- Moscow in 2012. Liberty was one never been to South America. I’m smart, too. He doesn’t swim. If I degree in education, at DePaul warding. of the them. She had served as excited; it’s going to be a real cool were to let him swim, he’d probUniversity], and as soon as I began “It’s at that point,” she adds, manager for Team USA at the experience. I’m looking forward to ably never want to get out of the water.” working with the kids, I fell in love “when you nudge them at the right 2011 World Championships in seeing great athletes compete.” The puppy’s name? with coaching. I want kids to work moment, encouraging them to cut Shanghai, China, and at the 2010 Including Americans Haley Rio. hard, give good efforts, try their more time and come to one more Junior Pan Pacific Games in Anderson, Jordan Wilimovsky and


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D1 Chicago 18 Green: Featuring Dillon Balk (Glenbrook D1 Chicago 17 Black:The D1 North), Declan Cannon (Maine Chicago 17 Black squad — Kamil South), Jeremy Doman (GlenBarabas (Glenbrook North), Chris brook North), Joe Ferber (GlenDumitru (Evanston), Teddy brook North), Evan Lindley Gregory (Glenbrook South), Luke (Evanston), Daniel Martens Hoelscher (Glenbrook North), (Glenbrook North), Noah Regnier Clark Reinfranck (Glenbrook (Loyola Academy), Isaac Sageman North), Ned Sutoris (St. Ignatius), (Evanston), Jon Simon (GlenWally Waterloo (Evanston), Shan brook North) and Michael Waterloo (Evanston) and Kevin Tamkin (New Trier), the D1 White (Loyola Academy) — came Chicago 18 Green squad placed home with a fifth-place finish in 10th in the Open Division at the the Club Division at the 2016 2016 USAV Boys’ National USAV Boys’ National Champion- Championships in Dallas, Texas ships in Dallas, Texas on July 3-6. ( June 29-30, July 1-2). D1 Chicago 17 Green: The D1 Adversity 18 Purple: AdverChicago 17 Green roster of sity 19 Purple finished 17th in the Matthew Biebach (Glenbrook Club Division at the 2016 USAV North), Chase Bolan (Glenbrook Boys’ National Championships in North), Matthew Bryne (Loyola Dallas, Texas ( June 29-30, July Academy), Nicolas Cavallaro 1-2). (Glenbrook South), Griffin Cook Adversity’s roster included (Northside Prep), Myles Engle Nathan Amos (Lake Zurich), (Glenbrook South), Artur Ko- James Chiou (New Trier), Angelo zlowski (Northside Prep), Bernard Coniglio (Hersey), Alex KraMason (Evanston), Jack Sullivan sowski (Lake Zurich), Justin (Glenbrook South) and Daniel Leonard (Stevenson), Henry Voronov (Glenbrook North) took Lindstrom (New Trier), Grant 15th in the Open Division at the Maleski (Stevenson), Harry 2016 USAV Boys’ National Cham- Marwill (New Trier), Michael pionships in Dallas, Texas on July May (Carmel), John Ridgway, Jacob White (Warren) and 3-6. BOYS CLUB VOLLEYBALL

William Wolf (New Trier). Adversity 17 Purple: Jackson Bilello (New Trier), Matthew Cliffer (Stevenson), Billy Fauntleroy (New Trier), Niko Gjaja (New Trier), Sudhish Gogula, Jacob Gorey, Hudson Havenhill (Stevenson), John Herron (Carmel), Ryan Hinschel (Libertyville), Kieran Hutchison (New Trier), Danny Johnson (Warren) and Samual Kharasch (Libertyville) teamed up to take 25th place in the Open Division at the 2016 USAV Boys’ National Championships in Dallas, Texas on July 3-6.

South’s Julia Rytel and New Trier’s Nicole Urbanowicz helped the Sky High 17 Red team to a ninthplace finish in the Premier Division at the 2016 AAU Girls’ Junior National Championships in Orlando, Florida on June 22-25. The roster also includes Allison Cole, Hannah Johnson, Brenna Koch, Meghan Schwallie, Caitlin Thorelius, Georgia Wicker and Mckayla Wuensch. Junior Wildcats 18 Black: Competing in the Premier Division, the Junior Wildcats 18 Black girls volleyball team placed 15th in the 2016 AAU Girls’ Junior VOLLEYS | National Volleyball ChampionGIRLS CLUB VOLLEYBALL ships in Orlando Florida on June Sky High 17 Black: The Sky 22-25. The team features five players High 17 Black squad, which features Lake Forest High School’s from New Trier (Nicole Beto, Emma Patlovich and Ashley Wil- Brooke Carlson, Meghan Riordan, liams, wound up 13th place in the Isabelle Tashima and Allyson Open Division at the 2016 USAV Vaughn) and two players from Girls’ National Championships in Loyola Academy (Melanie Fyda and Olivia Van Zelst). The other Indianapolis, Indiana on July 2. The other team members roster members include Lake Forinclude Alyson Dion, Lauren est’s Meghan McGrail, Evanston’s Hanlon, Mckenna Lahr, Sydney Ruby Smith and Niles West’s Nemtuda, Morgan O’Brien, Eleni Balourdes. Last year, this group took 18th Jordan Proszenyak, Mikayla Robinson and Timber Terrell. in the Open Division at the AAU Sky High 17 Red: Glenbrook Junior Nationals.

Earlier this year, Carlson announced that she will play her college volleyball at Division III Pomona in California. Vaughn (Ohio), Tashima (Harvard), Fyda (Massachusetts), Van Zelst (Purdue) and Smith (New Hampshire) will be playing at the Division I level.

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IJGA-CDGA Junior Amateur: Lake Forest’s Jason Folker carded a 69 on round two and ended up with a 215 in the 54-hole IJGA-CDGA Junior Amateur at Mill Creek Golf Club on July 6-8. That score placed the rising LFHS senior in a three-way tie for third place with Willow Springs’ Patrick Akaniroj and Geneva’s Tyler Isenhart. Geneva’s Devin Johnson finished first with a 1-under 212 (72-70-72). Glenview’s Jarrett Prchal (class of 2018) recorded a 223 (tied for 13th), while Lake Bluff ’s Scott Frevert (class of 2018) tallied a 224 (tied for 17th). MAJGT Kenosha Classic: Sixth place drew quite the crowd in Kenosha Classic on July 7-8. Four players from the North Shore

area — Winnetka’s William Nummy, Peter Miles and Henry Horne and Northbrook’s Henry Knez — completed the 36-hole Mid-American Junior Golf Tour’s tourney at the Kenosha Country Club with 155s. All told, there were seven players shooting that score. The medalist was Matthew Tuman of Wausau, Wisconsin, who finished with a 2-over 146. John Bowen of Kenilworth placed 14th (157). Nummy (class of 2018) is putting together a solid summer. He placed 11th in the recent Illinois State Junior Amateur at Makray Memorial in Barrington.

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MAJGT Kenosha Classic: Glencoe’s Rachel Rhee, who will be a junior at New Trier, shot a 161 (78-83) to place sixth in the Kenosha Classic on July 7-8 at the Kenosha Country Club. Highland Park’s Nicole Berardi (class of 2017) finished with a 172 to take 12th place. Julia Alhemoud of Johnstown, Pennsylvania had a 72 on the second round to take top honors.

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n avid Pittsburgh Penguins fan walks into a restaurant and shakes hands with me, an avid Chicago Blackhawks fan. We sit at a table at Egg Harbor Café in Lake Forest. We order oatmeal. It is early June, and Andy Duran’s Pens are in the Stanley Cup Final, skating with Sharks from San Jose. My Hawks, firstround victims, had turned in their equipment weeks ago. Duran has every right to gloat or litter our conversation with trash talk. He does neither. Too polite. “I like all professional teams from Pittsburgh,” Duran, a native of Jacksonville, Florida, and a current Lake Bluff resident, says. “One of my favorite trips, as a kid, was traveling to Bradenton [Florida] in the spring to watch the Pirates play spring training games. I’d attend Steelers-Jaguars football games when the Steelers visited Jacksonville. “I ran track [at Nease High School in St. Augustine, Tim Tebow’s alma mater]. I played baseball in high school. I played second base and shortstop and bench … mostly bench.” Duran, 37, is a starting quarterback today, Chief Signal Caller (Executive Director, actually) of Lake Forest-based LEAD (Linking Efforts Against Drugs). Before landing the job, in 2012, three local teenagers had committed suicide in a span of 87 days. One suicide in a year is exactly one

too many. Three, in a quarter of a year? The number shook the Lake Forest, Lake Bluff and Knollwood communities. The number rattled Duran. “It’s one of the reasons I applied for the position,” he says. “It’s still a concern in our country. It’s not going to go away. At LEAD we primarily address the causes of drug abuse among teens and young adults. We take a community approach, seeking assistance from businesses and educators, non-profits and law enforcement. Drug abuse drives some to commit suicide. We’re focused on drug prevention.” Suicide prevention, too. LEAD launched Text-ATip in early 2014. The 24/7 crisis hotline initially served middle school and high school students in Lake Forest/Lake Bluff/ Knollwood, and everybody knows most middle school and high school students text almost as often as they breathe. Text-A-Tip helps those suffer ing from depression, substance abuse, peer pressure and bullying issues, among other conditions. How it works: ailing student (or a friend

of an ailing student) thumbs a community code and crafts an anonymous text to a number (274637); a state-licensed mental health professional responds to the text no more than a few minutes later. No other crisis hotline in the country provides such assistance. Duran oversaw the expansion of Text-A-Tip in Highland Park and Deerfield school districts, in New Trier Township, in McHenry County. Educators from other states have heard about TextA-Tip’s usefulness (more than 4,400 texts, through 2015) and contacted Duran to help them initiate a similar service. “Kids today are growing up faster than they need to grow up,” Duran, father of two daughters (ages six and four), says. “There’s a lot of pressure to succeed at the high school level, to get into the right school. Some kids feel that a n d become depressed. S o m e resort to drugs and become addicted to them. At

LEAD we focus on reverse stigma. I don’t consider drug abuse a dirty condition; drug abusers are people, suffering through a disease, an illness, and they need help. We’re here for them. “Happier kids in a community,” he adds, “make that community a healthier one.” It hits me, at about the time he swallows his ninth spoonful of oatmeal, that Duran was probably that clean-cut boy in high school who got voted “Most Likely to Stay Clean-cut” by his peers. His hair is neat and parted, professional-looking, ready for some big board meeting. Or a wedding. His clothes sport as many wrinkles as those found on a tot’s face. Duran attended Saint Leo University in Florida, majoring in religion and minoring in special education, and wanted to live and work near a big city. He interviewed for jobs near New York and Chicago in the spring of 2001. His first job, in Chicago: case manager for Misericordia Home North. For more than five years he was a youth minister at Church of St. Mary in Lake Forest. In 2004 Duran founded Lake Forest-based Camp Hope, a five-day recreational and residential summer escape for children, teens and young adults who are challenged by developmental disabilities. Ideal preparatory posts for what he is doing today. When he isn’t saving lives as LEAD’s leader, he’s impacting them. Busy, busy. Duran, Duran. “My grandfather [the late Ed

Duran, an engineer] and father [Paul, a former photographer currently in the banking industry] taught me the importance of hard work and resiliency,” says Duran, whose wife, Liz, has taught Chicago Public School and School of St. Mary students. “My grandfather was a family man; family was always No. 1. My father is just like him, quiet, a man who likes to sit back when he’s around his family and soak everything in.” The topic of conversation shifts to Duran’s role as a parent. He takes it as seriously as he takes his job. He mentions the setting of expectations, the importance of balance in his daughters’ lives. The Durans love to visit Chicago. They travel to Florida at least three times a year. They bond at pools and at beaches. “I want my children to be nice,” Duran says. “I want them to be gentle, Christian human beings. As a parent I put more emphasis on effort than I do on anything else. One of my daughters completed an art project at school. What mattered to me, more than anything else, was the time she devoted to it, her dedication to it from start to finish. The result was secondary. The beauty of it was secondary.” Andy Duran certainly appreciated the efforts of his beloved Penguins in the Stanley Cup Final last month. He didn’t mind the result, either: Pittsburgh, in six games. Visit leadingefforts.org for more information on LEAD.

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