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Tom Ricketts to LFC grads: Find your quest in life BY DONALD LIEBENSON DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

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om Ricketts, executive chairman and co-owner of the Chicago Cubs, addressed Lake Forest College’s Class of 2017 on May 14 and hoped for them what he himself had been able to achieve as part of a winning team that transformed the Cubs from “loveable losers” into World Series champions. “I really hope and pray you will all find a quest in your life,” he said. “Having a fulfilling job is great, but being on a quest is truly incredible, particularly if you’re on that quest with people you respect and admire.” It was a beautiful day for a graduation at the friendly confines of Ravinia Festival’s Pavilion in Highland Park; a mix of clouds and Continued on PG 12

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here was a time when the kitchen was off limits to anybody who did not cook food — except for those culinarily challenged family members who tiptoed late at night to make trips to the fridge for a snack. The kitchen today? It has been called a home’s hub, heartbeat, gathering place. Children are completing homework assignments at the kitchen island, while battling teardrops as Mom or Dad cuts onions for that night’s dinner salad. Guests no longer converse in living rooms; they’re either interacting with the hosts near the kitchen’s fully integrated refrigerator or maybe marveling at the kitchen’s old-is-new-again apron sink under the hands-free faucet. “Kitchens are getting so jazzed up,” says Karey Walker of Highland Park. “It’s not a space you want to hide; it’s a place you want to show off.” Since it’s the most important room in the house, with the most foot traffic, kitchens — particularly those of the luxury variety — are getting bigger and contain pieces that used to be staples in dining rooms and even studies. “Parents and their children are recharging their devices while sitting at the kitchen island,” says Lyana Aldamuy, a kitchen and bath designer at the Studio 41 Home Design Showroom in Highland Park. “It’s no longer just

Luxury kitchens like this one from Studio 41 are getting bigger and better than ever.

an area where the family gets together to eat. “Remember the sounds of kitchen drawers and cabinets slamming shut?” she adds. “You’re not hearing those as much now, because more homeowners are choosing to install slow-close drawers and cabinets. Most people put more money into the kitchen than they do in any other room

in the house.” Scott Ryan — a showroom director at Studio 41’s 40,000-square-foot, state-of-theart store on Skokie Valley Road — gives a tour of the showroom to a visitor, who asks, “White is still the most popular color for a kitchen, right?” Ryan then informs the soonto-be-enlightened visitor that yes,

white will likely always be a go-to tone for the kitchen, but to also keep an eye out for “greige.”His audience requests an explanation. “It’s a color combination of gray and beige,” Ryan explains. “It’s more of a color direction, driven by designers. We’re seeing customers who want two-toned kitchens — light colors around the top, darker colors near the

floor. Kitchens today are essentially entertainment places, and that’s why you’re seeing people interested in adding a ‘wow’ factor to the place. “Our biggest thing here is our one-stop element,” he adds, noting Studio 41 also operates three Kohler stores. “All of our Continued on PG 12

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Renaissance Place seeks to ‘broaden definition of retail’ and office space in the mall separate from the space formerly occupied by Saks, which closed he new owners of Highland in 2012, was 90 percent leased, Park’s Renaissance Place and the 32 one- and twodowntown shopping bedroom apartments were 96 destination will allow leasing percent leased. opportunities to health clubs, Existing tenants include Alixandria Collection, Jos A including Pilates or yoga studios, Bank, Pottery Barn, Williams as well as other personal serviceoriented businesses, thanks to a Sonoma, Starbucks, and others. new city ordinance. Tabani plans to reposition the Before the new ordinance was proper t y via multiple passed at the May 8 City Council improvements, including possible meeting, the new owners of zoning and building changes at Renaissance Place, Tabani Group, the former Saks site for commercial and/or residential submitted a letter to the city’s use, according to the City of Plan & Design Commission with a proposal to “broaden the Renaissance Place in downtown Highland Park. Highland Park. On March 2, Crain’s Chicago definition of retail.” Business reported that “SeattleIn a March 24 letter to the with the Pedestrian Oriented agreement that was adopted prior in Glenview. City of Highland Park, the Shopping Overlay district to the POSO. The Tabani Group manager of based Metzler, the North AmerThe Tabani Group, a Dallas- acquisitions and development is ican unit of German bank Tabani Group said the term retail (POSO) uses,” said Joel Fontane, in the 1998 city ordinance was director of community based commercial real estate a Glencoe native with an office Bankhaus Metzler, sold restrictive, and that Renaissance development, at the May 8 City company, purchased Renaissance in Lincolnwood. Renaissance Place for just $32.7 Place is at a competitive Council meeting. He added that Place on February 17.   Zaffar Renaissance Place, established million, about 38 percent less disadvantage in downtown the development is more Tabani founded the company in in 2000, comprises retail space, than the $53.1 million it paid for Highland Park. restricted in its use selection for 1981. It has an estimated offices and apartments totaling the property in December 2006, “The ordinance amending the the ground floor than the POSO, portfolio exceeding $1 billion, 221,789 square feet. The site also county records show. The price is special use is to relieve the and that both the second floor with more than 10 million square has a movie theater and an also less than the roughly $42 development of stated use and first floor were further feet of real estate nationwide, underground parking garage. At million in debt that Metzler restrictions that do not coincide restricted by the development including the Glen Town Center the time of the listing, the retail carried on the property, a loan it BY JULIE KEMP PICK DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

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NEWS KITCHENS Cont. from PG 1 stores are one-stop shops. We sell an array of products, and we outfit any budget. Our owner [Louis Silver] came up with the one-stop concept because he didn’t like having to go to nine different places to design a part of his home.” Ten years from now, Geno Benvenuti — owner of Benvenuti and Stein, a residential Design-Build firm in Winnetka — predicts the dining room in most homes will have become extinct. Imagine that: the dining room having something in common with the dodo bird. “Dining rooms are pretty much gone now,” Benvenuti says. “If one exists in a home today, it’s a room a family member enters only because it’s on the way to the Pops of orange color brighten this kitchen designed by Benvenuti and Stein. kitchen. The kitchen today is a home’s most important room adding comfortable chairs to the the ones you see on a plane; they’re be bigger because all of the family because it’s sufficient enough for kitchen, and the screens of TVs in 32-inch flat screens, or bigger. members are usually in it at the “A kitchen,” he adds, “needs to same time, and it’s a perfect setting multiple purposes. People are kitchens are no longer the size of RICKETTS Cont. from PG 1

said Joshua Kim prior to the ceremony. “I don’t think I’d be sun, temperature just above 70 who I am today without my degrees and a southwest wind fellow graduates. I believe this between 10 and 20 m.p.h. Rick- was a golden class for Lake Forest etts, whose family purchased the College. It’s daunting to be startCubs from the Chicago Tribune ing this new chapter. We’re in 2009, did not invoke the late adults; it’s different from any Ernie Banks’ mantra, “Let’s play other time in our lives.” two,” but in one breathless stretch, Joel Velazquez of Hoffman he did offer the graduating class Estates was basking in the 108 pieces of advice, one for every moment of his son’s graduation. year that the Cubs did not win a “(It means) the world,” he said. World Series title, which itself, “I’m very proud of my son and he joked, was something of a look forward to many things to remarkable achievement. come from him.” He admitted he Commencement speakers are is a White Sox fan, but conceded the one thing standing between Ricketts’ success story and said graduates and their hard-earned he hoped “he will say a couple of degrees and their lives as inde- words that will help (the gradupendent adults. They at once want ates) to get to where he has been. to savor the moment and get on That would be nice.” with it. Ricketts obliged. He counted “I’m sad to be leaving college,” himself among those “who got to

Tom Ricketts was Lake Forest College’s commencement speaker and received an honorary degree on May 14. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

accomplish a goal and live a dream.” “I was there, I saw the whole thing and I got this (World Series) ring,” he said, flashing it to the applause of the crowd. While he cited study findings that the only thing graduates tend to remember from their graduation ceremonies is the weather, he presented, tongue-in-cheek, what he ensured the audience was “the most complete collection of graduation advice ever assembled in one commencement address,” 108 maxims culminating in what he called “a cliché crescendo”: “Tomorrow is a better day, the future is bright, you are the future, the future is yours.” That future was on the minds of the graduates. Kim said he wants to work on a political campaign, get his master’s degree and attend law school. Charles Curren plans to create a cartoon and study improvisational comedy in Chicago. Charlotte Chadwick, an English major, wants to become an editor. For them and others, Ricketts devoted the last three of his 108 pieces of advice to the motivational maxims of Cubs manager Joe Maddon. The first was “Never let the pressure exceed the pleasure,” on which Ricketts elaborated, “Please enjoy what you do. (If you) maintain a positive mental attitude, your life becomes magical.” The second was “Do simple better,” meaning they should focus on the fundamentals. The third was Maddon’s most quoted phrase, “Try not to suck.” This, Ricketts, explained, was less

about accomplishments than it was about nurturing positive relationships. “The first half of your career will be defined by your accomplishments,” he said. “The second half will be about…did you work well with others, did you help people succeed, did other people want to work with you and did you treat others well?” In his own case, he said, the Cubs’ World Series victory was testament that “no one accomplishes a great task on their own.”

for family time.” Among the other luxury kitchen trends: transitional designs that merge traditional and contemporary elements; steam ovens; smart ovens, too, capable of texting you to let you know your dinner is ready; mixed metals for a kitchen’s hardware, or “an infusion of polished brass and burnished gold,” says Marcus Voltz, business manager of Banner Plumbing in Buffalo Grove; and cabinetry material — stainless steel, aluminum or resin — for homeowners who want the extension of their kitchens (an area outside) to survive the weather conditions year-round. “People want to take the party outside without having to constantly run inside to pick up something for the guests,” says Rick Glickman, founder and president of Dream Kitchens, Inc., in Highland Park, and a professional who knew 22 years ago — well before HGTV’s Property Brothers knew

— how beneficial it is to show homeowners a kitchen design on a monitor (in 3D) before they make the decision to purchase it. “People are buying all kinds of products online, but they come to our showroom because, in many cases, they want [advice and support] as we take them through the process of designing and installing a kitchen,” Glickman says. The human touch — it’s still with us, thankfully. And it’s thriving and thumping in the hearts of homes. “In our digital age,” Glickman says, “people still need a place to congregate, communicate and feel comfortable, and that place is the kitchen — an emoji-free zone. People, more and more, are eating and interacting away from formal settings. “It’s all about the friendly gathering experience and feeling that experience,” he adds. “A kitchen is the ideal place for get-togethers with family and friends.”

In 2010, he reminded his audience, the Cubs was the oldest team in baseball, had the third highest payroll and was saddled with long contracts. “The team was not prepared for success,” he said, “(but) we committed to each other within the organization to stick to our plan.” The upshot, he said, “Life is fuller not because of a ring or a parade, but because of all the people that trusted me. I’m able to say, ‘Thank you. Without your support I never would have been

able to help this team move forward.’ ” Not that Ricketts didn’t impart any harsher truths to the graduates. Noting that Lake Forest College had bestowed on him an honorary doctorate of letters, he joked, “I feel bad for you guys because you spent four years working all the time to get a bachelor’s degree, and I get to be a doctor just for finishing this speech. That’s life lesson number one: things always aren’t all that fair.”


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Alger nationally recognized for her engaging fiction essays, and poetry. Especially today, when there n an age where most teenagers are so many mediums, outlets, are used to expressing them- and apps for people to express selves in 140-character tweets themselves, what is it about the or with a series of emojis and gifs, classical form that calls to her? “Prose just feels more natural Olivia Alger of Lake Bluff stands out. While other students her age because I’m able to follow a really think “stories” are a daily compi- unique voice in a way that guides lation of pictures and short videos me through the storytelling in a on Snapchat, Alger carefully way that I don’t really feel with creates stories out of elegant prose poetry or screenplays or nonficfrom a variety of human perspec- tion,” says Alger, now a senior at Interlochen. tives. She even remembers her very The U.S. Presidential Scholars Program recognized her talent first short story. Her first grade for crafting engaging fictional teacher assigned the class a oneprose with her nomination this page short story about anything April as a 2017 semifinalist in the they wanted. Alger laughs selfArts category. Alger also received consciously when she explains partial scholarship to attend In- the finished piece was about terlochen Center for the Arts for visiting Wisconsin Dells with a the last three years. She was a boy whom she had a crush on. “Writing, even though it was National YoungArts Finalist in 2016 for her short fiction and just one page for first grade, held she’s won two Gold Keys and a my focus in a way that was really slew of other recognitions from enthralling to me,” Alger says. the Scholastic Art and Writing “Nothing I’d ever done in my Awards over the last few years for short life leading up to that point her short stories, nonfiction had ever captivated me like that.” BY JAKE JARVI

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Growing Up” is about a girl in high school whose older brother has just gotten out of rehab for drug abuse and is getting married. Those are the two stories that were recognized by the U.S. Presidential Scholar Program. Other Alger works appear online. On YouTube, she reads with quiet intensity from her story “For What It’s Worth,” a scene where a child happens upon a kitchen drawer full of his friend’s mother’s used needles, at a 2016 National YoungArts Week event. On the website Teenage Wasteland Review, her short story “The Kids Don’t Stand a Chance” contains lovely insights like “I don’t tell him to stop smoking, even though the smell digs into the car like nail marks Olivia Alger at 2016 National YoungArts reading. into a palm.” Her prose is punchy and insightful, fun to read while Alger’s current work is far from about a mentally ill woman living it pulls you deeper into her charthe wish fulfillment fiction of her in Ohio who spends a lot of time acters’ circumstances. “When I was younger, I did a six-year-old self. The stories are in a particular hotel. It’s about dedicated to getting inside the her interactions with the people lot with fantasy and creating new heads of characters far from her at that hotel and where those worlds, but I think that at this own experience. “Sleep Junk” is interactions lead her. “Rutabaga, point in my life I’m really driven

by people and their emotions in a situation,” Alger says. “I really want each piece to have a voice that’s unique to the character that is narrating. Something that I’m consistently grappling with is the ability to be emotionally reachable to any reader while still having some level of intellectual prosperity. The way to balance that is to write about people that everyone knows, but perhaps their stories haven’t been told yet. I want to write about the people who have moved me, and hopefully that will get somebody else to think about how they treat other people.” Though she wrote the screenplay for an episode of a fellow Interlochen student’s zombie series and she’s been engaging more with poetry this past semester at school, narrative prose is still the medium that speaks to Alger best. Her next project is looking for a publisher. She’s selected nine of her pieces she wants to see as her first collection of short stories.


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NORTH SHORE FOODIE

Gourmet donuts are a weekend treat WHENHEALTH HEALTH WHEN YOUR ISISYOUR DESTINATION, DESTINATION, ’RE HERE TO BE WE WE”RE HERE TO BE YOURGUIDE GUIDE YOUR

Above: DB3 Donuts usually offers about 10 standard varieties and five to six chef specials. Below: Pastry Chef Amanda Warren lays on the chocolate glaze. PHOTOGRAPHY BY GEORGE PFOERTNER BY EMILY SPECTRE DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

The pastry chef at DB3 Donuts makes small batches of donuts f you are going to have a donut, throughout the day, instead of why not make it a fresh one? making a large batch in the That philosophy is the guiding morning. This system means that principle of DB3 Donuts, a small most customers choose from an assortment of warm donuts. donut shop in Evanston. One of the most popular of“Our goal is to be the freshest donut you will ever have,” Robert ferings is called The Dude, a maple-cinnamon-sugar donut LaPata, one of the owners of DB3 Donuts told DailyNorthShore. topped with a bourbon-maple DB3 Donuts opened a year glaze, applewood bacon and more ago April in a storefront on cinnamon sugar. Also popular is a yeast donut Central Avenue adjacent to the popular Ten Mile House restauwith a salted caramel pastry rant. That’s no coincidence. cream filling that is topped with LaPata and his two business chocolate glaze and salted partners, Joe Krouse and Fredcaramel and pearl sugar. The shop eric Gale, also own Ten Mile usually offers about 10 standard House and originally decided to varieties and five to six chef lease the neighboring storefront specials. for additional storage. DB3 Donuts also sells drip At first, the space served as a coffee, an organic specialty blend private dining room — somemade just for them by Sparrow Coffee Roastery. thing Ten Mile House customers were requesting — as well as “Their coffee is fantastic,” he overflow and additional storage said. for the restaurant. But they on trend in Chicago over the past “Let’s make it special and let’s “We would love to open other noticed that at times the space few years. “We saw the success make it manageable,” LaPata said, locations and are always looking but it has to the right opportuwas sitting vacant and seemed to that (donut) places were having explaining their philosophy. be underutilized. They discussed in the city and nothing like that What LaPata loves best about nity,” he said. As for the name DB3? Three how to better use the space. had opened on the North Shore,” DB3 Donuts is that the shop has “What can we do to enhance LaPata remarked. become a special treat for parents business partners, a.k.a., three it? We came up with donuts DB3 Donuts is open for busi- who want to take a break from donut boys. because we knew it wouldn’t can- ness on weekends only, serving busy schedules and spend some nibalize Ten Mile House and it small-batch, gourmet donuts. one-on-one time with their chilDB3 Donuts is at 1704 Central is something that is just fun,” Given the limited hours, LaPata dren. Street, Evanston, and is open said they see the shop as almost “That’s what I love about it,” Saturday and Sunday only, 8 a.m. LaPata explained. he said. to 2 p.m. And donut shops have been a pop-up restaurant.

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LOVE & MARRIAGE

Clutter-free marriage creates spring renewal

Joanna Brown

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s you drive down your block on Garbage Day, the signs of spring are all there: overflowing trash cans,

piles of rusty hose reels and leaky hoses lining the curb, and papershredder confetti littering the lawn.

Spring Cleaning is upon us. I overhauled my coat closet today; you might have heard my son moaning about how he had to try on every … single … hat … I had found crammed into the deepest crevices of that tiny space. The experience was as painful to him as a drug-free root canal. The American Cleaning Institute found in 2013 that 72 percent of adults — like me — do some Spring Cleaning every year; a similar number reported that Spring Cleaning is a tradition worth maintaining. And science says the practice is good for our families. The journal Psychology Today reported in 2015 that clutter increases stress; it distracts us, and the smell, noise and sight of toppling piles overwhelm our senses. Organized spaces, in contrast, are associated with increased physical activity, generosity, conventionality and eating more healthily. The same Spring Cleaning practices can be applied to marriage. Innumerable experts have examined this idea and written about it far moreeloquently than

The journal Psychology Today reported in 2015 that clutter increases stress; it distracts us, and the smell, noise and sight of toppling piles overwhelm our senses.

I can, but their advice generally falls into three areas: 1. As in your home, clean out the clutter in your marriage. You could do that by mastering the art of forgiveness, dealing with the past, and talking about the subjects in our lives that are the most stressful – finances, for one. A 2016 study by TD Bank (the bank actually entitled the survey “Love and Money”) found that people who talk about money more often have a higher level of happiness with their significant other — 78 percent who talk at least once a week about dollars and cents say they are happy, compared to 50 percent who discuss the subject every few months. 2. Discard old habits. Resolve to abandon your most childish behaviors. If your phone or tablet is keeping you out of conversations with your spouse after dinner, resolve to cut back on your screen time in favor of interpersonal communications. Researchers at Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business surveyed 453 adults and found

that phone-snubbing behaviors (called phubbing) negatively impact relationship satisfaction; the behavior creates conflict, lessens relationship satisfaction and therefore life satisfaction, and it can increase levels of depression. 3. Identify the areas of your marriage that need more attention. Think of something you used to love doing with your spouse, figure out why you stopped doing it and then make firm plans to do it again soon. A 2008 study from the University of Denver Center for Marital and Family Studies found a highly significant correlation between fun and marital happiness; individual leisure activities, such as watching TV or browsing the Internet, don’t build those positive connections. None of it sounds easy, but it’s far more important than trying on yet another winter hat. Want to share your ideas for Spring Cleaning with Joanna? Please write to her at joanna@ northshoreweekend.com

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Ragdale Foundation Photography by William Hartman

Novel Affair welcomed a stellar lineup of celebrated authors and artists for a weekend of creativity and conversation in support of Ragdale, the artists’ residency in Lake Forest. Nearly 200 people attended the cocktail reception and book-signing hosted by Nicole and Ryan Peterson at the elegant Fairlawn estate, and 120 guests continued on to dinners in private homes. More than $75,000 was raised to support residencies for artists and writers as well as the Ragdale in Schools program.

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NEW LISTING

1235 Whitebridge Lane, Winnetka $5,490,000 Jody Dickstein 847-835-6000

90 Locust Road, Winnetka Dinny Dwyer

$3,400,000 847-446-4000

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219 Central Avenue, Wilmette Beverly & Marshall Fleischman

NEW LISTING

$2,495,000 847-256-7400

470 Saddle Run, Lake Forest Kimberly Shortsle

NEW LISTING

$2,299,000 847-234-8000

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1369 Sunview Lane, Winnetka $2,095,000 Maryann Burke 847-446-4000

849 Michigan Avenue, Wilmette $1,990,000 Linda Martin 847-446-4000

979 Elm Street, Winnetka The Tesar Group

$1,895,000 847-446-4000

2034 Chestnut Avenue, Wilmette $1,895,000 Jack Kruszewski 847-446-4000

505 Jefferson Avenue, Glencoe Gloria Matlin

$2,200,000 847-835-6000

2056 Half Day Road, Highland Park $2,199,000 Janet Borden 847-433-5400

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90 Hawthorn Avenue, Glencoe $1,799,000 Mike Mitchell 847-835-6000

555 E Spruce Avenue, Lake Forest $1,789,000 Jeff Clark 847-541-5000 Open Sun 2:30-4

361 Bluff Street, Glencoe Jody Dickstein

$1,639,900 847-835-6000

1939 Browning Court, Highland Park $1,500,000

Jeff Page

847-234-8000

160 Linden Avenue, Glencoe Mike Mitchell

$1,599,900 847-835-6000

Susan Levinson

2021 St Johns Ave P1, Highland Park $1,599,000

1025 Bluff Road, Glencoe Jody Dickstein

$1,595,000 847-835-6000

1087 Bluff Road, Glencoe Jody Dickstein

$1,575,000 847-835-6000

127 Bertling Lane, Winnetka Beth Groebe

$1,549,000 847-446-4000

334 Park Place, Glencoe Jody Dickstein

$1,499,900 847-835-6000

2645 Greenleaf Avenue, Wilmette $1,399,000 SFC Team 847-446-4000

808 Roslyn Terrace, Evanston Sue Hertzberg

$1,395,000 847-446-4000

206 E Washington Avenue, Lake Bluff $1,299,000 Jean Royster 847-234-8000

342 Beverly Drive, Wilmette Daverille Sher

$1,199,000 847-835-6000

1092 Ash Street, Winnetka $1,090,000 Bonnie Larson & Marila Beatty 847-446-4000

110 Lakewood Pl, Highland Park $989,000 Julie Deutsch 847-835-6000

2217 Chestnut Avenue, Wilmette $980,000 Vicki Nelson 847-446-4000

157 North Avenue, Lake Forest $968,000 Donna Mercier 847-234-8000

152 Bertling Lane, Winnetka SFC Team

$949,000 847-446-4000

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NEW LISTING

578 Woodland Lane, Northfield $899,000 The Tesar Group 847-446-4000

2252 Tennyson Ln, Highland Park $899,000 Jamie Roth 847-433-5400

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455 Berkeley Avenue, Winnetka $1,179,000 Blanche Egan Romey 847-446-4000

2445 Hybernia Dr, Highland Park $948,000 Debra Baker 847-541-5000

1617 Greenwood Avenue, Wilmette $925,000 Gloria Matlin 847-835-6000

NEW LISTING

1455 Lawrence Ave, Lake Forest $899,000 Vera Purcell 847-234-8000

309 Rothbury Court, Lake Bluff $885,000 Suzanne Conolly Myers 847-234-8000

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514 Monroe Avenue, Glencoe Jody Dickstein

$839,900 847-835-6000

1057 Brittany Road, Highland Park $799,000 Jamie Roth 847-433-5400

$835,000 847-446-4000

1377 Asbury Avenue, Winnetka $835,000 SFC Team 847-446-4000

2146 Sheridan Rd, Highland Park $832,500 Cheryl Waldstein 847-835-6000

634 Lamon Avenue, Wilmette Anne DuBray

$829,000 847-724-5800

933 Stonegate Dr, Highland Park $829,000 JoEllen Lidov 847-433-5400

794 Rice Street, Highland Park $799,000 Jamie Roth 847-433-5400

2327 Thornwood Avenue, Wilmette $799,000 Marla Schneider 847-724-5800

670 Sycamore Lane, Glencoe Gloria Matlin

395 Brownville Rd, Highland Park $725,000 Allison Silver 847-433-5400

317 W Sheridan Place, Lake Bluff $719,000 Jean Royster 847-234-8000

548 Willow Road, Winnetka Beth Groebe

$750,000 847-835-6000

NEWSun LISTING Open 2:30-4

Open Sun 1-3

1089 Willow Road, Winnetka Gloria Matlin

$699,000 847-835-6000

1001 Wildwood Ln, Highland Park $699,000 Susan Lindeman 847-234-8000

319 Seven Pines Circle, Highland Park $689,900 Maxine Goldberg and Carly Jone 847-433-5400

2644 Western Ave, Highland Park $665,000 Carol DeGrazia Santi 847-433-5400

5 W Stone Avenue, Lake Forest Elizabeth Jenkins

$659,000 847-234-8000

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3275 Dato Avenue, Highland Park $599,900 Janet Borden 847-433-5400

95 Lakeside Place, Highland Park $599,000 Francie Pinkwater 847-433-5400

279 Eaton Street, Northfield Anne DuBray

$595,000 847-724-5800

1847 Cavell Avenue, Highland Park $565,000 Jamie Roth 847-433-5400

2000 Green Bay Rd 106, Highland Park $649,000

847-433-5400

Open Sun 12-2

2317 Meadow Drive, Wilmette $635,000 Sue Hertzberg 847-446-4000

1069 Hohlfelder Road, Glencoe $619,000 Beverly & Marshall Fleischman 847-256-7400

Open Sun 1-3

759 Rockland Avenue, Lake Bluff $549,000 Megan Hauswirth Beidler 847-234-8000

Open Sun 1:30-3:30

1700 Second Street 309, Highland Park $545,000

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847-433-5400

1179 Hohlfelder Road, Glencoe $530,000 Phyllis Rothschild 847-446-4000

268 Poplar Road, Highland Park $529,000 Nancy Abzug 847-945-7100

1146 Carol Lane, Glencoe Shirley Olin

$525,000 847-835-6000

$484,000 847-433-5400

2912 Lexington Lane, Highland Park

Pam Devendorf

Open Sun 1-2:30

498 Pleasant Ave, Highland Park $480,000 Bradford H. Browne 847-866-8200

1114 Princeton Ave, Highland Park $475,000 Ronna Wisbrod 847-272-9880

1740 Heather Lane, Highland Park $469,900 Shaun Raugstad ABR 847-724-5800

210 Central Park Avenue, Wilmette $419,000 SFC Team 847-446-4000

440 Frost Place, Lake Forest Tom Glusic

1616 Sheridan Road 8B, Wilmette $345,000 Pam & Jim McClamroch 847-446-4000

858 Forest Avenue 858, Evanston $325,000 Barbara Singer 847-835-6000

601 Mulberry Place 2H, Highland Park $325,000

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533 Ridge Road, Wilmette Judy Huske

420 Linden Avenue 502, Wilmette $282,500 Marjorie Rissman 847-433-5400

219 Western Avenue, Highwood $229,000 Carol DeGrazia Santi 847-433-5400

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NEW LISTING

1230 Elmwood Avenue G, Evanston $155,000 Kelley Hughes 847-866-8200

391 Park Ave 101, Highland Park $139,900 Oleg Trifonov 847-433-5400

1812 Brummel Street, Evanston $225,000 Ray Mandel 773-935-4466

2016 Sherman Ave 1E, Evanston $200,000 Sharron Kelley 847-222-5000

847-433-5400

2254 Sherman Avenue 1, Evanston $175,000 Noah Seidenberg 847-866-8200

$315,000 847-724-5800

221 Prairie Avenue 4, Highwood $159,000 Brendan Santi 847-433-5400

$389,000 847-234-8000

2000 Green Bay Rd 308, Highland Park $349,000

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COLDWELL BANKER PRESENTS…

EXCEPTIONAL NEW HOME 219 Central | Wilmette Beverly Fleischman

$2,495,000 847-217-0494

55 Overlook Drive | Golf Maureen Spriggs

$2,225,000 847-721-6028

NEW LISTING- OPEN SUNDAY 1450 Grant Road | Northbrook Debra Kruger

$2,199,000 847-302-0550

1369 Sunview Lane | Winnetka Maryann Burke

$2,095,000 847-899-5508

OPEN SUNDAY 2034 Chestnut Avenue | Wilmette Jack Kruszewski

$1,895,000 847-254-7528

OPEN SUNDAY 1-3 385 Palos Road | Glencoe Jann Tyler

877 Hill Road | Winnetka Maryann Burke

$1,695,000 847-899-5508

OPEN SUNDAY 1-3 $1,575,000 847-373-0505

200 Golf Terrace | Wilmette Liz Van Horn

$1,499,000 847-702-9686


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SELECT NORTH SHORE LISTINGS OPEN SUNDAY 2-4

271 Scott | Winnetka Joan Conlisk

$1,495,000 847-721-5690

489 Jefferson | Glencoe Eileen Collins

$1,379,000 847-507-3462

OPEN SUNDAY 246 Scott | Winnetka Ann George

$1,275,000 847-989-8012

1347 Sunview Lane | Winnetka Maryann Burke

$1,249,000 847-899-5508

1241 Maple | Wilmette Liz Van Horn

$1,199,000 847-702-9686

455 Berkeley | Winnetka Blanche Romey

$1,179,000 847-209-6106

1048 Pleasant Lane | Glenview Kathy Lerner

$1,150,000 847-302-2399

2406 Pomona | Wilmette Beverly Fleischman

$1,075,000 847-217-0494

OPEN SUNDAY 2-4

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COLDWELL BANKER PRESENTS…

OPEN SUNDAY 849 Willow | Winnetka Candy Pyle

$999,000 847-217-9346

UNDER CONTRACT

1640 Sunset Ridge | Northbrook Patti Skirving

$995,000 847-924-4119

CONVENIENCE, CHARM & COMFORT

1733 Surrey Lane | Lake Forest Linda Barbera-Stein

$995,000 847-926-1727

910 Oakwood | Wilmette Maureen Spriggs

$950,000 847-721-6028

1917 Birchwood | Wilmette Kathy Lerner

$729,000 847-302-2399

3226 Temple Lane | Wilmette Beverly Fleischman

$679,000 847-217-0494

1011 Hunter | Glenview Jackie Thom

$615,000 773-617-7361  

NEW LISTING

2000 Green Bay, #106 | Highland Park $649,000 Linda Barbera-Stein 847-926-1727


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SELECT NORTH SHORE LISTINGS NEW LISTING

1500 Sheridan #6E | Wilmette Meg McGuiness

$545,000 10 Carlisle | Deerfield 847-863-5599 Beverly Fleischman

$525,000 4646 N. Greenview #29 | Chicago 847-217-0494 Amy Larsen

$479,900 773-720-8041

NEW PRICE 3195 Coral Lane | Glenview Sally O’Donnell

$475,000 1630 Sheridan #1M | Wilmette 312-422-5215 Sally O’Donnell

$445,000 8710 Monticello | Skokie 312-422-5215 Debra Kruger

$359,000 847-302-0550

NEW LISTING

2000 Green Bay, #308 | Highland Park $349,000 630 Winnetka Mews #302 | Winneta $329,000 1440 Sheridan #602 | Wilmette Linda Barbera-Stein 847-926-1727 Jackie Thom 773-617-7361 Beverly Fleischman

Wilmette Office 1100 Central Avenue 847-256-7400

Winnetka Office 568 Lincoln Avenue 847-446-4000

$290,000 847-217-0494

Highland Park Office 1741 2nd Street 847-433-5400

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COLDWELL BANKER HIGHLAND PARK OFFICE… SELECT NORTH SHORE LISTINGS

Open Sunday 1905 Waterford | Highland Park | $1,349,000 Marcia Plonsker 847-217-8500

1725 Elmwood | Highland Park | $1,249,000 Janet Borden 847-833-3171

211 Pine Point Drive| Highland Park | $1,249,000 The Max Group 847-922-4815

2252 Tennyson Lane | Highland Park | $899,000 Marcia Shanin 847-219-6400

835 Turnberry Lane | Northbrook | $849,900 The Max Group 847-922-4815

319 Seven Pines | Highland Park | $699,500 The Max Group 847-922-4815

1041 Ridge Unit #505 | Wilmette | $669,000 Janet Borden 847-833-3171

551 Woodvale Avenue | Deerfield | $635,000 Pam Devendorf 847-989-0711

3275 Dato | Highland Park | $599,900 Janet Borden 847-833-3171

new price 4025 Crestwood | Northbrook | $589,000 Roberta Goldstein 847-624-2864

2912 Lexington Lane | Highland Park | $489,000 Pam Devendorf 847-989-0711

265 Whistler Road | Highland Park | $379,000 Valerie Frossard 224-223-2330

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A COMMITMENT OF EXCELLENCE…

Co-lister: Julie Deutsch

411 Lakeside Terrace | Glencoe $8,000,000

Co-lister: Julie Deutsch

1235 Whitebridge Lane | Winnetka $5,490,000

885 Sheridan Road | Glencoe $4,275,000

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301 Keystone Court | Glencoe $1,690,000

361 Bluff Street | Glencoe $1,639,900

957 Vernon Avenue | Glencoe $1,599,000

1025 Bluff Road | Glencoe $1,595,000

1087 Bluff Road | Glencoe $1,575,000

334 Park Place | Glencoe $1,499,900

575 Stonegate Terrace | Glencoe $979,000

367 Laurel Avenue | Highland Park $899,000

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Co-lister: Michael Dickstein

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*Based on information from Midwest Real Estate Data LLC for the period 1/1 - 12/31/16. Criteria: area = 22, closed volume, all property types. ©2017 Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate LLC. 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 and the Coldwell Banker Logo are registered service marks owned by Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. Real estate agents affiliated with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage are independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.

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1419 Waverly Road, Highland Park | 4 bedrooms, 4 full and 2 half baths $3,999,000 | Search 09308282 on coldwellbankerluxury.com

New On Market Private Idyllic English Country Home on the most beautiful street in Highland Park! Updated Cooks Kitchen with high end Stainless Steel Appliances, Granite Counters, Wood Cabinets, Island, and Eating Area. Spacious Formal Dining Room with Windows overlooking the lake and a bay window overlooking the Ravine. Huge Family Room with wide planked hardwood floors, Granite counter, built-ins, windows overlooking the lake. Super large Art Gallery with soaring ceiling and glass doors to the patio and vista of the lake. Spacious step down Living Room with a wall of built-ins and limestone fireplace wall. Just steps away to the sunny Garden Room with sisal flooring and three walls of windows. 2nd floor boasts a Master Suite with Sitting Room, Dressing Room, two walk-in closets, Sleeping Room, and marble Bathroom. Three plus other bedrooms. Three baths. Large Laundry Room as well as a large Office with many built-ins. Third floor Attic. Finished Basement with spacious Recreation Room, Bathroom, Lots of storage, Two staircases. Impeccably maintained and lovingly cared for Home!

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Merle Styer | 847.922.7600 | Merle.Styer@cbexchange.com | MerleStyer.cbintouch.com Coldwell Banker Highland Park | 1741 Second Street | Highland Park, IL 60035

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MARKET IS HOT...LINDA GETS THE JOB DONE! Top 30 of all North Shore Agents in 2016 YTD 849 MICHIGAN AVENUE, WILMETTE

JUST LISTED! | $1,990,000 Amazing Renovations & Lake Views! View Now At...LiveAndPlayNorthShore.com SOLD

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4 Old Hunt Road | Northfield | $1,117,000 | Buyers Agent

534 Dundee Road | Glencoe | $550,000

HOUSE/LAND FOR SALE

JUST LISTED

UNDER CONTRACT IN 5 DAYS

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922 Yale Street | Wilmette $389,000

510 Provident Avenue | Winnetka $547,000

726 Oak Lane | Winnetka $519,000

Winnetka Townhouse

Would you like to know the value of your home and the best time to market it? Call or email me! View more at... LiveAndPlayNorthShore.com | linda.martin@cbexchange.com | 847.275.7253

TOP 1% NRT AGENTS NATIONWIDE 2016|SOLD OVER $600 MILLION WINNETKA OFFICE, 568 LINCOLN AVENUE, WINNETKA, IL 60093, COLDWELLBANKERHOMES.COM ©2017 Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate LLC. 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 and the Coldwell Banker Logo are registered service marks owned by Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. Real estate agents affiliated with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage are independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.

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MAJESTIC HOME WITH LAKE VIEWS!

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803 Michigan Avenue | Wilmette, IL | $1,995,000

Rare Opportunity on Michigan Avenue with All of Wilmette’s Lakefront Amenities! • • • • • • • •

Overlooking Nearly 60 Acres of Parkland Wallace Bowl Amphitheater Gillson Beach Gillson Park, Tennis Center & Play Fields Gillson Dog Beach Sailing Beach Sheridan Shore Yacht Club Michigan Shores Club and

Expansive 82’ x 171’ Lot | Exquisite Landscaping Throughout | Stunning Rooftop Deck | Unbeatable Location

THE SFC TEAM | 847-652-2312 THE #1 SALES TEAM ON THE ENTIRE NORTH SHORE | #SELLINGTHENORTHSHORE

MOVEAHEAD@SFCTEAM.COM | SFCTEAM.COM | FACEBOOK.COM/SFCTEAM | @SFCTEAMHOMES ©2017 Coldwell  Banker  Residen5al  Real  Estate  LLC.  All  Rights  Reserved.  Coldwell  Banker  Residen5al  Brokerage  fully  supports  the  principles  of  the  Fair  Housing  Act  and  the  Equal  Opportunity  Act.  Operated  by  a  subsidiary  of  NRT  LLC.  Coldwell  Banker  and  the  Coldwell  Banker  Logo  are  registered  service  marks  owned  by  Coldwell  Banker  Real   Estate  LLC.  Real  estate  agents  affiliated  with  Coldwell  Banker  Residen5al  Brokerage  are  independent  contractor  sales  associates  and  are  not  employees  of  Coldwell  Banker  Residen5al  Brokerage.  


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NORTH SHORE CLASSICS

615 Laurel Avenue, Wilmette | $1,150,000 Open Sunday, May 21 | 1 - 3pm. Lovely 5 bedroom, 3+ bath home just blocks from Central School and St. Francis Xavier, Maple Park and the L. “Best summer block party in Wilmette!”

750 Brookvale Terrace, Glencoe | $799,999 Dramatic vaulted ceilings, wall of windows in mid-century modern gem. Loads of living space, great cul-de-sac location. “We love being so close to Skokie Country Club and the Forest Preserve.” “Cheryl has assisted me in buying and selling several homes, a testament to her level of professionalism. I would never go anywhere else! She is kind, caring, enthusiastic, knows the market well, and bends over backwards to help her clients.” ~Glencoe Client

2146 Sheridan Road, Highland Park | $832,500 Spanish Mission meets French Art Deco in this ranch-style home, walk-to-everything. “We love the unique character of our home. Our huge yard and perfect location make it even more special!”

202 Central Avenue, Highland Park | $629,000 High ceilings, great light and flow in this updated vintage home on deep lot in walk-to everything location. “We love hearing the waves with the beach just east of us!”

Cheryl Waldstein

847.975.4756 cheryl.waldstein@cbexchange.com cherylwaldstein.com

©2017 Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate LLC. 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 and the Coldwell Banker Logo are registered service marks owned by Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. Real estate agents affiliated with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage are independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.

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May 20 and 21 OPEN | SATURDAY 1:00 - 5:00 PM | SUNDAY 12:00 - 2:00PM Stunning 1st floor condo in the Mansion District Lofts with unobstructed views of the parade grounds. Soaring ceilings, airy open floor plan, updated kitchen with island and granite counters, tranquil master suite with 4 piece bath, large lower level offers light filled rec room, plenty of storage. Amazing details in this home. Brand new balcony overlooks charming courtyard. Close to lake, metra, great restaurants. A truly special home!

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4 Bedrooms 4.1 Baths

May 21 | OPEN SUNDAY 2:30 - 4:30PM This exquisite home with a nod to Mid-Century Modern style is truly spectacular. Enjoy a luxurious master bedroom suite in a separate wing, a grand lower level with volume ceilings and a digital home theater. Vaulted ceilings, designer finishes, gourmet kitchen, cove lighting, oversized windows and French doors that open to center courtyard. www.420burton.info

Lori Dub 847.778.3756

Lori Dub

lori.dub@cbexchange.com

Real Estate

Š2017 Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate LLC. 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 and the Coldwell Banker Logo are registered service marks owned by Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. Real estate agents affiliated with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage are independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


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Restoring the North Shore for 75 Years 1257 MCKINLEY ROAD | LAKE FOREST Adorable Prairie-style home in East Lake Forest. Bright white kitchen with all new stainless appliances. 1st-floor master bedroom plus an all season room with loads of light. Large unfinished basement and great backyard! Walk to town and just steps to Lake Forest High School.

3 Bedrooms | 2 Baths | $439,000

CONTACT SUSAN FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR A PRIVATE TOUR!

www.birkenheier.com

Susan Lincoln

847.846.8814 slincoln@koenigrubloff.com © BHH Affiliates, LLC.

Winner of the Better Business Bureau 2016 Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics

Award Winning Kitchens Meticulously Designed, Uniquely YOURS! Custom Designed Bathrooms and Closets Chicago’s Outdoor Kitchen Specialist

806 Central Ave., Suite 101 Highland Park, IL 60035 847-433-2400 www.DreamKitchens.com

Kitchens Designed From A Cook’s Perspective Call us for a complimentary consultation!


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NEW LISTING

368 CIRCLE LN, LAKE FOREST

809 LOCUST RD, WINNETKA

153 OAK TER, LAKE BLUFF

952 PINE ST, WINNETKA

Beautifully-designed 5 br, 3.2 ba. Fin LL. Appx 1-acre pro-landscaped lot. $2,295,000

Newer (2015) home on wide (75’x150’) lot near train, town, schools & the lake. $2,175,000

Masterfully-blt James La Duke 2008, 5 br, 4.5 ba brick home, timeless elegance. $1,995,000

Newer custom 6 BR/5.1BTH brick home near town, train & schools on deep lot $1,890,000

J Anderson & D Mancuso 847.234.2500

Sherry Molitor 847.441.6300

Daria Andrews 847.234.2500

Sherry Molitor 847.441.6300

OPEN SUN 13

NEW LISTING

820 LOCUST RD, WILMETTE

721 ROCKEFELLER RD, LAKE FOREST

95 S WAUKEGAN RD, LAKE FOREST

660 HIBBARD RD, WINNETKA

Magnificent 2011 6 br, 5.5 ba luxury home. Quality materials and architecture. $1,345,000

Prime lot and setting on cul-de-sac in Villa Turicum. 4 br, 4.5 ba. Updated. $1,140,000

Classic English Country 5 br, 6.2 ba estate. Appx 2 acres in private location. $1,049,000

Handsome 3 br, 3 ba lannon stone ranch, appx .5-acre. Light and airy interior. $990,000

Joseph Nash 847.441.6300

Chris Downey GRI 847.441.6300

Luke Mutter 847.234.2500

Betsy Burke 847.441.6300

LET THE MOST RESPECTED NAME IN BUSINESS WORK FOR YOU.*

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*Berkshire Hathaway recognized as the world’s most respected company, Barron’s, July 2013.

NEW LISTING

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1270 WINWOOD DR, LAKE FOREST

55 SHAWFORD WAY, LAKE FOREST

1800 SURREY LN, LAKE FOREST

307 E WASHINGTON AVENUE, LAKE BLUFF

Completely-renovated and spacious 5 br, 4.5 ba Colonial. New kitchen and baths. $869,000

Recently-updated 5 br, 3.5 ba brick Georgian on amazing appx 1.5-acre. Move-in. $849,000

WOW! Brilliant over 1 acre. Massive family room w/vaulted ceils. Soothing pool! $849,000

Spacious, elegant 5 br, 4 ba in unbeatable East Lake Bluff. Gut rehab in ‘99. $819,000

Tracy Wurster Team 847.234.2500

Elizabeth Jakaitis 847.234.2500

Maureen O’Grady-Tuohy 847.234.2500

Joe Pasquesi 847.432.3200

OPEN SUN 14

OPEN SUN 13

OPEN SUN 24

NEW LISTING

3030 GRANT ST, EVANSTON

425 PROVIDENT AVE, WINNETKA

1071 MOUNT VERNON AVE, LAKE FOREST

347 WAGNER, NORTHFIELD

Lovingly maintained 3 br, 2.5 ba by architects Granger, Lowe & Bollenbacher. $799,500

Close to town, schools, train. Updated 4 br, 2.5 ba. Renovated lrg kit. Rec rm. $699,000

Custom 4 br, 3 ba 2-story designed and built by owner. Fresh update in 2009. $649,000

Well maintained, pristine large brick ranch with bonus 2nd floor rec room. $619,000

Constance Conway 847.441.6300

Mary Ann Kollar 847.441.6300

Joan Maxwell 847.234.2500

Sherry Molitor 847.441.6300


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OPEN HOUSES 1. 13 Kensington NORTH BARRINGTON Sunday 1-3 $999,000 Jana Sekulich, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 312.919.7037   2. 354 E. Woodland LAKE BLUFF Sunday 1:30-3:30pm $849,995 Lori Baker, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

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6. 430 Oak Ridge Court LAKE BLUFF Sunday 1-3 $625,000 Suzie Hempstead, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.910.8465   7. 312 E. Center Ave LAKE BLUFF Sunday 2-4 $719,000 Daria Andrews, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.219.5748   8. 26 Warrington Dr LAKE BLUFF Sunday 1-3 $745,000 Dede Banks, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.542.0700   9. 246 E. Woodland Rd LAKE BLUFF Sunday 2-4 $839,000 Daria Andrews, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.219.5748   10. 55 Trowbridge Circle LAKE BLUFF Sunday 1-4 $865,000 Rina DuToit, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.814.8648   11. 665 Maple Avenue LAKE BLUFF Sunday 2-4 $1,849,000 Pat Carollo, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.951.8817   12. 45 Warrington Dr LAKE BLUFF 1-3pm $650,000 Proximity Partners, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

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25. 1138 Lynette Dr LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $479,000 Ann Jones, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.691.1111   15. 1055 Woodbine Pl 26. 582 Wharton Drive LAKE FOREST LAKE FOREST 2-4pm Sunday 1-3 $1,849,000 $569,000 Marina Carney & Andrew Mike Avis, Berkshire Mrowiec, Griffith, Grant & Hathaway HomeServices Lackie Realtors® KoenigRubloff 847.234.0485 847.899.1884   16. 1301 N Western Ave #131 27. 1477 N. McKinley Rd LAKE FOREST LAKE FOREST 2-4pm, $199,500 Sunday 2-4 Lisa Trace & Tom Grant, $585,000 Griffith, Grant & Lackie Tracy Wurster Team, Realtors® Berkshire Hathaway 847.234.0485 HomeServices KoenigRubloff 17. 1001 E Westleigh Rd 847.997.0730 LAKE FOREST   1-3pm 28. 1051 Cedar Lane $1,399,000 LAKE FOREST Elizabeth Wieneke & Diane Sunday 11-1 McGuire, Griffith, Grant & $639,000 Lackie Realtors® Deb Fischer, Berkshire 847.234.0485 Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 18. 577 Greenway Dr 847.309.9119 LAKE FOREST   12-2pm 29. 1071 Mount Vernon Ave $1,059,000 LAKE FOREST Lisa Trace, Sunday 2-4 Griffith, Grant $649,000 & Lackie Realtors® Joan Maxwell, Berkshire 847.234.0485 Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 19. 553 Greenway Dr 847.404.7763 LAKE FOREST   12-2pm 30. 1211 S. Wilson Drive $1,070,000 LAKE FOREST Elizabeth Wieneke, Saturday 1-3 Griffith, Grant & Lackie $665,000 Realtors® Dan DeLozier, Berkshire 847.234.0485 Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 20. 1140 Longmeadow Ln 847.372.3144 LAKE FOREST   2-4pm 31. 360 E. Westminster $1,339,000 LAKE FOREST Elizabeth Wieneke, Sunday 11am-1pm Griffith, Grant & Lackie $1,899,000 Realtors® Suzanne Myers, 847.234.0485 Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000 13. 185 Washington Cir 21. 1454 Willow St   LAKE FOREST LAKE FOREST 32. 700 Green Briar 1-3pm 1-3pm , $549,000 LAKE FOREST $949,000 Linda Smith, Sunday 2-4pm Flor Hasselbring, Griffith, Grant & Lackie $2,195,000 Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® Suzanne Myers, Realtors® 847.234.0485 Coldwell Banker 847.234.0816 847-234-8000 22. 151 E. Laurel Ave #105   LAKE FOREST 33. 105 Washington Circle Sunday 2-4, $359,000 LAKE FOREST Kiki & Polly, Berkshire Sunday 1-4pm Hathaway HomeServices $1,085,000 KoenigRubloff Lori Baker, Coldwell Banker 847.804.0969 847-234-8000     23. 289 Noble Avenue 34. 1401 W. Deerpath LAKE FOREST LAKE FOREST Saturday 12-2 Sunday 2-4 $425,000 $949,900 Mona Hellinga, Berkshire Lori Baker, Hathaway HomeServices Coldwell Banker KoenigRubloff 847-234-8000 847.814.1855     35. 1211 S. Wilson Drive 24. 1257 N. McKinley Rd LAKE FOREST LAKE FOREST Sunday 3:30-5:30 Sunday 1-4 $665,000 $439,000 Dan DeLozier, Berkshire Susan Lincoln, Hathaway HomeServices Berkshire Hathaway KoenigRubloff HomeServices 847.372.3144 KoenigRubloff 847.846.8814 36. 135 S. Newport Crt Tower Rd107  LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 122 $750,000 Mike Smith, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 708.227.4669   37. 103 Marion Ave 123 LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-4, $795,000 Sue Beanblossom, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff Lake Ave 847.858.4131 131  149

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38. 211 Washington Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $799,000 Jean Anderson & Donna Mancuso, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.347.8245   39. 80 S. Asbury Court LAKE FOREST Sunday 12-2 $799,000 Kiki Clark & Polly Richardson, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.363.1738   40. 120 S. Newport Court LAKE FOREST $810,000 Sunday 1-3 Mike Smith, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 708.227.4669   41. 715 Forest Hill Road LAKE FOREST Saturday 1-3 $825,000 Kiki & Polly, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.804.0969   42. 1730 Wimbledon Ct LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-4 $999,000 Jeff Folker, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.504.6182   43. 865 S. Ridge Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $1,150,000 Jonathan Dick, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.528.8400   44. 1910 W. Southmeadow Lane LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-4 $1,199,000 Rina DuToit, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.814.8648   45. 803 Oak Knoll Drive LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $1,275,000 Peter Childs, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 312.882.5307   46. 431 Hastings Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $1,295,000 Lyon Martini, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.828.9991   47. 604 Golf Lane LAKE FOREST Sunday 1:30-3:30 $1,650,000 Lori Glattly, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.922.6200   48. 1220 Burr Oak LAKE FOREST Sunday 2-4 $775,000 Lori Baker, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000   49. 1340 Lakewood LAKE FOREST Sunday 12-2 $899,000 Vera Purcell, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000   50. 2025 Amberley Court LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3pm $849,995 Michele Wilson, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000  

51. 2035 Amberley Court LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3pm $874,995 Mary Pat Lundgren, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000   52. 1470 Littlefield LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3pm $1,100,000 MercFoss Real Estate, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000   53. 1293 S Wilson Drive LAKE FOREST 1-3pm, $875,000 Kathi Hudson, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485 54. 966 Maplewood Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $1,675,000 Ann Lyon & Eileen Drake, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.828.9991   55. 1670 Alexis Court LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $2,275,000 Lyon Martini, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.828.9991   56. 900 E. Westleigh Rd LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-4, $2,295,000 Mona Hellinga, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.814.1855   57. 8 N. Ahwahnee Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3, $3,099,000 Lyon Martini, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.828.9991 58. 52 W Mallard Lane LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3, $ 779,000 Brunhild Baass Baird & Warner 847.804.0092 59. 1096 S. Green Bay Rd LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $1,195,000 Chris Downey, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.340.8499 60. 622 Timber LAKE FOREST Saturday 1:00-3:00 $524,500 Laura Henderson, Baird Warner 708-997-7778 61. 899 Lakewood LAKE FOREST $1,099,000 Laura Henderson, Baird & Warner 708-997-7778 62. 635 E Westminster Rd LAKE FOREST SUNDAY 12-2, $1,899,000 Kelly McInerney, @properties 847.295.0700 63. 1371 W Everett Road LAKE FOREST SUNDAY 1-4, $899,000 Kelly McInerney, @properties 847.295.0700 64. 491 Beverly Place LAKE FOREST SUNDAY 1-4, $669,000 Kelly McInerney, @properties 847.295.0700 65. 333 E Westminster Rd, #2CD LAKE FOREST SUNDAY 2-4 $1,799,000 Chris Veech, @properties 847.881.0200

66. 1968 Sunset Road HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $349,000 Heather Fowler, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 224.804.7774   67. 1100 Linden Ave  HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $1,050,000 Karen Skurie, Baird and Warner 847.361.4687 68. 779 North Ave HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $545,000 Edie & Diane, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.312.8747   69. 35443 Krenn Ave HIGHLAND PARK Saturday 11-1, $549,000 Peter Barber, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.431.8114   70. 35443 Krenn Ave HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $549,000 Peter Barber, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.431.8114   71. 94 Leonardwood #103 HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1:00-3:00 $549,900 Laura Henderson, Baird & Warner 708-997-7778 72. 1240 Eaton Court HIGHLAND PARK $645,000 Saturday & Sunday 12-2 Debbie Hymen, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.609.5339 73. 2068 Tanglewood Ct HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-2 $625,000 The Max Team, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-922-4815  and  312-391-3170 74. 319 Seven Pines Circle HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $689,900 The Max Team, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-922-4815 and  312-391-3170 75. 1780 Sunset Road HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $769,000 Jamie Roth, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-219-6400 76. 2252 Tennyson HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $899,000 Jamie Roth & Marcia Shanin, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-219-6400 and  847-217-7111 77. 1905 Warbler Court HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $1,349,000 Marcia Plonsker, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-217-8500 78. 2000 Green Bay Rd #308 HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-2:30 $349,000 Linda Barbera-Stein, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-372-9850

79. 2000 Green Bay Rd #106 HIGHLAND PARK Sunday  2:30-4 $649,000 Linda BarberaStein, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-372-9850 80. 2912 Lexington Lane HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1:30-3:30 $489,000 Pam Devendorf, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-989-0711 81. 431 Sheridan Road HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $490,000 Karen Skurie, Baird and Warner 847.361.4687 82. 214 Barberry Road HIGHLAND PARK SUNDAY 11-1 $599,000 Goldblatt/Gettleman, @properties 847.432.0700 83. 497 Pleasant Ave HIGHLAND PARK SUNDAY 10-12 $475,000 Alan Meyerowitz, @properties 847.432.0700 84. 21 Heritage Dr lot #3 HIGHLAND PARK Saturday 12-3 $1,199,000 Karen Skurie, Baird and Warner 847.361.4687 85. 989 Marvell Lane HIGHAND PARK Sunday 12-2pm $685,000 Debbie Bliwas Glickman, Baird & Warner 847-687-4332 86. 1380 Orleans Circle HIGHAND PARK Sunday 2:30-4:30pm $449,000 Debbie Bliwas Glickman, Baird & Warner 847-687-4332 87. 1985 Hidden Ridge Ln HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 2-4 $1,075,000 Martha Glass, Baird and Warner 847.845.6616 88. 1047 Ridgewood Dr HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 12-2 $675,000 Claire Schwab, Baird & Warner 312.576.0048 89. 1179 Ridgewood Dr HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 2:30-4:30 $409,000 Claire Schwab, Baird & Warner 312.576.0048 90. 1339 Ridgewood Dr HIGHLAND PARK SUNDAY 1-3 $674,000 Jacqueline Trotter Lotzof, @properties 847.432.0700 91. 42 Logan Loop HIGHLAND PARK SUNDAY 2-4 $1,399,000 Forbes/Pickus, @properties 847.432.0700 92. 1111 Briargate Dr HIGHLAND PARK SUNDAY 12-2 $950,000 Wexler/Hondros, @properties 847.432.0700 93. 593 Cherokee Road HIGHLAND PARK SUNDAY 1-3 $1,199,000 Wexler/Gault, @properties 847.432.0700


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REAL ESTATE

OPEN HOUSES 94. 3434 Old Mill Road HIGHLAND PARK SUNDAY 2-4 $1,259,000 Christine Ashmore, @properties 847.295.0700

109. 845 Lamson WINNETKA Sunday, 2-4 $1,900,000 Catherine King & Sara Sullivan 847.624.7738, 847.525.1905

123. 615 Abbotsford  KENILWORTH Sunday 1-3 $1,300,000 Dayle Lively, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855

95. 1255 Warrington Road DEERFIELD SUNDAY 2-4 $749,000 Wexler/Gault, @properties 847.432.0700

109. 1357 Sunview WINNETKA Sunday, May 21, 1-4 $1,575,000 Kelly Lundin 847.542.5648

124. 809 Glenwood Ln GLENVIEW SUNDAY 1-3 $929,000 Antoinette Marie Wawrzyn, @properties 847.998.0200   125. 1862 Admiral Court GLENVIEW SATURDAY 1-3 $800,000 Belson/Downing, @properties 312.506.0200   126. 1341 Woodlawn Ave GLENVIEW SATURDAY 11-1 $769,900 Vittoria Logli, @properties 847.998.0200

96. 830 Chestnut Street DEERFIELD Sunday 1-3 $499,000 Karen Skurie, Baird and Warner 847.361.4687 97. 629 Byron Court DEERFIELD Sunday 1-3 $849,000 Karen Skurie, Baird and Warner 847.361.4687 98. 706 Constance Lane DEERFIELD SUNDAY 12-2 $545,000 Logli/Adinamis, @properties 847.998.0200 99. 551 Woodvale Ave DEERFIELD Sunday 1-4 $635,000 Pam Devendorf, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-989-0711 100. 2129 Washington Dr NORTHBROOK  Sunday 1-3 $749,000 Lisa Novelli or Steven Monz 847-559-9800   101. 810 Timbers Edge Lane NORTHBROOK  Sunday 12-3 $825,000 Lisa Novelli or Steven Monz  102. 750 Sarah Lane NORTHBROOK SUNDAY 1:30-3:30 $515,000 Len Zlatnikov, @properties 847.432.0700 103. 114 Mary GLENCOE Sunday, 2 -4 $2,995,000 Joanne Hudson & Catherine King 847.971.5024  847.624.7738 104. 634 Greenleaf Ave GLENCOE SUNDAY 2:30-4:30 $1,200,000 Grinstead/Richwine, @properties 847.881.0200 105. 17 Bristol NORTHFIELD Sunday 2-4 $1,595,000 Betsy Burke, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.565.4264 106. 44 W Canterbury Ln NORTHFIELD SUNDAY 12-2 $910,000 John Baylor, @properties 847.881.0200 107. 830 Tower WINNETKA Sunday, May 21, 12-2 $819,000 Sara Sullivan 847.525.1905 108. 135 Fuller WINNETKA Sunday, May 21, 1-3 $1,049,000 Rene Nelson 847.338.4001

110. 1132 Oak WINNETKA Sunday, 2-4 $1,499,000 Paige Dooley 847.609.0963 111. 484 Orchard Lane WINNETKA Sunday, May 21, 12-2 $1,435,000 Carrie Healy 847.507.7666 112. 1275 Asbury WINNETKA Sunday 1-3 $1,075,000 Mary Anne Perrine, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855 113. 312 Rosewood WINNETKA Sunday 1-3 $1,055,000 Mary Anne Perrine, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855 114. 1346 Scott WINNETKA Sunday 1-3 $1,249,000 Danielle Wylie, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855 115. 425 Provident WINNETKA Sunday 1-3 $699,000 Mary Ann Kollar, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.421.1188 116. 1041 Oak Street WINNETKA SUNDAY 12-2 $1,489,000 Cha McDaniel, @properties 847.881.0200 117. 892 Ash WINNETKA Sunday 12-2 $1,425,000 Shawn Gavin/Carol Hunt, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855 118. 422 Ridge Avenue WINNETKA SUNDAY 1-3 $1,075,000 Beverly Smith, @properties 847.881.0200 119. 792 Foxdale Ave WINNETKA SUNDAY 1-3 $619,000 Barbara Shields, @properties 847.881.0200 120. 67 Warwick Road WINNETKA SUNDAY 12-2 $1,149,000 Kathryn & Kelly Mangel, @properties 847.881.0200 121. 182 Asbury WINNETKA Sunday 2-4 $1,749,000 Sherry Molitor, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.204.6282 122. 1225 Hill WINNETKA Sunday 11:30 - 1:30 $795,000 Betsy Burke Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.565.4264

127. 1713 Primrose Lane GLENVIEW SUNDAY 2-4 $1,199,000 Vittoria Logli, @properties 847.998.0200 128. 218 Nottingham Ave GLENVIEW SATURDAY 2-4 $499,900 Vittoria Logli, @properties 847.998.0200 129. 1461 Monterey Drive GLENVIEW SUNDAY 12-4 $1,850,000 Cathy Cascia, @properties 847.998.0200   130. 1510 Midway Lane GLENVIEW SUNDAY 2-4 $1,294,900 Vittoria Logli, @properties 847.998.0200   131. 1420 Sheridan Road 4D WILMETTE Sunday, 2:30 - 4:30 $795,000 Carrie Healy 847.507.7666

139. 1420 Sheridan Rd, #8B WILMETTE SUNDAY 2-4 $749,000 Grant/Watson, @properties 847.881.0200   140. 1440 Sheridan Rd, #105 WILMETTE SUNDAY 12-2 $399,000 Grant/Watson, @properties 847.881.0200  141. 3140 Sprucewood WILMETTE Sunday  1-3 $615,000 Kathleen Tyrrell/Mary Ellen Stalzer, Coldwell Banker 847-256-7400 142. 2214 Kenilworth Ave WILMETTE SUNDAY 1-3 $849,000 Laurie & Dan Lawlor, @properties 847.881.0200 143. 909 Seneca Rd WILMETTE SUNDAY 1-3 $1,100,000 Laurie & Dan Lawlor, @properties 847.881.0200 144. 617 Ouilmette WILMETTE Sunday 1-4 $1,235,000 James Luxem, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.501.0196 145. 2331 Greenwood Ave WILMETTE SUNDAY 12-2 $1,239,000 Karin Zawaski, @properties 847.881.0200 146. 2245 Birchwood Ave WILMETTE SUNDAY 12-2 $699,000 Monica Childs, @properties 847.881.0200

132. 820 Locust WILMETTE Sunday 1-3 $1,345,000 Joseph Nash, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.846.0100

147. 724 Ashland WILMETTE Sunday 12-3 $1,375,000 Linda Wolff, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.917.5544

133. 1420 Sheridan Road 6I WILMETTE Sunday, 2:30 - 4:30 $350,000 Carrie Healy 847.507.7666

148. 1130 Manor Dr WILMETTE SUNDAY 1-3 $1,199,000 Debbie Hepburn, @properties 847.998.0200

134. 1500 Sheridan Rd 2B WILMETTE Sunday, 2:30 - 4:30 $385,000 Carrie Healy 847.507.7666 135. 901 Locust WILMETTE Sunday 2:30-4:30 $899,000 Kevin Rutherford, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855 136. 3001 Iroquois WILMETTE Sunday 12-2 $1,035,000 Kevin Rutherford, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855 137. 3223 Sprucewood WILMETTE Sunday 1-3, $469,000 Kevin Rutherford, \Baird & Warner 847.446.1855 138. 426 Laurel WILMETTE Sunday 1:30-3:30 $1,150,000 Kala Callahan, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855

149. 630 Prairie Ave WILMETTE SUNDAY 11-1 $499,999 Valerie Kahan, @properties 312.254.0200 150. 3030 Grant EVANSTON Sunday 1-4 $799,500 Constance Conway, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.977.0330

HOUSES OF THE WEEK

$3,900,000

375 Old Farm Road, Northfield 6 Bedrooms, 4.2 Bathrooms Exclusively Presented by: Darragh Landry @properties 847.998.0200 darragh@atproperties.com No expense spared when building this enormous custom home in 2010. Sitting on an oversized acre lot, it has the perfect location – across from Sunset Ridge Country Club on one of Northfield’s premier private lanes. It is also one of the highest lots with zero drainage issues. Custom built-ins throughout along with designer finishes, high-end appliances, theater, gym, basement kitchen and outdoor kitchen featuring two grills. Northshore Luxury at its best with low Northfield taxes!

$1,195,000

1086 Polo Drive, Lake Forest 4 Beds/3.1 Baths Exclusively Presented by: Jean Anderson and Donna Mancuso, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.460.5412 JAnderson@KoenigRubloff.com, DMancuso@KoenigRubloff.com Nestled on a spectacular lot with pool and ideally located in a quiet, low traffic cul-de-sac, this home is sure to impress! Spacious gourmet kitchen with hardwood floors, granite counters, abundant cabinetry and large center island, opening into the large family room with fireplace and access to wonderful screened porch that overlooks the pool, patio and beautiful grounds. Bright, two-story foyer leads upstairs to the master suite with luxury bath and additional bedrooms. A second floor bonus room with vaulted ceilings is a great surprise. The bonus room features an additional room, accessed by French doors, which could be an office or workout area. A finished basement and four car garage too! Easy access to commuter train and expressways.

$1,175,000

1065 Hohlfelder Rd, Glencoe 4+1 Bedrooms / 4.1 Baths Exclusively Presented by: Lynn Romanek-Holstein 847.224.5005 lynn.romanekholstein @bairdwarner.com Newer construction in Glencoe. Cooks dream kitchen, 3 fireplaces, first floor office with separate entrance. Second floor offers three bedrooms, three baths. Fourth bedroom used as dressing room. Second floor Laundry Room. Soaring ceilings in the lower level with bedroom and full bath, rec room/exercise room. Lots of storage. Security system, whole house generator. Gorgeous patio with firepit. Ideal for the master griller!


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NE W !

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NORT H S HOR E

KENILWORTH

6bed/6.1ba

HIGHLAND PARK 5bed/5.1ba

$2,500,000

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$1,999,000

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$1,469,000

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$879,000

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$259,000

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ALL SYSTEMS GO Yavitt, Trevians ready for liftoff at state water polo tournament BY BILL MCLEAN, SPORTS@NORTHSHOREWEEKEND.COM

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or his Eagle Scout project, Sam Yavitt built a cedar fence at the Winnetka Historical Society. Nothing flashy. Sturdy. Useful. Yavitt is a senior at New Trier and a member of the school’s varsity boys water polo team. He stands 6-foot-4 and weighs 200 pounds. His polo game, in four words: Nothing flashy. Sturdy. Useful. “Sam is a grinder,” Trevians water polo coach David RaffertyFlatter said after his crew defeated Loyola Academy 13-5 in the championship game of the Glenbrook North Sectional on May 13. “He puts his boots on each day, rolls up his sleeves and goes to work. “Sam,” the coach added, “understands the game, gets the big picture, understands his role.” One of the sport’s thankless but crucial tasks — drawing an ejection, thus producing a man-up situation for your team — is something the toughminded Yavitt does quite well. Those adept at forcing an opponent to tread in polo’s penalty corner for 20 seconds must be able to absorb a pounding and quash any urge to retaliate. “You need incredible leg strength [to succeed at the 2-meter hole set], along with having the knowledge of positioning,” Loyola Academy coach Daniel Hengelmann said. “Sam is an absolute monster 2-meter player.” Rafferty-Flatter figured Yavitt had drawn 100-plus ejections in 33 games. Some of his other numbers: 73 goals (fourth among teammates) and 22 assists. Yavitt poured in four goals in the sectional final last weekend, including one off an electric feed from his twin, Harry Yavitt, in the second quarter. Harry whipped a cross-pool pass to a wide-open Sam, who one-timed (caught and shot) it

after clutching the Glenbrook North Sectional championship plaque and holding it up for a cluster of applauding NT fans in the bleachers last weekend. “I like Insidious and Conjuring, movies like that. Ghost movies.” Grab a tub of popcorn at Stevenson this weekend and take in the state-tourney action at the school’s natatorium. Expect some compelling theater. Notable: New Trier senior Danilo Scekic scored a team-high five goals in the Trevians’ 13-5 defeat of Loyola Academy’s Ramblers in the Glenbrook North Sectional final on May 13. NT senior Mason McQuet (3 goals) capped the scoring in the second and third quarters and once again played stout defense. The victorious goalkeeper was Cole Maizel (8.55 goals-against average), who limited LA to two goals in the first half. Entering this weekend’s state quarterfinals, Maizel ranked second among Trevians in assists, with 45; Harry Yavitt — the team’s leading scorer (128 goals) — had 58 assists. NT’s other highly productive Trevians are Scekic (87 goals, 43 assists); McQuet (83 goals, 33 assists); and Sam Yavitt (73 goals, 22 assists). … LA coach Dan Hengelmann, on Harry Yavitt: “The best player in the state.” … Hengelmann, on Sam Yavitt: SAM HE IS: Sam Yavitt of the Trevians unleashes a shot during Saturday’s sectional championship. PHOTOGRAPHY BY TING SHEN “The nicest guy you’re ever going from close range. The sib-to-sib with at least one more game to seniors Mason McQuet and trained with Northern Illinois to meet.” …. Hengelmann, on the connection expanded NT’s lead play: a state quarterfinal against Danilo Scekic — plans to con- Polo Club (NIPC) players and Yavitt brothers: “They’ve got that to 4-1. Lyons Township on May 19, tinue his polo career at the Air coaches and competed in the Il- phenomenal twin chemistry linois Water Polo Showcase last going for them.” … Hengelmann, “I create attention when I have beginning at 5:45 p.m. at Steven- Force Academy. Their father, Keith Yavitt — a summer. the ball, and that’s when I look son. NT’s two losses (7-6, 10-8) on New Trier’s team: “The whole for open teammates,” said Sam, have been to Stevenson (33-0), Trevians varsity water polo as“If I’m having a bad day, team has great chemistry.” who played prep football — as a which edged NT 13-12 in over- sistant — wore a polo cap for playing water polo helps me defensive end and a tight end time in a state semifinal last University of Arizona teams. forget about it, and I don’t have Loyola Academy: John — for nearly three seasons before spring (NT then topped St. IgThe water-polo gene pool is to deal with any distractions Merucci tossed in three goals, an MCL tear in a knee ended his natius 13-10 for third place, the overflowing in the Yavitt house. when I’m in the water.” including one on a five-meter junior season in October 2015. “I best state showing in program “What I like most about water Yavitt’s water-polo-heavy penalty shot in the third quarter, don’t score a lot of goals, but I’m history). polo, especially during the high summer upped his intensity for in the Ramblers’ 13-5 loss to New fine with that. Coach likes to tell A preseason illpolo.com all- school season, is the opportunity the sport and enabled him to Trier’s Trevians in the Glenbrook us how important it is to buy into stater, Sam Yavitt will play com- I get to enter a pool after a day sharpen his fundamentals. North Sectional final on May 13. our system. petitive water polo at San Jose of classes and work with my The result: one scary-good Charlie Freedman and Tommy “We all do.” State University. Harry Yavitt teammates,” said Sam, who at- polo player. Barr scored the team’s other two NT’s system in 2017 has gen- — another preseason all-state tended a Bucknell (Pennsylvania) “I am a horror-movie guy,” a goals. LA finished with a 19-12-2 erated 31 victories in 33 games, pick, along with New Trier University water polo camp, smiling Yavitt revealed minutes record.


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ev Motew has become pretty good at negotiating obstructed straightaways, curves and turns — at an accelerated speed. He does it for sport. He’s a hurdler for the Highland Park High School boys track and field team. Motew, not your typical teen, not by a long shot, also knows how to broker deals. The HP senior used to drive a black 1995 Jeep. It was a head-turner. “A beast,” said the HP senior. “Coach [Steve Buti] loved it,” Motew added. “He was obsessed with it.” But Motew got a little fickle one day. “Sold it for a Harley,” he said. Yep, he got himself a HOG, a 2016 Harley-Davidson motorcycle. “It’s a beauty,” said Motew. You know. Just your typical North Shore teen making an ordinary, run-of-the-mill transaction. Longest road trip so far? He breezed to Milwaukee and back. “Love being alone, love going through wind,” he said. Motew started traversing over hurdles — and dealing with all kinds of wind currents — during his freshman year at HPHS. He got pointed in that direction by ex-head coach and current assistant Kevin Caines. “I started out doing pretty well at it,” Motew said. “So I kept at it.” A former football player with the Giants, Motew is not afraid to tackle barriers. Dealing with obstacles, especially those with wooden bars in front, never comes easy. But there is … satisfaction. “I like the hurdles because it’s hard,” said Motew. “Hurdles are a challenge.” Motew motored to a firstplace finish in the 300-meter low hurdles at the CSL North Meet on May 12 at HP’s Wolters Field. His time of 42.14 didn’t break any speed records or sound barriers or even surpass his personal best (41.96), but it did “booster” his confidence heading into the

feld was one of HP’s headliners, winning the 1600 in 4:30.16. The team had three runner-up finishes: junior Alec Glazier in the 3200 (9:49.26), junior Zach Auerbach in the discus (141-1) and the 4x200 relay team of Ben Davis, Andrew Derdena, Jonathan Rossen and Michael Menaker (1:36.27). Third-place finishers included junior Fitz Laurie in the 800 (2:01.95), junior Nate Amster in the 3200 (9:55.86) and senior Joe Sereda in the discus (137-10). Fourth-place finishers were Davis in the 100 (11.51), senior Ben Bloom in the 800 (2:02.10) and sophomore Joseph Beaudet in the 110 hurdles (17.07). And the fifth-place finishers were Menaker in the 200 (23.88), senior Matt Casey in the 1600 (4:44.65), Beaudet in the 300 hurdles (45.62), Auerbach in the shot put (43-9) and sophomore Ben Kirsch in the pole vault (12-1). HP Girls Track She’s heading to the state meet. Which is hardly a surprise. Highland Park freshman Stephanie Kriss continues to impress. She earned a trip to the Class 3A state meet in Charleston on May 19-20 after another strong showing in the 800 meters. In one of the premier events at the Loyola Academy Sectional on May 11, Kriss finished the two laps in 2:17.91 (7th place). She was one of eight ‘MO’ BETTER: Zev Motew of the Giants cruises over a hurdle during the CSL North Meet. He took first in the 300s and second in the 110s. runners to make the state cut of 2:19.88. PHOTOGRAPHY BY TING SHEN Kriss will be trying to improve Class 3A Niles West Sectional “Until I smacked that last a great race,” said Buti. “But he’s ring Will Ferrell and John C. on her personal best (2:12.83), on May 18. hurdle, I was going faster than I’ve right there. Reilly. when she lines up to run on the “If I’m clean and smooth over gone,” said Motew. “That knocked Who can? “He’s got a shot at making it to oval at Eastern Illinois Univer“It’s just so funny. It never gets sity. the first four hurdles, then I’m me off balance. Screwed up my the state meet,” the coach added. Junior Veronica Kriss capped good,” said Motew. rhythm.” Motew’s PR in the 110s is old for me,” said Motew, with a Motew has done decent work 15.37. The state cut is 15.02. Motew, who will attend wide smile. “I’ve watched it 100 off her season by placing fourth Worchester Academy in Mas- this spring. After winning the 55When he’s not crossing over times.” in the 3200 meters (11:32.79). In fact, he said, “I think I’ll go Freshman teammate Jillian Butler sachusetts in the fall, just missed meter hurdles (7.83) at the CSL hurdles or cruising on his Harley, being a double winner in the North Indoor Meet in March, he Motew is spending time with home and watch it again tonight.” came in fifth (11:42.61). league meet. In the 110-meter took fifth in the 110s at the highly Kaya, Stella and Zeke. The three That, unofficially, would be a HP’s 4x200 relay, featuring high hurdles, the muscular competitive Lake County Meet “mutts” that his family acquired personal record. senior Emily Shimanovsky, junior 5-foot-11, 180-pounder with a (15.58) at Lake Zurich on May 4. from a rescue shelter. Riley Williams, sophomore An“I’m a pretty big dog guy,” he Notable: Highland Park finished nelise VandenAkker and Zoe big ol’ tattoo on his back bumped Getting out of the blocks has the 10th and final hurdle, allow- been a bit of bugaboo for him. But said. third in the team standings at the Romoff, scored a team point with ing Deerfield’s Cole Kellow to that wasn’t a dilemma for him in And here’s another thing we CSL North Meet. The Giants a sixth-place finish (1:48.72). Freshman Maddie Sands also squeeze out a victory. Motew was the league races. He had good learned about Motew. The kid scored 101 points to place behind clocked in 15.45. Kellow, in starts in both races. can’t get enough of the film, Step Deerfield (177) and Vernon Hills scored a point, taking sixth in the “He still needs to put together Brothers — the 2008 comedy star- (101). … Senior Jonathan Rosen- shot put (31-10). 15.29.


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Alabama-bound senior turns on the jets, rolls to victory in the 800 meters at sectional meet BY KEVIN REITERMAN, SPORTS@NORTHSHOREWEEKEND.COM

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arry Dooley played it perfectly. His ploy was to push, but not to shove. His game plan was a flight plan. Just get her there. Just let her see the place. “My dad really wanted me to go to the University of Alabama, his alma mater,” said Loyola Academy senior standout Margot Dooley. “So I decided to humor him.” She hopped a plane to Tuscaloosa. “And all that I had to do was step on campus,” Dooley said. Smitten … instantly. Sold. “Pretty cool place,” added the future Crimson Tide athlete. Thanks, Dad. On May 11, in the Class 3A sectional at Loyola Academy, Margot Dooley found herself in a familiar place: the 800 meters. It was one of the heralded events at this meet. It was chockfull of big names. A virtual who’s who, if you will. “That was scary,” said Dooley. “So much good competition. It was a real test for me.” Dooley wound up winning the race with power and precision. After holding back and holding back, Dooley hit the final turn hard and exploded to the finish line. “She followed her game plan to perfection,” said Rambles head coach ChrisJon Simon. “It was a fun race to watch,” the LA coach added. “One of the best [sectional] fields that you will see. Possibly, a state preview.” Dooley was clocked in 2:15.89. And seven other competitors — New Trier’s Savannah Noethlich (2:16.49), Glenbrook South’s Lauren Hayes (2:16.50), Mather’s Rebecca Odusola (2:16.90), Lake Forest’s Emma Milburn (2:16.97), Evanston’s Enyaeva Michelin (2:17.18), Highland Park’s Stephanie Kriss (2:17.91) and Glenbrook South’s Emily Noone (2:19.86) — ended up running under the state cut and will be joining Dooley at the state meet in Charleston on May 19-20. “I had been really looking forward to this race,” admitted Dooley. “But I actually thought that the freshman [Highland Park’s Kriss] would crush all of

you know you have an athlete,” the coach said. “There’s running in the genes,” added Simon, referring to Margot’s mother, Mary, a marathon runner. “And when she starts competing against the SEC (Southeastern Conference) at Alabama, she’s only going to expand her talent.” Notable: Loyola Academy scored 38 points to finish sixth in the sectional team standings. The Ramblers qualified two relays: 4x200 (2nd, 1:44.69) with Anne Santangelo, Erin Santangelo, Addison Bendery and Brooke Moran and 4x400 (5th, 4:04.24) with Bendery, Jacqueline Topping, Lainey McKinley and Margot Dooley. Loyola Academy Boys Track The host Ramblers scored just enough points (105) to edge Marmion Academy (103) for first place in the Chicago Catholic League Meet on May 13. The individual highlights included championship efforts by senior Andrew Niewiarowski in the 800 meters (1:57.22) and senior Paolo Tiongson in the 3200 (9:27.57). LA also claimed the 4x400 relay title (3:29.59) with Niewiarowski, junior Luke Phillips, freshman Alex Gaspar and sophomore Jack Loveland. The 1600 meters also was a solid race for the Ramblers. Niewiarowski took second in 4:27.62, while Tiongson was third in 4:33.1. Marmion’s Michael Ronzone squeezed out the win in 4:27.60. In the 800, Phillips placed second in 1:59.44 while teammate Aidan Sullivan was fifth (2:01.46). In the 3200, junior Connor Hoag ended up fifth in 9:57.53. Loyola had some success in the field events. Junior Declan Ritzenthaler cleared 14-6 to take second in the pole vault. Senior Ted Falkenhayn placed fourth in CAN-’DOO’: Loyola Academy’s Margot Dooley makes her move in the 800 meters at last week’s sectional meet. The senior took first the high jump (5-10), while junior place in 2:15.89..PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER Diego Collado was fourth in the Things didn’t go as planned in ing to hit her stride? She didn’t shot put (43-2 ½). Senior Kai us.” better than fifth place. Kriss had created quite a buzz, Fierce competition brings out Charleston, but Dooley did come out for track until her Khasu added a sixth in the triple when she blazed to a 2:12.83 in the best in Dooley. She trimmed bounce back in the Midwest Dis- sophomore year. jump (40-9 ½). the Distance Night Meet in a bunch of seconds off of her PR tance Classic a couple of weeks It didn’t take Simon long to Ritzenthaler also was one of the Palatine on April 22. Dooley was in last year’s sectional meet at Niles later, taking sixth in 2:16.68. realize that his program had meet’s top hurlers. He took fourth there. And despite running a PR West and advanced to state with Could it be that Dooley, a landed a gem. in the 300s (42.08) and sixth in “When you get a soccer player, the 110s (16.49). (2:14.43), Dooley could do no a third-place finish (2:18.90). former soccer player, is just start-


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EXHILARATING Curry captures the moment as LF 4x100 relay celebrates sectional win BY KEVIN REITERMAN, SPORTS@NORTHSHOREWEEKEND.COM

‘FRAN’-TASTIC: Ana Francesca Curry of the Scouts reacts after running the anchor leg of the 4x100 relay at the Loyola Academy Sectional. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

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ure bliss. Just as she crossed the finish line, a euphoric Ana Francesca Curry couldn’t hold back her emotions. She erupted with joy. No agony. All ecstasy. “Sorry for all of the screaming,” said the elated Lake Forest High junior sprinter, after anchoring the winning 4x100 relay at the Class 3A Loyola Academy Sectional on May 11. “I’m just so excited.” Curry teamed up with senior Haley Click, freshman Sydney Leonardi and junior Kamila Obrzut to record a time of 49.38 and edge out top-seeded Evanston (49.44). “Give all the glory to God,” said Curry, who attends Christ Church in Lake Forest. “I put my faith in Him. “And I also have faith in my teammates and coaches,” she added. “They push me to be my best. My motto is: ‘I can do all

things through Christ who strengthens me [Philippians 4:13].’ ” It was a good day all around for LF’s relay corps. The Scouts, who finished fourth in the team standings (51 points) behind New Trier (114 ½), Glenbrook South (68) and Evanston, opened the meet by taking third (9:34.21) and beating the state cut in 4x800 relay with junior Emma Milburn, junior Grace Bentley, sophomore Courtney Schmidt and senior Sydney Barber. Then, in the meet’s finale, the foursome of Milburn, Bentley, Barber and Click rushed to a runner-up finish in the 4x400 relay. They beat the state cut by four seconds (4:00.63). New Trier won the race in 3:59.24. Click had another sparkling day on the track. In addition to advancing to this weekend’s state

meet in Charleston in two relays, the highly motivated University of Michigan recruit took the gold in the 300-meter hurdles. Her career-best time of 44.91 was just enough to nip Evanston’s Tauja Foreman (44.93). The school record (44.74), owned by current LF assistant Katie Darraugh, remains in her sight. Meanwhile, without a doubt, one of premier events in the LA Sectional was the 800 meters. Eight competitors, including Milburn, beat the state standard. Milburn placed fifth in a time of 2:16.97 behind Loyola’s Margot Dooley (2:15.89), New Trier’s Savannah Noethlich (2:16.49), Glenbrook South’s Lauren Hayes (2:16.50) and Mather’s Rebecca Odusola (2:16.90) and ahead of Evanston’s Enyaeva Michelin (2:17.18), Highland Park’s Stephanie Kriss (2:17.91) and Glenbrook South’s

Emily Noone (2:19.86). Milburn, who ran a personal best (2:14.40) at the Distance Night in Palatine meet on April 22, took sixth in the 800 at last year’s state meet (2:14.95). LF’s other state qualifier is senior Olivia Vallone. She placed second in the 100 hurdles in a personal-best and state-cut time of 15.49. LF Boys Track The Scouts placed seventh in the North Suburban Conference Meet at Warren High School on May 11. They finished with 41 points. Lake Zurich won with 117 points. LF’s top placers included sophomore Tyjaun Scott in the high jump (2nd, 5-11), junior Landon Edwards in the high jump (3rd, 5-11) senior Spencer Oakley in the pole vault (3rd, 10-7).


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GRACE-FULLY DONE Creative, talented Donahue proved to be a fun watch for LF girls water polo team BY BILL MCLEAN, SPORTS@NORTHSHOREWEEKEND.COM

‘DONNY’ LOOK Lake Forest High School’s Amanda Donahue tracks down the ball during sectional action. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

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ith a water polo ball held high in her right hand, Lake Forest High School senior Grace Donahue backstrokes her way toward an anxious goalie with her left arm. What the goalie must be thinking, as Donahue — a twotime team MVP and two-time all-North Suburban Conference selectee — motors in from a wing spot in a pool: When is Donahue going to stop? When is Donahue going to turn? When is Donahue going to fire a shot? “It confuses the goalie,” Scouts senior Catherine PompeVanMeerderVoort said after a playoff game last weekend. Donahue, a Lake Bluff resident and the Scouts’ leading scorer this spring, entertained spectators with the creative move a handful of times in thirdseeded Lake Forest’s 10-5 loss to second-seeded Mundelein in a

Deerfield Sectional semifinal on May 12. It deserved style points, even when the shot did not result in a goal. “One of her favorite moves; she loves doing that,” Scouts coach Jessica Goldner said of the 5-foot-7 Donahue, who intends to sign up for club water polo and club swimming at Tulane University. “Her speed and her understanding of the game — those are two of her strengths. I like her pool vision, too, and what was nice to see from her this year was her ball control. “This year she played with many teammates who are not as experienced as she is, and she showed patience,” the coach added. It’s a trait teachers must have. Donahue — a niece and cousin of teachers — has thought seriously about pursuing the field of teaching since way back in her

kindergarten days. “I’d like to teach or maybe work with kids in another capacity,” said Donahue, who scored three goals and assisted on the team’s two other tallies in her final prep water polo game. “My aunt and my cousin, they’re cool to me. I taught Spanish to children in Peru last summer, during a service trip. I loved that. I love volunteering in general. Our group also built a [water] pipeline for the villagers down there.” Donahue’s sense of humor? It could easily sustain a city of dwellers thirsty for a good laugh. Upon learning a certainly weekly publication wanted to run Grace Anne Donahue’s life story, Donahue — a swim team member and a poloist since her freshman year — flashed a poolwide smile and blurted, “Really? Are you serious? Then let’s start at the beginning, OK? I was born on … .

“One of my memories from that first day, in 1999?” she added. “Oh, sure, I remember. It was a day full of bright sunshine … No, I’m kidding.” She smiled. Hard. Then she laughed. Loudly. She’s as animated out of the pool as she is in chlorinated water. “She’s funny, always excited about something, always willing to encourage her teammates,” Scouts senior Allison Majka said. “What she liked to yell, during games, was, ‘Zero-zero!’ She usually shouted that when the other team scored. It was her way of saying, ‘OK, let’s start over.’ She wanted us to stay positive, no matter what the score was.” Donahue scored a few dramatic goals this spring, none bigger than the one that stunned Libertyville as time expired in a Lake Forest win. The shot from Donahue — or “Donny”, to her friends and teammates and

coaches — traveled more than half the length of the pool. Her second goal in the playoff loss to Mundelein came with only twotenths of a second remaining in the first half. The lengthy assist came from junior goalie Amalia Liguori-Coneff, who made several magnificent saves against the Mustangs. “Grace plays everywhere for us, does everything for us,” Goldner said of her super utility Scout before the start of the sectional semifinal last weekend. “Loves to compete, loves to win. Pumps everybody up with here energy, and she plays all four quarters. “I asked her once, during a game, ‘Need a break?’ She replied with a quick ‘No.’ ” To the surprise of nobody. Notable: Lake Forest High School seniors Catherine PompeVanMeerderVoort and Allison

Majka each scored a goal in the Scouts’ 10-5 loss to Mundelein’s Mustangs in a Deerfield Sectional semifinal on May 12. Mundelein scored the last goal of the first quarter and the first three goals of the second frame to take a 6-2 lead. Scouts junior goalie Amalia Liguori-Coneff blanked Mundelein in the fourth quarter. Scouts senior standout Grace Donahue collected the final steal of her prep career with six seconds left in the fourth quarter. LFHS, which finished with a 9-18 record (2-2 in the North Suburban Conference), had lost 14-7 to Mundelein in the regular season. … All three of Lake Forest’s senior water polo players — PompeVanMeerderVoort, Majka and Donahue — earned a starting nod at the beginning of the 2016 season. … Name game: Sophomore Isabella Watters is a member of Lake Forest’s varsity water polo team.


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EVERYTHING’S A-OK WITH CAYWOOD Senior makes all the right reads as Trevians claim another sectional title BY BILL MCLEAN, SPORTS@NORTHSHOREWEEKEND.COM

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n your mark, get set … read! Nobody loved a reading challenge as much as Sarah Caywood did when the New Trier senior water polo standout was a grade-school student. A chart kept track of the number of words each student in Caywood’s class had read. Caywood usually won the contests, with her word counts reaching 4,000-5,000 words. “I’m competitive,” the 5-foot6 Caywood — a center and holeset force for a perennially strong program — admitted last weekend. “I don’t like to lose.” Caywood and her team of Trevians won another water polo sectional on May 13, downing Evanston 7-5 in Glenbrook North’s pool. The result improved NT coach Matt Wendt’s mark in sectional title games to 6-2, including 2-2 in Spartans water. His 2017 edition’s next chapter: a state quarterfinal game against Naperville Central, scheduled for May 18 at Stevenson. Caywood scored two goals against Evanston’s Wildkits last weekend — exactly a week after tallying the game-winner in an 8-7, sudden-death triple-overtime win over the same crew in the Central Suburban League title game. Caywood, in her third season on varsity, ranks second among teammates in goals and assists for a 20-9 squad. But she’s first in a category that has nothing to do with polo. “She’s our lead singer on bus rides, always singing at the top of her lungs,” Wendt said. “Miley Cyrus’ ‘Party in the U.S.A.’ — Sarah recently sang that pretty loudly. Sarah is a leader for us in the pool and out of the pool. “That’s pretty cool,” he added. Caywood threw a high heater through the outstretched arms of Evanston goalie Leah Freidman in the sectional final last weekend, giving NT a 5-3 lead at 4:42 of the third quarter. Her first goal had broken a 1-1 tie late in the first quarter. But the goal that moved Caywood the most last weekend was the rebound goal authored by another Caywood. Leah Caywood — Sarah’s sophomore sister — alertly gathered a free

The steadfast and the calm Sarah Caywood did. “It’s a book that doesn’t spell things out for you,” said Caywood, who plans to play club water polo and major in English at the University of Michigan — Hannah’s alma mater. “You have to pay attention to the text; I love that kind of challenge, and I knew — after reading the first three pages — it would be a challenging book. Reading that book was like putting together pieces of a puzzle. It really opened my eyes to a lot of things. “It also pulled my mind.” That mind has been one of her many assets for Wendt’s club this spring. “She’s been mentally strong for us in times of adversity,” Wendt said. “You want that kind of response from your players, especially your leaders; it’s something I always bring up and stress in front of all of my players. I’ve been impressed with how Sarah has been handling everything, with how she’s staying out of foul trouble, with how she’s taking charge around her teammates.” Notable: New Trier junior Megan Frentzel scored a teamhigh three goals in the Trevians’ 7-5 defeat of Evanston in a sectional final at Glenbrook North on May 13. Senior teammate Kami Grochowski’s goal broke a 2-2 tie with 3:08 remaining in the second quarter. The winning goalkeeper was NT Elizabeth McKenna, who didn’t allow a goal in the final 8:08 of the game. Frentzel scored the only goal of the fourth quarter, after receiving a quick feed from senior Sarah Caywood with 4:20 left; Caywood had drawn a kickout of a Wildkit defender moments before Frentzel’s ‘WOOD FIRES: New Trier’s Sarah Caywood takes a shot against Evanston in the Glenbrook North Sectional title game. PHOTOGRAPHY BY TING SHEN power-play tally gave the Trevians a two-goal cushion. … ball, following a shot from Trev- eventual champion Fenwick. The 2017 version of Sarah it comes to competing in games. Former NT water polo goalie ians senior Emma Valdiserri, and Sarah started the game but had Caywood, the athlete, is as intense I’ve also learned, since last year, Hannah Caywood, a recent Unito exit for good two minutes in and passionate as the 2016 the importance of interacting versity of Michigan graduate, flicked it past Freidman. It widened NT’s advantage to after committing her third foul. version. with my teammates and keeping works as a business consultant The one big difference? 6-3 with 2:31 left in the third Leah Caywood replaced Sarah the team whole. in Chicago, according to one of frame. Caywood. “I’m no longer struggling to “With five sophomores on her younger sisters, Sarah, who “Leah’s goal was beautiful,” The older sister took out her keep my composure,” said varsity, it’s up to me and our other helped NT’s girls water polo said the proud sister, a 2016 frustration on a defenseless water Caywood, whose older sister, seniors to make sure they’re prop- program capture three Elite Hannah (New Trier, Class of erly prepared for games.” Eight state berths (2015-17). illpolo.com all-stater who played bottle. Guess who read all 326 pages Hannah was NT’s starting goalie for NT’s state runner-up team in “Broke it in half,” Sarah re- 2013), starred as a goalie on NT ’15. “It gave me chills.” called somewhat embarrassingly. polo teams. “I’m more focused (approximately 81,500 words) of as a junior in 2012, when the The sisters played in last year’s “My sister never lets me forget now, more under control. I’m very William Faulkner’s The Sound and Trevians placed fourth at the 13-7 state quarterfinal loss to that.” happy with where I am now when the Fury? state tournament.


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(The Mean Wiener, Lucky Fish); in Northbrook (Once Upon A Grill, Once Upon A Deli, Once nce upon a time there was Upon A Café); and in Winnetka a young man named Steve (another Once Upon A Bagel). Geffen, whose dream was Restaurant No. 8 in the band to be named a sports psychologist of eateries — Lucky Fish in for a professional team. He played Northbrook — is set to hold its baseball for Wheeling High grand opening in early June. School, earned undergraduate Like the Lucky Fish in Highand master’s degrees at Indiana wood, it will serve New University and was about to seek Orleans- and East Coasta doctorate degree when his style seafood fare with a father, Gerry, fell ill. Mexican flair. Unlike any of Gerry Geffen — owner of the the first seven restaurants, Once Upon A Bagel restaurant Lucky Fish in Northbrook in Highland Park — asked Steve is Steve Geffen’s “first born” to fill in for him. Steve did just in the business. that, found his calling at the Gerry Geffen, 74, popular deli on 1st Street and is ser ving the lived happily every after. company mostly as The end, right? a consultant. There’s more to Steve Geffen’s “My wife story than that. [Shana] has been So. Much. More. a godsend,” “I was scared out of my mind,” S t e v e the 45-year-old Geffen recalls. “I Geffen, of knew the business at that time, N o r t h because I had worked for my brook, says of father when I was a teenager. But t h e woman I had never had a job where I had whom he met at to work closely with people and Navy Pier in Chicago, in make sure they were happy, pro- 2000, and married seven ductive people while working for months later. “She’s our VP of us.” marketing, and she designed the Gerry Geffen returned to work entire restaurant. When you’re in six months later. Steve Geffen there, you’re going feel like you’re stuck around. The father and son in a restaurant in the city. ran the restaurant together, start“Our kids [Andrew, 15, and ing in the late 1990s. Other Once Nathan, 12] are the way they are Upon Family establishments then because of how my wife brought popped up steadily in the next them up; she has taught them decade-plus — in Highwood excellent values. Great kids, great BY BILL MCLEAN ILLUSTRATION BY BARRY BLITT

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nail a tune on stage. Crowds never daunted him. “I enjoyed performing in front of people,” says Geffen, who had requested a traditional lox plate with a whole wheat bagel to accompany his glass of water at Once Upon A Grill in Northbrook. As a first-year graduate student at Indiana University, Geffen learned — from a professor of kinesiology — of a job opening for a sports psychologist with the United S t a t e s Olympic Tr a i n i n g Center staff in Colorado Springs. G e f f e n thanked his professor, got in his car and headed due west. Twenty hours later, he was in Colorado, fielding questions from Steve Geffen an interviewer. athletes. My typical work day is baseball teams, sang tenor for the Alas, somebody else got the long, yes, but it’s important for show choir and landed play roles job. me to do everything I can to see at Wheeling High School. It’s Geffen gets his sports fix these their games [baseball, soccer and hard to achieve more balance days as the travel director for lacrosse].” than that at the high school level. Northbrook Baseball. He Geffen — smart and outgoing The young man could throw out somehow finds the time to as a teenager — caught for varsity a base runner at second base and manage the rosters and schedules

of 14 youth teams. His father remains his hero, his mentor, his inspiration. “ ‘Treat people with respect’ — that’s what my dad encouraged me to do more than anything else when I was young, and it’s what I’m mindful of today,” the son says. “My dad was ambitious when he started the business, always looking to grow it, always pushing for more. He’s a fighter.” Steve Geffen enjoys biking and running when he’s not making sure things are running smoothly at one, two, three, four — sometimes more — restaurants each day. He is more than happy to donate his restaurants’ day-old bagels for local 5K and 10K walks/runs. Raffle items for an organization like the American Cancer Society? Geffen provides those in a heartbeat. Steve Geffen enters one of his restaurants early one morning. He smiles at the first employee he encounters. The employee responds with a smile. Geffen runs into another Once Upon worker, then another. More sunny exchanges. “Knowing I’m taking care of so many people and their families is one of the many rewards of my job,” Geffen says. “Everybody who works at our restaurants is family to me.” Lucky Fish in Northbrook is located at 1349 Shermer Road.


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