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ull-day kindergarten, boundaries, staffing, BY LIBBY ELLIOTT and school closings all DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM factor into the question: Will there be a March 2018 n August 21, Americans referendum in Highland will witness a once-in-aPark and Highwood? lifetime event, last seen Cabinet members shared some of the difficult chal- nearly a century ago. A total lenges in meeting the time- eclipse of the sun, visible from coast to coast, will cast a path of lines at the August 1, North Shore School District 112 “totality” across the United States, resulting in complete darkness Board of Education (BOE) for more than 2 minutes. From meeting. Salem, Oregon, to Charleston, Chief Financial Officer South Carolina, this 70 mileChris Wildman said the two wide, 2,000 mile-long journey most important decisions are will cross towns and cities, when the BOE should go for deserts, forests and national the referendum and when parks. Municipalities and orgaschools should close. nizations near and far are preparWildman is working on financial projection models, ing to host large crowds gathered including an updated full- to experience the epic eclipse. Carbondale, Illinois, a city day kindergarten projection roughly 330 miles from Chicago, with tuition and without has the distinction of being the tuition. location NASA anticipates the Both Wildman and Chief

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NEWS ECLIPSE Cont. from PG 1 The Merrills and their two to look directly at the sun. total solar eclipse will last “At that moment it will appear children, Alex, a rising junior at longest. There, the sun will be a little darker here in the New Trier, and Kate, a 7th completely covered for 2 Chicago area, but not dramati- grader at Wilmette Junior High minutes and 38 seconds - a full cally different,” said Nichols, School, will be staying in nearby 1 minute and 3 seconds longer who added that the precise Marion, Illinois, but they plan than Leavenworth, Kansas. timing of the eclipse is still fluid. to attend eclipse festivities Carbondale officials are expect- “Shadows will look sharper and taking place on SIU’s campus. ing nearly 90,000 visitors on the lighting will look a little In preparation for the family’s eclipse day. strange but our eyes will get road trip, Kristin, a teacher, has On the main Southern Illi- adjusted.” logged onto both NASA and nois University (SIU) CarbonAccording to Nichols, the last the Adler Planetarium’s webdale campus, full totality will time the Chicago area was this sites in search of educational happen at 1:21 p.m., at which close to an eclipse’s path of to- activities. point it will feel like nighttime; tality was 1925. “We plan on making special the temperature will drop and Many area residents will head ‘Solar Oven S’mores’ for fun,” stars will be visible in the sky. to the Chicago Botanic Garden said Merrill. “You make them The partial phases of the eclipse on eclipse day, where, in partner- in a solar powered oven crafted start at 11:52 a.m., and end at ship with the Adler Planetarium, out of a cereal box and alumi2:47 p.m. organizers are hosting a special num foil.” “Carbondale will experience viewing event between 11 a.m. Evanston resident Elissa the longest period of totality in and 3 p.m., featuring free solar Cornyn, who teaches 2nd grade the United States, but you can glasses and family activities. with Merrill at Greeley Elemenget a similar experience anySome local enthusiasts are tary School in Winnetka, will where within a 60-mile radius traveling a considerable distance travel to Carbondale with her of that location,” said Michelle to be in the eclipse’s path of daughter, Leila, an 8th grader. Nichols, Adler Planetarium’s totality, booking overnight ac- The pair will stay in Mount director of public observing. commodations in Carbondale Vernon, Illinois, roughly one On the North Shore, if the and surrounding towns more hour f rom SIU’s Salukis skies are clear, a partial eclipse than a year in advance. Stadium, where they plan to join will be visible between those Kristin Merrill of Wilmette the Merrills for an afternoon of same hours, as the moon slowly said her husband, Christopher, eclipse festivities. slides over the sun and moves started planning their family’s Cornyn reports that in additoward maximum coverage at upcoming trip to Carbondale tion to selling stadium seats, approximately 1:20 p.m., when 13 months ago. SIU has rented out dorm rooms about 87% of the sun will disap“Even a year ago, when hotels and space in the gyms on pear. Even during a partial began accepting reservations, campus as indoor “campgrounds” eclipse, noted Nichols, protec- everything in Carbondale was to accommodate out of towners. tive solar glasses must be worn booked,” said Merrill. “I looked at tons of hotels

around Carbondale as well as area rentals on Airbnb,” said Cornyn, who made her travel arrangements three months ago. “There was nothing available.” On August 21 in Northbrook, District 30’s Westcott Elementary School PTO will hold its annual welcome back luncheon for teachers and staff from noon to 1 p.m. PTO co-chairs Michelle King and Christie Hartbarger, along with luncheon organizers Jana McWilliams, Andrea Grouper and Jennifer Klein, have turned this year’s event into an eclipse-themed luncheon, complete with centerpieces made of solar glasses – one for each attendee - and moon shaped chocolates printed with the message, “Without a shadow of a doubt, Westcott teachers are the best.” “We were searching for a theme until our co-chairs put two and two together,” said McWilliams. Regardless of location, whether it’s Carbondale or Northbrook, visibility of the Great American Eclipse will be entirely dependent on good American weather. “It’s really got to be a clear day,” said Michelle Nichols, from her office at the Adler. “If clouds are in the way, no one is going to see it.”

Winnetka map a ‘Grand’ gesture BY ADRIENNE FAWCETT DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

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f you happen to see someone with a sketchbook in front of Glencoe’s Village Hall or schools, churches and other institutions in the near future, you’re likely watching a map in the making. The Grand Food Center has an initial agreement with artist Mark McMahon to create a map of Glencoe similar to the map of Winnetka that the grocery store commissioned and installed in its Winnetka store earlier this summer. “I saw the map he made for the City of Lake Forest and I thought it would be great for Winnetka,” said Grand co-owner Chris Barber. “The Grand is the center of the Village of Winnetka – at least in my world! – and we found the perfect spot for it at our new cheese counter, where 1,800 people walk by it each day.” In addition to enjoying seeing the map at The Grand, patrons can purchase merchandise featuring the map such as cheese boards, posters, coffee mugs, plastic tumblers and stationery.

Map of Winnetka by Mark McMahon

Representatives of the Winnetka Historical Society provided historical reference and helped evaluate which landmarks McMahon should place in the map. These include the log house

at Crow Island Woods, Village Hall, Community House and the many parks, forests and beaches – among other iconic spots. “Winnetka is such a familyoriented town, so it was important

to also get the library, schools and churches that are such a big part of the fabric of the community,” said Tane Beecham, executive director of the Winnetka Historical Society.

D-112 Continued from PG 1 Technolog y Officer John Petzke agree that having full-day kindergarten will present new challenges. “If we need space in every building for full-day kindergarten that changes things pretty dramatically. But if we don’t do full-day kindergarten, and we don’t do a referendum, then we can fit our current K-5 in the elementary schools and grades 6-8 in the middle schools,” said Petzke. Petzke explained that the historical enrollment figure has been up to 4,400 students, and currently the district has about 3,800 students. October projections indicate that the district is looking at 3,600 students. One of the concerns is planning buildings for 3,600 kids and going back up to 4,400. “ W ith the work that Kristan (Swanson, assistant superintendent for student ser vices) and I have been doing there’s a direct relationship between the number of classrooms that we have, and the work the board did in adopting the classroom size guidelines,” said Petzke. “Based on the configurations that were presented by the Reconfiguration 2.0 Community Team, we have room to fit our kids, but some of those require more boundary changes than others.” Dr. Monica Schroeder, assistant superintendent - personnel services, said there are still 17 staff vacancies for the new school year. “ Without boundaries it ’s h a rd t o h a v e s p e c i fi c numbers,” she said. “Right now we’re currently looking at reducing or increasing sections. It ’s hard for me to create reconfiguration models on the current staffing plan that ’s not necessarily concrete.” Schroeder added that the district needs to have a solid understanding of the staffing by January. “ The spring is going to be taken up by making sure that we have positive negotiations with our classified staff because the contract ends at the end of the ’17-18 school year.” Board President Er ic Ephraim said, “If we’re closing School X that doesn’t mean all of the teachers in School X will lose their jobs, so now we have to go

through and look at the q u a l i fi c a t i on s o f e ve r y teacher in every school.” Schroeder explained that the personnel office asks each principal to meet with ever y staff member who might be RIF (Reduction In Force). Board member Dan Jenks raised two questions: do we have a referendum in March, and what model do we pick? The board also has to allow time for community workshops and possibl y another survey. Board member Alex Brunk said, “We can’t wait to start the process on developing the sur vey until we know what those final models are.” He suggested choosing a model that evening. Petzke said if the board picks a model today, he could give seven boundar y configurations based on one model. Director of Communications Nicholas Glenn said if the board doesn’t decide in the next few weeks, it won’t be ready for the October deadline to prepare for a March 2018 referendum. Ephraim asked Glenn to go back to LINK Strategic Partners, a community engagement firm that worked with 2.0 and the district last Januar y, to find out what communications options they would recommend based on the time f rame. Brunk said that would mean losing two more weeks. “The more we talk about this, the more I worry that there’s not enough time to do everything right,” said B e n n e t t L a s k o, b o a r d member. “Come December we should not put a referendum in f ront of the community unless we have done all of the diligence we can to know that it ’s the right plan.” Co-Interim Superintendent Dr. Jane Westerhold said she and Co-Interim Superintendent Ed Rafferty have discussed that waiting longer than October 3 to decide on school closings will be a big problem, as there is so much work to be done and parents are very anxious. Glenn added that he will take Ephraim’s advice to reach out to LINK Strategic Partners to hear their recommendations by the next meeting, August 15.


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CROONER MAGIC: Tony Bennett received one standing ovation after another from an enthusiastic Ravinia Festival crowd on Saturday, August 5, in Highland Park. The beloved crooner told the audience that Ravinia has been — and still is -- his favorite place to perform, and his daughter Antonia Bennett, sang a few songs on stage as well. PHOTO COURTESY OF RAVINIA FESTIVAL.


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New store, Kenzy, opens Open Lands turns 50, honors Christy in Market Square

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orth Shore retailer Yasmin Mekki has lived in Lake Forest for the past 13 years and has always wanted a store on Market Square. Now, serendipity is bringing her home. When Mekki opened Kenzy Gifts & Décor in Highland Park seven years ago, a Lake Forest location was not on her horizon. The same was true when she opened her second shop in Vernon Hills nearly four years ago. Mekki opened the newest edition of Kenzy at the end of July on the north side of Market Square in downtown Lake Forest. Kenzy sells gifts, table top decor, jewelry and more. “We sell things that go in a room or fit on a table,” said Audrey Ohanesian during a DailyNorthShore.com interview as she helped get the new space ready July 7. She has lived in Lake Forest for 24 years and worked at Kenzy since it opened. Mekki said she had plenty of customers from Lake Forest come to her stores in both Highland Park and Vernon Hills. The day she recently decided she was ready to close the Highland Park store, she got a call from a representative of Market Square. “She said, ‘I have the perfect spot for you in Market Square. You need to be in Lake Forest,’” said Mekki as she worked to

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Yasmin Mekhi at her new store, Kenzy, in Lake Forest’s historic Market Square. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

prepare the store to open. “I felt like it was meant to be. I’ve always wanted to be in Lake Forest. My 13-year-old can walk here after school.” One thing Kenzy already has is a customer base in Lake Forest. Mekki said she has been seeing her friends and neighbors come into both stores since each opened. She said she believes shoppers from Highland Park and beyond will venture to Lake Forest.

Along with an online bridal registry and a full website established for internet shopping, Kenzy offers a wide variety of gifts and decorative items. Prices range from $3 to more than $5,000. For $3 customers can purchase stones with a message written on them. “They say peace or I love you or be brave,” said Mekki. “Some even say mazel tov,” added Barbara Stern as she moved boxes around the store. Stern, a Highland Park resident, has also worked at Kenzy since Day One. “If you can’t find a gift here or something for yourself, you can’t find it anywhere.” Pointing to a mirror surrounded by detailed metal work, Mekki said she has specially ordered mirrors handcrafted in Morocco. They can run $5,000. She designs them herself and sends directions to artisans overseas. She also conceives her own jewelry and gets it produced that way. “There is no middle man,” Mekki said. “That helps me keep the prices down.” Morocco has a special place in Mekki’s life. There are numerous Moroccan designs in the store, and she said her home has Moroccan touches. She traveled there in her youth and the good impression remained. The name of the store is Moroccan inspired. “It means ‘my treasures’”, said Mekki.

hough he did not know it at the time, Stephen F. Christy was recognized for his more than 30 years of service to the Lake Forest Open Lands Association on the day the organization turned 50. After impressing Open Lands’ board members with his skill when they sought advice preserving areas around floodplains, they pursued Christy as a full-time employee. That was 35 years ago. Christy went to work for Open Lands. He became its first executive director, and immersed himself in activities including ensuring open space around real estate developments in the city. He continued in other roles, such as consultant, after handing chief executive duties to others. The Lake Forest City Council honored Christy for his more than three decades of service to Open Lands and the community July 17 at City Hall, citing his efforts to preserve open space that might not exist today without his effort. “(Without) Stephen (Christy’s) vision, planned preservation subdivisions such as Mellody Farm, Everett Farm and Middlefork Farm may never have been developed, and instead developments with conventional lots and little or no preserved open space would be in their place,” said Mayor Rob Lansing at the meeting. Acknowledging after the meeting the honor was bestowed during Open Lands 50th year, Christy said he did not know the precise date the organization was founded. Then he did some research. “I went back and looked at the old minutes,” said Christy in a DailyNorthShore interview. “The first meeting was July 17, 1967. It was the same day (50 years later) as the meeting,” he added referring to the ceremony honoring him. When Lansing talked about places like Mellody Farm Nature Preserve, Everett Farm Nature Preserve and Middlefork Farm Nature Preserve, he was referring to conservation easements. Christy said each is a vehicle to preserve open land when communities are starting to grow and develop, as much of the North Shore did in the 1950s and 1960s.

Pioneering the technique in the Midwest after seeing how it worked in the Eastern United States, Open Lands would buy large tracts of land like former estates, put in the streets and other improvements on a portion of the property, and ensure the remainder stayed open in its natural state in perpetuity. “They are a key part of why Lake Forest is what it is today,” said Christy. “Without this, Lake Forest would a very nice place with no open space. By assembling these we have preserved hundreds of acres of open space for public enjoyment. Without this, developers would have grabbed everything up.” John Sentell is Open Lands’ president. He said Christy’s vision is responsible for the open space surrounding some of the city’s residential developments. The spacious area around homes on Westleigh Road between Ridge and Waukegan roads is neither an accident nor the result of zoning regulations. “He was not just the executive director,” said Sentell of Christy. “He was the architect of many of the conservation developments, which preserved open space there forever.” Christy found ways to make developments like these appeal to sellers and others for economic reasons as well. He was able to buy property for Open Lands below the market price because the seller could claim the differential as a tax deduction. When the organization installed infrastructure, he was not seeking a developer’s profit. Not everything Open Lands

does is about ensuring developments have open space. It has six nature preserves with three more on the way, according to the organization’s website. Current operations are Derwen Mawr Nature Preserve, Everett Farm, Mellody Farm, Middlefork Farm, Skokie River Nature Preserve and West Skokie River Nature Preserve. One of the projects underway is the restoration of the McCormick Ravine, which runs east from near Sheridan Road to Lake Michigan in southeast Lake Forest, according to Sentell. He said the intent there is to return it to its original state with plants and animals native to the area. “When we are done it will look much the same as it did hundreds of years ago,” said Sentell. “People can experience the Great Lakes and the ravines the way it originally was. It’s not only good for plants and animals.; it’s good for people.” Sentell said another way Open Lands seeks to preserve the organization’s legacy is through education. It operates programs for adults and schoolchildren like the Center for Conservation Leadership geared to high school freshmen and sophomores. He said more than 50,000 children have participated in the overall educational efforts. “It’s important for the next generation to appreciate and love the land as much as we do,” said Sentell. “You plant trees for your grandchildren. We have to plant the seeds for the next generation of leaders. It’s an important part of what we do.”

Stephen Christy looks out at one of the Lake Forest Open Lands Association’s many projects he helped foster. PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF LAKE FOREST OPEN LANDS ASSOCIATION


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234 Vernon Avenue, Glencoe Deborah Bartelstein

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1000 Wildwood Lane, Highland Park $1,150,000

509 Pinecrest Lane, Wilmette Sherry Molitor

1470 S Ridge Road, Lake Forest $1,045,000 Joanne Marzano 847-234-8000

2376 Sheridan Rd, Highland Park $999,000 Sonia Munwes Cohen 847-835-6000

610 Cherry Street, Winnetka Sue Hertzberg

475 Niada Terrace, Highland Park $898,000 Barbara Tarr 847-433-5400

$899,000 847-446-4000

Lori Dub

847-835-6000

$2,290,900 847-696-0700

803 Michigan Avenue, Wilmette $1,995,000 SFC Team 847-446-4000

513 Walnut Street, Winnetka Sally O’donnell

$1,895,000 847-446-4000

663 Garland Avenue, Winnetka $1,299,000 Sarah Dwyer 847-446-4000

491 E Illinois Road, Lake Forest $1,235,000 Meladee Hughes 312-751-9100

939 Romona Road, Wilmette Patricia Furman

$1,198,900 847-724-5800

678 Sheridan Road, Winnetka $1,100,000 Jody Dickstein 847-835-6000

1329 Elmwood Avenue, Wilmette $1,095,000 Pam & Jim McClamroch 847-446-4000

265 Wentworth Avenue, Glencoe $1,079,000 Gloria Matlin 847-835-6000

906 Gordon Terrace, Winnetka $995,000 Emily Link 847-446-4000

447 Illinois Road, Wilmette Dave Chung

$995,000 847-256-7400

455 Oakwood Avenue, Lake Forest $989,000 Lori Baker 847-234-8000

The Max Group - Maxine, Mark and Carly 847-433-5400

1250 Grove Court, Lake Forest $879,000 Julianne Spilotro 847-541-5000

1914 Burr Oaks Lane, Highland Park

$875,000 847-272-9880

2020 Churchill Lane, Highland Park

Maria L. Karis

The Max Group - Maxine, Mark and Carly 847-433-5400

$1,145,000 847-835-6000

$875,000

2675 Ridge Road, Highland Park

$925,000

341 Lincoln Avenue, Glencoe Sonia Munwes Cohen

$874,000 847-835-6000

580 Grove Street, Glencoe Patricia Kozer

$799,900 847-835-6000

NEW LISTING

1280 Scott Avenue, Winnetka

$850,000

The Max Group - Maxine, Mark and Carly 847-433-5400

$850,000 847-234-8000

1088 Breckenridge Ave, Lake Forest

Leslie Gleason

540 Milton Avenue, Glencoe Rene Firmin

$849,500 847-835-6000

2106 Greenwood Avenue, Wilmette $800,000 Amy Wilson 847-446-4000

750 Brookvale Terrace, Glencoe $799,999 Cheryl Waldstein 847-835-6000

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531 South Avenue, Glencoe Mary Rosinski

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$725,000 847-446-4000

2515 Prairie Avenue 1W, Evanston $725,000 Gloria Gaschler 847-446-4000

881 Marion Ave, Highland Park $700,000 Noah Levy 847-433-5400

$699,000 847-433-5400

1145 Judson Avenue, Evanston $695,000 Sue Hertzberg 847-446-4000

468 Woodland Road, Highland Park $695,000 Nancy London 847-433-5400

$745,000 847-835-6000

839 Edgewood Court, Highland Park $739,900 Melanie E Thillens 847-541-5000

Sandra Werner

265 Roger Williams Ave, Highland Park $725,000

1212 Oak Street, Winnetka The Tesar Group

1241 Linden Ave, Highland Park $699,000 Janet Borden 847-433-5400

502 Andover Court, Lake Forest $699,000 Marcia Rowley 847-234-8000

1221 Lake Avenue, Wilmette Denise M. Kellar

2021 St Johns Ave 1D, Highland Park

847-433-5400

$699,000 847-446-4000

Jacqueline Lewis

NEW LISTING

1364 S West Fork Dr, Lake Forest $679,500 Patricia Furman 847-724-5800

3518 Riverside Drive, Wilmette $662,000 Mike Mitchell 847-835-6000

15 W Louis Avenue, Lake Forest $650,000 Andi Wich 847-866-8200

$599,000 847-945-7100

436 Burton Ave, Highland Park $575,000 Kira Spivack 847-835-6000

Jeff Page

2710 Greenwood Ave, Highland Park

Vicki Tenner

$575,000 847-234-8000

1451 S West Fork Drive, Lake Forest

793 Timber Hill Rd, Highland Park $649,000 Sharon Gertz 847-433-5400

1688 Sunnyside Ave, Highland Park $609,000 Peggy Glickman 847-835-6000

2112 Magnolia Lane, Highland Park $599,000 Mimi Bass 847-945-7100

519 Ryan Place, Lake Forest Marsha Nusslock

$549,999 847-234-8000

1725 Northland Ave, Highland Park $549,900 Peggy Glickman 847-835-6000

1449 Sherwood Road, Highland Park $549,500 Marla Schneider 847-724-5800

$485,000 847-433-5400

929 Westerfield Drive, Wilmette Dinny Dwyer

$480,000 847-446-4000

3108 Wilmette Avenue, Wilmette $475,000 Jeff Page 847-234-8000

NEW LISTING

$549,000 847-256-7400

120 16th Street, Wilmette Christina Feeney

$526,000 847-362-7300

1465 Oakwood Ave, Highland Park $525,000 Sonia Munwes Cohen 847-835-6000

601 Mulberry Place 5C, Highland Park

Beverly & Marshall Fleischman

576 Earl Drive, Northfield Anne DuBray

$469,000 847-724-5800

999 Green Bay Road, Highland Park $450,000 Michael Hope 847-433-5400

498 Pleasant Avenue, Highland Park $450,000 Bradford H. Browne 847-866-8200

9547 Springfield Avenue, Evanston $419,000 Marcia Shanin 847-433-5400

1688 Green Bay Rd 404, Highland Park $418,000 Susie Raffel & Israel Friedman 847-945-7100

737 Barberry Road, Highland Park $399,900 Patricia Furman 847-724-58000

216 Millbrook Lane, Wilmette Alana Golubic

$385,000 773-467-5300

2659 Marl Oak Drive, Highland Park

$372,750 847-724-5800

2848 Summit Ave, Highland Park $359,750 Lauren Schreyer 312-751-9100

1708 Washington Avenue, Wilmette $350,000 Gloria Matlin 847-835-6000

444 Elm Place, Highland Park Pam Devendorf

537.5 Ridge Road, Wilmette Marthe Nelson

$315,000 847-724-5800

820 Oakton Street 5F, Evanston $219,900 Marnie Sax 312-751-9100

601 Ridge Road 201, Wilmette $200,000 Michael Stern 847-866-8200

1838 Grey Avenue, Evanston Patricia Furman

1864 Sherman Avenue 6NW, Evanston $100,000

1069 Hohlfelder Road, Glencoe

Annette Blumberg

NEW LISTING

2325 Hastings Avenue, Evanston Susan Roche

$399,000 847-866-8200

Patricia Furman

$325,000 847-433-5400

NEW LISTING

1133 Pitner Avenue, Evanston $322,000 Toni Grimes 708-424-4000

$144,000 847-724-5800

Samuel Ciochon

312-751-9100

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NORTH SHORE FOODIE

House 406 brings home to table BY LIBBY ELLIOTT DAILYNORTHSHORE.COM

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fter spending countless weeks vacationing at her family’s second home in the remote town of Livingston, Montana, Jen Eisen paid homage to the state when she and her partner, Eloin Amador, opened their restaurant, House 406, in Northbrook three years ago. “Montana has so few inhabitants that 406 is the only area code assigned to the entire state,” said Eisen. But it’s the word “house” that more accurately characterizes the food and atmosphere diners can expect to find at the couple’s Church Street restaurant. From the long, lush draperies to the soft lights and leather club chairs that decorate the dining room, every fixture and fitting chosen for House 406 was considered with comfort in mind. Eisen and Amador want their guests to relax and stay a while. Even the restaurant’s 11-seat bar features soft, cushioned chairs. “We don’t want anyone to feel rushed… it’s all about leaving full and happy,” said Eisen. Eisen’s knack for making guests feel welcome was honed Pan Seared Wild-Caught Red Snapper, Lemongrass Marinade, Black Forbidden Rice, Sweet Pea Puree, Hon Shimeji Mushrooms, Sweet Mirin Glaze, and Pea Shoots at during the seven years she spent House 406 in Northbrook. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER working for chef and cookbook author Stephanie Izard, who while working catered events in the kitchen while Eisen manages couple’s home in Northbrook – come here and the menu is wrap around bare shoulders or owns the popular Chicago res- downtown Chicago and the the restaurant’s front of house. help out at the restaurant, too. totally different from what it was legs. taurant The Girl and the Goat. North Shore. Eisen’s mother and two siblings “The demands of owning a two weeks ago,” said Eisen, who Along with a selection of craft These days, Amador oversees – all of whom live near the restaurant can take a serious toll described House 406’s lunch and beers and eight house cocktails Eisen and Amador teamed up on your personal life,” admitted dinner clientele as “sophisti- given fanciful names like “When Eisen, who grew up in North- cated locals who eat out a lot,” The Clock Strikes Midnight,” brook and attended Glenbrook mixed with weekday business and “Snitches Get Snitched,” North High School. “But we’ve travelers. House 406’s long wine list offers figured out a way to make this New on House 406’s summer a healthy selection of allocated business part of our personal life. appetizer menu is Burrata “Limited Feature Wines,” inWe all get along…it works really Cheese topped with strawberries, cluding a 2013 Scarecrow Cabwell for us.” arugula and pistachios, as well ernet Sauvignon that sells for In designing a menu for as a Petite Greens Wedge salad $696. Now into their third year of House 406, Eisen and Amador served with heirloom tomatoes sought to recreate their favorite and Green Goddess Dressing. restaurant co-ownership, Eisen American comfort foods, like Among its summer-inspired and Amador are looking to open the Ground Short Rib and entrees is a Moroccan Baked a second, more family friendly Brisket Burger, served with Halibut accompanied by saffron restaurant nearby, using the same Roasted Poblanos and Pepper rice, summer squash and tomato winning philosophy that brought Jack Cheese; the entree-sized sauce. them success at House 406. Crab Cakes Dressed with a House 406’s peach cobbler, “Always stay true to your Cajun Remoulade; as well as said Eisen, is also a firm favorite vision and the way you like to Eisen’s ode to Montana: an 8oz. during the warm summer cook,” said Eisen. “Provide your Boneless Black Angus Filet months, when guests can choose customers with a comfortable Mignon accompanied by to dine inside the cozy, 70-seat atmosphere and approachable Redskin Smashed Potatoes and restaurant, or in one of the 30 food.” a Creamy Morel Mushroom cushioned seats arranged outside Demi Sauce.  These classics are in the front courtyard. For House 406 is located at 1143 ½ featured alongside seasonal, guests dining al fresco, it’s all Church Street, Northbrook, and is ever-changing specials that about comfort, even if the air open Sunday-Thursday from 5 p.m. Amador sometimes introduces turns chilly. Just an arm’s reach to 9 p.m. and Friday-Saturday away in the restaurant’s vestibule, from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Jennifer Eisen, proprietor & general manager at House 406 in Northbrook, stands before artist Tracy on short notice. “Our regulars love when they hangs a row of light blankets to 847-714-0200. Stuckey’s painting of an old Disney character called Slue-Foot Sue. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER


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SOCIALS CELEBRATE HOPE Rolfe Pancreatic Cancer Foundation Photography by Nan Stein

A fantastic crowd of nearly 200 filled 210 Restaurant & Live Music Lounge in Highwood for the inaugural fundraiser chaired by Rachel Sheinkop and Brian Blitz. Guests enjoyed dancing to live music, cocktails, and a presentation by Live Art International. Pancreatic cancer survivor Derek Faust and Dr. Matthew Adess from NorthShore Univsersity HealthSystem spoke about their experiences with the illness and hope for the future. More than $66,000 was raised to support early detection research and provide support services for patients and their families.

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OPEN HOUSES

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Buckley Rd

Lake Bluff

N Green Bay Rd

1. 15 Inverness Court LAKE BLUFF Sunday 2-4 $695,000 Rina DuToit, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.814.8648

4. 26 Warrington Drive LAKE BLUFF Sunday 1-3 $699,000 Dede Banks, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.542.0700

2. 215 Bradford Court LAKE BLUFF Sunday 1-4 $799,000 Rina DuToit, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.814.8648

5. 560 Jacqulyn Ln LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $949,000 Heidi Ogden & Leslie Dhamer, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

3. 55 Trowbridge Circle LAKE BLUFF Sunday 11:30-1:30 $849,000 Rina DuToit, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.814.8648

6. 108 E Old Elm Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-4 $459,900 Chris Puszynski, @ properties 847.295.0700

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8. 730 Barat Court LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3pm $1,369,000 Lori Baker, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

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9. 1340 Lakewood LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3pm $1,299,000 Vera Purcell, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

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Half Day Rd

7. 502 Andover Ct. LAKE FOREST Sunday 12-2pm $699,000 Marcia Rowley, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

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Dundee Rd

Glencoe

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Tower Rd

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Winnetka

11. 1151 Edgewood Rd LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $1,375,000 Marina Carney & Andrew Mrowiec, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485 12. 1765 W Broadland Ln LAKE FOREST Sunday 12-2 $1,399,750 Elizabeth Wieneke, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485 13. 33 Washington Circle LAKE FOREST Sunday 2-4 $1,200,000 Elizabeth Wieneke, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

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18. 673 Broadview Avenue HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 11-1 $325,000 Janice Goldblatt, @ properties 847.432.0700 19. 3535 Patten Road Unit 1F HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-4 $489,000 Rina DuToit, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.814.8648

Wilmette

28. 2719 Marl Oak Drive HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 2-4 $529,000 Paula Gorelik Baird & Warner 847.828.3209 29. 933 Stonegate Drive HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $779,000 Joellen Lidov, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-971-0031

30. 404 Sheridan Road HIGHLAND PARK 20. 2511 Hybernia Drive Sunday 12-2 $925,000 HIGHLAND PARK Jacqueline Trotter Sunday 1-4 Lotzof, @properties $1,455,000 847.432.0700 Alla Kimbarovsky, @ properties 31. 2000 Green Bay 847.432.0700 Road, Unit 106 HIGHLAND PARK 21. 3 Heritage Drive Sunday 1-4 HIGHLAND PARK $639,000 Sunday 1-3 Linda Barbera-Stein, $899,000 Karen Skurie, Baird and Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Warner 847-372-9850 847-361-4687

22. 10 Heritage Drive HIGHLAND PARK 14. 1001 E Westleigh Rd Sunday 1-3 $1,173,000 LAKE FOREST Karen Skurie, Baird and Sunday 1-3 Warner $1,275,000 847-361-4687 Elizabeth Wieneke & Diane McGuire, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 23. 21 Heritage Drive HIGHLAND PARK 847.234.0485 Sunday 1-3 $1,199,000 15. 196 N Ahwahnee Karen Skurie, Baird and Road Warner LAKE FOREST 847-361-4687 Sunday 12-2 $ 1,050,000 Brunhild Baass, Baird & 24. 4 Heritage Drive HIGHLAND PARK Warner Sunday 1-3 847.804.0092 $1,385,000 Karen Skurie, Baird and 16. 52 W Mallard Lane Warner LAKE FOREST 847-361-4687 Sunday 2:30 -4:30 $ 779,000 Brunhild Baass, Baird & 25. 8 Heritage Drive HIGHLAND PARK Warner Sunday 1-3 847.804.0092 $1,479,000 Karen Skurie, Baird and 17. 1357 Green Bay Warner HIGHLAND PARK Saturday & Sunday 12-4 847-361-4687 $549,000 26. 15 Heritage Drive Sheila Bower, Baird & HIGHLAND PARK Warner Sunday 1-3 847.446.1855 $1,675,000 Karen Skurie, Baird and Warner 847-361-4687

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Sunset Ridge Rd

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10. 1451 Harlan Ln LAKE FOREST Sunday 12-2 $829,000 Lisa Trace, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

27. 1333 Sunnyside HIGHLAND PARK Sunday, 12-2 $679,000 Margie Brooks, Baird & Warner 847.494.7998

37. 204 Leonard Wood S #204 HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 2:15-4 $349,000 Lisa Trace Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

47. 6 Rolling Ridge Road NORTHFIELD Sunday 1-3 $1,049,000 Richwine/Grinstead, @ properties 847.881.0200

38. 965 North Ave DEERFIELD Saturday 12-2 $689,000 The Frumentino Team, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.945.7653

48. 628 Happ NORTHFIELD Sunday 12-2 $449,000 Alicja Skibicki, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855 49. 308 Happ #401 NORTHFIELD Sunday 1-3 $479,000 Sara Brahm, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855

39. 1160 Deerfield Rd DEERFIELD Sunday 2-4 $524,900 Teresa Sterna, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 50. 977 Ash 847.778.7358 WINNETKA Sunday 1-4 40. 601 Wilmot Road $1,395,000 DEERFIELD Ann Lee, Baird & Warner Sunday 3-5 847.446.1855 $1,599,000 Kim Shortsle, Berkshire 51. 422 Ridge Avenue Hathaway HomeServices WINNETKA KoenigRubloff Sunday 1-3 32. 2068 Tanglewood Ct 847.987.5702 $1,022,000 HIGHLAND PARK Beverly Smith, @ 41. 4241 Henry Way Sunday 1-3 properties NORTHBROOK $599,000 847.881.0200 Maxine Goldberg, Carly Sunday 1-4 $524,999 Jones, Coldwell Banker 52. 329 Chestnut Len Zlatnikov, @ Residential Brokerage Street properties 847-922-4815 WINNETKA 847.432.0700 Sunday 12-2 33. 2532 August Way $2,095,000 42. 38 The Court of HIGHLAND PARK Grant/Watson, @ Greenway Sunday 1:30-3:30pm properties NORTHBROOK $789,000 847.881.0200 Sunday 12-2 Janis Kirshner, Corky $299,000 Kooperman, Coldwell 53. 719 Cummings Teresa Sterna, Berkshire Banker Residential Avenue Hathaway HomeServices Brokerage KENILWORTH KoenigRubloff 847-287-5114 Sunday 11-2 847.778.7358 $979,000 34. 475 Niada Terrace Jorge Abreu, @ 43. 750 Sarah Lane HIGHLAND PARK properties NORTHBROOK Sunday 1-3 847.432.0700 Sunday 1-4 $ 898,000 $495,000 Barbara Tarr, Coldwell 54. 1350 Ashland Len Zlatnikov, @ Banker Residential WILMETTE properties Brokerage Sunday 1-3 847.432.0700 847-826-3043 $1,415,000 Sara Brahm, Baird & 35. 68 MacArthur Loop 44. 756 Samson Way Warner NORTHBROOK HIGHLAND PARK 847.446.1855 Sunday 1-4 Sunday 1-3 $479,000 $849,000 55. 2510 Wilmette Len Zlatnikov, @ Pat Denenberg Baird & Warner Residential Real properties WILMETTE 847.432.0700 Estate Sunday 2:30-4:30 847-432-0500 $959,000 45. 555 Park Ave Alicja Skibicki, Baird & GLENCOE 36. 224 Linden Park Warner Sunday 2-4 Place 847.446.1855 $917,000 HIGHLAND PARK Betsy Burke, Berkshire Sunday 2-4 Hathaway HomeServices 56. 2538 Kenilworth $1,249,000 Avenue KoenigRubloff Pat Denenberg Baird & WILMETTE Warner Residential Real Sunday 1-3 46. 673 Birch Rd Estate $759,000 GLENCOE 847-432-0500 Sunday 1-3 Susan Ringel Segal, @ $879,000 properties Linda Lincoln, Berkshire 847.881.0200 Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.638.5040


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$1,395,000 $925,000

404 Sheridan Road Highland Park, IL 60035 4 Bedrooms, 3.1 Bathrooms Exclusively Presented By: Jacqueline Trotter Lotzof @properties 847.432.0700 jlotzof@atproperties.com

Total remodel from a new roof to a refinished lower level. Not one item left untouched. This elegant home has an open floor plan. Both the first & second floor are finished walnut stained hardwood flooring. The kitchen has a six foot window that cascades light on the designer cabinets & marble countertops. There is a first floor family room with access to the paver patio and wooded fenced yard. Walking distance to Metra and Ravinia.

1400 Arbor Lane Lake Forest, Illinois 5 Bedrooms/4.2 Baths Exclusively Presented By: Deb Fischer, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.309.9119 DFischer@KoenigRubloff.com Enter the circular drive through brick pillars adorned with coach lights. The two story Foyer opens to elegantly-proportioned rooms, ideal for grand-scale entertaining & intimate fam-

$995,000 $529,000

2719 Marl Oak Dr , Highland Park, Illinois 60035 3 Bedrooms / 2 1/2 Bathrooms Exclusively Presented By: Paula Gorelik, Baird & Warner 847.828.3209 paula.gorelik@bairdwarner.com

Completely renovated ranch home. Stunning wall of windows overlooks private yard and allows in plenty of natural light. Recessed lighting and hardwood floors throughout. Beautiful ss and granite kitchen with glass and ss backsplash. Natural stone and granite bathrooms. Large master bedroom with huge w/in closet. Finished lower level family room with half bath adds aprox. 400 sqft. of additional living space. Move right in!

447 Illinois Road Wilmette, Illinois 4(+1 basement) bedroom, 4 full baths Exclusively Presented By: Dave & Amy Chung, Coldwell Banker 312-399-0630 dave.chung@cbexchange.com

ily living alike. Imagine parties in the gorgeous Living Room, family evenings in the Music Room, delightful dinners when people gather in the expansive Kitchen, spill into the Dining, Family & Sitting Rooms & out to the patio, screened porch with its vaulted ceiling & the beautiful yard. Inside: a paneled Library, four spacious Family Bedrooms (2 are suites; 2 share a Jack & Jill bath); & a luxurious Master Suite with a Sitting Area, luxe Master Bath, & a 15 x 12 Master Closet. 2nd floor Laundry & Storage Rm; the basement adds a huge Rec Room & more storage. The 3-car attached Garage is reached off a well-designed Mudroom. 5 bedrooms, 4.2 baths, 5,000 sf.

Brief write-up on house   Gorgeous home in ideal central Wilmette location. 5 bedrooms, 4 full baths, 4,000sf of living space and beautifully renovated. A magnificent cook’s kitchen features a large island and breakfast area. A first floor bedroom and full bath offer the ideal guest suite. Upstairs is an amazing master suite with marble bath. Two additional bedrooms and bath complete the 2nd floor. The lower level features recreation room, a bonus room and full bath, huge storage room, and an expansive laundry/utility room. The large backyard is an incredible oasis with paver patio and playset.


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THE SPRINGS OF VERNON HILLS DEDICATED MEMORY SPECIALISTS

BACK TO SCHOOL SALE FOR KIDS! $5 OFF $10 OFF any shoe less than $75

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860 LAMSON DRIVE WINNETKA 8 bedroom/7.2 bath $2,750,000 860Lamson.info

classic georgian in east kenilworth

MARY GRANT

LIZ WATSON

Mobile: 312.339.2018 Office: 847.881.0200 marygrant@atproperties.com atproperties.com

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225 CENTRAL PARK AVENUE WILMETTE 6 bedroom/5.1 bath $1,349,000 225CentralPark.info

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Passion for the game drives Loyola Academy outfielder BY KEVIN REITERMAN, SPORTS@NORTHSHOREWEEKEND.COM

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teammate did a pretty good job of pegging Andrew Bartholow the other day. Almost got it perfect. “Here’s a day in the life of Andrew Bartholow,” shared recent Loyola Academy graduate — and two-year starting catcher — Brian Vance. “Wakes up at 4 a.m., maybe 5 a.m. Lifts for a couple of hours and then goes to the cage and hits for a couple of hours.” And then … “Then, he gets in his truck and drives around for a couple of hours listening to country music — wearing a cut-off T-shirt with the window down — before going back to either hit or lift for a couple more hours.” Accurate? “Partially,” said Bartholow, “everything except for that getting up at 4 a.m. part. “I’m a night owl; I like staying up late. I like sleeping in.” But you get the point. Much like his black 2014 Ford F-150 pickup truck, Bartholow is driven. This “country boy” is pretty much maniacal, when it comes to baseball. Forgive him for going a little overboard. “Drew’s life is baseball,” said Vance. “He’s one of those guys who just wants to keep getting better.” Bartholow, who resides in Winnetka, doesn’t get sidetracked by other things. “He studies hard; he’s a very good student. And he plays baseball,” said LA head coach Rich Bridich, amazed by Bartholow’s focus and single-mindedness. “He’s got a great work ethic and a passion for the game.” And, it helps to have some pretty good tools. His 60 time is 6.48. “He’s a quick-twitch athlete,” Bridich said. “A plus runner. He’s got big-league speed.” His exit velocity, while hitting off a tee, has been clocked at 93 miles per hour. “They say anything over 90 is good,” Bartholow said. “Big

as hard as I can.” Bridich loves that even-keeled approach. “He’s had enough success over the years that hard line-drive outs don’t bother him,” said the LA coach. “He understands that’s how the game treats you. He understands that he’s going to make some loud outs, so he just lets the chips fall where they may. He also knows he’ll get his share of hits on bleeders, bloopers and Texas Leaguers. “He doesn’t define his day on how many hits he gets,” Bridich added. “That’s not how he defines success or failure. [Instead] he’s looking for quality at-bats.” Bartholow is not a stat hound. “I don’t pay attention to my stats,” he said. “During the season, I didn’t think too much about them. I didn’t want to think about stats and have them change my swing.” Bartholow eventually took a peek at his 2017 numbers. In addition to hitting .336, he had a fairly robust OPS (.905) thanks to a .460 on-base percentage and a .445 slugging percentage. He scored a team-high 37 runs and drove in 19 runs. He went yard three times. Consistency. FORM-IDABLE SWING: Andrew Bartholow, a two-year standout for Loyola Academy, will be play his college baseball at Emory University. As a junior, Bartholow virtuPHOTOGRAPHY BY GEORGE PFOERTNER ally had the same numbers. He Then, in his next three at-bats, ended up with nine doubles, 30 League power hitters are over 100 for the Ramblers — batting .347 game on May 27. In a Class 4A as a junior, .336 as a senior — the regional final, a 5-4 loss to host the left-handed hitting Bartholow RBIs and 32 runs. His OPS was off the tee. “Hopefully, I will get there speedy 5-foot-10, 175-pound Fenwick, he led off and went ripped two line shots to center .855. Baseball definitely has a hold outfielder is all set for his next nine 0-for-4. field and one to left field. someday.” A tough day at the ballpark? Four shots. Four outs. Un- on him. This past spring, Bartholow was innings. But alas, there is much more to Sounds like it. The baseball life and times of daunted. the prototypical leadoff hitter. Bartholow didn’t react. Didn’t see — and hear — with Andrew But LA’s catcher framed it difFast. Smart with the strike zone. Andrew Bartholow will continue Bartholow. feel sorry for himself. at Emory University in Atlanta, ferently. Patient. Senior year, Vance, who will And, after the game, he didn’t “He went 0-for-4, but he hit “His swing is very smooth; he’s where he will study economics and got an effortless stroke,” Bridich continue to listen to a couple of better than anyone that day,” re- make excuses as he walked off the play Division I baseball at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelhis go-to’s: country musicians called Vance. “He was hitting field with a sportswriter. said. “You have to put it somewhere phia, and Bartholow took a reli“And he’s real good at being in Jason Aldean and Eric Church. ropes. He was doing everything “I wanted to go to a southern right. they’re not,” said Bartholow, a gion class together. control of his at-bats,” the coach And that’s when Vance saw a “If I’m a scout at that game, I’d former defensive back who gave added. “A tough out. Even when school, a warm-weather school,” up football two years ago to focus different side of his teammate. he’s down in the count, he’s not said Bartholow. “[Coaches at] say, ‘I’m keeping this kid.’ ” “Obviously, he’s a good student. Bartholow’s maturity that day solely on baseball. “Sadly, for going to make a quick out. He’s Emory talked to me at a showcase going to keep battling. He’s going [Headfirst Showcase in New was unmatched. In his first at-bat, hitters, [hard outs] happen. You Really smart,” said Vance. “And in to find a way to get on base. And York]. They offered me a spot on he hit a rocket the other way — get use to it. It’s part of the game. that religion class, he came up with some of the best and most insightonly to have the Fenwick third You just have to deal with it. that approach is going to help him their team, and I took it.” Bartholow showed his unflap- baseman make a leaping grab and “I try to keep my process,” he ful comments. at the next level.” “I was impressed.” added. “See the next pitch and hit After being a two-year standout pable side in his final high school rob him of extra bases.


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REROUTE WORKS OUT FOR CEKAY

Former QB turns into a top target in no time for Scouts football team BY BILL MCLEAN, SPORTS@NORTHSHOREWEEKEND.COM

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yan Cekay was a quarterback, always a quarterback, whenever he put on the pads and helmet — until football training camp before the start of his sophomore year at Lake Forest High School. Coaches decided to turn Cekay into a quarterback’s target in 2016. “I had kind of dabbled as a wide receiver,” says Cekay, who will be a Scouts junior this fall. “Sometimes my teams, when I was in grade school, needed someone to help out at wide receiver.” A freshman quarterback in 2015, Cekay — after surviving and practically acing a monthlong crash course in Catching Footballs and Making Stalk Blocks at the High School Level — lined up at wide receiver for the Scouts’ varsity in the season opener at Glenbard East last August. The second reception of his prep career, in the first quarter: a 63-yard touchdown in a 30-6 victory. “A pretty good start,” says University of Illinois freshman quarterback Charlie Reinkemeyer, who tossed the TD pass. “Ryan was ready to play wide receiver at that level,” he adds, turning serious. “To start on varsity he had to be, because the offense in the program has tons of formations and requires the receivers to know a lot of routes. To do what he did, to pick up things as quickly as he did, was not easy, especially for a sophomore.” The former QB finished with 30 receptions for 558 yards (18.6 yards per catch) and six TDs for an 8-4 squad that reached a Class 6A state quarterfinal. “I did not think I’d be able to make the transition from quarterback to receiver,” admits the 6-foot-3, 185-pound Cekay, who hopes to weigh 195 pounds by the season opener (Aug. 25, vs. visiting Glenbard East). “I have to thank my coaches, all of them, for teaching me so much. [Receivers coach and former Chicago Bears wideout Ahmad] Merritt was great, with his NFL background, and so were [head coach Chuck]

Spagnoli and [offensive coordinator Phil] DeWald. “The most challenging part of the whole experience was learning to run-block; I needed to work on that a lot.” Cekay nearly needed a personal assistant to help him keep track of his commitments to football camps this summer, including two organized by Northwestern University (with one named “Chicagoland Showcase”) in June. Before heading to Stanford University for another camp later in June and showing up for the start of Scouts camp on June 26, Cekay arrived at the University of Notre Dame for the two-day, inviteonly Irish Invasion camp in South Bend. More than 60 players (from the 2018 and 2019 classes), some of whom had verbally committed to the program, attended the ND camp. ND’s new quarterbacks coach under head coach Brian Kelly is former LFHS star quarterback and former Notre Dame quarterback Tommy Rees. Cekay and Rees got together for the first time during the Irish Invasion weekend June 9-10. “I’d heard all about Tommy and the legendary things he did on football fields in high school,” says the speedy Cekay, who ran a career-best 4.598 in the 40-yard dash at a Rivals speed combine in SEE CEKAY PLAY: Wide receiver Ryan Cekay of the Scouts tries to break a tackle after hauling in pass during the 2016 football season. late May and clocked a personalPHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER best 4.18 in the shuttle run to go with his 10-foot effort (another thought he’d be.” player was former New York him motivated me as an athlete, and reaching another level. personal best) in the broad jump On the second day at ND, Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter pushed me.” And coming down with a heap at one of the NU camps. “But I Cekay conversed and ate with — and not just because of the On football fields this fall, de- of receptions. had never met Tommy before this current ND gridders. Picture a splendid stats Jeter amassed in a fenses will have to deal with a “Ryan is a hard worker with a whole lot of natural ability,” Reinkemeyer says. “Fast, good hands, Ryan is a hard worker with a whole lot of natural ability. Fast, good hands, good good route-running abilities. I also route-running abilities. … When you’re a quarterback, you want a guy like that on like Ryan’s confidence. A really good receiver has to think he’s better than the guy lining up your side, and a guy like that gives you confidence” - Charlie Reinkemeyer against him, and that’s the way cypress tree dining next to sturdy 20-year career. bigger, faster, stronger and more Ryan thinks. When you’re a quarsummer. Tommy called Coach houses. “Such a great role model, and knowledgeable Cekay. No longer terback, you want a guy like that Spagnoli up and had something “They ate so much food,” Cekay he was classy on and off the field,” the green receiver with an exten- on your side, and a guy like that to do with me getting an invite to recalls. “It was unbelievable.” says Cekay, who in his free time, sive QB background, Cekay will gives you confidence. the Invasion. Cekay, while growing up, was likes to play the acoustic guitar be up for any challenge thrown “On every play this fall,” he “I was shocked when I found a “huge baseball guy” and played and listen to alternative rock, in- his way. adds, “the guy defending Ryan will out about the invite. What a great the game (third base and left field) cluding tunes by his father MiOne former teammate sees an realize the importance of giving a guy, Tommy Rees. He turned out at LFHS in his freshman and chael’s favorite band, Oasis. “Jeter unflinching Cekay going up full effort. Ryan will have to match to be exactly the kind of guy I sophomore years. His favorite is kind of small, like me. Watching against top-notch defensive backs that intensity — and he will.”


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IT’S HIP TO BE … A LONG SNAPPER New Trier’s Vinson hikes his stock by refining his special-teams skills BY BILL MCLEAN, SPORTS@NORTHSHOREWEEKEND.COM

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ichael Vinson’s very first long snap occurred at Skokie Playfield in his hometown of Winnetka some six years ago. There to receive the football was his father, Scott. The father did not care how tight the spiral was or how quickly the ball traveled. “My hope was, ‘Just get it to me,’ ” Scott Vinson recalls. Michael Vinson — a fifthgrader and first-year Green Wave gridder at the time and now a 6-foot-3, 225-pound senior at New Trier — got it to his dad. It nearly became a Rice Krispies moment — snap, crackle, pop. Missing in action: the crackle. “I told Michael, ‘If you can get good at long snapping at a young age, you’ll always have a job on a football team,’ ” Scott says. “He developed a love for it from there and later became very dedicated.” A total of 110 long snappers, including one from Canada and another from Australia, attended the Kohl’s Long Snapping Camp near Milwaukee in May; Vinson finished as the 12th-best camper. He later showed up at a University of Notre Dame camp and topped all long snappers in a multi-round competition that rewarded accuracy and speed. Vinson’s fastest snap in South Bend left his fingertips and reached its target in less than a second (0.67). The average high school long snapper hikes it to a punter or a field-goal holder in 1.05 seconds. Vinson also displayed and honed his skills at camps at Purdue, the University of Wisconsin, Michigan State, Ole Miss and Mississippi State. He flew to Las Vegas to take part in his first Rubio Long Snapping camp and landed in Tampa, Florida, for his second — an invite-only edition. “Been busy this summer,” understates Vinson, who trains in South Elgin with a private instructor, Nolan Owen of Nolan’s Long Snapping, twice a week and on most Sundays. “Colleges are looking for consistency and speed from a long snapper. They want you to get it quickly to a [rightfooted] punter’s right hip, every

VIN-TAGE GAME FACE: New Trier’s Michael Vinson displays his pre-snap form. He’s become a Division I prospect. PHOTOGRAPHY BY GEORGE PFOERTNER

single time.” Vinson has received an offer from Army and drawn interest from SEC and Big Ten schools,

twin sister, Jacqueline, is a forward get him to converse.” Vinson served as the Trevians’ on NT’s varsity basketball team. “Hard-working kid, too. He works long snapper on punts only last to get better; he doesn’t work just fall; look for him to deliver on

it, and he does so with a great attitude. He has a good feel for long snapping, snaps the ball with a very good rotation. In our scheme,

I consider him a great coach, too, with his willingness to help our guys at the lower levels. Guys notice that, remember that. That’ll be a part of Michael’s legacy at New Trier.” — Mike Napoleon as well as from Notre Dame. (Notre Dame sophomore long snapper John Shannon, a 6-2, 230pounder, lives in Lake Forest and graduated from Loyola Academy). “A very, very good long snapper, with a great personality,” Chris Rubio, founder of Rubio Long Snapping, says of Vinson, whose

to work. Big difference. Michael has good size, and he uses that well to generate great power as a snapper. “That personality of his … it’s engaging,” he adds. “It’s like talking with an adult when you’re talking with Michael. You don’t have to beat words out of him to

punts and field goals this fall. Mike Napoleon, NT’s specialteams coach, has coached football at New Trier for 36 years. At the very top of his Effective Long Snappers at New Trier list? Michael Vinson. “The best I’ve ever seen here,” Napoleon says. “Michael works at

we ask him to block and cover; that’s unusual for a long snapper. You know what else he does that you don’t see very often from long snappers? He jumps in occasionally to help out with our scout teams. “I consider him a great coach, too, with his willingness to help

our guys at the lower levels. Guys notice that, remember that. That’ll be a part of Michael’s legacy at New Trier.” Vinson discovered at camps that two of the long snappers he met aren’t allowed to work on their craft during practice sessions in the fall. One is from Florida, the other from Tennessee. The news stunned him. “Coaches told them they had to work on their long snapping at home,” Vinson says. “So they had to do that with their fathers or with others. I am very, very fortunate to be a part of a New Trier program that lets me do the drills — some of them on the side — I need to do. Typical day, when we’re working on snaps, I snap a football about 55 times. We also do some drills without a ball … slowmotion drills. We work on footwork, do ladder drills, work with the agility bags. “And [head coach Brian] Doll has been great. Last year, once a week, I’d meet with him in his office, and we’d discuss the college-recruiting process.” But don’t think Vinson’s only area of expertise is long snapping. Need to know the keys to preparing sumptuous fare involving barbeque? Vinson is your teen. He and his father have entered barbeque cook-off contests. Their best results to date: an eighth place (barbeque chicken) and a ninth (barbeque pulled pork). Vinson also loves to hunt and fish with his father. The pair once joined Michael’s grandpa, Mike, to do some salmon fishing on the Karluk River in Alaska. The population (40) of Karluk, Alaska, is a little more than half the size of most Class 8A varsity football rosters. There might come a time when Michael Vinson finds himself in a boat on the Gulf of Mexico, waiting, waiting, waiting for a bite. Who knows? He might even reel in a record-setting catch on that day. You can see the headline, can’t you? See: “Long snapper nets enormous red snapper.”


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Boehm adds a silver medal to her collection

Jeannie Boehm, seen here during her freshman season at Harvard University, was a member of the Team USA at the 2017 FIBA U19 World Cup. PHOTOGRAPHY BY GIL TALBOT/HARVARD ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

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resh off a solid freshman season with Harvard University, Jeannie Boehm has added a silver medal to her possessions. The New Trier graduate, a four-year varsity standout and 2016 McDonald’s All-American, was a member of Team USA at the 2017 FIBA U19 World Cup. The US lost to Russia 86-82 in the Gold Medal game in Udine, Italy on July 30. Playing on an extremely talented squad, the 6-foot-3 Boehm came off the bench for Team USA. She played four minutes in the championship game. Wearing the No. 9 jersey, Boehm contributed in six of the

seven games. Her best effort came in a Round of 16 victory over Puerto Rico on July 26, when she pulled down seven rebounds to go along with two points, one assist and one block in 14 minutes of action. Boehm averaged more than 10 minutes per game in the team’s three preliminary wins. She tallied four points and added two rebounds and a steal against China on July 23. And she had five rebounds and one assist against Mali on July 22. Boehm played on the USA Women’s U18 National Team last summer. She helped the United States win a gold medal at the FIBA Americas Championship in Valdivia, Chile. She

averaged 7.8 points and 7.2 rebounds in that five-game set. She shot 72 percent from the field. Last winter at Harvard, Boehm put together a terrific freshman campaign. She started all 30 games, averaging 7.2 points, 6.5 rebounds and 2.4 blocks per game for the Crimson (21-9). Her 73 blocks ranks as the fifth best in program history. At New Trier, Boehm finished with 1,872 career points. She also had 1,169 rebounds and 375 blocks. She played her club basketball with ALL IN Athletics.

POOLSIDE | Club Swimming New Trier Swim Club: Kaelyn Gridley, Greta Pelzek, Madelyn Ohr and Grant Koeppen came up with fine showings in the 2017 Age Group Long Course State Championships at the Pleasant Prairie Rec Plex on July 27-30. New Trier Swim Club ended up 12th in the combined team standings with 620.5 points. Gridley just missed winning a state title in the Girls 13-14 Division. She was clocked in a second-place time of 2:37.68 in the 200 breast — only to be edged out by Patriot Aquatics’ Hannah Liu (2:37.60). Her time in the 100 breast was

1:13.57, placing her second to Liu (1:12.13). Pelzek was another major scorer for NTSC. She took third in the 200 butterfly (2:22.61), fifth in the 400 free (4:35.08), fifth in the 800 free (9:26.57), fifth in the 200 IM (2:28.81), sixth in the 200 free (2:10.78) and eighth in the 100 butterfly (1:05.46). And Pelzek and Gridley teamed with Leslie Wendel and Anna Werts to place fifth in the 400 medley relay (4:32.43) and ninth in the 400 relay (4:11.44) and 800 relay (9:12.23). Girls 10 and Under: Ohr earned runner-up honors in the 50 breast (40.53), while she took sixth in the 100 butterfly (1:22.66) and 100 breast (1:33.09). Ohr also teamed with Elyse Newlands, Maeve O’Donnell and Ana Kimball in the 200 free relay (7th, 2:16.64). That same foursome placed eighth in the 200 medley relay (2:37.19). Boys 11-12: Koeppen took second in the 50 breast (35.37), fourth in the 100 breast (1:18.27) and sixth in the 200 breast (2:54.47). Boys 10 and Under: Henry Woodman, Luke Friestedt, Owen Pelzak and Mason Cotter joined forces to take ninth in the 200 medley relay (2:35.04). Friestedt also placed 10th in two individual events: 100 breast (1:34.48) and 50 breast (43.02).

Lake Forest Swim Club Mary Grace King turned in solid work at the state meet. Competing in the Girls 11-12 Division, she placed in five events: 4th in the 200 butterfly (2:35.77), 5th in the 400 free (4:42.75), 5th in the 200 back (2:31.23), 8th in the 200 IM (2:35.77) and 10th in the 100 back (1:11.91). CHIP SHOTS | Golf Championship At The Den: Winnetka’s Peter Radler turned in a solid performance in the MAJGT Championship at the Den on Aug. 1-3. Radler, class of 2019, had

rounds of 74, 74 and 76 on the Bloomington course to finish the 54-hole tournament in third place. Carl Christiansen of Naperville shot a 2-under 217 to earn medalist honors. He was four strokes better than Chicago’s Mulbe Dillard. Three other area golfers ended up in the top 15. Lake Forest’s Billy Jack Bailes shot a 2-under 70 in the final round to end up in a tie for 12th (229). LF’s Jed Thomas also finished with a 2-under 70 to share 14th place (230) with Glenview’s Jarrett Prchal. Highland Park’s Max Golding shot a 231 to finish in a tie for 16th. FOOTNOTES | Soccer World Maccabiah Games: Emma Parks of Winnetka and David Kugler of Glencoe came home with the gold. Competing in the prestigious 20th World Maccabiah Games in Israel, Parks helped the USA win the U18 girls soccer championship last month. Kugler, a midfielder, picked up his gold medal as a member of USA’s U16 boys soccer team. Parks and her teammates lived up their billing. They went into the competition as the favorites. The team, which didn’t allow a goal in round robin or medal play, defeated Israel 2-0 in the championship. Meanwhile, Kugler and Company shocked a talented international field. The team, which lost 4-0 to Israel in its opener, battled back in fine fashion, winning six straight games. The USA capped things off with a thrilling 3-2 double overtime win over Brazil in the final. It was breakthrough performance for the USA. Prior to this summer, a US U16 boys soccer team had never earned a medal at the World Maccabia Games. Kugler, who plays for Sockers FC Chicago, will be a junior at New Trier this fall. Parks, a member of the Wilmette Wings U16 Premier team, played on NT’s freshman A squad last spring.


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SUNDAY BREAKFAST

Ex-caddie carries on — as a family man BY BILL MCLEAN ILLUSTRATION BY BARRY BLITT

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ou Pasquesi had been a teenager in limbo when the letter containing his final status as a Chick Evans Scholarship applicant arrived in the family mailbox in 1986. “The envelope was thick — a good sign,” the Highland Park native and former Northmoor Country Club caddie recalls. Months earlier, right around the start of the second semester in his senior year at Highland Park High School, Pasquesi was a “deferred” applicant. The message: focus more on acing the courses with the exams and the papers than on the courses with the fairways and flagsticks. “I had to produce in the classroom in order to get that college scholarship,” Pasquesi says. Four A’s and a pair of B’s adorned his final report card at HPHS. It marked a personal-best semester for the boy who grew up in a household of nine — parents Evo and Pia, four siblings and a set of grandparents. Pasquesi opened the thick envelope on that day in June and read the super news. As an Evans Scholar, he earned a full tuition and housing college scholarship. Since 1930, more than 10,000 male and female caddies have been awarded such a scholarship to top universities in the nation. “I remember sitting in our living room and seeing my father, overcome with emotion, as he walked upstairs with that letter in his hand,” says the 49-year-old Pasquesi, an Indiana University graduate and an insurance broker specializing in employee benefits at the VITI companies in Highwood. “He was happy and proud. My parents [Evo was a carpenter; Pia was seamstress] were pretty quiet. They communicated best through their incredible work ethic and devotion to family.” The five Pasquesi children — Frank, Lou, Mark and twins Joe and Caroline — honored their parents last month by establishing an endowed Evans Foundation

Scholarship in their names. Evo, 80, and Pia attended the announcement of the scholarship’s inaugural recipient at Northmoor CC in Highland Park on July 14. “Frank did such a great job spearheading the scholarship,” Lou Pasquesi says. “We felt strongly about recognizing our parents in a special way, and we’re excited we were able to do that in conjunction with the Evans Scholars Foundation.” Each of the four Pasquesi boys attended college on a four-year Evans Scholarship. All proceeds from next month’s BMW Championship, featuring the top 70 professional male players in the world at Conway Farms Golf Club in Lake Forest (Sept. 14-17), benefit the Evans Scholars Foundation. Pasquesi became a caddie at a young age because his older brother, Frank, was one. Lou Pasquesi made exactly $9.50 on his first loop (round of golf ). “Caddying was intimidating at first,” admits Pasquesi, after ordering coffee, two scrambled eggs, bacon, rye toast and a plate of tomato slices at Country Kitchen in his hometown of Highland Park. “I was kind of a shy kid, and carrying golf bags for CEOs and presidents of companies pushed me out of my comfort zone. And some of the caddies in the caddie shack, the 16- to 18-yearolds … they were fullgrown men to me. But I learned a lot, including how to read the personalities of my golfers. As a caddie, you have to be respectful at all times, a coach on the course, in charge of yardage, an expert on the golf course and, at times, a therapist. “Caddying,” he adds, “is all about knowing when to talk and when not to talk.” Pasquesi gawked more than a few times, as a 16-year-old caddie for professional golfer Rex

Caldwell, at the Western Open at Butler National Golf Club in Oak Brook in the mid1908s. The Western Golf Association was connected with the PGA Tour event then and provided the caddies for most of the golfers. Caldwell had finished in third place at the PGA Championship in 1979. “What an experience that was, being inside the ropes with g r e a t players like Tom

ber thinking, during time with him at the driving range, ‘Wow, this guy is a character.’ Well, he missed the cut, and for two days of work I got a crumpled check for $150.” The Indiana University graduate with a degree in public affairs has been working for the VITI companies for 25 years. His wife of 20 years, Thornton native and Valparaiso University graduate Joan, has been an RN at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago for 27 years. They have three children: Olivia, 17; Daniel, 15; and Michael, 11. A staircase — this one many miles away from the one in Evo Pasquesi’s house on Bloom Street in Highland Park — was a

Lou Pasquesi Wa t s o n , Tom Kite and Greg Norman,” says Pasquesi, who could pass for actor Jeff Goldblum’s baby brother and

for soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo’s older brother. “Rex Caldwell was intense, fiery. I was super excited about working for him. I remem-

part of another pivotal moment in Lou Pasquesi’s life. “I was at the Hangge-Uppe [a

bi-level bar in Chicago] after college, walking down some stairs, when I first noticed Joan,” Pasquesi says. “There she was, with big hair and a big smile, an amazing smile. Electric.” The husband and wife enjoy taking long walks together along the Openlands Lakeshore Preserve in Highland Park. Lou stays fit, in part, by playing basketball games at the Highwood Rec Center twice a week, beginning at 6 a.m. He reads business books at night and, as a lector, scripture on Sundays at St. James Catholic Church in Highwood. “I appreciate the little things in life now more than ever,” says Pasquesi, who still loves to golf and survives most rounds by scrambling with the best of them. “Little things like walking the dog with my wife, playing catch with my sons, eating sushi with my daughter. I’m grateful for every moment I get to spend with my kids. “I’m not the perfect dad; I criticize my kids at times, and I can be picky. But I’m also a hugger. I like to kiss them all the time and tell them I love them.” The Pasquesi clan — Evo and Pia, plus their five children, their children’s spouses and their 16 grandchildren — flew to Italy for the start of a two-week vacation on Aug. 4. The family visited Tuscany first, before traveling to Pievepelago, a municipality in the heart of the northern Apennine Mountains. “The trip will be a big deal, a fantastic experience,” says Pasquesi, starting the “back nine” of his breakfast with me on a July morning. “We’re all thrilled about spending time together, especially with our parents. They’ve had such a huge influence on all of us. “I’m always about representing the family, about doing things that would make my parents proud. No matter what I do, no matter where I do it, I do it with my family in mind.”


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