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Longtime director of Children’s Theatre of Winnetka steps down

In its 26th year, arts program a huge hit in Highland Park

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fter dedicating 43 years to the Children’s Theatre of Winnetka (CTW), Barbara Weldon is stepping down as a director for the volunteer organization that puts on two children’s theater performances each year. While Weldon has decided to step aside to make way for the next generation, her love of children’s theater remains constant and she will continue to volunteer on the CTW board. Without Weldon, it is likely that CTW may never have existed. In 1974, she approached Tom Fritz, at that time director of the Winnetka Community House, about starting a children’s theater. While Fritz encouraged Weldon to become a staff member of the Community House and start the

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ith more than 250 workshops, performances and lectures to choose from at the 2017 FOCUS on the Arts, how do Highland Park High School students decide which events to attend? “Typically, the most popular workshops are hands-on,” said Daphne Kass, a junior co-chair on the Creative Writing Workshops Committee of the Student Leadership Board. “Activities where you get to make something that you can keep are really fun. People also love anything Hamilton, and we have members of the Chicago cast doing two workshops.” FOCUS is a collaboration of the city, school, and community presented by the HPHS Fine Arts Department and PTO. The event

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Emily Lubin beautifies the streets of Evanston She was referred to Evanston’s Cultural Arts Coordinator Jenvery summer, Emily Lubin nifer Lasik who put her in front of Evanston takes on a new of the Evanston Arts Council project. for their approval. Once everyThis previous summer, she one was on board, it was time to took it upon herself to launch a choose the right artwork. project of Evanston beautifica“I tried to make it very Evantion by turning a civic necessity, ston-centric,” Lubin says. “I a utility box at the corner of worked with Evanston sponsors. Sherman Avenue and Church I found a box that was in the Street, into a work of art. middle of downtown Evanston, “They were doing the same where everyone would see it. I thing in Sun Valley, Idaho, where worked with Evanston photogmy family goes on vacation,” rapher Ted Glasoe, who specialsays Lubin, a senior at North izes in Evanston art work.” Shore Country Day School Lubin chose a piece called (NSCDS). “That’s where I got “Dunes,” which depicts a sunrise the idea. I go running by the over Evanston’s Lighthouse lakefront, and I’d always notice Beach, with tall grasses and sand these ugly utility boxes along dunes in the foreground. She Sheridan Road. Once you notice sent the photograph and the one utility box, you start noticing dimensions of utility box to a them all over.” printer who machined the allLubin approached the not- weather vinyl sticky wrap that for-profit organization Down- now covers the utility box. It’s a town Evanston, which provides very peaceful change from the marketing and management hard metal box it used to be. This services to the city of Evanston. coming summer, she’d like to BY JAKE JARVI

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the co-founders of the school. James first saw the great need for youth education in Moshi when he traveled to the area to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro. For Lubin, the trip was an eye opening experience. “It made me take a step back,” Lubin says. “You could tell these people were living in poverty, but despite that, they were so warm and welcoming. We would walk to the school every day and the kids would run out and grab our hands and want to walk with us. They were just so excited that we were there. We were so welcomed into their community.” It isn’t the first time Lubin’s volunteered with young students. Through an experiential learning Emily Lubin, Evanston Mayor Elizabeth Tisdahl, and artist Ted campaign at NSCDS called Glasoe Interim Week, she volunteered give a few more utility boxes the worked with children ages 3 at the St. Vincent de Paul Center through 6 at the Kilimanjaro daycare in Chicago working with same treatment. The summer between her English School in the African 5 and 6 year olds. sophomore and junior years, village of Moshi. She traveled “The NSCDS motto is ‘Live Lubin’s big project took her to with her friend Sarah Lumberg, and Serve,’” Lubin says. “I’ve Tanzania for three weeks. She whose father, James, was one of gotten so many opportunities to

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NEWS it may have impacted their own life. Cory Provus, the radio voice for the Minnesota Twins, is someone everyone should consider seeing. He will lead an interactive discussion about the rise of his career. From his time at HPHS to his career now, he has never quit his love for sports, which should serve as an inspiration for us all.” In addition to Provus, Weinberg said Lou Canellis of Fox 32 News has been participating in FOCUS for many years. “He’s a favorite, and we’ll have a wide variety of other sports-related speakers in our media workshops.” Weinberg explained that the Student Leadership Board is comprised of juniors and seniors who co-chair the different committees. “They are integral in the planning and we want to hear their ideas,” she said. “I always joke that I could sit in my office and plan the whole thing by myself, but the workshops have to be interesting to our students, so we like to get their input.” The 40 student board members each oversee a different part of

the event. Weinberg also works with PTO coordinators. A few members of the Student Leadership Board shared information on some of the more popular FOCUS workshops: “Hands-on activities like glass blowing, cake decorating (from Bent Fork Bakery), beading, and mosaic making always fill up very quickly,” said Elyssa Fishman, senior co-chair of the Dance Workshops Committee. She added, “The student showcases stand out to me because it takes a lot of courage to get up in front of your peers and perform, so I’m always very impressed and love watching them perform what they love.” “Though not every event may appeal to one person, there is an abundance of options for students to pick,” said Mosk. “Over the years, certain workshops do stand out, which include designing your own bonsai tree, creating a certain cuisine or dessert, Playback Theatre and Boomshaka (music group).” Isabelle Arbetter, senior cochair of the Student Showcase Committee, described a unique

program at FOCUS: “Typically, FOCUS’ artists are performers, work in the performance industry, or are well-known in the media, but the program that Julia deBettencourt brings to FOCUS is unique because it is specifically designed for the students in the Special Education program at HPHS,” said Arbetter. “Her workshop will involve theater exercises and games for the Special Education students who attend.” Weinberg said ComedySportz will perform for all of the students at the opening assembly kickoff on the morning of Wednesday, April 26. After the opening assembly, students will have an opportunity to visit other events throughout the day. Art Night will take place on Wednesday, April 26 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at HPHS. “Art Night is a big night that’s open to the community and it’s great for all ages,” said Weinberg. “We’ll have young children through seniors and it’s a living breathing art fair. Some of the events will include: The Chicago Woodturners, a special effects makeup artist,

ceramics, origami and caricatures. Attendees will sometimes be able to walk away with different things that they’ve made.” Dance Night will be held on Thursday, April 27 at HPHS. The event will include “five of Chicago’s finest dance companies: Cerqua Rivera Dance Theatre, Chicago Repertory Ballet, Giordano Dance Chicago, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago and Visceral Dance Chicago.” HPHS’ Collage dance troupe will also perform, according to a press release. “When people think of FOCUS they probably think more about the amazing performances that occur, but truly these performances would not be possible without the behind-thescenes hospitality that goes into making each performer feel comfortable on stage,” said Arbetter.

about working with children? BW: It is giving them a good program, Weldon was unequivostart. If they audition, then I know they are interested in cal that it wouldn’t be successful unless the program was run by theater. Then we develop a charvolunteers. acter, study how everybody is in “She really did a wonderful a scene, the relationships and thing by starting CTW,” Connie how to react to what is going on Yonan, a board member and proon stage. The hardest part of ducer, told DailyNorthShore. acting is reacting. I love it and Indeed, 43 years later the DNS: What drew you to the kids are there because they program is still going strong. theater initially? love it and we never have any Yonan said Weldon was instruBW: I always loved theater. problems with discipline. mental in the theater program’s My parents and grandmother success, always believing that took me to plays. I was in plays DNS: What was your favorchildren should be involved in all in high school and college and ite production? BW: None really. I just enjoy aspects of the productions. “I have taught some drama classes. When always been amazed by her I had a family I decided I wanted each show that we do. Right now energy, vitality and commitment,” to do theater as a volunteer. we are doing Hello Dolly and I Yonan said. When my husband and I moved love it and the kids seem to love Welden was selected as to Winnetka in 1974 to raise our it. Hello Dolly is my favorite show Woman of the Year by the Win- three children, I volunteered at right now. netka Chamber of Commerce, the Winnetka Children’s Fair on and she was recognized at a lun- the Main Show. At the Main DNS: How has Winnetka cheon by the Chamber on April Show the children mouthed their changed over the course of 43 12. A Retirement Gala is being lines instead of speaking them years and how has CTW held on April 24 at the Win- and I wanted the kids to actually changed with it? netka Community House to speak their lines. That led to BW: We started out doing celebrate her commitment to forming a children’s theater. children’s shows like RumpelstilCTW. Weldon’s last show as skin and then the kids got more director, Hello Dolly, will be perDNS: Why do you think sophisticated. Now we are formed April 27-30. CTW is so important? branching out to Hello Dolly and BW: I just love working with last year we did The Sound of DailyNorthShore asked Weldon to reflect on her work in children’s the kids and helping them Music. We even did My Fair theater over the years. develop characters and finding Lady. To give more chances to out what the show is all about. I kids we are double casting too. DNS: How did you first get love it. Everybody who works on At first I was uneasy that we involved with CTW? it really has this tremendous love couldn’t get that many people BW: Lu Sunkel and I revived for giving children the opportu- who wanted to do this and were a children’s theater in Winnetka nity to be involved with theater. talented but there are plenty. It just gives more opportunities to — it had died out and we thought this would be a good idea to do DNS: What have you enjoyed kids.

DNS: What are you plans now that you are stepping down as director? BW: I will be cheering from the first row but I won’t be anything more than that on the show. You either direct or you don’t. I plan to be on the board and continue to do the audition sign-ups.

to you? BW: I’ve loved it and I am honored and humbled that I have been able to do this. The reason I am walking away from directing is that I feel it is time for new people to come in. My husband is very patient and it might be nice to get away too.

your former student Stephen Schellhardt becoming director? BW: Stephen is fabulous. He can act, he can direct, he can produce and choreograph. He is a triple threat, he really is.

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FOCUS Cont. from PG 1 will celebrate the arts for three days and nights April 25-28. In honor of the 26th FOCUS, a special opening night ceremony will feature Emmy and Tony award-winning actress Tyne Daly, accompanied by pianist and HPHS alum Dan K. Kurland, on April 25 at 7 p.m. at HPHS. The duo will perform songs and poetry. “Dan has worked with Tyne Daly before and he helped us get her on board,” said Jody Weinberg, in her third year as FOCUS coordinator. “We have a strong connection with so many of our alums who give us ideas about people they know who are doing great things, so we’re thrilled.” The free FOCUS event takes place every other spring and about 60 alumni will be returning this year. “I think it is incredible that so many alumni return to FOCUS,” said Rebecca Mosk, senior cochair on the Drama Workshops Committee of the Student Leadership Board. “It shows how important this event is and how WELDON Cont. from PG 1

When people think of FOCUS they probably think more about the amazing performances that occur, but truly these performances would not be possible without the behind-thescenes hospitality that goes into making each performer feel comfortable on stage. —Isabelle Arbetter this and formed a board. The first show was A Christmas Carol. It just had to be all volunteers and people interested in children’s theater. It wouldn’t have worked to pay some people while others were volunteers. We wanted people who really cared about children’s theater.

A free ticket giveaway for Opening Night with Daly and Kurland and Dance Night was held on April 8. Weinberg said that some seats are still available for these events. For more information visit: hphsfocus.org

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t is unlikely Meg Carroll realized when she opened a store with her college roommate selling brass beds and Amish quilts that the business would evolve into one of the premier sources for fine bedding in Chicagoland. Bedside Manor, with locations in Winnetka, Lake Forest, Hinsdale and Chicago, is celebrating its 32nd anniversary this year. Run by husband and wife team Meg and Michael Carroll, Bedside Manor is no ordinary bedroom and bathroom store. Take the Winnetka boutique, located at 920 Green Bay Road: The displays throughout the store are evidence of just how fashionable, yet luxuriously comfortable, a bedroom can be in a home. “We try to give a good representation for our clients of what we can do,” Meg explained, as she pointed out designers on display. The store carries more than 70 lines that come from all over the world. Bedside Manor is known for its creative layering of linens, furniture and decorative elements that can’t be found anywhere else. “Our identity is about mixing things up,” Meg said. For instance, the bedroom displays are never simply from one brand, but a unique arrangement of items from different vendors. But each boutique is more than just a place to pick up bedding or

towels; rather each store offers design advice on how to put together a bedroom or bathroom. “That is the service that we offer. That is what we love. It connects us to the community,” Meg explained. Each of the locations is slightly different depending upon the tastes of the community — for example, Winnetka trends more contemporary, while Lake Forest tends to be preppy. The Carrolls relish getting to know their clientele, many of whom they’ve worked for years. “Being located where we are, we are established in our communities. People look to us for design advice,” Meg said. Over the past three-plus decades, the Carrolls have worked hard to develop strong relationships with approximately 50 vendors. For example, they’ve been carrying the luxury French bedding line from Yves Delorme since the first store opened. Those relationships allow Bedside Manor to provide quick turnarounds on special orders and offer exclusive bedding. Bedside Manor even offers its own private label down comforters and embroidered sheets. “A good set of sheets is like a great white blouse,” Meg remarked. Growing up in Kenilworth, Meg has worked in the retail industry since she was 16 years old. “I have retail in my blood,” she said. She was a buyer for Carson’s, and she jumped at the

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iners who walk into Francesco’s Hole in the Wall in Northbrook are not handed a menu, but if they are lucky Frank Gallo himself will suggest something for them to eat. Gallo, the founder, owner and operator of the 36-year-old restaurant, takes time to visit with customers and, on a fortunate occasion, prepare special meals for them when he is not using his entrepreneurial skills to market sauces from his eatery to grocery stores around the country. The menu is written on chalkboards around the eatery. There usually are staples like osso bucco, seafood diavelle, lasagna, and other traditional Italian entrees. There is also something new depending on the season and what Gallo finds when he goes to the market. “We like to keep it small and intimate,” said Gallo. “That’s the way I like it. We only had eight tables in the original (in 1980). We’ve added on four times abut we still keep it small.” Depending on the time of year, one of those specials could be Branzino, an Italian sea bass with olives, capers and tomatoes. If it is summer, diners may be able to order pesce caprese with fresh imported burrata cheese. At any time of year, the most interesting choice is letting Gallo select the dishes and do the cooking. From a family of restaurateurs, he grew up around dining establishments. It was the family business. “It’s his creative passion,” said Lucy Gallo, Frank Gallo’s daughter who helps him run Hole in the Wall. “It’s in his blood. He does it for fun.” Frank Gallo said his regular customers who arrive to experience his creativity come from near and far. Some are from as close as Northbrook or Highland Park. Some need a plane ride to enjoy the meal. “I’ve had people fly in from Asia and Italy,” said Frank Gallo. The select meal starts with two or three appetizers, which can include fish, shell fish, octopus or sea bass. Shrimp and calamari have appeared too. Along the way flatbread may come to the table -- but never pizza.

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“It’s flatbread because we don’t serve pizza,” said Lucy Gallo. Once the appetizers are done, Frank Gallo said a pasta dish is served. It could be traditional but it might be more exotic like Cacio e Pepe. The main ingredients are cheese and pepper but it has a lot of Gallo love. Customers who like the sauces — marinara, vodka, mushroom, chicken Bolognese and Puttanesca — can find them at supermarkets around the North Shore and in 28 states. “They are all natural,” Gallo said. The sauce business started 20 years ago. Frank Gallo said customers kept raving and asking for the recipe. So Gallo went to talk to the owners of Sunset Foods with locations in Highland Park, Northbrook and Lake

Forest. He said they got him started and now he employs a wholesaler to handle the distribution. It is not unusual for customers who meet Gallo to think they have seen him somewhere before. The late Harold Ramis was a friend, and Gallo has made brief appearances in movies such as Analyze This and Analyze That with Robert De Niro. “I’ve had come cameo film appearances,” said Gallo. “It’s only been four films but it was with Robert De Niro. I was (also) in Ice Harvest with Billy Bob Thornton and John Cusack.” Francesco’s Hole in the wall is located at 254 Skokie Blvd. in Northbrook. Check it out online at www.francescosholeinthewall.com or call 847-272-0155


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hether you’re a seasoned professional looking for a new job or a fresh grad looking for that priceless first job, polishing your résumé on

these first, unseasonably warm days of spring is a chore. You make the best of what you’ve got and say a little prayer that it gets into the right hands.

So, too, did Michigan State University junior Joe Adams, who healed his bruised ego by drafting a personal dating résumé. But not even the best practices in business can get this guy a date. It started as a joke after Adams — who had gathered up all his courage to ask a girl on a date — was rejected. His target declined with some snarky question about whether he had a résumé that she could review. It was a good thing that his sense of humor was untouched by her rejection, as Joe returned to his room alone and set about drafting a dating résumé in the same format that you or I might organize our professional credentials. He swore he would not be caught empty-handed again. To start with, his objective as stated on his dating résumé was clear: “To find a honey with [an awesome] family who enjoys sushi, adventure and good movies.” Job sites like The Ladders and Monster agree that if your résumé has an objective, it should be as specific as Adams was when he noted his love for raw seafood.

To start with, his objective as stated on his dating résumé was clear: “To find a honey with [an awesome] family who enjoys sushi, adventure and good movies.”

Continuing on, Adams’s résumé includes the same subtitles as mine: education, work experience and special skills, supplemented by sections itemizing his favorites (the movie Inglourious Bastards; the television series The Office; and a band called The Killers) and moderately interesting things about him, as well as a pie chart of how he spends his time — the academic grind and religious functions take up half of the circle. The vita also includes a photo of Adams with a llama. Other than the llama photo, Adams’ résumé uses all of the best practices recommended by the Harvard University Extension School. A professor there reminds job seekers that résumés are marketing documents that potential employers will spend no more than seven seconds reviewing. For that reason, job candidates should use action verbs to describe how they added value to each position listed and to quantify information to show the achieved results. Adams does that in several ways. He details his job as a

lubricants consultant (“Not a euphemism”) with the Shell Oil Company, where he worked to decrease production time by 20 percent at a Houston facility. He also uses bar graphs to highlight special skills. He gave himself 100 percent for crying at movies like Marley and Me and about 90 percent for “acting like a dad in public,” but only 20 percent for rollerblading. Finally, he lists his contact information in the form of social media accounts Instagram and Snapchat — but not Tinder, “because I don’t objectify women.” It’s no wonder that he also lists making great small-talk with parents among his special skills. “The intent of the résumé was really just to make a joke out of getting denied,” he told Cosmopolitan. “I don’t carry it around with me or hand them out. I wouldn’t want to be known as ‘The résumé guy’ around campus. Ironically, this is now what I’m known [as] …” Send your thoughts to joanna@ northshoreweekend.com.

SOCIALS MAKE OUR GARDEN GROW SPRING GALA: MUSIC THEATER WORKS Photography by Steve Handwerker

Gracious guests from the North Shore enjoyed an evening of cocktails and dinner, auctions, and a musical program supporting the newly renamed, Music Theater Works. Formerly, Light Opera Works, the organization is in its 37th year. Proceeds from the benefit will be used to support the 2017 theater season and Youth Reach programs.

JEFF COLLINS, GENE SERVILLO, CHRSTOPHER RILE

CECILIA IOLE, BEN BARKER, LEXIS DANCA

LARRY ADAMS, BEN SHAPIRO

ROGER BINGAMAN, KYLE HILLMAN, CHRISTOPHER RICHARD

JIM HARMS, MARY ROBIN ROTH, RUDY HOGENMILLER

JOAN MCGRATH, CATHERINE WESTPHAL

musictheaterworks.com


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ASKING PRICE $925,000

1617 GREENWOOD WILMETTE OPEN HOUSE NEW ON MARKET! GORGEOUS KITCHEN AND STUNNING

GLORIA MATLIN 847-951-4040 GLORIA.MATLIN@CBEXCHANGE.COM WWW.GLORIAMATLIN.COM

SUNDAY 1 - 2:30

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LUXURY MAINTENANCE FREE LIVING

4225 Linden Tree Lane | Glenview Bedrooms 2 | Bathrooms 3.1 | $525,000 Linden Tree’s Most Sought After Model

Barb Singer 847.421.1134 barb.singer@cbexchange.com

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THIS IS WHERE AWESOMENESS HAPPENS

NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING

1215 Whitebridge Hill Rd, Winnetka $9,750,000 Chaz Walters 312-266-7000

81 Woodley Road, Winnetka Dinny Dwyer

$2,495,000 847-446-4000

30 S Sheridan Road, Lake Forest $2,490,000 Vera Purcell 847-234-8000

18 Indian Hill Road, Winnetka Dinny Dwyer

$2,425,000 847-446-4000

NEW LISTING

2 Woodley Road, Winnetka Maureen Mohling

$1,995,000 847-446-4000

280 Sheridan Road, Winnetka $1,985,000 Blanche Egan Romey 847-446-4000

979 Elm Street, Winnetka The Tesar Group

$1,939,000 847-446-4000

743 Bluff Street, Glencoe Noah Levy

344 Central Avenue, Wilmette Paul Gorney

$1,599,900 312-943-1959

1025 Bluff Road, Glencoe Jody Dickstein

$1,595,000 847-835-6000

127 Bertling Lane, Winnetka Beth Groebe

$1,549,000 847-446-4000

271 Scott Avenue, Winnetka Joan Culkin Conlisk

$1,495,000 847-446-4000

190 Maple Hill Road, Glencoe David P Schwabe

$1,425,000 847-222-5000

1076 Ash Street, Winnetka SFC Team

$1,399,000 847-446-4000

Open Sun 12-2

700 Green Briar Lane, Lake Forest $2,195,000 Suzanne Conolly Myers 847-234-8000

536 S Avenue, Glencoe Gloria Matlin

$2,049,900 847-835-6000

NEW LISTING

$1,750,000 847-433-5400

1339 Trapp Lane, Winnetka Chaz Walters

$1,699,849 312-266-7000

1044 Eastwood Road, Glencoe $1,695,000 Wendy Smith 847-446-4000

1151 Edgewood Rd, Lake Forest $1,525,000 Lori Baker 847-234-8000

250 Mortimer Road, Glencoe Gloria Matlin

$1,499,000 847-835-6000

975 Pine Tree Lane, Winnetka Mary Schreibstein

$1,495,000 847-835-6000

790 S Southmeadow Ln, Lake Forest $1,385,000 Marsha Nusslock 847-234-8000

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

816 Lake Avenue, Wilmette Ian Schwartz

$1,295,000 312-266-7000

NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING

1725 Elmwood Dr, Highland Park $1,249,000 Janet Borden 847-433-5400

1880 Crescent Ct, Highland Park $1,195,000 Jamie Roth 847-433-5400

2131 Middlefork Road, Northfield $1,175,000 Dinny Dwyer 847-446-4000

1334 Elmwood Avenue, Wilmette $1,095,000 Lydia Deleo 847-256-7400

105 Washington Circle, Lake Forest $1,085,000 Lori Baker 847-234-8000

2108 Park Lane, Highland Park $999,995 Lori Progar 847-362-7300

325 W Deerpath Road, Lake Forest $969,000 Patricia Furman 847-724-5800

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

876 Piccadilly Road, Highland Park $899,918 Marla Schneider 847-724-5800

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

367 Vincent Court, Lake Bluff Megan Hauswirth Beidler

2221 Beechwood Avenue, Wilmette $863,000 Gloria Gaschler 847-446-4000

$879,000 847-234-8000

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NEW LISTING

310 Belle Foret Drive, Lake Bluff $849,000 Jean Royster 847-234-8000

37 W Quail Drive, Lake Forest Suzanne Conolly Myers

$849,000 847-234-8000

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

726 11th Street, Wilmette Stevie Sims

$799,000 847-256-7400

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

626 E Scranton Avenue, Lake Bluff $775,000 Jeff Page 847-234-8000

503 Kenilworth Avenue, Kenilworth $775,000 Colleen Remsberg 847-446-4000

1220 Burr Oak Road, Lake Forest $775,000 Lori Baker 847-234-8000

335 S Ashland Lane, Lake Forest $759,000 Mary Kay Brunner-Dasse 847-234-8000

206 Warwick Road, Lake Forest $750,000 Michele Wilson 847-234-8000

58 Sheridan Road, Highland Park $739,000 Linda Yedor 847-433-5400

1917 Birchwood Avenue, Wilmette $735,000 Kathy Lerner 847-256-7400 NEW LISTING

321 E Washington Ave, Lake Bluff $725,000 Sarah Rowland 847-234-8000

1885 Keats Lane, Highland Park $723,900 Chaz Walters 312-266-7000

218 Dupee Place, Wilmette SFC Team

$719,000 847-446-4000

286 Ingram Street, Northfield Marsha Balsamo

15 Red Oak Lane, Highland Park

Brendan Santi & Carol Degrazia Santi 847-433-5400

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

705 Sycamore Lane, Glencoe Marla Pierson

$599,000 847-272-9880

1179 Carol Lane, Glencoe Laurie Gross

1146 Carol Lane, Glencoe Shirley Olin

$525,000 847-835-6000

1853 York Lane, Highland Park $454,900 Valerie Frossard 847-433-5400

705 11th Street 214, Wilmette $399,900 Victoria Stein 773-467-5300

$664,000

$525,000 847-835-6000

$686,400 847-724-5800

3226 Temple Lane, Wilmette $679,000 Beverly & Marshall Fleischman 847-256-7400

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

1160 Lynette Drive, Lake Forest $535,000 Donna Mercier 847-234-8000

1015 Green Bay Road, Highland Park $525,000 Jacqueline Lewis 847-433-5400

1174 Lynette Drive, Lake Forest $489,000 Patricia Carter 847-234-8000

2912 Lexington Lane, Highland Park $489,000 Pam Devendorf 847-433-5400

111 Green Bay Road, Lake Bluff $480,000 Jamie Roth 847-433-5400

1165 Fairview Avenue, Lake Forest $475,000 Susan Weisbond 847-945-7100

658 Broadview Avenue, Highland Park $450,000 Suzanne Conolly Myers 847-234-8000

119 E. Laurel Ave., Unit 203 Lake Forest $425,000 Jean Royster 847-234-8000

800 Elgin Road 1509, Evanston Noah Seidenberg

$450,000 847-866-8200

121 E Washington Ave, Lake Bluff $439,000 Claudia Gaynor 847-446-4000

781 Green Bay Rd, Highland Park $425,000 Marcia Lyman 847-433-5400

265 Whistler Road, Highland Park $379,000 Valerie Frossard 847-433-5400

308 S Happ Road 306, Northfield $298,000 Dinny Dwyer 847-446-4000

306 Main Street, Evanston Dawn Miller

$289,900 847-446-4000

1720 Oak Avenue 501, Evanston $279,000 Kira Spivack 847-835-6000

9200 E Prairie Road 207, Evanston $274,500 Joanne Toyama 847-866-8200

NEW LISTING

1925 Main Street, Evanston Patricia Furman

$699,000 847-446-4000

1308 Asbury Avenue, Evanston Patricia Furman

NEW LISTING

$228,800 847-724-5800

2316 Sherman Avenue 2B, Evanston $209,000 Candace Kuzmarski 847-866-8200

NEW LISTING

1240 Park Ave West 323, Highland Park $199,000

John Krifka

847-945-7100

1795 Lake Cook Rd 208, Highland Park $199,000

Janis Kirshner

847-433-5400

1900 Wilmette Avenue 3F, Wilmette $147,900 Cyd Archer 312-266-7000

556 Sheridan Square 3, Evanston $145,000 Timothy Rosinski 847-866-8200

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COLDWELL BANKER PRESENTS…

SUNDAY OPEN 1-3 877 Hill Road Maryann Burke

Winnetka 1347 Sunview Lane $1,695,000 Maryann Burke

Winnetka 566 Willow $1,285,000 Emily Smart LeMire

112 Church Emily Smart LeMire

Winnetka 489 Jefferson $1,349,000 Eileen Collins

Glencoe 200 Golf Terrace $1,399,500 Liz Van Horn

520 Brier Street Patti Skirving

Kenilworth 910 Oakwood $1,095,000 Maureen Spriggs

910 Willow Maureen Spriggs

Winnetka 524 Hoyt Lane $1,399,000 Maureen Mohling

Wilmette 55 Overlook Drive $999,000 Maureen Spriggs

Winnetka 385 Palos $1,850,000 Jann Tyler

Winnetka $2,295,000

Wilmette

Golf $2,225,000

Glencoe $1,599,000

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Wilmette and Winnetka Offices 271 Scott Avenue Joan Conlisk

Winnetka 3140 Sprucewood $1,495,000 Kathy Tyrrell

Wilmette $639,000


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SELECT NORTH SHORE LISTINGS

UNDER CONTRACT 3219 Sprucewood Kathy Tyrrell

Wilmette 849 Willow $450,000 Candy Pyle

Winnetka 751 Maclean $1,100,000 Lydia DeLeo

Kenilworth $775,000

2932 Indianwood Lydia DeLeo

Wilmette 1411 Forest $939,000 Lydia DeLeo

Wilmette 800 Vernon $995,000 Carol Munro

Glencoe $699,000

UNDER CONTRACT 503 Kenilworth Colleen Remsberg

736 Deerpath Julie Hartvigsen & AG Krone

Kenilworth 1450 Grant $775,000 Debra Kruger

Deerfield 1548 Tower $1,025,000 Beverly & Marshall Fleischman

Northbrook 725 Chestnut $1,799,000 Emily Smart LeMire

Wilmette $1,195,000

Winnetka 2406 Pomona $1,090,000 Beverly & Marshall Fleischman

Wilmette $1,075,000

Wilmette Office 1100 Central Avenue 847-256-7400

3226 Temple Lane Beverly & Marshall Fleischman

Wilmette 2049 Royal Ridge Drive $679,000 Debbie Buckner

Northbrook $889,000

Winnetka Office 568 Lincoln Avenue 847-446-4000

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COLDWELL BANKER HIGHLAND PARK OFFICE…

2697 Marl Oak Drive Marjorie Rissman

Highland Park 420 Linden Avenue #502 $369,000 Marjorie Rissman

Wilmette $295,000

1905 Waterford Court Marcia Plonsker

Highland Park 74 Holabird Loop $1,495,000 Janet Borden

Highwood $650,000

1041 Ridge #505 Janet Borden

3275 Dato Janet Borden

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage | Highland Park | 1741 Second Street | (847) 433-5400

Wilmette 1700 Old Briar $688,000 Noah Levy

Highland Park 248 South $599,900 Jamie Roth

Highland Park $699,000

Glencoe $1,099,000


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SELECT NORTH SHORE LISTINGS

110 Lakewood Jamie Roth

Highland Park 749 Rice $989,000 Jamie Roth

Highland Park 29793 Rivers Drive $799,000 Pam Devendorf

Lake Bluff $475,000

1142 Sheridan Road Judy Sklare

Highland Park 319 Seven Pines $999,999 The Max Group

Highland Park 211 Pine Point $699,500 The Max Group

Highland Park $1,249,000

874 Valley Road The Max Group

Glencoe 385 Park $1,160,000 Janet Borden

Highland Park 1014 Deerfield Road $574,900 Janet Borden

Highland Park $399,000

1795 Lake Cook Road, #208 Janis Kirschner & Maxine Goldberg

Northbrook 781 Green Bay Road $199,000 Marcia Lyman

Highland Park 480 Barberry Road $425,000 Pam Devendorf

Highland Park $509,000

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NEW CONSTRUCTION IN HIGHLAND PARK

1725 ELMWOOD DRIVE | $1,249,000 Exceptional Home on a Beautiful Deep lot in a Prime, East, Sunset Park Location Close to Town and the Metra Train. Over 3300 Square Feet with 5 Bedrooms, 4.1 Baths and the Finest Finishes. The Sun filled Open Floor Plan is Beautifully Appointed with Meticulous Attention to Detail including 10-12 Foot Coffered and Tray Ceilings, 8 Foot Doors, Leaded Glass, Hardwood Floors, Marble Fireplace, and A Stunning Gourmet Kitchen With a Huge Island, Quartz Counters, and Top of the Line Appliances. Finished Basement with 10 ft Ceilings, Wet Bar, Full Bath, Bedroom and Office. A Truly Elegant Home!

847.833.3171 JANET@JANETBORDEN.COM JANETBORDEN.COM #1 in the Highland Park Office 2016

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465 Drexel Avenue | Glencoe | $1,165,000

Fabulous contemporary style home with updated kitchen, new gorgeous master bath, light filled rooms with vaulted ceilings. Steps from schools, parks, train and restaurants!

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COME SEE GLENCOE’S CAROL LANE ALL Open Sunday 2-4pm on April 23 1146 Carol Lane $525,000 3 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

847 819.0150 Shirley Olin Shirley.Olin@cbexchange.com

1179 Carol Lane $525,000 3 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

847 337.2217 Laurie Gross Laurie-Gross.com

1185 Carol Lane $499,000 3 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

847 951.4040 Glo Matlin GloriaMatlin@gmail.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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EXCEPTIONAL NORTH SHORE HOMES 2480 SHERIDAN ROAD, HIGHLAND PARK

7 Bedrooms | 7.3 Bathrooms | $3,650,000 Late 19th century meets the 21st century in this award winning, historically significant, meticulously restored and upgraded residence originally designed by famed architect William Boyington. The stunning residence is situated on 1.4 acres, integrates the latest smart home technology and security along with lush landscaping to create a warm family atmosphere and unparalleled privacy. Features include: Grand rooms, standout gourmet kitchen, fabulous master suite, incredible third level playroom, walk out lower level with theater room, wine cellar & exercise room, and three car attached garage. Thoughtfully designed 11,000 ± square feet with high-end finishes throughout. Better than new! A rare opportunity to own a one-of-a-kind gem of the North Shore.

743 BLUFF STREET, GLENCOE

6 Bedrooms | 5.1 Bathrooms | $1,750,000 Perfectly located on one of the best blocks in Glencoe. Magnificent home with superb architectural details and extraordinary finishes. Exquisitely renovated by current owners with all the luxuries of a new home. Large sun-filled rooms & great flow on three levels plus a full finished lower level. Master bedroom & three additional bedrooms on second level plus additional two on third level. Updates include: All new gourmet kitchen, baths, lower level, plumbing, electrical, more. Exterior features include: Bluestone walkway & patio, lush landscaped lot with lighting & screened porch.

Dedicated•Hardworking •Tenacious •Gets the Job Done! Call me for all your Real Estate needs! Noah Levy

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726 11TH STREET | WILMETTE OPEN SUNDAY APRIL 23 | 1PM - 3PM

This home is convenience personified! Enjoy the perks of this 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home; the open floor plan makes for fabulous entertaining. The spacious living and dining room offer a gas fireplace and surround sound while overlooking a private patio. The second floor opens to a family room/library with vaulted ceiling. The spacious master bedroom also boasts a vaulted ceiling, large walk-in closet and private bath. You’ll love the double sinks and large shower with bench. Two more nice sized bedrooms with a hall bath and laundry room complete the second floor. The lower level offers another bedroom and full bath, a movie projector and surround sound and an abundance of storage. Hardwood floors. Walk to restaurants, shops, train! This townhouse lives like a single family home with an urban flair!

OFFERED AT $799,000 Cell 847-922-7565 Stevie.Sims@cbexchange.com WILMETTE OFFICE | 1100 CENTRAL AVENUE STE E | WILMETTE, IL 60091 | 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. 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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A COMMITMENT OF EXCELLENCE…

411 Lakeside Terrace | Glencoe | $8,000,000

1235 Whitebridge Lane | Winnetka | $5,899,000

885 Sheridan Road | Glencoe | $4,275,000

301 Keystone Court | Glencoe | $1,799,000

1 Lakewood Drive | Glencoe | $1,699,000

1025 Bluff Road | Glencoe | $1,595,000

575 Stonegate Terrace | Glencoe | $979,000

367 Laurel Avenue | Highland Park | $899,000

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NEW PRICE! 4 Lakefront Acres 1869 Crescent Court, Highland Park $8,500,000

Spectacular Historic Home 1623 Sylvester Place, Highland Park $3,295,000

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Elegant Hemphill 999 Elm Ridge Drive, Glencoe $1,249,000

Magnificent estate overlooking the lake. 408-foot private beach, 1st-floor master, pool, sports court. 8 beds, 10.1 baths. Can subdivide. Co-listed with Sharon Friedman.

Breathtaking fusion of vintage & ultra high-end, set on stunning ravine property with seasonal lake views. 5 bedrooms, 5.1 baths. Co-listed with Wendy Friedlich.

Sophisticated home on .32 acres in Skokie Ridge. 4 beds, 3.2 baths, 3 fireplaces. Incredible master with massive his/her closets. Co-listed with Sharon Friedman.

NEW PRICE! Updated Stunner

Spacious Ranch

NEW PRICE! “Walk-To” Location

537 Monroe Avenue, Glencoe $1,175,000

1015 Crofton Court, Highland Park $975,000

633 Homewood Avenue, Highland Park $365,000

Beautifully renovated home on .38 acres. Stunning master addition, fab heated porch, skylights & hardwood. 5 bedrooms, 4.2 baths. Co-listed with Kathy Hartsig.

Perfect ranch on a lush .39 acres at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac. Gracious rooms; master with updated bath & lovely private screened porch. 4 bedrooms, 3.1 baths.

Terrific in-town 3-bedroom, 2.1-bath end-unit townhome, full of light & updates. Finished basement, private deck. Walk to everything! Co-listed with Mada Hitchmough.

847.217.1277 Julie.Deutsch@cbexchange.com

Whether you’re buying, selling, renting or building, let Julie’s expertise work for you.

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818 17TH ST, WILMETTE | SOLD*

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REAL ESTATE

OPEN HOUSES 1. 5858 Teal Lane LONG GROVE Sunday 2-4 $849,000 Jacquie Lewis, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-858-2155

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4. 55 Trowbridge Circle LAKE BLUFF Sunday 1-4 $865,000 Rina DuToit, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.814.8648

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9. 1454 Willow St LAKE FOREST 1-3pm $549,000 Linda Smith, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485 10. 1140 Longmeadow Ln LAKE FOREST 2-4pm $1,389,000 Elizabeth Wieneke, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

13. 443 W Deerpath Rd LAKE FOREST 12-2pm $1,400,000 Jack Comerford, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

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18. 385 E Wisconsin Ave LAKE FOREST 2-4pm $1,649,000 Proximity Partners, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485 19. 1470 Littlefield LAKE FOREST $1,199,000 Sunday 1-3pm MercFoss, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000   20. 790 Southmeadow LAKE FOREST $1,385,000 Sunday 1-3pm Marsha Nusslock, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000   21. 721 Rockefeller LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $1,225,000 Chris Downey, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.340.8499 22. 1227 S. Cascade Court LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $799,000 Mary Ann Kollar, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.421.1188 23. 700 Green Briar Lane LAKE FOREST $2,195,000 Sunday 2-4pm Suzanne Myers, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000   24. 2025 Amberley Ct. LAKE FOREST $874,995 Sunday 1pm-3pm Michele Wilson, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000  

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25. 2035 Amberley Ct. LAKE FOREST $899,995 Sunday 1pm-3pm Mary Pat Lundgren, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000   26. 400 Holland Ct. LAKE FOREST $1,299,000 Sunday 1-3pm Vera Purcell, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000   27. 1174 Lynette LAKE FOREST $489,000 Sunday 2-4pm Patricia Carter, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000   28. 85 Barnswallow LAKE FOREST $749,000 Sunday 1-4pm MercFoss, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000   29. 37 W. Quail LAKE FOREST $849,000 Sunday 2-4pm Suzanne Myers, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000   30. 1401 W. Deerpath LAKE FOREST $949,900 Sunday 1-3pm Lori Baker, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000   31. 96 N Ahwahne Lane LAKE FOREST Saturday 1-3pm $ 1,149,000 Brunhild Baass, Baird & Warner 847.804.0092 32. 319 Ravine Park Drive LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3pm $ 1,249,000 Brunhild Baass, Baird & Warner 847.804.0092   33. 151 E. Laurel Unit 105 LAKE FOREST Sunday 2-4 $379,000 K. Clark & P. Richardson, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.804.0969   34. 1051 Cedar Lane LAKE FOREST Sunday 11-1 $649,000 Deb Fischer, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.309.9119   35. 1071 Mount Vernon Ave LAKE FOREST Sunday 2-4 $675,000 Joan Maxwell, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.404.7763   36. 760 Jennifer Court LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $1,276,600 Mona Hellinga, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.814.1855

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17. 464 Oakwood Ave LAKE FOREST 11:30-1:30pm $1,695,000 Proximity Partners, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

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15. 1565 W Broadland Ln LAKE FOREST 1-3pm $1,419,000 Christopher Yore, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

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14. 333 E Westminster Rd Unit 1C LAKE FOREST 2-4pm $1,095,000 Jack Comerford, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

16. 580 Buena Rd LAKE FOREST 1-3pm $1,195,000 Proximity Partners, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

12. 1391 Arbor Ln LAKE FOREST 1-3pm $1,295,000 Nancy Adelman, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

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11. 1001 E Westleigh Rd LAKE FOREST 1-3pm $1,489,000 Elizabeth Wieneke & Diane McGuire, Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors® 847.234.0485

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6. 520 E. Center LAKE BLUFF $1,197,000 Sunday 2-4pm Jean Royster, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000    7. 360 E. Westminster LAKE FOREST Sunday 11:30am-1:30pm $1,999,000 Suzanne Myers, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

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37. 431 Hastings Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $1,295,000 Lyon Martini Group, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.828.9991   38. 780 Green Briar Lane LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $1,395,000 Mona Hellinga, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.814.1855 39. 120 Kimberly Lane LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $1,599,000 Maureen O’Grady-Tuohy, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.845.6444 40. 966 Maplewood Road LAKE FOREST $1,675,000 Sunday 2-4 Lyon Martini Group, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.828.9991   41. 1126 Edgewood Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 2-4 $799,900 Maureen O’Grady Tuohy, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.845.6444   42. 711 Timber Lane LAKE FOREST Sunday 2-4 $689,500 Michael Heagney, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.456.4290   43. 1138 Lynette Drive LAKE FOREST Sunday 2-4 $379,000 Ann Jones, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.691.1111   44. 1690 S. Ridge Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 11:15 – 1:15 $749,000 Jennifer Joyce, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 312.498.0495 45. 622 Timber LAKE FOREST Sunday 1:00-3:00 $524,500 Roger Owen, Baird & Warner 847-471-0150 46. 333 E Westminster Road, #2CD LAKE FOREST SUNDAY 2-4 $1,799,000 Chris Veech, @properties 847.881.0200   47. 1371 W Everett Road LAKE FOREST SUNDAY 1-4 $925,000 Kelly McInerney, @properties 847.295.0700    48. 110 Lakewood Place HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $989,000 Jamie Roth and Julie Deutsch, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-219-6400

49. 248 Ivy HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $975,000 Margie Brooks, Baird & Warner 847.494.7998

61. 3065 Parkside Drive HIGHLAND PARK SUNDAY 1-3 $649,000 Jacqueline Trotter Lotzof, @properties 847.432.0700

50. 319 Seven Pines Circle HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $699,500 Maxine Goldberg and Carly Jones, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-922-4815 and  312-391-3170   51. 593 Warbler Court HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $750,000 Allison Silver, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-877-9677   52. 94 Leonardwood S. #103 HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1:00-3:00 $549,900 Laura Henderson, Baird & Warner 708-997-7778

62. 30 Lakewood Place HIGHLAND PARK SUNDAY 1-3 $1,700,000 Alla Kimbarovsky, @properties 847.432.0700   63. 865 Kimball Road HIGHLAND PARK SUNDAY 1-3 $1,649,000 Rachel Perl, @properties 847.881.0200

53. 568 Chicago Ave HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 12-2 $479,000 Stephanie Maletsky & Beth alberts, Alberts + Maletsky Real Estate, Baird & Warner 847.951.2007 54. 1380 Orleans Circle HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 2:30-4:30 $449,000 Debbie Bliwas Glickman, Baird & Warner 847.687.4332 55. 1463 Arbor Ave HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 12-2 $849,000 Karen Skurie, Baird and Warner 847-361-4687    56. 3162 Priscilla Avenue HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 11-1:00 $695,000 Joe Pasquesi, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 312.371.2277   57. 3404 Old Mill Road HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1:30-3:30 $699,000 Joe Pasquesi, KoenigRubloff Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices 312.371.2277 58. 959 St Johns Avenue HIGHLAND PARK SUNDAY 12-3 $499,000 Susie Pearson, @properties 773.472.0200   59. 959 St Johns Avenue HIGHLAND PARK SATURDAY 12-3 $499,000 Susie Pearson, @properties 773.472.0200   60. 940 Augusta Way, #301 HIGHLAND PARK SUNDAY 1-3 $425,000 Len Zlatnikov, @properties 847.432.0700

64. 600 Mulberry HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 12-2 $949,000 Lynn Barras, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855 65. 736 Deerpath Dr. DEERFIELD Sunday, 2-4 $1,025,000 Julie Hartvigsen, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 66. 850 King Richards Court DEERFIELD SUNDAY 12-2 $599,900 Tomaino/Kaufmann, @properties 847.381.0300   67. 1157 Linden Ave DEERFIELD Sunday 1-3 $1,149,000 Karen Skurie, Baird and Warner 847-361-4687 68. 832 Chestnut Street DEERFIELD Sunday 1-4 $573,000 Karen Skurie, Baird and Warner 847-361-4687 69. 629 Byron Court DEERFIELD  Sunday 1-3 $899,900 Karen Skurie, Baird and Warner 847-361-4687 70. 1034 Greenwood Ave DEERFIELD SUNDAY 11-1 $890,000 Kathy Menighan Wilson, @properties 773.472.0200    71. 1800 Chris Court DEERFIELD SUNDAY 1-3 $699,000 Wexler/Gault Group, @properties 847.432.0700   72. 1255 Warrington Road DEERFIELD SUNDAY 1-3 $799,000 Wexler/Gault Group, @properties 847.432.0700   73. 4025 Crestwood NORTHBROOK Sunday 1-3 $589,000 Roberta Goldstein and Laurie Field, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-624-2864  and 312-504-7010  


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OPEN HOUSES 74. 1908 Butternut Lane NORTHBROOK SUNDAY 11:30-1:30 $1,339,000 Connie Nadia Dornan, @properties 847.998.0200 75. 20 Timber Lane NORTHBROOK Sunday 1-3 $939,000 Katie Marx, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 847-525-6254 76. 3501 Greenacre  NORTHBROOK  $649,000 Sunday 11-1 Bleu randall,  Baird and warner 773.895.0393 77. 1030 Edgebrook Lane GLENCOE SUNDAY 1-3 $520,000 Katie Traines, @properties 847.881.0200 78. 314 Shoreline Ct. GLENCOE Sunday, 12-2 $1,999,950 Anne West, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000   79. 385 Palos Rd. GLENCOE Sunday, 1:30-3 $1,625,000 Jann Tyler, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 80. 751 Vernon Avenue GLENCOE SUNDAY 12-2 $975,000 Karen Mason, @properties 847.881.0200   81. 740 Greenwood Ave GLENCOE Sunday 12:00-2:00 $1,100,000 Diana Peterson, AuctionWorks 312.218.6102 82. 32 Regent Wood  NORTHFIELD Sunday 12-2 $995,000 Joe Nash, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.846.0100 83. 1855 Old Willow Rd. #334 NORTHFIELD Sunday, 12-2 $568,000 Nancy Savard, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 84. 815 Happ Road NORTHFIELD SUNDAY 12-2 $1,979,000 Beverly Smith, @properties 847.881.0200   85. 809 Locust WINNETKA Sunday, 2-4 $2,175,000 Sherry Molitor, Berkshire Hathway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.204.6282 86. 842 Oak WINNETKA Sunday 12-2 $699,900 Mary Ann Kollar, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.421.1188

87. 1225 Hill WINNETKA Sunday 11:30-1:30 $849,000 Betsy Burke, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.565.4264 88. 98 Locust Rd WINNETKA Sunday  1:00-4:00 $1,650,000 Pamela Raia Baird & Warner 312-446-3148 89. 1025 Oak WINNETKA Sunday, 1-3 $729,000 Joe Nash, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.846.0100 90. 310 Locust WINNETKA Sunday, 11-1 $1,050,000 Joe Nash, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.846.0100 91. 425 Provident WINNETKA Sunday 1-4 $719,000 Mary Ann Kollar, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.421.1188 92. 997 Vine Street WINNETKA SUNDAY 12-2 $1,275,000 Paul Kotz, @properties 847.881.0200   93. 142 Church Road WINNETKA SUNDAY 2:15-4 $1,199,000 Paul Kotz, @properties 847.881.0200 94. 877 Hill Rd. WINNETKA Sunday, 1-3 $1,695,000 Maryann Burke, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000   95. 127 Bertling Ln. WINNETKA Sunday, 12-2 $1,549,000 Beth Groebe, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000   96. 1152 Cherry St. WINNETKA Sunday, 2:30-4 $729,000 Beth Groebe, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 97. 329 Chestnut Street WINNETKA SUNDAY 12-2 $2,095,000 Grant/Watson, @properties 847.881.0200 98. 1346 Scott WINNETKA Sunday 1-3 $1,279,000 Danielle Wylie, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855 99. 606 Roger Avenue KENILWORTH SUNDAY 1-3 $549,900 Ramie Robbins,

@properties 847.998.0200 100. 503 Kenilworth Ave. KENILWORTH Sunday, 2:30-4:30 $775,000 Colleen Remsberg, Coldwell Banker Winnketa 847-446-4000 101. 320 Oxford Road KENILWORTH SUNDAY 2-4 $1,019,000 Connie Nadia Dornan, @properties 847.998.0200 102. 166 Abingdon Ave KENILWORTH SATURDAY 1-3 $2,395,000 Cummins/Mawicke, @properties 847.881.0200 103. 520 Sheridan Road KENILWORTH SUNDAY 2:30-4 $1,299,000 Grant/Watson, @properties 847.881.0200   104. 1751 Henley St, #1N GLENVIEW SUNDAY 12-2 $232,500 Kathy Menighan Wilson, @properties 773.472.0200   105. 1582 Fielding Drive GLENVIEW SUNDAY 1-3 $915,000 Vittoria Logli, @properties 847.998.0200   106. 2299 Chestnut Ave GLENVIEW SUNDAY 2-4 $999,900 Vittoria Logli, @properties 847.998.0200 107. 1510 Midway Lane GLENVIEW SUNDAY 2-4 $1,299,900 Vittoria Logli, @properties 847.998.0200 108. 1378 Bennington Ct GLENVIEW SUNDAY 2-4 $1,395,000 Vittoria Logli, @properties 847.998.0200 109. 1434 Hawthorne Ln GLENVIEW Sunday 1 -3 pm Nancy McNaughton, The Hudson Company 847.466.9600   110. 3422 Winchester Ln GLENVIEW SUNDAY 1-3 $750,000 Renee Dickman, @properties 847.998.0200 111. 1341 Woodlawn Ave GLENVIEW SUNDAY 1-3 $784,900 Vittoria Logli, @properties 847.998.0200 112. 1261 21st St. WILMETTE Sunday, 1-3 $964,000 Anne West, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 113. 321 Beverly Dr. WILMETTE Sunday 12-2 $739,000

Johannah Sapienza, Baird & Warner 847.644.6171 114. 820 Locust WILMETTE Sunday, 2-4 $1,399,000 Joe Nash, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.846.0100 115. 2245 Birchwood Ave WILMETTE SUNDAY 12-2 $699,000 Monica Childs, @properties 847.881.0200 116. 2538 Kenilworth Ave WILMETTE SUNDAY 1-3 $795,000 Susan Ringel Segal, @properties 847.881.0200 117. 2135 Kenilworth Ave WILMETTE SUNDAY 2:30-4:30 $770,000 Monica Childs, @properties 847.881.0200 118. 1423 Sheridan WILMETTE Sunday 12-3 $733,000 Mary Anne Perrine, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855 119. 303 Central Park Ave WILMETTE SUNDAY 11-1 $949,000 Kathy Menighan Wilson, @properties 773.472.0200 120. 2510 Wilmette WILMETTE Sunday 1-3 $1,015,000 Alicja Skibicki, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855 121. 724 Ashland WILMETTE Sunday 1-3 $1,375,000 Linda Wolff, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.917.5544

HOUSES OF THE WEEK $975,000

751 Vernon Avenue, Glencoe 4 Bedrooms, 3.1 Bathrooms Exclusively Presented by: Karen Mason @properties 847.881.0200 kmason@atproperties.com This stunning center entry colonial has been beautifully remodeled and restored; located in town near parks, train, schools and restaurants. Situated on an oversized lot, tall ceilings, hardwood floors on all levels, arched doorways, crown molding, wood burning fireplace and tons of sunlight. The main level features a marble entry way, large living room, sunroom, dining room, mudroom and eat-in kitchen with 42" cabinets, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. Lush landscaping, 2.5-car garage and patio.

$1,649,000

385 E Wisconsin Ave, Lake Forest 5 Bedrooms,4.1 Baths Exclusively Presented by: Proximity Partners,  Griffith, Grant & Lackie Realtors Marina Carney mcarney@gglrealty.com  847.274.5566 Andy Mrowiec amrowiec@gglrealty.com 847.308.2589 Designed by Alfred Grainger, the central dining room makes an elegant statement, and a gracious living room with a beautiful stone fireplace is perfect for entertaining. A yummy warm library, with original black tile floor  adorns the fireplace as well, cozy winter nights will be spent here. A sunny sun room completes the first floor. The four family bedrooms have been renovated bathrooms, all ensuite! Two additional maids rooms have been re-purposed as an office and sitting room. A generous family kitchen combined the best of yesteryear with the best of today, open to the family room complete with woodburning fireplace. A huge attic is ready for your imagination to run wild. All this within easy walking distance to town and train, a true stone’s throw to the Winter Club, and a stroll to the beach.

122. 3001 Iroquois WILMETTE Sunday 2:30-4:30 $1,075,000 Kevin Rutherford, Baird & Warner 847.446.1855 123. 909 Seneca Road WILMETTE SUNDAY 1-3 $1,100,000 Laurie & Dan Lawlor, @properties 847.881.0200   124. 2421 Central Park Ave. EVANSTON Sunday, 1-3 $1,385,000 Annie Flanagan, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 125. 8316 Kolmar Ave. SKOKIE Sunday, 1-3 $448,000 Wilma Schultz, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000  

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1380 Orleans Cir , Highland Park 3 Bedrooms, 2 .5 Bathrooms Exclusively Presented by: Debbie Glickman, Baird & Warner Mobile: 847.687.4332 debbie.glickman@bairdwarner.com Showcase End Unit Home in the best golf course location in Chantilly. Gut rehab 2 years ago by prominent local builders for themselves.The moment you walk through the front door, you will be wowed by the luxury and attention to every detail. Stranded bamboo floors lead to the magnificent kitchen which opens to a cozy family room and out to the gorgeous private patio with perennial garden and blooming vines. The kitchen stuns with marble counters, an abundance of full height cabinets, message center, thoughtful organization, stainless steel appliances plus a Kohler deep stainless steel sink. The magnificent beamed great room and stunning powder room complete the totally transformed first level. Upstairs,the dramatic master suite is a soothing retreat with beautiful views, plenty of custom built-ins, and luxurious master bath in which no detail has been spared. 2 additional bedrooms, laundry and elegant guest bath. Heated garage with floorguard system and dual HVAC complete this gem.​


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ohn McCain sensed a teammate needed more than water during a water break at a New Trier lacrosse camp session last summer. So the New Trier senior middie — a Winnetkan and a former linebacker/fullback in football — hung out with the teammate along a sideline, tossing a ball with him and talking with him. “John,” Trevians coach Tom Herrala recalls, “wanted the kid to feel more a part of the group.” Several months later, during a spring road trip to Michigan, McCain roomed with a freshman. The captain and third-year varsity member sensed the rookie was feeling a bit uneasy around older players who had played on a state championship squad two years ago and on the state runner-up team last spring. So McCain asked him questions in their room — about everyday things, about what he likes to do for fun, about lacrosse. The freshman spoke. The senior listened. They laughed, got to know each other better. “I wanted to brighten him up,” McCain says of the thirsty teammate. “And in Michigan, I wanted to settle the other teammate down and help him feel comfortable. I’m into the team, our team. I want everybody to enjoy being around each other. It’s more fun when all of the players on a team are into being a part of a team. “Teams that are close,” he adds, “are usually the successful teams.” Team New Trier — tight, talented and too deep — topped host Lake Forest High School 15-8 on April 12. McCain and Trevians senior attackman Nelson Gaechter each had a hat trick, and junior attack Blake Handwerker and sophomore attack Henry Freedman poured in two goals apiece, as Herrala’s crew improved to 5-2. The winning goalkeeper was Cooper Yaccino, one of five freshmen on varsity. Four of NT’s top six middies are sophomores.

He then opted not to go out for football as a senior in the fall. “After my junior lacrosse season, that’s when I fell in love with the sport of lacrosse and really wanted to get better at it,” says McCain, who hopes to continue his lax career in college. “It’s such a great sport, a mix of a lot of sports. It’s physical, very physical; I’m into physical sports. It’s fast-paced, especially in transition, and it requires its players to execute skills at a high level. “I enjoy the challenges. You have to have strength, stamina, a fast and accurate shot and the ability to change direction quickly.” McCain first played lacrosse in the fifth-grade, but it was at a time in his life when he also suited up for football, hockey, basketball and baseball games. There was no fear of McCain burning out in any of the sports. “I told my dad [Dan] how glad I was to be able to play all of the sports I did when I was younger,” says McCain, whose sister, Claire (New Trier, Class of 2013), is a senior middie and communications major at the University of Colorado in Boulder. And now it’s John McCain, lacrosse player. Only lacrosse. Perhaps the most thankful man for that is Herrala. “The hardest worker on the team,” the coach says. “A grinder. John came late to the game [as a serious lacrosse player], so he was a bit behind in stick skills. But he ‘CAIN CAN DO: New Trier’s John McCain (center) works his way through the Lake Forest High School defense. He had a hat trick in the has always been able to make up game.PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER for that — more than make up Yaccino and NT’s defense limited then looks to dish the ball to an Kroll and junior long-stick middie at Montini Catholic in Lombard, for that — with his grit, his strong the Scouts (1-2) to two goals from attackman and sprint to an open Connor Baldwin, an all-state following the 10-7 setback, work ethic and his athleticism. “Great kid, too,” Herrala adds. the 10:05 mark of the third spot. hockey defenseman for reigning McCain knew one thing for sure. quarter until the end of the game. Against Lake Forest last week, state champion New Trier Green). “That I never want to feel that McCain — a starting defensive the 6-foot-1, 190-pound McCain “I like John’s energy in practices way again,” he recalls. Notable: New Trier’s five wins, middie for that state title team in scored in a variety of ways: jump and in games. Really devoted to McCain threw himself into through April 12, include a pair ’15, before becoming a valuable shot, ball-clanking-off-the-post the game, and he’s a true leader, lacrosse training in the offseason, of victories against Missouri captain material.” two-way middie last spring — shot, top-shelf shot. attending every weightlifting teams — Mary Institute and St. NT’s loss to Loyola Academy session (four times a week) and Louis Country Day School “John is a rugged player, and I often initiates NT’s offensive scheme with a dodge here and a mean that in a good way,” says in last year’s state championship every speed-training session (MICDS) on April 8 and DeSmet dodge there, while assessing what Gaechter, a quad-captain (with games stung McCain. As he (twice a week, beginning at 6:20 Jesuit on April 9. Both teams are now 8-3. a defense is attempting to do. He McCain, senior attack Collin walked off the damp stadium field a.m.).


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Highland Park High School third baseman a smashing success in this doubleheader BY KEVIN REITERMAN, SPORTS@NORTHSHOREWEEKEND.COM

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efore each at-bat — something he started doing in the fourth grade “to get out of a hitting funk” — a bright-eyed Athanasios “Thano” Fourlas goes through a ritual. He strolls to the batter’s box, tugs the front of his No. 13 jersey and then taps home plate four times. “I do a cross,” said the Highland Park High School senior third baseman, who is Greek Orthodox. “I’m pretty in tune [with my faith].” The same almost could be said about baseball. But baseball is not a religion to Fourlas. He may love and adore the grand game, but he doesn’t plan to pursue America’s Pastime in college. But after what he did the other day, maybe he should reconsider his future course. Fourlas definitely was not in any kind of funk during HP’s unorthodox twin bill — two games against two opponents — on April 15 at Wolters Field. He was … in tune. The solidly built Fourlas, a three-year varsity player, smashed a pair of home runs and added a bunt single in HP’s 9-3 victory over Evanston in Game One. Then, in a 6-5 loss to Fremd in Game Two, Fourlas went 3-for-3 with a bunt single and a sacrifice bunt. So, here’s his two-game hitting line: 6-for-7, two home runs, two bunt singles, a ringing double to the base of the fence in center field, a ripped single to left field and a sacrifice bunt. His only out was a sharp grounder to third base. “Two home runs in one game? You can’t write it up any better than that,” said HP teammate David Adelstein, who ended up 3-for-3 with a three RBIs against Evanston. “He had himself a day. “I’ve never seen that [power] before,” added Adelstein, who has been teaming up with Fourlas on local baseball diamonds since he was 7. “It was good to see. Hopefully, he’ll continue to do that.” Turning into Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant — even for

line and moved Mandel to second. “He did his job,” praised Casey. Unfortunately for the Giants (7-7, 2-0), the strategy didn’t work out. Statz retired Jack Zeidler and Jack Kramer on hot-shot ground balls to end the game. Mandel was stranded at second. And don’t forget about Fourlas’ defense. The kid can throw some leather. In the top of the fifth inning against Evanston, he made a highlight-reel play at third base to rob Chris Brown of a hit. The bearded No. 4 hitter absolutely clobbered it. “I think I was a little lucky on that one,” said Fourlas. “It took a funky hop. But I was able to stay with it. I think it was more luck than skill on that one.” After 14 incredible innings, a sports writer asked Fourlas if he was tapped out. He wasn’t. “I’d play another one,” he said. “After a nap.” Notable: This is what you want from your No. 9 hitter. Senior outfielder David Adelstein had three hits and drove in three runs in HP’s 9-3 win over Evanston on April 15. He doesn’t mind the slot. “I like hitting ninth,” Adelstein said. “You get a lot of good pitches. A lot of first-pitch fastballs.” His biggest hit against the Wildkits came in the bottom of the sixth, THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME: Senior third baseman Thano Fourlas races home after hitting his second home run of the game in when the right-handed batter Highland Park’s 9-3 win over Evanston. He added three more hits in the second game of the twin bill, a 6-5 loss to Fremd. PHOTO BY laced a two-run double to rightGEORGE PFOERTNER center field. … Eight HP players came up with hits against Evanone day — seemed to be a reach over a talented Central Suburban said Shutan. “Today, Thano was with one swing. First pitch? The right-handed ston. Henry Singer had two hits. for Fourlas. That solo blast over League foe. great.” “It certainly helps us, when he Imagine this. Fourlas’ day had hitting Fourlas was right on it. He … Tyler Gussis picked up the win the center field fence in the fourth inning was the first home run of hits the ball like that,” said HP the potential to be even greater fouled a Statz’ pitch straight back. with four solid innings of work in his varsity career. shortstop Noah Shutan. “That’s than it was. “I gave him one swing in that relief of starter Jack Zeidler. In his final at-bat of the day, in situation. You have to,” said Casey. “Gussis has been a big asset,” said His second round-tripper, with just someone seeing the ball really the bottom of the seventh inning one out and the score tied 3-3 in well. Needing to get Mandel in HP head coach Dan Casey. … In the sixth inning, was a “real trip” “Thano is gifted,” Shutan added. with HP trailing Fremd by one scoring position, the HP head addition to Thano Fourlas, the key for Fourlas. His fist pumps “He’s a very good baseball player. run, 6-5, with no outs, Fourlas coach changed tactics and gave hitters for HP in the loss to Fremd between first and second told it He can hit, run and field. He’s went head to head against relief Fourlas the bunt sign. included Singer (2-4, stolen base), all. what you want in a baseball player.” ace Ashton Statz. “It made sense,” said Fourlas, Adelstein (RBI double), Jacob “I knew it was big for us,” said Fourlas, who didn’t swing and And here’s where Fourlas who hit leadoff for the 2015 CSL Mandel (2 hits) and Jack Zeidler Fourlas. “I couldn’t hold back my miss the entire day, left Shutan turned into the ultimate team North League champions. “We (RBI double). … HP second emotions.” shaking his head — with admira- player. needed to get Mandel to second. baseman William Minzenberger “I try to do whatever I can to turned in a web gem in the fifth His big swing unlocked HP’s tion. After senior first baseman Jacob offense. The Giants wound up “The thing about baseball is that Mandel opened the inning with a help the team win.” inning, when he made a diving Pitch No. 2? Fourlas tapped a catch to rob a hit from Fremd’s scoring six runs in that vital sixth you can be great one day and single, HP coach Dan Casey gave inning to cruise to a six-run victory maybe not so great the next day,” Fourlas a chance to end the game perfect bunt down the first-base Eric Bennes.


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ou can hear it at most Lake Forest High School boys lacrosse games. It’s a booming voice, emanating from the stands: “Time to eat!” The voice belongs to Sam Murphy, whose half brother is Scouts junior attackman Jack Mislinski. “He’s telling me it’s time to perform,” says the 6-foot, 175pound Mislinski, in his third season as a varsity member and his first as a captain. Mislinski “consumed” at an alarming rate in the first quarter of a home game against New Trier on April 12, scoring three straight goals for the Scouts in a snappy span of 3:26. The natural hat trick erased a 3-0 deficit in a hurry and upped Mislinski’s team-high goal total to 12 (with four assists) through the Scouts’ first three games. LF led 7-6 early in the third quarter but lost 15-8 to the reigning state runner-up. Mislinski — his full name is a birth-certificate-clogging Joseph Henry Sullivan Mislinski, and he’s a Rotten Apples club lax player — paced the Scouts in points and goals last spring, a year after feeling “optimistic but unsure” when he showed up as a varsity hopeful as a freshman. “Jack was very quiet and timid at the beginning of his freshman season,” recalls Lake Forest coach Marc Thiergart, whose squad improved to 2-2 with a 13-11 defeat of Highland Park on April 17. “First game he played for us, you could tell he was a freshman. But he grew into his role and progressed well. Now he’s sneaky fast, a player who protects his stick quite well and plays with no fear. “It’s normal these days,” the coach adds, “when he runs through three kids to bury a shot.” Mislinski thought he would continue his quest to avoid three strikes while batting in baseball at the high school level. His half brother — now 25 years old and working in Chicago — had taught Mislinski how to bat by taping the youngster’s hands to a bat and making him swing at pitches. But baseball got benched for good when Mislinski, at the urging of a couple of friends, gave

CAN’T-’MIS’-KID: Lake Forest High School’s Jack Mislinski (center), seen here against Loyola Academy on April 8, has 12 goals and four assists in his team’s first three games. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

lacrosse a try in 2014. The stick felt comfortable in his hands. The sport was different. Fresh. “Looking back, I wanted to try something new,” Mislinski says. “I picked it up and loved it right away. I will always be grateful for the way Sam encouraged me and motivated me to play sports. He looked out for me; I looked up to him. He grew up in New Jersey, and he was fine with my decision to play lacrosse.” Murphy, Mislinski notes, guides third-grade lacrosse players as a Lake Forest Lacrosse Association coach. A wide receiver on the football team last fall — he caught 16 passes for 207 yards, including a 20-yard touchdown reception — Mislinski hopes to earn the

starting quarterback nod this fall. But his future is in the sport where passes come from sticks, not in the sport where folks on sidelines move the sticks. “Shifty with the ball, and Jack is silent but confident when he plays,” says Scouts senior captain and middie Colton Johnston, who delivered the assist on Mislinski’s third goal against New Trier (5-2). “He’s very good at using the defender guarding him to serve as a screen when he shoots; that makes it hard for a defense [to track his shots]. One of the best attacks in the state, in my opinion. “And he’s a quiet kid who keeps a calm, cool, collected demeanor out there,” Johnston adds. “He doesn’t want to be the center of attention, but with the way he

plays, he has to be for us.” Mislinski’s first career goal for the Scouts came in a game against Mundelein, back in 2015. The sequence of it started from behind a cage, with a dodging Mislinski rushing forward to create space for himself before whipping a shot past a Mustangs goalkeeper. One down, dozens more to follow. “I dealt with a lot of nerves as a freshman,” Mislinski admits. “It was a lot to handle, but I’m thankful I got to experience that early in my career. It was exciting, hearing I’d made the varsity from Coach Thiergart, and it boosted my confidence immediately. What I loved about lacrosse then and what I love about it today is the combination of skills the

sport requires. The skills … they’re fun to develop.” Plus they’re fun to watch, especially when the ball is nestled in the webbing of Mislinski’s stick and it’s time to fill his belly. “He has turned into a great leader for us, with his abilities and his dedication to the game.” Thiergart says. “It’s been nice and impressive, watching him develop the way he has each year he’s been in our program. “You’re looking at a player,” the coach adds, “who has what it takes to play big-time lacrosse in college.” Notable: Lake Forest High School junior attackman Mead Payne, like junior teammate Jack Mislinski, struck for a hat trick in a 15-8 loss to visiting New

Trier on April 12. Payne would have matched Mislinski’s natural hat trick had New Trier senior middie Christian Hurteau not scored following Payne’s first goal. Payne’s third goal gave LF a 7-6 advantage at the 10:05 mark of the third quarter. Senior middle Colton Johnston and junior middie Luke Milliman scored the Scouts’ other goals. … Mislinski tallied his team’s goal in a 13-1 road loss to reigning state champion Loyola Academy on April 8. “I’m glad we played two really good teams right away this year,” Mislinski says of battling against last year’s state finalists in a stretch of five days. “It’s good to see where we stand against such programs and determine what we need to do to get better.”


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LA’s Broccolo shifts to a new position, continues to take care of business BY BILL MCLEAN, SPORTS@NORTHSHOREWEEKEND.COM

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bout five years ago, Loyola Academy girls soccer coach Craig Snower was an FC United soccer club director, and Ersin Kaspi served as one of the club’s coaches. The pair huddled after a tryout session, with Kaspi sharing his assessment of the grade-school girls who had made one of FC United’s top age-group squads. “Ersin said to me, ‘Bella [Broccolo] and Avery [Schuldt] are the girls to watch,’ ” Snower recalled last weekend. “Then he told me, ‘They’ll be heart-and-soul players for us.’ “He was right,” Snower added. Broccolo today is a Loyola Academy senior center-back, while Schuldt is a New Trier senior midfielder. “You could make a case that each is still a heart-and-soul player [for their respective teams],” Snower said. The good friends battled against each other in the match for third place at the North Shore Invitational at NT’s west campus in Northfield on April 15. NT (10-1) won 3-0. “It was one of the best halves of our season,” Broccolo said of the first 40 minutes, when her Ramblers limited the three-time reigning Class 3A state champions to one goal. “We showed improvement. I’m happy with our effort, and I’m looking forward to seeing our team build off the way we played today.” LA (6-5) lost a critical piece of its foundation when junior center-back and University of Iowa recruit Riley Burns suffered a season-ending foot injury in the preseason. Snower shifted Broccolo — a midfielder at the start of the season — to take Burns’ spot along the back line. “She’s doing a fine job … taking one for the team,” Snower said of the fourth-year varsity player and co-captain (with Burns). “Bella is one of the truly great kids I’ve coached here. She’s a fabulous team player who works very hard and makes everyone around her a better player. Bella keeps the game simple, challenges for the ball, and she plays

Loyola Academy’s Bella Broccolo analyzes the action during a recent soccer action. PHOTOGRAPHY BY GEORGE PFOERTNER

soccer the way you’re supposed to play it.” Now that Broccolo, a Wilmette resident, has been patrolling acreage closer to her goalkeeper, she gets to focus more on soccer’s mental component — her favorite component. “You have to watch more [than that of a midfielder],” Broccolo said. “If you lose focus for two seconds on defense, the ball could end up in the net behind you. Another key is to do what you can to make sure we stay organized back there. My job is to motivate and to encourage, all while being aggressive and winning [50-50] balls in the air. “I don’t have the loudest voice, so it’s up to me to lead primarily by example.” Broccolo’s life as a competitive soccer player ends when Loyola Academy’s soccer season ends this spring. She will enroll at

Santa Clara University in the fall, most likely as a business major; it’s a private Jesuit school, just like Loyola Academy. Her dream job after college is to travel the country as a business consultant. Two of the hottest fields today: technology and consulting. “I’ve enjoyed traveling for a while,” said Broccolo, who will head to Montana with her family this summer and stay in a rented house near a mountain for a week. It’s a trip the family last took six or seven years ago. Her father, Andy, played basketball for a year at Loyola Academy, and her mother, Jenny, swam competitively while growing up in Iowa. “They’ve been really supportive of my soccer, never pressuring me to play a sport at any point in my life,” said Bella, whose 19-yearold sister, Maddie, ran cross country at New Trier, and whose

brother, Luke, is a freshman baseball player at Loyola Academy. “My parents work hard, and they’re both humble.” Hanging with her friends ranks right up there with watching an episode of Grey’s Anatomy on Broccolo’s list of escapes from her student-athlete responsibilities. “I can’t pick one [her favorite Grey’s Anatomy character],” Broccolo said. “If I were interested in becoming a doctor,” she added, “I’d probably be a neurologist. The brain — it’s cool.” Loyola Academy’s girls soccer team next spring, without Bella Broccolo. Not so cool to Snower. “Bella is a down-to-earth, humble person,” the coach said of the six-year FC United player. “You can’t say that about a lot of high school kids in this day and age. She truly is what a Loyola Academy student-athlete should be. She embodies the qualities our school promotes, and she does that probably better than any player I’ve ever coached here. “The way Bella plays,” Snower added, “the way she carries herself off the field — that’s what we’re all about.” Notable: Loyola Academy’s girls soccer team defeated Glenbrook South 2-1 in a North Shore Invite match on April 11. … Ramblers soccer coach Craig Snower’s niece, Jessa Snower, is a New Trier junior midfielder. New Trier The Trevians defeated Loyola Academy’s Ramblers 3-0 in the match for third place in the North Shore Invite on April 15. Freshman forward/midfielder Emma Weaver scored twice, and senior forward Hannah Arment netted the final goal of the match. Senior goalkeeper Katy Symanietz recorded the shutout for NT (10-1), which lost 2-1 to eventual champion Naperville North in a tournament match on April 8. Naperville North edged Barrington 1-0 in the title match on April 15.


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The spirit of 76-year-old Rosen enhances the Camp Ojibwa experience

— including basketball games and table tennis rallies and boxhockey battles — at the North o place was a bad place for Shore Sports and Wellness a pop CPR quiz when Center in Deerfield; Day 2 kicks Denny Rosen taught and off at 7 p.m., at the Westin coached at Ridgewood High Chicago North Shore in School in Norridge. Wheeling. Among the evePicture a passionate educator ning’s events is a Jubilee toting a CPR manikin — near a that will recreate some bank of lockers, or in the school of the memorable cafeteria, or in a lobby area — and moments from searching for one of his PE Camp Ojibwa’s leaders to “resuscitate” a legless, Rec Hall stage. open-mouthed dummy right The gathering there on the spot. also doubles as a That animated, 76-year-old tribute to the man is sitting across from me camp’s three ditoday at Max and Benny’s in rectors: founder Al Northbrook. He is wearing an Schwartz, Mickey infectious smile underneath a Schwartz (Al’s son) weathered ball cap. The front of and Rosen. the mostly red cap appears to Counselors at the have survived decades worth of very first camp welsummertime sun; the back of it comed 17 campers. is a grayish mesh. Counselors are pre“To me, 100 percent was the paring to greet 300 only passing grade in CPR,” says n e a r l y Rosen, a Highland Park resident campers this and only the third Camp Ojibwa summer. Boys stay (Eagle River, Wisconsin) director for either four or since it opened for boys in the eight weeks. ApproxiNorthwoods in 1928. “How could mately 80-85 percent of it not be? Do you know what the campers (grade-schoolers to teaching is all about? It’s about 17-year-olds) hail from the North creating a desire to learn, and that Shore. was what made me do some of Rosen — who bowled and the things I did in my career as a played football, golf and baseball teacher.” at Sullivan High School on the Rosen will welcome hundreds West Side of Chicago — first of breathing, heart-pumping, served as a camp counselor, in communicative Camp Ojibwa 1959 (at the age of 19), before alumni at the camp’s 90th receiving the reins as director in Summer Celebration May 5-6. the summer of 1986. Day 1 features camp sports fun “Do you know why I was BY BILL MCLEAN ILLUSTRATION BY BARRY BLITT

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Denny Rosen

asked to be a counselor?” Rosen asks, after ordering scrambled eggs with salami pieces, breakfast potatoes and rye toast. “Because the head counselor [Sid Novak, formerly of Crane Tech High School in Chicago] at the time

told me, ‘You’re never tired.’ Look at me … I could never dunk a basketball, but nobody could beat me when it came to desire and heart. Isn’t it always about the heart? I needed to outwork people as an athlete and be that

guy you wanted to be next to in a foxhole. “Our campers compete, and competition develops a good level of self-esteem, prepares you for life,” he adds. “But what also goes on up there is a sense of c o m m u n i t y, where boys become men and learn all about the Ojibwa Way: kindness, respect, fair play and trustworthiness. You have to be there, experience it, to feel how special Camp Ojibwa is.” Rosen’s wife of 53 years, Sandy, serves the camp in a variety of ways each summer. Their daughter, R a c h a e l Losoff, and son-in-law, Joel Losoff, work as administrative staff members on the campgrounds in Vilas County. The camp encompasses 75 acres alongside a mile-long shoreline. The Rosens also have a son, David, and six grandchildren. Denny Rosen enrolled at the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana as a pre-med student and graduated with a PE

degree. He earned his master’s degree in PE and health education at Northwestern University. “I remember what I had to tell my mom one day,” says Rosen, who also taught and coached at Grayslake High School from 1965-68 and later completed a stint as a dean of students at Ridgewood High School. “I told her, ‘Mom, I’m not going to be a doctor.’ I knew I’d be happy in a school setting, surrounded by kids eager to learn and grow. I ask people all the time, ‘What do you want to be when you grow up?’ It’s a wrong answer if I don’t hear, ‘Happy.’ ” Our conversation returns to Camp Ojibwa — Rosen’s happy place. His face lights up, even under the bill of his cap. Above the bill, in cursive script, are the words, Camp Ojibwa. He takes it off and hands it to me. A gift. “It’s an honor — it has always been an honor — for me to be the keeper of the keys to Camp Ojibwa,” says Rosen, his eyes reaching full-twinkle mode. “I continue to take that seriously. Life-changing connections are made up there every summer. Kids feel a sense of belonging as soon as they arrive. “The camp legacy I inherited is one of inclusion.” For more information on Camp Ojibwa’s 90th Summer Celebration weekend, please visit oj90.com. Learn more about Camp Ojibwa and its summer offerings at campojibwa.com.


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