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across the country. These colleges and universities include the University of Illinois at Urbana, University of Illinois at Chicago, Illinois State University of Iowa, Eastern Illinois University, Florida A&M, Moorehouse College, Fisk University, Tennessee State, to name a few of the many colleges students attend. “I’m a graduate of the Educational Talent Search program and I know that without the assistance of that program, I would not have received my four-year college degree. It’s beneficial from my standpoint,” Dright said. Both Upward Bound and ETS programs provide robust academic assistance to help student transition from high school to college. The FCEA website (www.familycentered.org) states that the program offers one-onone academic and personal counseling, assistance with completing financial aid forms and college/scholarship applications for post-secondary education, academic skills assessment, Personal and professional development programs, tutoring and test prep (ACT/ SAT, PSAT, PLAN, EXPLORE), among other assistance. Qualifying students from ages 11 through 27 can take part in the Educational Talent Search program provided that students have completed the fifth grade. Another criteria on FCEA’s website states that students must also have an academic need for support

as well as be a first-generation college student, which means the student’s mother, father or guardian did not graduate from a four-year college. “Through the years, the Upward Bound program has been a tremendous benefit to all students in District 205, particularly students who face socioeconomic concerns. We look forward to working and partnering with the Upward Bound program for many years to come,” said John Arrington, Director of College and Careers for District 205. According to Dright, participating students in both Upward Bound and the Educational Talent Search program have pursued degrees in fashion design, medicine, law, multimedia services, animal sciences, and marketing. He also added that the Upward Bound program has an alumni ceremony where college graduates are acknowledged. Dright stated that the majority of the students in FCEA’s Upward Bound and Educational Talent Search program are African-Americans and Hispanics; however, the program does not discriminate based on race. The program is free and for students to participate in Upward Bound, they must be enrolled in one of the three Thornton Township high schools or live in the target area. To learn more about Upward Bound and Educational Talent Search programs, as well as other college prep initiatives, please call (708) 210-1771.

What is Sexual Harassment? SSC Offers Crucial Conversations Workshop The South Suburban College Business & Career Institute (BCI) presents a Breakfast with BCI Workshop titled Crucial Conversations: The Crisis of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace. The workshop is scheduled for Tuesday, February 13, 8:30–10:30am, with checkin and continental breakfast to begin at 8:15am. The workshop will be held at the South Suburban College Main Campus in the MB Financial Suite on the first floor, and

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obituaries ANDERSON

A funeral service for Ruth L. Anderson (nee Johnson) was held Sunday, February 4, 2018 at Smits, DeYoungVroegh Funeral Home in South Holland, IL with Pastor Maxine Washington officiating. Mrs. Anderson was born August 17, 1933 and passed away February 1, 2018. Wife of the late Harold R. Anderson. Mother of Thomas (Susan) Anderson and Anita (Roland) Mendez. Grandmother of three. Sister of the late David Johnson and the late Dorothy (late Robert) Bird. Intermentwas at Oak Hill Cemetery, Chicago, IL. Arrangements were entrusted to Smits, DeYoungVroegh Funeral Home, South Holland, IL.

in death by 3 brothers and 1 sister. Interment was at Holy Cross Cemetery, Calumet City, IL. Arrangements were entrusted to Smits, DeYoung-Vroegh Funeral Home, South Holland, IL.

obituaries HEBER

A funeral service for John W. Heber III was held Saturday, February 3, 2018 at Smits Funeral Home in Dyer, IN. Mr. Heber was born June 18, 1947 and passed away January 31, 2018. Husband of Elaine H. Heber (nee Martens). Father of John (Sheri) Heber and Dave Heber. Grandfather of four; great-grandfather of one. Brother of Ken (Ros) Heber. Arrangements were entrusted to Smits Funeral Home, James E. Janusz Funeral Service, Dyer, IN.

obituaries BURNS

A Funeral Mass for Katherine A. “Kitty” Burns (nee Kutaj) was held on February 3, 2018 from Holy Ghost Church with Rev. Anthony Talarico officiating. Mrs. Burns was born May 20, 1940 and died January 28, 2018. She was the wife of the late Gerald E. “Gerry” Burns; mother of Michael (Christine) Pettit, Mary (Scott) King, and John (Atrice) Burns; sister of Alice (Dan) Dziadon, Dorothy (Tim) Conley, Ann (Ed) Gallagher, Rose (Terry) Wiley, and the late Alex Kutaj; Grandma Kitty to numerous grandchildren and greatgrandchildren; sister-in-law of Lucille Burns; Auntie Kitty of many nieces and nephews; stepmother of seven; friend and companion of Jim Kelly. Interment was private. Arrangements were entrusted to Thornridge Funeral Home (Janusz Family Funeral Service).

ERIKS

A funeral service for Edward Eriks was held Saturday, February 3, 2018 at First Church (PCA) in Lansing, IL, with Rev. Ben Kappers officiating. Mr. Eriks was born February 2, 1916 and passed away January 29, 2018. Husband of the late Joanne Eriks (nee DeBoer). Father of Ronald (Sherri) Eriks, Richard Eriks and Marilyn (late Henry) Boer. Grandfather of seven; greatgrandfather of 15; greatgreat-grandfather of one. Brother-in-law of Ruth (late Marvin) Eriks. Preceded in death by five brothers, two sisters and one grandchild. Interment was at Oak Ridge Cemetery, Lansing, IL. Arrangements were entrusted to Smits Funeral Home, Dyer, IN.

FRONCZAK

A funeral mass for Theresa S. Fronczak (nee Krajewski) was held Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at Holy Ghost Church in South Holland, IL with Rev. Anthony Talarico officiating. Mrs. Fronczak was born August 31, 1925 and passed away January 27, 2018. Wife of the late Edward John Fronczak. Mother of David (Deborah) Fronczak, Paul (Lorri) Fronczak, and Carol (David) Poteete. Grandmother of 5 and greatgrandmother of 5. Preceded

MAURELLO

A funeral service for Denise J. Maurello (nee Ridder) was held Friday, January 26, 2018 at Smits Funeral Home in Dyer, IN with Rev. Andy Nearpass officiating. Mrs. Maurello was born March 18, 1965 and passed away January 20, 2018. Wife of William A. Maurello. Mother of Hannah and Anthony Maurello. Daughter of Elaine (Kenneth) Van Dellen and the late Howard Ridder Sr. Sister of Karen Harkema, Howard (Brenda) Ridder Jr., and Dorene (Michael) Sroczynski. Interment was at Chapel Lawn Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Schererville, IN. Arrangements were entrusted to Smits Funeral Home, Dyer, IN.

RAIBLEY

A Funeral Service for Maria Sue Raibley was held on February 5, 2018 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with Bishop Todd Diel officiating. Mrs. Raibley (nee Zanis) was born September 22, 1980 and died January 28, 2018 She was the wife of Mark; daughter of Greg and Susan Zanis; sister of Chris Zanis, Catherine (Fletcher) Oliver, Susie Zanis, and Gregory Zanis; daughter-in-law of Elaine Raibley; aunt to many nieces and nephews. Interment was at Orland Memorial Park Cemetery. Arrangements were entrusted to Thornridge Funeral Home (Janusz Family Funeral Service).

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District 205 To Highland Education Foundation Enhances Host Family and Education through Grants Community Summit District 205 includes Thornwood High School in South Holland, Thornridge High School in Dolton, and Thornton High School in Harvey, IL. We have a rich history of providing an excellent education for local students and we have good news about an upcoming event! On Saturday March 24 our very first Family and Community Engagement Summit will take place. The theme, “ParentCentered,” underscores that supportive parents, guardians, and community can greatly improve the academic performance of our students. Research shows that both educators and parents play an integral role in ensuring quality education to every child. The Thornton Township High School District 205 is absolutely committed to providing the best education for our students! The FACE Summit will be held at South Suburban College located at 15800 State St. in South Holland. South Suburban College and District 205 have a long history of partnering together for the success of students. Our guest speaker will be Mr. Jonathan Edison who overcame many obstacles in his young life, and rose to achieve his highest potential. We welcome each parent, guardian, and community supporter to attend this monumental event, because your participation affirms that you are committed to providing the nurturing support and education that every child requires to succeed. We hope to see you there! Seven Reasons You Do Not Want To Miss This Event! #7 – Free Continental Breakfast For Everyone #6 – Exciting Giveaways #5 – Interesting Educational Workshops #4 – Student Entertainment Performances #3 – Free Lunch For Everyone #2 – Special Guest Speaker Mr. Jonathan Edison, M.ED #1 – It’s Free For Everyone Registration is now open online at http://www. district205summit.net/registration. For more information, please call the Office of Federal Programs at 708-225-4002.

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Hammond Sports Hall of Fame to Induct 7 on March 13 The Hammond Sports Hall of Fame will induct seven individuals from the city’s proud athletic past during its 32nd annual induction dinner, Tuesday, March 13 at the Hammond Civic Center. The inductees are: marathon runner, local road race pioneer and longtime exercise/wellness advocate John Bobalik (Bishop Noll), 1930s 3-sport Clark athlete and St. Louis Cardinals minor league baseball player Wilbur P. Buerckholtz, 1970s/80s Hammond High football quarterback and multi-sport athlete David Tyrone Higgs, 1990s Hammond High wrestler Elias (Lee) Marks, Minnesota Twins farmhand and 1990s multi-sport Bishop Noll performer Marcus Smith, award-winning high school football official/baseball umpire and 1960s multi-sport Hammond High athlete Rick Stanford and high-scoring 1960s Morton basketball front liner Frank Tokoly. Anderson-Peterson Family Distinguished Athlete Award recipients Also during the induction program, the Hammond Sports Hall of Fame’s 27th annual Anderson-Peterson Family Distinguished Athlete Award will be presented to two 2017 graduates of Hammond schools who depict the qualities for which the Hammond Sports Hall of Fame was established: dedication, contribution, ability, service and citizenship. The recipients are Brittany Lynn Anderson of Bishop Noll and Malcolm Lang of Gavit. Anderson earned 11 varsity letters and numerous postseason honors as a member of Warriors volleyball, softball and basketball squads. She graduated with academic distinction, was active at Noll as a peer tutor and in other activities, and she was a youth coach and summer camp volunteer. She attends Valparaiso University on a volleyball and softball scholarship. Lang achieved 12 varsity letters and all-conference recognition in football, wrestling and track & field. He also earned academic all-state honors in football. At Gavit, he participated in Natural Helpers and other school organizations. He has continued his education and football career at Wabash College. Time/Schedule Hall of Fame festivities begin at 5 p.m. with a social time. Dinner is at 6:30 p.m.; the induction program follows at 7:30.

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What’s the Investment Outlook for 2018? BOB KRYGSHELD By most measures, 2017 was a pretty good year for investors. But what can you expect in 2018? It’s difficult to precisely predict the immediate future of the financial markets. However, many signs point to improved global economic growth and rising corporate earnings—both of which are important drivers of stock prices. In the United States, economic growth may be more modest than in other regions, which could result in international stocks outperforming domestic ones. Here’s another consideration: Low interest rates typically benefit the financial markets—and unless inflation jumps sharply, the Federal Reserve will probably remain patient, only raising short-term rates slowly throughout 2018. Despite these positive signs, there’s also reason for caution. Political uncertainty and changes in economic policies may lead to increased market volatility. Another factor is the long-term history of the stock market, which includes a correction (drop of 10% or more), about once a year. We’ve gone two years since the last correction, so it would not be surprising if we saw one in 2018. Given this outlook— which could be classified as “moderately optimistic” —what investment moves should you consider this year? Here are a few suggestions: • Rebalance your portfolio. The market’s gains may have increased the value of your stocks so much that they now represent a greater percentage of your portfolio than you had intended, so you may want to rebalance your portfolio to achieve a suitable mix of stocks and bonds, based on your goals, risk tolerance and time horizon. As part of this rebalancing, and in an effort to help reduce the impact of market volatility, you may need to add investment-grade bonds

and cash investments. (Of course, bonds carry some risks, too, including interest rate risk and credit risk.) The availability of cash will also make it easier for you to purchase stocks during a market downturn, when prices may be lower. • Look beyond U.S. borders. Consider adding some international equity investments to your portfolio, if appropriate. These stocks may do better than U.S. stocks in 2018, but regardless of performance, the presence of global stocks can help diversify your portfolio —and diversification can help decrease your overall risk level. (However, diversification can’t guarantee profits or protect against all losses.) Keep in mind that international investing carries some inherent risks, such as those related to currency fluctuations and foreign political and economic events. • Be aware of “big” versus “little”. If you don’t own many stocks of smaller companies, you might consider adding them to your portfolio. Smaller U.S. stocks have traditionally outperformed larger ones and may benefit from stronger economic growth and lower corporate tax rates. Be aware, though that small company stocks tend to be more volatile than those of larger companies. And, as with all stock investments, you may risk losing some or all of your principal. You may want to consult with a financial professional to determine which of these moves, or any others, are right for you. You can’t control the external factors affecting the financial markets, but you can take total charge of your own investment decisions—and in the long run, these decisions can help determine your success as an investor. This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor, Bob Krygsheld 501 W Exchange St. Crete, IL 60417 (708) 672-2892.

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DUI convictions to be introduced as evidence during a jury trial. • Strengthen DUI laws by revising the statue defining a first-time DUI offender. Under current statutory summary suspension law, motorists are considered first-time DUI offenders if five or more years have passed since their last DUI. • Tighten the reporting of rescissions of statutory summary suspension by the courts. Currently, courts may rescind a statutory summary

suspension from the driver record for any reason and are not required to identify the reason for the rescission. The advisory committee, comprised of legislators, federal and state traffic safety experts and law enforcement officials, met previously on Jan. 18 to hear expert witness testimony from Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists (AAAIM), law enforcement and other officials on impaired driving issues.

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New Star to Host Annual Gala in March employment, daily life skills enrichment, senior care, residential services, and special recreation. “This is the organization’s largest fundraiser and it is always a special evening,” said Patricia Trebe, director of development and communications. “This year we will highlight our ‘stars’ with red carpet treatment. All proceeds go directly to programs that help create meaningful days, productive years, and, ultimately, more fulfilling lives for the individuals we serve.” Tickets and sponsorships can be purchased online at http://give.classy. org/newstargala. For more information, please contact Patricia Trebe at (708) 755-8030 ext. 2232. More information is also available on New Star’s website: www.newstarservices.org.

New Star, a not-for-profit organization serving children and adults with special needs throughout the South suburbs and Northwest Indiana, will host its Annual Gala, “Hollywood Nights,” on Saturday, March 24. New Star, with offices in Chicago Heights, Dolton, Crete, and Schererville, IN will host this year’s gala at Villa Cesare in Schererville. The Annual Gala typically draws more than 300 guests and features dinner, complimentary cocktails, live music and dancing, silent and live auctions plus an opportunity to win a $2,000 diamond. All proceeds will support more than 650 children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities residing in the Chicagoland area and Northwest Indiana with job training and

New Star, not-for-profit organization offers job training and employment, daily life skills enrichment, senior care, residential services, and special recreation for over 650 children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, residing in the Chicagoland area and Northwest Indiana. New Star has offices in Chicago Heights, Dolton, Crete, and Schererville, IN. New Star’s mission is to provide choices and opportunities for persons with disabilities and their families through a culture of innovation and caring to enrich their lives and maximize their independence. For more information about New Star, please contact Pat Trebe at (708) 7558030 ext. 2232 or visit their website at www.newstarservices.org.

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Was Ambulance Bill Caused by Mistake or Fraud? WOODROW WILCOX On November 30, 2017, I researched an ambulance bill for a client from Schererville, Indiana. Was the bill caused by mistake or fraud? I don’t know. I just want the problem fixed and I want our client protected from a false bill for services that never were received. The bill was for over $1,700. Here is the body of the letter that I sent to the ambulance firm to help our client with this false ambulance bill. Your firm is sending a bill to our client despite the fact that our client never used your services. Someone is either making a series of mistakes, or committing fraud. If someone at your firm is making mistakes, we expect you to fix the problem and stop sending bills to our client for services that he never received. If it is a case of fraud against your firm, our client will be glad to cooperate with your firm to find the defrauder. The Explanation of Benefits from his Medicare supplement policy company states that it lacks Medicare EOB forms for various dates and that only bills from your firm to the insurance company have been sent. The dates that your firm alleges giving service to our client, according to the EOB from the insurance company, are 09/22/17,

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09/25/17, 10/09/17, 04/07/17, 04/10/17, 04/03/17, and 08/16/17. All these claims, and any other claims for other dates, ARE FALSE. OUR CLIENT NEVER USED YOUR SERVICES. Please, advise our client what action you are taking to correct this problem. If your response is not satisfactory, our agency will assist our client to file complaints against your firm in this matter with appropriate state and/or federal agencies. All the help that I gave this client is FREE OF CHARGE. This insurance agency has built a reputation for “going the extra mile” for our clients in such Medicare insurance related problems. If your insurance agent or agency does not give this high level of service to seniors, maybe you should switch to an agency that does. Note: Woodrow Wilcox is the senior medical bill case worker at Senior Care Insurance Services in Merrillville, Indiana. He has helped clients of that agency save over one million dollars by fighting mistakes and fraud in the Medicare system. He wrote the book SOLVING MEDICARE PROBLEM$ (www. SolvingMedicareProblems. com) and posts articles at www.WoodrowWilcox.com.

Automobiles 1998 Toyota Camry $1,500; 2003 Toyota Camry $3,000; 2004 Toyota Camry $3,000; 2009 Toyota Camry $5,500. All run good. 708-351-9906

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2005 Chevy Impala $2,500; 2005 Buick Century $2,500; 2004 Lincoln LS $2,500; 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix $3,500; All run good. 708-351-9906

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Fo r s a l e : 2 0 0 0 Toy o t a Avalon Camry. 200K miles, power-steer ing-seatsbrakes. Fully loaded, everything works. Good winter car. Gold color, $3,000/obo. 708-460-6035

Wanted: Diabetic Test Strips Freestyle Lite One Touch Accu-Chek Contour and Others, Must be sealed, unopened, unexpired, unused boxes. 708-474-3941

For sale: 2004 Lincoln LS $2500; 2004 Pontiac Vibe $2500; 2001 Toyota Camry $6500; 2009 Toyota Camry $6500. Clean and runs good. 708-351-9906

Wanted: Don’t throw it away! I am buying old stuff. Toys, signs, advertising, oil cans, and much more. Please call or text Doug. 219616-9342

For sale: 2008 Chevy Malibu $4500; 2009 Chevy Malibu $4500; 2008 Pontiac G6 $3500; 2009 Pontiac G6 $4000. Clean and runs good. 708-351-9906

Wanted: Vintage mechanic, carpenter tools, postcards, magazines, signs, radios, knives, automobilia items, records, advertising, etc. Call Lee 219-923-8669

For sale: 2006 Blue Dodge Caravan, DVD, Leather seats, sun roof, 106k miles, only $2500. Call. 708-5744317

8 mm movie projector bulb dfc or dfn 150 watt. 708-8379814 Wanted: Boat motor for canoe, call with offering. 1 HP to 3 HP. Steven 708-7485698 Experienced body and paint man for rust free California car. Needs small dents and dings taken out, 2 fenders. 708-895-1080 wanted (2) 16 foot garage door panes (fits 2 car garage door) 219-730 3370

Auto Parts Two Magnaflow stainless mufflers pipe 2 1/4 length 23” inlet/offset outlet/ center size 5x9, moderate sound, used three months, $140 #12255. 219-301-7145 Chevy Hei electronic distributor with built in 50k coil, new cond., never used, $80 obo. 219-844-5057 14 inch electric radiator fan, like new, used three months, $15 obo; two used jack stands, $8. 219-301-7145


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Bishop Noll’s Graduates with Distinction are, in front from left, Alyssa Morris, Isabel Robles, Michael Quintero, Megan Sullivan, Julia Fugger, Lesley Vizcarra, Alejandra Perez. In back, from left, are Monica Magallanes, Reyna Reyes, Abigail Damacio, Makala Blakely, Payton Hewlett, Brendan Zavesky, Lindsay Ferrell, Nicholas Arambula and Jackson Heintz. ------------------------------------------------------------------------Bishop Noll Institute has announced its Graduates with Distinction for the class of 2018. These top academic seniors all earned a 4.0 or above GPA. These grades also determine the valedictorian and salutatorian. Principal Lorenza Jara Pastrick said, “Throughout their years at Bishop Noll, these Graduates with Distinction have proven what it means to be a warrior in mind, body soul. As we send them out into the world, we are confident they can show what it means to be a disciple through their words, thoughts and Caddilac Escalade floor mats, Weather Tech, black, front, rear, never used, new $200, now $75; 2007 to 2014 fits. 708-841-8884 Lincol Navaitor license plates, chrome frames $50 new, now $20, both nice name Navaitor on plates. 708-841-8884

Miscellaneous Items For Sale For sale: Medium size ski outfit. Pants, jacket and hat, $35; Goggles $6; 3 pair of men’s gloves, $6/ea.; ladies mittens, $6, all perfect cond. 815-320-6178 For sale: Mikasa dishes Garden Club pattern, complete ser vice for 8. In c l u d e s s e r v i n g b ow l , cream, and sugar bowl. Perfect cond. $40. 815-3206178 Moving , downsizing. Howard Miller grandfather clock, chime selection, 1/2 price $800 or negotiable, about 10-12 yrs. old. 708672-9479 Moving , downsizing. Complete bedroom set. Looks antique, mattress, box spring, headboard, and spread included, bargain $425. 708-672-9479

actions.” Megan Sullivan, of Griffith, was named valedictorian. She attended St. Mary’s School. Michael Quintero, of Hammond, was named salutatorian. He attended St. John Bosco School. The Graduates with Distinction are the following: Nicholas Arambula, of Chicago, attended St. John the Baptist; Makala Blakely, of Gary, attended Calvary Academy; Abigail Damacio, of Griffith, attended St. Mary’s; Lindsay Ferrell, of Crown Point, attended St. Mary’s; Julia Fugger, of Lansing, attended St. Thomas

Jiffy padded mailer envelopes 92 size 6x10, 25 size 10 1/2 x 16, $25 per lot. 708-494-4880 For sale: Record player stereo AM-FM, large speakers, $100. 708-2101711 Mi s c p a i n t s u p p l y $ 2 ; drapery drapes: set full length $25; 23”x42” new vinyl blinds $5; asst. wall art $5 ea. 708-460-6035 For sale: Wood burning f i re p l a c e b a s e, 5 f t x 5 f t ceramic tile with metal border, fireproof backing, very heavy. Brand new never used, paid $450, sell for $250. 708-877-6387 Fireplace with log carrier $5; luggage carrier $5; new 6 pc screwdriver set $2; new hammer $2; glue gun & glue $2; safety glasses $2. 708460-6035 Prom, formal dresses, $10 ea; new lavratory faucet & drain $5; heavy weight lifting straps $5; Schick shaver $5; fireplace w/log carrier $5; luggage carrier $5. 708-460-6035 Ceiling light fixture new black cast iron Kichler $1-$2 purses, shoes, adult/ children, mens ladies $3 ea. 708-460-6035

Fo r s a l e : E l e c t r o n i c s , Tablets, Earphones, etc. w w w. t h e o n e s t o p s h o p . store/7616 

New hand mixer $5; multi use cart $15; end tables $15; table lamp $5; floor lamp,tall $15; wood bookcases $20 ea. 708-460-6035

Windham white vinyl fence panels. Never used, original boxes, Home Depot. $40 ea. 6 ft x 6 ft, no posts. 708-3050888

Surge protector $5; 2 sub woofers $15 ea; shower bench with back support $10; cane $3; pillows $2 ea; wooden door $10. 708-4606035

More; Jackson Heintz, of Hammond, attended St. John Bosco; Payton Hewlett, of Hammond, attended Scott Middle; Monica Magallanes, of Hammond, attended Whiting Middle; Alyssa Morris, of Hammond, attended West Side Middle; Alejandra Perez, of East Chicago, attended St. Stanislaus; Reyna Reyes, of Hammond, attended St. Mary’s; Isabel Robles, of Whiting, attended St. John the Baptist; Lesley Vizcarra, of Hammond, attended St. Casimir; Brendan Zavesky, of Chicago, attended Grissom.

Bush trimmer $5; home and yard sprayer $5; leaf rake $3; shovel $3; grass shears Craftsman 4” $5; tv stand black $25; dvd player $25. 708-460-6035 Mirror, stained glass, $10; steam cleaner, new $15; Shark swift wet mop $10; Toro super blower vac: leaf blower $51. 708-460-6035 Guardian walker w wheels $5; cane $3; moist heat pack $3; arm sling $2; microphone stand $15; hosemobile with hose $10; yard sprayer $5. 708-4606035 Oil stain/ceiling paint, $2 per drum; air deflector $2 ea; vent hood wide mouth for dryer $2; set of 4 snack tables w stand wood $25. 708-460-6035

Bistro set table 2 chairs $25; oak oval coffee table $25; tall oak wall mirror $15; Sony desktop computer Vaio complete system $100; computer desk $25; office chair $25. 708-460-6035 Shark electric wet map $10; fabric steamer $20; new vaporizer $5; dehumidifier $50; queen elect mattress pad $10; china new serv for 6 $30. 708-460-6035 2 drawer oak file cabinet $15; 2 drawer steel file cabinet w lock $15; Samsonite black lap top bag $5; asst. luggage $5; snooze alarm clock $5. 708-4606035

Students at Christ Our Savior Catholic School in South Holland celebrated Catholic Schools Week with many events and activities including a visit by author Janet Riehecky. Janet is the author of 134 children’s books, 37 of which are about dinosaurs. Janet captivated the audience with fossils and museum quality replicas of real dinosaur bones including a 5’7 Apatosaurus femur and an entire foot of a Tyrannosaurus. Check out more dinosaur pictures on the school’s Facebook page: Christ Our Savior Catholic School. Christ Our Savior School is now accepting students for the 2018-2019 school year. For more information regarding registration, please contact 708-333-8173.

Sheers, floor length 2 panels $10 ea; curtain rod, expandable, $3; new wet/ dry scrub brush $5; xl elect. food warming tray $15. 708460-6035

Folding sports chair $5; 10 page shredder $15; copy paper $2/ream; luggage ln Jaguar & Lewis/Hide: 2 pc upright w/wheels $39 was $279. 708-460-6035

New 42: under bed organziers $3 a; foot spa new $10 scrubbs $2 ea; micowave cart, oak w/ storage $15; new portable grill: charcoal bbq $10. 708460-6035

File cabinet, steel 2 drawer $20; folding table $15; pipe insulating kits $2 ea; flooring tiles covers 40 sq ft $20. 708460-6035

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Laser printer for computer: all in one with toner $30: Epson printer $15; room size wool rugs $20 ea; drapes: long, $5 per panel. 708-4606035 Tall jewelry chest 9 drawers $50; new 3 qt thermal food saver $5; microwave over the range 30” st steel ln $40; new roaster oven 18 qt $40. 708460-6035

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C A l e nD A R Saturday, February 10

Calumet Memorial Park District Annual Daddy Daughter Dance From 6:00pm to 8:00pm at the Memorial Park Fieldhouse, 612 Wentworth Ave. in Calumet City. The fee is $20 per couple, and $5 for each additional daughter. Availability is limited and advance registration must be made by 2/7. For further information please call 708-868-2530 or email Andrea@mycmpd.com. St. Andrew the Apostle Parish Paczki Ball Saturday, February 10, 6:00pm, at St. Andrew the Apostle Parish gym, 156th & Freeland Ave., Calumet City, IL. A variety of Polish cuisine will be available for purchase, along with hundreds of paczki for dessert. A cash bar will be available. Polka music starts at 6:30. This year’s entertainment is provided by The Music Company. Tickets may be purchased in advance at the church rectory, online at saintandrewparish.com, or at the door for $15. For more information call 708-862-4165.

Sunday, February 11

Annual Pancake Breakfast & Bake Sale 9:00am until 1:00pm at Arcadia Masonic Hall, 17741 Torrence Av., Lansing, IL. Arcadia Chapter #967 Eastern Star will be serving Pancakes, Sausage, Scrambled Eggs, Sausage Gravy & Biscuits, and OJ. Suggested donation is Adults - $7.00, Children 10 & under: $3.00. Tickets available at the Door. For additional info call 708-474-7338.

Wednesday, February 14

Valentine-Themed Bingo Night 7:00pm - 8:00pm at Dolton Public Library District, 14037 Lincoln Ave., Dolton, IL. For adults. For more information call 708-8492385. Valentine’s Day Dancing for Seniors Wednesday, February 14 from 11:00 AM until 3:00 PM at the Downey Park Fieldhouse, 300 Jeffery Ave. in Calumet City. The Calumet Memorial Park District invites ages 55 and better for this fun FREE event. Bring your friends and wear your dancing shoes as you groove to an afternoon of dusties that will put you in the proper mood for Valentine’s Day! For more details call Char Perez at (708) 8682530 #127, or email to Char@mycmpd.com.

Friday, February 16

Special Showing Of The Movie BLACK PANTHER 9:30am at New Vision Lansing 8 Theaters, 16621 Torrence Avenue, Lansing, IL. Box Office: 708/418-5157. FREE for the first 416 who call to register. For more information, call 708/596-6040, ext. 3150.

Saturday, February 17

Olympic Trials 11:00am - 1:00pm at Dolton Public Library District, 14037 Lincoln Ave., Dolton, IL. For children. For more information call 708-8492385.

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Sunday, February 25

African-American Dolls 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm at Dolton Public Library, 14037 Lincoln Ave, Dolton, IL. Adults only. For more information, call (708) 849-2385.

Monday, February 26

The Lansing Historical Society 6pm at Lansing Public Library, 2750 Indiana Ave., Lansing IL on the main floor near the stage. Program will be “What’s Up With History In Our Schools.” Students from District 158 will perform their reader’s theater about the founding of our country, under the direction of Mrs. Mary DiGrispino. For more information call Barb at 708-474-7497.

Friday, March 9

Glenwood Academy Community Celebration 7:00pm - 10:00pm at Irwin Family Center, Glenwood Academy, 500 W 187th ST., Glenwood IL. 25th Annual Food, Fun, and Family Fest! For more information, call 708756-5104.

Saturday, March 10

WASTED! The Movie Event 11:30 A.m. - 2:30 P.m. At Covenant United Church Of Christ, Barbara W. Smith Family Life Center, 1130 East 154th St.,, South Holland, IL. Presented By One Earth Film Festival, WASTED! The Story Of Food Waste Aims To Change The way people buy, cook, recycle, and eat food. WASTED! exposes the criminality of food waste and how it is contributing to climate change and how we can make small changes to solve one of the greatest problems of the 21st Century. One Earth Film Festival is the Midwest’s premier environmental film festival, creating opportunities for understanding climate change, sustainability and the power of human involvement. FREE! REFRESHMENTS! PRIZES! ACTION TABLES and MORE… For more information, call 708333-5955, email INFO@COVUCC.ORG, or visit WWW.COVUCC.ORG.

Tuesday, March 20

History Book Discussion Group: 1776 7:00pm at the Calumet City Public Library, 660 Manistee Ave., Calumet City. The group will discuss 1776, by David McCullough . Read the book before you attend the discussion. Books are available now at the Library’s Reference Desk. Call (708) 862-6220, ext. 2 for more details.

Thursday, March 22

Bible League Women’s Luncheon at Teibel’s

11:30am at Teibel’s Restaurant, corner of Routes 30 and 41. Bring a friend, enjoy fellowship, and learn about Bible League International’s work in Latin America. Soloist is Sarah Van Drunen. Call your key contact or call Jan at 708-474-2170 by March 18 to make your reservation.

Sunday, March 25

Glenwood Academy Spring Open House 3:00pm at Irwin Family Center, Glenwood Academy, 500 W 187th ST., Glenwood IL. To RSVP or for inquiries, contact Director of Admissions at 708-756-6116. For more information visit glenwoodacademy.org/ open-house.

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Game Time Mondays, 3:30pm - 5:30pm at Dolton Public Library District, 14037 Lincoln Avenue, Dolton, IL. Chess Group Meets at this time. All ages. For more information call 708-849-2385 or visit www.doltonpubliclibrary.org. Cookbook Club 2nd Saturday of the month, 11:00am - 1:00pm at Dolton Public Library District, 14037 Lincoln Avenue, Dolton, IL. Adults. For more information call 708-849-2385 or visit www. doltonpubliclibrary.org. Homework Help 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Tuesday of the month, 3:30pm - 4:30pm at Dolton Public Library District, 14037 Lincoln Avenue, Dolton, IL. All school age children. For more information call 708-849-2385 or visit www. doltonpubliclibrary.org. Toddler Time 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month, 10:45am - 11:45am at Dolton Public Library District, 14037 Lincoln Avenue, Dolton, IL. Toddlers and their parents. For more information call 708-849-2385 or visit www. doltonpubliclibrary.org. Black Authors Book Club Last Thursday of the month, 7:00pm - 8:30pm at Dolton Public Library District, 14037 Lincoln Avenue, Dolton, IL. Adults. For more information call 708-849-2385 or visit www. doltonpubliclibrary.org. T.O.P.S. Meeting South Holland & Thornton Mondays from 5:30-7:00p.m. at Thornton Recreation Dept. Community Center, 701 Highland Ave, Door R4, Thornton, IL. For more information, call 708-333-5167. T.O.P.S. Meeting Calumet City Come join a great group of people here to support you in your desire to lose weight. T.O.P.S (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) will help you accomplish your goal. Our meetings are every Thursday. Weigh-ins are from 6pm to 7pm. The Weight Loss Support Meeting begins at 7pm.

We are located at Our Lady Of Knock Rectory, 501 163rd Street Calumet City. Please call 708 642-6931 for information. T.O.P.S. Meeting Dolton TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) invites you to take a road trip to success! You are invited to a free meeting held on Wednesdays at 9:30am at Immanuel Bethel UCC, 14540 Lincoln Ave., Dolton, IL. For more information, call 773-3836110 or 708-849-3386. T.O.P.S. Meeting Lansing T.O.P.S. IL2622, Lansing 5:30pm Weigh-in, 6:00 Meeting every Thursday at Lansing Presbyterian Church, 2625 Ridge Rd, Lansing IL. A family oriented organization for men, women, teens, and children 7 years or older which can help those that want to lose pounds. We encourage weight loss through programs and exercise. Come in and join us—no charge to sit in on a meeting. For more information, call Carol at 708-895-4771. South Suburban Toastmasters Club 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month promptly at 7:30pm, the public is invited to attend a meeting of the South Suburban Toastmasters club. Toastmasters International is a worldwide organization that helps individuals improve their speaking, leadership, and listening skills using an educational format. Located at South Suburban College, Mi Jack Room, South Holland, IL. Visitors may attend free of charge. Contact 708-595-7664 with questions. New Faith Toastmasters Club Learn how to improve your speaking, listening and leadership skills. Visit the New Faith Toastmasters club every 2nd and 4th Thursday at 7:15pm, at the New Faith Baptist Church, 25 S. Central, Room 101, Matteson, IL, old church building (known as Genesis). Visiting is free of charge. Contact Terri at mail2banks@aol.com with questions. Volunteers Needed Bibles for Missions Thrift Store is seeking friendly, dedicated volunteers to be cashiers, sorters, pricers, etc. Looking for people willing to make a half-day or full-day commitment, one day a week, Monday through Saturday. Training is available. 100% of all Thrift Shop proceeds go to purchase Bibles and study materials for missionary endeavors through Bible League International. Great for the newly retired or anyone interested in participating in the spread of the Gospel. Just stop by and ask for the day manager. Located at 2821 Highway Ave, Highland IN. 219 923-6436. Community Empowerment and Engagement Learning Series 6:30pm every 4th Tuesday at Faith UMC, 15015 Grant St., Dolton, IL. Free nontraditional courses for teens and adults about EMAIL general@myshopper.biz communication, entrepreneurship, finance, Deadline is 4 PM Friday for Wednesday’s Paper nutrition, marriage, relationships, wellness and community activism. For more information,

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Well Walker’s Club - Whiting 1 p.m. at Whiting Public Library Meeting Room, 1735 Oliver Street, Whiting. This walking club is for adults over the age of 18. Receive a FREE pedometer when you join. Monthly meetings feature guest speakers discussing a wide range of healthcare topics. For information, call 219392-7104 or 219-392-7135 Healing Limbs, Saving Lives: L.i.v.e. Lecture Thursday, February 8 From 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., at St. Catherine Hospital POB Conference Room, 4320 Fir St., East Chicago. Find out about the Limb Ischemia and Vascular Excellence (L.I.V.E.) program with a L.I.V.E. educational lecture by Interventional Cardiologist P. Ramon Llobet, MD. Learn about the signs, symptoms and treatments available for peripheral arterial disease (PVD) and critical limb ischemia. FREE—to register, call 219836-3477 or toll free 866 836-3477.

Saturday, February 10

A Few of My Favorite Things – Recipe Exchange 3:00pm - 4:00pm at the St. John Branch Library, 9450 Wicker Avenue (US 41),St. John IN. Adults. Do you have a favorite recipe that’s been passed through your family? Or maybe one that reminds you of your family’s culture? Come out and share that recipe with us! Feel free to bring some to sample! Registration required: visit www.lcplin.org/branches/ sj.htm or call 219-365-5379. Valentine’s Day Speed Dating Saturday, February 10, 1:00pm at Strawberry Fields Pancake House, 8251 E 109th Ave, Crown Point, IN. 13th Annual Valentine’s Day Speed Dating—12 dates in 1 hour. Social hour with hors d’ oeuvres. Safe environment, all ages. Diverse singles; dress to impress. Must register—call 219-805-3283 (219-805-DATE). Singles Let’s Mingle!

Monday, February 12

Beginner’s Knitting 6:00pm - 8:00pm at the Dyer-Schererville Branch Library, 1001 W. Lincoln Highway (US 30), Schererville, IN. Adults. Learn the basics of knitting. Adults only. Participants must bring at least one skein of bulky yarn and size 10 or 11 knitting needles. Please register for both sessions. Visit www.lcplin. org/branches/ds.htm or call 219-322-4731 for more information. Gardening Class Monday, February 12: 7:00pm - 8:00pm at the St. John Branch Library, 9450 Wicker Avenue (US 41),St. John IN. Adults. Join us for this informative gardening program co-sponsored by the St. John Garden Club. Registration required: visit www.lcplin.org/branches/ sj.htm or call 219-365-5379.

Tuesday, February 13

Stamp Class 6:30pm - 7:30pm at the Dyer-Schererville Branch Library, 1001 W. Lincoln Highway (US 30), Schererville, IN. Adults. Spend an hour expressing your creativity with Melissa of Stampin’ Up. Materials fee of $5 paid at the time of class covers the cost of 2-3 rubber stamping projects. Bring your favorite adhesive. Visit www.lcplin.org/branches/ds.htm or call 219322-4731 for more information. Community Chat and Coffee Tuesday, February 13, 10:30am - 11:30am at the St. John Branch Library, 9450 Wicker Avenue (US 41),St. John IN. Adults. Do you enjoy talking about your community? Do you like to connect with others? Come talk about the good in St. John and discuss ways to make it even better! And enjoy a cup of coffee (or tea) on us! Registration required: visit www.lcplin. org/branches/sj.htm or call 219-365-5379. St. Catherine Hospital Offers “Heart Health Fair” Tuesday, February 13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at St. Catherine Hospital POB Conference Room, 4320 Fir St., East Chicago. Join us for this free event to learn about heart health and the effects of cardiovascular disease through information booths, screenings, health assessments and interactive displays from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. L.I.V.E. screening from 1 to 4 p.m. FREE—to register, call 219-836-3477 or toll free 866 836-347 7.

Wednesday, February 14

Wednesday Stitchers 12:30pm - 2:00pm at the St. John Branch Library, 9450 Wicker Avenue (US 41),St. John IN. Adults. Bring your favorite yarn or thread project and enjoy some great company while you create! All crafters are welcome, no matter what craft you enjoy! Registration required: visit www.lcplin.org/branches/sj.htm or call 219-365-5379. Page Turners Book Discussion Wednesday, February 14, 6:30pm - 8:00pm at the St. John Branch Library, 9450 Wicker Avenue (US 41),St. John IN. Adults. Join the Page Turners as we discuss Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty. Books can be picked up at the St. John Branch. Registration required: visit www.lcplin.org/branches/sj.htm or call 219365-5379.

Thursday, February 15

Cardiac Wellness Day From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at St. Catherine Hospital POB Conference Room, 4320 Fir St., East Chicago. Come and celebrate Cardiac Wellness Day with our extraordinary staff. This free event focuses on overall wellness for everybody, not just cardiac patients. FREE— to register, call 219-836-3477 or toll free 866 836-3477. Current Concepts For Treating Lower Back Pain Thursday, February 15 from 5:00-6:00 p.m. at the Community Hospital Fitness Pointe, 9950 Calumet Avenue, Munster, IN. A Community Hospital physical therapist will discuss current evidence-based treatment approaches and interventions utilized in managing lower back pain. FREE, but registration is required by calling 219-836-3477 or toll free 866-836-3477.

Saturday, February 17

Celebrate ‘Da Region At 219 Day 6:00 to 11:00 pm. at Hammond Civic Center. All region residents over 21 years of age are invited to join us for the fun, weird, and wacky event that celebrates everything Region. Free admission. The event theme is “Feats of Strength.” There will be a Gladiator Joust, Punching Arcade, Thumb Wrestling, Tattoo Contest, Climbing Wall, Selfie Booth, Region Rat Piñata and more. Live entertainment includes Rico Hampton as Michael Jackson, Nomad Planets and The Crawpuppies. Various Region craft beers will be available for only $5 each. Food vendors exclusive to the Region will be on hand including Ladies Gourmet Popcorn, Solitas Puerto Rican Food, Jodie’s Italian Ice Factory and Zel’s Roast Beef. Corporate sponsorships are still available! For information, call 219.853.6378, email info@219day.com, or visit www.219day.com. Kindness Rocks! Random Acts of Kindness Day Saturday, Febraury 17 from 11:00am - 12:00pm at the St. John Branch Library, 9450 Wicker Avenue (US 41),St. John IN. Celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Day at the St. John Branch by painting kindness rocks. All materials provided. Please register. Registration required: visit www.lcplin.org/branches/ sj.htm or call 219-365-5379.

Monday, February 19

Beginner’s Knitting 6:00pm - 8:00pm at the Dyer-Schererville Branch Library, 1001 W. Lincoln Highway (US 30), Schererville, IN. Adults. Learn the basics of knitting. Adults only. Participants must bring at least one skein of bulky yarn and size 10 or 11 knitting needles. Please register for both sessions. Visit www.lcplin. org/branches/ds.htm or call 219-322-4731 for more information. Movie Monday Monday, February 19, 11:00am - 1:00pm at the St. John Branch Library, 9450 Wicker Avenue (US 41),St. John IN. Adults. Contact the library for more information about this month’s featured film! Registration required: visit www.lcplin.org/branches/sj.htm or call 219-365-5379. Free Weight Loss Seminar Monday, February 19 from 12:00-2:00 p.m. at the Community Hospital Medical Office Building, 801 MacArthur Blvd., Munster, IN. Bariatric surgeons Drs. Paul Stanish and Hung Dang, along with Healthy 4 Life Weight

Loss Professionals, will present “Medical and Surgical Weight Loss Solutions…What’s Right For Me?”, a comprehensive medical, endoscopic and surgical long term weight management solutions available at Healthy 4 Life Munster. FREE, but registration is required by calling 219-836-3477 or toll free 866-836-3477.

Tuesday, February 20

Black America from MLK to Today 6:30pm - 8:00pm at the Dyer-Schererville Branch Library, 1001 W. Lincoln Highway (US 30), Schererville, IN. Adults. Explore the accomplishments and challenges of racial equality by viewing and discussing a fourpart PBS documentary (shown in one-hour segments) about Black America in the last fifty years. Visit www.lcplin.org/branches/ds.htm or call 219-322-4731 for more information. In Remembrance of Martin Tuesday, February 20, 10:30am - 11:30am at the St. John Branch Library, 9450 Wicker Avenue (US 41),St. John IN. Adults. As we celebrate Black History Month, join us for this documentary featuring some of Dr. Martin Luther King’s family, friends and colleagues as they memorialize his life and work. Run time: 60 minutes. Registration required: visit www. lcplin.org/branches/sj.htm or call 219-3655379. In Remembrance of Martin Tuesday, February 20, 2:00pm - 3:00pm at the St. John Branch Library, 9450 Wicker Avenue (US 41),St. John IN. Adults. As we celebrate Black History Month, join us for this documentary featuring some of Dr. Martin Luther King’s family, friends and colleagues as they memorialize his life and work. Run time: 60 minutes. Registration required: visit www. lcplin.org/branches/sj.htm or call 219-3655379. Dyer Historical Society: Vintage Valentines Tuesday, February 20, 7:00 pm at Dyer Town Hall, 1 Town Square, Dyer, IN (Rt. 30, just east of Hart Street) in the Lower Level Main Meeting Room. Speaker Pat Kincaid will present “Remembering Special Valentines.” Join us as she takes us on a sentimental journey through her valentine collections while discussing a bit of history and the mystery of vintage valentines. Free event, and refreshments will be served. For info, contact Kathy Powers at 219.865.6108, or history@townofdyer.com. St. Catherine Hospital Auxiliary TJ Uniforms Sale Tuesday, February 20 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. at St. Catherine Hospital POB Conference Room, 4320 Fir St., East Chicago. For more information call 219-392-7030.

Wednesday, February 21

Between the Lines Book Club 7:00pm - 8:00pm at the Dyer-Schererville Branch Library, 1001 W. Lincoln Highway (US 30), Schererville, IN. Adults. The Between the Lines book club will be reading Remarkable Creatures by Tracy Chevalier. Copies of the book can be picked up from the circulation desk at the Dyer-Schererville branch library. Visit www.lcplin.org/branches/ds.htm or call 219-322-4731 for more information. Color Yourself Happy! Wednesday, February 21, 10:30am - 11:30am at the St. John Branch Library, 9450 Wicker Avenue (US 41),St. John IN. Adults. Enjoy coloring - alone or with the whole family! We’ll provide the materials for coloring, or you can bring your own! Cookies and beverages will be provided. Registration required: visit www. lcplin.org/branches/sj.htm or call 219-3655379. Wednesday Stitchers Wednesday, February 21, 12:30pm - 2:00pm at the St. John Branch Library, 9450 Wicker Avenue (US 41),St. John IN. Adults. Bring your favorite yarn or thread project and enjoy some great company while you create! All crafters are welcome, no matter what craft you enjoy! Registration required: visit www.lcplin.org/ branches/sj.htm or call 219-365-5379. Great Books Discussion Wednesday, February 21, 7:00pm - 8:00pm at the St. John Branch Library, 9450 Wicker Avenue (US 41),St. John IN. Adults. Join us for a discussion of some of the great writings of Western literature and how it can apply to us today. This month: “Self-Reliance” by Ralph

Waldo Emerson. Books available for purchase. Registration required: visit www.lcplin.org/ branches/sj.htm or call 219-365-5379. St. Catherine Hospital Auxiliary TJ Uniforms Sale Wednesday, February. 21 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at St. Catherine Hospital POB Conference Room, 4320 Fir St., East Chicago. For more information call 219-392-7030. Free Baby Class: Infant Massage and Baby’s Development Wednesday, February 21 from 7:00-8:30 p.m. at Community Hospital Fitness Pointe, 9950 Calumet Ave, Munster, IN. Therapists from Community Hospital’s Physical Therapy Department will provide an introduction to infant massage and answer questions about your infant’s development in the first year of life. FREE, but registration is required by calling 219-836-3477 or toll free 866-836-3477. Hartsfield Village Annual Health Fair Wednesday, February 21 from 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. at Hartsfield Village, 10000 Columbia Ave., Munster, IN. Over 20 vendors, some offering free hearing aid cleaning, free chair massages, and some vendors will be offering free samples. FREE, but registration is required by calling 219-836-3477 or toll free 866-836-3477. Bone Density Screening Wednesday, February 21. Screenings available from 9 to 11 a.m. at St. Catherine Hospital Radiology Department, 4321 Fir St., East Chicago. Determine risk related to osteoporosis. The bone strength screening is performed using the heel of the foot. Results are available the same day. FREE—to register, call 219-836-3477 or toll free 866 836-3477.

Thursday, February 22

Theatre at the Center Presents Steel Magnolias February 22 – March 25 at The Center for Visual and Performing Arts, 1040 Ridge Road, Munster, IN. Steel Magnolias is a hilarious and heart-warming play set in a Louisiana beauty shop, and inspired the 1989 film which starred Julia Roberts, Sally Field, Shirley MacLaine and Dolly Parton. Show times are 2 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays; 7:30 p.m. Fridays; 3:00 and 7:30 p.m. Saturdays; 2:30 p.m. Sundays; and select Thursday and Sunday evenings. Ticket prices range from $42 - $46; group discounts available. Call 219-8363255 or Tickets.com at 800-511-1552. Between the Lines Book Club Thursday, February 22: 10:15am - 11:30am at the Dyer-Schererville Branch Library, 1001 W. Lincoln Highway (US 30), Schererville, IN. Adults. The Between the Lines book club will be reading Remarkable Creatures by Tracy Chevalier. Copies of the book can be picked up from the circulation desk at the DyerSchererville branch library. Visit www.lcplin. org/branches/ds.htm or call 219-322-4731 for more information.

Friday, February 23

Towle Theater Presents Pageant Play Runs February 23-25, March 2-4, 8-11, 2018 at 5205 Hohman Ave., Hammond IN. Welcome to the hilarious, terrifying and surreal world of child beauty pageants. Glitz. Glamour. Kidnapping. Money. Really, really small false teeth. Tickets are $19, or season tickets are $60 ($15 per show). Visit www.towletheater.org or call the box office at 219-937-8780.

Saturday, February 24

St. Catherine Hospital Birthing Center Tour 10:00am at the St. Catherine Hospital Family Birthing Center, 4320 Fir St., East Chicago. This is an opportunity for expectant mothers to view our spacious labor and delivery suites, meet the staff and ask questions regarding their stay. Tours are free. Call 219-392-7900 to schedule your tour. For information visit our website at www.comhs.org.

Monday, February 26

Be Heart Smart 10:30am - 11:30am at the Dyer-Schererville Branch Library, 1001 W. Lincoln Highway (US 30), Schererville, IN. Adults. Many risk factors for heart disease can be prevented. A Purdue Extension Educator will help identify these factors and teach how to make simple changes to your daily routine to be more heart-healthy. Visit www.lcplin.org/branches/ds.htm or call 219-322-4731 for more information.


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Say I saw it in The Shopper Heater: DeLonghi $25; full length mirror, etched glass $15; slow cooker, lg. red $10; electric food chopper $5; new hand mixer, 3 spd $5. 708-460-6035 Speedqueen gas coin operated dryer $150 or offer 219-730-3370 Welder Lincoln and Hobart $250. Bob 219-316-5116 Nails, new in box, roofing, dr ywall, screws, fence, p o u l t r y, 1 2 D, s i n k e r s , common, 330 lbs. 708-2101711

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Fishing pole/ski container for car roof, expensive Thule brand, paid $400, sell for $200. 708-418-0725 2 pair steel toe boots, $65, sz 9, brand new. 219-895-0871 Scooter, electric, can go from MPH brand new, never used. Seat has back and arms. 708-941-3283 Wider home gym, settings 6.5# to 106.5#, exc. cond., manual and exercise chart, szie 76 x 38 x 59L $75. 708269-6094

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helping you. They however are under no obligation to give you any of their commission. Additionally, since the listing agent is representing the seller, they are on the other team and working against you with regard to the sale price and repair negotiations, so it could end up costing you more. BUYING NEW CONSTRUCTION. Builder pricing normally includes agent commissions. Reputable builders will not discount or undercut Realtors because they bring them a lion’s share of their business. So the bottom line is that although it is possible, you probably won’t save money if you choose not to hire an agent. This is beside the additional time spent and stress involved. You would not go into court without a lawyer or do your own surgery without a doctor… allow a professional to handle your real estate needs. Realtors do this stuff every day! If you are looking to buy or sell real estate call Mike Buder at RE/ MAX 2000 (708) 418-4444, E-mail: mikebuder@ remax.net, Website: w w w. B u d e r H o m e s . com. Facebook Friend request Mike Buder: your comments are always welcome.

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v Licensed through DCFS v Open from 6:30 am – 6:00 pm v 6 weeks – 5 years v Fenced in Playground v Christian Curriculum taught daily v Academics prepare children for The Village of South Holland iskindergarten at Calvary Academy a thriving community of Faith, Family and Future. The Village v Staff meets or exceeds DCFS boasts a workforce that embodies high ethical standards and responsiveness, with a relentless pursuit of greatness. Individualsrequirements joining our workforce are those with a commitment to integrity, v Cooks prepare breakfast, lunch professionalism, self-discipline, respect and a servant’s heart. and p.m. snack

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