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classically trained elgin symphony instructs to tri-cities music lovers. page 2

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Jim kendros talks about composers and how to listen to classical music Saturday at the Batavia Public library. The elgin Symphony orchestra is performing a “Four Seasons” concert at the Batavia Fine arts centre on Wedneday.

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BATAVIA – Batavia High School will present the play “Marvin’s Room” at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 24 to Jan. 26 at the Black Box Theatre at the Batavia Fine Arts Centre, 1201 Main St. Tickets are available on Tuesday online at www.BataviaFineArtsCentre.org and at the box office. Ticket prices are for general admission and are $12 online and $14 by phone and at the box office.

geneva american legion plans family night

GENEVA – The Geneva American Legion will have its family night from 5 to 7 p.m. on the third Thursday of each month. The event includes soup, sandwiches and chips for $5. The legion is at 22 S. Second St., Geneva. For information, call 630-232-2171.

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OUT AND ABOUT ‘Reading with Rover’ at Batavia library

BATAVIA – Children in first through fourth grade are invited to practice their reading skills by reading aloud to a specially trained therapy dog, from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Batavia Public Library, 10 S. Batavia Ave. The goal of the program, “Reading with Rover,” is to create a positive, non-threatening, and fun environment in which reading aloud is enjoyed. Parents can register their child for a 20-minute time slot. Registration is required and can be made in person at the library’s Youth Services Desk or by calling 630879-1393, ext. 500. Priority is given to Batavia Public Library cardholders for all programs requiring registration.

All-Canada Show at Pheasant Run

ST. CHARLES – The All-Canada Show is set from Thursday to Sunday at the Pheasant Run Mega Center, 4051 E. Main St., St. Charles. It will feature Canada’s fishing and hunting destinations. The show takes place from 5 to 9 p.m. Thursday, 3 to 9 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. The cost is $10 for adults and $8 for seniors 60 and older and those 13 to 16 years old. It is free to those 12 and younger. For information, visit www.allcanadashow.com.

Kane County Audubon Society to meet

ST. CHARLES – The Kane County Audubon Society invites those who love birding, nature and conservation to attend an upcoming monthly meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday. The meeting includes snacks and a nature-related raffle. The speaker and topic will be announced later. The group meets at 7 p.m. the second Wednesday of each month at the Hickory Knolls Discovery Center in St. Charles. Turn west onto Route 38 from Randall Road. Turn right onto Peck Road, then left onto Campton Hills Drive, and left (south) onto Lynn Drive, where a sign says “James O. Breen Community Park.” Proceed up long drive to large parking lot. The entrance drive to the Discovery Center is at the west edge of the lot. For more information, contact Bob Andrini at 630-5848386. The Kane County Audubon Society is the local chapter of the Illinois Audubon Society. The group meets monthly from September through May at the Hickroy Knolls Discovery Center. Visit www.kanecountyaudubon.org or www.illinoisaudubon.org for additional information.

A O.K. Comedy plans anniversary show

ST. CHARLES – The A O.K. Comedy second anniversary show is set for 9 p.m. Saturday at River Rockhouse, 106 Riverside Ave., St. Charles. The event features a stand-up comedy show and a live band. Among those featured will be Mat Elfring, Eric Rezendes, and Shaun Fitzpatrick. The cost is $10. For information, visit www.facebook.com/aokcomedy/events.

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Jim Kendros talks about composers and how to listen to classical music Saturday at the Batavia Public Library. The Elgin Symphony Orchestra is performing a “Four Seasons” concert at the Batavia Fine Arts Centre on Wednesday.

Symphony reaches out to local music lovers with concert, talk By JONATHAN BILYK jbilyk@shawmedia.com

BATAVIA – Jim Kendros doesn’t expect that everyone who attends one of his talks will suddenly morph into an expert on the musical classics. But Kendros, a composer, performer and lecturer on period music, believes that anyone willing to put in a little time can become an expert listener to music of all sorts. Saturday, Kendros shared his enthusiasm and knowledge of music, mixed with a hefty dose of humor, with a gathering of about 50 people in the meeting room at the Batavia Public Library. The talk, sponsored by the Elgin Symphony Orchestra, came in advance of the ESO’s inaugural Batavia concert on Thursday. The orchestra, which usually performs in the Hemmens Auditorium in Elgin, is slated to perform Vivaldi’s “The Four Seasons,” along with pieces from Tchaikovsky and Stravinsky, when it takes the stage at the Batavia Fine Arts Centre at Batavia High School Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Kendros, who is affiliated

with orchestras in Lake Forest and Northbrook, came to Batavia on Saturday as part of the ESO’s new Listening Club feature, which promotes upcoming performances and orchestral music, in general, by helping educate potential consumers of the ESO’s music on the forms, movements, orchestration and other details that enrich the various pieces that may be performed. “You don’t need musical aptitude to appreciate this, you just need a desire to learn,” Kendros said. He warned those attending Saturday’s talk, however, that the knowledge they amass could lead to unintended consequences. “From this day forward, you will now be considered by those in your social circles, by your friends, your family, your associates, as the resident expert on classical music,” Kendros said, drawing laughter from the audience. Kendros centered his talk on the pieces by Vivaldi and Tchaikovsky, drawing attention to programmatic elements in Vivaldi’s work and the thematic structure of Tchaikovsky’s. In Vivaldi’s piece, for in-

stance, the composer used his four concertos – titled Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter – to provoke imagery in the minds of listeners, using violins to create imagery of wind, singing birds and a murmuring brook, while using other instruments, such as violas and cellos, to evince barking dogs or gentle French bagpipes in the backcountry. Plucked strings also were used to represent the sounds of a crackling wood fire or of snow and icy rain splashing against windows. Kendros’ talk also included some demonstration of antique techniques for handling orchestral instruments. Wendy Evans, manager of outreach and education for the ESO, said the ESO concert and talks such as Saturday’s by Kendros are intended to reach out to Tri-Cities residents. Should the concert prove successful, the ESO may look at Batavia as a possible site for more regular appearances by the orchestra in the future. “There are a lot of music lovers down here, and the [Batavia Fine Arts Centre] is a beautiful facility,” Evans said.


By ASHLEY RHODEBECK

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Tom Schlueter of the Kane County Health Department recognizes his advice for people during flu season is simple and trite. Yet that doesn’t stop him from encouraging people to get a flu shot and to follow the three C’s: cover your cough, clean your hands and contain the disease by staying home when you’re sick. “It can be a challenge, but if we all stayed home when we were sick and didn’t spread the disease, fewer people would be out from work,” Schlueter said. The need to follow this

advice is highlighted by the number of cases already reported early this flu season, Schlueter said. And the incidents of flu are likely higher than the reported numbers, as many people don’t seek treatment from a doctor, he said. Flu symptoms are fever, cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, muscle aches, headaches, fatigue and vomiting and diarrhea, although those symptoms are more common among children than adults. Adults may be able to infect others a day before symptoms develop and up to a week after becoming sick. Flu viruses are believed to

be spread mostly by droplets made when infected people cough, sneeze or talk. According to the health department’s influenza surveillance summary for the week of Dec. 23, 8.94 percent of hospital emergency room visits was for flu-like illness, up from about 8.5 percent the prior week. Children 4 and younger reportedly accounted for 34 percent of the week’s total flu cases, and the 5- to 24-year-old group accounted for 35 percent. Last year, emergency room surveillance peaked in mid-March at 4.02 percent, according to the health department. Nationwide, the Centers

for Disease Control and Prevention reports incidents of influenza-like illness are nearing past peak levels during moderately severe seasons. It notes 29 states, including Illinois, are reporting high activity. The CDC reports the number of people seeing their health care provider for influenza-like illness has increased from 2.8 percent to 5.6 percent in four consecutive weeks. Last season’s relatively mild season peaked at 2.2 percent, according to the agency. With the season’s peak typically occurring in February and March, Schlueter said, people still have time

to protect themselves with a flu shot. It takes about two weeks for the vaccine to become effective, he said, describing it as the best protection against the flu. The CDC recommends that those 6 months and older should get a flu vaccine yearly, though some exceptions apply. The health department offers a flu shot indicator map on its website, www.kanehealth.com/flu_shots.htm. “We always say, ‘It’s never to late to get a flu shot,’ ” Schlueter said. And, he repeated, follow the three C’s. “Stop the flu,” he said, “it starts with you.”

Members of the St. Charles East boys swimming team pose at ME Salon in St. Charles on Saturday. Fifty members of the team got their hair bleached at the salon. Photo provided

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Lexington Club vote set for today ANTIQUE By ASHLEY RHODEBECK

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ST. CHARLES – The St. Charles City Council is expected to vote today on Lexington Club, a housing development proposed for a former industrial property on the city’s west side. Mayor Don DeWitte on Sunday said the developer requested action be taken. The vote will come nearly a month after the Planning

and Development Committee recommended the council reject an agreement allowing the developer access to about $6 million in tax increment financing funds to underpin the project. The committee did, however, recommend approval in May of the project’s preliminary plan, though it had a number of conditions. Plans call for a mix of single-family homes and townhouses on the former Applied

Composites site located north of Dean and State streets and between 12th and Sixth streets. Many residents have publicly opposed the development. Some even wrote the city, and those correspondences since May 14 are included in tonight’s agenda documents. Click the “Meetings & Minutes” tab at www.stcharlesil. gov to view today’s agenda. The meeting is set to begin at 7 p.m.

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gENEvA 61, ST. ChARlES EAST 49

Geneva overcomes STC North’s 3-point barrage By DENNIS D. JACOBS

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ST. CHARLES – The Geneva girls basketball team fired a lot of shots from virtually point-blank range Saturday afternoon and withstood a deadly long-range aerial attack by St. Charles North to win an Upstate Eight Conference River league battle, 6149. The Vikings (10-8, 4-2 UEC River) had little trouble getting the ball into the low post to 6-foot senior Sami Pawlak (21 points, 14 rebounds) and 6-foot sophomore Abby Novak (16 points, six rebounds). “We thought we’d have some mismatches,” Geneva coach Sarah Meadows said. “Sami is a strong post player. She can catch and go right to the basket. She did a nice job with that [Saturday].” The Vikings also took advantage of the size of 6-foot point guard Sidney Santos, posting her up at times. Santos also did a nice job running the offense, particularly in the final eight minutes, when she scored eight of her 14 points to help Geneva pull away from a 41-41 tie at the start of the fourth quarter. “I am starting to get more comfortable and everyone on the team is starting to get more comfortable with their roles,” Santos said. “This half of the season, we’re ready to show that, yeah, we’ve had our ups and downs, but Geneva’s nothing to sleep on.” Pawlak scored the first eight points of the game for the Vikings as they rolled to an early 12-2 lead. A driving basket by Santos put Geneva up 24-10 with five minutes left in the second quarter, but that’s when sophomore Sam Novak began almost single-handedly bringing the North Stars (5-13, 2-4) back into the game. Sam Novak, a 5-5 guard, came off the bench to score 20 points. She connected on four

Rena Naltsas – For the Kane County Chronicle

geneva’s Sami Pawlak pushes past St. Charles North’s Kyla helsel Saturday in St. Charles. 3-pointers in the first half, including one two seconds before the halftime buzzer that pulled North to within 29-24. “She’s had a pretty strong winter,” North coach Colleen Backer said. “She had a strong tournament at Dundee-Crown, too. She’s really been working a lot on her defense – a ton. She’s a good shooter. She’s a scorer. She’s always been a scorer, but she’s working really hard on her defense to get her there on the floor.” That’s not to say Sam Novak has been neglecting her offensive skills. “I came in early to shoot, which I like to do before games,” she said. “Today, Geneva, it’s a big game, so I just thought that I really wanted to

have a lot of confidence going in and just really turn it up. When our team is down, I feel they need me coming off the bench, so I just do my best.” Sam Novak hit a 3 from the right wing early in the third quarter to tie the game at 29. The Vikings went back up by six when Santos put back one of her seven rebounds, but a 3 from Alex Silverman and a pair of free throws by Sam Novak tied the game again at the end of the period. “They were so hot,” Meadows said of the North Stars. “We gave up six [3s] to [Novak] and at least three to [Silverman]. Defensively, we’ve got to get better. We put in a new zone and we’ve just got to work on it a little more. It’ll get

there.” The Vikings also re-instituted their diamond fullcourt press for part of the game, which Meadows and Santos agreed gave the team a spark. “I’m so glad that it’s coming back because it just gives us so much more energy,” Santos said. “It forces the other team to throw up quicker shots, [rather] than just sitting back and running their offense all the way through and get the shots they want.” Nicole Davidson scored 11 points and grabbed seven rebounds for North, which hosts Streamwood on Friday night in another conference clash. The Vikings will play the same night at Batavia.

COACH SLY’S CORNER On both the boys and girls sides of the UEC River, the table is set for a delightfully suspenseful second half of the conference hoops season. You can make a good case for Larkin, Geneva, St. Charles East and St. Charles North on the boys’ side. Larkin may be a slight favorite based on how the Royals played in the 2012 part of the schedule, but you still have to wonder if that early loss to Streamwood will come home to roost, and the Saints can deliver the Royals a big blow if East can do the job against Larkin on Thursday. Geneva still has both matchups left with Larkin and the Vikings have given the Royals fits the past few years (granted, this isn’t your older brother’s Royals). The Vikings are on the match toward a possible 20-win season. And then St. Charles North was probably the most impressive team in the area over the Christmas tourneys, going 3-1 to take fifth place at Pontiac. If the North Stars keep playing like that, you can book it that they’ll be a factor in the race, but North will have to show it can recreate that downstate magic once the conference grind starts back up. On the girls side, St. Charles East is 5-0 in the conference and alone in first, but you’ve got to wonder if the Saints can hold off the rest of the River if indeed their top scorer has left the building for good (kinda crazy that both the East boys and girls might be without their go-to scorers the rest of the way, albeit for much different reasons). If East slips, there isn’t much cushion with Streamwood, Batavia and Geneva all plenty capable of overtaking the Saints in the weeks ahead. Hoping the other conferences produce some drama, too, but it doesn’t look like the Kaneland boys or girls will have quite enough juice in the Northern Illinois Big 12 races. Maybe the Knights’ boys can be a surprise contender since that conference looks like it’s a little down this winter.


BOYS BASkETBAll: ST. CHARlES EAST 60, EvANSTON 57

By JAY SCHWAB

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folded, it was a lot better than good. When his relatively clean look from near the top of the key dropped, Gentry sprinted to the opposite end of the floor, where he was mobbed by teammates and other euphoric members of the student body. Gentry, who started Saturday but has come off the bench much of the season, is mostly known for his ball-handling and distributing prowess at this stage of his varsity career. His previous scoring high on the season was 12 points. “It was a pretty big jump,” Gentry said. “I think it’s the most I’ve ever scored. Once it got going, I didn’t want to stop. I just wanted to keep attacking.”

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Knights sweep Burlington Central in double-header By JARED BiRCHFiElD

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MAPLE PARK – Kaneland basketball teams used accurate free-throw shooting and overpowering defense to sweep Burlington Central during Pack the Place Night on Saturday. The girls team connected on 31-of-39 free throws to defeat the Rockets, 56–53, in overtime. The boys’ team outlasted Burlington, 38-30. Both boys teams managed a total of six baskets in the second half of the game. “It was ugly,” admitted Kaneland boys coach Brian Johnson. “ I like our defensive effort [Saturday] and that’s the best defense I’ve seen [Burlington] play. I think we should feel real lucky we came away with a win [Saturday night].” The girls game could have been called “Free Throw Fest” as the Rockets (14-3) also took frequent trips to the free-throw line, scoring on 25 of 33 attempts. “We’re not the biggest team,

so we have got to be aggressive on offense and one of the ways we measure that is how many times we get to the free-throw line,” said Kaneland girls coach Ernie Colombe. “So going to it 39 times [Saturday] shows a change from last night. We had a tough loss and only got two free-throw attempts.’ Kaneland’s Emma Bradford (12 points) was fouled while attempting a shot with 27.9 seconds left in regulation. She converted both free throws to give the Knights (10-6) a 44-42 lead. On the Rockets’ next possession, Alison Colby was fouled with 7.4 seconds to go. She connected on her two free throws to tie the game. The Knights were unable to get a shot off before time expired. Kaneland scored 10 of its 12 overtime points from the freethrow line, with Sarah Grams sinking six of them. Her first two at the start of overtime put the Knights back in front, 46-44.

Her last four cemented the win. “Pressure is what you put on yourself, so I just looked at it as any other free throw,” Grams said. The senior guard scored 10 points on the night, all from the charity stripe. Ashley Prost also scored 10 points. In contrast, the Kaneland boys (8-6) made only one free throw in the first half as both teams struggled on the offensive side. Kaneland led, 19-16, at the half as the teams combined for only 16 baskets in the first two quarters. Scoring became more infrequent in the second half. The Rockets’ Reed Hunnicutt swished the only 3-pointer of the game at the third period buzzer to give his team a 25-24 lead. Kaneland rallied at the start of the fourth quarter to regain the lead. A Limbrunner long jump shot from the right corner gave the Knights a 30-26 lead and was the last basket of the game.

A story from Tuesday’s girls basketball game between conference-leading St. Charles East and Batavia. The Saints, the lone remaining unbeaten team in conference play, have had to deal with adversity recently after leading scorer Paige Jordan opted to leave the team.

Friday

Coverage of Thursday night’s key, Upstate Eight Conference River boys basketball matchup between conference contenders Larkin and St. Charles East in Elgin. The Saints fell to the Royals earlier this season in St. Charles, and are likely to be without the injured Kendall Stephens.

Saturday

Coverage of Friday’s Batavia-Geneva girls/boys basketball doubleheader in Batavia. The Vikings swept a similar doubleheader earlier this season in Geneva, with the girls game coming down to the final minute.

PREP SCHEDULE TODAY Boys basketball: Wheaton Academy at Covenant Day (N.C.), 7 p.m. TUESDAY Boys basketball: St. Charles North at Bartlett, 7:15 p.m.; St. Charles East at Glenbard West, 7 p.m.; Joliet Catholic at Aurora Central Catholic, 7 p.m. Girls basketball: St. Charles East at Batavia, 7:15 p.m.; Rochelle at Kaneland, 7 p.m.; Rosary at Chicago Christian, 6:30 p.m.; Aurora Central Catholic at Marian Central, 6:30 p.m.; Burlington Central at North Boone, 7:15 p.m.; Guerin at St. Francis, 6:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Girls basketball: Wheaton Academy at St. Joseph’s (Calif.), 6 p.m.; Rosary at Aurora Central Catholic, 7 p.m.

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ST. CHARLES – The St. Charles East boys basketball program needed a reason to smile. Cole Gentry gave the Saints and their fans much more than a smile. The 5-foot-9, 145-pound sophomore incited bedlam Saturday night when his buzzerbeating 3-pointer capped a stirring individual performance in the Saints’ 60-57 win against Evanston. One day after word spread that East star Kendall Stephens plans to have season-ending surgery this month, Gentry served notice that the program’s upward trajectory will not come

to a screeching halt in Stephens’ absence. His game-winner, which came out of a timeout with 5 seconds remaining, gave him an improbable 30-point night. Gentry canned all six of his 3-pointers on the night and, perhaps most remarkably, scored all 15 of East’s points in the fourth quarter. Regarding the final shot, Gentry said “If you’re confident, you know you’re going to make that shot if you get it. That’s just how I went into that situation. I just figured, Kendall’s not here, why not me. Somebody’s got to step up, why not myself. I knocked it down. It was a good feeling.” Judging by the scene that un-

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Gentry electrifies crowd, wins game for STC East

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Dear Abby: Please help me spread an important message to people who receive Social Security or other federal benefits each month via one of the estimated 5.4 million paper checks each month. Starting March 1 the Treasury Department is requiring that Social Security, VA, SSI and other federal beneficiaries receive their benefits by ELECTRONIC PAYMENT. Senior citizens and other federal beneficiaries may choose either direct deposit or the Treasury-recommended Direct Express Debit MasterCard. This new payment method is NOT optional. It is the law. Besides saving taxpayers money, switching to electronic payments provides a safer, more convenient and cost-effective way for people to get their federal benefits than paper checks. Individuals who need assistance in switching to electronic payment can call the Treasury’s secure Go Direct Call Center at 800-333-1795. Our agents are specially trained to answer questions and complete the switch-over process in less than 10 minutes. We urge people not to wait until the last minute to make this important change. Thank you for your help, Abby. – Walt Henderson, Go Direct Campaign Director Dear Mr. Henderson: You have come to the right place. Dear Abby readers are the most caring and generous people in the world, and I know they will be glad to help us spread the word. Readers, if you or people you care about will be affected by this massive change in the way benefits are being distributed, please clip or copy this column and be sure those people are informed. And when you do, tell them that when they make the call, they must have ei-

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Count the winners to beat the contract

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Sebastian Vettel, who last November became the youngest ever Formula One Grand Prix driver to win three world championships, said, “As a driver, your target is always to be with the most competitive team possible.” As a bridge player, your target is always the number of tricks needed to make or to break a contract. When on defense, always ask yourself where your side might take those tricks – what I call the defensive target. In this deal, how should East defend against three no-trump after West leads the club queen? West might have made a takeout double on the first round, which would have shown four spades and four or more clubs. His point-count was low, but if he could have found a fit with his partner, maybe his side could have done well. North was a trick too strong for his threediamond rebid, but nothing else was better. And South went for the nine-trick game. It is common in no-trump to return your partner’s suit. (In a trump contract, this happens much less often.) Here, though, if East wins with his club ace and leads back the club nine, how many tricks will declarer take? Even if South is void in diamonds, he must have at least 10 winners: two hearts, seven diamonds and one club – not good. The only chance for the defense is to cash four spade tricks immediately. East should take his club ace and shift to the spade queen. Here, East and West take the checkered flag.


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