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Continued growth pushes Heartland Baptist to a new home
By Gail Peckler-Dziki CORRESPONDENT
It’s been a steady process of growth and movement for Pastor Aaron Barrett and his wife, Sheila. What began in their home in Round Lake Beach as a missionary effort and prayer meeting with two families has become a growing and vibrant church now located at 1350 Main Street in Antioch. It’s a large building that has been used as a health club and a teen activity center. Sheila said this Antioch location is perfect. “It’s right in the middle of places our members live. People come from Great Lakes, Lakemoor, Twin Lakes and Paddock Lake. A few minutes in either direction might now work.” The couple met in college
at Fellowship Baptist and their family grew right along with their church. Their seven children have been an integral part of the growth of Heartland Baptist, it’s been a family effort. The church moved from their home to the Avon Township building and then to a storefront in Lake Villa. More recently, the congregation met at the Chapel on the Hill on State Highway173 in Antioch. “But we outgrew it,” Pastor Barrett explained. “People would drive into the parking lot to attend our service and then drive right out because there was no room.” The caring and compassion of the congregation is one of the hallmarks of Heartland, so there was no move to go to
Pastor Aaron Barrett and wife Sheila enjoy the larger fellowship space in Heartland Baptist’s new home located at 1350 Main Street in Antioch.
two services. “It’s all about caring for each other,” Pastor Barrett said. “So we need to see each other and spend that time together as one body.” Services at Heartland share some commonalities with other Independent Baptist churches. The music is traditional; the Scripture is read in the King James Version, the teaching of Bible doctrine emphasized and the folks stand ready to help each other. “Recently, a young man had an accident and his car went under a school bus,” Pastor Barrett recounted. “No one on the bus was hurt and we are thankful for that. But that young man was hurt and he is a member of our congregation. Members of our church family took
turns sitting with him when his parents and wife were off at work. We made sure he was cared for.” Sunday School Starts at 9:30 a.m., followed by the regular Sunday morning ser-
vice at 10:30 a.m. On Sunday nights, there is Bible study and prayer at 6 p.m. Night worship and Patch the Pirate Club for children ages 4 to 12 years old both happen on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. There
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are women’s Bible studies every third Monday of the month. Visit http://heartlandbaptist.homestead.com/ or call 847-838-5147 for more information.
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Parents and grandparents sit down with Parks and Recreation staff to begin enrolling young students during the Summer Day Camp signup at the Parks and Recreation building, 806 Holbeck Dr., Antioch, on April 5. The popular camp features classes and outdoor activities including T-ball, soccer, flag football, “Lunch and Learn” and “All About the Alphabet” among other sports and classes for children from ages 2-10. Children gain confidence, independence, and meet other children their ages. For more information about the Summer Day Camp, contact Parks and Recreation at (847) 395-2160 or visit http://www.antioch.il.gov/ parks.cfm.
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WWII survivor to speak at Chain of Lakes Community Bible Church
JUDE KAIDER The Hi Liter
Looking more like an abandoned graveyard than the scene of a future cornucopia, the Antioch Community Garden, east of Main St. between Orchard St. and Depot St., awaits the first springtime gardeners on a gloomy and chilly April 3. The village garden started operation in 2011 and is open to anyone in the community, with or without a green thumb. Plot sizes are 10’ x 20’ with double-size plots also available. The facility is surrounded by a fence and has running water. Gardeners are encouraged to donate a portion of their harvest to a local food pantry. A $25 fee is required at time of application. Agreement forms may be picked up at the Antioch Village Hall, 874 Main St. For more information, contact the project coordinator, Melonnie Hartl, through email at melonnieh@hotmail. com or call 847-395-6963.
“Never Eat Alone” at Applebee’s The McHenry Area Chamber of Commerce next luncheon just for networkers “Never Eat Alone” will be at Applebee’s on Friday, April 11. They are located at 1700 N. Richmond Road in McHenry. For the all inclusive price
of $12, which includes tax, tip and non-alcoholic beverage, you can choose from any two of the following: soup, salad and sandwich. For an additional $1.19 plus tax, you can add a brownie bite for dessert. Should you be interested in attending, contact the Chamber
Office at (815) 385-4300 with reservations. Event is from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more information, contact Jane Manny, Events Director, McHenry Area Chamber of Commerce, firstname.lastname@example.org, (815) 3854300
On Wednesday, April 30, Chain of Lakes Community Bible Church will host speaker Edgar Harrell, a true American hero. Harrell, a WWII survivor, will tell the tragic story of the sinking of the USS Indianapolis, the largest casualty at sea in the history of the U.S. Navy and the last ship to be lost in WWII. The event begins at 7 p.m. and is free. Chain of Lakes Community Bible Church is located at 43 W. Grass Lake Rd., Lake Villa. Former U.S. Marine, Ed Harrell, survivor, tells the tragic story of the sinking of the USS Indianapolis on July 30, 1945. The sinking of the Heavy Cruiser Indianapolis was the largest casualty at sea in the history of the U.S. Navy. It sank in about 12 minutes. Eight hundred eighty (880) of the 1,197 aboard did not survive the sinking. Only 317 survived the four-and-one half days in the shark-infested waters. The Indianapolis had just made a record speed run from San Francisco to a B29 base on the Island of Tinian, in the Marianas. The cargo aboard was the components of the Atomic Bomb, which was to be dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima. Twenty-six days from the time that the cargo was loaded
aboard the Indianapolis, the war was over, the Japanese were aboard the Missouri. Harrell’s story has to do with his experience during those four-and-one-half days. Harrell abandoned the ship with only a Kapok life jacket and thus required swimming nearly constantly for the next four and a half days. It was estimated that some 900 men got off the ship, but many of these were injured from the explosion and fire and therefore did not last long in the water. Of the 80 men in the group that Harrell was in, some 40 did not make it through the second day, and there were only 17 alive the third day at noon.
It was an answer to prayer for water when a little cloud passed over dropping some much needed water, and on the third day finding a crate of half rotten potatoes. It was at the end of the fourth day that an airplane providentially spotted an oil slick on the water, and when they investigated they discovered that there were men scattered over a 75mile area. Rescue was called in and for the next 24 hours, only 317 of the 1197 would be rescued. For more information, contact: Chain of Lakes, Community Bible Church, (847) 838-0103, ext. 201, or e-mail email@example.com.
Pet vaccination clinic offered April 26 The Lake County Health Department/Community Health Center’s Animal Care and Control Program is providing an opportunity for pet owners to bring their dogs and cats to a low-cost pet vaccination clinic. The clinic is set for Saturday, April 26, in cooperation with the Vernon Hills Police Department at the department headquarters, 754 Lakeview
Parkway, in Vernon Hills. The clinic is held from 9 a.m. until noon. The clinic is a convenient and affordable way for any Lake County resident to keep pets up to date with shots and rabies tags. For information contact the Lake County Health Department’s Animal Care and Control facility at: (847) 9499925.
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COMMUNITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Annual Rummage. 455 S. Jefferson St. April 12th 8-2pm. Housewares, books, toys, clothes, furniture and much more! Proceeds go towards VBS. $3 bag sale 1pm-2pm. NO EARLY SALES. Lunch available. WANTING TO UPGRADE YOUR furniture? Why not sell your used items with an ad in the HI-LITER? It’s quick and easy. Call 262-728-3411 or Fax 262-7257702
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another event taking place around the same time in the community. Eco Fair The Environmental Commission will be holding the EcoFair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Antioch Elementary School Gym (AES-817 Main Street) in which many green technologies and services will be present for you to get information about. For more information on these events call (847) 3952160 or email at email@example.com.
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work for this year’s event has been planned by Public Works staff Tom Dvorak, Tanner Dowell and Scott Dewar. “We are very proud of the effort in past years and hope that the community will join us again to start this great tradition again” said Shawn Roby Director of Parks and Recreation. Saturday, April 26, will be an extremely busy day around Antioch. The Arbor Day event will coincide with
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The Village of Antioch is announcing the Arbor Day Celebration on Saturday, April 26. This year’s project will focus on the Gages Brothers Park and Hiram Buttrick Sawmill (770 Cunningham) starting at 9 a.m. and to noon. The main objective is to revitalize the park’s entry beds, tree rings, and remove any trash located around the facility. The majority of the ground
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On April 12, the Antioch Parks and Recreation Department will hold a bike resale in the Parks Building Gym from 8 to 11 a.m. This is an opportunity to sell any old working bike, an outgrown bike, scooters or bike accessories. If interested in selling, drop off bikes or accessories on Friday, April 11, from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Parks Building Gym. Any unsold items need to be picked up by noon on April 12. Ten percent of the selling price goes to the Village of Antioch Parks and Recreation Department. Call (847) 3952160 for more information.
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• Thursday, April 10 – Eat Well: The system that keeps our nation’s food safe and healthy is complex. • Friday, April 11 – Be the Healthiest Nation in One Generation: Best practices for community health come from around the globe. For more information about National Public Health Week, visit www.nphw.org.
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improving our nation’s health can be done with small changes to our daily routine,” said Patrick J. McNulty, MCDH’s Public Health Administrator. “We can all make a difference in helping people live healthier and longer lives.” NPHW messages will be focused on: • Wednesday, April 9th – Get Out Ahead: Prevention is now a nationwide priority.
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ters for Disease Control and Prevention states seven in ten deaths in the U.S. are related to preventable diseases such as obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease and cancer. Only three percent of health care dollars go toward prevention while 75 percent of health care dollars are spent on treating such diseases. “We need to recognize that
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ly accepted as a best practice across the country,” said Dr. Ted Testa, the Health Department’s Behavioral Health Services Director. “We intend for the Libertyville location to be a showcase for this change.” The Health Department’s Outpatient Mental Health Adult Services has an additional location at 3010 Grand Avenue in Waukegan. This program will continue to serve patients at its present location. To make an appointment at the Waukegan location, call: (847) 377-8180 or the Libertyville location, call: (847) 377-8855.
McHenry County Department of Health (MCDH) will join communities around the country in celebrating April 7 to 13 as National Public Health Week (NPHW) to draw attention to the need to help protect and improve the nation’s health. Since 1995, communities from across the country have celebrated NPHW each April to draw attention to the need to help protect and improve the nation’s health. This year’s theme is “Public Health: Start Here.” The Cen-
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“People with serious mental illness are dying 20 to 25 years earlier than the general population due to physical health problems such as diabetes, obesity, hypertension, tobacco-related disease and heart disease,” said Tony Beltran, the Health Department’s Executive Director. “The integration of primary care and behavioral health services at our Libertyville facility will address this health disparity. Coordination of care can save lives.” The Round Lake Park program currently consists of 15 clinical and support staff providing counseling and psychi-
Other events: • Multi-Chamber Block Party EXPO (B2C) Saturday, April 12, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. (free Attendance) • April 16, 5 to 7 p.m., Member Open House, Ryland Homes, Round Lake (free) • April 18, 7:30 a.m., Early Bird Breakfast: Social Media, Google+, Brady Gibson - Golden Corral • April 24, 5:30 to 7 p.m., Member Open House, American Outfitters (free) • May 2, 7:30 a.m., Early Bird Breakfast: Relationships, If You Build Them, Sales Will Come, Michael Darling • May 6, 5:40 p.m., Lake County Young Professionals, Light the Lamp Brewery, Grayslake
The Lake County Health Department/Community Health Center is moving its Outpatient Mental Health Adult Services program in Round Lake Park to a larger, renovated building near Libertyville. The program, located in leased space at the Avon Township building, 423 E. Washington St. in Round Lake Park, will close on April 10 and begin operations on April 15 at 18698 Peterson Road near Libertyville. In addition to mental health services, this site will also provide a primary care component in the near future.
Contact Lake County Chamber of Commerce, info@lakecountychamber. com. Schedule: 11:30 a.m. Networking; 11:50 a.m. to 1 p.m. - Programming. Fees/ Admission: $15 members in advance/$20 for walkins. $20 future members in advance / $25 for walk-ins.
• Lunch and Learn HootSuite, Social Media Dashboard, April 10, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.: Did you know that there is a free tool out there that will help you schedule and post to all your social media outlets with one dashboard? It is called HootSuite. Come learn about this key tool in social media and save yourself a Hoot worth of work. Anthony Haag, Marketing Manager at Visit Lake County will discuss the basics of using Hootsuite for your Social Media Posts, including setting up columns, searches, stats and more. Haag handles all of the Social Media Marketing Visit Lake County, which includes Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Youtube, and Google+. Haag recently won an Illinois Governor’s Conference Award for Best Social Media Marketing. This is the second time Haag and Visit Lake County have won the award, previously winning in 2009. Location: Tacos El Norte, 401 N. Route 21, Gurnee.
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