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Health department urges caution as additional cases of West Nile virus reported The DuPage County Health Department announced on Wednesday, Sept. 5, that there are now six human cases of West Nile virus (WNV) that have been reported in the county in 2018. This is an in-
crease of four human cases since earlier this month, and it is anticipated that the numbers will continue to increase over the coming weeks. The Health Department’s Person-
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eas, and multiple human cases of WNV disease in DuPage County. View the PPI at dupagehealth.org. Anyone who experiences symptoms that cause concern should contact their health care provider.
The Health department continues to monitor WNV activity by collecting and testing mosquitoes from traps located throughout the county from May through October, the West Nile virus season.
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Last week, all District 4 elementary schools were treated to assemblies led by dance along to world music. Pictured are students from Lake Park School dancing Steve Campbell of Dancing Drum, offering the students a chance to play drums and while others play the drums (behind the dancers). More photos inside.
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ESO 58th season opens Oct. 7 Season begins with ‘Bernstein Spectacular’
Be prepared for a season of spectacular music-making when the Elmhurst Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Music Director and Conductor Stephen Alltop, opens its 58th season of exhilarating musical adventures on Sunday, Oct. 7 at 3:00 p.m. at Elmhurst Christian Reformed Church with a concert of music that will make your heart sing. Soprano Michele Areyzaga joins the ESO in “Bernstein Spectacular” to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the legendary composer and conductor’s birth. Enjoy music from Mass, West Side Story, and Candide along with Aaron Copland’s Suite from Our Town. Also on the program is 2018 Stanger Young Artist Audition winner, violist Margaret O’Malley, playing Bruch’s Romance in F major. York Theater to screen ‘West Side Story’ To make the Bernstein experience complete, there will be a special showing of the movie “West Side Story” at the York Theater in downtown Elmhurst on Sunday, Sept. 23 at 3 p.m. Tickets are $12 and can be purchased at elmhurstsymphony. org, by calling the ESO Box Office at
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630-941-0202, or at the door. In keeping with its tradition of contributing to the community, the ESO will be accepting donations of nonfood items for the Elmhurst-Yorkfield Food Pantry at the concert. Concertgoers are invited to bring paper and cleaning products and personal care items for all ages of pantry clients. Concert tickets are $35 for adults, $32 for seniors, and $12 for students. Group and family rates available. Full and partial subscriptions to the 2018-19 season can be purchased on the ESO website, by calling the Box
Office, or at the October 7 concert. Subscriber benefits include purchase of additional single tickets for $25, free exchange of tickets (conditions apply), and subscriber-only special gatherings. For more information call 630-941-0202. Concert venue details Elmhurst Christian Reformed Church is located at 149 W. Brush Hill Rd. in Elmhurst. The church has accessible parking and facilities; parking is free. The
concert experience at ECRC is enhanced by the informative and lively discussion, Behind the Music Stand, led by audience favorite Dr. Ted Hatmaker, which takes place at 1:45 p.m. prior to the concert. The 58th season of the Elmhurst Symphony Orchestra is made possible in part by grants from the City of Elmhurst, the Illinois Arts Council (a state agency), the Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation, and 90.9FM WDCB, Chicago’s Home for Jazz.
Art museum to host panel discussion
On Saturday, Oct. 27 from 1-3 p.m., the Elmhurst Art Museum is holding a panel discussion in conjunction with The McCormick House and the Bauhaus Dream of Pre-Fabricated Homes. After recent restorations of the McCormick House, one of only three single family homes designed by Mies van der Rohe, scholarly panelists will assemble to shed new light on its importance, linking new research to the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus—a legendary German school where Mies was the final Director. Scholars such as Wolf Tegethoff, Barry Bergdoll, and Robin Schuldenfrei will connect Mies van der Rohe’s projects in Europe to the U.S.; the dream of prefab in the U.S. after several key German figures arrived in America (Mies, Breuer, Gropius, Wachsmann, and others); Mies van der Rohe’s collaboration with urban planner Ludwig Hilberseimer; general discussions about prefab designs; and more. Free with museum admission or current membership. This program is part of the Year of Germany-American Friendship initiated by the German Federal Foreign Office and the GoetheInstitut, and supported by the Federation of German Industries (BDI).
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Center for the Arts opens exhibition of festival in Oaxaca “Guelaguetza de colores,” an exhibition of international artists in celebration of Hispanic Heritage month. The exhibit opens Wednesday, Sept. 19 and continues through Oct. 19. There will be an artist reception and fiesta on Friday, Sept. 28, with music, art and refreshments. The event is free and open to the public.
About the festival Guelaguetza de colores is an homage to the pageantry of the Guelaguetza festival in Oaxaca, Mexico. During this annual festival, citizens in their regional costumes enjoy music, parades, and dancing and showcase their finest arts and crafts. Exhibit curator Karla Wong talked about the meaning of Guelaguetza in Mexico. “The word has Zapotec origin and is supposed to designate the action of offering, sharing or giving. In this celebration folk groups of the eight regions of the state participate, wearing and taking pride in their colorful costumes,” she said.
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About the artists Similarly, the artists of this exhibit intend to display their own outpouring of creativity as it relates to their Hispanic heritage. The exhibiting artists include (all are from Mexico, unless otherwise indicated): Lorena Bonilla, Alex Brightbill (Chicago suburbs), Mario Carrizosa, Carmina Cortes (Des Plaines), Noé Díaz Ibañez, Esperanza Gama (Chicago), Miriam Ladrón De Guevara, Dolores Leycegui, Guillermo Pacheco, José Luis Piña Morales (Chicago), Alejandra Villegas, as well as the show’s curator, Karla Wong from Addison. The Addison Center for the Arts gallery is located inside Addison Trail High School at 213 N. Lombard Road, Door #4, and is open Wednesday through Saturday from 1- 4 p.m.
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This piece is entitled, Not Afraid to Cross the Twilight Zone, an oil-on-canvas painting by Addison resident Karla Wong. It will be on display at Guelaguetza de colores, an exhibition of international artists in celebration of Hispanic Heritage month, which opens Wednesday, Sept. 19, and remains through Oct. 19.
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Addison Trail senior Guillermo Juarez is now a three-time High School All-American (overall) after placing 4th in the Junior Freestyle category and 5th in the Junior Greco-Roman category in the 100-pound division at the USA Wrestling U.S. Marine Corps Cadet & Junior National Championships. The event took place in North Dakota in July. Juarez also was recently invited to compete in the Mexican Nationals, where he finished in 2nd place in his division.
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[Left photo] Addison Trail senior Guillermo Juarez (right) competes in the USA Wrestling U.S. Marine Corps Cadet & Junior National Championships last July, where he earned two High School All-American honors. [right photo] Pictured here with Juarez is Addison Trail alumna Veronica Carlson who coached him during the USA Wrestling U.S. Marine Corps Cadet & Junior National Championships. Carlson competed for a spot on the 2012 and 2016 U.S. Olympic women’s wrestling teams.
Addison Trail senior earns certificate from WCA of North America Addison Trail senior Adrian Reyes has earned the Sawblade Certificate from Woodwork Career Alliance (WCA) of North America. To receive Adrian Reyes that recognition, Reyes had to pass the Skill Standards Basic Measuring and Layout evaluations, gain tool points by being tested on five tool
operations and take the WCA Sawblade written/online test. “Reyes is the first student from Addison Trail to earn his certification from the WCA,” said Jeff Angle, Addison Trail Career and Technical Education (CTE) teacher. “Through this achievement, Reyes is able to add something to his résumé and show he knows how to use certain machines and preform various tasks on them. This is becoming an industry-recognized certification.”
AECC plans 7th annual Fall Family Fair The Addison Early Childhood Collaborative (AECC) is hosting its 7th annual Fall Family Fair on Thursday, Sept. 20, from 6-8:30 p.m. at Army Trail School, 346 W. Army Trail Blvd. Admission is free to this event, which features refreshments, information for parents and fun activities for the whole family, including Touch-a-Truck and a teddy bear clinic. The AECC is a group of committed Addison-based and county-wide community partners working collaboratively to meet the needs of Addison families with young children.
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The Best Way to Stop the Sharp Pain of a Pinched Nerve Pinched sensory nerves may produce the following symptoms: • Pain • Sensitivity • Numbness • Tingling or prickling • Burning • Problems with positional awareness
There are three types of nerves in the body: 1. Autonomic nerves. These nerves control the involuntary or partially voluntary activities of your body, including heart rate, blood pressure, digestion, and temperature regulation. 2. Motor nerves. These nerves control your movements and actions by passing information from your brain and spinal cord to your muscles. 3. Sensory nerves. These nerves relay information from your skin and muscles back to your spinal cord and brain. The information is then processed to let you feel pain and other sensations. Because nerves are essential to all you do, pinched nerves can seriously affect your quality of life.
In some instances, people with pinched nerves will have symptoms that indicate pinching of two, or even three, different types of nerves. For instance, you might experience weakness and burning of your legs at the same time. To further complicate matters we don’t all develop the same way and different unexpected nerves can cause similar problems. This has made it very difficult to diagnose disorders caused by pinched nerves based on which nerve “should” cause what. That is, until now... Recent advances in technology that detects pinched nerves has led to more precise diagnosis for those people suffering with nerve damage disorders. And more precise diagnosis leads to better results... results which have been published in major medical journals. With data showing success rates as high as 88% some back surgeons are recommending their patients try this treatment first before having back surgery (for nerve damage that leads to back pain and sciatica). Your invitation for a comprehensive consultation and examination to pinpoint the cause of your nerve damage. All you have to do to receive a thorough diagnostic examination with the most advanced technology in the world and a comprehensive easy to understand report on your state of health is call 630-941-8733. Mention this article (CODE: IND43PNV1) and the consultation fee is just $43. But hurry, for obvious reasons – this is a time limited offer – with only 100 reader consultations available at this exclusively discounted rate. Don’t suffer a moment longer... Find out what is causing your pinched nerve, book a consultation now by calling
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Police Reports Area police departments recently reported the following arrests and citations. Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a conviction, and that suspects are considered innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law. Juveniles age 17-or-younger are not named. Addison Sept. 5 Police said that subsequent to a traffic stop in the 1-100 block of E. Lake at around 8:54 p.m., Juan C. Jacinto-Ramos, 26, of Addison, had a failure to appear warrant out of the DuPage County Sheriff’s Department for driving without a valid driving license, operating a vehicle while using an electronic communication device, and failure to properly secure a child under eight years old in a child restraint system. A 22-year-old Addison man was charged with domestic battery in the 600 block of Swift Road at around 10:06 p.m. Police said the suspect slapped a victim on her right cheek, pushed her down on the bed and held her head down as he was yelling at her. Sept. 4 A 45-year-old Chicago man was charged with domestic battery in the 100 block of S. Villa at around 11:20 p.m. Police said the suspect struck victim several times in the face, and dragged the victim by her hair into an apartment. A 19-year-old Addison man was charged with domestic battery in the 500 block of Stevens Drive at around
Lake and 2nd at around 12:41 a.m. Larry C. Jackson, 37, of Plainfield, was issued a village ordinance for possession of cannabis subsequent to a traffic stop near I-355 and Army Trail at around 6:20 p.m. He also was charged with driving while license suspended, failure to signal when reSept. 3 Alejandro Medina, 31, of North quired and no insurance. Riverside, was charged with DUI and driving without headlights near Aug. 30 Police said Jessica Hernandez, Swift and Corporate at around 9:10 26, of Glendale Heights, was found p.m. to have a failure to appear warrant out of the County Sheriff’s DepartSept. 2 Oscar Soriano, 22, of Cicero, was ment subsequent to a traffic stop near charged with DUI, failure to pro- North and Westmore at around 10:35 vide information to the owner after p.m. She also was charged with no striking unattended property, driving seat belt. while license suspended, improper lane usage and no insurance subse- Villa Park quent to a traffic accident investiga- Sept. 1 Christine F. Agostinelli, 48, of tion in the 1500 block of W. Lake at Delray Beach, Fla., was charged with around 5:02 a.m. Isaac Villanueva, 24, of Addison, theft, identity theft and forgery in the was charged with theft in the 1000 1-100 block of E. St. Charles on June block of N. Rohlwing at around 18. The original complaint and arrest 12:36 a.m. Police said Villanueva warrant were issued on Sept. 1. Matias Villa, 52, of Villa Park, was took money from numerous bank drops, depriving Walmart of its mon- charged with DUI, illegal transportation of alcohol and no insurance in ey. the 100 block of W. North at around 5:33 p.m. Sept. 1 A 31-year-old Villa Park man was Enelida Saucedo-Castrejon, 28, of Mt. Prospect, was charged with DUI, charged with two counts of domestic no valid driver’s license and failure battery in the 1500 block of S. Ardto yield in a private driver near Ad- more at around 7:41 p.m. dison and Michael at around 11:14 Aug. 31 p.m. Nita M. King, 40, of Chicago, was charged with retail theft and possesAug. 31 Wylliam N. Gomez-Garcia, 27, of sion of drug paraphernalia at a store Addison, was charged with DUI near at around 8:03 p.m. 11:25 p.m. Police said the suspect pulled a victim’s hair and threw her to the ground. The suspect then kicked the victim on her legs and back, and punched her in the face several times, according to police.
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EMH Foundation plans 14th annual Autumn Affair The Elmhurst Memorial Hospital (EMH) Foundation’s 14th annual Autumn Affair will be held Saturday, Sept. 22, at the Four Seasons Hotel Chicago, 120 E. Delaware Place in Chicago. A portion of the proceeds from the event will support Elmhurst Hospital’s purchase of the UroNav Fusion Biopsy System to assist in the timely and accurate diagnosis of prostate cancer and breast cancer. The event will begin at 6 p.m. with cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and silent
auction, followed at 7 p.m. by dinner, live auction with auctioneer Jim Miller and music by The DJ Firm. A variety of sponsorship opportunities are available, tables of ten or individual tickets can be purchased and businesses can donate items for the silent and live auctions. For tickets and more information, visit emhfoundation.org/autumnaffair. To donate items for the auctions, contact the Foundation at (331) 2210388 for information on auction donations.
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Aug. 27 Brenda Villa-Barajas, 23, of Cicero, was charged with two counts of DUI, driving an unsafe vehicle, failure to signal and no insurance near Route 83 and North at around 4:44 p.m. Agne Brazinskas, 32, of Palos Park, was charged with retail theft at Aug. 29 Jason H. McElhone, 46, of Bart- a store at around 2:25 p.m. lett, was charged with DUI in the 100 block of W. Home at around 3:58 Aug. 21 Theft was reported at a store at p.m. A 45-year-old Melrose Park man around 9:38 a.m. Police said an unwas charged with two counts of do- known suspect stole $60 cash which mestic battery on Aug. 27. The orig- was inadvertently left at a self-checkinal complaint and arrest warrant out register by the previous customer. were issued on Aug. 29. July 9-July 24 Theft was reported between 12:01 Aug. 28 Criminal damage was reported a.m. July 9 and 11:59 a.m. July 24. in the 600 block of N. Bierman at Police said an unknown suspect stole around 12:10 p.m. Police said an un- the license plate sticker from a vehiknown suspect damaged the cap of a cle while it was parked unoccupied in the train lot. fence post.
NOTICE OF PROPOSED PROPERTY TAX INCREASE FOR THE BENSENVILLE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT NO. 1 A Public Hearing to approve a proposed property Tax levy increase for the Bensenville Fire Protection District No. 1 for 2018 will be held on September 27, 2018 at 6:45 p.m. at the Bensenville Park District 1000 W. Wood Street, Bensenville, Illinois. Any person desiring appear at the Public Hearing and present testimony to the District may contact George Jeffries, Treasurer, P.O. Box 75, Bensenville, IL 60106, (630) 595-1909. The corporate and special purpose property taxes extended for 2017 were $241,681.00. The proposed corporate and special purpose property taxes to be levied for 2018 are $363,037.00. That represents 50.18% increase over the previous year. The property taxes extended for debt service and public building commission leases for 2017 were $0 (Zero). The estimated property taxes to be levied for debt service and public building commission leases for 2018 are $0 (Zero). This represents no change over the previous year. The total taxes for 2017 were 241,681.00. The estimated total property taxes to be levied for 2018 are $363,037.00. Published by Order of the Board of Trustees of Said District.
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Aug. 29-Aug. 30 Criminal damage was reported in the 400 block of S. Harvard. Police said an unknown suspect sliced two rear tires of a vehicle parked in a driveway sometime between 8:30 p.m. Aug. 29 and 7:30 a.m. Aug. 30.
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Cullerton’s budget transparency measure is now law A new Illinois law sponsored by State Senator Tom Cullerton (D-Villa Park) will mandate transparency and accuracy in the governor’s annual budget proposal. The governor recently signed Cullerton’s House Bill 5814, which will force all future governors’ offices to record late interest payments as a separate line item in agency appropriations. The law will paint a clearer picture of the state’s financial standing and slow the depletion of funding needed to provide vital services to Illinois residents. “All future governors will be forced to present realistic appropriations budgets in the future thanks to this bill,” Cullerton said. “We need to make sure governors, regardless of political party, do not attempt to hide behind phony numbers.” Currently, most late payment interest penalties accrue at a rate of 12 percent per month for bills unpaid after 90 days, while health care bills accumulate interest at a rate of 9 percent after 30 days. The interest penalties are paid
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from the same appropriation line, depleting the amount a state agency can spend for its operations. Cullerton’s measure forces the governor’s budget to include separate line item requests to for prompt pay interest payments. The comptroller’s January 2018 Debt Transparency Report confirmed that taxpayers owe approximately $887 million in interest penalties despite paying out over $140 million in penalties in 2017. “As legislators, we can’t negotiate a responsible budget when we don’t know how much money is owed or where it is going,” Cullerton said. “Utilizing responsible accounting practices in state government will allow the citizens of Illinois to know how and where their valuable tax dollars are spent.” This bipartisan measure is an initiative of Comptroller Susana Mendoza and is supported by the Better Government Association. House Bill 5814 passed the House and Senate with unanimous support and goes into effect immediately. [This was received from the office of State Senator Tom Cullerton.]
A new Illinois law will ensure service members’ rights are protected while they are serving our nation. State Sen. Tom Cullerton (D-Villa Park) sponsored Senate Bill 3547 which modernizes state military service member employment rights. The updates to the law protect modern operational reserve forces. This bipartisan measure was signed into law on Sunday and goes into effect Jan. 1, 2019. “It’s important that we ensure state laws are modernized with the growing needs of our military members,” Cullerton said. “While our service men and women are sacrificing their lives to protect our country they should not have to fear losing their civilian jobs.” Senate Bill 3547, known as the Service-Member Employment and Reemployment Rights Act, takes the following action: • Consolidates all Illinois laws providing Illinois service members employment protections; • Expands protections regarding military rights notifications and performance reviews during leave; • Adds definitions to resolve issues under existing laws, including the calculation of differential compensation; and • Combines enforcement within the Office of Attorney General. Cullerton served in the Army from
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1990 to 1993 as an infantryman. He continues to use his military experience to champion legislation to help military veterans, personnel and their families. “Our nation’s heroes continue to serve our great nation with honor, respect and continue to make countless sacrifices to protect our freedoms,” Cullerton said. “This new law serves as a small token of appreciation for all they do to keep us safe.” Senate Bill 3547 passed the Senate and House with unanimous support. It is an initiative of Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan’s office. “When military service members serve our country, they should not lose their civilian jobs at home,” she said. “This new law strengthens service members’ employment protections.” [This was received from the office of State Senator Tom Cullerton.]
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Shriners Parade celebrates Illinois’ Bicentennial On Aug. 26, District 88 and Addison Trail participated in the Addison-Medinah Shriners Parade and Bicentennial Bash. The first village-wide parade since 2008, the parade’s theme was “Addison Celebrates the Illinois Bicentennial.” Addison Trail High School was well-represented, as members of the Marching Band, Color Guard, Orchesis Team, Cheerleaders, Blazettes, Football Team and Student Council marched and performed during the event. District 88 Board of Education members Jay Irvin and Mark Turk rode in the parade, along with District 88 Superintendent Dr. Scott Helton and Addison Trail Principal Michael Bolden. Roesch Ford in Bensenville provided the vehicles for the Board. The district and school had an informational booth during the Bicentennial Bash to share with community members the events and programs at District 88.
Sheth welcomed to Trine MPAS program Trine University welcomed its first Master of Physician Assistant Studies class with a special ceremony at the university’s Health Sciences Education Center in Fort Wayne on Aug. 31. Soniya Sheth of Addison was among the 28 members of the MPAS Class of 2020 welcomed by Earl D. Brooks II, Ph.D., Trine president and others. Each member then received a stethoscope from the MPAS faculty.
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(Top row) District 88 Board of Education members Jay Irvin and Mark Turk ride in the Addison-Medinah Shriners Parade on Aug. 26, along with District 88 Superintendent Dr. Scott Helton, Addison Trail Principal Michael Bolden and AT students. The vehicles were provided by Roesch Ford in Bensenville. (Middle row): The Addison Trail Marching Band and Color Guard perform during the parade. (Bottom left): The Addison Trail Blazettes carry the parade banner during the event. (Bottom right): The Addison Trail Cheerleaders perform during the parade.
Addison Park District events Friday, Sept. 14 from 6:30 - 10 p.m. Kids Night Out Come to the Community Rec Center for the Addison Park District’s Kids Night Out. Kids from ages 5-12 years are invited to enjoy activities all night long while parents can have their own free time. There will be gym time, music, crafts, and a movie. Bring pillows and a blanket and get comfy while watching the movie. Advanced registration is required. Fee: $25R/$35NR. To register, call (630) 233-7275 or visit addisonparks.org. Code: 402243-01 Sunday, Sept. 16 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Fishing Derby at Wood Dale Grove Lake The Addison Park District and the Forest Preserve District of DuPage County have teamed up for a fishing derby at Wood Dale Grove Lake. Prizes will be awarded to the kids who catch the biggest fish. Awards Ceremony will be held at 11:15 a.m. Space is limited, so register early. For ages 3-15 years.
Fee: $6. To register, call (630) ing invasive weeds, planting trees, 233-7275 or visit addisonparks.org. removing trash, having fun and getCode: 402210-01 ting back to nature. An appreciation cookout will immediately follow the Sept. 16-22 event for all volunteers. (above) The Addison Trail Orchesis Team participates in the AdFall Into Fitness and Teacher This event is sponsored by the dison-Medinah Shriners Parade on Aug. 26. (below): Pictured is the Appreciation Week Parks & Recreation Foundation of Addison Trail Student Council float. Club Fitness Open House the Addison Park District. Call to Come out to celebrate the health register your volunteer group: (630) and fitness teachers. Stop by Club 233-7275, option 2. Fitness for free health screenings, enter raffles for prizes and learn the Friday, Oct. 5 from 5-9 p.m. latest from health vendors. Park District’s Family Night • Free admission to Club Fitness Families are invited to enjoy an all week long. evening of activities at the Army • Health-related vendors onsite all Trail Nature Center. Explore the naweek. ture trail on a wagon, make S’mores • Sign up for a membership or re- at the camp fire, play a sports and fer a friend during this week and re- games and end the night with a Halceive five extra buddy passes. loween movie. • New members who sign up and Wagons rides will end at 7 p.m. pay in full for any membership will and the movie will begin at sunset. receive one month free. Admission is free and concessions will be available for $1 per item. Saturday, Sept. 22 FREE for the whole family, all ages from 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. welcome. Park Pride Day No registration required. Roll up your sleeves and come For more information about any of to the Army Trail Nature Center to the above programs, call (630) 233take pride in the local parks by pull- 7275 or visit addisonparks.org.
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Former president of Elmhurst College died in Lancaster, Pa. Dr. Ivan E. Frick, 90, of Lancaster, PA, and formerly of Elmhurst, died on Saturday, August 25, 2018, at Willow Valley Communities. Born in New Providence, Pa., he was the son of the late Charles G. and Lillie M. Frick. He was married to the late Ruth H. Frick for more than 64 years. A 1945 graduate of Lampeter High School in Pennsylvania, Dr. Frick received his bachelors’ from Findlay College in Ohio in 1949. He held theological degrees from Lancaster Theological Seminary in 1952 and
from the Graduate School of Theology at Oberlin College in 1955. He earned his Ph.D. from Columbia University/Union Theological Seminary in 1959. Dr. Frick lived a life of service to church-related colleges and to his church. Ordained as a minister in 1951, he pastored churches in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, then taught theology, religion, and philosophy at Findlay College (now the University of Findlay). After being appointed assistant to the president in 1963, he served as Find-
lay’s president from 1964–1971. His tenure saw the restoration of the College’s accreditation, an improvement in its financial health, and an expansion of its physical plant through the construction of four buildings. Among numerous awards and degrees from Findlay, he received a Doctor of Humane Letters in 1976. His tenure at Elmhurst College In November 1971, Dr. Frick assumed the presidency of Elmhurst College. He and his wife Ruth, the College’s First Lady, served in their roles
until 1994. Upon their retirement, Elmhurst renamed the College Union building The Frick Center in honor of their leadership. As president, Frick developed new programs for non-traditional students, achieved 22 years of balanced budgets, expanded the endowment from $750,000 to $34 million, and led the construction of two, and renovation of seven, campus buildings. Dr. Frick took leadership positions with numerous professional associations in higher education and was a Paul Harris Fellow of Rotary International. He enjoyed reading (especially in German) and genealogy. Throughout his lifetime, he was an active church member: first, in the Churches of God, General Conference and, later in life, the United Church of Christ. He is survived by his children: son, David Frick, Albany, Calif.; son, Daniel, husband of Tamara Goeglein, Lancaster; daughter, Susan, wife of Ronald Searl, Westmont; sister, Esther Schneider, Quarryville, Pa.; brothers: Paul Frick, Lancaster, and David, Zanesville, Ind.; and five granddaughters:
Rachel and Sarah Foster and Eleanor, Evelyn, and Lillie Frick. Ivan was preceded in death by his beloved wife Ruth and his siblings Lillian Frick Raihl and Charles, Walter, Richard, and Robert Frick. Two memorial services planned There are two memorial services planned for Dr. Frick. The first will be held on Saturday, Sept. 15, at 2 p.m. at Santee Chapel, Lancaster Theological Seminary, 555 West James Street, Lancaster, Pa. A second service will be held on Saturday, Oct. 13, at 11 a.m. at St. Peter’s United Church of Christ, 125 West Church Street. A reception will follow both services. In lieu of flowers, Memorial Gifts may be made to the Frick Endowed Book Fund of Elmhurst College online at elmhurst. edu/give (under “Area of Support” select “Frick Endowed Book Fund.”) You may also make your gift by calling the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at (630) 617-3600. Please visit Dr. Ivan Frick’s Memorial Page at TheGroffs.com.
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LEGAL NOTICE/PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Tuesday, October 2, 2018 at 6:30 P.M., the Community Development Commission of the Village of Bensenville, Du Page and Cook Counties, will hold a Public Hearing to review Case No. 2018 – 19 to consider a request for: Conditional Use Permit; Athletic facilities, indoor/outdoor Municipal Code Section 10 – 9A – 3. 472 Country Club Drive is in an I – 1 Office/Research/Assembly/Industrial district. The Public Hearing will be held in the Village Board Room at Village Hall, 12 S. Center Street, Bensenville, IL. The Legal Description is as follows: LOT 8 IN O’HARE METROPOLITAN INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT UNIT 2 A RESUBDIVISION OF PARTS OF LOTS 1, 2, 3, 8 AND 10 AND ALL OF LOT 9 IN HENRY D FRANZEN’S DIVISION OF LAND IN SECTION II, TOWNSHIP 40 NORTH, RANGE 11, EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT OF SAID O’HARE METROPOLITAN INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT UNIT 2 RECORDED SEPTEMBER 14, 1971 AS DOCUMENT R7148718 IN DUPAGE COUNTY, ILLINOIS. PIN: 03-11-308-035. Commonly known as 476 Country Club Drive, Bensenville, Illinois. 476 Country Club Drive L.P. LLC of 476 Country Club Drive, Bensenville, IL 60106 is the owner and FGFY Sports LLC of 472 Country Club Drive, Bensenville, IL 60106 the applicant for the subject property. Any individual with a disability requiring a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in any public meeting held under the authority of the Village of Bensenville should contact the Village Clerk, Village of Bensenville, 12 S. Center St., Bensenville, IL 60106, (630) 766-8200, at least three (3) days in advance of the meeting. Applicant’s application and supporting documentation may be examined by any interested parties in the office of the Community and Economic Development Department, Monday through Friday, in the Village Hall, 12 South Center Street, Bensenville, IL 60106. All interested parties may attend and will be heard at the Public Hearing. Written comments will be accepted by the Community and Economic Development Department through August 7, 2018 until 5:00 P.M. Office of the Village Clerk Village of Bensenville (Published in the Addison Independent, Bensenville Independent & Villa Park Independent Sept. 13, 2018) 326683
LEGAL NOTICE/PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Tuesday, October 2, 2018 at 6:30 P.M., the Community Development Commission of the Village of Bensenville, Du Page and Cook Counties, will hold a Public Hearing to review Case No. 2018 – 20 to consider a request for: Conditional Use Permits, Motor Vehicle Repair, Major and Minor and Outdoor Sales and Display Municipal Code Section 10 – 9B – 3 and; Variations; Frontage Strip and Island Strip Municipal Code Section 10 – 12 – 2B. at 1001 West Foster Avenue in an existing I – 2 Light Industrial District. The Public Hearing will be held in the Village Board Room at Village Hall, 12 S. Center Street, Bensenville, IL. The Legal Description is as follows: LOT 1 IN O’HARE METROPOLITAN INDUSTRIAL DFISTRICT BEING A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF SECTION 11 TOWNSHIP 40 NORTH RANGE 11 EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED JULY 20, 1970 AS DOCUMENT #R70 – 24289 IN DUPAGE COUNTY ILLINOIS. PIN: 03–11–104–008. Commonly known as 1001 West Foster Avenue, Bensenville, IL 60106. UBM RE Holding LLC of 405 35th Avenue NE, Minneapolis MN 55418 is the owner and CIT Trucks of 200 W. Northtown Road, Normal Illinois is the applicant for the subject property. Any individual with a disability requiring a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in any public meeting held under the authority of the Village of Bensenville should contact the Village Clerk, Village of Bensenville, 12 S. Center St., Bensenville, IL 60106, (630) 766-8200, at least three (3) days in advance of the meeting. Applicant’s application and supporting documentation may be examined by any interested parties in the office of the Community and Economic Development Department, Monday through Friday, in the Village Hall, 12 South Center Street, Bensenville, IL 60106. All interested parties may attend and will be heard at the Public Hearing. Written comments will be accepted by the Community and Economic Development Department through October 2, 2018 until 5:00 P.M. Office of the Village Clerk Village of Bensenville (Published in the Addison Independent, Bensenville Independent & Villa Park Independent Sept. 13, 2018) 326685
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THIS ONE HAS IT ALL!
THIS ONE HAS IT ALL!
This custom Newer Construction home has SO much more to offer than most cookie cutter homes. Potentially 6 Bedrooms and an awesome family friendly entertainer’s layout in a totally private cul-de-sac setting in Yorkfield. This home is solid as a
This custom Newer Construction home has SO much more to offer than most cookie cutter homes. Potentially 6 Bedrooms and an awesome family friendly entertainer’s layout in a totally private cul-de-sac setting in Yorkfield. This home is solid as a rock w/ gleaming HWD floors, solid core 6 panel doors/trim, Open Concept design w/ a Chef’s kitchen w/ newer granite & an over-sized island looking into huge informal dining/family rooms & private/mature landscaped backyard. The upstairs offers a Master Suite Wing w/ Separated His/Her WIC & Master En Suite Spa Bathroom w/ new Quartz CTs. $649,900
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373 Alexander, Elmhurst
373 Alexander, Elmhurst
Very well maintained 2 story in highly sought after College View location. Very large lot w/invisible pet fence and 2 transmitters. All solid oak doors. 2nd floor with spacious master suite w/master bath, 2 large bedrooms, full hall bath,
460 Prospect, Elmhurst
460 Prospect, Elmhurst
Very well maintained 2 story in highly sought after College View location. Very large lot w/ invisible pet fence and 2 transmitters. All solid oak doors. 2nd floor with spacious master suite w/ master bath, 2 large bedrooms, full hall bath, custom tray ceilings. Main floor full bath and bedroom. Open floor plan. Fireplace in living room. Eat in area in kitchen. Finished lower level with half bath and possible 5th bedroom, dry bar w/custom lighting, sound system and plenty of storage. New LG programmable washer/dryer. Various WiFi outlets and WiFi light switches throughout. WiFi programmable thermostats. $579,900
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In the Heart of Elmhurst!
In the Heart of Elmhurst!
Don’t miss out on this center of town Colonial situated on a double lot and walking distance to downtown Elmhurst, Metra, Award winning schools, and all Elmhurst amentities! Separate formal dining room and living room with fireplace. First floor
$579,900 OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 1-3PM
You’re sure to be impressed w/ this ‘Southern Living’ gem w/ custom fluted trim on all 3 floors, separate formals, 1st floor laundry/mudrm, eat-in kitchen, 1st floor family rm, & custombuilt fireplace mantels. 4 BRs up, 3 w/ direct bathroom access, $625,000
Don’t miss out on this center of town Colonial situated on a double lot and walking distance to downtown Elmhurst, Metra, Award winning schools, and all Elmhurst amentities! Separate formal dining room and living room with fireplace. First floor family room addition. 4 bedrooms up plus a first floor office or potential 5th bedroom/in-law arrangement. Bathrooms on each level, including basement. Hardwood floors, updated kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliance package. 2 car attached garage. 100x150 Lot! $559,900
Danby Woods Gem!
Danby Woods Gem!
Picturesque 2 Story with English flair. A beautiful fireplaces frames the LR w/ dark stained HW floors, unique etched windows & coved ceiling. Pride of ownership throughout. Open floor plan kitchen w/ center island flows into 1st floor FR w/ great views of professional landscaped yard & garden areas. New flag stone walk & entry landings welcomes you into front & side entry doors. LR & Kitchen newly painted. Major updates include new roof, gutters, & downspouts. BSMT finished with space for office or children’s playroom. Located steps from the Prairie Path. Walk to town, train, library, parks, schools, and more! Nothing to do but move right in! $574,900
You’re sure to be impressed w/ this ‘Southern Living’ gem w/ custom fluted trim on all 3 floors, separate formals, 1st floor laundry/mudrm, eat-in kitchen, 1st floor family rm, & custom-built fireplace mantels. 4 BRs up, 3 w/ direct bathroom access, 3 fireplaces, one w/ dual exposure to the master BR & master bath. 2 magnificent libraries, a lower level in-law arrangement w/ private bath & wet bar w/ sink, fridge & dishwasher. Covered porch & 2nd floor veranda overlooking a expansive paver brick patio & large yard w/ irrigation & impressive landscaping, a heated 2 car attached garage w/ epoxy floors, & charming Coach House! $625,000
Award Winning Schools!
Award Winning Schools!
Take advantage of award-winning 205 school district, park district, & library. Everything is finished w/ over 1500 sq ft of living space. Hardwood floors in living room, Solid recessed panel interior doors, Oak trim throughout. 3 bedrooms on $324,900
Take advantage of award-winning 205 school district, park district, & library. Everything is finished w/ over 1500 sq ft of living space. Hardwood floors in living room, Solid recessed panel interior doors, Oak trim throughout. 3 bedrooms on upper level w/ hardwood under carpeting, 1-1/2 bathrooms, eat-in kitchen w/ granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, & new tile floor. Spacious family room w/ quarry tile floor. Large laundry room w/ access to fenced backyard w/ patio & garden containing perennial fruit & herb plants. Detached over-sized 2.5 car garage. This fabulous tree-lined neighborhood is close to shopping & parks. $324,900
Castle on Hill Avenue
Island Construction’s finest masterpieces, this 2014 built palatial estate in sought after Cherry Farm will blow you away. An exquisite stone exterior with 2-story foyer welcomes you to 376 S Hill. With almost 10k SF of finished living space, this $2,185,000
NEW LISTING! Castle on Hill Avenue
Island Construction’s finest masterpieces, this 2014 built palatial estate in sought after Cherry Farm will blow you away. An exquisite stone exterior with 2-story foyer welcomes you to 376 S Hill. With almost 10k SF of finished living space, this entertainer’s dream leaves nothing to be desired. Over the top finishes, trim and ceiling detail, imported tile, highly upgraded countertops and appliances, state of the art smart features include 15 zones of sound, smart lighting system, 7 security cameras, and a hotel-like master suite are just a few of the features that will make you feel like you’re on vacation every day. 7 bedrooms - all w/ attached baths, 5.5 baths, 4 car garage w/ lift, paver brick driveway, outdoor kitchen, heated salt water pool w/ cabana house, & a zip line across your 312 ft deep lot! The finished basement was done in 2016 & includes a full bar, wine cellar, poker room, bed & full bath, exercise studio, media rm, stairs to garage & tons of storage! $2,185,000
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Great Opportunity Awaits!
Great Opportunity Awaits!
This beautiful home located on quiet cul-de-sac is just what you have been searching for. A fantastic floor plan - 2-story living room, great entertaining space in your open-concept kitchen and family room complete with fireplace and slider to $364,999 FIRST OFFERING!
This beautiful home located on quiet cul-desac is just what you have been searching for. A fantastic floor plan - 2-story living room, great entertaining space in your open-concept kitchen and family room complete with fireplace and slider to your patio and tranquil backyard retreat. Escape upstairs to your massive Master with volume ceilings, large walk-in closet, and ensuite with soaker tub, separate shower and dual sinks. Location can’t be beat just steps to parks and playgrounds, bike trails, White Pines golf course, schools, and major transportation routes. $364,999
New construction steps from Lincoln school, York HS, Prairie Path, & the Spring Rd Bus District. 4000 SF, 10’ first floor ceilings, 2-story foyer, 1st floor office, mudroom with cubbies & sink, white custom kitchen w/ island, farmhouse sink, & $1,099,900 Close to Finishing
Lincoln School Luxury
Lincoln School Luxury
Luxury home in Lincoln school by reputable, long-time Elmhurst builder. Highly appointed interior w/ wainscoting, HW floors throughout, coffered & trayed ceilings, Kohler plumbing fixtures, designer light fixtures, Wolf range & double $1,024,900 NEW PRICE!
Luxury home in Lincoln school by reputable, longtime Elmhurst builder. Highly appointed interior w/ wainscoting, HW floors throughout, coffered & trayed ceilings, Kohler plumbing fixtures, designer light fixtures, Wolf range & double oven, SubZero fridge & handcrafted/custom cabinetry. Formal dining rm, study, walk-in pantry, large mudrm, & open family rm w/ fireplace round out the 1st floor. Upstairs are 4 beds, laundry, homework/reading loft, & master suite w/ separate shower, soaking tub, dual sink vanity & makeup counter + 11x11 WIC w/ custom closet system. Below is a fully finished basement with wet bar, rec room, 5th bedroom, & flex/exercise rm. $1,024,900
First Time Buyer
First Time Buyer
This Elmhurst split level boasts over 2,800 SF of finished living space w/ 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, a 2.5 car garage, newly remodeled eat-in kitchen, & new carpet/paint. The LL has a huge walkout family rm to the fenced back yard, $384,900 NEW PRICE!
COMPLETED new construction in Crescent Park. Loaded with features you won’t find in other new homes – irrigation system, professional landscaping & smart technology - lights/ HVAC/audio/security. Steps from the Prairie Path & walking
COMPLETED new construction in Crescent Park. Loaded with features you won’t find in other new homes – irrigation system, professional landscaping & smart technology - lights/HVAC/ audio/security. Steps from the Prairie Path & walking distance to restaurants, Washington Park & Blue Ribbon Edison/Sandburg schools. The home features an inviting front porch, wide plank hardwood floors throughout, walk-in food pantry & butler’s pantry, chef’s kitchen with massive island with veggie sink, 1st floor office, 4 beds up with 3 full baths, master suite with his/her WIC’s & spa bath, + coveted 3 car attached garage. $1,149,900
New construction steps from Lincoln school, York HS, Prairie Path, & the Spring Rd Bus District. 4000 SF, 10’ first floor ceilings, 2-story foyer, 1st floor office, mudroom with cubbies & sink, white custom kitchen w/ island, farmhouse sink, & highend SS apps, butler’s pantry, walk-in pantry, 1st floor full bath, 2nd floor laundry, family room w/ fireplace & built-ins, 3 car garage, 4 beds up, master suite w/ spa bath w/ huge shower & soaking tub, Anderson windows, Moen plumbing fixtures, designer light fixtures, quartz counters, 5” wide HWF’s, custom millwork, wainscoting, crown, & coffered/trayed ceilings throughout. Delivering soon!
This Elmhurst split level boasts over 2,800 SF of finished living space w/ 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, a 2.5 car garage, newly remodeled eat-in kitchen, & new carpet/ paint. The LL has a huge walkout family rm to the fenced back yard, bedroom & a new spa-like bathroom. 3 oversized bedrooms up w/ double closets & another large full bathroom. Finished bsmt rec space, storage, & laundry room. In south Elmhurst w/ easy commuter access to highways/ airports, Elmhurst schools, & Oak Brook mall. Two generations have lovingly cared for & maintained this home. $384,900
Unique English Tudor!
Unique English Tudor!
This Story Book English Tudor built in 1926 includes 5 bedrooms, 3 baths w/ over 3,100sf of living space. Beautiful dark hardwood floors on the 1st & 2nd floor. Additional features include unique aggregate brick masonry w/ lannon
$1,149,900 NEW PRICE!
This Story Book English Tudor built in 1926 includes 5 bedrooms, 3 baths w/ over 3,100sf of living space. Beautiful dark hardwood floors on the 1st & 2nd floor. Additional features include unique aggregate brick masonry w/ lannon stone highlights that enhance this home’s architecture. A beautiful blue/green slate roof w/ wide copper gutters frames the dramatic gable ends & dormers providing texture & interest for this one of a kind well maintained home. Walk to town, train, Wilder Park, Library, Elmhurst Art Museum, & Award winning schools! $990,000
245 Winthrop, Elmhurst
This is your chance to live on one of the most prestigious streets in town. Walk your kids to award-winning Elmhurst schools, Wilder Park, downtown restaurants & shops, & much more. Host the largest of family parties in your amazing DR $1,599,000
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245 Winthrop, Elmhurst This is your chance to live on one of the most prestigious streets in town. Walk your kids to award-winning Elmhurst schools, Wilder Park, downtown restaurants & shops, & much more. Host the largest of family parties in your amazing DR that shares a brick FP w/ your chic LR. Relax in the cozy FR that opens to your elegant kitchen. Enjoy a coffee on the balcony off the master BDRM, iced tea on the front patio or a beer on the back patio where you can watch TV on the big screen almost all year round thanks to the outdoor fireplace. Everyone can create their own retreats upstairs among the 4 large BDRMs & 3 opulent, full baths. Send the kids to play in the sports court that’s part of the 4-car garage or downstairs in the full, finished BSMT so you can get work done in the office. Play catch in the large front or back yard! Seize this rare opportunity to own over 4600 SF of luxurious living on a huge (75x203) lot in the heart of Elmhurst! $1,599,000
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EXPANSIVE OUTDOOR TERRACES Welcome home to Elmhurst One 95. Each residence features a large open floor plan, 3 bedrooms + den, 2.5 baths, soaring 10’ ceilings and expansive outdoor terraces. Residences starting at $799,900.
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A dream come true
By Leslie Hamric Excitement twirled inside me on a Friday night in May, 1985. This was my first orchestra concert. Guided to my chair by my stand partner, I sat down and got my cello into position. Having started lessons at the beginning of third grade, I later memorized four pieces from audio recordings made by the conductor weeks before, so I felt prepared. Suddenly, a hush fell over the audience, followed by silence. Before long, we were playing the first notes of “French Folk Song.” Then we played our other three pieces: “Long, Long Ago,” “Chorale,” and “Ready, Steady, Go.” It was pure heaven performing with the group. My cello and I were one. While listening to the performances of the other two orchestras, I was filled with pride and accomplishment. Setting a new trend as the first blind person in the district’s orchestra program meant everything to me. With appropriate training, planning, and teamwork, I knew could do this! Performing in my first concert went so well that, now, I had a big dream -- to perform in a professional orchestra someday. My orchestral studies continued through graduate school. Memberships included the Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra, Northern Illinois University Philharmonic, and the New Eastman Symphony. Fast forward to September, 2017 when, after many transitions, I auditioned for the Elmhurst Symphony.
It was nice to audition for a conductor like Stephen Alltop, who seemed willing to accept a new challenge. The best advice from my colleagues in the National Federation of the Blind of Illinois and others was to let my cello do the talking. During the audition, my cello and I told our musical story. Sensing that my audition went well, after some discussion, Stephen said he would like to try it. Thrilled as I was, I also knew my work cut out for me. Stephen acknowledged that having someone like me in the orchestra was new territory. I responded that learning everything through braille music was new territory for me. We would be pioneering together. Our collaboration commenced at my first rehearsal in February, 2018. There was a little apprehensive as to how things would go, but once in that musical moment with the others, all previous apprehension disappeared. I was one of the group and always would be going forward. My first concert with the Elmhurst Symphony was Verdi’s Requiem, the longest piece I had ever memorized. One of the pieces in the second concert was Hindemith’s Symphonic Metamorphosis, the craziest work ever memorized. It involved altering my learning method slightly to take on this work since the piece made little sense at first. Both concerts provided rewarding and challenging experiences. I wouldn’t trade them for anything. With rehearsals beginning this
Blind musician shares journey to being a musician
I would not be where I am tomonth, the upcoming season will be day without the support of family, even better. friends, colleagues and The National Federation of the Blind. I am grateAlltop talks about ful to my first orchestra conductor working with Leslie Stephen Alltop had this to say who inspired me to love cello playing and to have found the Elmhurst from his viewpoint: “Leslie Hamric auditioned for the Symphony Orchestra. My advice to Elmhurst Symphony Orchestra in September of 2017 and showed fine skills and training as a cellist. She had studied with acclaimed teachers at excellent schools, and her playing reflects it. Leslie provided me with Tanya Cabrera has worked extenthe names of two conductors who had worked with her in ensembles. sively on efforts to ensure and inBoth of them gave rave reviews con- crease access to higher education for cerning her abilities to perform in a undocumented students. On Wednesday, Sept. 26 at 4 p.m., Cabrera will musical group. “The first work we performed to- present Undocumented Student Acgether was Verdi’s Requiem. Leslie cess: Mental Health Trauma, College had memorized the cello part of this Access and Immigration Politics, the 80-minute work, an incredible feat. annual César Chávez Intercultural There is no doubt that she came to Lecture. It will be held in the Foundthe first rehearsal the best-prepared er’s Lounge of the Frick Center on the campus of Elmhurst College. member of the orchestra. Cabrera is the assistant vice pro“In rehearsals, I found myself trying to indicate starting places not just vost for student inclusion in the Ofby measure numbers but by notes fice of Diversity at the University and harmonies, so Leslie could also of Illinois at Chicago. She also has know where we were. As I had been served since 2011 as chair of the Iltold, she does a great job of taking linois DREAM Fund Commission, a cues from my breathing and the role she believes will set the platform breaths of her section mates, and she for educational access and degree atseems to play as well with her sec- tainment for undocumented students tion as anyone. in Illinois and across the U.S. She “Leslie has invested so much in the also has served as chair of the Naart of music. I am so happy that she tional Advisory for Undocumented has found a fine orchestra in which Student Access - College Board, a she can have a challenging and re- committee formed to call upon twowarding experience.” and four-year institutions to create
aspiring blind musicians is to learn and use braille music early, develop self-advocacy skills and follow their dreams. It can be done. Today, I am doing what I love: being a musician. Leslie Hamric is a cellist with the Elmhurst Symphony Orchestra who happens to be visually-impaired.
Advocate for student inclusion to give EC’s César Chávez lecture
policy and procedure for undocumented students across the country. Admission is $10 for the general public and free for Elmhurst College students, faculty, staff and alumni. Tickets are available at elmhurst.edu/ cultural or call (630) 617-5186.
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Dancing Drum assemblies held at District 4 Steve Campbell of Dancing Drum provided interactive drumming assemblies at all of Addison School District 4’s elementary buildings last week. With the theme of world music, Campbell played songs and taught different rhythm patterns from countries in Africa, the Caribbean, and South America. All students had the opportunity to participate during the assembly playing drums, wood blocks, and maracas. Students were also encouraged to sing, clap, and chant with the beat. Upper grade students danced and lower grade students paraded as everyone learned and had fun. Each assembly concluded with teachers drumming out a rock and roll beat to represent music from the United States. More information about Dancing Drum is available at dancingdrum.com These 14 school assemblies were made possible by the Young Person’s Music Initiative Grant from the DuPage County Foundation. This is the second year of the multi-year grant, which is funded by the JCS Fund through the Foundation. Information about the DuPage SUBMITTED PHOTOS Addison Independent Students at Fullerton School try out the drums. Others tried out Foundation can be found at dupageThese Wesley students play the drums at an assembly led by the wood blocks and maracas. foundation.org. Steve Campbell of Dancing Drum.
Thursday, Sept. 13 Art Guild meeting At 7 p.m., the Addison Art Guild will welcome Lyndsay Murphee at its first meeting of the season at the Addison Village Hall, room 1301. Murphee is a botanical artist who works primarily in colored pencil and watercolor. Guests are welcome. For more information, call 630665-6769.
the Addison Early Childhood Collaborative (AECC) is hosting its 7th annual Fall Family Fair Admission free, features refreshments, information for parents and fun activities for the whole family, including Touch-a-Truck and a teddy bear clinic.
Saturday, Sept. 22 Park Pride Day From 9:30 - 11:30 a.m., come to the Army Trail Nature Center to show park pride by pulling invasive weeds, planting trees, removing trash, having fun and getting back to nature. An appreciation cookout for all volunteers will follow. Sponsored by the Parks & RecAbove: Army Trail was the scene for this large group of drummers who took advantage of a chance to reation Foundation of the Addison play rhythm instruments. Below: The students at Army Trail take part in the drumming by clapping their Park District. To register a volun- hands at an assembly held last week. teer group, call (630) 233-7275, option 2.
Friday, Sept. 14 Kids Night Out From 6:30 - 10 p.m., kids ages 5-12 are invited to the Community Rec Center for the Park District’s Kids Night Out. Enjoy gym time, music, crafts, and a movie. Bring pillows and a blanket and get comfy while watching the movie. Advanced registration is required. Fee: $25R/$35NR. To register, call (630) 233-7275 or visit addison- Friday, Oct. 5 parks.org. Park District’s Family Night Code: 402243-01 From 5-9 p.m., families are invited for an evening at the Army Trail Sunday, Sept. 16 Nature Center. Fishing Derby at Wood Explore the nature trail on a wagDale Grove Lake on, make S’mores at the camp fire, From 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. the Ad- play a sports and games and end the dison Park District and the Forest night with a Halloween movie. Preserve District of DuPage CounWagons rides will end at 7 p.m. ty are holding a fishing derby at and the movie will begin at sunset. Wood Dale Grove Lake for kids Admission is free and concessions ages 3-15. Prizes awarded at cere- will be available for $1 per item. mony at 11:15 a.m. Space is lim- FREE for the whole family, all ages ited, so register early. Fee: $6. To welcome. register, call (630) 233-7275 or visNo registration required. it addi-sonparks.org. Code: 402210-01 Clubs and organizations are welcome to send entries for this column Thursday, Sept. 20 to: Independent@rvpublishing.com. AECC Fall Family Fair Please include a phone number or From 6-8:30 p.m. at Army Trail e-mail address to contact for inforSchool, 346 W. Army Trail Blvd., mation.
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“Something’s coming... and it’s gonna be great!” Sunday, September 23 at 3:00 pm a special showing of
Recipient of 10 Academy Awards including Best Picture and Best Director. One of the most acclaimed musicals of all time. The original soundtrack will accompany the film. See it on the Big Screen and in full 7.1 digital sound at the beautiful York Theatre 150 N. York St., Elmhurst Free refills on popcorn, fountain drinks and ICEE.
Admission $12 - Tickets available online at elmhurstsymphony.org or by calling 630-941-0202 or at the door. This movie will be presented as a preview to the opening concert of the 2018/19 Season
Sunday, October 7th at 3:00 concert information at elmhurstsymphony.org
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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA STATE OF ILLINOIS COUNTY OF DU PAGE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ESTATE OF EVELYN C. MANSON CASE NUMBER 2018 P 864 Notice is given of the death of Evelyn C. Manson whose address was Addison, IL 60101. Letters of Office were issued on August 22, 2018 to Eileen Hansen, 6313 Stonehaven Ridge, Springfield, IL 62711, and Jeffrey Manson, 1420 Stonebridge Tr., #2-4, Wheaton, IL 60189 as: INDEPENDENT CO-EXECUTOR(S), whose attorney is Daniel J. Kordik, Kordik Law Firm, 276 N. Addison Avenue, Elmhurst, IL 60126-2723. NOTICE OT HEIRS AND LEGATEES Notice is hereby given to Jeffrey J. Manson, Eileen M. Hansen, Tracy Balboa, Karl F. Schindl and Unknown Heirs, who are heirs and legatees of the above proceeding. To probate a will and whose name and address is not stated in the petition to admit the will to probate, that an order was entered by the Court on August 22, 2018 admitting the will to probate. Within 42 days after the effective date of the original order of admission, you may file a petition with the Court to require proof of the will by testimony of the witnesses to the will in open court or other evidence, as provided in section 6-21 of the Probate Act of 1975 (755 ILCS 5/6-21). You will also have the right under section 8-2 of the Probate Act of 1975 (755 ILCS 5/8-1) to contest the validity of the will by filing a petition with the Court within 6 months after the admission of the will to probate. The estate will be administered without Court Supervision, unless under section 28-4 of the Probate Act of 1975 (755 ILCS 5/28-4) any interested person terminates independent administration at any time by mailing or delivering a petition to terminate to the Circuit Court Clerk. Claims against the estate may be filed in the Office of CHRIS KACHIROUBAS, Circuit Court Clerk, 505 N. County Farm Road, Wheaton, Illinois, or with the representative or both on or before March 4, 2019, any claim not filed within that period is barred. Copies of a claim filed with the Circuit Court Clerk must be mailed or delivered to the representative and to the attorney, if any, within ten (10) days after it has been filed with the Circuit Clerk. Daniel J. Kordik/Kordik Law Firm
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DuPage Attorney No.: 34 Attorney For: Independent Co-Executors 276 N. Addison Avenue Elmhurst, IL 60126-2723 (630) 782-JURY (5879) (Published in the Addison Independent, Bensenville Independent & Villa Park Independent Aug. 30, Sept. 6 & 13, 2018) 325408 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE 18TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DUPAGE COUNTY - WHEATON, ILLINOIS Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. as trustee for Freddie MacSecurities REMIC Trust, Series 2005-S001 PLAINTIFF Vs. Sebastian Baranek; et. al. DEFENDANTS 2018CH000129 NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on 6/11/2018, John Zaruba, the Sheriff of DuPage County, Illinois will on October 18, 2018 at the hour of 10:00AM at Dupage County Sheriff’s Office 501 North County Farm Road Wheaton, IL 60187, or in a place otherwise designated at the time of sale, County of DuPage and State of Illinois, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, as set forth below, the following described real estate: PARCEL 1: LOT 405B IN GEORGIAN COURT RESUBDIVISION, BEING A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF THE SOUTH 1/2 OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 29, TOWNSHIP 40 NORTH, RANGE 11, EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED JUNE 30, 1997 AS DOCUMENT NUMBER R97-093217, IN DUPAGE COUNTY, ILLINOIS. PARCEL 2: EASEMENT FOR INGRESS AND EGRESS FOR THE BENEFIT OF PARCEL 1 AS SET FORTH IN THE DECLARATION OF COVENANTS, CONDITIONS, RESTRICTIONS AND EASEMENTS FOR THE GEORGIAN COURT HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION RECORDED SEPTEMBER 23, 1997 AS DOCUMENT R97-143689. PIN 03-29-416-056 Improved with Single Family Home COMMONLY KNOWN AS: 641 W. Georgian Ct Addison, IL 60101 Sale terms: 10% down of the highest bid by certified funds at the close of the auction; The balance, including the Judicial sale fee for Abandoned Residential Property Municipality Relief Fund, which is calculated at the rate of $1 for each $1,000 or fraction thereof of the amount paid by the purchaser not to exceed $300, in certified funds, is due within twenty-four (24) hours. The subject property is subject to general real estate taxes, special assessments, or special taxes levied against said real estate and is offered for sale without any representation as to quality or quantity of title and without recourse to Plaintiff and in “AS IS” condition. The sale is further subject to confirmation by the court. If the property is a condominium and the foreclosure takes place after 1/1/2007, purchasers other than the mortgagees will be required to pay any assessment and legal fees due under The Condominium Property Act, 765 ILCS 605/9(g)(1) and (g)(4). If the property is located in a common interest community, purchasers other than mortgagees will be required to pay any assessment and legal fees due under the Condominium Property Act, 765 ILCS 605/18.5(g-1). If the sale is set aside for any reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The Purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee’s attorney. Upon payment in full of the amount bid, the purchaser shall receive a Certificate of Sale, which will entitle the purchaser to a Deed to the real estate after Confirmation of the sale. The successful purchaser has
the sole responsibility/expense of evicting any tenants or other individuals presently in possession of the subject premises. The property will NOT be open for inspection and Plaintiff makes no representation as to the condition of the property. Prospective bidders are admonished to check the Court file to verify all information. IF YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOMEOWNER), YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO REMAIN IN POSSESSION FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSION, IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 15-1701(C) OF THE ILLINOIS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE LAW. For information: Examine the court file or contact Plaintiff’s attorney: Codilis & Associates, P.C., 15W030 North Frontage Road, Suite 100, Burr Ridge, IL 60527, (630) 794-9876. Please refer to file number 14-18-00663. I3097474 (Published in the Addison Independent, Bensenville Independent & Villa Park Independent Sept. 13, 20 & 27, 2018) 325760 LEGAL NOTICE ADDISON TOWNSHIP NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING FOR Neighborhood Investment, Community Wide Benefit and Accessibility Improvements to the Addison Township Building specifically the 50 E. Oak Street entrance. This meeting pertains to improvements and ADA accessibility to the food pantry and human services offices specifically automatic wider doors and ADA bathroom improvements. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2018 NOON Addison Township Board Room 401 N. Addison Rd. Addison, IL 60101 By Order of Pamela Joy Moretti Town Clerk (Published in the Addison Independent, Bensenville Independent & Villa Park Independent Sept. 13, 2018) 326333 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID LEGAL NOTICE ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS. The Bensenville Fire Protection District (“District”) is accepting sealed bids for the Station #107 Roof Replacement Project. The Project can generally be described as the replacement of the roof at the District’s Fire Station #107 located at 500 S York Road, Bensenville, Illinois 60106. The scope of the Project shall include all equipment, materials, labor, warranties, construction and/or installation services necessary to remove and replace the fire station’s roof. The detailed specifications and other contract documents for the Project can be obtained online at www. bensenvillefpd.org/roofproject. For further information contact Chief Michael Spain via e-mail at mspain@Bensenvillefpd.org. Sealed bid proposals titled “Sealed Bid Station #107 Roof Replacement Project” will be accepted by mail or hand delivery to Chief Michael Spain, Bensenville Fire Protection District, 500 S York Road, Bensenville, Illinois 60106 until 1:00 p.m. on September 27, 2018, after which time no additional bids shall be accepted. The sealed bids will be opened at a public bid opening on September 27, 2018 at 1:15 p.m. in the meeting room of the District’s Station #107 located at 500 S York Road, Bensenville, Illinois 60106, and the contents of the bids announced. Prevailing Wages must be paid. A current Prevailing Wage Schedule for DuPage County prepared by the Illinois Department of Labor is available for review. All bids shall be submitted on the forms provided and shall be accompanied by a certified check or bid bond payable to the order of the Bensenville Fire Protection District in an amount not less than 5% of the bid amount. The District intends to award the contract for the work on the Project to the lowest responsible bidder, as determined by the District. The Bensenville Fire Protection District reserves the right to waive any ir-
regularities, technicalities, and other nonmaterial variances contained in any bid and reject all bids. (Published in the Addison Independent, Bensenville Independent & Villa Park Independent Sept. 13, 2018) 326380 LEGAL NOTICE INVITATION TO BID 2019 PARKWAY TREE PRUNING PROGRAM September 13, 2018 Notice is hereby given that the Village of Bensenville is seeking bids from qualified, licensed contractors for establishing a multiyear contractual agreement for parkway tree pruning program. The bids shall be sent to: Village of Bensenville Office of the Village Clerk 12 South Center Street Bensenville, IL 60106 The Village of Bensenville will accept Sealed Bids until 09:30am local time on Wednesday October 3, 2018. The Bid must be in a sealed opaque envelope plainly marked “2019 Parkway Pruning Program.” The forms can be found at www.bensenville.il.us under “Business.” The packet can also be picked up at the Public Works Department, 717 E Jefferson Street, Bensenville, IL 60106. Detailed information may be obtained by contacting Jovana Dacic at 630-594-1012 or via email at jdacic@ bensenville.il.us. The Village Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids or portions thereof. Nancy Quinn Village Clerk (Published in the Addison Independent, Bensenville Independent & Villa Park Independent Sept. 13, 2018) 326591 LEGAL NOTICE INVITATION TO BID 2019 LAWN MAINTENANCE PROGRAM September 13, 2018 Notice is hereby given that the Village of Bensenville is seeking bids from qualified, licensed contractors for establishing a multiyear contractual agreement for Lawn Maintenance Program. The bids shall be sent to: Village of Bensenville Office of the Village Clerk 12 South Center Street Bensenville, IL 60106 The Village of Bensenville will accept Sealed Bids until 09:30am local time on Wednesday October 3, 2018. The Bid must be in a sealed opaque envelope plainly marked “Lawn Maintenance Program”. The forms can be found at www.bensenville.il.us under “Business.” The packet can also be picked up at the Public Works Department, 717 E Jefferson Street, Bensenville, IL 60106. Detailed information may be obtained by contacting Jovana Dacic at 630-594-1012 or via email at jdacic@ bensenville.il.us.The Village Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids or portions thereof. Nancy Quinn Village Clerk (Published in the Addison Independent, Bensenville Independent & Villa Park Independent Sept. 13, 2018) 326593 Public Hearing Notice The Village of Bensenville will be holding a public hearing to submit two applications for a DuPage County Community Development Block Grant. The project is the 2019 Annual Residential Street Light Project and 2019 Street Improvements Project. The Public Hearing location and time are as follows: 6:30 PM, September 25, 2018 Bensenville Village Hall Board Room 12 South Center Street Bensenville, IL 60106 All interested persons are encouraged to attend this hearing. Questions regarding this hearing or the grant application may be directed to Mehul Patel at 630-350-3435. (Published in the Addison Independent, Bensenville Independent & Villa Park Independent Sept. 13, 2018) 326561
DuPage Care Center to host 51st annual Fall Fest Sept. 15
The DuPage Care Center and the DuPage Care Center Foundation will host its 51st annual Fall Festival Saturday, Sept. 15 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Center’s west parking lot. The family-friendly event benefits the Care Center’s Resident Recreation Fund, which helps to provide residents with quality of life programs and services. The event will have many features, including a resident craft sale, bake sale, raffle, classic car show, children’s games, garage sale, book fair, craft sale, live music and a flea market. Raffle tickets will be available for purchase, offering a chance to win prizes including homemade quilts, a barbeque basket, a foursome of golf at the 2018 DuPage Care Center Foundation Golf Outing and much more. Apple slices, taffy apples and other wonderful items will also be available for purchase. Major sponsors include Stratford Dental, Tyndale House, WinTrust Wealth Management and many more generous supporters. Additional sponsorship opportunities are available for as low as $100. The Care Center is currently seeking craft vendors and car show participants for the event. If you are interested in making a creative contribution to your community, please call (630) 784-4495 or email email@example.com. This event is free and open to the public, but donations are appreciated. The DuPage Care Center is a 360-bed skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility which has served the residents of DuPage County for more than 125 years, and is located at 400 N. County Farm Road in Wheaton on the west side of the DuPage County Complex. For additional information about the Fall Festival or volunteer opportunities, please call the Fall Festival hotline at (630) 784-4495, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit dpccfoundation.org.
Midwest Young Artists Conservatory announces new initiative Midwest Young Artists Conservatory (MYAC) announces the opening of a new satellite location in Oak Brook to serve the southwest and west suburban Chicagoland community with youth chamber music instruction and jazz ensemble instruction. Rehearsals will take place at Christ Church of Oak Brook at 501 Oak Brook Rd. MYAC’s classical, jazz, and choral programs serve students ranging from grade school beginners through advanced pre-collegiate performers. Visit mya.org for placement audition information and to learn more about MYAC’s programs or tickets to any of our future concerts and events, or call 847-926-9898.
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Willowbrook football moves to 3-0 with win against Leyden Glenbard West defeats Addison Trail gridders By Mike Miazga CORRESPONDENT
The Willowbrook football team continued its winning ways with a recent 26-9 West Suburban Conference Gold Division victory over Leyden in Villa Park. The win moved the Warriors to 3-0 overall and 1-0 in WSC Gold play. The Warriors now have won 12 of their last 13 games dating back to last season and have won seven WSC Gold games in a row and 10 of their last 11 in the conference dating back to last season. Willowbrook heads to Addison Friday night for the annual District 88 contest against Addison Trail.
District 88 Bragging Rights A look at the Addison Trail-Willowbrook football series since 2000. The two teams meet Friday in Addison at 7:30 p.m. 2017: Willowbrok 45, Addison Trail 0 2016: Willowbrook 38, Addison Trail 7 2015: Addison Trail 28, Willowbrook 26 2014: Addison Trail 27, Willowbrook 17 2013: Willowbrook 49, Addison Trail 32 2012: Willowbrook 42, Addison Trail 28 2011: Addison Trail 35, Willowbrook 7 2010: Addison Trail, 40, Willowbrook 0 2009: Addison Trail 25, Willowbrook 0 2008: Addison Trail 34, Willowbrook 13 2007: Willowbrook 42, Addison Trail 20 2006: Addison Trail 27, Willowbrook 0 2005: Addison Trail 28, Willowbrook 7 2004: Addison Trail 28, Willowbrook 0 2003: Willowbrook 42, Addison Trail 0 2002: Willowbrook 42, Addison Trail 13 2001: Addison Trail 14, Willowbrook 6 2000: Addison Trail 14, Willowbrook 12 Addison Trail leads series 11-7 over last 18 years.
Addison Trail girls golf The Addison Trail girls golf team graduated all its top golfers from last year’s squad. Newcomers up from last year’s junior-varsity team include Anna Tracz, Mikaela Olvera and Tori Dudka. “We are very inexperienced,” said Addison Trail coach Phil Stewart, “but the team has grown in numbers. We have a lot of new golfers so everything is to-be-determined.” Dudka and Olvera are each on their third year of golf. “Both seem to enjoy the game and want to improve,” said Stewart. Stewart said he is hoping “this team learns to appreciate the game of golf” and also is hoping to “see huge improvements by the end of the season.” Addison Trail lost its first dual match of the year to Wheaton North. Willowbrook girls volleyball The Willowbrook girl’ volleyball
team opened West Suburban Conference Gold Division play with a 2518, 25-21 win over Leyden. Katie Linnig had nine assists, one kill, three aces and six digs. Payton Ceh had three kills, three aces, one assist and eight digs. Elizabeth Bruschuk had one kill, three aces and five digs. Katelyn McCann had six kills and six digs. Kaitlyn Karcz had two kills and one block, while Grace Reckamp had one kill, seven digs and six assists. Addison Trail football The Addison Trail football team lost 35-0 to Glenbard West in its annual West Suburban Conference crossover game. This year’s game was played in Glen Ellyn. The loss dropped Addison Trail to 0-3 on the season. The Blazers open WSC Gold Division play Friday night at home in the annual District 88 game against Willowbrook (3-0).
Week 4 Preview Willowbrook (3-0, 1-0) at Addison Trail (0-3)
When: Friday, 7:30 p.m. Where: Addison Trail High School, Addison Last week: Willowbrook 26, Leyden 9; Glenbard West 35, Addison Trail 0 Last year: Willowbrook 45, Addison Trail 0
Outlook: Two teams here on opposite spectrums. Willowbrook is off to another strong start at 3-0, has won 12 of its last 13 games and opened defense of its WSC Gold title last week with a win against Leyden. Addison Trail has been shutout in each of its first three games and needs a win here to get back on track and keep its playoff window open (4 losses would require winning the last five games of the season and then being at the mercy of the playoff points system, while 6 wins is an automatic berth).
Fenton girls volleyball team runs record to 8-0 Bison football team loses to St. Francis
By Mike Miazga CORRESPONDENT
The Fenton girls volleyball team continued its strong play to start the season with a recent 25-20, 25-8 non-conference win over Chicago Intrinsic. The win moved Fenton to 8-0 on the season. “We hadn’t played in more than a week and it showed as we started very slowly and trailed most of the first set,” said Fenton coach Kelly
Kleidorfer. “However, we turned it on to win that first set and continued to roll through the second set.” Mackenzie Miller and Agata Kukielko led Fenton with three service aces each. Julia Kaspari, Vicky Krzyszkowski and Kukielko each had four kills. Miller had 12 assists, while Krzyszkowski and Hanna Matuszewski each had one block. Isa Lozada, making her debut at libero, led Fenton with five digs. Fenton played Streamwood and Riverside-Brookfield earlier this week and will head to Aurora today to face Aurora Central Catholic.
Week 4 Preview Chicago DePaul Academy (0-3) at Fenton (1-2) When: Friday, 7 p.m. Where: Fenton High School, Bensenville Last week: St. Francis 35, Fenton 0; Chicago Leo 34, DePaul 0 Last year: Did not play Outlook: After a win in Week 1, Fenton has lost its last two games by a combined count of 98-14. Fenton welcomes the DePaul Rams to town this week. DePaul is 0-3 and plays in the Chicago Catholic League Red Division. DePaul, which has yet to score a point this season, lost in Week 1 to Aurora Marmion 27-0 and lost in Week 2 to Chicago Hope Academy 35-0. Fenton starts Metro Suburban Conference Red Division play in Week 5.
Fenton football The Fenton football team dropped a 35-0 Metro Suburban Conference crossover game to Wheaton St. Francis in Bensenville. The loss put Fenton at 1-2 overall. The Bison host Chicago DePaul Academy Friday at 7 p.m., in Week 4 action.
all-conference pick and sectional qualifier Marcus Astorga along with senior sectional qualifier Nik Fischer. Sophomore Patrick Block is a key newcomer. “We have nine seniors returning so we have a good amount of experience,” said Fenton coach Rick Johnson. Johsnon said senior Marco Faraone is another golfer to keep an eye on along with Astorga and Fischer. “We have a good chance to do well in the MSC Red Division,” said Johnson. “Our goal is to win it this year.”
Fenton girls tennis The Fenton girls tennis team returns Alice Callejas at No. 1 singles and Elena Caballero at No. 2 singles. Key newcomers to the team included the No. 1 doubles team of sophomore Neha Patel and freshman Anna Sierantowicz. Fenton coach Jeff Porto noted this year’s squad is young with nine freshmen on the team, something he said will be a strength of the team. “It’s a building year,” he said. Porto is excited about the prospects of his youthful No. 1 doubles By Mike Miazga team of Patel and Sierantowicz. CORRESPONDENT Porto said the outlook for his team The Willowbrook boys cross is simple: “Get experience.” country team has its eyes on all sorts of improvements this season. Fenton boys golf The Warriors, who finished fifth in The Fenton boys golf team opened the West Suburban Conference Gold the season with a pair of conference Division last season, are paced by wins. Fenton was a 170-199 winner returning senior Matt Caron. Caron over Guerin Prep at White Pines in was an all-WSC Gold pick last year Bensenville and also scored a 180- and also qualified for the sectional 186 win over Timothy Christian at round of the state series. Oak Brook Golf Club. “We have seven seniors who Fenton also took second at the re- are ready to leave their mark in the cent Leyden invitational held at Ar- cross-country program led by Matt, lington Lakes Golf Club with a score who is looking to get downstate this of 332. year,” said Willowbrook coach TJ Fenton is coming off a fifth-place finish in the Metro Suburban ConferSee CROSS COUNTRY, Page 23 ence Blue Division and returns senior
Willowbrook boys cross country team looking to move forward
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Willowbrook boys soccer team looking to grow as season goes on Warriors sport youthful look, especially on back line; Standout goalie Giase returns
By Mike Miazga
While the Willowbrook boys soccer team got off to a 1-5 overall record through its first six games, coach Ed DeLaCruz sees plenty of promise. “We are very young,” he said. “Our defensive back line starts two sophomores.” Willowbrook is coming off a 2017 season where it went 7-11 and finished 2-4 in West Suburban Conference Gold Division play. While young, DeLaCruz has talent throughout the roster. Three-year starting goalie Mario Giase is back. “Mario is a captain who I know can play at the next level,” said
DeLaCruz. “He does it all in regards to being our leader and a great student-athlete. He is the total package who is a great coach’s player. He makes people better around him.” Fellow three-year starter David Rizzo also returns at left midfield. “David is a very talented two-footed player,” said DeLaCruz. “He takes the set pieces, free kicks and corner kicks. He is lightning quick with great field presence.” Senior captain Jeff Wolski also returns at defensive midfield. “David easily is the best field-presence player on our team,” said DeLaCruz. “He is super-intelligent on the field and in the classroom. He is a physical player who jumps up with no disregard to heading the ball and winning the 50-50 balls.” Key newcomers to the team include junior center midfielder Dorian Mahone and senior center back Thomas Waldorf. “Dorian had a great summer season leading into the fall,” said DeLa-
Cruz. “He has grown physically and is someone who I will count on regarding holding possession and leading the team with assists. He is a playmaker who is super-athletic. Thomas uses his volleyball skills to win aerial balls. His conditioning is top-notch with anyone else. He is in phenomenal shape. He always wants to take on the best player on the opposing team.” DeLaCruz said depth will be a big benefit for the Warriors. “Our depth has stood out this season and the team chemistry on this team is one of the best I’ve seen as both an assistant and varsity coach at Willowbrook,” he said. DeLaCruz said a key will be the development of the team’s back line. “We have a brand-new back-four defensive line,” he said. “Our outstanding goalkeeper Mario is up to the challenge of leading the troops.” The coach said the team would like to improve its standing in the WSC Gold. “Sixth place isn’t going to get
it done,” he said. “It has hindered our regional positioning for the playoffs so getting off to a good start is crucial.” Willowbrook is playing in the ongoing Pepsi Showdown tournament, the first time the team has been in-
volved in that event in nine years. DeLaCruz said Giase will open some eyes there. “Mario is the real deal and I think he will make a name for himself in the Pepsi Showdown and in big games this season,” he said.
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Artman. “This is Matt’s senior year and he is ready to go.” Sophomore Tyler King, junior Brandon Heselton and senior Will Stout also will be looked upon to score. “Tyler is a sophomore who is trying to beat the seniors every day and make a name for himself,” said Artman. “He truly is a hard worker and a tough mental competitor. Brandon is ready to step up in leadership and performance and Will is a hard worker and also is ready to step up for his teammates.” Artman said on the team front, closing the time gap from runners 1
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The Addison Trail girls cross country team is far from thin in the experience department. The Blazers return a number of key veteran individuals, including sophomore Viviana Sanfilippo who qualified for the sectional as a freshman and has the third-fastest time in the history of the Addison Trail girls’ program. In addition to Sanfilippo, also back are seniors Lizbeth Balbuena, Natalie Diaz and Mercedes Lopez. “Our strength is having some returning third- and fourth-year runners who are acting as strong role models for the growing group of young and new team members,” said Addison Trail coach Kirsten Olson. Freshman Maddie Ford in her first meet this year placed herself in the top-10 fastest time (No. 9) in program history. “I’m excited to see what Maddie brings to the varsity level,” said Olson. “She is a true runner and it is nice to see her challenging herself and wanting to learn how to get better every day.” Olson said Sanfilippo has a major goal in mind this season. “Viviana still is our lead and has her sights set on reaching the state meet this year,” she said. Olson said one point of emphasis for the team has been summer training. “We are focusing on commitment, especially regarding the summer running to build a proper base for success in the fall,” she said. Olson is looking forward to the West Suburban Conference Gold Division portion of the schedule. “I am excited for the conference season to see us compete at multiple levels and how I anticipate that we will improve our standing at the lower levels,” she said. Addison Trail opened the season at the weather-delayed Fenton invitational where Sanfilippo earned a plaque by placing 23rd at the varsity level. Ford also ran that ninth-fastest time in program history. “Maddie had an outstanding initial
performance,” said Olson. Addison Trail boys cross country “Young runners” is the catch phrase this season for the Addison Trail boys cross country team. “We are going to be very inexperienced this year,” said Addison Trail coach Brad Donaldson. “Our top returners all are sophomores and while they ran in the regional last season that is really the extent of their experience.”
We are focusing on improvement over the course of the season and to control what we can control.” – Brad Donaldson, Addison Trail coach
Donaldson said the team is focused on its training. “Our main focus this year is on the day-to-day training and the process of becoming a full-time runner,” he explained. “By doing the little things, we hope to stay healthy for the season.” Senior Randy Alamarales is new to the program this season and, Donaldson said, likely will be its No. 1 runner. He’s currently working through an injury. “When healthy, he will have a chance to qualify for sectionals,” said Donaldson. Sophomore Dylan Moran is the team’s top returning runner from last year. “Dylan put in a lot of work over the summer and I expect he will take a real leap this year,” said Donaldson. Senior Sal Lopez also is new to cross country this season. “He is a raw talent,” the coach noted. “He will be a great contributor for us team-wise.” Addison Trail had its first two meets either cancelled our altered due to weather. “We are focusing on improvement over the course of the season and to control what we can control,” said Donaldson. “If we improve over the year and are competitive in the conference meet and regional and get an athlete or two to sectionals, it will be a good season.”
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most energy efficiency sector jobs all now employ over 30,000 workers (1.9 million total). Only four states saw a decline in energy efficiency employment in 2017. With workers in 99.7% of U.S. counties, energy efficiency has become a nationwide job engine integral to state and local economic growth. More than 300,000 energy efficiency jobs are located in America’s rural areas, and 900,000 jobs are found in the nation’s top 25 metro areas. One out of every six U.S. construction workers are involved in energy efficiency, as are more than 315,000 manufacturing jobs, according to the report. Other key findings: • 11% of energy efficiency jobs are held by veterans, nearly double the national average for veterans’ share of employment (6%) • In 40 states and the District of Columbia, more Americans work in energy efficiency than work with fossil fuels • Construction and manufacturing make up over 70% of U.S. energy efficiency jobs • More than 1 million energy efficiency jobs are in heating, ventilation, and cooling technologies • Energy efficiency employers are expecting 9% job growth in 2018 • Energy efficiency now employs workers in 3,000 of America’s 3,007 counties • Small businesses are driving America’s energy efficiency job boom, with 79% of energy efficiency businesses employing fewer than 20 workers
Energy efficiency added more new jobs than any other industry in the entire U.S. energy sector in 2017, and now employs nearly 2.25 million Americans, according to a new jobs analysis from E4TheFuture and the national, nonpartisan business group E2 (Environmental Entrepreneurs). The new report, Energy Efficiency Jobs in America 2018, finds energy efficiency workers now outnumber elementary and middle school teachers, and are nearly double the number of Americans who work in law enforcement. “We have long known that energy efficiency is a major source of jobs, and by conservative estimates, about one in every hundred U.S. adults now works in energy efficiency,” said Steve Cowell, president of E4TheFuture. “Efficiency is also a key strategy for meeting multiple policy objectives. It saves money, improves health, lowers carbon emissions and creates local jobs that cannot be outsourced.” Energy Efficiency added 67,000 net jobs in 2017, making it the fastest-growing job category in the energy sector. Energy efficiency employs twice as many workers as all fossil fuel industries combined. Efficiency workers now account for 35 percent of all U.S. energy jobs. Among the states, California leads energy-efficiency employment with 310,000 jobs, followed by Texas (154,000), New York (117,000), Florida (112,000), and Illinois (87,000). Seventeen states now employ more than 50,000 workers and the 25 states with the
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