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Table of Contents 6

Mayor’s Welcome

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Chamber President’s Welcome

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Board of Directors

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Community Introduction

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History

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Residential Living

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Park District

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Arts & Entertainment

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Calendar of Events

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Library

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Education

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Business Profiles

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Health Care

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Important Phone Numbers

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City of Waukegan Chamber of Commerce

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Chamber Members

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Advertiser Index

Chairman, CEO and Publisher Douglas K. Ray President and Chief Operating Officer Scott Stone Vice President/Director Scott Ray Production Manager Joe Nugara Editor and Graphic Designer Gail Gaboda Content Coordinator/Client Liaison Stefanie Nugara Ad Production Coordinators Tiffany Salerno and Neila Frontier Directory Coordinator Michael Sumrak Contributing Writer Abby Scalf Photos Daily Herald Staff Photographers Cover Photo Tracy Adams Acquisition Manager Kurt Kuras Advertising Sales John Hubbard

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Mayor’s Welcome

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On behalf of the City of Waukegan, I proudly welcome you to explore the unique opportunities that our community offers. Whether starting a business, relocating your family or just visiting, Waukegan offers a cooperative approach to help you succeed. As a community, Waukegan’s neighborhoods, schools, scenic lakefront, award-winning parks and golf courses are sure to enrich the lives of you and your family. Arts and culture are at the core of our downtown, anchored by the Genesee Theatre and the Waukegan Public Library. The Waukegan Arts District boasts many galleries, unique shops, theaters, performing arts spaces and eateries that all come together and celebrate the wealth of creativity of our community during our monthly ArtWauk event. Waukegan is pro-development and open for business. Businesses looking to expand will find that Waukegan’s skilled labor force, ready

access to major transportation routes and the community’s proactive approach to business and economic development give us a competitive advantage over other communities in the region. Today we offer the commercial, industrial and retail opportunities that developers compete for and quality neighborhoods and family-friendly activities that homeowners wish for; making us one of the best values in Lake County.

We welcome you to take a closer look at Waukegan and #ExploreWaukegan to discover what makes us special. Sincerely yours, Sam Cunningham Mayor, City of Waukegan Office: (847) 599-2510 Mayor@waukeganil.gov

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Chamber President’s Welcome

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aukegan is on the move! There are so many initiatives and proposals for new projects and programs, one can only hope to see them come to life. The City of Waukegan Chamber of Commerce is very excited to be a part of any and all of these growth opportunities. There is one focus and goal for the Chamber, and that is to be a conduit and help our current business members grow their business, and help new businesses enter the city. We have been fortunate to partner with other organizations in Waukegan to bring education, networking and opportunities to our members. There is always room for more. We have a number of big events on the calendar and as always we have our monthly Lunch and Learn, Womens Lunch, Business After Hours and more. There are the quarterly Wake Up Waukegan breakfast presentations that draw a big crowd. All of these events serve to help our members build and grow – build relationships and grow their business, build their outreach and grow their reputation. The waterfront is always a favorite place of mine, and Waukegan Harbor is a great place to be with its new amenities and events. This year

there will be an even larger number of events at Harbor’s Edge down at the lake – Cinco de Mayo and Blues and Jazzfest, just to name a few. Genesee Street and our friends at Main Street keeps growing and adding some nice additions to downtown, as well as the huge concert and performers list at the Genesee Theatre. Don’t forget the Fountain Square, which is adding more hotels, dining and industry, The ArtWauk events, third Saturday of each month, and art exhibits keep growing as well. Some great collections can be seen at our local galleries.

Stay tuned for many more events and fun times in Waukegan. If you want to really take advantage of all there is to do and see, please become a member of the Chamber, and meet many of the great businesspeople in town. The door is always open and we at the Chamber are here to help you with any introductions, promotions, events or local advice to help your businesses grow. Jack Orlov Chairman of the Board Waukegan Chamber of Commerce

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Board of Directors EXECUTIVE BOARD Jack Orlov | Chairman of the Board Jack Orlov is the past commodore of the Waukegan Yacht Club and has had his boat in Waukegan harbor since 1994. Waukegan has become his “summer home,” and he is active on the Chamber board. He has been in the health care business since college and currently owns Right Healthcare Ventures. He is involved with many health care businesses focused on seniors and people with disabilities. Tiffany Dutton | Vice Chairman Tiffany Dutton, assistant vice president, sales manager of NorStates Bank in Waukegan, was born in Waukegan and currently lives in Kenosha, Wisconsin. She teaches financial literacy classes at Lake County Habitat for Humanity. Lucy Torres | Secretary Lucy Torres owns and operates Express Employment Professionals, a full-service staffing agency servicing all of Lake County. She is actively involved in the Chamber and also serves on the board for the Hispanic Chamber.

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Dane Morgan is a senior vice president with NorStates Bank. He has lived and worked in and around Waukegan for over 30 years. He and his wife (Waukegan High School sweethearts) have two children and are active in various organizations in Lake County. DIRECTORS Jan Gibson Jan Gibson is the director of communications of the Historic Genesee Theatre. As an English, speech, theater and debate teacher, Gibson taught at Arlington High School. She then became a successful entrepreneur. She serves on many boards and commissions in Greater Lake County. Gibson’s love of theater and music, coupled with her extensive business experience, drew her to the Genesee Theatre.

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Kim Needham is the current assistant CEO for Vista Health System, located in Waukegan. She has worked and lived in the community for more than 20 years. Local affiliations include St. Anastasia Church and St. Anastasia Food Pantry. She is a past member of the Genesee Theatre board. John Mennie John Mennie is an associate at Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard P.C. He grew up near Toronto,

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Ontario, and moved to Illinois in 2013 to begin his legal career. He joined the Waukegan Chamber of Commerce as a board member in 2015, and in his spare time enjoys golfing, reading and cooking. Mike O’Neil Mike O’Neil is the administration manager for NRG Energy’s Waukegan Generating Station where he has worked for 17 years in various administrative and financial roles. He has been a member of the Chamber’s board of directors for four years. Michael Purtell Michael Purtell joined the Chamber board in 2013. He moved to Waukegan in 2005 and works for the City of Waukegan Community Development Department specializing in planning and business development. He also volunteers for a number of local organizations. Dr. Michael J. Reed Dr. Reed was born and raised in Waukegan. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in biology with a microbiology minor from Western Illinois University while playing baseball. He earned a second bachelor’s, master’s in sports medicine and rehab and a doctorate from Logan College of Chiropractic and is a certified EMT. Dr. Reed volunteers with several local charities, serves on the board of 3 Brothers Theatre and is the physician/chiropractor for several sports teams, including Waukegan High School. He is the founder and physician of Family Chiropractic & Sports Rehab.

Ray Vukovich Ray Vukovich is a charter member of the board of directors of the City of Waukegan Chamber of Commerce and a former alderman for the City of Waukegan; he retired in 2010 as the director of governmental services. He owns and operates Ray Vukovich Consulting Services. Russell Warye Russell Warye joined the Waukegan Chamber board in 2013. He grew up in Waukegan and attended West Grade School. Warye is a certified broker with Get Covered Illinois and the president of Benefit Partners Group, LLC. April Dean April Dean is the director of sales and marketing for the SpringHill Suites Waukegan. She has been in the hospitality industry for over 10 years. April is a 26-year transplant to Lake County. She loves being involved in the community and volunteering for various organizations throughout Lake County. CHAMBER STAFF Debi Kiddle | Executive Director Debi Kiddle has been with the Chamber since December 2015 after retiring from a 20-year residential real estate career in Lake Forest. She also brings with her over 20 years of administrative and bookkeeping experience and actively volunteers for different organizations throughout Lake County.

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Community Introduction

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elcome to Waukegan, Illinois, where big-city amenities and small-town charm blend to form a community that is culturally rich, economically secure and family friendly. Centered between the thriving metropolises of Chicago and Milwaukee at the northeast corner of Illinois near the Wisconsin border, Waukegan is literally “At the Top of Illinois.”

The city is special in that it offers a diversity of cultures, religions and ethnic heritages; award-winning schools and parks; easy access to major transportation systems; a vital downtown and a thriving business climate, not to mention some of the most picturesque residential areas in Northern Illinois. It’s ideal location, nestled along the western shores of Lake Michigan, attributes to its reputation as an ideal place to live, work and play.

Whether starting a business, relocating your family or just visiting, Waukegan’s cooperative approach will help you succeed. We invite you to take a closer look at Waukegan and experience its beauty, diversity and growth first-hand. We guarantee that once you come for a visit, you’ll want to stay for a lifetime.

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History

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ince its beginning, Waukegan has been home to many entertainers including musicians, actors, writers and visual artists as well as venues that have entertained generations of residents and visitors alike. Waukegan is part of the early motion history, explained Ty Rohrer, museum supervisor for the Waukegan Historical Society. A local inventor, Edward Amet, was among many around the world at the turn of the century who raced to be the first to develop the first motion picture camera. His invention, called the magnascope, was a camera and projector, and because it was lightweight, he was able to share his movies around the country. “He never put a patent on his device, but he is recognized in the way he started to make movies,” Rohrer said. “He ventured away from using his camera as a way to just record natural events, and he was actually using actors and actresses and then later sets with models, making his own scenes and making his own movies.” One of the short movies he made was a comedy featuring two women who wore dresses while boxing. Believed to be the first actresses cast in a movie, one was Bess Bower Dunn, whose name will be recognized as the Lake County Discovery Museum is renamed. The other was Isabelle Spoor, the daughter of George Spoor, who went on to found S&A Studios in Chicago, the most famous of silent film companies of that time. The Spoor family also built the Academy Theater in 1916, the first theater in Waukegan built solely for showing motion pictures. Waukegan, at one time, had 40 theaters. The premiere entertainment venue is the Genesee Theatre, which was built in 1927 by businessmen Al Brumund, HC Burnett and DT Webb.

The cost to see a show at the Genesee Theater when it first opened was 60 cents. “This is where all the people were. These theaters wouldn’t have been built and the groups wouldn’t have come if they didn’t think there were people to fill the seats,” Rohrer said. Waukegan hosted many performers such as musicians like Benny Goodman and Gene Autry; unusual performers such as Moro “The Human Icicle,” who was frozen in a cake of ice; and more recently David Copperfield, Loretta Lynn and the Everly Brothers. But one of the most well-known performances was in 1939 when hometown legend Jack Benny held the world premiere of his movie “Man About Town” at the Genesee Theatre. “At that time period, Waukegan was Hollywood,” Rohrer said. The unique thing about Benny, who was raised in Waukegan and lived there until age 18, was he never forget where he came from.

“Everybody about the country was tuning into his radio show and later his television show, and people around the country got to know Waukegan because he talked about it quite often,” said Rohrer, who added Benny’s last appearance in Waukegan was as a guest performer for the first-ever performance of the Waukegan Symphony Orchestra. Another well-known hometown artist is Ray Bradbury, whose writings often conveyed stories of his childhood. One of his stories, “Green Town” has many references to Waukegan using pseudonyms. The community has later recognized him by creating a Bradbury walk, where guests take a walking tour through the city and stop at sites important to the artist’s life and writings. Waukegan has become known as a spot where filmmakers come to film their movies. Over 50 movies as well as several television shows, have been filmed here, including “The Blues Brothers,” “Groundhog Day,” “Batman Begins” and most recently, “Chicago Fire.”

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Waukegan also has been home to talented visual artists. Born in Waukegan in 1860, Kate Cory later moved to live near the Hopi Indians to capture them in photos and paintings to show how these seclusive people lived. Known as one of the southwest United States greatest artists, Cory is honored by the Waukegan Arts Council who presents the Kate Cory Award to a local artist.

Today, many local artists are not only bringing a better education of art to the community, but also showcasing a city filled with many different cultural backgrounds, and celebrating those cultures. Examples include the mariachi bands at the elementary and middle schools within Waukegan School District 60 and the Waukegan Tamburitzan, a dance organization formed in 1972 to promote Croatian heritage.

Known for his charcoal drawings, pencil drawings and watercolor, Phil Austin is among artists recognized at the Waukegan Walk of Stars along Sheridan Road, Rohrer added. Austin’s daughter recently presented to the Waukegan Public Library slides featuring her father’s work.

“These dance groups are an opportunity to teach the new generations, those born in Waukegan who may not have background of the homeland, but can be taught the traditions of their predecessors,” Rohrer said.

The city began a recent movement to recognize local artists and help revitalize its downtown with the start of the Art Wauk, a monthly event since 2011. Each month, a property owner gives keys to a retail space to an ArtWauk artist, who turns the space into a professional gallery, recruiting more artists and hanging a show.

Waukegan continues to also celebrate and share the arts through work by the Waukegan Park District, which offers music, dance, art and theater programs as well as offers opportunities to see local performances such as the Waukegan Symphony Orchestra, Waukegan Concert Chorus and Bowen Park Theatre Company. The community also showcases the arts through community festivals. One is is the annual Ray

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Residential Living

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eaturing homes that attract a variety of price points and style preferences and offering a lakefront view and growing artistic environment, Waukegan offers a great place to call home. A lifelong Lake County resident and a properties broker, Marty Golden has lived in Waukegan for 20 years. He said what draws many to Waukegan is its proximity to Lake Michigan, the community environment and the opportunity for affordable housing, whether it be a mid-century ranch, Victorian style home, vintage farmhouse or a bungalow. Another great asset to living in Waukegan, he noted, is the up-and-coming arts and theater district. There’s the smaller community theater, the Three Brothers Theatre as well as the Genesee Theatre, which offers weekly headline acts. “A lot of people are moving in from other areas that want an up-and-coming arts and theater district, and we offer that in Waukegan with the various art galleries and the Art Wauk, which takes place every third Saturday of the month. It’s been a very positive impact,” he said. “There’s very creative art displays. You get a chance to meet local artists and see their talented work and actually buy some of it,” he added. Positive changes that also are bringing residents to Waukegan are the completion of the Waukegan Harbor clean-up, as well as future plans to develop the lakefront. Golden said his hope for future residential growth will be along the lakefront.

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Golden explained the city features entry-level price points for first-time home buyers, priced about $119,000. There also are affordable townhomes, which are priced near $129,000 where in other Lake County markets may cost $180,000. “I’m seeing a trend of younger people, millennials who grew up in Waukegan, graduated, went away to college and are now in the workforce and they desire to purchase their first home in Waukegan where they grew up. I’m seeing a lot of that,” he said. Golden said he’s also seen a couple higher priced home sales within the past year sold near $390,000 and $425,000, which is unusual for Waukegan. “It’s encouraging to see some higher dollar ticket items locally,” Golden said. “There is more stability with the market.”

Golden said he and many who come to live in Waukegan choose it as well for the love of the older homes, a historic gem along Sheridan Road. He recalls the first home he bought was a wood-framed Victorian from 1900, and then moved to one of the city’s historic landmarks built in 1853, a Gothic revival. He currently lives in a 1926 Georgian. “In order for me to duplicate this type of home that I have in another community such as Lake Forest or Lake Bluff, it would cost over $1 million,” Golden said. “And I was able to acquire it in Waukegan at around the $200,000 price point.” There’s also a large assortment of homes for those who want to renovate. Golden said he knows from personally shopping at the hardware store in Waukegan, many building supplies are often sold out as so many are completing renovations to their homes.

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stablished on Dec. 26, 1916, the district has 48 sites and more than 735 acres of land, including the 18-hole Bonnie Brook and 9-hole Greenshire Golf Courses. Facilities operated by the district include the Field House Sports, Fitness and Aquatics Center, the Jack Benny Center for the Arts, the Waukegan SportsPark, the Waukegan Skate Park, the Waukegan BMX Track, recreational centers, an outdoor swimming pool, disc golf course, dog exercise area and agility course, outdoor sports fields, picnic areas, playgrounds, and sports courts including basketball, tennis and pickleball. A full range of programs and services are offered year-round for all ages, from infants to seniors, as well as special needs populations. Healthy lifestyles, wellness initiatives, and a connection with the outdoors and nature are integrated throughout programs, services and special events. Cultural events are provided by the Waukegan Symphony Orchestra and Concert Chorus, and the Waukegan History Museum. There is something for everyone! HEALTH AND WELLNESS Waukegan’s premier fitness facility, the Field House Sports, Fitness and Aquatics Center was opened in 2006. Today it bustles with more than 5,550 members who work out at the 14,000-square-foot fitness center, the one-seventh mile indoor track, the gymnasium with six hardwood sports courts for basketball and volley ball, two batting cages and a three-story climbing wall. Member and non-member locker rooms, meeting rooms, a Waukegan Public Library branch library, concessions kitchen and child care center complete the Center. The new aquatics center addition opened in December 2016 with a six-lane competition lap pool, a warm water therapy pool and a children’s splash and play area. Membership is affordable and includes use of the facilities, equipment and classes. Significant partnerships with SilverSneakers and Prime encourage seniors to stay active and healthy. Promoting physical activity and health is a programing priority. A key to health and wellness is active living or getting at least 30 minutes each day of exercise. A partnership with Lake County Health Department’s Live

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Well initiative focusing on reducing cardiovascular disease, hypertension, obesity and diabetes has resulted in the free Go Waukegan program. empowering residents to improve their overall health through the simple act of walking. A Vista Health System partnership delivers free educational programs and health screenings year-round and rehabilitative therapies at the Aquatic Center. The Waukegan Parks Foundation raises funds to provide every second-grade student in Waukegan a field trip to the Field House for a water safety and swim lesson, climbing lesson, physical activities and a healthy meal. A grant from North Shore Gas provides a free introductory starter SwimSmart class for ages 6 and 7 that focuses on water safety and being comfortable in the water. Waukegan residents have opportunities to learn pursue their favorite sports and recreational

pastimes at the Waukegan Park District. The Waukegan SportsPark opened in 2011, centralizing adult and youth outdoor soccer and softball. The award-winning facility contains 13 natural turf sports fields, one artificial turf championship field and four softball fields that accommodate Waukegan teams while attracting regional and national tournaments. Two golf courses attract Waukegan residents and golfers from neighboring communities. Parks throughout the community provide opportunities to play softball, basketball, tennis and other sports. COMMUNITY EVENTS AND PROGRAMS Families are the heart of Waukegan, and there is something for everyone at the park district from community-wide events, such as the Jan. 1 Polar Bear Plunge, Ray Bradbury’s Dandelion Wine Fine Arts Festival, American Independence Day Parade and Festival, Halloweenfest COMMUNITY RESOURCE GUIDE

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and Day of the Dead and the Do It Yourself Messiah and Carols Sing Along in December.

million restoration project is underway in Bowen Park as a partnership with Waukegan Harbor Citizen’s Advisory Group and grants from the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife and the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative.

The district reaches out to its community with a variety of free programs in neighborhood and community parks, such as Bowen Blues, Music at Washington Park, Arts Park, Movies in the Park, Parks and Play and the Tanabata Festival.

One of the oldest parks, Roosevelt Park, has undergone many changes to make it more environmentally friendly. The lagoon was transformed into a wetland to remove pollution and reduce sediment moving downstream into Lake Michigan. Permeable pavers in the parking lot and the rain garden also reduce pollution. The loop path system and boardwalk promotes walking through the park. The signage in the park won the Illinois Society of Landscape Architects Merit Award.

An annual “free for all’ during the Christmas and New Year’s school holiday provides the community with free days and programs at the Field House in addition to the free, year-round daily walking times, popular with seniors. Throughout the year, the district provides special interest, recreation, health, wellness, nature and cultural programs that are free and benefit residents of all ages. CONSERVATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP Conservation and environmental stewardship are the heart of the Waukegan Park District. More than 100 years ago, citizens began to realize that Waukegan’s beautiful and diverse natural areas were being lost and threatened as the city was growing. After the park district was formed in 1916, the first commissioners acquired lands of great natural beauty to preserve them for future generations to enjoy, Washington and Roosevelt parks. In 1931, Bonnie Brook Golf course was purchased at the urging of the community who

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to preserve the land from development. Bonnie Brook is rated as one of the best public 19-hole golf courses in the region. In 1963, Bowen Park was purchased and continues to be one of Waukegan’s prized jewels with its spectacular playground, Grosche Field, Lilac Cottage, Waukegan History Museum, Jack Benny Center for the Arts, Jane Addams Center, Children’s Garden and the Morrison Picnic Center. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. A $1.5

Most recently, the district has responded to the devastation of ash trees in its parks by the Emerald Ash Borer with a management plan that supported the removal of affected trees and planting of replacements. LOOKING TO THE FUTURE In this Centennial Year, the Waukegan Park District is looking to the future by planning new facilities for Belvidere Park. It is celebrating its first 100 years with a parade and community festival on July 2, 2017, which will include a time capsule burial and planting 100 Centennial trees. For more information about the Waukegan Park District, events and programs, visit www.waukeganparks.org.

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rtWauk, a monthly explosion of the tactical application of the arts, contributes to the cultural education and artistic appreciation in Waukegan, while helping the economic development of the downtown. Every month, different artwork, artists and spaces are involved, challenging the community to understand art in all its forms. This grassroots event transforms from one month to the next, sometimes following a theme – such as honoring veterans and active military – and more often being as individualistic as the artists themselves. Galleries participating in ArtWauk have hosted internationally, nationally and locally known artists who work in a variety of media with diverse themes. Internationally known contemporary visual artist Trevor Bell’s warehouse-sized abstracts were featured in Urban Edge Gallery. Sculptor Bruce Niemi, whose works appear throughout the United States, was integral to exhibit entitled “Texture.” A curated show from the Richard Harris Art Collection attracted first time visitors to Waukegan, including families in town for graduation at Naval Station Great Lakes, art enthusiasts from Chicago and Milwaukee, and Genesee Theatre patrons who made a point of arriving early specifically to see the exhibit. Original works by Rembrandt, Toulouse-Lautrec, van Ultrect, Albrecht Dürer, Jasper Johns, Marcos Raya and Robert Mapplethorpe were among the museum quality pieces featured in the exhibit. Because of the importance and nature of this exhibit, the gallery was open

specific days every week to maximize its availability to visitors. ART EVOLUTION Locally revered artists, such as Maggie Schwarz Kraus and Skip Wiese were at the start of the art evolution in Waukegan decades ago and continue to be active in the art revolution. Dandelion Gallery partnered with both Swingline and Waukegan Tire on separate exhibits that used materials from those corporations in their

works. Dandelion Gallery also supports young artists through a high school gallery show and a scholarship program. The Mic in the Karcher Artspace holds spoken word showcases monthly and experiments with pairing performance and visual arts. Karcher 405 Gallery developed a show celebrating Black History Month entitled “Black [N][V][Adj]”, featuring a film, roundtable discussions, physical art and culinary art centered on the African-American experience in the United States.

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Live performances and pop-up galleries round out the offerings during this cooperative art experience. On any given ArtWauk night, Jerry Seinfeld may be making people laugh at the Genesee Theatre, Three Brothers Theatre may be showcasing the world premiere of an upand-coming playwright, and punk bands may be at The Burgundy Room – within blocks of each other. Outdoor pop-up galleries featuring photographs of lost architectural wonders or traditional Dia de Muertes sugar add to the offerings and the diverse flavor of the exhibits. These temporary, pop-up galleries are often stepping stones for new artists to become part of the art scene, at times leading to a permanent bricks-and-mortar space. The original concept of the ArtWauk was to fill vacant properties to improve the perception of the downtown neighborhood. The ultimate goal was to make available spaces vibrant enough to recruit viable businesses, creating local jobs, broadening the tax base and improving the overall quality of life in Waukegan. On Waukegan’s birthday, February 23, in 2002, Mayor Dan Drew and other visionaries supported the first ArtWauk.

In February 2011, a team consisting of artists, volunteers, city staff and Waukegan Main Street staff coordinated a grand opening for Dinosaur Studio Tattoo and the new office for Illinois State Representative Rita Mayfield. On the same block. On the same day. Organizers and business owners alike were thrilled to see people from every walk of life come downtown for the free event and to celebrate new doors opening. Six years on, they are both still a vibrant part of the arts community and their neighbor, Family Piano Co., has expanded to include additional lesson rooms and a performance space as more people become keenly aware of the documented benefits of arts and music. The success of this model has been remarkable. Thanks to cooperation from forward-thinking property owners, the team renovated space for six new businesses to open on one block of South Genesee Street. The basic model was put into play by these steps: a property owner shares keys to a small retail space with an ArtWauk artist. The artist rallies volunteers to paint walls, scrub the windows and floors, replace lighting and turn the space into a

professional gallery, recruiting more artists and hanging a show. The volunteer force would be the basis of the marketing machine, distributing and posting flyers and utilizing social media to draw people to the grand opening. The return on investment for the property owners was hundreds of people walking through their available facilities and seeing the spaces in the best possible light. Every one of the six original spaces has been rented to a paying tenant. The years of monthly ArtWauks have energized and positively changed Waukegan’s downtown. Property owners have enjoyed renewed interest in their buildings; business owners reap the rewards of more foot traffic; artists delight in additional spaces to exhibit; and the overall perception of downtown has dramatically improved. City spokesman David Motley, an artist and one of the event organizers, was quoted in the Lake County News-Sun: “Waukegan is known as that destination to come experience art. We’re able to enjoy five years of success and five years of a good reputation. People have expectations when they come to ArtWauk that are really high.” ArtWauk continues to evolve with the times, with the art, and with the community.

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Calendar of Events Business After Hours Third Wednesday of every month Business Networking 5 to 7 p.m. Lunch & Learns Business development workshops Waukegan Public Library First Wednesday of every month 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wake Up with Waukegan Quarterly breakfast networking & speaker 8 to 9:30 a.m. 2017: Aug. 22, Nov. 7 2018: Jan. 24, April 24 Women’s Networking Luncheon’s Last Thursday of every month 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. 11th Annual Golf Outing – Glen Flora Country Club Chamber fundraiser 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., lunch and golf 5 to 7:30 p.m., After Hours fundraiser June 8, 2017 Scoop Waukegan Classic Car Show Downtown Waukegan July 7 and 8, 2017 Multi Chamber Mega Event 5 to 7:30 p.m. Sept. 21, 2017 www.waukeganchamber.org info@waukeganchamber.org (847) 623-6800

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ince 1898, Waukegan Public Library has been committed to making a difference in the community. Through information and readers’ services, programs, classes, exhibits, print and digital collections and more, Waukegan Public Library serves an average of 1,000 patrons of all ages every day. The library’s innovative services and community-focused work was recognized in 2013 with the National Medal for Museum and Library Service, the highest honor given to museums and libraries in the country. ESSENTIAL SERVICES Located at the heart of downtown Waukegan, at the intersection of County and Clayton streets, Waukegan Public Library is dedicated to enriching the lives of Waukegan residents through learning, from early childhood to adulthood. The library’s collection contains over 250,000 items, including books, magazines, DVDs & Blu-Ray discs, audiobooks and ebooks. The library provides internet access, public access computers, collaborative workstations, study rooms and meeting rooms. A small café space and the Friends of the Waukegan Public

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Library’s book sale provide opportunities for patrons to gather together, work together and support the library’s work. The library brings the community together for a variety of fun events throughout the year, including its free summer concert series. CHILDREN & FAMILY SERVICES Waukegan Public Library offers a variety of world-class opportunities for children to learn and grow. The award-winning Early Learning Center (ELC), located in the Children’s Department on the lower level, is an innovative, museum-like bilingual learning environment. Sponsored by North Shore Gas, the ELC teaches preschool concepts like letter, number and color recognition through a fun theme. Supportive programming including storytimes for children from birth through age 7, handson programs for kids in grades 3-8 and family activities. Homework help is available Mondays-Thursdays during the school year. YOUNG ADULT & ADULT SERVICES Information and readers’ services are available to young adults (high schoolers and older)

and adults, with librarians ready to help with research requests, technology assistance, notary services and more. Programming for young adults includes a weekly homework help program, leadership council and college preparatory workshop series – as well as enrichment opportunities. Adults can take advantage of the monthly book club, seasonal reading programs and cultural opportunities. LEARNING SERVICES The library is committed to supporting Waukegan through a lifetime of learning. For adult learners, the library offers a full suite of classes: learn how to use a computer, how to find a job, how to access health care and live more healthfully. Adult learners at the library receive support from volunteer tutors to work on reading, math and writing skills, and English language learners can practice their skills in a group conversational class or with an ESL tutor. Learn all about your Waukegan Public Library at www.waukeganpl.org.

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aukegan provides excellent learning opportunities for its students at the elementary, high school and college level. One way that Waukegan is providing this excellent education is by continuing to explore and make continuous improvements to better serve the Waukegan community. A new superintendent, Theresa Plascencia, is bringing innovative ideas to Waukegan School District 60 to provide exceptional educational opportunities. The largest district in Lake County, Waukegan District 60, serves about 17,000 pre-K through 12th-grade students. Nicholas Alajakis, chief of staff at Waukegan School District 60, explained one of the changes the district will implement this summer will be offering a free summer school program to kindergarten through eighth grade students. The idea came listening to parents, who are eager to find more summer opportunities for their children. It also will help students progress in their learning. “This is helping students to prepare for the next grade and to give them enriching curriculum in English, math and STEM fields, to bring some robust programs to these students during the summer when that summer loss often takes hold,” he said.

focus on getting them on track when they first come to our high school,” Alajakis said. The district includes 24 buildings, and many of these also have received or will receive a little makeover. Among the completed improvements was equipping five buildings with full air conditioning.

Some exciting changes coming next school year will be providing across the district an all-day kindergarten and restructuring the high schools: All freshmen and sophomore students will attend the Brookside campus, and juniors and seniors will go to the Washington campus.

Putting a priority on getting technology in students’ hands, Alajakis noted next year the district will be beefing up its one-to-one initiative, providing a device such as a Chromebook in every high school and middle school students’ hands.

“We think this will allow us to give more grade specific support to our students so we can really

“Technology is the future. The way students are learning today is changing monthly, not just

every year,” Alajakis said. “We have to stay on top of it, and we have to be sure the resources we’re giving our students are state of the art and that our students are learning to be leaders and learners for the future.” Alajakis said their goal is taking a close look at how the district can better serve the Waukegan community. So far, the district is receiving positive feedback, excited with its direction and a better understanding because the community is taking part in the decisions. “There is excitement for the future and the direction we’re going in, and we’re happy to see that because we want people to buy in and we want people to get involved,” he said. “That is how you push the school district forward. When you have a strong public school district, it leads to a stronger community.” The College of Lake County Lakeshore Campus in downtown Waukegan offers all the benefits of the main College of Lake County campus but on a smaller scale. The campus provides a full range of academic choices, including all of the college’s associate degree options and several certificate programs. Lakeshore also offers GED and English as a Second Language courses as well as non-credit continuing education for personal enrichment.

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Schools College of Lake County 19351 W. Washington St., Grayslake (847) 543-2000 www.clcillinois.edu College of Lake County (Lakeshore Campus) 111 N. Genesee St., Waukegan (847) 543-2191 www.clcillinois.edu/lakeshore Robert Morris University – Illinois Lake County Branch 1507 S. Waukegan Rd., Waukegan (847) 578-6030 www.robertmorris.edu Cristo Rey St. Martin College Prep 501 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 244-6895 www.cristoreystmartin.org Chicago Community Learning Center 2835 Belvidere, Ste. 205, Waukegan (847) 672-8585 www. cclctraining.org Starting in 1981 as a storefront expansion site, the Lakeshore campus has continued to grow to become a vital part of downtown Waukegan. And the college also is continuing to grow and improve to meet students’ needs. A $47 million project, which is expected to begin in May 2018 and anticipated to be completed in 2021, will provide new classrooms and space for one-stop enrollment services, life sciences, library adult education, administration and child care. The existing buildings also will be upgraded with new finishes and upgraded infrastructure, and additional space will be provided for student interaction. The new and existing campus buildings will be centered on a redeveloped pedestrian quad planned in the current Madison Street right of way. The quad will feature outdoor student seating areas, newly developed green space, a student drop off circle drive and short term parking spaces.

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Business Profiles Soto’s Furniture, printing is done by Little Fort Media and Olson’s Ace is definitely the place. A Cuban Experience has a BYOB policy for the convenience of their customers and urges customers to frequent the local eateries on Genesee Street. The Cuban Experience provides a warm and family-like environment. Come to enjoy a cigar, lounge in comfy leather chairs and enjoy a game on the large TVs. Free Wi-Fi is available.

Founded in 2014, Heart of the City inspires children to be competitive on the field, successful in school and productive in their community. The charitable organization coupled its existing recreation league with the nationally-recognized North Central United travel club two years ago. The two programs now exist side by side, further increasing access to year-round soccer opportunities and the invaluable life lessons that they provide. ZÜMBIER 3232 W. Monroe Ave., Waukegan www.zumbier.com ZümBier is the first brewery in Waukegan since 1916 when Besleys Waukegan Brewing shut its doors. Founders Larry and Talea Bloom were looking for a career change and a diverse community to host their dream to make beer in a craft beer deprived city.

A CUBAN EXPERIENCE, LLC 119 N. Genesee St., Waukegan www.acubanexperience.com A Cuban Experience began as a group of friends, cigar aficionados and boaters, who would meet in the summer at Waukegan Harbor on beautiful Lake Michigan to enjoy cigars and share boating stories. What started as a summertime dock event quickly stretched into the off-boating season. They continued to share their love of cigars with one another and before they knew it, they had formed a social smoking group that continued to grow in size. A few members have had the privilege of touring manufacturing sites in Honduras, and three years ago went to Cuba to visit Havana and the famous Robaina plantation. Over time, their cigar knowledge and experience grew into rolling cigars for their personal enjoyment. They invested in a rolling machine, molds and a cigar press. They quickly learned the best blends to combine and also which ones not to combine. Their passion for a quality cigar drove their desire to bring a one-of-a-kind to downtown Waukegan. They are currently in the application process to gain a federal manufacturing license so they can share their unique blends with others. A Cuban Experience opened in July 2016. The 6,000-square-foot cigar lounge and retail shop is located in the heart of downtown Waukegan, in a historic building on Genesee Street, just steps from the historic Genesee Theatre in the Art and Theatre District. They are committed to growing this area of Waukegan and supporting their fellow local businesses: all furnishings were bought at

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HEART OF THE CITY 218 N. Genesee Rd., Waukegan www.heartofthecitysports.org Soccer is not only a popular sport, but it is also a powerful pathway to youth development. Studies show that young people who play organized soccer are more likely than their counterparts to graduate, attend college and obtain degrees. In addition, young people who participate in soccer often possess a greater capacity for empathy because they learn and grow through moments of success and failure. They also share a more defined connection to the local community because of the way soccer brings friends, families and neighborhoods together.

Since producing the first batch of Hootch #5 their dream has changed and grown with what fueled the local community’s thirst. Today ZümBier has a taproom that serves “innovation biers” alongside traditional German and European styles. “We take the best of our heritage and mix in the freedom of American, ethnic and culinary flavors and ingredients,” Larry said. “We love Waukegan and having a place to welcome all of our friends and neighbors. Everyone is treated like family here,” Talea added. The taproom is open five days a week, is pet and family friendly and encourages carry-in or delivery food to increase customers’ enjoyment. Hours and special events are available online at www.zumbier.com or www.facebook.com/ zumbier.

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Important Phone Numbers City of Waukegan Chamber of Commerce 214 W. Washington St., Ste. 2 Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 623-6800 info@waukeganchamber.org www.waukeganchamber.org Waukegan City Hall 100 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 599-2500 Waukegan Park District 2000 Belvidere Rd. 60085 Waukegan, IL (847) 360-4700 Waukegan Township 149 S. Genesee St. Waukegan IL 60085 (847) 244-4900 Greater Waukegan Development Coalition (847) 440-2021 Waukegan Main Street (847) 623-6650 Waukegan Police Department non-emergency (847) 360-9000 Waukegan Fire Department non-emergency (847) 249-5410 Waukegan Animal Control (847) 599-2690 Metra automated help line (847) 599-2595

1st Ward Sam Cunningham 411 McKinley Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 249-8075

6th Ward Larry TenPas 1414 Hickory St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 244-0869

2nd Ward Patrick Seger 2110 Pearsall Prkwy. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 662-7311

7th Ward Lisa May 402 Glendenning Pl. Waukegan, IL 60087 (847) 494-3282

3rd Ward Greg Moisio 2721 Brookside Ave. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 336-4354

8th Ward Bill Valko 4230 Midlane Dr. Wadsworth, IL 60083 (847) 244-5235

4th Ward David Villalobos 227 N. West St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (217) 766-9390

9th Ward Ann Taylor 5510 Fairmont Rd. Waukegan, IL 60048 (847) 212-4762

5th Ward Edith Newsome 2014 W. Grove Ave. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 336-3941

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City of Waukegan Chamber of Commerce OUR MISSION The City of Waukegan Chamber of Commerce mission is threefold: To promote business growth in Waukegan, to serve members with personal and professional development opportunities and to affect public policy decisions to the benefit of the Waukegan business community. In addition to the opportunities and benefits available to member businesses, the City of Waukegan Chamber of Commerce also facilitates action on issues of larger concern to both businesses and citizens of the area. WHO WE ARE The City of Waukegan Chamber of Commerce is not a building, not an individual, but a group of concerned business people working together. When you join the City of Waukegan Chamber of Commerce, you become a part of a growing number of businesses who recognize the power of many is greater than the power of one. Chamber members are as diverse as the city itself; they represent businesses of all sizes and industries. Together, we’re shaping Waukegan’s dynamic business environment and making the city an exceptional place to live and work. Join us and make your own connection in Waukegan and the business world. JOIN Chamber membership is an outstanding value whether your company is large or small. When your company joins, every employee automatically become a Chamber member, eligible for all of the programs and services we offer. When you invest in a membership in the Chamber, it’s much like any other investment you make. You can sit back and watch it grow in the form of a better community, which should mean better business and bigger profits for you and your company. Or you can actively

manage your investment by taking advantage of the many features, such as: • Access to networking and special events • Members-only pricing and benefits for events • Business and industry advocacy • Advertising and marketing • Membership lists • Member window decal • Link on the chamber website • Weekly newsletter • Email news and announcements • Referrals

• Sponsorship • Opportunities to join committees • Professional staff CITY OF WAUKEGAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 214 Washington St., 2nd floor Waukegan, IL 60085 www.waukeganchamber.org info@waukeganchamber.org

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Members by Category ADVERTISING & MEDIA Blue Sky Marketing Group 633 Skokie Blvd., Ll100 Northbrook, IL 60062 (847) 656-9329 Daily Herald 155 E. Algonquin Rd. Arlington Heights, IL 60005 (847) 427-4677 GMedia Wraps 13655 W. Irma Lee Ct., #100 Lake Forest, IL 60045 (847) 636-6389 La Nueva Semana 1180 E. Dundee Rd. Palatine, IL 60074 (847) 239-4815 Little Fort Media 113 N. Genesee St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 244-9666 News Sun 435 N. Michigan Ave., Ste. 200 Chicago, IL 60611 (847) 249-7284

ASSOCIATIONS, CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS Boy Scouts of America NE IL 2745 Skokie Valley Rd. Highland Park, IL 60035 (224) 465-7851 CAP Lake County 2424 Washington St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 249-4330 x3318 Greater Waukegan Development Coalition 13 N. Genesee St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 440-2021 Lake County Bar Association 300 Grand Ave., Ste. A Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 244-3143 Puerto Rican Society 150 S. Milwaukee Ave. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 662-1459 Rotary Club of Waukegan P.O. Box 8728 Waukegan, IL 60079 (262) 748-0708

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Veterans of Foreign Wars 1550 Grand Ave., Ste. C Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 336-4930

Thornton’s, Inc. 3233 Grand Ave. Waukegan, IL 60085 (502) 327-7297

Waukegan Band Foundation P.O. Box 8936 Waukegan, IL 60079

Transmission Solutions, Inc. 49C Lebaron St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 625-1700

Waukegan Main Street 214 Washington St., 2nd Fl. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 623-6650

AUTOMOTIVE, AVIATION & MARINE Alexian Brothers The Harbor 826 North Ave. Waukegan, IL 60085 (773) 327-9921 All Star Car Wash 527 N. Green Bay Rd. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 336-9274 The Auto Warehouse 3375 W. Grand Ave. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 693-3200 Classic Dealer Group 515 N. Green Bay Rd. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 336-4300 General Mitchell International Airport 5300 S. Howell Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53207 (414) 747-4545 Grease Monkey 821 N. Greenbay Rd. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 662-5900 Jack-Son Auto Sales 712 S. Green Bay Rd. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 244-4411 Larsen Marine Service, Inc. 625 Sea Horse Dr. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 336-5456 Signature Flight Support 3550 N. Mcaree Rd. Waukegan, IL 60087 (847) 336-9220

Waukegan Harbor & Marina 55 N. Harbor Pl. Waukegan, IL 60085 (312) 296-7194 Wheels of Chicago 415 N. Green Bay Rd. Waukegan, IL 60085 (773) 247-4700

BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL SERVICES A-List Limousine Service, Inc. 2504 Washington St., #205A Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 949-8770 Arcoa 3300 Washington St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 249-7011 Comcast Business Services 1500 McConnor Pkwy. Schaumburg, IL 60173 (847) 789-1451 CREED Consulting 70 Hummingbird Ln. Streamwood, IL 60107 (630) 499-1599 Express Employment Professionals 2037 N. Green Bay Rd. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 782-7268 Family Piano Co. 114 S. Genesee St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 775-1920 Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys 946 N. Greenbay Rd. Waukegan, IL 60085 (708) 222-2222 Horizon Benefits Services 130 N. Genesee St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 746-6115

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Members by Category Howe Security, Inc. 116 N. Waukegan Rd. Lake Bluff, IL 60044 (847) 582-1060 Laura Rodriguez Photography 832 Prescott St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 693-6004 Pro/Data Payroll Services, Inc. 1125 Tri-State Pkwy., Ste. 710 Gurnee, IL 60031 (847) 775-0900 Ray Vukovich Consulting 1703 Hyde Park Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 702-1290 River Glen Capital Group, LLC 28100 N. Ashley Cir., Ste. 101A Libertyville, IL 60048 (847) 996-3200 Rose Pest Solutions 414 Frontage Rd. Northfield, IL 60093 (224) 277-2244 Russell Warye, Inc. 1850 W. Winchester Rd., Ste. 103 Libertyville, IL 60048 (847) 247-8811 Schrank’s Smoke N’Gun 2010 Washington St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 662-4034 Seasons Residential Services, FIST Inc. 680 S. Genesee St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 231-3039

COMPUTERS & TELECOMMUNICATIONS AT&T Waukegan 4056 Northpoint Blvd. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 887-0101

ENTERTAINMENT & RECREATION A Cuban Experience 119 N. Genesee St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 672-8088 Bonny’s Bistro (773) 294-8901 Genesee Theatre 203 N. Genesee St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 782-2366 Planet Fitness 2223 N. Lewis Ave. Waukegan, IL 60087 (847) 249-9800 Shelby’s 2800 S. River Rd. Des Plaines, IL 60018 (847) 423-8162 Three Brothers Theatre 115 N. Genesee St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (319) 621-0024

FINANCE & INSURANCE

Travel On Park 1539 Henry Pl. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 775-1225

Associated Bank 1 S. Genesee St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 623-3800

Westgate Funerals and Tributes 616 Washington St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 662-8000

Consumers Credit Union 2626 N. IL Rte. 83 Round Lake Beach, IL 60073 (847) 265-5541

Xcel Staffing Solutions 2701 Grand Ave. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 261-2550

First Midwest Bank 214 Washington St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 473-6005 Great Lakes Credit Union 3290 N. Lewis Ave. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 578-7331

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Leading Edge Financial Consultants, Ltd. 404 Chateau Dr. Buffalo Grove, IL 60089-6708 (847) 722-5390 Mobile Accounting P.O. Box 8664 Waukegan, IL 60085 (224) 321-6859 Nauta Insurance 2111 Washington Ave. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 662-8750 NorStates Bank 1601 N. Lewis Ave. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 755-8200 North Chicago Community Bank 1801 Sheridan Rd. North Chicago, IL 60064 (847) 473-3006 Siempre Tax+ 116A Genesee St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (815) 344-6786 Statewide Insurance 36911 N. Greenbay Rd. Waukegan, IL 60087 (847) 689-4649

GOVERNMENT, EDUCATION & NONPROFITS American Cancer Society 100 Tri-State Int’l., Ste. 125 Lincolnshire, IL 60069 (847) 317-0366 Artspace 405 Washington St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (224) 829-9986 Challenge Unlimited 4 Emmie L. Kaus Ln. Alton, IL 62002 (618) 465-0044 x1028 City of Waukegan 100 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 599-2500 College of Lake County 19351 W. Washington St. Grayslake, IL 60030 (847) 543-2113

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Members by Category Concordia University 10222 74th St., Ste. 110 Kenosha, WI 53142 (262) 697-8260

Waukegan Park District 2000 Belvidere St. Waukegan, IL 60085-6172 (847) 360-4721

ElderCARE Lake County 410 Grand Ave. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 376-9358

Waukegan Public Library 128 N. County St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 623-2041

Employee Connections 2504 Washington St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 360-7177

Waukegan Public Schools 1201 N. Sheridan Rd. Waukegan, IL 60085 (224) 303-1000

Heart of the City Sports 218 N. Genesee St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (224) 656-1207 Independence Center 2025 Washington St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 360-1020 x1022 Lake County Regional Office of Education 800 Lancer Ln., E-128 Grayslake, IL 60030-2656 (847) 543-7491 LEARN Charter School 3021 W. Carroll Ave. Chicago, IL 60612 (773) 358-3904 Menta Academy — North 621 Belvidere Rd. Waukegan, IL 60085 (630) 632-5487 One Hope United — Lake Villa 215 N. Milwaukee Ave. Lake Villa, IL 60046 (847) 245-6553 One Hope United Waukegan 2115 Ernie Krueger Cir. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 245-6800 Optimum Wellness Center 1109 Washington St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (224) 944-7701 St. Anastasia Catholic Church 624 Douglas Ave. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 623-8320 Switch Lanes 2424 Washington St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (262) 842-5263

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HEALTH CARE Avery Family Denstistry 3461 Sunset Ave. Waukegan, IL 60087 (847) 662-6080 Family Chiropractic & Sports Rehab 2504 Washington St., Ste. 200B Waukegan, IL 60085 (224) 637-8335 Glenlake Terrace Nursing & Rehab Centre L 2222 W. 14th St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 249-2400 Mobile Therapy Centers of America 1870 W. Winchester Rd., #203 Libertyville, IL 60048 (847) 816-7200 PrompMed Urgent Care 724 N. Green Bay Rd. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 901-8400 Talecris Plasma Resources 2609 W. Grand Ave. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 599-9600 Vista Health System 1324 N. Sheridan Rd. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 360-4400 Waukegan Immediate Care Center 1075 N. Green Bay Rd. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 782-7120 Weebits for Families Sarah Rosten Grayslake, IL 60030 (224) 360-2542

HOME & GARDEN All Season’s Landscaping 520 W. Madison St., Ste. #1 Waukegan, IL 60085 (224) 715-2950

HOUSING & APARTMENTS The Landings at Amhurst Lake 1375 S. White Oak Dr. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 785-7500

LEGAL Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard P.C. 218 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 249-1227

LODGING, TRAVEL & TRANSPORTATION Courtyard by Marriott 3800 Northpoint Blvd. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 689-8000 Holiday Inn Express & Suites of Waukegan 611 Lakehurst Rd. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 473-4400 Lakes at Fountain Square Apartments 500 Lakehurst Rd. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 689-4464 Residence Inn by Marriott 1440 S. White Oak Dr. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 689-9240 SpringHill Suites 4101 Fountain Square Pl. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 688-9800

MANUFACTURING, PRODUCTION & WHOLESALE Asia Dynamics, Inc. 1565 S. Shields Dr. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 688-9968

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Members by Category Chimney King P.O. Box 8 Gurnee, IL 60031 (847) 244-8860 Coca-Cola Enterprises 750 Chestnut Ave. Park City, IL 60085 (847) 263-0700 Cornfields, Inc. 3830 Sunset Ave. Waukegan, IL 60087 (847) 263-7000 x234 Great Lakes Roofing Corporation 2430 W. Wadsworth Rd. Waukegan, IL 60085 (262) 437-0600 x209 Joel Kennedy Constructing Group P.O. Box 509 Gurnee, IL 60031 (847) 360-8080 Southwire 1530 Shields Dr. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 672-2423 Uline 2200 S. Lakeside Dr. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 473-2001 VisualPak 1909 S. Waukegan Rd. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 689-1000

OFFICE/SHIPPING EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES Hansen Associates, Inc. 888 E. Belvidere Rd., Ste. 317 Grayslake, IL 60030 (847) 986-3500 Office Plus of Lake County 1428 Glen Flora Ave. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 662-5393

PERSONAL SERVICES & CARE Tropical Tan 1151 N. Greenbay Rd. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 672-9310

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PUBLIC UTILITIES & ENVIRONMENT Deigan & Associates 28834 N. Herkey Dr., Unit 120 Lake Bluff, IL 60044 (847) 578-5000 NRG — Midwest Generation 401 E. Greenwood Ave. Waukegan, IL 60087 (847) 599-2261

REAL ESTATE @Properties 412 W. Greenwood Ave. Waukegan, IL 60087 (312) 593-5008 RE/MAX 5445 Grand Ave., Ste. 200 Gurnee, IL 60031 (847) 360-3311 Riverside Management and Leasing Corp 28100 N. Ashley Cir., 101A Libertyville, IL 60048 (847) 782-1807 RTO Properties 522 N. Sheridan Rd., 2nd. Fl. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 672-4848

Green Town Tavern 110 S. Genesee St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 244-1001 Harbor’s Edge 175 Harbor Pl. Waukegan, IL 60085 (815) 451-8976 La Canoa 50 S. Green Bay Rd. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 602-2061 Rosati’s 226 N. Sheridan Rd. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 336-0100 Sicilia’s — Italian Cookies & Pastries Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 814-3398 Tr’s Front Row On Greenwood 219 W. Greenwood Ave. Waukegan, IL 60087 (847) 623-2337 Zumbier 3232 Monroe Ave. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 420-7313

RETAIL

RESTAURANTS, FOOD & BEVERAGE

Bargains In A Box 3043 Belvidere Rd. Waukegan, IL 60085 (708) 583-1800

Anastasia’s 3880 Northpoint Blvd. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 688-1317

SHOPPING & SPECIALTY RETAIL

Booner’s Place 1210 Washington St. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 360-8836

Family Jewelry and Loan 422 N. Green Bay Rd. Waukegan, IL 60085 (224) 944-0728

Buffalo Wild Wings 3961 Fountain Square Dr. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 473-3194

Francene’s Jewelry 2601 9th Pkwy. Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 962-4466

Dunkin Donuts 790 W. Frontage Rd. Northfield, IL 60093 (847) 688-0800 Glen Flora Country Club 2200 N. Sheridan Rd. Waukegan, IL 60087 (847) 244-6300

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Advertiser Index A-List Limousine & Bus . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Rita Mayfield — State Representative 60th District. ADI Medical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Meeting Essentials. . . . . . . . . . Changing Lives Upscale Resale Shop . . . . 11 NorStates Bank . . . . . . . . . . . City of Waukegan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 North Chicago Community Bank . . Classic Toyota • Kia . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 North Chicago Community Days . . College of Lake County . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Prompt Med Urgent Care & Deigan & Associates, LLC . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Occupational Health . . . . . . . . Eagle Foods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Schrank’s Smoke ‘N Gun . . . . . . Erie HealthReach Shelby’s Waukegan . . . . . . . Waukegan Health Center. . . . . . . . . . 26 Talecris Plasma Resources . . . Family Chiropractic & Sports Rehab . . . . 26 Trackside Waukegan OTB . . . . First Midwest Bank . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Uline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fong’s Kitchen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Vista Health Systems . . . . . . Glen Flora Country Club . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Waukegan Housing Authority . Marty Golden, CNE — @properties . . . . 13 Waukegan Immediate Care . . Great Lakes Credit Union . . . . . . . . . . 23 Waukegan Park District . . . . . The Harbors Edge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Waukegan Port District . . . . . Lake County Regional Office of Education. 21 Waukegan Public Library . . . . The Landings at Amhurst Lake . . . . . . . 12 Waukegan Township Park Place Lilac Ledge. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

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