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Wheeling Village President’s Welcome

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Mayor of Prospect Heights Welcome

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Manufacturing Hub

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Chamber Welcome

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Members of the Year 2017

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Board of Directors

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Dining

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About the Chamber

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Events

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Important Phone Numbers

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Members – Alphabetical

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Schools

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Members by Category

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Indian Trails Public Library

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Advertiser Index

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Economic Development

This is a Town Square Publication created and produced for the WHEELING/PROSPECT HEIGHTS AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 2 Community Blvd. • Ste. 203 • Wheeling, IL 60090 Phone: (847) 541-0170 • Fax: (847) 541-0296 www.wphchamber.com Copyright© 2017 TOWN SQUARE PUBLICATIONS 155 E. Algonquin Rd. • Arlington Heights, IL 60005 www.townsquarepublications.com Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information in this publication. The Chamber and Town Square assume no responsibility for misinformation. Please contact the Chamber with any additions or corrections. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission of the Chamber and Town Square is prohibited.

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WHEELING VILLAGE PRESIDENT’S WELCOME

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On behalf of myself and the village board, thank you for supporting the Wheeling/ Prospect Heights Area Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The Chamber supports local business growth as it facilitates meaningful connections for members, lobbies governing bodies on behalf of business interests and provides opportunities to learn about best practices and available resources. As a small business owner, I know firsthand that businesses small and large sustain our local economy by creating employment opportunities; meeting local shopping, dining and professional service needs; providing businessto-business patronage; supplying tax revenues that support community services; and more. Home to over 850 licensed businesses across a range of 50 business sectors, with more than 13.8 million square feet of industrial space under roof, Wheeling is the hub of commerce and industry in the northwest suburbs. Of course, Wheeling is likely best known as home to the beloved Restaurant Row along Milwaukee Avenue, which continues to attract visitors from throughout the region. Overall economic trends in Wheeling are very positive; I am proud of our business community’s achievements. Total retail sales have increased, and our industrial vacancy rate of 4-5 percent continues to reflect strong demand. Additionally, progress made on several development projects in the Town Center area has spurred additional interest in other opportunities in town, and we look forward to building on this momentum. The coming year promises to be fruitful. Site and utility work has begun at Wheeling Town Center, and we anticipate the nearing

completion of the Northgate Crossing townhome development. The Village of Wheeling and the City of Prospect Heights will come together for Rock ’n’ Run the Runway, our annual Independence Day weekend festivities at Chicago Executive Airport, as well as for the Taste of the Town, which features Wheeling’s Restaurant Row. The village values our cooperation with neighbors and partner agencies to deliver core services and enhance our community, and this includes our collaboration with the Chamber to support our business promotion and attraction efforts. The village’s Department of Economic Development helps existing businesses manage future growth and space needs, recruits new businesses and industries and facilitates development. The village continues to promote growth in Wheeling in accordance with our Comprehensive Plan. Although Wheeling is an established suburb of Chicago, there are opportunities for infill commercial and industrial development, including two village-owned lots on Milwaukee Avenue. For information on location or development opportunities, please contact the Department of Economic Development at (847) 459-2605 or ed@wheelingil.gov. We are excited about Wheeling’s future, and I personally look forward to serving this dynamic community in the years to come. Sincerely,

Patrick Horcher

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MAYOR OF PROSPECT HEIGHTS WELCOME

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First and foremost, we thank our Wheeling/ Prospect Heights Chamber of Commerce who Prospect ssponsors ponsors this publication and many other great events throughout the year. Our progress in 2016 in Prospect Heights has not only been great – it has been phenomenal! Our income is in sync with our expenses and a balanced budget, plus we have built up more than adequate reserves. Most of all our success with our Economic Development Program took the lead with results that have never been matched by this city’s prior years. We launched $100 million dollars of new construction of which we have completed over 90 percent at this writing. This new year of 2017 will see the completion of those plans and great new ideas will herald the continued success we have had to date. I owe much gratitude to not only our present staff and the city council’s leadership, but also to our police department, Public Works and to our Planning and Zoning programs. These accomplishments also boast of providing new employment for well over 300 new jobs. We added Tony’s Fine Foods to the 87,000-squarefoot vacant storefront on Rand Road, a newly constructed 700-unit storage facility along with the 104-unit newly constructed Assisted Living Center and the new Chase Bank facility. The completely renovated Ramada Inn Plaza where you can stay and go bowling in their private facility joined the ranks of our other five hotels on Milwaukee Avenue. Wait; there was even more: Ruffolo’s grocery and meat market opened their doors on the east side, a new municipal parking lot was built across from our police station, a new restaurant startup and a 20,000-square-foot furniture store are already open. Not a bad year’s of work for prosperity! The keystone for this coming year will be a new Thornton’s gas station also on Rand Road. These projects mean more income for the city and more jobs for the people. We continue to see more activity and are now reviewing plans for

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a Burger King; a large 5-acre development with new condo units for storage and sales of upscale antique cars is in the planning stages. Think of it as a man/auto cave where you can measure the wealth of the boys by the price of their toys. Our vision of a downtown redevelopment program will take shape with input from the council and our citizens. We will be looking for locations that can be purchased for that purpose. We are a small city of 4 square miles and 16,250 residents, but we are large of heart and thrive on our prosperity. We provide our residents with a safe city in which to live, work, play and shop. Our plan is to continue this trend for a long time to come. Progress with all that and many other issues helps me to tell the “Tale of Three River Cities,” which brought Wheeling, Prospect Heights and Mt. Prospect together with the construction of a levee. The tale of three river cities is what this was all about. We solved some long, latent economic problems with Wheeling, our co-owners at the Chicago Executive airport. The former animosity between our cities is long over. It has brought us together, and I can say that our two city friends live right next door. How about Mt Prospect? They helped pay for some of our share of the levee walls and allowed us to continue to tap into their water system for the new Chase Bank. Kudos to our neighbors to the south. So, that’s where we are. New roads, a smoothly functioning and well-staffed police department under the direction of Chief Al Steffen, excellent public works production led by Jim O’Neil, building and zoning led by Dan Peterson, our administrator Joe Wade and the entire council and city hall staff. Most of all, the morale and enthusiasm of our citizens with a sense of belonging now permeate our new future and will bring us a virtual new city in the years to come. Thank you to all.

Nicholas J. Helmer

Nicholas J. Helmer, Mayor of Prospect Heights

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CHAMBER WELCOME

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We truly believe that when local businesses are healthy and supported, neighborhoods flourish. We are honored to work alongside our dedicated board and volunteers to support our businesses through marketing and networking activities. We will work hard to improve our outreach and provide opportunities for Wheeling and Prospect Heights residents to get to know each other and share in the uniqueness that makes this area a great place to live, work and play. We need to highlight ourselves as a Chamber of progress, future and growth. Let’s keep moving forward. Sincerely,

There is no standing still. The Wheeling-Prospect Heights Area Chamber of Commerce & Industry is making changes to help its members – small and large businesses, as well as nonprofits – to thrive and prosper. Over the years, we have faced challenges, but we want to be able to look back and say we are better because of the challenges we overcame together to make Wheeling-Prospect Heights Area Chamber of Commerce & Industry what it is meant to be. We need to reflect. We need to commit. We need to build! The primary benefit of the WPH Chamber is its ability to take its membership and create a community. Its initiatives include marketing the Chamber, the Village of Wheeling and the City of Prospect Heights through social networking outlets and other cutting-edge technology. Throughout 2017-18, new programs will be launched, partnerships fostered and entrepreneurial spirits raised to increase networking and business connections.

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS

EXECUTIVE BOARD President

Michael Looby PostNet

Vice President

Joe Vito Lavelle Law

Past President

Matt Eggemeyer Keats Manufacturing

Treasurer

Aaron Bastable Westin Chicago North Shore

Executive Director

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DIRECTORS George Schwabe Vantagepoint Benefits Advisors Wendy R. Morgan Representing the City of Prospect Heights John Melaniphy Village of Wheeling Miriam Campbell Buffalo Grove Bank & Trust Frank D’Angelo Tuscany Restaurant Sam Pappas Market Square Restaurant Neal Katz Rand Manufacturing Bob Stasek Stasek Chevrolet Peter Hested Tool King

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Rich Rosen Wheeling Rotary Club/ Wheeling Resident

ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS Betty Cloud Chicago Executive Airport Susan Dennison Indian Trails Public Library District Ralph Kendall Prospect Heights Library Chris Kim Korean Cultural Center of Chicago Angela Ginnan Wheeling High School Patrick Mogee District 214 Community Education Jan Buchs Wheeling Park District Christina Ferraro Prospect Heights Park District Bret Fahnstrom River Trails Park District Al Palicki Signature Flight Support Jennifer Brennan Harper College Pauline DeGrazia National Louis University Jamie Abbott Chicago Executive Airport

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ABOUT THE CHAMBER

The voice of business in Wheeling and Prospect Heights

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The WPH Chamber is an active, membershipbased organization committed to maintaining a healthy and progressive business environment. Each Chamber member has access to programs, events, publications and benefits that strengthen and promote the business community. The Chamber partners with local, state and federal government to attract and retain commercial and industrial development. Joint initiatives include providing assistance to existing and prospective businesses. The objectives of the Chamber include:  Promoting community pride and recognition  Serving the interests of the business community  Fostering economic opportunity and growth

Committees Joining a committee is the best way to get involved, meet area business leaders and help set the direction of your chamber. All employees of the company are welcome to get involved.

Marketing & Communications Faced with the challenge of promoting the Chamber and its events, this committee will provide input and assist with marketing tasks. All marketing methods, both traditional and online media, are addressed to further the

mission of the Chamber, increase visibility of membership benefits and host and promote all Chamber events.

Golf Conduct business on the green by planning, networking and playing.

Taste of the Town Plan and throw the greatest party in NorthShore Chicago and surrounding areas.

Restaurant & Hospitality This group opens an avenue of communication between restaurants and hotels to meet the daily challenges of promotions and marketing.

Chamber Mission Statement

Industrial & Manufacturing Committee

To promote and assist the commercial, industrial, civic and economic welfare of the membership and local business community through communication and education.

The industrial and manufacturing business sectors are an essential cornerstone of our regional economy, particularly in Wheeling. The IMC exists to serve this critical base.

Ambassador Program

Network for Enterprising Women

Ambassadors are the face of the Chamber. These dedicated members are fully committed to furthering community-based business, assisting with Chamber events, participating in ribbon cuttings and helping orchestrate membership campaigns. The ambassadors also welcome new members to the Chamber, and serve as educated contacts within the Chamber network.

This networking group connects, educates and supports women of all business backgrounds and helps to build strategic alliances within our communities. This group seeks to share ideas, inspire entrepreneurial spirit and encourage women to pursue of long and successful careers in senior roles in their respective professions.

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IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS

WHEELING Village Hall

2 Community Blvd. Wheeling, IL 60090 Phone: (847) 459-2600 Fax: (847) 459-9692 Hours: Open 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday www.vi.wheeling.il.us To report code violations: (847) 459-CODE

Village President

Patrick Horcher (847) 499-9095 phorcher@wheelingil.gov

Trustees

Ken Brady (847) 499-9233 Joe Vito (847) 499-9234 Mary Krueger (847) 499-9232

Ray Lang (847) 499-9236 Mary Papantos (847) 499-9234 Dave Vogel (847) 499-9237

Clerk

Elaine Simpson (847) 499-9231 esimpson@wheelingil.gov

Village Manager

Jon A. Sfondilis (847) 499-9090 jsfondilis@wheelingil.gov

Village Hall Offices

Administration (847) 499-9085  Village Board Matters  Village Manager’s Office  Freedom of Information Requests  Liquor Licenses  Village Newsletter  Employment Opportunities

Finance Department

(847) 459-2600  General Information  Water Bills  Real Estate Transfer Certificates  Metra Parking Passes  Voter Registration  Pet Licenses

Community Development (847) 459-2620  Building, Engineering, Sign Permits

 Business & Rental Property

Economic Development (847) 459-2605  Available Buildings  Demographics  Development Inquiries

Fire Prevention Bureau

(847) 459-2669 Permits: Fire Alarms & Sprinklers Inspections

Fire Department

499 S. Milwaukee Ave. (847) 459-2662 (non-emergency)  Fire Codes  CPR Classes

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Human Services/ Senior Center

199 N. First St. (847) 459-2670  Program Information  Social Services  Wheeling Food Pantry  Senior Center Events  Community Assisted Relief Efforts

WHEELING TOWNSHIP

1 Community Blvd. (847) 459-2632 (non-emergency)  Citizens Police Academy  DARE Program  Graffiti Removal  Neighborhood Watch

1616 N. Arlington Heights Rd. (847) 259-7730 www.wheelingtownship.com  Tax Assessor’s Office  Senior & Disability Services  Public Aid

Public Works Department

Chicago Executive Airport

77 W. Hintz Rd. (847) 279-6900 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.,

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Monday-Friday  Fire Hydrant Flushing  Street/Pothole Repairs  Streetlight Maintenance  Snow Plowing  Forestry & Landscape  Sanitary Sewer Service  Televising  Water Quality Concerns  Flooding  Cable TV  Waste Management  Electric Aggregation

Licenses  Inspections  Building Codes & Zoning Information  Property Maintenance  Flood Maps  Health Department

1020 S. Plant Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 537-2580

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PROSPECT HEIGHTS City Hall

8 N. Elmhurst Rd. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 Phone: (847) 398-6070 Fax: (847) 392-4244 Hours: Open 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday www.prospect-heights.il.us

Mayor

Nicholas Helmer (847) 398-6070, Ext. 231 nhelmer@prospect-heights.org

City Administrator

Joe Wade (847) 398-6070, Ext. 202

Aldermen

Lora Messer (Ward 1) (847) 398-6070, Ext. 233 lmesser@prospect-heights.org

City Treasurer

Richard Tibbits (847) 398-6070, Ext. 221

City Hall Office Administration

(847) 398-6070  General Information  Village Board Matters  Village Manager’s Office  FOIA  Business and Liquor Licenses  Village Newsletter  Lending Closet  Employment Opportunities  Metra Parking Application  New Residents Packet  Notary Public  Public Access Channel  Requests and Proposals for Bid  Water Bills  Vehicle and Pet Licenses  Voter Registration

Lawrence Rosenthal (Ward 2) (847) 398-6070, Ext. 234 lrosenthal@prospect-heights.org

Engineering

Scott Williamson (Ward 3) swilliamson@prospect-heights.org

Finance

Patrick Ludvigsen (Ward 4) pludvigsen@prospect-heights.org Matthew Dolick (Ward 5) (847) 398-6070, Ext. 230 mdolick@prospect-heights.org

City Clerk

Wendy Morgan-Adams (847) 398-6070, Ext. 220

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Health Inspector

(847) 398-6070, Ext. 222

Building & Development

Daniel Peterson, Director (847) 398-6070, Ext. 208 dpeterson@prospect-heights.org  Available Properties  Building Codes  Bulletin Board  Building Permits  Building Inspections  Codes & Amendments  Economic Development  Forms & Applications  Rental Inspection Programs  Zoning Map  Plumbing Inspector  Electrical Inspector

Fire Department

10 E. Camp McDonald Rd. (847) 253-8060 (non-emergency)

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Police Department

14 E. Camp McDonald Rd. (847) 398-5511 (non-emergency) Hours: Open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday-Sunday  Red Light Enforcement  Social Services  Citizen’s Police Academy

Public Works Department

401 Piper Ln. (847) 398-6070  Forestry & Grounds  Public Utilities  Sanitary & Storm Sewers  Streets & Building Maintenance  Water  Snowplowing  Arborist

Boards & Committees

Chicago Executive Airport City Council Economic/Business Development Flooding & Streets Natural Resources Planning/Zoning Board of Appeals  Police & Fire  Police Pension  TIF Joint Review  Tourism Board  Water Commission      

LIBRARIES Indian Trails Library District 355 Schoenbeck Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 459-4100 www.indiantrailslibrary.org Hours: Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Friday; 9 a.m.

to 5 p.m., Saturday; and Noon to 5 p.m., Sunday

Prospect Heights Public Library District

12 N. Elm St. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 259-3500 www.phpl.info Hours: Open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Thursday; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Friday; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday; and Sunday (during school year): 1 to 5 p.m.

WHEELING/PROSPECT HEIGHTS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 2 Community Blvd., Ste. 203 Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 541-0170

HOSPITALS Northwest Community Hospital 800 W. Central Rd. Arlington Heights (847) 618-1000 www.nch.org

Glenbrook Hospital 2100 Pfingston Rd. Glenview (847) 657-5800 www.enh.org

Lutheran General Hospital 1775 W. Dempster St. Park Ridge (847) 696-2210 www.advocatehealth.com

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SCHOOLS

PRIMARY & MIDDLE SCHOOLS

Community Education (847) 718-7700

Community Consolidated School District #21 Administrative Building 999 W. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 537-8270 www.d21.k12.il.us

Eugene Field Elementary School 51 St. Armand Ln. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 520-2780 Jack London Middle School 1001 W. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 520-2745 Mark Twain Elementary School 515 E. Merle Ln. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 520-2785 Oliver W. Holmes Middle School 221 S. Wolf Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 520-2790 Robert Frost Elementary School 1805 Aspen Dr. Mount Prospect, IL 60056 (847) 803-4815 St. Alphonsus Liguori School 411 N. Wheeling Road Prospect Heights, Il 60070 (847) 255-5538

John Hersey High School (847) 718-4800

Walt Whitman Elementary School 133 Wille Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 520-2795

District #25

Prospect Heights School District #23

Olive Elementary (847) 398-4282

Administration Office 700 N. Schoenbeck Rd. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 870-3850 www.d23.org Betsy Ross/Anne Sullivan Schools 700 N. Schoenbeck Rd. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 870-3865

Dwight D. Eisenhower School Schoenbeck & Camp McDonald Roads Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 870-3875 Macarthur Middle School Schoenbeck & Palatine roads Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 870-3879

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Wheeling High School 900 S. Elmhurst Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 718-7000 whs.d214.org

Administration Office 1200 S. Dunton Ave. Arlington Heights, IL 60005 (847) 758-4900

High School District #225 Glenbrook South High School 1835 Landwehr Rd. Glenview, IL 60025 (847) 729-2000

Thomas Middle (847) 398-4260

COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES

District #26

Administration Office 1900 E. Kensington Rd. Mount Prospect, IL 60056 (847) 297-4120

National-Louis University 1000 Capitol Dr. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 465-0575 www.nl.edu

Euclid School (847) 259-3303

Northbrook College of Healthcare 1400 S. Wolf Rd., Ste. 104 Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 850-5700 www.ncohc.org

River Trails Middle (847) 298-1750

West Northfield District #31 – Elementary Administration Office 3131 Techny Rd. Northbrook, IL 60062 (847) 272-6880

SOLEX College 350 E. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 229-9595 www.solex.edu

Winkleman School (847) 729-5650

HIGH SCHOOLS High School District #214

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Wheeling has a brand new public library to serve the community’s needs well into the future. The new 60,000-square-foot Indian Trails Public Library opened its doors at 355 Schoenbeck Rd. on April 10 and held its grand opening on May 6, all to rave reviews by the public. Originally built in 1981, the library was expanded and renovated in two phases between 1995 and 1998. Now it has been expanded again in a $14.4 million dollar renovation. “We gutted the building and added approximately 15,000 square feet onto the front of the building. We also updated its mechanicals, added an energy-efficient geothermal heating and cooling system and changed all of the lighting to LED,” said Brian Shepard, executive director. In addition, all tables throughout the library are now equipped with power and USB outlets so that visitors can do their work and also charge their devices. The entire building is also equipped with Wi-Fi. Patrons will particularly notice numerous exciting additions including eight private study rooms, a public-access conference room, an insulated sound booth for video and audio recording, a 160-seat space for programming, a 24-seat training and ESL lab, a dedicated youth activity room, a drive-up window, a vending area and a “makerspace” where doit-yourselfers can sew and use 3-D printers and laser cutters. “Our purpose was to transform the library into a vibrant, active and engaging community space for our residents,” Shepard said. “Our new services and offerings are part of the natural evolution of libraries, progressing from places that store information, to places to store information and now to places that create information.”

A quiet reading room with a fireplace has also been added on the library’s second floor. It is named in honor of Muriel Lischett who in 1958 led a group of enthusiastic volunteers in a “Book and a Buck” drive, collecting more than 2,000 books and $450 in donations. These books and funds formed the nucleus of the Indian Trails Public Library District. “As we move into the future, we wanted to memorialize Muriel to honor how the library district began,” Shepard said.

“Our makerspace and ESL lab, for instance, allow residents to sample and explore new skills and experiences and then, if they are interested in pursuing something more in-depth, we can refer them to other places and organizations that offer classes that teach them more about that interest,” he added.

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n an age when people spend more time online than outdoors, creating “memorable experiences” that enrich the life of the community takes planning, perseverance and excellent programming. The Wheeling Park District seeks to enrich the lives of the Wheeling community through parks and recreation in a responsive and fiscally responsible way. Through formal surveys, public listening sessions and social media feedback, the park district is able to keep in touch with the community. The recent redevelopment of Horizon Park, located adjacent to the newly renovated Indian Trail Public Library, showcases the people-driven process” the park district uses. Early in the exploratory process, neighbors and community members were invited to participate in listening sessions. Wheeling Park District staff presented the goal of the Horizon Park redevelopment and asked the community to provide suggestions as to the equipment, amenities and location of the features in the park. Horizon Park officially reopened in May 2017, but the community was already taking notice of the park’s many features, including an improved mud-free, above safety-standard playground surface. The park was designed by in-house staff and constructed almost entirely by Wheeling Park District facilities crew, which helped lower the overall cost of the project and greater control over the timeline. From beginning to end, Horizon Park was a community and park district cooperative project. But before the one park was even finished, the park district was on to another build. Twain Elementary School will

begin the 2017-2018 school year with a new park made possible through a grant the park district went after and won. The park officially opened in July 2017 and involved input from school staff and the surrounding neighbors, who appreciate the value this brings to the area. By creating places where people can play, relax and enjoy themselves, park districts build stronger communities. Neighborhood parks are just one example of the gathering spaces Wheeling Park District provides the community. The development of Heritage Park, located adjacent to the Community Recreation Center and Family Aquatic Centers on Dundee Road, is an example of how the park district is meeting the community’s needs through expanded opportunities for outdoor athletics, special events and improved natural settings. Wheeling Park District provides free concerts, children’s entertainment and outdoor movies as part of its annual Summer Entertainment Series. The International Festival, along with mariachi groups and Polynesian dance companies, showcase the diversity of the Wheeling community. More than 1,000 guests attend the weekend events. The Heritage Park Sports Complex draws thousands of players to the baseball diamonds and soccer fields every season, which bolsters the entire Wheeling-area economy as visitors book overnight lodging and shop and dine locally. Local businesses sponsor leagues that take advantage of the high-quality field surfaces. As a vital component of the economics and quality of life for the community, Wheeling Park District never forgets that parks and recreation serve everyone.

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The Prospect Heights Park District serves most of the City of Prospect Heights, a small portion of the Villages of Mount Prospect, Arlington Heights and Wheeling and nonresidents from the surrounding communities. The population of the district is estimated to be approximately 15,000. The district recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. Its early roots were developed by two active organizations: Prospect Heights Lions Club and Prospect Heights Fieldhouse Association. It was the intent of these two organizations to protect the area from being annexed to other park systems in the area and to save the pool that was built by the Prospect Heights Lions Club and later purchased by the district. The Gary Morava Recreation Center, 110 W. Camp McDonald Rd., was named to honor one of the community’s finest athletes. Over the years a fitness room, gymnasium, dance room, meeting rooms, an aviary, pool concession stand and racquetball courts have been added to the recreation center. The recreation center offers two large meeting rooms with kitchen facilities and a gymnasium for public and private use throughout the year. The swimming pool and park shelters are popular alternatives to host gatherings in the warmer seasons. In 1999, the district acquired the Old Orchard Country Club, 700 W. Rand Road. It offers an 18-hole golf course, beautifully manicured and

landscaped grounds and a terrific view that features ponds, fountains, trees and flowered paths. Besides magnificent panoramas and beautiful gardens, the ballroom has floor to ceiling windows and can host up to 400 guests. A partner resident agreement with Mount Prospect and River Trails Park Districts entitles residents of the Prospect Heights Park District to utilize Mount Prospect and River Trails Park District facilities and participate in programs offered at these districts at resident rates. There is also a resident rate for daily fees at Old Orchard Country Club, Mount Prospect Golf Course and Rob Roy Golf Course. In addition to the recreation center and 100-acre golf course, the district developed 14 park sites, owns and leases 78 acres of park land and operates outstanding preschool and summer camp programs, as well as numerous leagues, classes and special events for all ages. The district offers many special events throughout the year with the June Block Party and October Spookfest being the most popular. The Prospect Heights Park District is your community connection for sports, recreation, leisure classes, programs and entertainment. The programs benefit all ages and promote personal growth and self-esteem, and significantly contribute to the quality of life enjoyed by all Prospect Heights and neighboring villages’ residents.

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The leaders of both the Village of Wheeling and the City of Prospect Heights understand that attracting new businesses and supporting the success of current businesses is vital to the future of both communities. Businesses and industries provide jobs to residents, of course, but they also pay taxes that subsidize the roads, schools, parks, libraries and other public resources. So, appreciable effort goes into economic development in both communities.

PROSPECT HEIGHTS Mayor Nick Helmer and the city’s staff have scored some big wins during the past year in terms of economic development. The new Green Briar of Prospect Heights, a $30 million 101-unit assisted living and memory care community recently opened on five acres of land near the intersection of Elmhurst and Palatine Roads. It includes a three-story, 69-unit assisted living facility, as well as a one-story, 32-unit building for residents requiring memory care. It brought with it 48 new jobs. “It is one of the nicest senior communities I have ever seen and only the second community of that type in Prospect Heights,” Helmer said. The area around Rand and Thomas Roads has been a hotbed of activity this year. Late last year Tony’s Finer Foods opened its 13th store in the Chicago area at 1241 N. Rand Road, bringing with it 200 jobs, Helmer noted. It opened in the 87,000-square-foot space formerly occupied by Ultra Foods, which closed last spring. Tony’s worked out a sales tax sharing agreement with the city which will extend over 12 years. “The owners are thrilled that they are meeting or surpassing all of their projections for volume,” Helmer said. Elsewhere in that area, Señor Pollo opened in late April, next to Target and across the street from Hersey High School in the Prospect Crossing Shopping Center. They invested over $2 million in the restaurant and are serving over 200 customers a day. In addition, a 20,000-square-foot Ambiance Furniture store opened in the same center at 1219 Rand Road in February. A 700-unit indoor Life Storage facility on Rand Road opened late in 2016 between the Roto car dealership and the Aldi food store. The city has also solidified plans for a Thornton’s gas station and convenience food store to be built on the northwest corner of the intersection of Rand and Thomas. It is scheduled to open in early 2018. The city has recently approved the opening of Elsie’s Place Café, a

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2,500-square-foot restaurant and gaming establishment on Rand Road, across the street from Prospect Crossings. In addition, the city is in discussions with a developer about a 55 and older residential complex in the Target outlot near Rand and Thomas. At the intersection of Route 83 and Euclid, there is now a state-of-the-art bank that opened in February. The Chase Bank branch at Randhurst relocated in November to the former Social Security offices location. Meanwhile, at the other end of the city, the Ramada Inn Plaza at the midway point of the Chicago Executive Airport on Milwaukee Avenue has been totally renovated. It now features 144 newly decorated rooms, a restaurant and a small bowling alley. It is one of six hotels in a tourism district along Milwaukee Ave that boasts all new landscaping stretching from the Prospect Heights Hilton to the Ramada Inn. Work on beautifying the Chicago Executive Airport and adding additional hangars is also underway in cooperation with Wheeling. They also continue to hold events on the airport grounds. The 5K “Run the Runway” is held every year one day before the July 4 fireworks party with its great fireworks show, three bands and many food trucks. This year’s celebration sponsored by both cities had more than 20,000 people in attendance. Prospect Heights cannot, by law, levy property taxes because it is not a homerule community. Therefore, its leaders need to carefully choose businesses to come to town that will generate sales taxes to fund its improvements and city services. Hence, the businesses actively recruited to Prospect Heights are overwhelmingly retail, when possible. On parcels that do not, for one reason or another, lend themselves to retail, industry or other entities that will otherwise serve residents, through job creation or needed services, are sought. Helmer said that city staff will continue to seek opportunities to sell or develop the open 10-acre industrially-zoned parcel between Piper Lane and Palatine Road, across from the Chicago Executive Airport, and the 30-acre former HSBC property near Allstate Insurance. There are also vacant stores and other infill pieces that they continue to market. Much of Prospect Heights’ officials’ attention this year, however, will focus on the redevelopment of the area around the intersection of Route 83 and Camp McDonald Road where most of the city’s public services are centered. “We have a committee in place that is working on a plan for a city center. We hope to unveil something later this year,” Helmer said. “We have a good center if we can just expand it.” 

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WHEELING After years of planning, the Wheeling Town Center is well on its way to becoming a reality. Infrastructure and site work like the relocation of a pipeline, installation of water and sewer lines and utility relocations are complete, and ground was broken in June on 294 luxury apartments and some of the planned commercial structures.

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A nine-screen cinema will anchor the Town Center. It will be owned by the sixth largest theater chain in the world, CMX, based in Mexico. That is the chain that also recently leased theaters in the Old Orchard Shopping Center in Skokie and at Clark and Addison in Chicago, according to John Melaniphy, director of economic development for the Village of Wheeling. The developer also has letters of intent from several fast-casual restaurants – Potbelly Sandwiches, Starbucks, Red Mango and Andy’s Frozen Custard, as well as from AT&T. “They are being very selective about the restaurants they are signing,” Melaniphy said. The residential component of the transit-oriented development at and around the Town Center is proving to be very popular. The 288-unit Northgate Crossing apartment complex, located just north of Dundee Road within walking distance of the Wheeling Metra station, is approximately 80 percent occupied, exceeding occupancy estimates. They also chose to build 12 rental townhouses along the east side of Northgate Parkway, opposite the apartment buildings. All have been well-accepted by the marketplace, according to Melaniphy. Add in the 294 apartments currently under construction on the south side of Dundee Road, even closer to the Metra station, and you have almost 600 new apartments within walking distance of the station, he noted. In addition, another developer is proposing 230 apartments, as well as 25,000 square feet of commercial space, on the northwest corner of the intersection of Dundee Road and Northgate Parkway. They, too, would be close enough to walk to the train, as would the future residents of the Dunshire Commons rental townhouses that have been proposed for the northeast corner of that same intersection. It would also feature 10,000 square feet of commercial space. “Developers are coming to Wheeling because there is significant demand among empty-nesters, young professionals and divorcees

for apartments in close proximity to train stations. Historically, some communities did not embrace rental units,” Melaniphy said. Nearby, The Whitley, a 102-unit assisted living and memory care facility, is under construction on the north side of Dundee Road, across the street from St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church. The village has worked with an asphalt company on the west side of the tracks, not far south of Dundee Road, to relocate, opening that space for potential transit-oriented development in the future. At the intersection of Route 83 and Dundee Road, Melaniphy said that they are still hoping to attract a home improvement store or other major retailer to the former Kmart site because they want to make the site have a sales tax-producing use once again. The village has enough grocery stores; health clubs do not generate sales tax; auto dealerships like Stasek Chevrolet next door are difficult to attract. Restaurant Row along Milwaukee Avenue attracted a new offering recently. Boston Fish Market, which began in Des Plaines, chose to expand into the 250-seat restaurant formerly occupied by Pete Miller’s. It also has a 50-seat bar and is a full-service seafood restaurant that sells fish and other seafood to take home and prepare, too. “The more variety of restaurants we attract to Restaurant Row, the more synergies we create,” Melaniphy said. “In fact, we would love to get a restaurant or banquet facility at the Chicago Executive Airport where patrons could have a view of the runways. We are examining the potential for attracting something like the Pilot Pete’s restaurant that has been doing well at the Schaumburg Airport since 2002.” Melaniphy said that operations are still buzzing at the airport. Two new hangers are scheduled to be built soon and a master plan covering the next 30 years is being developed to meet the needs of a rapidly growing local business aviation sector.

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Wheeling boasts the fifth largest concentration of manufacturing businesses in the state of Illinois, only trailing the likes of Chicago, Elk Grove Village, Rockford and Elgin. Manufacturers with names like Handi-Foil, Valspar, Hidden Valley Manufacturing, Penray, Creation Technologies, SG360°, Block & Co, Wieland Metals, Argon Medical Devices, Durable Packaging, Richelieu Foods, Keats Manufacturing, Tool King Inc. and Rand Manufacturing all have a presence in Wheeling. “We have nearly 14 million square feet of industrial space in Wheeling,” explained John Melaniphy, director of economic development for the Village of Wheeling, “and we are in the process of adding two more spec industrial buildings.” “Wheeling is attractive to manufacturers not only because of the many facilities we have available, but also because we are so close to I-294, commuter and freight rail lines and both O’Hare International Airport and the Chicago Executive Airport,” Melaniphy said. “In addition, we have a wonderful labor pool here which is extremely important to employers. Communities that are further from the city cannot attract the kind of labor that we can attract.” “We also have a great mix of housing at many price points. We have affordable apartments where the hourly workers can live, affordable single-family homes for management and we are a short commute from Lake Forest and the other North Shore communities where top

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management may choose to live,” he added. He also points at Wheeling High School and Harper Community College, both of which are working to expose students to the advantages of working in modern manufacturing and training them to do so through job fairs, plant tours, workshops, courses, degrees, internships and apprenticeships. The recruitment of Richelieu Foods to Wheeling is a wonderful success story involving representatives from Wheeling and the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, which offered the firm incentives. The end result was that Richelieu, which makes frozen pizzas and salad dressings, chose Wheeling for their expansion, bringing 125 jobs to the area. Now they are considering adding additional production lines and if that happens, it would mean even more jobs. “Their facility could probably accommodate five production lines, so Richelieu has plenty of room for future growth in Wheeling,” Melaniphy added. “In recent years we have been able to backfill about 1 million square feet of vacant industrial space using the Cook County 6B tax incentive. If a property has been empty for 24 contiguous months, we can get the tax incentive from the County for 12 years because everyone wants such facilities put back into productive use,” he added. “The growth in advanced manufacturing that Wheeling is experiencing is an example of what we hope to see across our entire

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state,” said Sean McCarthy, Director of the Illinois Department of Commerce. “Wheeling is taking advantage of the assets it has to attract growth and investment and produce good paying jobs and a stronger community. The goal of our administration remains creating a more businessfriendly environment to support the potential that exists here in Illinois. I am proud of the work Wheeling has done, and I hope we can continue to work together to help communities across our state find the same success.” The Wheeling-Prospect Heights Chamber of Commerce also has an Industry and Manufacturing Committee that works to support current manufacturers and create further synergies by attracting additional manufacturers. Manufacturers who are active in the Wheeling-Prospect Heights Chamber of Commerce are some of Wheeling’s most ardent cheerleaders. Neal Katz owns a small flexible manufacturing firm in Wheeling called Rand Manufacturing. Rand does non-metallic die-cutting, tapes and adhesives and precision machining, and employs eight people. “I believe that Wheeling is the best city in Cook County for manufacturing. It is centrally located; has great infrastructure, which the Public Works department maintains better than any neighboring community; and its government is very well organized,” Katz said. He is also a huge advocate for the Chicago Executive Airport, which Wheeling and Prospect Heights jointly own. “It has grown exponentially over the years and the Illinois Department of Transportation recently named it the No. 1 reliever airport in the state. The fact that we have this caliber of private airport is one of the factors in having companies like Caterpillar locate nearby. The airport has helped this entire region grow because companies want to be able to fly their engineers and executives to their various facilities,” said Katz, a member of the Airport’s board of directors. He also credits the labor pool for the number of businesses locating in and around Wheeling. Once they do some investigating, Katz said, companies discover that they can fill their jobs if they locate here, thanks to programs like the STEM program at Wheeling High School, Students there learn to run 3-D printers, AutoCAD systems, hi-tech microscopes,

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“Being in Wheeling gives us a great advantage and that is why we still call it our home base,” said Matt Eggemeyer, chief operating officer. “We like it that so many other companies nearby can provide us with services we need like electric plating, heat treating and specialty processes.” The local labor pool is another huge advantage, according to Eggemeyer. Seventy-five percent of Keats employees live within five miles of the plant because the community is “a perfect hybrid of affordable but attractive housing and good schools. So, people often relocate here after we hire them.” Eggemeyer is determined to enhance the labor pool for all area manufacturers so he is very involved with offering apprenticeship opportunities to young people through the Illinois Department of Employment Security’s Manufacturers Career Internship Program and through local schools. “Manufacturing offers a great living and excellent benefits but sometimes young people have to try hospitality and retail first before they understand the advantages of working in manufacturing. I have hired 100 percent of the kids who have apprenticed for us through the Manufacturers Career Internship Program,” he said. It is the type of program that will help Wheeling remain in the top tier of Illinois manufacturing communities in the years to come, Eggemeyer added.

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MANUFACTURER OF THE YEAR Keats Manufacturing in Wheeling, a metal stamping and tool and die maker, is the Wheeling-Prospect Heights Chamber’s Manufacturer of the Year. The family business was founded in Chicago in 1958 by a pair of brothers, moved to Wheeling in 1989 and today it is being run jointly by the second and third generations of the family. Keats currently employs 125 people in Wheeling and another 60 at Keats Southwest Inc. in El Paso, Texas, making electrical parts for the automotive, defense, medical and appliance industries. Last fall it opened a third factory in Queretaro, Mexico, where eight employees are making parts for several European and Japanese automakers who have plants in that vicinity and demanded a local supplier. “We didn’t open in Mexico to chase cheap labor, but because some new customers requested it. As a result we have picked up several new global customers that are, in turn, adding business for our American plants,” said Matt Eggemeyer, chief operating officer. “It will be good for the entire company when the new cars that need our parts go into production. They are all parts for electrical applications like switches

and voice activation components.” “We also sell parts for garage door openers. All of the parts we make and sell are very small – most not bigger than a quarter,” he added. Eggemeyer is heavily involved in the WheelingProspect Heights Chamber of Commerce’s Industrial Manufacturing Committee. “Through the Industrial Manufacturing subgroup we are able to exchange ideas with others about running an efficient shop and even about the best lighting and software,” he said. “We also feel as if we have more of a voice in what is going on locally, thanks to our Chamber connections,” he added. In addition, Eggemeyer is involved with the Illinois Department of Employment Security’s Manufacturers Career Internship Program through which he is working to recruit into manufacturing and tool and die work young people who may have lost their way. He gives them paid internships and sees if they can work out as new employees.

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RETAILER/RESTAURATEUR OF THE YEAR Wa-Pa-Ghetti’s Authentic Italian Pizzeria, 208 McHenry Road, has been a fixture in Wheeling since 1979. The independent pizzeria was founded and is still owned and operated by Joe and Teddi Mastrototaro. Joe emigrated here from Italy with his entire family in 1968. His father was in the import-export business. Joe, however, chose the restaurant business, working in several other establishments around the Chicago area before marrying Teddi in 1977 and opening Wa-Pa-Ghetti’s two years later. “We wanted to open our own business and we are Italian! We love food and we had great recipes from Italy for pasta and spaghetti sauce, so, of course, we opened an Italian restaurant,” Joe said. “We are best known for our traditional Italian Style thick crust pizza, but we also make a thin crust and a Sicilian style stuffed pizza, upon request,” he continued. “Our dough is made fresh daily and is hand-rolled in the traditional way. Our special sauce is homemade and we use a double layer of the finest cheese to give our pizza its great taste. Everything we offer is made from scratch and we still use the same type of cheese that we started with 37 years ago. We take pride in every pie we make.” Wa-Pa-Ghetti’s offers a full menu of dishes, hosts children’s parties during which guests make their own pizzas, delivers regularly to the cafeterias of District 214 high schools, to homes and local hotels and also provides wholesale pizzas to area concession stands and special events. “We accommodate all tastes, offering everything from pizza and salads, to Italian beef, meatball sandwiches, fried chicken, ribs and even submarine sandwiches. We try to never say ‘no’ to a customer, so we offer pizzas, for instance, with thick crust, thin crust, gluten-free crust and even stuffed pizzas,” he said. “Our attitude is that we have a full kitchen, so we can make anything. Also, most people do not realize that we have a catering menu that is quite extensive, offering many foods not on our regular menu. We can cater parties and events of any size.” Open from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m., Sunday through Thursday and from 9 a.m. to 1 a.m., Friday and Saturday, Wa-Pa-Ghetti has approximately 15 full-time employees and three part-time high school-age order-takers. “We treat everyone – our customers and our employees – like family,” Joe said. “Teddi and I are always here, working very hard in our aprons, doing whatever needs to be done. Our customers and our employees are our friends and that is how we stay in business. To run a business like this, you have to love it because we are here seven days a week.”

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MEMBER OF THE YEAR Pat Gerbanas and Frances Stamatoukos are two of our most-beloved volunteers at Chamber events. We know our event attendees can count on a friendly welcome by a familiar face when Pat and Frances are on the team. They are great ambassadors for the Greek American Rehabilitation and Care Centre in Wheeling through their support of the WPH Chamber by volunteering, attending, exhibiting in, and hosting Chamber events. Their consistent positive attitude and gentle calm is a great asset, especially at large events where crowds can be overwhelming. These two women are deeply engaged in community. Some of the programs this team has been involved with include hosting an “Adop-tion Day” for shelter pets, hosting events for the Wheeling Police and Fire Departments and participating in “Friends of the Poor” programs to feed hungry people. We are grateful for their presence and support for the Chamber. The Greek American Rehabilitation & Care Centre at 220 N. First St., Wheeling, celebrates its 15th anniversary this year and remains the only elder care center in the Midwest that is dedicated to the care of elderly Greek Americans. However, it does accept residents of all backgrounds because they consider themselves to be an international village, according to Frances Stamatoukos, marketing director of the Centre. The Greek American Rehabilitation & Care Centre offers shortterm rehabilitative care, memory care, long-term care and a host of other therapeutic services in an individualized and supportive

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Ask anyone in the Greater Chicago area, but particularly on the North Shore or in the northwest suburbs, and they will immediately associate Wheeling with great restaurants, in general, and the village’s famed Restaurant Row, in particular. Hot spots like Bob Chinn’s Crabhouse, Tuscany, Superdawg, Benihana, Saranello’s, Buca-di-Beppo, The Ram and Cooper’s Hawk continue to attract enthusiastic diners who want to sample culinary delights from cultures around the world. And now you can add to that list the new Boston Fish Market which has opened to rave reviews. “Restaurant Row is very well-known and signature restaurants want to have a location here, serving the Northwest Suburbs,” said Aaron Bastable, Director of Westin North Shore. Consumers also benefit from the plethora of restaurants in close proximity. “If one restaurant is too crowded, consumers know that they can just drive or walk a short distance to get to another wonderful offering,” Bastable said. There are currently 14 full-service restaurants located along Milwaukee Avenue between Hintz and Lake-Cook Roads, the official boundaries of Restaurant Row, according to Melaniphy. In addition, there are a growing number of culinary offerings elsewhere in Wheeling – like Salata, Wa-PaGhetti’s, Café Zupas and the Purple Sprout Café. Restaurants in Wheeling collectively brought in $97 million in revenue during 2016.

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Attending events gives you a chance to network, make connections, market your business and meet potential clients and/or get referrals in the future. All employees of the company are invited to attend and get involved.

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS/LUNCH & LEARNS What can we learn? A variety of topics ranging from social media training, financial and legal implications in the workforce, tapping into employee creativity, etc. You tell us and we will listen.

QUARTERLY BOARD MEETINGS Each quarter, the Board meets at a location conducive to business and to network with community members and businesses. Join us for a board meeting lunch.

GOLF Conduct business on the green by planning, networking and playing.

BUSINESS AFTER HOURS A monthly gathering that helps forge new business relationships and renew existing bonds. BAHs are held to provide an opportunity for chamber members to network while member hosts showcase their business and facility.

WOMEN’S NETWORKING LUNCHEONS These luncheons assist women of all business backgrounds to build strategic alliances, inspire entrepreneurial spirit and encourages women to pursue long and successful careers.

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STATE OF THE VILLAGE & THE CITY The president of the Village of Wheeling and the mayor of the City of Prospect Heights preview ongoing community initiatives, accomplishments and upcoming developments.

TASTE OF THE TOWN Taste festival that highlights the eateries here in Wheeling, Prospect Heights and neighboring communities. Thousands of attendees converge during fall to get a taste of what brews, wines and tantalizing dishes meet up to our palates.

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Buca di Beppo Restaurants

BUFFALO GROVE BANK & TRUST CO. Banks

DUNDEE WOLF AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE/BP Automotive Repairs

Addolorata Villa-Franciscan Communities Senior Living Communities

Builders Asphalt aka Orange Crush Contractors

Dunkin Donuts Restaurants

Alfred D. Stavros & Associates Attorneys American Cancer Society Community/Nonprofit Organizations

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Banks

The Americas Insurance/Agencia de Seguros Las Americas Insurance Agencies Arangold Corp. Import/Distribution Architectural Builders Supply Distributors of Products & Services

▶ ARGON MEDICAL DEVICES

Medical Device Manufacturing Artesa Family Dental Dentists

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Capps Plumbing & Sewer, Inc. Plumbing

Edgar A. Weber & Company Food Products & Condiments

Carey On Call Errand Assistance

Edward Jones — Prospect Heights Financial Planning & Consulting

CHECKPOINT TIRE CENTERS, II LLC Auto Services

El Alamo Mexican Grill & Bar Restaurants

Chicago Executive Airport Airports

Eye Care for Animals Veterinarians

Chicago Kiddie Train Electric Kiddie Train Chicago Tribune Media Group Newspapers

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City of Prospect Heights Government

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Gene’s Village Towing, Inc. Towing & Recovery

CommAvia Marketing Communications

Glory House Churches

B & L Liquors/P.S. Pub Liquor Stores

Creation Technologies Electronics

Bargains in a Box V Retail Stores

Creekside Health Center Health Care

Benihana, Inc. Restaurants

Crescent Cardboard Company, LLC Manufacturing, Paper Converter

Berkshire Hathaway Starck Realty Real Estate Brokers

Cricket Wireless Retailer of Cell Phones

Bertog Landscape Co. Landscape Designs

Crown Trophy Trophies & Awards Engraving/Badges

BILL STASEK CHEVROLET, INC. Auto Dealerships

Crowne Plaza Chicago — Northbrook Hotels

BMO Harris Bank Banks

Culligan Water Solutions

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BOB CHINN’S CRAB HOUSE RESTAURANT Restaurants Brentano, Inc. Commercial Fabrics Wholesaler Briarwood Terrace Apartments Apartments

BROOKDALE OF PROSPECT HEIGHTS Assisted Living/Skilled Nursing, Senior Living Communities

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Gordon Flesch Company, Inc. Office Equipment/Supplies Grandbrier Assisted Living Assisted Living/Skilled Nursing Greek American Rehab & Care Centre Nursing Home & Rehab Center

H Harbor House Assisted Living

Daily Herald Newspapers

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Golden Chef Restaurants

D Devon Bank Banks

Fisk Kart Katz and Regan, Ltd. Attorneys

Foxboro Apartments Apartments

Cigette Vapor, Inc. Lounge

Avenues to Independence Packaging & Assembly

F Fly There, LLC Aviation Service & Support

Chris Industries, Inc. Metal Fabrication

Atlantic Aviation Aircraft Charter

Dynomax, Inc. Manufacturing

Cancer Wellness Center Health Care

Chiro One Wellness Centers Chiropractic Physicians

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Air Chicago Holdings, Inc. Aircraft Charter

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Harper College Colleges Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Hotels Herman Merchant Services — PayJunction Credit Card Processing Highland Sealcoating & Striping Sealcoating & Striping

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PRIESTER AVIATION Aircraft Charter

Holiday Inn Express and Suites Hotels, Restaurants

Mark Drug Medical Supply Medical Equipment Sales

Prospect Heights Park District Park Districts — Recreation

Horcher’s Country Flower Shop Florists

Market Square Restaurant Restaurants

Prospect Heights Public Library District Libraries

House of Music and Entertainment Restaurants

Master Brew Beverages, Inc. Food Service

Purple Sprout Cafe & Juice Bar Restaurants

Hoyne Savings Bank Banks

Master Mechanical, Inc. Heating & Cooling

Food Products & Condiments

MB Financial Banks

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I Indian Trails Public Library District Libraries

J Joe’s Pizzeria Pizza Restaurant, Restaurants Journal & Topics Media Group Newspapers

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McDonald’s Restaurant Fast Food, Restaurants Merrill Lynch Financial Advisor — Patrick Crowley Financial Planning — Investment Services Micro Format, Inc. Document Security Paper Milwaukee & Dundee Currency Exchange, LLC Currency Exchange Minuteman Press Printers Money Mailer of the Northern Suburbs Direct Mail/Coupon Book Motel 6 of Prospect Heights Hotels Mount Prospect/Prospect Heights Rotary Club Community/Nonprofit Organizations

Kitamura Machinery of USA, Inc. Sales & Service CNC Machining Centers Kolssak Funeral Home, Ltd. Funeral Homes Konica Minolta Business Solutions Office Equipment/Supplies Korean Cultural Center of Chicago Community/Nonprofit Organizations KrazyFitt Fitness/Weight Loss Center

Q Quantum Sign Corporation Sign Sales & Service

N National Louis University Colleges Neder Capital Services, LLC Real Estate Developer, Builder & Manager Elaine Nekritz, State Rep. Government

L Lake Cook Road Currency Exchange, Inc. Currency Exchange, Financial Services Lang Dental Mfg. Co., Inc. Acrylic Resin Systems Lavelle Law Ltd Attorneys

Northwest Community Heathcare Health Care

O Office Depot Office Equipment/Supplies

Rand Manufacturing Network Manufacturing Richelieu Foods, Inc. Manufacturing River Trails Park District Banquets, Golf Course, Park Districts — Recreation Riverside Plaza — St Andrews Properties, Inc. Shopping Centers Rob Roy River Trails Golf Course & Banquet Facility Banquets, Golf Course, Park Districts — Recreation Rotary Club of Wheeling Community/Nonprofit Organizations

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SAM’S Club Wholesale Saranello’s Restaurant Restaurants Scholarship Assistance Fund — Dollars for Scholars Organizations School District #21 Schools

Online Market Domination Marketing Communications

School District #23 — Prospect Heights Schools

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Rammy’s Sub Contractors Restaurants

Salata Restaurants, Restaurants & Catering

North Suburban YMCA Health & Fitness Center

Lake + House Apartments

R Ram Restaurant & Big Horn Brewery Restaurants

Carol Sente, State Rep. Government

Marital & Family Law

The Penray Companies, Inc. Chemicals — Auto Industry

Rehabilitation & Long-Term Care

Serbin & Company Accountants

Pinstripes Entertainment/Sports Venue

SERVPRO Fire & Water — Cleanup & Restoration Property Ins Restoration

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Liquor Barn Retail Stores LNP Consultants LLC, CPA Accountants, Payroll Services Lou’s Pizza Factory Pizza Restaurant

▶ LYNN PLAZA/HALLMARK & JOHNSON PROP. MGT., LTD.

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Pita Inn Restaurants

SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Paint

PostNet IL140 Printing & Design

Sherwin-Williams Co. Paint

Presence Holy Family Medical Center Health Care

Shred Spot Document Destruction

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SHURE INCORPORATED Audio Electronics

Tool King, Inc. Metal Distributor

SIGNATURE FLIGHT SUPPORT — PWK Aviation Service & Support

Township High School District 214 Schools

WA-PA-GHETTI’S PIZZA Restaurants

Smith Family Developers General Contracting & Development

TREVINO FLOORING Floor Covering

WAL-MART STORES #1735 Retail Stores

Snow Systems, Inc. Snow Removal

Troy Commercial Real Estate Real Estate Brokers

Walgreens — Wheeling Store #5609 Pharmacies

Spears Bourbon Burgers Beer Restaurants/Bars

TURNER ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION Consumer Finance

WALTZ, PALMER & DAWSON, LLC Attorneys

Spot-On Envelopes, Inc. Paper/Stationery/Envelopes

TURNkey IT Computer Technology

WASTE MANAGEMENT Disposal — Recycling

Starbucks Coffee #S00260 Restaurants

Tuscany — Wheeling Restaurants

WESTIN CHICAGO NORTH SHORE Hotels

STARS 360 Marketing Specialties

Twin Peaks Restaurant Restaurants

Wheeling High School Schools

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State Farm Insurance Insurance Stella’s Place 1081 Restaurants, Video Gaming

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Sunnyside Corporation Paint

Unique Flooring, Inc. Installation of Ceramic, Wood & Marble Flooring

Superdawg Drive-In, Inc. Fast Food, Restaurants

US Bank Banks

SWISS PRECISION MACHINING, INC. Manufacturing

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SYMPHONY OF BUFFALO GROVE Assisted Living/Skilled Nursing

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Vantage Point Benefit Advisors Financial Advisors, Financial Planning & Consulting, Insurance & Financial Services

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Village Bank & Trust Banks

Plumbing

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Auto Services, Rental Store, Storage

Stella’s Place 255 Restaurants, Video Gaming

Wheeling Park District Park Districts — Recreation Wheeling Phillips 66 Car Washes, Gas Stations Wheeling Township Government Whips Automotive, Inc. Automotive Repairs The Whitley of Wheeling Assisted Living/Skilled Nursing Wingstop — Chicagoland Wing Kings Restaurants WorldPoint Health Services Worsham College of Mortuary Science Colleges WTC Development Development Company

Village Green at Arlington Club Apartments

TDS Telecommunications

Village of Wheeling Government

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VT Services, Inc. Electronics Service Department

TECH-COR, LLC Auto Repairs Insurance Estimates Toner Ink Manufacturer

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MEMBERS BY CATEGORY Advertiser

ACCOUNTANTS LNP Consultants LLC, CPA 201 E. Dundee Rd., Ste. 7 Palatine, IL 60074 (847) 963-8899 www.lnpconsultants.com Serbin & Company 18 S. Schoenbeck Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 520-4144

ACRYLIC RESIN SYSTEMS Lang Dental Mfg. Co., Inc. 175 Messner Dr. P.O. Box 969 Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 215-6622 www.langdental.com

ACUPUNCTURE CLINICS Young Herb & Acupuncture 170 E. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 279-6464

AIRCRAFT CHARTER Air Chicago Holdings, Inc. 2400 Main St., Ste. 103-195 St. Charles, IL 60174 (847) 748-0063 www.flyairchicago.com Atlantic Aviation 1011 S. Wolf Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 808-0812 http://atlanticaviation.com

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1061 S. Wolf Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 537-1133 www.priesterav.com

AIRPORTS Chicago Executive Airport 1020 S. Plant Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 537-2580 www.chiexec.com

APARTMENTS Briarwood Terrace Apartments 1501 S. Wolf Rd. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 229-9229 http://briarwoodapartments.com

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Foxboro Apartments 470 Foxboro Dr. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 541-0150 www.foxboroapartments.com Lake + House 333 Wood Creek Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 255-9100 www.lakehouseluxury.com Village Green at Arlington Club 1533 Baldwin Ct. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 520-9339 www.villagegreen.com

ASSISTED LIVING Harbor House Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 465-1100

ASSISTED LIVING/ SKILLED NURSING

BROOKDALE OF PROSPECT HEIGHTS 700 E. Euclid Ave. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 797-2700 www.brookdale.com Grandbrier Assisted Living 708 N. Elmhurst Rd. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 818-1808 www.grandbrierassistedliving.com

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150 N. Weiland Rd. Buffalo Grove, IL 60089 (847) 465-0200 www.symphonybuffalogrove.com The Whitley of Wheeling 156 W. Dundee Rd Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 413-2380 http://autumnleaves.com

ATTORNEYS Alfred D. Stavros & Associates 433 N. Milwaukee Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 520-4810 www.stavroslawoffices.com

Fisk Kart Katz and Regan, Ltd. 77 Washington St., Ste. #900 Chicago, IL 60602 (312) 726-1833 www.proptax.com A Cook County property tax firm, Fisk Kart Katz & Regan challenges property tax valuations at administrative and appellate levels, negotiates commercial and industrial incentives, and advises companies in complex transactions. Lavelle Law Ltd 501 W. Colfax St. Palatine, IL 60067 (847) 241-1777 www.lavellelaw.com

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE/BP 11 E. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 537-8492 www.dundeewolfauto.com Whips Automotive, Inc. 90 McHenry Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 808-1900

Fly There, LLC 1115 S. Wolf Rd., Hangar #5 Wheeling, IL 60090 (224) 588-9364 www.flytherellc.com

3701 Algonquin Rd., Ste. #300 Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 (847) 253-8800 www.wpdlegal.com

SIGNATURE FLIGHT SUPPORT — PWK 1100 S. Milwaukee Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 537-1200 www.signatureflight.com

AUDIO ELECTRONICS

SHURE INCORPORATED 995 Chaddick Dr. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 520-4404 www.shure.com

BANKS

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600 N. Buffalo Grove Rd. Buffalo Grove, IL 60089 (847) 465-9700 www.americanenterprisebank.com

AUTO DEALERSHIPS

BILL STASEK CHEVROLET, INC. 700 W. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 537-7000 www.stasekchevrolet.com

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TECH-COR, LLC 100 E. Palatine Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 541-4545 www.tech-cor.net

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BMO Harris Bank 10 Huntington Ln. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 808-1888 www.harrisbank.com

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AUTO SERVICES

Devon Bank 561 N. Milwaukee Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 229-2700 www.devonbank.com

723 W. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 541-2122 www.checkpointtire.com

Hoyne Savings Bank 699 W. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 459-1150 www.hoyne.com

U-HAUL 4100 W. Fullerton Ave. Chicago, IL 60639 (773) 862-2596 www.uhaul.com

MB Financial 125 McHenry Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 459-4000 www.mbfinancial.com

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US Bank 800 S. Wheeling Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 520-0900 www.usbank.com

National Louis University 1000 Capitol Dr. Wheeling, IL 60090 (800) 443-5522 www.nl.edu

Village Bank & Trust 1845 E. Rand Rd. Arlington Heights, IL 60004 (847) 870-3308 www.bankatvillage.com

Worsham College of Mortuary Science 495 Northgate Pkwy. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 808-8444 www.worsham.edu

BANQUETS River Trails Park District 401 E. Camp McDonald Rd. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 788-0551 www.rtpd.org Rob Roy River Trails Golf Course & Banquet Facility 505 E. Camp McDonald Rd. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 253-4544 www.rtpd.org

CAR WASHES Wheeling Phillips 66 14 N. Elmhurst Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (312) 823-2176

CHEMICALS — AUTO INDUSTRY The Penray Companies, Inc. 440 Denniston Ct. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 459-5000 www.penray.com

CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS Chiro One Wellness Centers 41 Huntington Ln. Wheeling, IL 60090 (574) 261-8890 www.chiroone.net

CHURCHES Glory House 16 E. Pipper Ln., Ste. #119 Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 239-7755 www.gloryhouse.cc

COLLEGES Harper College 1200 W. Algonquin Rd. Palatine, IL 60067 (847) 925-6159 www.harpercollege.edu

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COMMERCIAL FABRICS WHOLESALER Brentano, Inc. 260 Holbrook Dr. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 657-8481 www.brentanofabrics.com

COMMUNITY/NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS American Cancer Society 100 Tri-State International, Ste. 125 Lincolnshire, IL 60069 (847) 317-0209 www.cancer.org Korean Cultural Center of Chicago 9930 S. Capitol Dr. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 947-4460 http://kccoc.org Mount Prospect/Prospect Heights Rotary Club P.O. Box 292 Mount Prospect, IL 60056 (847) 398-6070 http://mp-phrotary.org Rotary Club of Wheeling P.O. Box 75 Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 209-2104 http://rotaryofwheeling.org

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY TURNkey IT 210 S. Milwaukee Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 808-3990 www.turnkey.pro

CONSUMER FINANCE

▶ TURNER ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION 530 W. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 403-0040 www.turneracceptance.com

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CONTRACTORS

DISTRIBUTORS OF PRODUCTS & SERVICES

Builders Asphalt aka Orange Crush 231 S. Wheeling Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 537-7900 www.orangecrushllc.com

Architectural Builders Supply 210 E. School Ln. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (773) 809-3667 www.absupply.net

CREDIT CARD PROCESSING Herman Merchant Services — PayJunction 1584 Teal Ln., #1B Wheeling, IL 60090 (224) 735-2599 www.hermanmerchantservices.com

CURRENCY EXCHANGE

Milwaukee & Dundee Currency Exchange, LLC 70 S. Milwaukee Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (224) 676-7600

Artesa Family Dental 145 N. Milwaukee Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 353-8050 http://artesafamilydental.com

DEVELOPMENT COMPANY WTC Development 400 Skokie Blvd., Ste. 700 Northbrook, IL 60022 (847) 881-2139 www.wtcdevelopment.com

DIRECT MAIL/ COUPON BOOK Money Mailer of the Northern Suburbs 1405 Hassell Pl. Hoffman Estates, IL 60169 (847) 382-0933 www.moneymailer.com/northernsuburbs

DISPOSAL — RECYCLING

WASTE MANAGEMENT 230 Sumac Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (630) 652-9025 www.wm.com

Shred Spot 3141 MacArthur Blvd. Northbrook, IL 60062 (847) 291-0100 www.shredspot.com

DOCUMENT SECURITY PAPER

Lake Cook Road Currency Exchange, Inc. 1041 E. Lake Cook Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 520-2929 www.mycheckexpress.com

DENTISTS

DOCUMENT DESTRUCTION

Micro Format, Inc. 830-3 Seton Ct. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 520-4699 www.4securitypaper.com

ELECTRIC KIDDIE TRAIN Chicago Kiddie Train 3121 Jackson Dr. Arlington Heights, IL 60004 (847) 394-4312 http://chicagokiddietrain.com

ELECTRONICS Creation Technologies 1475 S. Wheeling Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 215-7171 www.creationtech.com

ELECTRONICS SERVICE DEPARTMENT VT Services, Inc. 562 Chaddick Dr. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 541-7950 www.vtechsvc.com

ENTERTAINMENT/ SPORTS VENUE Pinstripes 1150 Willow Rd. Northbrook, IL 60062 (847) 480-7676 www.pinstripes.com

ERRAND ASSISTANCE Carey On Call 1450 Sand Pebble Dr., #227 Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 341-2898

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FAST FOOD

FLORISTS

GOVERNMENT

McDonald’s Restaurant 188 E. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 541-8487 www.mcdonalds.com

Horcher’s Country Flower Shop 910 McHenry Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 541-3276

City of Prospect Heights 8 N. Elmhurst Rd. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 398-6070 www.prospect-heights.il.us

Superdawg Drive-In, Inc. 333 S. Milwaukee Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 459-1900 www.superdawg.com

FOOD PRODUCTS & CONDIMENTS

Elaine Nekritz, State Rep. 830 S. Buffalo Grove Rd., Ste. 120 Buffalo Grove, IL 60089 (847) 229-5499 www.repnekritz.org

FINANCIAL ADVISORS Vantage Point Benefit Advisors 106 S. Wynstone Park Dr., Ste. #101 Barrington, IL 60010 (847) 277-7555 www.vantagepointben.com

FINANCIAL PLANNING — INVESTMENT SERVICES Merrill Lynch Financial Advisor — Patrick Crowley 33 W. Monroe St., Ste. #2200 Chicago, IL 60603 (312) 499-4650 www.fa.ml.com/patrick.crowley

FINANCIAL PLANNING & CONSULTING Edward Jones — Prospect Heights 6 N. Elmhurst Rd. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 818-9753 www.edwardjones.com Vantage Point Benefit Advisors 106 S. Wynstone Park Dr., Ste. #101 Barrington, IL 60010 (847) 277-7555 www.vantagepointben.com

Edgar A. Weber & Company 549 Palwaukee Dr. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 215-1980 www.weberflavors.com

▶ HV MANUFACTURING

1197 W. Willis Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 229-5500 www.hiddenvalley.com

FOOD SERVICE Master Brew Beverages, Inc. 2350 Foster Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 567-3600 www.masterbrew.com

FUNERAL HOMES Kolssak Funeral Home, Ltd. 189 S. Milwaukee Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 537-6600 www.kfhinc.com

GAS STATIONS Wheeling Phillips 66 14 N. Elmhurst Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (312) 823-2176

FINANCIAL SERVICES

GENERAL CONTRACTING & DEVELOPMENT

Lake Cook Road Currency Exchange, Inc. 1041 E. Lake Cook Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 520-2929 www.mycheckexpress.com

Smith Family Developers 1130 Honeysuckle Dr. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 541-9433 www.prairieparkatwheeling.com

FITNESS/WEIGHT LOSS CENTER KrazyFitt 541 Northgate Pkwy. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 899-6710 www.facebook.com/krazyfit1/?rc=p

FLOOR COVERING

TREVINO FLOORING 470 W. Hintz Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 808-7100 www.trevinoflooring.com

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GOLF COURSE River Trails Park District 401 E. Camp McDonald Rd. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 788-0551 www.rtpd.org Rob Roy River Trails Golf Course & Banquet Facility 505 E. Camp McDonald Rd. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 253-4544 www.rtpd.org

Carol Sente, State Rep. Sugar Creek Room at Lashon Center 294 Evergreen Dr. Vernon Hills, IL 60061 (847) 478-9909 www.carolsente.org Village of Wheeling 2 Community Blvd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 459-2600 www.wheelingil.gov Wheeling Township 1616 N. Arlington Heights Rd. Arlington Heights, IL 60004 (847) 259-7730 www.twp.wheeling.il.us

HEALTH & FITNESS CENTER North Suburban YMCA 2705 Techny Rd. Northbrook, IL 60062 (847) 272-7250 www.nsymca.org

HEALTH CARE Cancer Wellness Center 215 Revere Dr. Northbrook, IL 60062 (847) 509-9595 https://cancerwellness.org Creekside Health Center 300 McHenry Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 608-1344 www.gefcc.org Northwest Community Heathcare 3060 Salt Creek Ln. Arlington Heights, IL 60005 (847) 618-5610 www.nch.org Presence Holy Family Medical Center 100 N. River Rd. Des Plaines, IL 60016 (847) 297-1800 www.reshealth.org

HEALTH SERVICES

WorldPoint 1326 S. Wolf Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 465-3200 www.worldpoint.com

HEATING & COOLING Master Mechanical, Inc. 119 S. Emerson St., Ste. 327 Mount Prospect, IL 60056 (847) 722-0000 http://mastermechanical.net

HOTELS Crowne Plaza Chicago — Northbrook 2875 N. Milwaukee Ave. Northbrook, IL 60062 (847) 298-2525 www.crownplaza.com/northbrookchi Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham 8000 Capitol Dr. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 520-1684 www.hawthorn.com/hotel/46509

HILTON CHICAGO/NORTHBROOK 2855 N. Milwaukee Ave. Northbrook, IL 60062 (847) 480-7500 www.northbrook.hilton.com Holiday Inn Express and Suites 2600 Lake Cook Rd. Riverwood’s, IL 60015 (847) 374-0260 http://hiexpress.com/deerfield Motel 6 of Prospect Heights 540 N. Milwaukee Ave. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 459-0545 www.motel6prospectheights.com

▶ WESTIN CHICAGO NORTH SHORE 601 N. Milwaukee Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 777-6500 www.westin.com/chicagonorthshore

IMPORT/DISTRIBUTION Arangold Corp. 3170 Commercial Ave. Northbrook, IL 60062 (847) 480-0055

INSTALLATION OF CERAMIC, WOOD & MARBLE FLOORING Unique Flooring, Inc. 303 E. Circle Ave. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (312) 972-1514 www.hardwood-flooring-chicago.com

Athletico/Prospect Heights 834 N. Elmhurst Rd. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 215-7200 www.athletico.com

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INSURANCE

MANUFACTURING

State Farm Insurance 41/2 N. Elmhurst Rd. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 259-0550 www.statefarm.com

Crescent Cardboard Company, LLC 100 W. Willow Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 537-3400 www.crescentcardboard.com

INSURANCE & FINANCIAL SERVICES

Distinctive Foods, LLC 654 S. Wheeling Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 459-3600 www.distinctivefoods.com

Vantage Point Benefit Advisors 106 S. Wynstone Park Dr., Ste. #101 Barrington, IL 60010 (847) 277-7555 www.vantagepointben.com

INSURANCE AGENCIES The Americas Insurance/ Agencia de Seguros Las Americas 1 S. Wolf Rd. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 298-7365 www.theamericasinsurance.com

Dynomax, Inc. 1535 Abbott Dr. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 680-8833 www.dynomaxinc.com

▶ KEATS MANUFACTURING COMPANY 350 Holbrook Dr. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 520-1133 www.keatsmfg.com

LANDSCAPE DESIGNS

Rand Manufacturing Network 840 Tanglewood Dr. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 299-8884 www.randpmc.com

Bertog Landscape Co. 625 Wheeling Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 279-0028 http://bertoglandscape.com

Richelieu Foods, Inc. 120 W. Palatine Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (224) 676-5867 www.richelieufoods.com

LIBRARIES Indian Trails Public Library District 355 Schoenbeck Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 459-4100 www.indiantrailslibrary.org Prospect Heights Public Library District 12 N. Elm St. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 259-3500 www.phpl.info

SWISS PRECISION MACHINING, INC. 7550 N. Oak Park Ave. Niles, IL 60714 (847) 647-7111 www.spmswiss.com

MARITAL & FAMILY LAW

The Law Firm of Wendy R. Morgan When ExperienceMatters

847-259-5700

LIQUOR STORES B & L Liquors/P.S. Pub 767 W. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 279-8000 www.thepspub.com

LOUNGE Cigette Vapor, Inc. 6 N. Elmhurst Rd., Ste. A Prospect Heights, IL 60070-1558 (224) 244-7780 www.cigettevapor.com

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▶ LAW FIRM OF WENDY R. MORGAN

1845 E. Rand Rd., Ste. #211 Arlington Heights, IL 60004 (847) 259-5700 www.wendymorgan.com WE ARE A HIGHLY RECOGNIZED FAMILY LAW FIRM SERVING THE COMMUNITY FOR 35 YEARS for Divorce, Child Support, Post- & Pre-Nuptial Agreements, Estate Planning, Elder Law, Wills, Child Custody, Paternity, Orders of Protection, Bankruptcy, & Foreclosure Defense.

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MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS

Journal & Topics Media Group 622 Graceland Ave. Des Plaines, IL 60016 (847) 299-5511 www.journal-topics.com

CommAvia 2400 Grant St. Evanston, IL 60201 (847) 864-9780 www.commavia.com

NURSING HOME & REHAB CENTER

Online Market Domination 250 Parkway Dr., Ste. #150 Lincolnshire, IL 60069 (847) 238-2768 www.onlinemarketdomination.com

Greek American Rehab & Care Centre 220 N. First St. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 459-8700 www.greekamericancare.org

MARKETING SPECIALTIES STARS 360 Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 264-9000

MEDICAL DEVICE MANUFACTURING

ARGON MEDICAL DEVICES 241 Palatine Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 637-3333 www.argonmedical.com

MEDICAL EQUIPMENT SALES Mark Drug Medical Supply 548-A W. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 537-8500 www.markdrugmedicalsupply.com

METAL DISTRIBUTOR Tool King, Inc. 275 Larkin Dr. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 537-2881 www.toolkinginc.com

METAL FABRICATION Chris Industries, Inc. 290 Larkin Dr. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 729-9292 www.chrisind.com

NEWSPAPERS Chicago Tribune Media Group 505 Northwest Ave. Northlake, IL 60164 (708) 528-0410 www.chicagotribune.com Daily Herald P.O. Box 280 Arlington Heights, IL 60006 (847) 680-5607 www.dailyherald.com

OFFICE EQUIPMENT/ SUPPLIES Gordon Flesch Company, Inc. 401 N. Kirk Rd. Geneva, IL 60134 (800) 950-4718 www.gflesch.com Konica Minolta Business Solutions 1701 W. Golf Rd. Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 (847) 725-7927 Office Depot 515 Kehoe Blvd. Carol Stream, IL 60188 (630) 346-6433 www.officedepot.com

ORGANIZATIONS Scholarship Assistance Fund — Dollars for Scholars 1061 S. Wolf Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 850-5141 www.safdollarsforscholars.org

PACKAGING & ASSEMBLY Avenues to Independence 444 Mercantile Ct. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 541-5250 www.avenuestoindependence.org

PAINT

▶ SHERWIN-WILLIAMS

300 Gilman Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 520-8635 www.sherwin-williams.com Sherwin-Williams Co. 865 W. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 541-0820 http://sherwin-williams.com Sunnyside Corporation 225 Carpenter Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 541-5700 www.sunnysidecorp.com

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PAPER CONVERTER Crescent Cardboard Company, LLC 100 W. Willow Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 537-3400 www.crescentcardboard.com

Lou’s Pizza Factory 719 E. Dundee Rd. Arlington Heights, IL 60004 (847) 577-0033 www.louspizzafactory.com

PLUMBING

PAPER/STATIONERY/ ENVELOPES Spot-On Envelopes, Inc. 500 Eastern Ave. Bensenville, IL 60106 (847) 312-6133 www.spotonenvelopes.com

PARK DISTRICTS — RECREATION Prospect Heights Park District 110 W. Camp McDonald Rd. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 394-2848 www.phparkdist.org River Trails Park District 401 E. Camp McDonald Rd. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 788-0551 www.rtpd.org Rob Roy River Trails Golf Course & Banquet Facility 505 E. Camp McDonald Rd. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 253-4544 www.rtpd.org Wheeling Park District 333 W. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 465-3333 www.wheelingparkdistrict.com

PAYROLL SERVICES LNP Consultants LLC, CPA 201 E. Dundee Rd., Ste. 7 Palatine, IL 60074 (847) 963-8899 www.lnpconsultants.com

PHARMACIES Walgreens — Wheeling Store #5609 1199 W. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 465-8682 www.walgreen.com

PIZZA RESTAURANT Joe’s Pizzeria 57 N. Wolf Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 537-8111 www.joespizzausa.com

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REAL ESTATE BROKERS

Golden Chef 600 S. Milwaukee Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 537-7100 www.goldenchefwheeling.com

Berkshire Hathaway Starck Realty 6 E. Miner St. Arlington Heights, IL 60004 (815) 719-1255

Holiday Inn Express and Suites 2600 Lake Cook Rd. Riverwood’s, IL 60015 (847) 374-0260 http://hiexpress.com/deerfield

Troy Commercial Real Estate 5420 N. Harlem Ave. Chicago, IL 60656 (773) 792-3000 x303 www.troyrealtyltd.com

REAL ESTATE DEVELOPER, BUILDER & MANAGER Capps Plumbing & Sewer, Inc. 90 E. Marquardt Dr. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 459-7385 www.cappsplumbing.com Family owned and operated, plumbing, sewer and water company providing 24-7 urgent service. Licensed, bonded and insured. BBB A+ Rating. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. Deal directly with owner!

▶ TAYLOR PLUMBING, INC.

488 Diens Dr. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 279-8581 www.taylorplumbing.com

PRINTERS Minuteman Press 544B W. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 537-8701 www.wheeling.minutemanpress.com

PRINTING

▶ DIAMOND DIE & FINISHING 2087 S. Foster Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (224) 387-3200

PRINTING & DESIGN PostNet IL140 735 N. Milwaukee Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (224) 588-8666 www.postnet.com/wheeling-il140

PROPERTY INS RESTORATION SERVPRO Fire & Water — Cleanup & Restoration 1808 Janke Dr. Northbrook, IL 60062 (847) 498-8889 www.servpronorthbrookwheelingglencoe.com

Neder Capital Services, LLC 350 E. Dundee Rd., Ste. 305 Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 229-8883

REHABILITATION & LONG-TERM CARE

LEXINGTON HEALTH NETWORK OF WHEELING 730 W. Hintz Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 537-7474 www.lexingtonhealth.com

RENTAL STORE

▶ U-HAUL

4100 W. Fullerton Ave. Chicago, IL 60639 (773) 862-2596 www.uhaul.com

RESTAURANTS Benihana, Inc. 150 N. Milwaukee Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 465-6021 www.benihana.com

BOB CHINN’S CRAB HOUSE RESTAURANT 393 S. Milwaukee Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 520-3633 www.bobchinns.com Buca di Beppo 604 N. Milwaukee Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 808-9898 www.bucadibeppo.com Dunkin Donuts 790 W. Frontage Rd., #412 Northfield, IL 60093 (847) 791-0572 www.dunkindonuts.com El Alamo Mexican Grill & Bar 58 N. Wolf Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 808-0188 www.taqueriaslosarcos.com

House of Music and Entertainment 1227 N. Rand Rd. Arlington Heights, IL 60004 (847) 577-4663 www.homebarchicago.com Joe’s Pizzeria 57 N. Wolf Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 537-8111 www.joespizzausa.com Market Square Restaurant 600 W. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 459-0601 http://marketsquarerestaurant.com McDonald’s Restaurant 188 E. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 541-8487 www.mcdonalds.com Pita Inn 122 S. Elmhurst Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 808-7733 www.pitainn.com Purple Sprout Cafe & Juice Bar 341 E. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (224) 223-7133 www.purplesprout.com Ram Restaurant & Big Horn Brewery 700 N. Milwaukee Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 520-1222 www.theram.com Rammy’s Sub Contractors 834 S. Wheeling Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 215-7330 www.rammyssubs.com Salata 1083 E. Lake Cook Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 777-1555 www.salata.com Saranello’s Restaurant 601 N. Milwaukee Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 777-6878 www.saranellos.com Starbucks Coffee #S00260 1085-A Lake Cook Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 465-8764

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BROOKDALE OF PROSPECT HEIGHTS 700 E. Euclid Ave. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 797-2700 www.brookdale.com

Stella’s Place 255 255 E. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 268-4964 www.playstellas.com

RETAILER OF CELL PHONES

▶ LYNN PLAZA/

Tuscany — Wheeling 550 S. Milwaukee Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 465-9988 www.tuscanychicago.com Twin Peaks Restaurant 781 N. Milwaukee Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 459-4049 http://twinpeaksrestaurant.com Union Ale House 1211 S. Wolf Rd. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 947-8175 www.unionalehouse.com

▶ WA-PA-GHETTI’S PIZZA

208 McHenry Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 541-6706 www.wapaghettispizza.com

Wingstop — Chicagoland Wing Kings 280 E. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 215-9464 www.cwingkings.com

RESTAURANTS & CATERING Salata 1083 E. Lake Cook Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 777-1555 www.salata.com

RESTAURANTS/BARS Spears Bourbon Burgers Beer 723 N. Milwaukee Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 353-8933 www.spearschicago.com

RETAIL STORES Bargains in a Box V 526-528 W. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 459-1700 Liquor Barn 287 E. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 465-0700 www.liquorbarnil.com

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WAL-MART STORES #1735 1455 Lake Cook Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 537-5090 www.walmart.com

Superdawg Drive-In, Inc. 333 S. Milwaukee Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 459-1900 www.superdawg.com

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Stella’s Place 1081 1081 E. Lake Cook Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 563-3052 www.playstellas.com

Cricket Wireless 23 W. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 243-8462

SALES & SERVICE CNC MACHINING CENTERS Kitamura Machinery of USA, Inc. 78 E. Century Dr. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 520-7755 www.kitamura-machinery.co.jp

SCHOOLS Saint Alphonsus Liguori School 411 N. Wheeling Rd. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 255-5538 www.saintalphonsusschool.com School District #21 999 W. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 537-8270 http://ccsd21.org School District #23 — Prospect Heights 700 N. Schoenbeck Rd. Prospect Heights, IL 60070 (847) 870-3850 www.d23.org Township High School District 214 2121 S. Goebbert Rd. Arlington Heights, IL 60005 (847) 718-7700 www.ce214.org Wheeling High School 900 S. Elmhurst Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 718-7000 http://whs.d214.org

SEALCOATING & STRIPING Highland Sealcoating & Striping P.O. Box 785 Lincolnshire, IL 60069 (847) 955-1899

SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITIES Addolorata Villa-Franciscan Communities 555 McHenry Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 808-4421 www.franciscancommunities.com

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TELECOMMUNICATIONS TDS 50 Lakeview Pkwy., #131 Vernon Hills, IL 60061 (847) 968-5840 www.tdsbusiness.com

SHOPPING CENTERS

TONER INK MANUFACTURER

HALLMARK & JOHNSON PROP. MGT., LTD. 6160 N. Cicero Ave., Ste. 620 Chicago, IL 60646 (773) 545-6160 www.wheeling.com/retailproperty/lynnplaza. shtml

TOMOEGAWA (USA) INC. 742 S. Glenn Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 541-3001 www.tomoegawa.com

Riverside Plaza — St Andrews Properties, Inc. 395 E. Dundee Rd., Ste. 350 Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 947-8445 www.standrewsproperties.com

TOWING & RECOVERY Gene’s Village Towing, Inc. 1290 Peterson Dr. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 537-9693 http://wheelinn.com

SIGN SALES & SERVICE Quantum Sign Corporation 693 Heartland Dr. Sugar Grove, IL 60554 (630) 466-0372 www.quantumsigncorp.com

TROPHIES & AWARDS ENGRAVING/BADGES

SNOW REMOVAL A. J. Services Professional Snow & Ice Control 20447 N. Hwy. 83 Prairie View, IL 60069 (847) 541-3309 http://ajservicessnow.com Specializing in commercial and industrial property work only. Snow Systems, Inc. 600 N. Wolf Ct. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 808-7800 www.snowsystems.com

STORAGE

▶ U-HAUL

4100 W. Fullerton Ave. Chicago, IL 60639 (773) 862-2596 www.uhaul.com U-Haul’s Primary Service Objective: To provide a better & better product & service to more & more people at a lower & lower cost.

Crown Trophy 1340 Busch Pkwy. Buffalo Grove, IL 60089 (847) 808-9706 www.crowntrophy.com/store-20

VETERINARIANS Eye Care for Animals 372 S. Milwaukee Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 215-3933 www.eyecareforanimals.com

VIDEO GAMING Stella’s Place 1081 1081 E. Lake Cook Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 563-3052 www.playstellas.com Stella’s Place 255 255 E. Dundee Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 268-4964 www.playstellas.com

WATER SOLUTIONS Culligan 270 W. Palatine Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 459-1550 x5805 www.uswatercommercial.com

WHOLESALE SAM’S Club 1055 McHenry Rd. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 541-9040 www.samsclub.com

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ADVERTISER INDEX

Addolorata Villa ..................................................................................................................... 9 Atlantic ................................................................................................................................ 25 Bill Stasek Chevrolet............................................................................................................. 8 Brookdale Senior Living Solutions ...................................................................................... 11 Buffalo Grove Bank & Trust / Village Bank & Trust ............................................................ 26 Builders ................................................................................................................................ 11 Capps Plumbing & Sewer, Inc. ............................................................................................. 6 Chevy Chase Country Club .................................................................................................. 17 Chicago Executive Airport .................................................................................................... 2 Chicago’s North Shore Convention & Visitors Bureau ..................................................... 33 City of Prospect Heights....................................................................................................... 3 Devon Bank ......................................................................................................................... 20 Dundee & Wolf Automotive Services, Inc. ......................................................................... 27 Hoyne Savings Bank ........................................................................................................... 25 Indian Trails Library ..............................................................................................................15 Korean Cultural Center of Chicago .....................................................................................14 Lake + House .......................................................................................................................10 Law Firm of Wendy R. Morgan ........................................................................................... 26 Lynn Plaza ........................................................................................................................... 29 Minuteman Press ................................................................................................................ 20 North Suburban YMCA .........................................................................................................18 PostNet ...............................................................................................................................10 River Trails Park District .....................................................................................................18 Rubber Stamp Man .............................................................................................................. 4 Scaravalle Company, Inc. ....................................................................................................21 Servpro Fire & Water — Cleanup & Restoration .................................................................21 Stella’s Place ....................................................................................................................... 30 Swiss Precision Machining, Inc. ......................................................................................... 24 Taylor Plumbing, Inc. ............................................................................................................. 7 Trevino Flooring .................................................................................................................. 28 Tuscany Wheeling ...............................................................................................................31 Village of Wheeling .............................................................................................................. 44 Wa-Pa-Ghetti’s Pizza............................................................................................................31 The Westin Chicago North Shore ......................................................................................... 5 Wheeling Park District .........................................................................................................16 Wheeling Town Center .................................................................................................. 22-23

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