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Who We Are......................................................... 4 Offering You Regional Opportunities.................. 5 Introduction......................................................... 6 Our Region........................................................... 7 COMMUNITY HIGHLIGHTS Countryside.......................................................... 8 Hodgkins.............................................................. 8 Indian Head Park................................................. 9 La Grange........................................................... 10 La Grange Park................................................... 11 McCook.............................................................. 12 Western Springs................................................. 13 Willow Springs................................................... 14 Shopping & Dining............................................ 15 Tourism............................................................... 16 Parks & Recreation............................................. 17 Nonprofits: Partnering to Enhance Community Well-Being...................................... 18 Business.............................................................. 20 Health Care........................................................ 22

­This is a Town Square Publication created and produced for the West Suburban Chamber of Commerce & Industry 9440 Joliet Rd., Suite B • Hodgkins, IL 60525 Phone: (708) 387-7550 • Fax: (708) 387-7556 Email: Website: Copyright© 2015 Town Square Publications 155 E. Algonquin Road, Arlington Heights, IL 60005 Every effort has been made to assure 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. Chairman, CEO and Publisher Douglas K. Ray President and Chief Operating Officer Scott Stone Director Scott Ray Editor Gerry Alger Production Manager Joe Nugara Content Coordinator Stefanie Mikutis Graphic Designer Kirsten Riedl

Libraries.............................................................. 23

Directory Coordinator Michael Sumrak

Schools............................................................... 24

Acquisition Manager John Dussman

Members – Alphabetical.................................... 25

Advertising Sales Barry Kenis

Members by Category....................................... 29

Ad Production Coordinators Tiffany Salerno & David Abraham

Advertiser Index................................................. 39

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elcome to the WSCCI (West Suburban Chamber of Commerce and Industry). For over 100 years, the WSCCI has been dedicated to serving the near west suburbs of Chicago, regional businesses and community prosperity through advocacy, access to leaders, economic development, connectivity and business education. OUR VISION: To build a vibrant and

prosperous community of thriving businesses who understand the value of collaboration, the power of a unified voice, and the obligation to reach beyond individual fulfillment for the greater good of the community. OUR MISSION: We represent the collective voice of the region’s business community, advocating pro-business initiatives and public policy on a state and local level. We drive economic prosperity by promoting the thriving business climate, geographical

preference, and demographic diversity of our region. We leverage the vast resources within our membership by encouraging innovation and the exchange of ideas, information, and opportunity for the benefit of the entire community. OUR STRATEGIC GOALS: 1) Establish coalitions that represent membership diversity. 2) Establish a process for workforce development that contributes to the creation of jobs and skilled workers within the region. 3) Explore the development of a regional visitors and tourism bureau. 4) Fuel the

sustainable growth of the Chamber by clearly communicating value of membership. The events and programs of the WSCCI are envisioned, designed and executed around our mission, vision and goals in order to provide meaningful value to our members and economic growth and opportunity for our region. Visit our website at for more information, and to learn how to get involved!e

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The short answer is that you can’t afford the alternative. Through the WSCCI, you will be able to: • Be a part of a growing regional network of businesses and communities that span beyond borders. • Participate and become a recipient of advocacy work and legislation that impacts the health of your industry and your business. • Be among hundreds of businesses and thousands of residents who have made a conscious decision to only do business with WSCCI members. • Reap the benefits of having member access to, the interactive, comprehensive, online Chamber destination with nearly one million visits each year, which gives you the tools you need to enhance your online profile 24/7 – 365 days a year. • Gain access to a regional network of free resources to help start, grow, expand or even sell your business, in partnership with organizations such as: C.O.D., Cook

Chicago Workforce Partnership, Small Business Advocacy Council, Small Business Majority Group, SCORE of Chicago, etc. • Utilize the WSCCI E-Communication distributed to nearly one thousand business professionals and community leaders. This resource is available to members for their own business inclusions, as well as knowledge of the most important occurrences in the area. • Become a part of panel-style seminars, workshops and educational opportunities (many in partnership with other chambers of commerce across the State) about cutting edge issues facing your industry and the business community. • Engage in the new expansion of our visitor/ tourism concept for the region – building a destination presence for the area.

• Get involved in a wide range of WSCCI & Community events and committees that provide depth and opportunity, focusing on overall economic and community impact. Visit our website at for more information, and to learn how to get involved!e 

• Have the opportunity to engage with and market to (not hundreds), but thousands of businesses, organizations and community partners and their tens of thousands of employees, representatives and leaders.

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elcome to one of the largest and most comprehensive regions in Illinois served by the West Suburban Chamber of Commerce and Industry, an advocate for business and community since 1902. We are perfectly located to meet your needs and exceed your expectations, whether they are for business expansion and support, personal lifestyle advancement, unmatched health and education services or community involvement. Our extraordinary breadth of land, business, vibrant economic development and superlative lifestyle in suburban Cook County is close to two international airports, multiple highways and two commuter rail lines. The City of Countryside and the Villages of Hodgkins, Indian Head Park, La Grange, La Grange Park, McCook, Western Springs

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and Willow Springs are packed with great restaurants, dozens of parks, forest preserves, marvelous national award-winning schools and hundreds of shops and boutiques. Since some of our communities trace their origin a hundred years or more, we carefully preserve the integrity and appearance of the historical architecture, while infusing cuttingedge technology and advanced conveniences. If you are hoping to find an art show, festival in a park, legendary farmers markets, worldrenowned parades, a carnival or antique stores, we have them. If you want a quiet place to play with your children, jog with your dog, swim or work out — yes, we have those and more. In our portion of the western suburbs, we offer at least four seasons of fun.

We are all about neighborhoods, too. Each community has created its own inviting and unique locale, incorporating everything from multi-million dollar homes and estates to moderately priced bungalows, manufactured housing, apartments and mobile home parks. Regardless of your lifestyle, our communities are able to address the needs of all income levels and age groups. We know you are going to enjoy yourself while you are here, and we know you will come back to visit often … or perhaps stay to create your future. For more information, visit 

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ur western suburbs of Chicago cover more than 85 square miles of Cook County and nearly 70,000 people. The area lies near the Des Plaines River and Salt Creek, and continues to the I&M Canal. Other surrounding communities partner with the West Suburban Chamber of Commerce and Industry area, such as Brookfield, Justice, Burr Ridge, Hinsdale, Summit and Westchester. Tourist and commuter travel is easily facilitated by Interstates 290, 55, 355 and the 294 Tri-State Tollway. We are positioned about 30 minutes from either O’Hare or Midway airports and 30 minutes from downtown Chicago. For daily commuters or tourists heading to downtown Chicago or many other nearby communities, Metra and Amtrak serve local train stations in Brookfield, La Grange, Western Springs and Willow Springs. There are multiple Pace bus routes that link travelers to all of West Cook County. For business needs, the Indiana Harbor Belt Line and Burlington Northern provide rail service, while the sanitary canal handles barge traffic. All of our eight communities are advocates for business and economic growth with a heart and unmatched support for community services. The West Suburban Chamber of Commerce and Industry will help you find economic development solutions, whether you are starting from scratch, expanding, moving or already here and looking to leave your legacy! e 


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ountryside, “Chicago’s Western Gateway,” like all the communities that make up the West Suburban Chamber of Commerce and Industry, is close to most everything that will add to your vacation or leisure time experiences. Route 66 runs right through the city. Trains are but minutes away and highway access to I-55 or I-294 starts and ends in Countryside. In this community, there are truly great hotels and many automotive and motorcycle dealers. Illinois Harley Davidson and BMW Motorcycles are recent additions. Motorcycles are available for rent through Eagle Rider at both locations. You can rent for a day or for the entire Route 66 cross-country adventure. If you are looking for a future home, Countryside is a great community in which to reside, as there are many parks, affordable homes and housing options and lower overall taxes. The City takes pride in its special events, including the Summer Concert Series, Easter Egg Hunt, and Children’s Holiday Party.e



he Village of Hodgkins was incorporated in 1896. Our village rests on the National Heritage Corridor, which marks the original path of Father Marquette and Louis Joliet. From a small residential community, we have developed as a central hub for residential, commercial/ industrial and retail business. Bordered by the Des Plaines River on our East side and the Historic Route 66 on our North. We are home to about 2,000 residents and a combination of Retail and commercial business’s. The world’s largest ground package sorting facility lies on our south west side and our Quarry Shopping Center includes a wide array of needs, including Walmart, Sam’s Club, Target and Menards. From automobiles, groceries, mechanical & home needs to the AMC 14 screen cinema and Off Track Betting parlor. Come to Hodgkins and be pleasantly surprised.e

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ich with historic heritage, green spaces and open residential settings, the Village of Indian Head Park is a predominantly residential community located at the convergence of I- 55 (Stevenson) and I-294 (Tri-State). Located conveniently to downtown, airports and shopping, with excellent schools and municipal services our residents enjoy easy access to almost any destination. The Village was named and incorporated appropriately as the Village of Indian Head Park in 1959. Its origins trace back to the Potawatomie Indians and as part of a stagecoach route that ran from Chicago to Ottawa at the Illinois River. The residence of Robert Vial, one of the first settlers to this area, was a strategic location along this route where many travelers stopped while they switched horses, including Potawatomi Chief Shabbona, an important liaison between the settlers and Native Americans. Later it was the site of the area Post Office and first Cook County Democratic convention in 1836. In 1843, the Vial family started the first Congregation Church of Lyonsville in a schoolhouse on Joliet Road across from its current location. In 1858 the building that is now the Lyonsville Congregational Church was dedicated. More recent history included the location of several 18-hole golf courses with rolling hills and trees that promoted an early focus on open green spaces and large residential lots. The original development of what is now Indian Head Park began in 1946 with the development of 20 lots west of Wolf Road by developer Norman Higby. Nineteen families are credited with being the original owners in Higby’s development. The original “Old Town” was developed starting in the 1950s, followed by the development of the initial condo and townhome developments in the 1970s and 80s of Acacia, Wilshire Green, Flagg Creek and Indian Ridge, and newer developments in the 1990s including Ashbrook, Indian Wood Townhomes, Chestnut on the Green and others. With a population of just under 4,000, Indian Head Park is predominantly a residential community that includes service, retail, and commercial areas. The area around Joliet Road serves as our retail corridor, with many options for eating, shopping, and wellness with several retailers specializing in hair, beauty, and spa services. Wolf’s Head Inn and Willow Hill Restaurant are two favorite destinations for our residents for friendly

conversation and great food. Our commercial section is mostly south of Joliet Road and borders the Tri-State Tollway. Our residents have excellent public school districts serving our Community with high achieving academic track records and strong parental and community involvement – K-8 students just north of Joliet Road attend Highlands School (District 106), while K-8 students just south of Tecumseh Road attend Pleasantdale School (District 107). Our young adults have access to the highly-rated Lyons Township High School (District 204), and there are also parochial options convenient to our location for both elementary, middle and high school. Residents of Indian Head Park are offered municipal public works services including snow removal and water (some residents are served by Highlands Sanitary District), and a Village Police Department that provides

public safety services. The Pleasantview Fire Protection District serves our community for paramedic and fire emergencies, with station locations one just to our north on Plainfield Road and another south on Wolf Road. Indian Head Park has several public parks with playgrounds, and a historic Community Center - Blackhawk Park, Sacajawea Park, and the Heritage Center. Additionally, part of our Village is served by the Pleasantdale Park District, which provides recreational programs for all ages and access to the Flagg Creek Golf course. Indian Head Park strives to maintain an atmosphere of natural beauty balanced with neighborly caring and community involvement. With large lots, a designated “Tree City”, and an emphasis on green space, it is still “the best kept secret in Chicago” and a great place to live, work and play!e

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ocated approximately 14 miles west of Chicago, in Cook County, the Village occupies a land area of approximately 2.5 square miles and has an estimated population of 15,600. Homes within the Village are well-preserved and maintain their architectural and historic significance through sensitive restoration. An historic district designated by the National Trust for Historic Places is located within the Village.

community located within the inner suburban ring of a major metropolitan area, La Grange has maintained an image of quality and stability by offering a diverse selection of housing alternatives, an established central business district, and excellent library, park, and school systems.

The Village’s business base is made up primarily of smaller businesses which provide friendly, personalized service and quality merchandise. The Village provides more than 1,300 on-street and off-street public parking The Village is a relatively affluent community spaces, which serve the commuter as well with a cosmopolitan flair. As a mature as the shopper. Two small industrial areas also serve as the headquarters for a number of light manufacturing establishments. In recent years, many dining establishments have chosen to locate in La Grange creating a distinct niche or Tue 10am - 9pm | Wed 10am - 9pm “restaurant row” for Thu 10am - 9pm | Fri 9am - 5pm the Village. Sat 8am - 5pm | Closed Sun & Mon

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The business community is an active participant in enhancing

the vibrancy of the downtown area by maintaining attractive storefronts and by sponsoring various annual community events such as the Pet Parade, Endless Summer, the Christmas Walk, and a fine arts festival. These events continue to attract thousands of people from the Village and surrounding communities to downtown La Grange. The success of La Grange is the result of more than just paved streets, transportation advances, or even farsighted leadership. The Village is an outstanding community because of the residents who care about their town and take active roles in helping it to grow as a quality Village. The Village of La Grange’s strategic location has the advantage of being easily accessible from every direction. Four State highways penetrate and cross its boundaries on two major routes: Route 12, 20, and 45 (La Grange/Mannheim Road) and Route 34 (Ogden Avenue). Public transportation is provided by the Burlington Northern Commuter Rail System, which has approximately 5,000 boardings daily from the La Grange Road Train station and the Stone Avenue Station. Amtrak and PACE bus service also serve the area. Rail freight service is provided by the Indiana Harbor Belt and the Burlington Northern / Santa Fe Railway.e

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he Village of La Grange Park is an affluent bedroom community, known for its historic homes and tree lined streets. With easy access to I-290, I-294, I-55 and the nearby Metra commuter rail station, residents have the entire Chicago metro area at their fingertips. The community offers a diverse range of housing options from $100,000 condominiums to $1 million dollar homes, including three senior living facilities. Recognized by Forbes as one of the most stable housing markets in the country, in recent years the Village has seen a record

amount of reinvestment in the community through home additions, renovations and new home construction. The Village has also experienced an influx of new residents. Young families are drawn to the awardwinning public and private schools that serve the community, including Lyons Township High School, Riverside-Brookfield High School and Nazareth Academy. The Village also offers ample recreational opportunities including over 24 acres of parkland, multiple Cook County Forest Preserves and the beautiful Salt Creek Bike Trail.

Community events such as the annual Jazz and Blues Fest, the Concert Under the Stars series and National Night Out draw large crowds, while weekend block parties and the local swimming pool bring neighbors together. Residents can also take advantage of a variety of shopping and service amenities, from national brands to locally owned antique shops. With over 110 businesses serving the community, shoppers have access to a variety of ethnic restaurants, grocers, home improvement, health, beauty, educational, and medical providers.e

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cCook is known as “The Small Town of Big Dreams.” The Village is named after John J. McCook, a director of the Santa Fe Railroad and an American Civil War Officer. Located off Historic Route 66, the village provides many activities for its small residential community. It is home to a beautiful library with a recent two-story addition. The Park District provides various programs for adults and children throughout the year and the beautiful outdoor park and baseball field are put to good use. The recent installation of a walking path also adds another option for physical activity. Several good restaurants are also located in the village. Another option for entertainment is “The MAX” (McCook Athletic & Exposition Center). Owned by the Village, the MAX which opened in 2006, is a 150,000-squarefoot multi-purpose facility designed to combine the benefits of a full-sized outdoor field with the shelter of a 40-foot high clear-span roof – the first of its kind in Chicago. With such size, comes versatility. The MAX incorporates 80,000 square feet of turf alongside 25,000 square feet of hard court space broken down into two full-sized main basketball courts, a full-sized private wood court gymnasium, and an elevated private deck court. The facility also houses three locker rooms and a 6,000 square foot

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restaurant space. Recently celebrating its first anniversary is the “PUB @ The MAX,” a full-service sports restaurant & bar offering an extensive menu sure to satisfy every appetite. The MAX also hosts birthday parties and seasonal camps. Field, court and bounce house parties are available. Winter, Spring and Summer Break Camps are the biggest, most popular that the MAX offers. However, there are mini camps for holidays such as Thanksgiving Break and Columbus Day. Camps are for children ages 4-12 and generally run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The MAX can also be utilized for Corporate Outings, Expositions, Private Party/Events or Open Gym. The MAX website www.max-mccook. com contains up-to-date information. The McCook Industrial Park is home to many companies including Michael Lewis Company and Burke Beverage as well as Lawson Products. Our newest additions to our Business Parks are Freeman Expositions located at 47th and Riverside Drive and Golden State Foods located at 47th and Vernon Avenue. McCook continues to expand its diverse collection of Industrial Partners. There are two additional Spec Buildings currently under construction at the corner of 47th Street and 1st Avenue (Hinsdale Avenue) that will welcome additional businesses into our town. The Village has recently unveiled the redesign and painting of our one-million-gallon

Waterspheroid Elevated Tank. The Village of McCook logo faces the north and south while the MAX logo faces the east and west. It was a big undertaking, but the results are well worth it. It is a great representation of our community.e

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owntown Western Springs will be an economically sustainable center of community life, offering a charming and vibrant destination to meet daily and destination shopping and dining needs. The downtown will remain sensitive to the historic scale and character of Western Springs, while offering expanded opportunities to shop, live, work and play in a family friendly environment. The Village of Western Springs, a non-homerule community, was incorporated in 1886 and is approximately 16 miles west of the City of Chicago in Cook County. Western Springs is a small, stable, quiet community measuring 2.75 square miles bisected by the Burlington Northern Railroad. The Village Tower, which is located in the middle of town, is the symbol of Western Springs. It was built in 1892 and has served the Village in a variety of ways over the years. The Village is surrounded on three sides by incorporated municipalities and the fourth side is Bemis Woods, a Cook County Forest Preserve. In 2005 the Village annexed the last undeveloped parcel, Timber Trails, in adjacent unincorporated Cook County. It is a residential community with a small commercial district which serves the basic needs of the residents. The Village prides itself in and derives its charm from the quality and diversity of its homes. Distinctive single family housing, superior schools, and access to Chicago through the Burlington Northern rail line have established the Village as a stable, family-friendly community. The Village recognizes that its homes represent its greatest asset and has had a watchful eye on the market downturns that have impacted the economy since 2008, as property taxes are the single largest revenue source that supports general operations. Fortunately, the Village has not experienced the steep peaks and valleys of the recent housing market. The median home price rose approximately 10.4 percent in 2013, according to Zillow. There were 39 teardowns in 2014, compared to 26 in 2013. The Timber Trails subdivision continued to show growth with the addition of several new singlefamily and townhouse units. Available inventory sold briskly throughout the year and phase two is now ready for construction.

There are two elementary school districts and one high school district providing public education to Village residents. In addition, there is one private grade school.

Civic Establishments • The Village Club, located at the northeast corner of Chestnut Street and Lawn Avenue, provides social gatherings and sports events and is still an active social club. • The Theatre of Western Springs was founded in 1929 and in 1946 the Children’s Theatre of Western Springs was founded. Producing 7 adult productions, 4 student productions and a holiday show each year, this theatre is a place where a community of all ages comes together to train for, explore and demonstrate the art of live theater. The Theatre of Western Springs is internationally recognized for its artistic excellence and its position of respect in Chicago’s creative community. • Thomas Ford Memorial Library opened in 1932.

• The Grand Avenue Community Center (Chestnut and Grand) is the oldest stone public building still standing in Western Springs. The community center is home to the Senior Center, day care center and recreational activities. • The Western Springs Historical Society is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to preserving and sharing the village’s rich history with past, present, and future residents. The Society operates a free museum in the village’s historic water tower.e

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illage of Willow Springs offers a natural blend of forested land and spacious real estate, along with the convenience of several transportation options and shopping along Archer Avenue. Businesses, similar to the generations of residents, have put down long-term roots in this thriving community of 5,500 set at the crossroads of I-294, I-55, LaGrange Road and Archer Avenue. The Village remains a destination for small shops and fine dining, highlighted by well-known restaurant varieties including Greco’s, The Irish Legend, My Way Café, and Mo’s Willow Pub & Grub. In addition, the Village is graced by the historic Willowbrook Ballroom, one of only a handful of officially designated ballrooms in the United States. Old Willow Shopping Center continues to attract crowds to its Archer Avenue location where the castle-like Royalty West Banquet Hall provides a unique medieval setting. The Center draws visitors from around Chicagoland to the eclectic Ashbary Coffeehouse, which features live entertainment, Blue 22 Vapor, Dead Serious Tattoo, and Tropical Sno, a destination for many for a cool summer treat.

and draws more than 400 classic autos and 3,000 spectators annually to the Village Center on the first Thursday in August. Grasping the opportunity provided by the neighboring Forest Preserves, Willow Springs has hosted and sponsored such events as the “Illinois State Bicycle Road Race” series, “Super week Pro Tour,” and the “Prairie State Cycling Series.”

Another local oasis, Imperial Oak Brewery, located directly across from the Village Metra Lot, has become a favorite destination for commuters and bicycle enthusiasts. Local taverns include C.C’s Grove Inn and The Friendly Tap. Another Archer Avenue mainstay is The Illinois Billiards Club/Bonnie’s Dining and Banquets, which has thrived for more than 50 years, and Spring Forest Deli, which continues to be a regional lunchtime draw. The Village is also home to national industrial tenants such as Rowell Chemical, Valvoline Oil and Nexeo (formerly Ashland). Rowell continues to grow and has taken advantage of

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the unique shipping opportunity provided by barge traffic along the I&M Canal. Joined by the Willow Springs Road Bridge, traversing the Des Plaines River, Chicago Ship Canal and I&M Canal, Willow Springs contains a complementing mix of residential neighborhoods. Most recently developed areas of the Village are bordered on the north by Countryside and Indian Head Park and on the west by Burr Ridge. Long-established homes find themselves surrounded by The Cook County Forest Preserves in the southern area of the Village. Portions of the Village are served by Willow Springs and Pleasantdale school districts and three high schools: Argo, Lyons Township and Stagg.

In addition, residents and visitors alike may enjoy biking and hiking along the I&M and the Centennial Trail System in Willow Springs. The Centennial Trail soon will be re-opened featuring elevated landscape. Additional plans include the installation of a Mountain Bike Trail along Cal-Sag Channel.

Willow Springs recently upgraded its parks system which included the installation of a splash pad at Lions Park. The Village has gained notoriety for its highly successful Benefit Car Show which features live music

The Village is also a proud supporter of another popular local event, “A River Thru History,” an annual early-American settler reenactment held at Columbia Woods along the Canal.e

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ur Chamber communities are filled with terrific stores, restaurants and quaint shops. If you have a need for the best floral options, fitness paraphernalia, a four-course dinner or a “Chicago dog” (no ketchup, please) with extra onions, an antique or a newly painted picture, our merchants and dining establishments deliver. If you are looking for the perfect bottle of wine, a bag of fresh-made breads and pastries or a Zagatrated destination degustation experience, we have all of that and so much more. We invite you to check out the stores and restaurants on your way to the Brookfield Zoo, or as you drive to a quiet forest preserve lake near Willow Springs. There are ample shopping options at the Quarry Mall in Hodgkins and Countryside, as well as some great restaurants in and around the region. Not to be overlooked are the eclectic specialty stores and dining options that the entire eightcommunity region is famous for in downtown La Grange, La Grange Park, McCook, Western Springs and Willow Springs. If you still need more places to go, remember that Chicago is only minutes to the East – perfect for commuting in search of cultural and culinary magnificence.e

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ear-round events complement the seasons. Summer months bring forth the annual LaGrange Pet Parade (bringing over 20,000 from around the region), house walks, carnivals, concerts, parks and outdoor activities. Fall brings festivals, Halloween walks, high school football, running and biking events, bonfires and sales at farmers markets.

The Western Springs Historical Society’s Tower Museum is located within the historic water tower at the center of Western Springs. The society displays historical items and preserves local artifacts. The internationally recognized Theatre of Western Springs has delivered renowned magic for over six decades. All ages come together to train for, explore and demonstrate the art of theatre, particularly in its Children’s Theatre, presenting over 400 students with a program emphasizing the basics of theatre arts: acting, voice, movement, stagecraft, playwriting and technical theatre.

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Winter fun can be found indoors and out. Join us for holiday traditions, sledding, ice-skating, cross-country skiing and that special table close to a fireplace. Spring, with beautiful flowers, egg hunts and festivals of roses, is also a great time to snag some sale items in local shops and national brand stores.

The La Grange Area Historical Society, open on the last Sunday of every month, keeps alive the history of early “suburbanites” who settled here. Also visit the Flagg Creek Heritage Society, where a museum and historic home at the Pleasant Dale Park District welcome visitors to learn more about area history. Brookfield Zoo is just 10 minutes from La Grange Park. Within the 216-acre park, there are 416 species and thousands of animals in a myriad of settings. The zoo’s extensive programs and exhibits will captivate you. Though you can picnic on the grounds, you never have to bring something to eat as the zoo has many food services, restaurants and snack options. Visit Harley Davidson in Countryside and ride like the wind down historic Route 66 which runs through the heart of the west suburban community. Stay and play at the Holiday Inn & William Tell Chicago SW Countryside Banquets and Conference Center and enjoy the pool, sauna, steam room and whirlpool, making it a top choice for families. Also enjoy a free shuttle within a 5-mile radius to all of the area’s top attractions! Visit the MAX in McCook for a concert or sporting event – the MAX combines the benefits of a full-sized outdoor field with the shelter of a 40-foot high clear-span roof – the first of its kind in Chicago. If you want to get in a quick nine holes of golf, try Flagg Creek Golf Course, or play the beautiful double courses of Gleneagles Country Club, located in Lemont, the venue for our “Best of the West Golf Classic” each year.e

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he western suburbs offer recreation opportunities for those who want to spend a day in the great outdoors or a few minutes to enjoy a single option. From our many choices, you might choose to walk on one of the surfaced trails in a forest preserve, ride a bicycle on a pathway that twists and turns in a heavily forested park or canoe on a waterway or lake. There is so much to check out; you will need a few visits.

It is very common to see wildlife as you drive around our communities. Having so many forest preserve acres and nature centers like Wolf Road Prairie (a very fine birding site) and the Little Red School House (they love to teach kids and adults about the world of nature that surrounds us all), it is easy to become spoiled. The Wolf Road Prairie shows you what our grasslands were like before the settlers arrived and development followed.

Salt Creek, I&M Canal and “Centennial Trails” are ideal if you want scenic routes, grassy picnic areas or wide-open exercise spaces. Make it a point to check out our many fishing lakes and ponds including Bullfrog Lake, Belly Deep Slough, Cermak Quarry, Horsetail Lake, Ida Lake, Joe’s Pond, Maple Lake or Papoose Lake. You’ll be happy you brought a camera to record the beauty that defines this area.

The West Suburban area’s park districts also have many events, activities and holiday destinations. Choose from a brisk game of tennis, a pick-up game of basketball, a jog around the track or softer activities with your children or grandchildren in a tot lot. Sometimes doing very little is exactly what the doctor ordered, so go ahead and relax.e

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hat’s the impetus behind the development and west suburban roll out of a special nationally recognized program designed to help trained individuals throughout the community spot the signs of mental illness and take steps to help. In cooperation with the Rotary Club of LaGrange, DuPage Community Foundation, Illinois Children’s Health Foundation, and the Lyons and Proviso Townships Mental Health Commissions, the Community Memorial Foundation in 2014 began offering an 8-hour Mental Health First Aid course led by trained community members, each with 40 hours of instruction in common mental health challenges. “It’s surprising for many to learn how common mental illness is and how many friends, family members and neighbors may face a mental health challenge in their lifetime,” says Cathy Kokontis, a licensed clinical social worker, therapist, and youth initiative coordinator at Nazareth Academy, who serves as one of 29 National Council on Behavioral Health trained community instructors for the Mental Health First Aid program. According to program sponsors, two versions of the course are offered. Adult Mental Health First Aid explores how to help an adult who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crises until appropriate professional help arrives. The training helps participants identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illness and substance abuse disorders. Youth Mental Health First Aid equips caring adults with the knowledge they need to spots signs of mental illness in young people and to help them get proper treatment. “Mental illness is more common than most people realize,” says Kokontis, who explains that Mental Health First Aid is help offered to a person experiencing a mental health crises and given until appropriate professional help is secured. The Youth Mental Health First Aid program is designed to teach neighbors, parents, teachers, and older peers how to help a youth or teen experiencing a mental health of substance abuse challenge or who is in crisis. The course discusses mental health challenges for youth,

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reviews typical adolescent development, and provides guidance through action plans for crises and non-crisis situations. Topics covered include anxiety, depression, substance abuse, disorders in which psychosis may occur, disruptive behavior disorders including AD/HD and eating disorders. Targeting community groups, church members and those on the front lines of community service, Kokontis says training programs are already in place for local police officers, government, library and park district workers, and staff at several parochial schools including Nazareth Academy, St. Cletus, Divine Infant, St. Francis Xavier and St. John of the Cross. “The goal is to raise awareness, make mental health first aid training available throughout the community, and help participants understand there is something we can all do to help,” explains Kokontis, who is among the first group of Mental Health First Aid instructors to complete training, representing a wide cross section of organizations including Pillars, Aging Care Connections, the Hinsdale Police department, Mujeres Latinas en Accion, Arab American Family Services, BEDS Plus Care., Inc., Narareth Academy, Robert Crown Center for Health Education, the LeaderShop, All Our Children’s Advocacy Center, Catholic Charities, NAMI Metro Suburban and NAMI DuPage. Designed to function like a traditional first aid class, it is hoped the program will help reduce the stigma of mental illness by encouraging recognition, awareness and the same need for treatment as manifested by physical illness and complaints. “As evidenced by this program, much can be accomplished through community partnership and the WSCCI is proud to be a regional partner in this initiative,” says Ken Grunke, West Suburban Chamber of Commerce & Industry executive director. According to the National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI), mental illness is believed to impact 20 percent of adults and children, nearly 57.7 million Americans, yet only one in five receive a diagnosis and treatment. Conditions like depression, anxiety, and eating disorders can lead to substance abuse, relationship issues, failure in schools, loss of employment, and even death. Suicide is the third leading cause of death in those between the ages of 10 and 24, and 90 percent of children and teens who commit suicide suffer from a mental illness.

Spotlight On Member Nonprofit 501c3 Organizations With missions from civic to service, fundraising to philanthropic, the West Suburban Chamber of Commerce & Industry partners with a variety of nonprofit 501(c)3 organizations to enhance community life. Among those member partner agencies leading the way to enhance health, education and community well-being are: Adventist La Grange Memorial Hospital Foundation (708) 245-2902

Promotes philanthropy and good will for Adventist La Grange Memorial Hospital. Contributions to the Foundation support facility, equipment and service upgrades that enhance the delivery of quality patient care.

Aging Care Connections (708) 354-1323

Connection to the most comprehensive, expert information, programs and services that enable older adults to remain independent and their families to make the best, most informed decisions regarding needed care in their lives.

American Cancer Society (800) 227-2345

A nationwide, community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem. Together with millions of supporters, the American Cancer Society (ACS) saves lives by helping people stay well and get well, by finding cures and by fighting back.

Aspire (708) 547-3550

Aspire was founded in 1960 and is recognized throughout Illinois as a leader in providing bold, pioneering and uncompromising services to children and adults with developmental disabilities, their families and the Chicagoland community. One of the most innovative human service nonprofits in the Midwest with an incredibly talented and dedicated staff team of more than 250, Aspire serves over 585 children and 320 adults every year.

BEDS Plus (708) 354-0858

Helps homeless individuals obtain stable, affordable housing and provides a continuum of professional support services including emergency overnight shelter. Organization operates shelters and programs in west suburban Cook County, and service the homeless in the townships of Lyons, Stickney, Riverside, and a portion of Proviso.

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Boy Scouts of America (708) 315-6703

The Boy Scouts of America is one of the nation’s largest and most prominent values-based youth development organizations. The BSA provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship and develops personal fitness.

Brookfield Zoo (708) 688-8000

Home to more than 2,000 animals, including mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, and invertebrates, that can be seen in innovative and naturalistic exhibits. The zoo, which encompasses 216 acres in west suburban Brookfield, is managed by the Chicago Zoological Society, whose mission is to inspire conservation leadership by connecting people with wildlife and nature.

Children’s Museum in Oak Lawn (708) 423-6709

Let’s explore and soar together! The Children’s Museum in Oak Lawn leads the region in fun while learning opportunities that inspire imagination, creativity, and a life-long love of learning!

Community Memorial Foundation (630) 654-4729

Dedicated to measurably improving the health of people who live and work in the western suburbs of Chicago. The Vision: The Foundation, together with the community, will transform the western suburbs of Chicago into the healthiest region in the country.

Community Nurse Health Center (708) 352-0081

Provides integrated medical, dental and behavioral health care services, primarily to local, low-income and uninsured residents. Vision is a healthy and productive community where all have access to quality health care.

Community Support Services (CSS) (708) 354-4547

Initiates, provides and promotes services for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families, within their communities, in order to strengthen their independence, self-esteem, and ability to participate in and contribute to community life. CSS serves 57 communities and offers a variety of programs and services to address the needs of individuals across a broad spectrum of needs.

Easter Seals DuPage and the Fox Valley Region (630) 261-6240

The vision is that all children receive the developmental services they need to live their best life. From first screenings to specialized therapies, Easter Seals is a resource for all. A wide range of therapies and services are provided that help children build the skills and confidence they need for a brighter future.

Helping Hand Center (708) 352-3580

Serves over 750 children and adults with developmental disabilities in suburban Cook County and greater Chicagoland communities. Offers a range of programs and services, including outpatient therapies, early intervention, a school for children with autism, high school transition, residential homes, employment services, adult day program, behavioral services, special recreation, and an aging program.

Illinois Masonic Children’s Homes (708) 352-4240

Dedicated to providing a positive and safe living environment for the children served, IMCH is maintained by The Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of the State of Illinois. In order to do this the Homes have developed a behavioral management program, which focuses on providing structure, routine, and consistency to meet the needs of our residents.

Interfaith Community Partners (708) 579-8929

Interfaith Community Partners, a member of National Volunteer Caregiving Network, a coalition of caregiving communities throughout the nation, provides transportation and support for independent living. Originally formed to assist elderly neighbors, the organization helps seniors maintain their independence by accompanying care partners to medical appointments, therapies and assists with essential daily living errands.

LADSE (708) 354-5730

LADSE is a special education cooperative that collaborates with its member districts to provide high-quality, evidence-based programs and services that result in positive outcomes for students.

The LeaderShop (708) 579-5898

Offers community-based programs and services designed to give youth the tools, confidence, and passion to want to make a difference in their communities and in their own lives. Focus on elementary through high school age youth.

The Hope Chest (708) 482-0359

An upscale resale shop specializing in quality women’s and children’s clothing. Founded in 1994, The Hope Chest is a not-for-profit organization whose sole beneficiary is Pillars’ Constance Morris House (CMH). The Constance Morris House is a shelter for abused women and their children. The Hope Chest accepts donations of gently used women’s and children’s clothing, shoes, purses, jewelry and books. Item sales fund donations to the CMH and makes possible some of the many benefits provided for the shelter residents, such as free living quarters, meals, counseling, therapy, health care and advocacy.

Pets & Pals Charities (847) 480-9500

Dedicated to promoting and supporting awareness of the value of animals in individuals lives and the special bonds that exists between kids and animals. This mission is accomplished via the acclaimed La Grange Pet Parade, providing educational scholarships for youth, and promoting responsible pet ownership through classes that show people how to care for their pets.

Pillars (708) 745-5277 (708.PILLARS)

The largest nonprofit provider of mental health and social services in Chicago’s western and southwestern suburbs, serving 12,000 people annually. Pillars’ services include mental health, child and family development, domestic and sexual violence, addictions, and community housing.

Plymouth Place (708) 354-0340

A life care community, LaGrange Park, has been providing a full continuum of senior living and care options for seniors since 1944. The nonprofit community offers independent living apartments, assisted living apartments, memory support suites and skilled nursing care.

Robert Crown Center for Health Education (630) 325-1900

RCC is the nation’s first health education center and the largest provider of health education for school-aged youth in the Chicago region. More than 90,000 students annually receive sciencebased programs on nutrition, sexual health, and substance abuse prevention from RCC professional health educators.

UCP Seguin of Greater Chicago (708) 863-3803

Serving individuals with disabilities in metropolitan Chicago and beyond. UCP Seguin provides a pioneering, innovative, and inclusive approach to services for persons with intellectual, developmental, and physical disabilities, offering a unique array of programs and services: employment and life skills training for adults, community based residential homes, assistive and accessibility technology, transition services for young adults, home-based and family support and children’s foster care.

Wellness House (630) 323-5150

Wellness House envisions a community where all people affected by cancer thrive. Offered at no cost, and as a complement to medical treatment, our programs educate, support and empower participants so they will improve their physical and emotional well-being.

YMCA (708) 352-7600

Committed to strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. With a focus on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, the Y nurtures the potential of every youth and teen, improves the nation’s health and well-being and provides opportunities to give back and support neighbors.e

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he Western Suburbs’ proximity to the major market of Chicago is just one of the many benefits to doing business here. The area provides a great transportation system, through both the highway system and public transportation, a large workforce population, available land, and a Chamber and Village governments that are supportive of both new and existing businesses. A wide mix of over 4,000 businesses make up more than 150 industries that are located in the near west suburbs. They are construction, manufacturing, retail, finance, medicine and technology, just to name a few. This diversity promotes a stable economy and hundreds of jobs to employees of all different skill sets. Many programs are in place to help businesses thrive. The WSCCI offers press releases,

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e-blasts, sponsorships, advertising and business counseling to its members. Many of the Villages that make up the West Suburban Chamber also have their own Business Associations or local chamber of commerce. The Countryside Business Association (CBA), La Grange Business Association (LGBA), La Grange Park Chamber of Commerce and Western Springs Business Association (WSBA) each see to their own local issues and hold promotional activities and incentives for their respective business members.

sales and utility tax exemptions, tax credits (investment tax credit; jobs tax credit; income tax deductions; interest deductions; contribution deductions) and business financing through the Illinois Development Finance Authority and the Department of Commerce and Community Affairs. Business owners may also find other incentives at the local, county and state levels, and will benefit from the tax increment financing (TIF) redevelopment districts found in Countryside, Hodgkins and Willow Springs.e

Businesses looking to expand or put down roots in the Western Suburban area will find that there are several financial incentives in place. Both Hodgkins and McCook employ the Enterprise Zone Program which encourages economic growth through

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injuries such as brain or spinal cord injuries or stroke. The unit’s highlight is a fully built model apartment that is used as a training facility by day and for patients preparing to transition back to home at night. Though health care is changing, the hospital is committed to adapting its services to fit the community’s needs for today, tomorrow and in the years to come.e

Adventist LaGrange Since admitting its first patient in 1955, Adventist La Grange Memorial Hospital has built a strong, proud history within the community. From a $10 million Emergency Department expansion to the opening of a new cancer institute, it’s an exciting time for the hospital. One of the most important parts of a community hospital is its Emergency Department, and the ED expansion project will help streamline admissions and decrease wait times to enhance the patient experience. There will be 23 new private patient exam rooms and a spacious new lobby and family waiting area.

Set to open in 2016, the new Adventist Cancer Institute and Outpatient Center will provide comprehensive cancer care to patients throughout their journey – from diagnosis to treatment to recovery. Located between Adventist La Grange Memorial and Adventist Hinsdale Hospitals near I-294, the new facility will allow patients to visit their doctor, have lab work performed and receive chemotherapy and radiation treatments in one location, saving time and stress.

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LIBRARIES “You can find magic wherever you look. Sit back and relax, all you need is a book.” – Dr. Seuss


rom books to technology, West Suburban residents have access to a plethora of resources and services at libraries including the LaGrange Park Public Library, Hodgkin’s Library, LaGrange Public Library and the Thomas Ford Memorial Library, Western Springs. Celebrating a historic 40th anniversary this year, the LaGrange Park Public Library has come a long way since 1975 when the Suburban Library System’s travelling bookmobile made several weekly stops within the Village. “Our library today is the single central connection for everyone in the village, serving as curator of the community’s base of knowledge and opportunities for enrichment,” says Lynn Elam, interim director. “Trustees, staff and volunteers are intentionally focused on delivering education and skills needed for high quality of life in the 21st century through reading, viewing, listening and learning.” In 1976, the first library was housed in a cozy 5,400-square-foot space in the basement of School District 102’s old Forest Road School. Throughout the 1980s, patrons fondly recall the children’s story hour and browsing among the select 4,600 book collection. A 1987 referendum provided funding for the current three-story, 21,000-square-foot library building which was completed and opened in November, 1989. With today’s circulation of 152,613 items and an additional eBook circulation of 6,973, the LaGrange Park Public Library has become an epicenter of resources with 76,883 books, 24,319 audio items, 3,509 audio downloadable titles, 6,467 videos and DVDs, 172 periodical subscriptions, 31 licensed databases and 22,820 eBook titles. j

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The recently renovated first floor features comfortable seating and cozy lounge-style seating with built in power for computers and mobile devices. Roll-out of updated technology in December includes 26 new laptop computers which replace former desktop computers and bulky computer workstations. Made possible by a special $50,000 legislative grant, the computers run the latest versions of Microsoft Windows, the newest Microsoft Office Suites, and boast touchscreen capabilities. According to Gabe Oppenheim, IT director, this effectively doubles Internet and computing capabilities for the library’s 8,900 cardholders and visitors. Also new this spring is an upgraded new online catalog. After 10 years with the current catalog, LaGrange Park Public Library and 76 SWAN libraries will offer a new generation Enterprise catalog with access to downloadable media like eBooks and audiobooks and have the potential to search online reference sources. Patrons may search the library’s physical and digital materials with one click, and initiate eBook downloads from within the catalog.e

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“Over the years, we have collaborated with other area libraries and the West Suburban Chamber of Commerce & Industry on grant projects. Partnership with the Chamber, and their letters of support, have been most helpful and appreciated when applying for grants benefiting the library and our community.” – Kate Zdenek, Adult Services, LaGrange Park Public Library

Please contact each individual library for holiday and special observance schedule changes as well as program information and access. LaGrange Park Public Library 555 N. LaGrange Rd., LaGrange Park (708) 352-0100 Hours: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 1 to 5 p.m. Sundays Hodgkin’s Public Library 6500 Wenz Ave., Hodgkins (708) 579-1844 Hours: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday; Closed on Sundays LaGrange Public Library 10 W. Cossitt Ave., LaGrange (708) 215-3200 Hours: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, 1 to 5 p.m. Sundays. Closed Sundays Memorial Day through Labor Day. Thomas Ford Memorial Library 800 Chestnut St., Western Springs (708) 246-0520 Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday-Saturday, 1 to 5 p.m. Sundays


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Lyons and Pinner Electric Companies Electrical Contractors

Motion Source Video Production Video Production Mugnolo & Associates Accountants Mulcahy, Pauritsch, Salvador & Co., Ltd. Accountants, Certified Public Accountants Allison Muzal Financial Services My New Neighbor Community Partner Organizations

P Pace Suburban Bus Company Transportation Palmer Place Restaurants Park District of LaGrange Parks & Recreation PEO Solutions Employment Services Personnel Management Services, LLC Drug Testing & Background Checks Peterson & Associates Insurance Insurance Services Pets & Pals Charities, Ltd. Nonprofits, Social Services/Agencies Phillip’s Flowers & Gifts Florists Pillars Nonprofits, Social Services/Agencies Guy Thomas Pitman, Architect Architects Plymouth Place Senior Living Senior Care Services The Pointe, Inc. Health, Wellness & Fitness The Polivka Group, LLC Real Estate Services Power Plumbing Heating & Cooling Plumbing Prairie Path Group Brick Pavers, Landscape Contractors Premier Design & Cabinetry Custom Cabinetry Presence Bethlehem Woods Health, Wellness & Fitness

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John E. Anderson, O.D., Ltd. Health, Wellness & Fitness

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Prestige Mortgage Corporation Mortgage Bankers & Brokers

SCORE Business Services

Village of La Grange Park Municipalities

Progressive Complete Health, Inc. Health, Wellness & Fitness

Seguin Services Social Services/Agencies

Village of McCook Municipalities

Serafin & Associates, Inc. Marketing, Communications & Public Relations

Village of Western Springs Municipalities

Sharon Flaim (Catherine’s Community Closet) Community Resources

Village of Willow Springs Municipalities

Sherwin-Williams Paint Contractors & Supplies

Village True Value Hardware Hardware/Paint

Silvermoon Salon Beauty Salons & Spas

Vulcan Materials Company Construction

Q Quarles & Brady Attorneys, Law Firms & Legal Services

R Raila & Associates, P.C. Attorneys, Law Firms & Legal Services Red Aspine Acupuncture Health, Wellness & Fitness Relief EHS, LLC – Environmental & Safety Consulting Services Environmental Consultants Republic Bank Financial Institutions Republic Services of Melrose Park Waste/Disposal Services MEMBERS - ALPHABETICAL

Rescigno’s Marketing Connections, Inc. Marketing, Communications & Public Relations (r)evolution architecture, llc Architects Riordan & Scully Insurance Service, LLC Insurance Services

Small Business Advocacy Council Advocacy Groups Small Business Majority Business Services Smothers Realty Group Real Estate Services Starship Catering Catering Services State Bank of Countryside Financial Institutions State Farm Insurance – Ben Mruk Insurance Services Suburban Life Publications Media Services Suite Spotte Business Services

Waddell & Reed Financial Advisors – Alexandra Baig Financial Services Waddell & Reed Financial Advisors – Smrz & Dobrzynski Financial Services Waddell & Reed Financial Advisors – Rick Snyder Financial Services Walt Denny, Inc. Marketing, Communications & Public Relations Wellness & Anti-Aging Independent Associates Health, Wellness & Fitness Wellness House Nonprofits


Robert Crown Center for Health Education Nonprofits


The Wellness Path Health, Wellness & Fitness

Rotary Club of LaGrange Community Partner Organization

Tavern on La Grange Restaurants

West Central Municipal Conference/ West Cook County Solid Waste Agency Community Partner Organizations

Ryan Dean Insurance Insurance Services

TB & Z Realty and Management Corp. Real Estate Services

Western Springs Business Association Business Organizations

RyTech, LLC Marketing, Communications & Public Relations

Thomas J. Walsh Consulting Business Services

Wiegand & Associates Marketing, Communications & Public Relations

Town Square Publications Marketing, Communications & Public Relations

William Tell – Holiday Inn Banquet Facilities, Hotels & Motels

Township of Lyons Government

Willow Insurance Services, Inc. Insurance Services

S Satko Oral Surgery Dentists Scheck Mechanical Corporation Construction School and Tutors on Wheels Adult Literacy

Travel Leaders Travel Consultants


Two Men and a Truck Movers, Storage

XPonent Group Certified Public Accountants


School District #101 Schools School District #102 Schools

Vie Restaurant Restaurants

School District #105 Schools

Village of Hillside Municipalities

School District #106 Schools

Village of Hodgkins Municipalities

School District #107 Schools

Village of Indian Head Park Municipalities

School District #95 Schools

Village of La Grange Municipalities

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Z Zarzycki Manor Chapels, Ltd. Funeral Homes, Funeral Pre-Planning & Cremation Services

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MEMBERS BY CATEGORY Paul F. Kouba, CPA, P.C. 18 W. Calendar Ct. La Grange, IL 60525-2323 (708) 579-1797 Mugnolo & Associates 1381 63rd St. La Grange Highlands, IL 60525 (630) 220-9853 Mulcahy, Pauritsch, Salvador & Co., Ltd. 7500 S. County Line Rd. Burr Ridge, IL 60527 (630) 887-7838

Adult Literacy School and Tutors on Wheels 1515 W. Ogden Ave. La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 354-9200

Advocacy Groups Small Business Advocacy Council 20 S. Clark St., Ste. 500 Chicago, IL 60603 (815) 505-3866

Apartments/Rental Housing Countryside Senior Living 6406 Joliet Rd. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 579-0349

Architects Guy Thomas Pitman, Architect 6124 S. Menard Ave. Chicago, IL 60638 (708) 912-3578 (r)evolution architecture, llc 82 S. La Grange Rd. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 582-6080

Attorneys, Law Firms & Legal Services Mary Ann Covone, Attorney At Law, P.C. 915 W. 55th St., Ste. 202 Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 246-4911 Dixon Law Office 1415 W. 55th St. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 354-9880

Fornaro Law 1022 S. La Grange Rd. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 639-4320

Brookfield Zoo/Chicago Zoological Society 3300 Golf Rd. Brookfield, IL 60513 (708) 688-8000

Law Office of Wilson & Wilson, The Center for Estate Planning and Elder Law 1023 W. 55th St., Ste. 110 Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 482-7090

Gleneagles Country Club 13070 McCarthy Rd. Lemont, IL 60439 (630) 257-5466

LegalShield La Grange, IL 60525 (630) 699-4976

LaGrange Country Club 620 S. Brainard Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 352-0066

Quarles & Brady 300 N. LaSalle St., Ste. 400 Chicago, IL 60654 (312) 715-5086

William Tell – Holiday Inn 6201 Joliet Rd. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 354-4200

Raila & Associates, P.C. 747 N. Lasalle St., Ste. 700 Chicago, IL 60654 (312) 587-9494

Automobile Dealers Ettleson Auto Group 6420 Joliet Rd. Hodgkins, IL 60525 (708) 491-0020

Automotive Repairs

Beauty Consultants Mary Kay Cosmetics – Kreiniker 8404 Willow West Dr. Willow Springs, IL 60480 (708) 839-2658

Beauty Salons & Spas Broken Nail Boutique 108 W. Burlington Ave., 2nd Fl. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 352-2440

B&W Truck Repair 1021 75th St. Darian, IL 60609 (773) 247-6962

Crystal Point Spa, Inc. 6929 Joliet Rd. Indian Head Park, IL 60525 (708) 784-6215

Mobile Auto Tech 8312 Joliet Rd. McCook, IL 60525 (708) 247-3717

Great Clips 1 N. La Grange Rd., Ste. 1C La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 579-2170

Ballroom Dance Studio Fred Astaire Dance Studio 212 Burr Ridge Pkwy. Burr Ridge, IL 60527 (630) 455-0665

Banquet Facilities Bobak’s Signature Events and Conference Center 6440 Double Eagle Dr. Woodridge, IL 60517 (630) 968-7778

Silvermoon Salon 711 W. Hillgrove Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 228-4555 Page 10

Brick Pavers Prairie Path Group 500 E. Cossitt Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 354-2182

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Business Organizations Berwyn Development Corporation 3322 S. Oak Park, 2nd Fl. Berwyn, IL 60402 (708) 788-8100 Countryside Business Association 6688 Joliet Rd., #263 Countryside, IL 60525 Entrepreneurial Networking Group 3146 Oak Ave. Brookfield, IL 60513 (708) 288-4480 LaGrange Business Association 106 Calendar Ct. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 482-8700 LaGrange Park Chamber of Commerce c/o Premier Design & Cabinetry 1101 E. 31st St. La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 354-4205


Western Springs Business Association P.O. Box 172 Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 246-8756

Business Services Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership 69 W. Washington St., Ste. 2860 Chicago, IL 60602 (312) 603-0217 Insperity 1901 Butterfield Rd., Ste. 910 Downers Grove, IL 60515 (630) 971-6932 Lonsway Consulting, LLC 5615 S. Kensington Ave. Countryside, IL 60525 (773) 294-5046 SCORE 500 W. Madison St., Ste. 1150 Chicago, IL 60661 Small Business Majority Chicago, IL (773) 999-9737 Suite Spotte 21 S. La Grange Rd., Ste. 200 La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 501-5001 Thomas J. Walsh Consulting 4117 Harvey Ave. Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 205-4900

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Cable Comcast Business 17700 Hoffman Way Homewood, IL 60430 (630) 288-7717

Carpet, Drapery & Upholstery Cleaning Bella Custom Drapery & Carpet Cleaning, Ltd. 9825 W. Roosevelt Rd. Westchester, IL 60154 (708) 579-3182 Page 21 Haugland Brothers 5747 Sunset Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 354-2337

Catering Services Georgis Catering 6339 S. Central Ave. Chicago, IL 60638 (773) 585-3663 Starship Catering 7618 W. Madison St. Forest Park, IL 60130 (708) 771-3016

Certified Public Accountants Paul F. Kouba, CPA, P.C. 18 W. Calendar Ct. La Grange, IL 60525-2323 (708) 579-1797 Mulcahy, Pauritsch, Salvador & Co., Ltd. 7500 S. County Line Rd. Burr Ridge, IL 60527 (630) 887-7838 XPonent Group 521 S. La Grange Rd., Ste. 103 La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 352-7377

Child Care Little People’s Country 211 W. Hillgrove Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 352-0609 Page 24

Cleaning & Maintenance Services Dunne Cleaning Specialists, Inc. 3050 S. 25th Ave. Broadview, IL 60155 (708) 345-0922

Community Partner Organizations Community Memorial Foundation 15 Spinning Wheel Rd., Ste. 326 Hinsdale, IL 60521 (630) 654-4729 My New Neighbor Westmont, IL 60559 (630) 235-1220 West Central Municipal Conference/ West Cook County Solid Waste Agency 2000 Fifth Ave., Bldg. N River Grove, IL 60171 (708) 453-9100

Community Resources Sharon Flaim (Catherine’s Community Closet) 526 N. Catherine Ave. La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 707-7948

Computer Services AIS, Inc. 6428 Joliet Rd., Ste. 100 Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 352-7050 Bantic, Inc. 6575 Shabbona Rd. Indian Head Park, IL 60525 (630) 926-2440 BKF Computer Services, Inc. 2958 Mayfair Ave. Westchester, IL 60154 (708) 562-6819 Midwest Computing Group, Inc. 700 Commerce Dr., Ste. 500 Oak Brook, IL 60523 (312) 593-3313

Concrete Repairs GRADE RC, LLC 409 Palladium Dr. E. Joliet, IL 60435 (815) 931-9310

Construction Central Blacktop Company, Inc. 6160 S. East Ave. Hodgkins, IL 60525-8180 (708) 783-4934 Commercial Carpet Consultants 893 N. Industrial Dr. Elmhurst, IL 60126 (630) 559-9570

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Vulcan Materials Company 5500 Joliet Rd. McCook, IL 60525 (708) 485-6602

Counseling – Individuals, Family & Marital EJJ People Skills 918 W. 59th St. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 608-1873

Craft, Art & Hobby Supplies La Grange Coin & Stamp 25 W. Plainfield Rd., Ste. 1 La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 579-5397 Page 6

Custom Cabinetry Cheryl D. & Co. 1 W. Harris Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 579-5879 Premier Design & Cabinetry 1101 E. 31st St. La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 354-4205

Dentists 1st Family Dental 1104 31st St. La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 579-5824 Dr. James Maragos, DDS, P.C. 4727 Willow Springs Rd. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 352-7358 Satko Oral Surgery 800 Hillgrove Ave., Ste. 202 Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 246-6400

Drug Testing & Background Checks Personnel Management Services, LLC 2215 S. Wolf Rd., Ste 157 Hillside, IL 60162 (708) 743-2935

Educational Services After School Advantage/Smart Sports 450 Village Center Dr., Unit 415 Burr Ridge, IL 60527 (855) 708-5439 College of DuPage 425 Fawell Blvd. BIC 1645A Glen Ellyn, IL 60137-6599 (630) 942-3823 College of DuPage Center for Entrepreneurship 2525 Cabot Dr., Ste. 201 Lisle, IL 60532 (630) 942-2616 Morton College 3801 S. Central Ave. Cicero, IL 60804-4398 (708) 656-8000

Electrical Contractors Lyons and Pinner Electric Companies 650 E. Elm Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 588-6800

Employment Services Express Employment Professionals 9219 Broadway Brookfield, IL 60513 (708) 485-4855 PEO Solutions 4616 W. Fullerton Ave. Chicago, IL 60639-1896 (630) 541-6801

Energy Ambit Energy 1118 Oakwood Dr. Westmont, IL 60559 (630) 655-4060 ElectriTech, Inc. 900 Ogden Ave., #176 Downers Grove, IL 60515 (630) 861-9907

Engineers Frank Novotny & Associates, Inc. 825 Midway Dr. Willowbrook, IL 60527 (630) 887-8640

Environmental Consultants Relief EHS, LLC – Environmental & Safety Consulting Services Please contact us directly by phone or email. We offer a free initial consult. Brookfield, IL 60513 (708) 680-6880

Financial Institutions 5th Third Bank 545 Sherwood Rd. La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 579-2000 American Chartered Bank 4685 Winfield Rd. Warrenville, IL 60555 (630) 579-7951 BMO Harris Bank – Hinsdale 50 S. Lincoln St. Hinsdale, IL 60521 (630) 920-6970 BMO Harris Bank – La Grange 1000 S. La Grange Rd. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 482-5465 BMO Harris Western Springs 901 Burlington Ave. Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 246-1575 Community Bank of Western Springs 1000 Hillgrove Ave. Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 246-7100 Page 20 Devon Bank 561 N. Milwaukee Ave. Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 947-3815 First National Bank of La Grange 620 W. Burlington Ave. La Grange, IL 60525-2228 (708) 482-7700 Great Lakes Credit Union 1519 N. Naper Blvd. Naperville, IL 60563 (630) 544-3932 Heartland Bank and Trust Company 4456 Wolf Rd. Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 246-2200 Hinsdale Bank & Trust 25 E. First St. Hinsdale, IL 60521 (630) 323-4404

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Scheck Mechanical Corporation 500 E. Plainfield Rd. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 482-8100

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Inland Bank 5456 S. La Grange Rd. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 579-4300

Merrill Lynch 2021 Spring Rd., Ste. 700 Oak Brook, IL 60523 (630) 954-6341

MB Financial Bank – La Grange Park 401 N. La Grange Rd. La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 579-5203

Allison Muzal 1 Westbrook Corporate Ctr., Ste. 300 Westchester, IL 60154 (708) 414-0474

NuMark Credit Union 9809 W. 55th St. Countryside, IL 60525-3611 (815) 729-3211 Page 21 Republic Bank 9440 Joliet Rd. Hodgkins, IL 60525 (708) 387-2680 State Bank of Countryside 6734 Joliet Rd. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 485-9348

Financial Services M E M B E R S B Y C AT E G O R Y

Bank of America 139 N. Cass Ave. Westmont, IL 60559 (312) 882-5633 Brookfield Financial Plans, Inc. 3439 Grand Blvd. Brookfield, IL 60513-1207 (708) 485-3439 Corrigan Financial Services, Inc. 913 Hillgrove Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 482-3800 Country Financial 6438 Joliet Rd. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 352-5555 Edward Jones – Keith Hill, CFP® 4705 Willow Springs Rd., Ste. 107 La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 354-1250 Edward Jones – Bob Nyberg 822 Hillgrove Ave. Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 246-2802 Horizon Wealth Management 22 Calendar Ct., 2nd Fl. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 352-4300

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Waddell & Reed Financial Advisors – Alexandra Baig (773) 297-1556 Waddell & Reed Financial Advisors – Smrz & Dobrzynski 1111 W. 22nd St., Ste. 100 Oak Brook, IL 60523 (630) 954-4611 Waddell & Reed Financial Advisors – Rick Snyder 4456 Franklin Ave. Western Springs, IL 60558 (312) 718-3682

Flooring DeSitter Flooring, Inc. 1 Kensington Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (630) 771-1420

Florists Frymark Floral Designs By Appointment Only La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 354-5178 Heather and Vine by ChaLor 6960 S. Wolf Rd. Indian Head Park, IL 60525 (708) 246-6661 Phillip’s Flowers & Gifts 515 N. La Grange Rd. La Grange Park, IL 60526 (630) 719-5200

Formalwear/Tuxedos Formally Modern Tuxedo 48 Countryside Plz. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 588-9898

Funeral Homes, Funeral Pre-Planning & Cremation Services Hitzeman Funeral Home, Ltd. 9445 W. 31st St. Brookfield, IL 60513 (708) 485-2000 Page 4

Zarzycki Manor Chapels, Ltd. 8999 S. Archer Ave. Willow Springs, IL 60480 (708) 839-8999

Government Mr. Jim Durkin, State Representative 16 W. 281 83rd St. Burr Ridge, IL 60527 (708) 352-7700 Friends of Jeffrey R. Tobolski 521 S. La Grange Rd. Box 104 La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 352-2301 Daniel Lipinski, U.S. Representative 26 S. La Grange Rd., Ste. 206 La Grange, IL 60525 (312) 886-0481 Lyons Township Mental Health Commission 6404 Joliet Rd., Ste. 204 Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 352-2992 Township of Lyons 6404 Joliet Rd. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 482-8300

Graphic Design O’Connor Design Works 3221 Oak Ave. Brookfield, IL 60513 (708) 387-2460

Grocery Stores & Butchers Casey’s Market, Inc. 915 Burlington Ave. Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 246-0380 Page 15

Hardware/Paint Village True Value Hardware 835 Burlington Ave. Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 246-0892

Health, Wellness & Fitness BrightStar Care of Chicago and Berwyn 1 Westbrook Corporate Ctr., #300 Westchester, IL 60154 (708) 551-2500

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Clemens Enterprises, Inc. 900 Ogden Ave., Ste. 248 Downers Grove, IL 60515 (630) 971-8090 Community Sanctuary 9045 Monroe Ave. Brookfield, IL 60513 (708) 497-9644 Curves – Countryside 1418 W. 55th St. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 588-9889 Drs. Girgis and Associates 5201 S. Willow Springs Rd., Ste. 240 La Grange, IL 60525 (630) 323-5214 Effortless Wellness Studio 641 S. La Grange Rd. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 482-0255 Elements Therapeutic Massage – Western Springs 4700 Gilbert Ave., Ste 45 Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 505-4513 Family Medicine of Western Springs 5201 S. Willow Springs Rd., #160 La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 354-0920 Gemini Gymnastics Academy, LLC 330 Washington Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 352-2977 Page 16 Healthometer Professional Scales 9500 W. 55th St. McCook, IL 60525 (708) 377-0600 John E. Anderson, O.D., Ltd. 512 W. Burlington Ave., Ste. 106 La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 354-7001 Kuma Naprapathic Health Care 1905 E. 31st St. La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 352-1000 La Grange Medical Center 6170 Joliet Rd. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 352-0330 x311

LifeMolecules, LLC Presenting ASEA & RENU 28 3800 Gilbert Ave. Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 707-8437 The Pointe, Inc. 13830 S. Arapaho Ter. Homer Glen, IL 60491 (708) 846-5816 Presence Bethlehem Woods 1571 W. Ogden Ave. La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 579-3863

Hospitals Adventist LaGrange Memorial Hospital 5101 S. Willow Springs Rd. La Grange, IL 60525-2600 (708) 245-6001 MacNeal Hospital Occupational Health & Immediate Care 6500 W. 65th St. Chicago, IL 60638 (708) 496-1515

Hotels & Motels

Progressive Complete Health, Inc. 6700 S. Brainard Ave., #1401 Countryside, IL 60525 (815) 343-8212

Best Western Chicagoland – Countryside 6251 Joliet Rd. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 354-5200

Red Aspine Acupuncture 512 W. Burlington Ave., Ste. 104 La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 469-7592 www.adjunctmed.ocm

William Tell – Holiday Inn 6201 Joliet Rd. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 354-4200

Wellness & Anti-Aging Independent Associates 3800 Gilbert Ave. Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 707-8437 The Wellness Path 320 W. Burlington Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 497-2441

Home Health Services Griswold Home Care of Southwest Chicago 102 W. Burlington Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (630) 880-9511 Home and Hearth Caregivers 122-B W. Calendar Ct. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 352-4663 Home Helpers Home Care 123 E. Ogden Ave., Ste. 102A Hinsdale, IL 60521 (630) 323-7231 Page 22 Independence-4-Seniors Home Care 5 W. Second St., Ste. 4 Hinsdale, IL 60521 (630) 323-4665

Home Inspector KGM-C.S.I. Home Inspection, Inc. 22610 Mission Dr. Richton Park, IL 60471 (815) 370-6644

HVAC/Mechanical Contractors Heat Engineering Company 6500 Joliet Rd. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 246-3300

Insurance Services Bill Brennan State Farm Insurance 643 S. La Grange Rd. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 354-1180 Frerk Insurance Services 1121 S. Stone Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (630) 674-8645 Ironside Insurance & Business Brokers c/o Ironside Consulting, Inc. 23 E. 31st St. La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 352-3647 Mark Niemiec State Farm 4471 Lawn Ave., Ste. 203 Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 505-3055 Peterson & Associates Insurance 1000 Hillgrove Ave., Ste. 200 Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 286-1300 Riordan & Scully Insurance Service, LLC 815 Commerce Dr. Oak Brook, IL 60523 (630) 468-5400 Ryan Dean Insurance La Grange, IL 60525 (312) 622-4684

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Clarity Physical Therapy & Wellness Center 814 Hillgrove Ave. Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 505-3900 Page 13

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State Farm Insurance – Ben Mruk 7023 Willow Springs Rd., Unit 102 Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 251-1105

Chemgrout, Inc. 805 E. 31st St. La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 354-7112

Walt Denny, Inc. 900 Burlington Ave., Ste. 200 Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 246-4211

Willow Insurance Services, Inc. 913 Hillgrove Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 354-7900

Grayhill, Inc. 561 W. Hillgrove Ave. La Grange, IL 60525-5997 (708) 354-1040

Wiegand & Associates 820 N. Kensington Ave. La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 588-0079

Jewelers Marry Me Jewelry 3 Countryside Plz. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 588-1024

Landscape Contractors Prairie Path Group 500 E. Cossitt Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 354-2182

Libraries M E M B E R S B Y C AT E G O R Y

LaGrange Park Public Library District 555 N. La Grange Rd. La Grange Park, IL 60526-5644 (708) 352-0100

Liquor Store Mainstreet Wines & Spirits 5425 S. La Grange Rd. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 354-0355

Locksmiths La Grange Lock & Safe 5546 S. Brainard Ave. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 354-7233

Manufacturers/Distributors Accurate Partitions Corporation 8000 Joliet Rd. McCook, IL 60525 (708) 442-6800 B-B Chemical 9600 W. Ogden Ave. P.O. Box 10 La Grange, IL 60525-2565 (708) 352-2565 Burke Beverage, Inc. 4900 S. Vernon Ave. McCook, IL 60525 (708) 688-2000

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Michael Lewis Company 8900 W. 50th St. McCook, IL 60525 (708) 688-2200

Marketing, Communications & Public Relations Boomm! Marketing & Communications 17 N. Catherine Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 352-9700 x222 Clique Social + Design (708) 665-5769 Karen Deane – Kensington Communications, LLC 139 Malden Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (312) 961-1450 Hibu 6340 Americana Dr., Apt. 1218 Willowbrook, IL 60527 (630) 853-4092 Money Mailer of Eastern DuPage 58 Chestnut Ave. Clarendon Hills, IL 60514 (630) 794-9950 O’Connor Design Works 3221 Oak Ave. Brookfield, IL 60513 (708) 387-2460 Rescigno’s Marketing Connections, Inc. 7501 W. 85th St. Bridgeview, IL 60455 (708) 974-2600 RyTech, LLC 111 S. Grant St. Hinsdale, IL 60521 (630) 537-0556 Serafin & Associates, Inc. 409 W. Huron St., Ste. 600 Chicago, IL 60610-3480 (312) 943-1955 Town Square Publications 155 E. Algonquin Rd. Arlington Heights, IL 60005 (847) 427-4633

Media Services The Doings Newspapers 920 N. York Rd., Ste. 200 Hinsdale, IL 60521 (630) 887-0600 Suburban Life Publications 1101 W. 31st St., Ste. 100 Downers Grove, IL 60515 (630) 368-1100

Mortgage Bankers & Brokers Guaranteed Rate 7808 W. College Dr., Ste. 2NE-SE Palos Heights, IL 60463 (708) 995-3074 Prestige Mortgage Corporation (708) 579-3333

Motorcycles Illinois Harley-Davidson 9950 Joliet Rd. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 387-8750

Movers Two Men and a Truck 4201 W. 36th St. Chicago, IL 60632 (773) 289-5000

Municipalities City of Countryside 5550 East Ave. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 354-7270 Village of Hillside 425 Hillside Ave. Hillside, IL 60162 (708) 449-6450 Village of Hodgkins 8990 Lyons St. Hodgkins, IL 60525-7628 (708) 579-6700 Page 7

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Easter Seals DuPage and the Fox Valley Region Cassandra Salinas 830 S. Addison Ave. Villa Park, IL 60181 (630) 261-6240

Village of La Grange 53 S. La Grange Rd. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 579-2300

Greater La Grange YMCA 1100 E. 31st St. La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 352-7600 www.greaterlagrangeymca.chgo

Village of La Grange Park 447 N. Catherine Ave. La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 354-0225

Helping Hand Center 9649 W. 55th St. Countryside, IL 60525-3607 (708) 352-3580

Village of McCook 5000 Glencoe Ave. McCook, IL 60525 (708) 447-9030

The Hope Chest 717 Hillgrove Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 482-0359

Village of Western Springs 740 Hillgrove Ave. Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 246-1800

Pets & Pals Charities, Ltd. P.O. Box 707 La Grange, IL 60525 (630) 734-0688

Village of Willow Springs One Village Cir. Willow Springs, IL 60480-1557 (708) 467-3700

Pillars 333 N. La Grange Rd., Ste. One La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 745-5277

Museums Children’s Museum in Oak Lawn 5100 Museum Dr. Oak Lawn, IL 60453 (708) 423-6709

Nonprofits Aging Care Connections 111 W. Harris Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 354-1323 American Cancer Society 225 N. Michigan Ave., Ste. 1200 Chicago, IL 60601 (708) 484-8541 BEDS Plus 150 S. Ashland Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 354-0858 x3 Community Nurse Health Center 23 Calendar Ave., Ste. 207 La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 352-0081 DesPlaines Valley Council Boy Scouts 811 W. Hillgrove Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 354-1111

Robert Crown Center for Health Education 21 Salt Creek Ln. Hinsdale, IL 60521-2902 (630) 325-1900 Rotary Club of LaGrange P.O. Box 372 La Grange, IL 60525 (630) 654-8998 Wellness House 131 N. County Line Rd. Hinsdale, IL 60521 (630) 323-5150

Nursing & Rehab Centers The Grove of La Grange Park 701 N. La Grange Rd. La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 354-7300 Meadowbrook Manor of La Grange 339 S. Ninth Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 354-4660

Office Supplies Office Depot Store #2347 1 Countryside Plz. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 579-1197

Paint Contractors & Supplies Celtic Commercial Painting, LLC 10204 Werch Dr., Ste. 303 Woodridge, IL 60517 (630) 783-1400 Fresh Coat Painting 156 N. Maple Ave. Wood Dale, IL 60191 (630) 689-9833 Sherwin-Williams 1510 W. 55th St. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 784-9890

Parks & Recreation Hodgkins Park District 8997 Lyons St. Hodgkins, IL 60525-7640 (708) 354-6563 Park District of LaGrange 536 East Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 352-1762 Page 17

Paving M & J Asphalt Paving Co., Inc. 3124 S. 60th Ct. Cicero, IL 60804 (708) 222-1200

Payroll & Benefits Processing ADP Small Business Services Division 100 NW Point Blvd. Elk Grove Village, IL 60047 (630) 699-0747

Photography Bob Briskey Photography 237 Kensignton Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 588-0100 Glenn Kaupert Photography 745 Norfolk Ave. Westchester, IL 60154 (773) 206-0910

Plumbing Power Plumbing Heating & Cooling 8800 W. 47th St. Brookfield, IL 60513 (708) 352-1670 Page 7

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Village of Indian Head Park 201 Acacia Dr. Indian Head Park, IL 60525-4412 (708) 246-3080 Page 9

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Promotional Products Crown Trophy 3065 Wolf Rd. Westchester, IL 60154 (708) 947-4000 Green Promoting 625 Plainfield Rd., #326 Willowbrook, IL 60527 (630) 581-5039 Midwest Promotional Group 16W211 S. Frontage Rd. Burr Ridge, IL 60527 (708) 625-1946

Property Management Burcor Properties 19 N. Catherine Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 579-0316


Elite Management Associates, Inc. 6880 River Rd., Ste. 6 Hodgkins, IL 60525 (708) 352-2870

Real Estate Services

Smothers Realty Group 919 W. Hillgrove Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 482-2980

Hooters 5925 S. La Grange Rd. Countryside, IL 60525 (312) 664-9438

TB & Z Realty and Management Corp. 335 N. La Grange Rd. La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 579-3030

Kama Bistro 9 S. La Grange Rd. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 352-3300

Rental & Sales – Tools & Equipment Ben’s Rental & Sales 51 E. Plainfield Rd. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 352-7368

Restaurants Andy’s Frozen Custard 5745 S. La Grange Rd. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 579-0015 Applebees Neighborhood Grill & Bar 9830 Joliet Rd. Hodgkins, IL 60525 (708) 387-7350

Baird & Warner 114 Calendar Ave., 2nd Fl. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 354-7355

Aracely’s Bakery 15 W. Harris Ave., Ste. 101 La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 352-1767

Berkshire Hathaway Home Services American Homes 824 Hillgrove Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 246-5500

Blueberry Hill Breakfast Café 49 S. La Grange Rd. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 352-4900

Chopp Commercial Properties, LLC 9100 W. Plainfield Rd. Brookfield, IL 60513 (708) 387-2640 x12 Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage LaGrange 219 W. Hillgrove Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 352-4840 James O. Hamilton & Co., Inc. 333 N. LaGrange Rd., Ste. 4 La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 469-7709 KrohVan RE Services, LLC 823 Burlington Ave. Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 212-2587 The Polivka Group, LLC P.O. Box 4913 Oak Brook, IL 60522-4513 (708) 485-0616 x1

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Chuck’s Southern Comforts Café 8025 S. Cass Ave. Darien, IL 60561 (331) 431-4000 Page 7 Davanti Enoteca 800 Hillgrove Ave., Ste. 100 Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 783-1060 Eddie Merlot’s 201 Bridewell Dr. Burr Ridge, IL 60527 (630) 468-2098 Francesca’s Bellezza 75 S. La Grange Rd. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 579-3500 The Great American Bagel 353 W. Ogden Ave. Westmont, IL 60559 (630) 963-3393

Kenny’s Irish Pub 917 W. 55th St. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 354-0991 La Buona Vita 15 W. Calendar Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 352-1621 Mecenat Bistro 821 Burlington Ave. Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 246-8668 Nicksons Eatery 30 S. La Grange Rd. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 354-4995 Nothing Bundt Cakes 30 N. La Grange Rd. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 352-9000 Palmer Place 56 S. La Grange Rd. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 482-7127 Tavern on La Grange 5403 S. La Grange Rd. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 469-7750 Page 15 Vie Restaurant 4471 Lawn Ave. Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 246-2082

Roofing Consultants MacBrady Associates, Inc. – Roof Asset Management 305 W. Hillgrove Ave. La Grange, IL 60525-5912 (708) 354-1343

Roofing Maintenance Comprehensive Roof Maintenance 1808 Beach St. Broadview, IL 60155 (708) 345-0777

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Helping Hand Center 9649 W. 55th St. Countryside, IL 60525-3607 (708) 352-3580 La Grange Area Department of Special Education 1301 W. Cossitt Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 354-5730 Lyons Township High School, Dist. 204 100 S. Brainard Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 579-6300 Nazareth Academy 1209 W. Ogden Ave. La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 354-0061 Page 22 School District #101 4335 Howard Ave. Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 246-3700 School District #102 333 N. Park Rd. La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 482-2400 School District #105 701 S. Seventh Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 482-2700 School District #106 1750 Plainfield Rd. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 246-3085 School District #107 7450 S. Wolf Rd. Burr Ridge, IL 60527 (708) 784-2013 School District #95 Raymond Ave. & 30th St. Brook Park Elementary La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 354-3740

Senior Care Services Aging Care Connections 111 W. Harris Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 354-1323 Cantata Adult Life Services 8700 W. 31st St. Brookfield, IL 60513-1097 (708) 485-5533

Home Helpers Home Care 123 E. Ogden Ave., Ste. 102A Hinsdale, IL 60521 (630) 323-7231 Page 22 Independence-4-Seniors Home Care 5 W. Second St., Ste. 4 Hinsdale, IL 60521 (630) 323-4665 Plymouth Place Senior Living 315 N. La Grange Rd. La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 354-0340

Signs & Printing Alphagraphics Print Center 417 N. La Grange Rd. La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 482-4488 Infinity Signs and Graphics 5350 East Ave. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 352-1086

Social Services/Agencies Aspire 9901 Derby Ln. Westchester, IL 60154 (708) 547-3550 BEDS Plus 150 S. Ashland Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 354-0858 x3 Community Support Services, Inc. 9021 Ogden Ave. Brookfield, IL 60513-2040 (708) 354-4547 Page 21 Illinois Masonic Children’s Home 441 S. 9th Ave. La Grange, IL 60525-6423 (708) 352-4240 Interfaith Community Partners 1515 W. Ogden Ave., #536 La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 579-8929 The LeaderShop 4903 S. Willow Springs Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 579-5898

Pillars 333 N. La Grange Rd., Ste. One La Grange Park, IL 60526 (708) 745-5277 Seguin Services 3100 S. Central Ave. Cicero, IL 60804 (708) 222-4253

Special Events Classic Party Rentals 9480 W. 55th St. McCook, IL 60525 (630) 675-3308

Sports Facilities McCook Athletic & Exposition 4750 S. Vernon Ave. McCook, IL 60525 (708) 485-9900 Page 2

Storage Two Men and a Truck 4201 W. 36th St. Chicago, IL 60632 (773) 289-5000

Tanning Salons L. A. Tan 4700 Gilbert Ave., Ste. 15 Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 784-9567

Telecommunications AT&T 2004 Miner St., 2nd Fl. Des Plaines, IL 60016 (312) 727-4055

Tourism Heritage Corridor Convention and Visitors Bureau 15701 Independence Blvd. Romeoville, IL 60446 (815) 588-7940

Transportation Pace Suburban Bus Company 550 W. Algonquin Rd. Arlington Heights, IL 60005 (847) 571-4269

Pets & Pals Charities, Ltd. P.O. Box 707 La Grange, IL 60525 (630) 734-0688

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Travel Consultants Travel Leaders 807 Burlington Ave. Western Springs, IL 60558 (708) 246-8000

Utilities ComEd 1040 N. Janes Ave. Bolingbrook, IL 60440-1099 (630) 910-6199 Nicor Gas 4829 W. 135th St. Crestwood, IL 60445 (708) 297-9875

Veterinary Clinic & Surgery Countryside Veterinary Center 9823 W. 55th St. Countryside, IL 60525 (708) 469-6050 Page 22

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Video Production Motion Source Video Production 40 S. La Grange Rd., 2nd Fl. La Grange, IL 60525 (708) 354-1200

Waste/Disposal Services Republic Services of Melrose Park 5050 W. Lake St. Melrose Park, IL 60160 (708) 345-7050

Wholesale Costco Wholesale #1153 2500 S. Harlem Ave. North Riverside, IL 60525 (708) 853-1034

Zoo Brookfield Zoo/Chicago Zoological Society 3300 Golf Rd. Brookfield, IL 60513 (708) 688-8000

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Allan E. Power Plumbing • Heating • Cooling....................................... 7

Home Helpers..................................................................................... 22

Bella Custom Cleaning, Ltd................................................................. 21

La Grange Coin & Stamps.................................................................... 6

Casey’s............................................................................................... 15

Little People’s Country Academy of Arts & Education.......................... 24

Central Federal Savings & Loan Association........................................ 21

Max – McCook Athletic & Exposition Center........................................ 2

Chuck’s Southern Comforts Café.......................................................... 7

Nazareth Academy............................................................................. 22

Clarity Physical Therapy & Wellness Center......................................... 13

NuMark Credit Union......................................................................... 21

The Community Bank of Western Springs........................................... 20

Park District of La Grange................................................................... 17

Countryside Veterinary Center............................................................ 22

Silvermoon Salon................................................................................ 10

CSS.................................................................................................... 21

Tavern on La Grange.......................................................................... 15

Gemini Gymnastics Academy.............................................................. 16

Village of Hodgkins............................................................................... 7

Hitzeman Funeral Home & Cremation Services..................................... 4

Village of Indian Head Park................................................................... 9

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West Suburban IL Community Profile  

WSCCI originated in 1902 and represents the communities of La Grange, La Grange Park, McCook, Western Springs, Willow Springs, Countryside,...