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e Woodstock-area resident who filed a recent complaint regarding Woodstock School District 200 with the Illinois Attorney General’s Office has resubmitted a second request for review regarding a possible Open Meetings Act violation after having her first complaints rejected.

Last month, Susan Handelsman filed a complaint with the public access counselor in the Illinois Attorney General’s Office charging the Woodstock School District 200 Board of Education with failing to properly publish prior notice of a public hearing regarding a $2.8 million interfund transfer. During the public comments portion of the June 21 public hearing,

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PUBLIC NOTICES Lists of changes in property assessments in Dorr and Greenwood townships

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OBITUARIES Catherine Jurewicz, Wonder Lake G. Mitchell ‘Mike’ Kane, Belleville Jimmie A. Ward, Woodstock

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Handelsman said the district’s public notice published June 1 failed to contain the name of the board clerk or secretary, as required by the state’s school code. Handelsman also questioned whether the notice of the hearing was properly posted at the district’s administrative office and Clay Professional Development Center, where the school

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Raymond Turskey, left, Katelyn Turskey, middle, and Sam Castic play Pokemon go in front of the Old Courthouse July 15.

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Eli Holsey and Kevin Zank said

they came to the Woodstock Square because of the town’s history. Sort of. Like dozens — maybe hundreds — of other people wandering through the Woodstock Square the evening of July 15, Lake Villa’s Holsey and McHenry’s Zank were capturing imaginary monsters while playing Pokemon Go, the new smartphone phenomenon that requires players to go out and explore Please see Pokemon, Page 3

e Republican nominee for the 63rd Illinois House District has opened his campaign headquarters in Woodstock. Steve Reick is running for the seat held since 1999 by Democratic State Rep. Jack Franks, who is stepping away from the House to run for chairman of the McHenry County Board. Reick, who Steve recently moved Reick to Woodstock from Harvard, held an open house at his new headquarters at 1072 Lake Ave. July 17. Four people, including interns, currently are working on the campaign, Reick said. His campaign strategy will center on meeting one-on-one with voters. “I’m going to be knocking on a lot of doors,” he said. If elected, Reick said he will focus on property taxes as “issue No. 1, No. Please see Reick, Page 5


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Wild parsnip has small yellow ÅV^LYZ[OH[YLZLTISLKPSS roads spread the seeds, he said. Because the seeds burrow in the ground, it may take many years to get rid of the plant.

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neighborhoods near and far in order to collect a roster of Squirtles, Oddishes and Jigglypuffs, among other Pokemon characters. (e Square is lousy with Pidgeys and Rattatas.) Pokestops, where players stock up on crucial gear, are known to appear near historic buildings and landmarks — hence the 20-somethings’ quick road trip to Woodstock. “I knew everything down here is a historic building, so we decided to come check it out,” Zank said. ey were not disappointed. “Totally worth it,” Holsey said. INDEPENDENT PHOTO BY WHITNEY RUPP e free mobile app uses a phone’s GPS data and camera to place Poke- Players gather on the Woodstock Square for a late-night Pokemon mon characters in real-world settings. Go session July 13. Once located, players “capture” the characters with their phones. On the the craze. BBQ King, 125 E. Calhoun of warning for people whose heads Square, people of all ages exchanged St., is home to a Pokestop that draws are sometimes more focused on their tips about where to find rare creatures players to its door. e restaurant was screens than their surrounding. — Holsey caught the illusive Hitmon- offering a 10 percent discount to play“I’ve seen some rather reckless lee in Woodstock — and bragged to one ers who checked in at the stop by tap- behavior on the part of the players with another about their hauls. ping an image of its trademark wooden regards to walking in front of cars,” e Square has seen more foot traf- pig on their phones. Scharres said. “ey need to exercise a fic due to the Pokemon craze, accorde Woodstock Opera House is an little more caution.” ing to Arlene Lynes, owner of Read especially popular spot, housing a virWoodstock’s Raymond Turskey, 18, Between the tual “gym” where and his younger sister, Katelyn TurLynes, 111 E. Van “I like the social aspect. players battle their skey, 11, teamed up to catch Pokemon Buren St. She Everyone’s out walking and Pokemon against throughout Woodstock. ey met said her store others. e steps 11-year-old Sam Castic during a recent talking.” has experienced of the building hunt, and the three of them joined up to - Raymond Turskey, Woodstock have been packed search the Woodstock Square July 15. a slight bump in sales. with players each “I like the social aspect. Everyone’s “But out there,” evening. Staff at out walking and talking,” Raymond she said, gesturing to the sidewalk out- the Opera House haven’t encountered Turskey said. side her store, “we’ve seen a tremen- problems with the group, said John Although they didn’t know each dous increase.” Scharres, managing director of the other beforehand, Katelyn and Sam Some businesses are cashing in on Opera House. But he did have a word said they’d become fast friends while

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Top: Eli Holsey, left, and Kevin Zank check their phones on Van Buren Street July 15. Bottom: A sign in front of BBQ King offers Pokemon players a discount. playing Pokemon. When they attend school together this fall, Katelyn said, she and Sam will keep in touch. “I think everyone is socializing,” Raymond Turskey said. “It may not be a whole conversation, but at least it’s something compared to sitting at home.”

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what is called phyto-photodermatitis, according to MCCD officials. Brad Woodson, natural resource manager for MCCD, said wild parsnip is not among the district’s most invasive plants, but is on the radar of people who work in his field. “It’s just another one of those invasive species we go after,” Woodson said. “We have to pick and choose our treatment. Sometimes, we do prescribed burns, but sometimes even those can enhance the exotic species.” Woodson has gotten the parsnipinspired rash himself and recommends individuals wanting to rid their property of the plant to use caution. “You don’t want to touch the plant,” Woodson said. “It’s not worth it. e best thing to do is mow the plant before it sets its seeds.” Wild parsnip is commonly seen along the county’s roadways because cars and lawn mowers traveling on the

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It’s a tall plant with yellow flowers that has been around for years. But suddenly, wild parsnip is gaining a lot of attention for the blistering rash it can cause. Warnings about wild parsnip, which is in full bloom this time of year, have been circulating the media and social media sites. e plant’s sap can cause skin to become photosensitive when exposed to sunlight, ultimately causing redness and blisters. “is isn’t something new,” said Wendy Kummerer, spokesperson for the McHenry County Conservation District. “e plant is not spreading. Wild parsnip is a plant that has been on our ‘Know Before You Go’ kiosks at our conservation areas for over eight years.” Kummerer said the recent press about the plant may be the result

of news spreading quickly through social media channels. e fact the plants, which can grow 4 to 5 feet tall, are blooming now, particularly along the roadsides, may be another reason people are talking about it, she said. “It may be that people are educating themselves more,” Kummerer said. “Hopefully, it’s because people are getting out [to conservation sites] more.” e yellow flowers on wild parsnip, or pastinaca sativa, resemble the shorter dill plant. However, parsnip has leaves below the flower, while dill has its wispy, thin needle-like leaves. e problem with wild parsnip comes when the plant stem is cut and its juicy sap contacts the skin. e sap must be exposed to sunlight to stimulate the burn. Some reports say perspiration can worsen the rash. Unlike poison ivy, the blistery rash is not caused by an allergic reaction, but

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Motorist who hit girl ‘not at fault,’ won’t be ticketed By Stephanie Price THE INDEPENDENT

A motorist who hit a girl on McHenry Avenue was not ticketed after police determined the driver was not at fault. e Woodstock Fire/Rescue District responded to the intersection of McHenry and Irving avenues at approximately 6:30 p.m. July 11, where a car had reportedly struck a child. Rescue crews treated the girl at the scene and ultimately transported her to a Level I trauma center by helicopter, according to WFRD Lt. Chad Williams. “e patient was in good condition at the time she was transported,� Williams said. Woodstock Police Chief John Lieb said the result of the on-scene investigation concluded the driver was “not at fault.�

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board meetings are held. District 200 board members briey discussed the issue, then proceeded to unanimously approve a resolution transferring $1.9 million from the transportation fund to the educational fund and moving $880,900 from the transportation fund to the operations and maintenance fund. Board member Jerry Miceli was not present. e public access counselor determined the District 200 Board correctly posted the transfer on its agenda and, therefore, did not violate the Open Meetings Act. “e Open Meetings Act requires the agenda identify the ďŹ nal action of the resolution,â€? said Annie ompson, spokesperson for the Attorney General’s OfďŹ ce in SpringďŹ eld. “We found [the District 200 agenda] did identify that action.â€? As for the school code complaint, ompson said the public access counselor has no power to render decisions regarding those issues as such concerns are not governed by the OMA. “Enforcing the school code is not under the jurisdiction of the attorney general,â€? ompson said. For that reason, the attorney general will not take action on the issue. e attorney general’s response to Handelsman stated her complaint didn’t provide a summary of facts that would allow the public access counselor to determine whether the board violated the OMA. For that reason, Handelsman submitted another, more detailed complaint July 13. Handelsman also contacted the McHenry County Regional OfďŹ ce of Education, the McHenry County Clerk and the Illinois State Board of Education, where representatives said they did not govern the code, Handelsman said. Don Craven, legal counsel for the Illinois Press Association, of which e Woodstock Independent is a member, said there have been no cases brought forth regarding the school-code issue raised by Handelsman. “I’m not sure there’s a government body that oversees it,â€? Craven said. “Citizens would have to ďŹ le their own lawsuit if they think there’s been a violation.â€? Handelsman’s complaint is the most recent of several ďŹ led by Woodstockarea residents against District 200. In June, Joe Tirio alleged the district violated the OMA when it failed to post a proposed contract extension and raise for Superintendent Mike Moan on its May 10 meeting agenda. at complaint, along with another ďŹ led by Tirio last fall, are still under review by the public access counselor.


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2 and No. 3.” “e issue of property taxes extends beyond taxes,” Reick said. “It extends to education; it extends to pensions.” ose are two other areas which Reick hopes to influence if he wins a seat in the House. In addition to property taxes, Reick, a tax attorney, said he wants to address the state’s public pension problems and to reform the way public education is funded.

As for the state’s ongoing budget crisis, Reick criticized the six-month stopgap budget recently approved by legislators and signed by Gov. Bruce Rauner. “It’s a spending bill, not a budget,” Reick said. Reick will face Marengo Democrat John Bartman in the general election this November. Bartman was announced as the Democratic candidate for state representative following a meeting of county Democrats at the Woodstock Public Library July 9. Reick said he would welcome a series of public debates with Bartman.

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Steve Reick recently opened his campaign headquarters in a building on Lake Avenue in Woodstock.

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An eight-piece band plays during a callejoneadas celebration in the Park in the Square July 13. The street parade, a tradition in Zacatecas, Mexico — Woodstock’s sister city — was a new addition to the city of Woodstock’s Summer in the Park festivities.


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OBITUARIES Catherine Jurewicz Catherine Jurewicz, 64, Wonder Lake, died Friday, July 15, 2016, at Centegra Hospital-Woodstock surrounded by her loving family. She was born Aug. 21, 1951, to Henry and Helen (Kluch) Pollak. On Oct. 11, 1975, she married Richard Jurewicz at St. Priscilla Catholic Church, Chicago. She was a kind-hearted, loving wife, mother and grandmother. Her family and friends recount the joy she had for life and OLYZLSĂ…LZZH[[P[\KL:OL^HZHS^H`Z[OLYL to listen and help someone in need. She enjoyed the time she spent working as a lunch lady at Greenwood School. She also served as treasurer as well as scorekeeper for the Wonder Lake Softball League for many years. Most of all, she loved raising and taking care of her family, and she will be missed by all who knew her. Survivors include her loving husband; three daughters, Sarah (Matt) Jurewicz Malone, Amy (David) Jurewicz Miller and Lee Jurewicz; three granddaughters, Makayla Malone, Meridith Malone

and Adelynn Miller; a brother, Len Pollak; a sister, Ann Biars; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; and a brother, Donald Pollak. Visitation and funeral were July 19 at Schneider, Leucht, Merwin & Cooney Funeral Home, Woodstock. All other services were private.

G. Mitchell ‘Mike’ Kane G. Mitchell “Mikeâ€? Kane, 94, Belleville, died Sunday, July 10, 2016, at St. Paul’s Senior Community, Belleville. He was born May 14, 1922, to Earl and Luella (Mitchell) Kane in Diamond Lake. He was married for 62 years to his only love, Florence (Kmet) Kane, who died in 2006. They lived in Diamond Lake, Ringwood and Richmond, then in Mequon, Wis., HUKĂ„UHSS`4[=LYUVUMYVT [V He was a 1943 graduate of the University of Illinois College of Agriculture. His vocational passion was agricultural. A 4-H and Future Farmers of America member in his youth, he started his working life

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Residents survey damage to a house in the 1600 block of Raffel Road caused by a storm the morning of July 17. One tree fell on the house and another on a pickup truck. No injuries were reported.

as a dairy farmer and ended his career in agricultural lending in Woodstock. He was actively involved in the life of his communities. He was a member of First United Methodist Church of Mt. Vernon and its Pioneer Club, Chowder Club and King City Dinner Club, the Mount Vernon Tree Board and the Jefferson County Agricultural Business Club, among others. He served on county fair boards in McHenry County and Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, as well as the McHenry County and Mequon City planning commissions. He also served on the Mequon City Council and the Solon Mills School Board. Survivors include four children, Nancy (Reed) Hannebaum, Belleville, Kathy, Menlo Park, Calif., George (Kathy), Columbus, 6OPVHUK3H^YLUJL2HYSH)YPTĂ„LSK"ZL]LU grandchildren, Ben Hall, Matt (Brittany) Hall, Danica Kane (Zach Fredin), Mitchell Kane, DeWitt Kane, Sara Kane and Erica Kane; two brothers, Roland, McAlpin, Fla., and 4LS]PU )L[[` 9\MĂ„U :*" [^V ZPZ[LYZPU law, Virginia Strukel and Gail Kane; many nieces and nephews; and special friends Doc and Roy at GreenTree in Mount Vernon.

The funeral was July 13 at Hughey Funeral Home, Mount Vernon, with burial at Oakwood Cemetery. Memorials can be made to Angels on Assignment at First United Methodist Church of Mt. Vernon.

Jimmie A. Ward Jimmie A. Ward, 67, Woodstock, died Sunday July 10, 2016, at Hearthstone Manor, Woodstock. He was born Oct. 1, 1948, to William Allen and Mary Wilma (Hale) Ward in Trenton, Tenn. On Nov. 6, 1976, he married Cheryl Brieschke. Survivors include his wife; three children, Amanda Cole, Kristina Johnson and Adam Ward; three grandchildren, Chloe, Cameron and Sarah; a sister, Barbara Armstrong; and many nieces, nephews, grand-nieces and -nephews. The visitation and funeral were July 13 at Schneider-Leucht-Merwin & Cooney Funeral Home, Woodstock. Interment was private. Memorials can be made to any veteran’s organization.

POLICE BLOTTER Q Jose P. Ortiz-Perez, 22, 1740 Woodside Drive, Woodstock, was charged June 28 with unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia at his home. Ortiz-Perez was turned over to the McHenry County SherPMMZ6MÄJL)VUK^HZZL[H[ *V\Y[ date was set for July 21. Q Montez M. Moses, 21, 2023 Willow Brooke Drive, Apt. 1A, Woodstock, was charged June 29 with aggravated assault, unlawful use of a weapon, disorderly conduct, criminal damage to property, unlawful possession of cannabis and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia at 1220 Tappan St. He was turned over the McHenry County Sheriff’s 6MÄJL)VUK^HZZL[H[ *V\Y[KH[L was set for July 28. Q Christopher L. Birong, 43, 2113 Willow Brooke Drive, Apt. 1D, Woodstock, was arrested June 30 at his home on an outstanding warrant for contempt of court. )PYVUNWVZ[LK IVUK*V\Y[KH[L^HZ set for July 11. Q Francisco J. Vega-Ayala, 25, 321 Hoy Ave., Woodstock, was charged July 1 with driving while license suspended. Vega(`HSH WVZ[LK  IVUK *V\Y[ KH[L ^HZ set for Aug. 4. Q Dameon D. Hicks, 23, 1923 Sheila St., Apt. 111, Woodstock, was charged July 2 with two counts of domestic battery at his home. Hicks was turned over to the 4J/LUY`*V\U[`:OLYPMMZ6MÄJL)VUKHUK court date are to be set. Q Jacob M. Colangelo, 23, 1007 Tara Drive, Woodstock, was charged July 2 with KYP]PUN \UKLY [OL PUÅ\LUJL HUK MHPS\YL [V reduce speed at 1249 Wicker St. ColanNLSV WVZ[LK  HUK OPZ KYP]LYZ SPJLUZL as bond. Court date was set for Aug. 25.

Q Frank J. Schoen II, 20, 2428 Bridgewater Drive, Woodstock, was arrested July 3 in the 1900 block of Julie Street, on two outstanding warrants, one from Kane County for failure to appear and one from the Schaumburg Police Department for bond forfeiture. He also was charged with no valid driver’e license, driving outside of license class, operating an uninsured motor vehicle, no valid registration, failure to reduce speed, two counts of hit and run, a motorcycle equipment ]PVSH[PVUHUK\USH^M\SWVZZLZZPVUVMĂ„YLarm by a felon. Schoen was turned over [V [OL 4J/LUY` *V\U[` :OLYPMMÂťZ 6MĂ„JL )VUK^HZZL[H[ *V\Y[KH[L^HZ set for July 14. Q David L. Gehrke, 39, 222 Pleasant St., Woodstock, was charged July 3 with unlawful possession of a debit card and use of a forged debit card at 711 Olive St. Gehrke was turned over to the McHenry *V\U[` :OLYPMMÂťZ 6MĂ„JL )VUK HUK JV\Y[ date are to be set. Q Richard S. Dudek, 76, 2139 Greenview Drive, Woodstock, was charged July 4 with driving while license revoked and failure to yield at a stop intersection at 1313 Kishwaukee Valley Road. Dudek WVZ[LK  IVUK *V\Y[ KH[L ^HZ ZL[ for Aug. 4. QTimothy P. Pena,35, 901 S. Rose Farm Road, Woodstock, was charged July 5 with no valid driver’s license, three counts of hit and run and use of electronic communica[PVUZ7LUHWVZ[LK IVUK*V\Y[KH[L was set for Aug. 4.

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Yeah! Woodstock parties If the best of summer revolves around music, dancing and gathering with friends, then Woodstock hit the high mark this past week. Everywhere you looked, there was something special going on – some of it organized by the city and the rest by volunteers, local retailers and community organizations. e unique festivities ranged from the special picnic setting contest held during the weekly Wednesday night band concert – where several participants braved a brief thunderstorm to set up their decorative spreads – to the retailers on the Square hosting the first-ever Bastille Day to honor our French allies. Storeowners donned berets, decorated their shops and kept their doors open late to enhance the special evening. Toward the latter part of the week, the city of Woodstock’s Summer in the Park Festival provided a plethora of free live music entertainment, children’s activities and entertainment along with affordable food choices in the scenic surroundings of Emricson Park. By the weekend, the ever-formidable fundraiser, the 17th annual Gavers Barndance, drew its goal of 2,500 people to the big tent at Emricson, in a continued effort to raise cancer awareness and money for cancer research. After last year’s heavy rains and subsequent extremely muddy conditions, Mother Nature redeemed herself Saturday night by providing beautiful skies and perfect temperatures. e Gavers Community Cancer Foundation board members promised they had a great surprise awaiting their guests. e board did not fail to deliver as BoDeans, a famous rock band that hales from Waukesha, Wis., took to the stage and gave a surprise performance. On the Square, the 31st annual Woodstock Folk Festival dazzled spectators Sunday with an eclectic mix of musical acts and a variety of activities. All in all, it was a great week in Woodstock, full of fun and frivolity – the kind that makes for the best summertime memories. To the city staff and community volunteers who made it all happen, thanks.

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+VU»[IYPUN:WYPUNÄLSKZOLSSNHTLZ to McHenry County e shell games of Chicago and Springfield will infiltrate McHenry County if Jack Franks is elected chair of the McHenry County Board. In 2014, Franks was quoted as saying, “I can promise I’m not running for county chairman.” We know that to be a lie. Franks has already made another grand “promise” to present a measure to cut McHenry County’s property tax levy 10 percent on his first day in office. For most taxpayers it would correlate to 1 percent of your total property tax bill ($30 to $100). In March 2005, Senate Bill 27, a $2.3 billion “pension holiday” which some legislators equated to a payday loan, cleared the Illinois House by two votes. e diverted pension funds were used to pay for increased education and health care spending. Despite publicly criticizing skipping pension payments, Franks voted for the legislation, setting the course for increased pension debt from $38 billion to $100 billion. At the county level, it would be easy to propose to move the excess Valley Hi funds to be used as the pawn for another campaign promise. Will Franks propose to eliminate the $3 million Valley Hi levy entirely? Perhaps Franks will move RTA sales tax funds in a sleight-of-hand maneuver in order to pay for county health and human services? I would like specific details how Franks proposes to cut the tax levy. Will Franks actually cut services, staff or other areas? Or does he merely intend to

play a shell game with funds like his Chicago buddies trained him in Springfield?

Tonya Franklin, Woodstock

:JOVVSIHPSV\[PZZOHTLM\S Shame on Gov. Bruce Rauner and the Illinois General Assembly for passing a bailout for Chicago schools. Taxpayers in McHenry County pay on average 2.5 times more in property taxes for the same valued home as someone in Chicago and will now have our tax dollars sent to Chicago to bail out Chicago teacher pensions — all because Chicago refuses to pay its fair share of property taxes and Gov. Rauner wanted to cut a political deal. Only two legislators, Rep. David McSweeney and Rep. Jack Franks, fought for McHenry County taxpayers against the Chicago bailout. Only these two told the truth about the impending tax increases and fought to stop them. Only McSweeney and Franks voted against the governor’s unbalanced bloated budget that overspends revenues by over $7 billion dollars in just six months. Fiscal sanity has been replaced in Illinois by political expediency. Both parties are to blame. Apparently only Rep. McSweeney and Rep. Franks understand that we are already overtaxed and that government must live within its means. ey understand that the citizens simply can’t afford to pay more in income and property taxes. It’s distressing to see that Gov. Rauner, who promised to shake up Illinois, instead has started onto a race to the bottom.

Dorene Job, Crystal Lake


I did not mark the day it happened, but it happened quite suddenly. One day, my YouTube feed of suggested videos, selected on the basis of what I had watched before, was the usual mix of X-Factor hits, ham radio nerds with soldering guns, Ella Fitzgerald singing Gershwin or Cole Porter, puppies being adorable and so on. e next day, I was greeted by dozens of suggested videos desperate to convince me that the Earth is indeed at. I am pretty sure that these suggestions were not derived from my past viewing habits on YouTube, but there they were anyway. I watched a few, out of curiosity. Sadly, for the poor, earnest souls who clearly put considerable time, effort and money into making them, I remain unconvinced. It might help their case if the evidence they presented didn’t actually demonstrate the currvature of the earth. One video proudly shows a telephoto image

ozzies.) e beaches were pristine and the surf mesmerizing. e bush seemed endless at times, broken only by pastures (paddocks) on which mostly Friesian dairy cows grazed. ere were history lessons, of a sort, too. Australian history reports Great Britain became very interested in Australia after the American colonists tossed the tea over in Boston Harbor, declared their independence and won the Revolutionary War. e loss of that war in 1783, they say, meant Great Britain could no longer ship its convicts to America. Australia offered a solution to Great Britain’s overcrowded prisons. Like in the U.S., the native peoples of Australia suffered greatly from the arrival of Europeans. eir lands were taken and their people killed, and European diseases were devastating. We experienced one of Australia’s efforts to acknowledge and respect the true ownership of the land. Every public gathering throughout the country begins solemnly with the reading of a statement recognizing the Aboriginals as traditional custodians of the land. Our ISWNE conference began that way. It was ďŹ tting and memorable. ere’s more to tell, but I’m out of space. So now, you have just a taste, too. Cheryl Wormley is publisher of e Woodstock Independent.

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of Chicago, taken from Michigan, across the lake, and demonstrates that this photo would be impossible unless the Earth was at. Unfortunately, the picture shows only the tops John Daab On the Town of a few skyscrapers. e bases of the buildings remain obscured by, oops, the curvature of the earth. e refractive index of air over water, given the right thermal conditions, accounts for why you can see even those skyscraper tops. Many of the makers of these videos seem to share a common enemy: the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. All of those images of the earth from space? Computer generated images, of course, no more believable than “Jurassic Park.â€? NASA is so diabolically clever that it has been using CGI since before CGI was invented, since NASA’s ďŹ nest technology had the computing power of today’s digital watch. One of the videos explains that, since the earth is demonstrably at — gaze out over Lake Michigan, not a curve in

sight — there can be no satellites. If there were as many satellites up there as NASA claims, the night sky would reveal nothing but satellites, but if you look up, you see none. It’s an interesting argument. But then, when I look out my back door, I can’t see a single mosquito in my garden. Still, if I am going out to weed the asparagus patch, I’m putting on bug spray. And I know from experience that if you spend more than just a few minutes peering at the night sky through a telescope, a satellite will cross your ďŹ eld of view. ey’re as pesky as those mosquitos. e question remains, why am I suddenly having these videos showing up in my YouTube feed? It beats me. I can conspiracy theorize with the best of them most of the time, but I admit, this time I am stumped. is is the best I can come up with: It’s 2016, the year that weird won. Weird is the new normal. FlatEarthers have been waiting 500 years for their day in the sun, and this is it. And that just proves that that very sun is much smaller and closer than the lying scientists claim. John Daab lives in Woodstock. He has written a column for e Woodstock Independent since 1995.

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cheeky comments directed mostly at each other. ey were a bit gentler with us, the Americans. However, when one of the American journalists Cheryl expressed frustraWormley tion at not seeing +LJSHYH[PVUZ a kangaroo in the countryside after being in Australia nearly a week, our host responded brusquely, “So, if I’ve been in and around New York City for a week, I should expect to see a bison in the open country?â€? We did see kangaroos – gray ones, which are smaller than their mid-continent red cousins. e ďŹ rst sighting was on a golf course as we left Eden, a seaside community. Kangaroos are to Australian golf courses as Canada geese are to links in the U.S. – not welcome. But there they were by the dozens. We also saw a lyrebird in a rain forest, an Australian opossum in Melbourne and potoroos, snakes and lizards at a native-animal sanctuary. We heard bellbirds and kookaburras nearly every day. We delighted in the variety of gum trees, called eucalypt by the Aussies. (By the way, Aussies is pronounced

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Eleven days in Australia is to experiencing the continent-covering country as the appetizer is to a meal. But it was enough to come away with vivid memories of beautiful trees, owers, beaches and farms and happy thoughts about the Australians’ we met and their embellishments of the language we share. My husband, Jim, and I visited Australia to attend the annual conference of the International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors in late June. Signing on to a post-conference tour organized by fellow society members Barry and Jill Wilson extended our stay through July 8. Our travels took us from Melbourne to Sydney with stops in Warrogul, Pakenham, Bairnsdale, Bega, Kiama and points of interest in between. We were never more than a few miles from Australia’s PaciďŹ c Coast, so the land, ora, fauna and we beneďŹ ted from the temperature-moderating effects of the PaciďŹ c and its warm currents. ough we visited just days after the Southern Hemisphere’s winter solstice, temperatures were in the upper 50s to mid 60s Fahrenheit most days. Only in Bega, just a bit more than 10 miles from the coast, was there frost one morning. Last week, I wrote briey about our Australian cousins’ friendliness. We loved their slang and their

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Young authors represent D-200 at state conference By Jan Dovidio THE INDEPENDENT

Woodstock School District 200 students from kindergarten through eighth grade participated in a program to write original stories and provide their own illustrations. e district’s literacy committee selected authors from each school to represent the district at this year’s Illinois Statewide Young Authors Conference at Illinois State University in Normal. “is is a conference for all young authors through the state to celebrate writing and their accomplishments,” said Kristen Sauber, literacy and technology instructional coach for District 200. “It was such a pleasure to watch them leave the conference proud of their work and empowered to continue writing.” is year, Read Between the Lynes owner Arlene Lynes sponsored the first Young Authors Night at the bookstore on the Woodstock Square. e district's representatives were invited to share readings from their books. “We are extremely grateful for Mrs. Lynes’ support of the program this year, and we hope to continue the partnership moving forward,” said Sauber. District 200's Illinois Statewide Young Authors state representatives are Simon Baker, Verda Dierzen Early Learning Center; Kirsten Carroll, Olson Elementary School; Faith Eddy and Eunice Vargas, Northwood Middle School; Emma Ersek, Prairiewood Elementary School; Riley Kaplan, Mary Endres Elementary School; Liam Laidig, Dean Street School; Owen Leibert, Greenwood Elementary School; Daniel Mugica Mazarron, Westwood Elementary School; McKenna Sweet, Creekside Middle School; and Lukas Woodruff, Clay Academy. “e young authors program is an excellent way for our students to demonstrate their creativity through the written word,” said Dana Smith, District 200 assistant superintendent for early childhood and elementary education. “We have had excellent student and staff participation in the program.” News of recognitions, milestones and other community events can be sent to Janet Dovidio at fetjetjd@aol.com.

Enrollment up in Challenger summer camps By Stephanie Price THE INDEPENDENT

Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean children have to take a break from learning. e Challenger Learning Center for Science & Technology is offering a summer schedule featuring seven separate week-long camps, and enrollment in the programs has grown over last year. “We have seen an increase in students,” said Rebecca Dolmon, lead flight director. “is year we have 22 more students over last summer, and we’re still getting registrations, which we typically don’t see by this time of the year.” Dolmon said this year’s campers come from as far away as Mequon, Wis., as well as the nearby towns of Huntley, Algonquin, Cary, Barrington, and Lake in the Hills. e student who traveled the farthest COURTESY PHOTO to participate in a camp hailed from Dunlap, which is located near Peoria. Students enrolled in the recent GEMS Camp at the Challenger Cen“A lot of kids come and spend the ter for Science and Technology conduct experiments regarding plant week with their grandparents so life in space. they can attend camp,” Dolmon said. “We’ve seen kids from a lot of differ- two sessions of GEMS (Girls in Engi- are exposed to a lot of hands-on activneering, Math and Science) Camp for ities and experiments. Some groups ent communities this year.” Some students, particularly those sixth- to eighth-graders and third- work with robotics kits. All the stuto fifth-graders; dents visit the Challenger Star Lab, who don’t know Star Voyagers where they can see virtual images of anyone in the “A lot of kids come and Camp for kin- the sun, planets and stars from anyclass, may be spend the week with their dergartners to where around the world. In the GEMS a bit nervous grandparents so they can second-graders; camps, students worked with plants at first. But the camp instruc- attend camp. We’ve seen kids and Destination and studied how plants would survive Mars for fifth- to in outer space. tors play ice- from a lot of different comeighth-graders. “GEMS is also a very popular camp,” breaker games munities this year.” e most pop- Dolmon said. “We have found girls on the first day of - Rebecca Dolmon, lead flight director ular sessions thus like camps where they can be with the camp week, far have been the other girls.” which quickly Astronaut Traine Challenger program was estabacclimates the children with the program and their ing and Star Voyagers camps, Dolmon lished to commemorate the memory said. of the astronauts who lost their lives fellow classmates, Dolmon said. “e Astronaut Training Camp filled when the Challenger Space Shuttle e camps include Astronaut Training Camp for third- to sixth- up a month out, and Star Voyager also crashed in 1986. e centers aim to graders; two sessions of Extreme was full,” Dolmon said. “We had to go inspire students to learn about space, science and technology. Robotics Camp, one for sixth- to to wait lists.” e space and science-oriented For more information, visit www. eighth-graders and another starting Aug. 1 for third- to fifth-graders; activities vary by camp. e students ChallengerIllinois.org.

COLLEGE CURRENTS Shinabarger named to Spring Arbor dean’s list

Fischback named to U of Minn. dean’s list

Maras named to dean’s list at UW-Stevens Point

Rachel Shinabarger, Woodstock, was named to the dean’s list at Spring Arbor University, Spring Arbor, Mich.

Jack Fischback, Woodstock, was named to the dean’s list at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities.

Emily Maras, Wonder Lake, was named to the high honors list at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Stevens Point, Wis.


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Children’s musical ‘James’ brings message of family By Tricia Carzoli THE INDEPENDENT

‘James and the Giant Peach’

Woodstock North freshman Olivia When: 2 and 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Mellinger said the theme of the WoodJuly 22 and 23, and 3 p.m. Sunday, July 24 stock Children’s Summer eatre’s production of “James and the Giant Where: Woodstock Opera House, 121 Van Peach” is simple: “You can find fam- Buren St. ily everywhere that you are,” said Mel- Tickets: $10 regular admission. $6 for library program at 2 p.m. July 22. $20 for linger, who plays Aunt Sponge. e musical take on the Roald Dahl adults and $15 for students for the WCST classic book emphasizes family — both Fundraiser Dinner at 7 p.m. July 22. natural and created. Phone: 815-338-5300 “James is an orphan after his parents die, and he wants a family so badly. enemies and problem solve in the We [Aunt Sponge and Aunt Spiker] midst of trouble. Once strangers, become his family, but we are not kind their bond increases, and the charac– to James or to each other,” said Mar- ters become a family. ian Central Catholic High School freshe message of family resonates man Hannah Paulson, who plays Aunt among the cast members as well. Spiker said. “Even though we aren’t Forty-nine actors rehearse five days kind to each a week for five other, Spiker and “It’s a great message – weeks, according Sponge are sisters, sometimes we need to make to producer Gorand they have a die Tebo. e time our own families.” bond. Family can spent together - Hannah Paulson, WCST yields be whatever you lasting make it to be. e friendships that insects become James’ family. It’s a mirror those in the show. great message – sometimes we need to Graduates of the program come make our own families.” back to assist with costumes, props After his aunts treat him poorly, and backstage crew. Patience McKJames finds himself inside of a giant enzie, a senior at Woodstock High peach, making friends with Mr. Cen- School, explained that the cast and tipede, Old-Green-Grasshopper, Miss crew become so close, they refer to one Ladybug, Spider, Silkworm, Glow- another as family. worm and Earthworm. Together they “When we graduate, we get to call weather enormous storms, battle Mrs. Tebo ‘Mama.’ And that is what she

Former WFAA scholarship winner to speak at bookstore July 23 By Sandy Kucharski THE INDEPENDENT

Two years ago, Sarah Mondello stood on the Woodstock Opera House stage and read an excerpt from a literary work she penned for a classroom assignment that earned her a scholarship from the Woodstock Fine Arts Association. At noon Saturday, July 23, she will return to Woodstock to read excerpts of the same story – now a published book – and discuss how she navigated the path to publication. e presentation will take place at Read Between the Lynes, 111 E. Van Buren St. e project was originally a classroom assignment for her senior

creative writing class at Crystal Lake Central High School. e rubric called for a seven- to 10-page historical fiction piece, but Mondello went above and beyond, writing a 41-page story. “I was having so much fun with it. I was writing for myself,” she said. Considerable research was required for the story about a struggle for survival during an outbreak of the bubonic plague set in 14th century London. Her instructor, Jerry iel, recognized the effort that went into the assignment and the quality of the finished product, and he submitted it for consideration for a Woodstock Fine Arts Association scholarship. Mondello was chosen as a recipient

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Olivia Mellinger, left, and Hannah Paulson practice with a rhinoceros ÄN\YLK\YPUNYLOLHYZHSMVY¸1HTLZHUK[OL.PHU[7LHJO¹ is to us. She encourages us,” McKenzie said. e message of family rings especially true for Kyla Carey, a Creekside Middle School eighth-grader. “My mom [Erin Carey] used to perform with this group. People say I look just like her on stage. It is kind of cool that I am performing on the same stage as she did,” Carey, who plays a variety of characters, said. of a 2014 Helen Wright scholarship in creative writing. She was invited to a showcase of WFAA scholarship winners at the Opera House where she read an excerpt of Sarah Mondello the story. “During the (Natale) reception [following the reading] people were clamoring for more,” said Mondello. “I jokingly said you’ll have to wait until it is a published book.” She spent the summer before college submitting her manuscript to publishers to no avail, but a query sent out over winter break resulted in a publishing contract from Kellan Publishing on Christmas Eve. “e Kiss of Death” was

Sue Kazlusky is artistic director for the show; Anita Tebo is music director; and Christine Connell is choreographer. “James and the Giant Peach” opens on the Opera House stage this weekend for five performances only. Tickets for 2 and 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, July 22 and 23, and 3 p.m. Sunday, July 24, are available by contacting the box office at 815-338-5300 or online at www.WoodstockOperaHouse.com.

‘The Kiss of Death’ signing When: Noon Saturday, July 23, Where: Read Between the Lynes, 111 E. Van Buren St.

released in June 2015 under her pen name, Sarah Natale. “It’s been a whirlwind experience. I’m thankful to all who have helped me on my journey,” said Mondello. Mondello, 20, is pursuing a double major in creative writing and public relations, with a minor in graphic design at Drake University, Des Moines. She’s using one of her college writing classes as the opportunity to work on a sequel to be titled “e Kiss of Life.” Signed copies of “e Kiss of Death” will be available at Read Between the Lynes during the presentation July 23. Information and a link to the book trailer is available at www.SarahNatale.com.


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Marketplace New biz aims to preserve canning techniques Woodstock woman’s Preservation School offers group classes, one-on-one demos By Stephanie Price THE INDEPENDENT

Amanda Olsen has always loved to cook, and it was her interest in cooking that inspired her to try canning and food preservation. As a child, Olsen frequently visited her great-grandmother’s farm, where she was able to watch traditional canning techniques. “My sister and I were very fortunate to learn from my great-grandmother,” said Olsen, Woodstock. “She had a cellar full of preserves, and I would go down there and just look at all of them.” Olsen has turned her love for food preservation into a new Woodstockbased business, where she can share her skills with other people wanting to learn more about the canning process. Olsen recently established Preservation School, where she plans to offer group classes and one-on-one demonstrations to people wanting to learn how to make jams, jellies, pickles and other preserved foods. Olsen plans to hold group classes at individuals’ homes, where multiple people can attend, learn a new

skill together and take home a delicious treat. She also will give private demonstrations. If necessary, she can host the classes, which are one to two hours long, in her own Woodstock kitchen. e hands-on demonstrations will allow her students to learn while they’re participating. “I have always loved doing food preservation, and I believe in selfsufficiency,” Olsen said. “I believe in doing things myself. I like knowing what’s in my food. It’s so hard nowadays to know what’s in the food we eat. Canning gives that to me. I know what I put on the table is what I put in the jar.” Growing up in Poplar Grove, Olsen often visited area farmers markets and produce stands to buy local, home-grown fruits and vegetables. When making her preserves, she often uses produce she has purchased from the Woodstock Farmers Market. e fresh cucumbers, onions, tomatoes, jalapenos, strawberries and other fare make for good summer canning. “I tend to buy from the farmers market,” she said. “e taste is so much better, especially if you have special considerations like needing low-sugar products.” In the winter, Olsen’s focus switches to making condiments such as mustard. She also has seasonal recipes like apple cider jelly and a red wine jelly that can be served with meat. Her favorite recipe right now is roasted strawberry

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Amanda Olsen, Woodstock, teaches people how to preserve their own foods during the classes she offers through Preservation School. chamomile jelly, a new twist on a traditional strawberry jelly. “at’s important to know about canning,” Olsen said. “It keeps up with your tastes. You can make something fun and new. It doesn’t have to be about using the same old recipes.” e feedback from friends and associates wanting to participate in the new school has been positive, said Olsen, who is also a member of the

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Woodstock Jaycees. “It’s been really good,” Olsen said. “I’ve had a lot of people engaged about the new school on my Facebook page.” Information about Preservation School and prices for the classes can be found at www.PreservationSchool.com.

REAL ESTATE Filed in the McHenry County Recorder’s Office June 3 to 8:

Q Residence at 420 Tanager Drive, Woodstock, was sold by heirs at law of Clara Rafaelli, Patricia Foy, Gabriella Mertz and Luana Slea, to Heather Weiss, Woodstock, for $183,000. Q Residence at 845 Clay St., Woodstock, was sold by Justin and Belinda Strebel, Woodstock, to Elias Castaneda, Woodstock, for $120,000. Q Residence at 511 Bunker St., Woodstock, was sold by Sandust LLC, Crystal Lake, to Raymond and Lisa Rau, Woodstock, for $125,000. Q Residence at 2301 Serenity Lane, Woodstock, was sold by Santander Bank N.A., Wyomissing, Penn., to Barabara and Claudio Zarate, Woodstock, for $163,800. Q Residence at 617 Silver Creek Road,

Woodstock, was sold by Joseph and Clemencia Carbajal, Woodstock, to Jonathan Chiluisa, Woodstock, for $110,000. Q Residence at 8904 Ramble Road, Wonder Lake, was sold by Timothy and Anne Wallace, Bull Valley, to Anthony and Susan Ditore, Wonder Lake, for $109,500. Q Residence at 868 Victoria Drive, Unit 3-207, Woodstock, was sold by Eulalia Morris and Merill Lynch Bank, Lake in the Hills, to Jill Toomey-Viktora, Woodstock, for $103,300. Q Residence at 108 S. Queen Anne Road, Woodstock, was sold by Becky Nybert, Bloomington, to Marlene Banuelos, Woodstock, for $260,000. Q Residence at 3804 Jacobson Drive, Wonder Lake, was sold by Tim and Iris Gosselin, Crystal Lake, to Doreen Lea and Linda Evert-Lea, Wonder Lake, for

$204,900. Q Residence at 3111 Shady Drive, Wonder Lake, was sold by Wonder Lake Series of Lotus Real Estate Investments LLC, McHenry, to Robert Welzen Sr. and Robert Welzen II, Wonder Lake, for $138,000. Q Residence at 1215 Wicker St., Woodstock, was sold by Betty Housby, Fort Walton Beach, Fla., to Lisa Sullivan, Woodstock, for $80,000. Q Residence at 1813 Sebastian Drive, Woodstock, was sold by Housing and Urban Development, Atlanta, to Rebecca Botts, Woodstock, for $190,500. Q Residence at 6925 Seminole Drive, Wonder Lake, was sold by Jon Toussaint, Wonder Lake, to Kenneth Stobe Artistic Artistry Inc., Wonder Lake, for $54,000. Q Residence at 821 Serene Trail, Woodstock, was sold by Hearthstone at Serenity

Creek Inc., Woodstock, to Richard and Karen Hattan, Woodstock, for $206,500. Q Residence at 955 West Ave., Woodstock, was sold by Jane Fyfe, Moline, to Abel and Carly Handy, Woodstock, for $175,000.


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St. Mary volunteer org welcoming new members By Jan Dovidio THE INDEPENDENT

St. Mary Catholic Church's chapter of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul is searching for new members. e local chapter of the Catholic volunteer service organization provided nearly $60,000 in financial assistance and helped almost 1,400 people during its last fiscal year, members said. Volunteers contributed 4,509 hours of service. Types of assistance include help with rent and security deposits, utilities payment, medical bills, food, clothing, transportation and more. “SVdP serves anyone in need regardless of creed, ethnic or social background, health, gender, sexual orientation or political opinions,” said Bob Hahn, secretary of St. Mary Woodstock Conference and acting president of the Northeast District of the Rockford Diocese. “We also have a furniture donation program whereby we take in gently used furniture and give it to those in need, perhaps in a new rent-subsidized apartment,” continued Hahn. Many local businesses are donors of goods or services to SVdP. ey include Woodstock Clothing Closet, Sparrow’s Nest, Woodstock Furniture, Verlo Mattress Store-McHenry, All Star Auto Service, Herff’s Auto Service, McGrath’s Auto Service, Fred’s Upholstery and Woodstock's Jewel Food Store. SVdP offers an orientation for new volunteers with an overview of the society’s history and mission. All visits to clients are done in pairs. “e primary purpose of SVdP is spiritual growth of its members through putting our faith in action,” Hahn said. “We not only provide for direct assistance, but we work toward helping those we serve make their way out of poverty toward a state of self-sufficiency.” For information, call 815-334-7711 or email SVDP@stmary-woodstock.org. e Society of St. Vincent de Paul is a worldwide Catholic organization started 170 years ago. News of recognitions, milestones and other community events can be sent to Janet Dovidio at fetjetjd@aol.com.

º;OL=VPJL»ÄUHSPZ[[VZOVV[]PKLVPU>VVKZ[VJR Keith Semple will film at Niko’s Red Mill By Stephanie Price THE INDEPENDENT

Singer Keith Semple, a finalist last fall on the “e Voice” television show, will be filming the main portions of a music video at Niko’s Red Mill Tavern in Woodstock this weekend. Semple and his band by the same name will be filming the video for his upcoming single, “Taking My Chances on Tennessee” from 1 to 6 p.m. Sunday, July 24, at Niko’s, 1040 Lake Ave. Semple chose the local bar and restaurant as the setting for the music video because the stage and its surroundings have a Tennessee feel, he said. “It looks like Tennessee,” said Semple, who is known for his rock music. “Niko’s outdoor stage is the perfect setting for the video. ‘Taking My Chances on Tennessee is a country crossover song and has a cool, country vibe.” e concept of the video is about an outdoor tailgating party in Tennessee. Semple’s fans and anyone wanting to be a part of the video are invited to attend. And, anyone owning

a motorcycle is encouraged to attend, as the directors want to feature the bikes in the video. Attendees are also invited to wear their Semple T-shirts, if they have them, and take selfies with their cell phones, which could be used in the final cut of the video. “e filming will take place intermittently between 1 and 6 p.m. around our multiple sets as well as several sets by Mallory Lennon and the Sykadelix,” Semple said on his Facebook invitation page for the event. “You’ll get to experience the behind-the-scenes happenings of filming a music video and be in it as a member of the audience.” By showing up to the video shoot, concert-goers are consenting to be featured in the final cut of the music video. Individuals who choose to submit a selfie picture or video will be consenting to allow producers to use their product, Semple said. Semple, who hails from Northern Ireland and was a member of the Chicago-area band 7th Heaven for seven years, has been dabbling in the country-rock mixture of music lately. His most recent single, “Anytime, Anywhere,” climbed to the Top 40 on iTunes’ country album chart and was

on the Midwest Billboard’s Top 10 chart, he said. e new song and video won’t be released until August or later this fall, he said. e singer was among the top 20 finalists on e Voice, which aired from September to December 2015. He was one of the last five remaining contestants on Team Adam (Levine). Prior to appearing on the show, he won a golden ticket during tryouts for “American Idol”, but his ticket was later revoked because his United States residency wasn’t established, as the shows’ rules require. In 2002, he won the “Pop Stars: e Rivals” talent contest held in the United Kingdom as a member of the group One True Voice. In 2006, he was invited to join 7th Heaven as its lead singer. Semple, who resides in Naperville with his wife, Lanette, and two daughters, has been taking advantage of his recent fame from e Voice and has been performing extensively throughout the Chicago area. More information about the video shooting and other upcoming shows can be found on his Facebook page titled Keith Semple and at SempleMusic.com.

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Bill Staines, winner of the Woodstock Folk Festival’s Performance and Lifetime Achievement Award, performs during the festival July 17. It was :[HPULZ»ÄYZ[ performance at the event. The 31st annual Woodstock Folk Festival on the Square also featured other acts, including Hounds of Finn, Small Potatoes, Tret Fure, Reverend Robert B. Jones, Heather Pierson Acoustic Trio, Woody Pines and Villa Palagonia.


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The sun sets behind the 17th annual Gavers Barndance July 16 at Emricson Park. The fundraiser, which featured a surprise performance by BoDeans, raises money for cancer education, research and awareness. More than 2,500 attended.

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specialcensus.html. Paper copies of the documents also can be picked up and dropped off or mailed to City Hall, Human The U.S. Census Bureau will soon be Resources Department, 121 W. Calhoun conducting a Special Census in Woodstock St., Woodstock, IL 60098. Applicants wishing to submit scanned at the request of the city. Local residents HYL ULLKLK [V ^VYR HZ VMÄJL JSLYRZ LU\- and signed copies of applications elecTLYH[VYZ HUK JYL^ SLHKLYZ 6MÄJL JSLYRZ tronically may do so by emailing them to will be paid $11.99 per hour and will per- dschober@woodstockil.gov. For information, call Deb Schober, the form clerical work in the Woodstock census city of Woodstock's human resources direcVMÄJLSVJH[PVU Enumerators will be paid $14.99 per tor, at 815-338-1172 or email dschober@ hour plus mileage, and will visit households woodstockil.gov. and collect a few facts about each resident such as name, age and relationship to the householder. Crew leaders are paid $16.49 per hour plus mileage and serve as leaders to others in the process. The U.S. Census Bureau is seeking approximately 45 applicants for clerk, crew leader and The First United Methodist Church of enumerators. Woodstock, 201 W. South St., will host Interested applicants should review vacation Bible school from 9 to 11:30 a.m., the job description fact sheet for eligibil- Monday to Friday, Aug. 8 to 12. ity requirements and submit the job appliThe program will be SonQuest Rainforcation to Woodstock City Hall no later LZ[MVYJOPSKYLUHNLZ[OYV\NOÄM[O°NYHKL than Friday, July 29. The job description For information or to download a registrafact sheet and job application is avail- tion form, visit fumcwoodstock.org or call able at census.gov/programs-surveys/ 815-338-3310.

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are a bit older than age 18. Some families have a trustee manage the inheritance forever – to avoid its loss during a child’s divorce or other ďŹ nancial downturn. Certainly it is wise to set up safeguards to make sure college costs are paid before the funds are used for a less important reason. Delayed distribution instructions are made in a trust. Q Avoidance of guardianship. Like a probate proceeding at death, a guardianship proceeding is critically important for some individuals who become disabled, to make sure that ďŹ nancial and health care decisions are made in the disabled person’s best interests. A court guardianship proceeding, though, does have costs and time requirements associated with it. In many cases of disability, a guardianship can be avoided if the person had previously executed powers of attorney for health care and property. ose POAs name an agent to make decisions when the principal no longer can do so, saving critical time and money. Q Digital assets. After a death, families’ efforts to administer a

loved one’s estate are made so much more complicated if there was no plan to transfer information on management of digital assets, including user names, passwords, and granting a person authority to handle these matters. In summary, estate planning is an important matter for all individuals with assets or children, and that includes most of us. Consider marking it a little more urgent on your to-do list. Your loved ones will certainly appreciate the effort! Patricia C. Kraft, attorney at law, has more than 20 years of experience in general practice, including estate and succession planning. Note: This column provides general information related to the law designed to help readers understand their own legal needs. This column does not provide legal advice. Please consult a lawyer if you want legal advice. No attorney-client or confidential relationship exists or will be formed between the reader and the author of this column. Previous columns can be seen in the author’s blog at www.patriciakraftlaw.com.

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assets are distributed half to the surviving spouse and half to the children. (At a person’s death, assets owned by him, in only his name, with no joint ten- Patricia C. ant and no beneďŹ - Kraft ciary, are generally Estate Planning probate assets.) +LT`Z[PĂ„LK Most families do not choose to distribute assets in this way. Most estate plans give the entire estate to the spouse and let the spouse care for the children. Taking away half of the estate could be a ďŹ nancial burden to many surviving spouses. Q Probate. Although probate plays some important roles when it is needed, many families can effectively avoid probate with planning and, thus, avoid the cost and time associated with it. Also, a will can waive surety on the executor’s bond in probate, thereby saving hundreds or possibly thousands of dollars if probate becomes necessary. Probate is avoided with beneďŹ ciary designations, joint tenancy, a living trust, a transfer-on-death instrument for your residential real estate, or a combination of these methods. Q Distributions to young adults. Many families with children choose to delay distributions until children

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Many people believe estate planning is for the sick or elderly. Certainly these individuals have reason to be concerned about getting their affairs in order. But several estate planning issues are very important, no matter what your age. Maybe this is another example of the "Important vs. Urgent" debate. Estate planning is often accomplished when it has become urgent – but there are important reasons to accomplish it when you are still young and healthy. Some people simply are uncomfortable with the whole idea of estate planning, as it requires them to think about the death of loved ones. For me, that discomfort is eased when a good plan is put in place which will make life so much easier for the surviving family, especially the children, if the unexpected happens. Consider these issues: Q Guardianship. Naming a guardian for your minor child is done in your will. If you do not nominate a guardian, family members and the court system certainly will make sure a guardian is appointed for a child, but most parents are the best judges of who will parent their child most appropriately if disaster strikes and the parent is gone. Q Property distribution. e Illinois Probate Code states that when a person dies, leaving a spouse and children of any age, his probate

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The Land Conservancy of McHenry County will host a free seminar for landowners interested in preserving their land from 10 a.m. to noon Wednesday, July 27, at Soulful Prairies, 4706 Alden Road. Legal, land valuation and tax experts will speak about the ways the landowners can preserve the land they love while continuing to own and use it as they always have. Landowners who have worked with TLC will be on hand to discuss their experiences HUK [OL ILULÄ[Z [OL` OH]L YLHSPaLK 7V[LU[PHS[H_HUKLZ[H[LWSHUUPUNILULÄ[Z^PSSIL explained and questions answered. A sigUPÄJHU[ PUJYLHZLK PUJVTL[H_ ILULÄ[ ^HZ approved by Congress in 2015. Reservations are requested. To register, call TLC at 815-337-9502 or visit

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FLASHBACKS Q The McHenry County Board voted 16-7 against a proposed tobacco ordinance. Q City Manager Dennis Anderson announced Woodstockâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s environmental enhancement commission would recommend an amendment to the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s weed control ordinance in order to permit natural landscape areas. Q Shawna Lake, concert oboe soloist, performed at the last concert of the Woodstock City Bandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 108th season on the Woodstock Square.

15 years ago Q The McHenry County Retired Teachers Association awarded two $1,000 scholarships to McHenry County students planning to be teachers: Amanda Maguire, Harvard High School, and Sara Walkington, Woodstock. Q Gov. George Ryan appeared at May Chesak Elementary School, Huntley, to sign into law Illinois House Bill 3050, an act making changes in support levels and methods for state aid to education. Q The Woodstock High School Class of 1966 held its 35th reunion in the courtroom of the Old Courthouse on the Woodstock Square.

10 years ago Q Longtime Independent correspondent Don Peasley was named Outstanding Citizen of the Year by the Woodstock Lions Club. Q Ryan Freeman, 18-year-old balloon animal-maker extraordinaire, was spotted entertaining crowds at Emricson Parkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;Movies in the Parkâ&#x20AC;? screening. He would later become the artist currently known as RC Juggles. Q â&#x20AC;&#x153;Pirates of the Caribbean: DeadManâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Chest,â&#x20AC;? the second installment of Disneyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;Piratesâ&#x20AC;? franchise, played at the Woodstock Theatre. Q Dennis Smith, recently retired executive

Q The Woodstock Mozart Festival celebrated its 25th anniversary at the Woodstock Opera House. Q The United Way of Greater McHenry County exceeded its annual campaign goal for 2011-12, crushing the $1.6 million mark ZL[I`[OLVYNHUPaH[PVU;OLUVUWYVĂ&#x201E;[YHPZLK $1.7 million, a 10 percent increase over the previous year. About $1.15 million is allocated to 24 agencies that provide 48 human service programs in McHenry County. Q7SHZ[PJK\JRZJYVZZLK[OLĂ&#x201E;UPZOSPULH[[OL annual Hospice & Palliative Care of Northeastern Illinois duck races and pool party which took place at Woodstock Water Works, 1313 Kishwaukee Valley Road. Q The city of Woodstock and Woodstock :JOVVS +PZ[YPJ[  Ă&#x201E;UHSPaLK HU HNYLLTLU[ MVY [OL OPNO ZJOVVS WVSPJL SPHPZVU VMĂ&#x201E;JLY MVY [OL  ZJOVVS `LHY ;OL SPHPZVU VMĂ&#x201E;cer, Jeremy Mortimer, split his time between Woodstock High School and Woodstock North High School.

1 year ago Q Heavy rains stranded motorists and shut down Highway 14 in Woodstock near Centegra Hospital for several hours. The National Weather Service-Chicago posted a 24-hour rainfall total of 3.13 inches. Q(YHPU`Z\TTLYZLHZVUWYV]LKILULĂ&#x201E;JPHS for lawn-mowing enthusiasts. A wetter than average June followed by above-average July rainfall totals helped grass grow. Q Local tech company WavTeck Technology Systems, 113 E. Van Buren St., left the Woodstock Square for Crystal Lake, but its owners said they would try to preserve the free Wi-Fi the company offered to Square visitors for years. Owner Erich Kraemer said the business was growing and needed a larger facility to do cloud-based services.

ŕ Ž*OYPZ[PHULK\JH[PVU HT:\UKH` ŕ Ž7YH`LYWT;\LZKH`HUK;O\YZKH` Q RESURRECTION CATHOLIC 2918 S. Country Club Road 815-338-7330 Worship: 8 and 10:30 a.m. Sunday; 5 p.m. Saturday; 8 a.m. weekdays Q ST. ANNâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S EPISCOPAL >1HJRZVU:[ŕ Ž  Worship: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Q ST. JOHNâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S LUTHERAN :[1VOUÂťZ9VHKŕ Ž  Worship: 6 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m. Sunday ŕ Ž:\UKH`ZJOVVS!HT Q ST. MARY CATHOLIC 5;Y`VU:[ŕ Ž Worship: 7:30 a.m. Monday through Saturday; 5 and 6:30 p.m. (Spanish) Saturday; 7:30, 9 and 10:30 a.m., noon (Spanish), 5 p.m. Sunday Q THE BRIDGE CHRISTIAN )YPKNL3HULŕ Ž  Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday Q THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS /HY[SHUK9VHKŕ Ž Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday Q THE VINE 54HKPZVU:[ŕ Ž Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday Q UNITY SPIRITUAL CENTER >*HSOV\U:[ŕ Ž Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday ŕ Ž@V\[O,K\JH[PVU!HT:\UKH` ŕ Ž4PUKZOPM[LYZ!WT;\LZKH` Q WOODSTOCK ASSEMBLY OF GOD +LHU:[ŕ Ž Worship: 9 a.m. Sunday prayer service, 10 a.m. worship service ŕ Ž(^HUH*S\IZ![V!WT Wednesday Q WOODSTOCK BIBLE ,2PTIHSS(]Lŕ Ž Worship: 10:00 a.m. Sunday ŕ Ž:\UKH`ZJOVVS!!HT`LHYZ [OYV\NOĂ&#x201E;M[ONYHKL ŕ Ž)9,(+TPUPZ[Y`!HT[V! p.m. Sunday Q DOXA FELLOWSHIP  5:LTPUHY`(]Lŕ Ž   Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday

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Q The fast food restaurant Hardeeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s closed in Woodstock after 12 years of business. Q Jane Dahm, Woodstock, retired after a 23-year career as an instructional aide in Woodstock School District 200. Q Dallas Larson, 53, was chosen to serve as executive director of Woodstock Christian Care, succeeding John Rice.

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Q BLUE LOTUS TEMPLE & MEDITATION CENTER +LHU:[ŕ Ž Meditation: 10 a.m. Tuesday, Saturday; 7 p.m. Monday, Wednesday Q CHRIST LIFE >1HJRZVU:[ŕ Ž  Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday ŕ Ž:LUPVY@V\[O.YV\W!WT Thursday Q EDEN BAPTIST  5:LTPUHY`(]Lŕ Ž Worship: 3 p.m. Sunday (Spanish) Q FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST >:V\[O:[ŕ Ž Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday ŕ Ž,K\JH[PVUOV\YHT Q FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 59V\[Lŕ Ž Worship: 9 a.m. Sunday Q FIRST UNITED METHODIST >:V\[O:[ŕ Ž Worship: 9:30 a.m. Sunday ŕ Ž:\UKH`ZJOVVS !HT Q FREE METHODIST 5:LTPUHY`(]Lŕ Ž Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday ŕ Ž*OYPZ[PHULK\JH[PVU !HT:\UKH` Q GRACE FELLOWSHIP *HPYUZ*V\Y[ŕ Ž Worship: 10:15 a.m. Sunday ŕ Ž(^HUH*S\IZ![V!WT Wednesday Q GRACE LUTHERAN 1300 Kishwaukee Valley Road 815-338-0554 Worship: 5 p.m. Saturday (casual); 8:30 a.m. (traditional), 10 a.m. (contemporary) Q HERITAGE BAPTIST 4609 Greenwood Road 76)V_ŕ Ž  Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday ŕ Ž:\UKH`ZJOVVS HT Q MCHENRY COUNTY JEWISH CONGREGATION 9PKNLĂ&#x201E;LSK9VHK*Y`Z[HS3HRL 815-455-1810 >VYZOPW!!WT-YPKH`Í&#x201E; !Í&#x201E;HT Saturday Q REDEEMER LUTHERAN +LHU:[ŕ Ž  Worship: 8 and 10 a.m. Sunday

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director of the McHenry County Mental /LHS[O)VHYK^HZUHTLK[OLĂ&#x201E;YZ[YLJPWPLU[ of the Dennis Smith Lifetime Achievement Award at a special awards meeting of the National Alliance on Mental Illness McHenry County support group. Q Matthew and Sarah Thurow celebrated the 10th anniversary of their salon, Hair Directors, on the Woodstock Square.

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once tested her sanity, Rebecca works to unlock the truth behind the terror, which brings her face to face with an entity that has an attachment to their mother, Sophie. Directed by David E. Sandberg. Stars Tessa Palmer and Gabriel Bateman. PG-13, 81 MINUTES

‘ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS: ROAD CHIP’ ‘NERVE’

10 a.m. Wednesday, July 20

‘SPACE JAM’ 10 a.m. Wednesday, July 27

‘STAR TREK BEYOND’ The USS Enterprise crew explores the furthest reaches of uncharted space, where they encounter a new ruthless enemy who puts them and everything the Federation stands for to the test. Directed by Justin Lin. Stars Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto. PG-13, 120 MINUTES

‘ICE AGE: COLLISION COURSE’ Manny, Diego and Sid join up with Buck to fend off a meteor strike that would destroy the world. Directed by Galen Chu and Mike Thurmeier. Stars Stephanie Beatriz and Robert Cardone. PG, 94 MINUTES

‘LIGHTS OUT’ When her little brother, Martin, experiences the same events that

calendar 21 THURSDAY SENIOR EXERCISE CLASS Dorr Township 1039 Lake Ave. 9 a.m. $10 monthly exercise class fee, $2 lunch 815-344-3555 Senior citizens are invited to exercise, followed by coffee, program, lunch and bingo.

(OPNOZJOVVSZLUPVYÄUKZOLYZLSMPTTLYZLKPUHUVUSPULNHTLVM truth or dare, where her every move starts to become manipulated by an anonymous community of “watchers.” Directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman. Stars Emma Roberts and Dave Franco. PG-13, 96 MINUTES

‘THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS’ A terrier named Max’s quiet life is upended when his owner takes in Duke, a stray whom Max instantly dislikes. Directed by Yarrow Cheney and Chris Renaud. Stars Louis C.K. and Kevin Hart. PG, 87 MINUTES

‘GHOSTBUSTERS’ 30 years after Ghostbusters took the world by storm, the beloved franchise makes its long-awaited return. Directed by Paul Feig. Stars Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig and Kate McKinnon. PG-13, 116 MINUTES Please see Entertainment, Page 23

Club will be held.

22 FRIDAY COMMUNITY DRUM CIRCLE Potts & Pans Building 1039 Wanda Lane 7:30 p.m. $10 suggested donation 815-814-8360 Attendees can participate with group drumming activities for celebration, recreation and stress relief. Instruments will be provided.

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KIWANIS WOODSTOCK MEETING

WOODSTOCK FARMERS MARKET

Golden Eagle Bank 975 Country Club Road Noon to 1 p.m. An open meeting of the Kiwanis

Woodstock Square 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The market will feature a variety of food and craft items produced

directly by the vendors.

GARDEN RAILROAD VISIT Addresses available at Woodstock Public Library 2 to 4 p.m. 815-338-0542 Various garden railroads throughout the community will be open for viewing and scavenger hunts.

25 MONDAY GROWN-UP COLORING Woodstock Public Library 414 Judd St. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Adults can stop by to color, a calming art therapy.

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WOODSTOCK FARMERS MARKET Woodstock Square 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. See July 23.

27 WEDNESDAY PRESERVING YOUR LAND SEMINAR Soulful Prairies 4706 Alden Road 10 a.m. to noon The Land Conservancy will host a free seminar about how landowners can preserve their land.

DROP-IN NATURE HIKE FOR KIDS Boone Creek Conservation Area 916 Cold Springs Road

Bull Valley 1:30 to 3 p.m. McHenry County Conservation District will host a free guided nature hike for children ages 6 to 13.

28 THURSDAY SENIOR EXERCISE CLASS Dorr Township 1039 Lake Ave. 9 a.m. $10 monthly exercise class fee, $2 lunch See July 21.

30 SATURDAY WOODSTOCK FARMERS Please see Calendar, Page 23


‘LEGEND OF TARZAN’

LIVE MUSIC AT EXPRESSLY LESLIE’S

Tarzan is called back to his former home in the jungle to investigate the activities at a mining encampment. Directed by David Yates. Stars Margot Robbie and Alexander Skarsgard. PG-13, 109 MINUTES

July 22, 29, Aug. 5, 6 p.m. Woodstock Square Mall 110 Johnson St. Performers will be: July 22: Ken Johnson July 29: Pam Kaye Aug. 5: Briar Road

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MARKET Woodstock Square 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. See July 23.

31 SUNDAY BBQ DINNER/CRUISE NIGHT BENEFIT Porkies 2245 S. Eastwood Drive 2 p.m. htasinc.org $15 adult advance ticket, $20 adult at the door, $10 children age 12 and younger (ILULÄ[KPUULYHUKJY\PZLUPNO[ will be sponsored by Happy Tails Animal Sanctuary.

1 MONDAY GROWN-UP COLORING Woodstock Public Library 414 Judd St. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Adults can stop by to color, a calming art therapy.

COFFEE WITH THE CHIEF Woodstock Police Department 656 Lake Ave. 7 p.m. *OPLM3PLI^PSSOVZ[OPZÄYZ[JVMMLL with the chief.

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Woodstock Square 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. See July 23.

NATIONAL NIGHT OUT Harrison Benwell Conservation Area 7055 McCullom Lake Road Wonder Lake 5 to 7:30 p.m. McHenry County Conservation District, McHenry County Sheriff’s 6MÄJLHUK[OL^VUKLY3HRL-PYL Departments will join in promoting crime prevention and safety programs.

WOODSTOCK CITY COUNCIL MEETING City Hall 121 W. Calhoun St. 7 p.m.

3 WEDNESDAY MCHENRY COUNTY FAIR McHenry County Fairgrounds 11900 Country Club Road 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

4 THURSDAY SENIOR EXERCISE CLASS Dorr Township 1039 Lake Ave. 9 a.m. $10 monthly exercise class fee, $2 lunch See July 21.

MCHENRY COUNTY FAIR McHenry County Fairgrounds 11900 Country Club Road 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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SHINE WITH THE NIGHTINGALES July 23, 7 p.m. Christ the King Church 5006 E. Wonder Lake Road

MCHENRY COUNTY FAIR McHenry County Fairgrounds 11900 Country Club Road 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

MOVIES IN THE PARK Emricson Park 1313 Kishwaukee Valley Road Dusk, approximately 8:30 p.m. The movie “Surf’s Up” will be shown. R.C. Juggles will provide pre-movie fun.

6 SATURDAY WOODSTOCK FARMERS MARKET Woodstock Square 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. See July 23.

COMMUNITY CLEAN UP DAY Matrix 4 610 E. Judd St. 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Woodstock Chamber of Commerce and city of Woodstock will sponsor a community clean-up day.

RYDER’S WOODS HIKE 750 E. Kimball Ave. 9 to 10 a.m. A representative of The Land Conservancy of McHenry County will lead an educational hike through the woods.

DAR GENEALOGY WORKSHOP Woodstock Public Library 414 W. Judd St. 10 a.m. to noon 815-338-0542

July 24, 1 p.m. Niko’s Red Mill Tavern 1040 Lake Ave. Keith Semple, nationally known competitor on “The Voice,” will be ÄSTPUNHT\ZPJ]PKLVPUMYVU[VMH live audience.

LAURA RAIN & THE CAESARS July 30, 8 p.m. Woodstock Opera House 121 Van Buren St. $20 Volunteer genealogists from the Kishwaukee Trail Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, will help people trace their American ancestors.

MCHENRY COUNTY FAIR McHenry County Fairgrounds 11900 Country Club Road 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

7 SUNDAY WE.CAN.TRI TRIATHLON Emricson Park 1313 Kishwaukee Valley Road 7 a.m. 815-338-4363 The Woodstock Recreation Department will host an adult and children’s triathlon. Registration is available online at signmeup.com.

MCHENRY COUNTY FAIR McHenry County Fairgrounds 11900 Country Club Road 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

8 MONDAY GROWN-UP COLORING Woodstock Public Library 414 Judd St. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Adults can stop by to color, a calming art therapy.

THEATER ‘JAMES AND GIANT PEACH’ July 22, 2 p.m. library program, 7 p.m. WCST fundraiser July 23, 2 and 7 p.m. July 24, 3 p.m Woodstock Opera House 121 Van Buren St. $10 regular admission, $6 library program WCST Fundraiser dinner $20 adults, $15 students 815-338-5300 Woodstock Children’s Summer Theatre will present the story of an orphan boy who is given magic crystals. caring for a spouse.

MCHENRY COUNTY HORSE CLUB MEETING Hooved Animal Humane Society 10804 McConnell Road 7 p.m. 847-366-1315 The general meeting of the club is open to everyone. Meetings will have various speakers and exhibits.

9 TUESDAY WOODSTOCK FARMERS MARKET Woodstock Square 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. See July 23.

ALZHEIMER’S DEMENTIA SUPPORT GROUP Valley Hi Nursing Home 2406 Hartland Road 6 p.m. 815-334-2817 A monthly meeting will offer support for caregivers of individuals with Alzheimer’s and dementia.

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WOODSTOCK LIONS CLUB SPOUSAL CAREGIVER SUP- MEETING Main Street PourHouse PORT GROUP Family Alliance 2028 N. Seminary Ave. 10:30 a.m. to noon 815-338-3590 An open support group meeting will be offered for individuals

214 Main St. 6:30 p.m. 815-236-4759 The meeting is open to the public. Prospective members are welcome.

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July 20, 27, 7:30 p.m. Woodstock Square Themes for the concerts will be: July 20: “Dreams” Mr. William Simpson, guest conductor July 27: “Dance Off”

July 22, Aug. 12, 7 p.m. Stage Left Café 125 Van Buren St. $3 donation offsquaremusic.org 815-338-5164 Open Mic is sponsored by Off Square Music. Various artists will perform in 15-minute slots.

KEITH SEMPLE MUSIC VIDEO SHOOT

815-338-5300 The blues R&B band Laura Rain & The Caesars will perform.

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OPEN MIC NIGHT

July 23, 26, 30, Aug. 2, 6 Woodstock Square Free Performers will be: July 23: 9 a.m. Northwest Highway; 10:30 a.m. Big Fish July 26: 9 a.m. Judson and Judy Brown July 30: 9 a.m. Kishwaukee Ramblers Aug. 2: 9 a.m. Dan Zahn; 10:30 a.m. Mim Eichmann Aug. 6: 9 a.m. to noon Bad Penny Aug. 9: 9 a.m. to noon Kishwaukee Ramblers

Wonder Lake 7 p.m. $20 donation A fundraising concert will support the Christ the King Church renovation.

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PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO GREENWOOD TOWNSHIP TAXPAYERS: ASSESSED VALUES FOR 2016 Valuation date (35 ILCS 200/9-95): January 1, 2016 Required level of assessment (35 ILCS 200/9-145): 33.33% Valuation based on sales from (35 ILCS 200/1-155): 2013-2015 Publication is hereby made for equalized assessed valuations for real property in this township in accordance with 35 ILCS 200/12-10. As required by 35 ILCS 200/9-210 and 35 ILCS 200/10-115, the following equalization factors have been applied to bring the assessments to the statutorily required three-year median level of 33.33%: Farm Land: 1.0000 Farm Improvements: 1.0000 Non-Farm Land: 1.0676 Non-Farm Improvements: 1.0676 Questions about these valuations should be directed to: KAREN D ROTH 5211 MILLER RD, WONDER LAKE IL 60097 (815) 648-4536 N/A 6MÄJLOV\YZHYL*(33-69(77; Property in this Township, other than

farmland and coal, is to be assessed at a 33.33% median level of assessment, based on the fair cash value of the property. You may check the accuracy of your assessment by dividing your assessment by the median level of assessment. The resulting value should equal the estimated fair cash value of your property. If the resulting value is greater than the estimated fair cash value of your property, you may be over-assessed. If the resulting value is less than the fair cash value of your property, you may be under-assessed. You may appeal your assessment to the Board of Review. If you believe your property’s fair cash value is incorrect or that the equalized assessed valuation is not uniform with other comparable properties in the same neighborhood, the following steps should be taken: *VU[HJ[`V\Y[V^UZOPWHZZLZZVY»ZVMÄJL to review the assessment. 0MUV[ZH[PZÄLK^P[O[OLHZZLZZVYYL]PL^ [H_WH`LYZ TH` ÄSL HU HWWLHS ^P[O [OL McHenry County Board of Review. For appeal forms, instructions, and the Rules and Procedures of the Board of Review, call (815) 334-4290 or visit: www.co.mchenry. il.us/county-government/departments-a-i/ assessments/forms-and-rules. ;OLÄUHSÄSPUNKLHKSPULMVY`V\Y[V^UZOPW

is 30 days from this publication date. After this date, the Board of Review is prohibited by law from accepting assessment appeals for properties in this township. For more PUMVYTH[PVUVU[V^UZOPWÄSPUNKLHKSPULZJHSS (815) 334-4290 or visit: www.co.mchenry. il.us/county-government/departments-a-i/ HZZLZZTLU[Z[V^UZOPWÄSPUNKLHKSPULZ Your property may be eligible for homestead exemptions, which can reduce your property’s taxable assessment. For more information on homestead exemptions, call (815) 334-4290. Your property tax bill will be calculated as follows: Final Equalized Assessed Value – Exemptions = Taxable Assessment; Taxable Assessment x Current Tax Rate = Total Tax Bill. All equalized assessed valuations are subject to further equalization and revision by the McHenry County Board of Review as well as equalization by the Illinois Department of Revenue. Robert H. Ross, ASA, Chief County (ZZLZZTLU[ 6MÄJLY 4J/LUY` *V\U[` Illinois A list of assessment changes for this township for the current assessment year, except those assessments that were changed solely by equalization factor noted above, is as follows:

GREENWOOD 08-01-101-001 GOODMARK NURSERIES LLC 08-01-127-009 KELLEY, SUSAN M 08-01-176-002 REPKE LLOYD H ETHEL V REV TR 08-01-176-003 KEY RENTAL PROP LLC 08-01-200-006 GOODMARK NURSERIES LLC 08-01-200-015 BOOKER, STEVEN D JOANNE 08-01-200-029 LEGLER, LEO 08-01-200-031 BRZICA FARMS LLC 08-01-300-001 VENMAR PROP LLC 08-01-300-002 VENMAR PROP LLC 08-01-300-005 VENMAR PROP LLC 08-01-300-008 KEY RENTAL PROP LLC 08-01-400-001 GOODMARK NURSERIES LLC 08-01-400-002 BRZICA FARMS LLC 08-01-400-003 SMITH JANITA R TR 08-01-400-004 SMITH JANITA R TR 08-01-400-014 SF REAL ESTATE LLC 08-02-100-001 CHGO TITLE LAND TR 1065334 08-02-100-003 CHGO TITLE LAND TR 1065334 08-02-100-004 92131 LLC 08-02-200-006 DIFONZO LUIGI TR ET AL 08-02-200-007 PYTLIK, LOTTIE CHOLEWA MARIA 08-02-200-008 CZYZ, LESZEK W MARIE S 08-02-200-017 DIFONZO M TR AM TR 08-02-200-021 FINN, LUCILLE C 08-02-200-023 ABBATE, JOSEPH ROXANE 08-02-200-025 SMITH, SUZANNE F 08-02-200-029 SLIWA, KRZYSZTOF BARBARA 08-02-200-037 NOVAK, DAVID C BARBARA P 08-02-200-038 FINN, LUCILLE C 08-02-200-041 ABBATE, JOSEPH S JR ROXANE C 08-02-200-042 ABBATE, JOSEPH S JR ROXANE C 08-02-300-005 VENMAR PROP LLC 08-02-300-006 WATKINS , TIMOTHY VALERIE 08-02-300-007 WATKINS , TIMOTHY VALERIE 08-02-300-008 SCHWEDER, JOSEPH R KATHLEEN S 08-02-300-010 DIDIER DAIRY FARM TR 08-02-300-011 SAWALLISCH, DARWIN BETTY 08-02-300-012 DIDIER DAIRY FARM TR 08-02-300-013 92131 LLC 08-02-300-014 WATKINS, TIMOTHY VALERIE

08-02-400-003 08-02-400-005 08-02-400-006 08-03-100-004 08-03-100-005 08-03-100-006 08-03-100-007 08-03-100-014 08-03-100-015 08-03-100-016 08-03-100-017 08-03-200-004 08-03-200-005 08-03-200-006 08-03-200-007 08-03-200-008 08-03-200-010 08-03-200-011 08-03-200-013 08-03-200-020 08-03-200-021 08-03-200-022 08-03-200-023 08-03-200-025 08-03-200-026 08-03-200-027 08-03-200-028 08-03-300-005 08-03-300-006 08-03-300-007 08-03-400-003 08-03-400-008 08-03-400-012 08-03-400-013 08-03-400-014 08-03-400-015 08-04-100-001 08-04-100-002 08-04-100-004 08-04-100-005 08-04-100-006 08-04-100-007

08-04-200-003 08-04-200-004 08-04-200-005 08-04-200-006 08-04-200-007 08-04-200-009 08-04-300-003 08-04-400-002 08-04-400-003 08-04-400-004 08-04-400-005 08-04-400-009 08-04-400-010 08-04-400-012 08-04-400-013 08-04-400-014 08-04-400-016 08-04-400-018 08-05-100-003 08-05-100-004 08-05-100-005 08-05-100-006 08-05-100-007 08-05-100-008 08-05-200-002 08-05-200-005 08-05-200-006 08-05-200-007 08-05-300-002 08-05-300-003 08-05-300-005 08-05-300-006 08-05-300-007 08-05-300-008 08-05-400-003 08-05-400-005 08-05-400-007 08-05-400-008 08-05-400-009 08-05-400-010 08-06-100-001 08-06-100-002

TWP 90,596 72,478 59,349 7,736 66,281 88,038 43,719 4,460 4,349 10,500 7,160 10,333 16,306 9,258 104,537 222 142,717 83,078 1,653 11,464 1,666 1,727 77,719 1,515 119,451 1,451 40,550 1,806 55,761 1,859 89,721 395 67,111 487 1,199 67,678 8,161 34,616 7,329 15,387 74,061

DIDIER DAIRY FARM TR DIDIER DAIRY FARM TR DIDIER DAIRY FARM TR DAHM CHRISTOPHER G TR DAHM CHRISTOPHER G TR DAHM CHRISTOPHER G TR GOERNER ANDERSON FAM LP PERRICONE PROPERTIES LLC DAHM ELLEN TR GOERNER ANDERSON FAM LP DAHM CHRISTOPHER G TR GOERNER ANDERSON FAM LP GOERNER ANDERSON FAM LP DAHM CHRISTOPHER G TR DAHM CHRISTOPHER G TR DAHM CHRISTOPHER G TR MONDROSKI, GREGORY A BETTY L MONDROSKI, GREGORY A BETTY L MONDROSKI, GREGORY A BETTY L DAHM CHRISTOPHER G TR DAHM ELLEN TR DAHM CHRISTOPHER G TR DAHM CHRISTOPHER G TR MONDROSKI, GREGORY A BETTY L MONDROSKI, GREGORY A BETTY L GOERNER ANDERSON FAM LP DAHM CHRISTOPHER G TR MEYER, VERN WYNAT NEEDLE LEAVES PRTNSHP HANSEN THOMAS R DECL OF TR MEYER, VERN CRABTREE FAM LTD PRTNRSHP DAHM, GEORGE A JANE A DAHM, GEORGE A JANE A DAHM ELLEN TR DAHM ELLEN TR BIGELOW, JAMES M SCHAID VERA J RES TR NORMAN WDSTK 1ST NATL BK TR 1589 WDSTK 1ST NATL BK TR 1588 WDSTK 1ST NATL BK TR 1589 AMCORE INVSTMNT GRP NA 3697

2,786 68,003 5,989 1,151 929 890 1,134 7,460 11,240 1,333 3,814 1,073 669 796 384 327 232 156,274 795 6,882 72,724 6,838 341 334 1,004 1,345 2,107 993 96,511 23,569 86,950 23,719 61,607 9 8,263 47 14,203 9,955 615 653 935 48,328

WDSTK 1ST NATL BK TR 1588 WDSTK 1ST NATL BK TR 1589 WDSTK 1ST NATL BK TR 1588 WDSTK 1ST NATL BK 1590 AMCORE INVSTMNT GRP NA 3697 PERRICONE PROP LLC CHGO TITLE LAND TR CO 1108950 PARKWAY BANK TR CO TR 7192 GRECO FAM TR BENSON, LEONARD W LYNNE D BENSON, LEONARD W LYNNE D NIEDER, STANLEY A JR MARY A YAKUM, STEPHANIE S BROUGHTON, GORDON R JEANETTE SCHWAN, KATHLEEN A TIM NIEDER, STANLEY A MARY SHAW, JEREMY W KARI L ET AL SHAW, LLOYD SUE SCHAID VERA J RES TR NORMAN BEARD CR PC TR BEARD, CR PC TR BEARD, DAVID R PAMELA J BEARD CHARLES R TR ET AL PERRICONE PROP LLC BIGELOW, JAMES M SCHAID VERA J RES TR NORMAN PERRICONE PROP LLC OPENLANDS FARMLAND RESERVE INC W GRANT DEVELOP INC W GRANT DEVELOP INC HANSEN TR LS TR HANSEN LINDA S DECL OF TR W GRANT DEVELOP INC HANSEN LINDA S DECL OF TR FARMLAND RESERVE INC KORDOPITOULAS GK REV TR SHAW, LLOYD M HANSEN LINDA S DECL OF TR W GRANT DEVELOP INC JCC REALTY LLC JCC REALTY LLC

1,718 1,003 1,435 1,154 15,734 19,814 89,096 53,547 4,845 75,240 1,152 73,094 3,463 56,396 90,608 48 5,800 96,431 14,705 79,867 27,306 51,028 6,025 8,564 4,561 59,093 64,804 3,473 14,232 607 13,867 11,760 16,188 993 9,131 10,913 65,027 1,351 93,060 941 20,316 19,497


WONDER LK ACQUISTIONS LLC WONDER LK ACQUISTIONS LLC WONDER LK ACQUISTIONS LLC EDDY, AARON CLAYTON JESSICA L WONDER LK ACQUISITION LLC WONDER LK ACQUISITION LLC WONDER LK ACQUISITION LLC WONDER LK ACQUISITION LLC WINGS, MATTHEW JEAN S FAJARDO , MARCELINO JR ET AL WDSTK ST BK TR 3959 WDSTK ST BK TR 3959 WDSTK ST BK TR 2719 SLOANE PROP LLC KURCHINA WAYNE JOANNE LIV TR HAHN, STEVEN D VICKI E HOFFMAN, KENNETH W SARELAS, STEVEN SANDRA MASHEIMER SM, CAMPBELL AM HUGHES, UWE NOSKOWICZ, STEPHEN H HELEN GEHRKE, LAURA BROWN, COYA ALTERGOTT BONNIE TR DODARO, HILARY S GREB, JUSTIN C KOPACZ R, DEMAKIS M FARRUGGIA, TERRY ANGELA J BERRY, JAMES WOLD, THOMAS LAURA VMK PROP LLC WALLACE, TIMOTHY A ANNE S STARKEY, LISA A RONNIE M JENSEN, ERIC MLP LLC BORTA J, BUTTERFIELD DK KLEVEN, PAUL MARY PRICE, JAMES KEY RENTAL PROP LLC BORTA, JOHN A TRACY C KEY RENTAL PROP LLC KIEFER, MICHAEL KATHERINE J KEIFER JACK W DECL OF TR HAIMBAUGH DAVID W LYNDA S TR HAIMBAUGH DAVID W LYNDA S TR HAIMBAUGH DAVID W LYNDA S TR WESTER, GAYLEN HAIMBAUGH DAVID W LYNDA S TR KEIFER JACK W DECL OF TR SOWINSKI, GEORGE JUDITH SOWINSKI, GEORGE JUDITH JOHNSON, CHET E JR ROSEMARY L DELGADO, MARCELO NIESPODZIANSKI, JOSEPH F RICO, VICTOR DYCUS, DAN SARAH JORDAN, ADAM NICOLE HUBERT, HEIDI L VAN FLEET, JOHN PAMELA CHOVANEC, DAVID J KRYSIAK ROBERT, QUICK AMANDA AAVANG DA DMD100 TR ET AL AAVANG RD LB TR AAVANG RD LB TR AAVANG RD LB TR LOHMEYER JODI L TR LIND HELEN S DECL OF TR LOHMEYER JODI L TR GS THIRD GEN LLC GS THIRD GEN LLC AAVANG, GARY J HOFFMAN, GEORGE S HOFFMAN, GEORGE S HOFFMAN, GEORGE S HOFFMAN, GEORGE S HOFFMAN, GEORGE S HOFFMAN, GEORGE S HOFFMAN, GEORGE S HOFFMAN, GEORGE S HOFFMAN, GEORGE S HOFFMAN, GEORGE S LOHMEYER JODI L TR AAVANG, GARY J CRUZ DAVID O, CARBAJAL DORA ADAMS, THOMAS C DAGLEY LINDA AAVANG DAVID L TR CRYSTAL SPRINGS LLC HANSEN, TOM MCHENR CO CONSERV DIST

641 641 641 53,484 641 641 641 641 42,734 47,905 80,814 469 19,909 341 28,466 51,995 42,700 32,394 42,646 49,816 62,685 44,876 21,352 67,194 24,681 42,704 32,024 62,950 21,517 73,751 21,352 33,966 38,619 36,589 21,663 41,767 34,527 20,638 121,359 74,337 145,315 70,863 77,837 122 100 67,226 73,162 12,083 25,476 64,919 777 54,414 43,129 64,036 44,138 52,315 53,855 37,793 42,365 37,234 45,327 17,690 7,879 8,537 78,969 10,034 38,225 7,211 11,206 6,410 7,129 1,439 1,449 1,121 1,268 1,461 1,566 1,349 1,479 1,049 1,336 78,320 5,045 55,177 117,346 7,083 7,496 79,242 613

08-16-200-005 08-16-200-006 08-16-200-007 08-16-300-001 08-16-300-002 08-16-300-003 08-16-300-004 08-16-300-005 08-16-300-007 08-16-400-001 08-16-400-002 08-16-400-007 08-16-400-008 08-16-400-010 08-16-400-011 08-16-400-012 08-16-400-019 08-16-400-020 08-17-151-004 08-17-176-002 08-17-177-005 08-17-200-006 08-17-200-008 08-17-200-013 08-17-300-010 08-17-300-012 08-17-400-001 08-17-400-006 08-17-400-011 08-17-400-012 08-18-100-005 08-18-100-006 08-18-100-012 08-18-100-014 08-18-100-016 08-18-100-018 08-18-200-001 08-18-200-007 08-18-200-008 08-18-200-009 08-18-200-010 08-18-300-001 08-18-300-002 08-18-300-003 08-18-300-004 08-18-400-004 08-18-400-005 08-19-100-001 08-19-100-002 08-19-100-003 08-19-200-001 08-19-200-004 08-19-200-005 08-19-200-008 08-19-200-017 08-19-200-019 08-19-200-020 08-19-300-001 08-19-300-003 08-19-300-004 08-19-401-001 08-19-401-002 08-19-402-007 08-19-402-008 08-19-402-010 08-19-426-002 08-19-476-001 08-19-476-011 08-19-476-013 08-19-476-014 08-19-476-016 08-19-476-018 08-19-476-019 08-19-476-020 08-20-100-002 08-20-100-004 08-20-100-006 08-20-100-007 08-20-200-002 08-20-200-003 08-20-200-004 08-20-200-005 08-20-300-003 08-20-300-009 08-20-300-011 08-20-300-012 08-20-300-013 08-20-300-014 08-20-300-018

EIEIO LLC AAVANG DAVID L TR AAVANG DAVID L TR CRYSTAL SPRINGS LLC OTREBLA PROP LLC CRYSTAL SPRINGS LLC NUSBAUM, THOMAS E MANKE RD CA TR 101 MANKE RD CA TR 101 NUSBAUM, THOMAS E NUSBAUM, THOMAS E HOFFMAN, GEORGE S HOFFMAN, GEORGE S HOFFMAN, GEORGE S HOFFMAN, GEORGE S HOFFMAN, GEORGE S CRYSTAL SPRINGS LLC WATKINS, ADAM T REBECCA J CORREA PS VR, RAMAS GG MLG CORREA PS VR, RAMAS GG MLG MIZERA, RICHARD F CHRISTINE B CRYSTAL SPRINGS LLC WILBRANDT, DOUGLAS TINA PAPANEK, MARTIN E JOANNE H HUSSMAN JULIA REV DECL OF TR LALOR DJ JM DECL OF TR WILBRANDT, DOUGLAS A OTREBLA PROP LLC CRYSTAL SPRINGS LLC OTREBLA PROP LLC CONCORDE COUNTRY MANOR INC CONCORDE COUNTRY MANOR INC CONCORDE COUNTRY MANOR INC KNAACK, RONALD A BEATRICE KNAACK, RONALD A BEATRICE WATKINS, CASEY CONCORDE COUNTRY MANOR INC CONCORDE COUNTRY MANOR INC CONCORDE COUNTRY MANOR INC CONCORDE COUNTRY MANOR INC CONCORDE COUNTRY MANOR INC CONCORDE COUNTRY MANOR INC CONCORDE COUNTRY MANOR INC CONCORDE COUNTRY MANOR INC MAYNARD JOYCE L TRS REV TR CONCORDE COUNTRY MANOR INC FOSTER BL, MAY BJ CONCORDE COUNTRY MANOR INC CONCORDE COUNTRY MANOR INC MAYNARD JOYCE L TRS REV TR MAYNARD JOYCE L DECL OF TR ALMASSIAN, STELLA M ZADOROZNY, JOHN GEORGE STOERP, ROGER G SUSAN K HABERSTROH HELEN B FAM B TR KOEPKE, DANIEL V VALERI J MANKE, TODD MELISSA CONCORDE COUNTRY MANOR INC CONCORDE COUNTRY MANOR INC CONCORDE COUNTRY MANOR INC SKRZYPCZAK FAM TR SATTAR, ASIA G GHOUS M NELLIGAN, MAURICE BRIDIE HAEDIKE, EDWARD W JR MARTIN, ERICK ERICA FOSTER, BRYAN D JOLYNN K GAVERS, ROBERT LUCILLE CONCORDE COUNTRY MANOR INC OTEMAN, ANDREW CANDICE OTEMAN, ANDREW CANDICE RIETESEL, BYRON TR ET AL OTEMAN, ANDREW CANDICE GAVERS, ROBERT L LUCILLE A GAVERS, LUCILLE HUSSMAN JULIA REV DECL OF TR ALBERS, EARL GAIL M MYKYTIUK WILLIAM V LIV TR HABERSTROH HELEN B FAM B TR WISNIEWSKI, LR JT KNCH PROP LLC KNCH PROP LLC HARVARD ST BK TR 799 OTEMAN, ANDREW CANDICE NELLIGAN, MAURICE BIRDIE HAWKINS ETHEL MAE TR 13 HAWKINS ETHEL MAE TR 13 CHARLES RD PROP LLC SABLE POINT LP CORTLAND FARMS LLC

14,030 27,068 72,394 9,566 16,313 4,684 3,644 3,110 15,040 8,117 55,963 2,204 1,917 1,464 1,487 1,215 11,619 36,650 8,917 797 709 3,796 82,557 103,280 24,728 11,572 69,248 347 7,796 10,385 3,438 9,167 835 1,125 99,478 9,671 5,919 627 3,840 105,319 17,944 6,781 1,588 11,397 10,433 36,772 73,025 12,476 7,123 88,032 101,089 1,337 1,560 37,127 5,403 99,684 129,277 8,346 10,022 19,682 1,248 1,300 57,118 1,878 67,923 79,034 6,412 200 96,329 5,924 41 76 78,641 9,946 7,823 79 13 48,646 1,787 11,038 101,112 28,989 59 2,912 339 57,888 50,909 1,078 10,376

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08-12-126-017 08-12-151-002 08-12-151-005 08-12-151-007 08-12-151-011 08-12-151-012 08-12-176-019 08-12-177-010 08-12-200-008 08-12-251-002 08-12-301-001 08-12-326-001 08-12-351-004 08-12-401-003 08-12-451-028 08-13-129-008 08-13-131-006 08-13-151-011 08-13-152-018 08-13-179-020 08-13-203-017 08-13-203-018 08-13-226-016 08-13-228-029 08-13-251-001 08-13-251-014 08-13-251-017 08-13-253-019 08-13-277-026 08-13-277-027 08-13-301-002 08-13-302-025 08-13-305-013 08-13-326-008 08-13-328-006 08-13-330-010 08-13-353-015 08-13-357-006 08-13-378-001 08-13-408-022 08-13-453-002 08-13-476-006 08-14-100-010 08-14-100-012 08-14-100-013 08-14-100-017 08-14-226-002 08-14-300-001 08-14-300-002 08-14-300-005 08-14-300-008 08-14-377-007 08-14-379-009 08-14-426-002 08-14-451-011 08-14-451-015 08-14-452-010 08-14-476-011 08-14-478-004 08-14-478-008 08-14-480-007 08-15-100-001 08-15-100-004 08-15-100-005 08-15-200-001 08-15-200-002 08-15-200-003 08-15-200-004 08-15-300-001 08-15-300-002 08-15-300-006 08-15-300-007 08-15-300-008 08-15-300-009 08-15-300-010 08-15-300-011 08-15-300-012 08-15-300-013 08-15-300-014 08-15-300-015 08-15-300-016 08-15-400-002 08-15-400-003 08-15-400-005 08-15-400-007 08-16-100-004 08-16-100-006 08-16-100-012 08-16-100-013

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PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO DORR TOWNSHIP TAXPAYERS: ASSESSED VALUES FOR 2016 Valuation date (35 ILCS 200/9-95): January 1, 2016 Required level of assessment (35 ILCS 200/9-145): 33.33% Valuation based on sales from (35 ILCS 200/1-155): 2013-2015 Publication is hereby made for equalized assessed valuations for real property in this township in accordance with 35 ILCS 200/12-10. As required by 35 ILCS 200/9-210 and 35 ILCS 200/10-115, the following equalization factors have been applied to bring the assessments to the statutorily required three-year median level of 33.33%: Farm Land: 1.0000 Farm Improvements: 1.0000 Non-Farm Land: 1.0367 Non-Farm Improvements: 1.0367 Questions about these valuations should be directed to: VERONICA A MYERS 1039 LAKE AVE, WOODSTOCK IL 60098 (815) 338-0128 www.dorrtownship.com 6MÃ&#x201E;JLOV\YZHYL465-90 !(!7 Property in this Township, other than farmland and coal, is to be assessed at a

33.33% median level of assessment, based on the fair cash value of the property. You may check the accuracy of your assessment by dividing your assessment by the median level of assessment. The resulting value should equal the estimated fair cash value of your property. If the resulting value is greater than the estimated fair cash value of your property, you may be over-assessed. If the resulting value is less than the fair cash value of your property, you may be underassessed. You may appeal your assessment to the Board of Review. If you believe your propertyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fair cash value is incorrect or that the equalized assessed valuation is not uniform with other comparable properties in the same neighborhood, the following steps should be taken: *VU[HJ[`V\Y[V^UZOPWHZZLZZVY»ZVMÃ&#x201E;JL to review the assessment. 0MUV[ZH[PZÃ&#x201E;LK^P[O[OLHZZLZZVYYL]PL^ [H_WH`LYZ TH` Ã&#x201E;SL HU HWWLHS ^P[O [OL McHenry County Board of Review. For appeal forms, instructions, and the Rules and Procedures of the Board of Review, call (815) 334-4290 or visit: www.co.mchenry. il.us/county-government/departments-a-i/ assessments/forms-and-rules. ;OLÃ&#x201E;UHSÃ&#x201E;SPUNKLHKSPULMVY`V\Y[V^UZOPW is 30 days from this publication date. After this date, the Board of Review is prohibited

by law from accepting assessment appeals for properties in this township. For more PUMVYTH[PVUVU[V^UZOPWÃ&#x201E;SPUNKLHKSPULZJHSS (815) 334-4290 or visit: www.co.mchenry. il.us/county-government/departments-a-i/ HZZLZZTLU[Z[V^UZOPWÃ&#x201E;SPUNKLHKSPULZ Your property may be eligible for homestead exemptions, which can reduce your propertyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s taxable assessment. For more information on homestead exemptions, call (815) 334-4290. Your property tax bill will be calculated as follows: Final Equalized Assessed Value â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Exemptions = Taxable Assessment; Taxable Assessment x Current Tax Rate = Total Tax Bill. All equalized assessed valuations are subject to further equalization and revision by the McHenry County Board of Review as well as equalization by the Illinois Department of Revenue. Robert H. Ross, ASA, Chief County (ZZLZZTLU[6MÃ&#x201E;JLY4J/LUY`*V\U[` Illinois A list of assessment changes for this township for the current assessment year, except those assessments that were changed solely by equalization factor noted above, is as follows:

DORR TWP 13-01-100-014 13-01-100-025 13-01-100-027 13-01-200-003 13-01-200-004 13-01-200-009 13-01-200-011 13-01-200-013 13-01-200-014 13-01-300-008 13-01-300-014 13-01-300-015 13-01-300-019 13-01-300-020 13-01-376-001 13-01-376-004 13-01-376-005 13-01-376-006 13-01-376-008 13-01-376-010

13-01-376-012 13-01-400-012 13-01-400-014 13-01-400-015 13-01-400-016 13-01-400-017 13-02-152-001 13-02-152-003 13-02-152-004 13-02-176-001 13-02-176-004 13-02-200-004 13-02-200-016 13-02-200-022 13-02-200-025 13-02-200-028 13-02-300-003 13-02-300-005 13-02-300-035 13-02-300-041 13-02-400-008

13-02-400-010 13-02-400-011 13-02-400-012 13-02-400-016 13-02-400-022 13-02-400-023 13-02-400-024 13-02-400-025 13-02-400-028 13-02-400-030 13-02-400-031 13-03-100-001 13-03-100-004 13-03-100-012 13-03-100-013 13-03-100-014 13-03-200-015 13-03-200-018 13-03-200-019 13-03-200-020 13-03-200-023

HARRIS TR SVGS BK TR HTX 7036 MAHONEY, CAROLYN COX DENNIS C MILESKI, THOMAS TIFFANY LASALLE NATL BK 115030 RICE, PAUL RHONDA ELGUTS, JOHN OBRIEN, PATRICK J MARGARET J RICE, PAUL D RHONDA R RICE, PAUL D RHONDA R LASALLE NATL BANK 112529 ERIKSEN, KENNETH P BEVERLY A LASALLE NATL BK 112529 CHGO AMER NATL BK 110808-01 ERIKSEN, KENNETH P BEVERLY A MOREHEAD, PATRICK O MOREHEAD, PATRICK O MOREHEAD, PATRICK O MOREHEAD, PATRICK MOREHEAD, PATRICK ODONNELL, THOMAS M

348,545 333,394 286,196 2,740 76,626 82,074 161,017 176,643 71,899 89 2,122 5,394 112,663 78,603 22,070 22,070 22,070 514 62 560

MOREHEAD ME SELF DECL OF TR GOERNER, D JOHN MARCIA HOME ST BK NA TR 4587 HARNEY, NANCY 2000 DECL OF TR HARNEY, NANCY 2000 DECL OF TR WILSON PAUL C LIV TR KEINZ, RUTH M PHYLLIS R HERVERT LR GL TR HERVERT JAN G TR H-101 COUNTRYMAN AL, BURSH BL CHRISOS, CYNTHIA G ET AL FLYNN, TIMOTHY J JACKLYN A COVALT, ROBERT B VIRGINIA V COVALT, ROBERT R VIRGINIA V COVALT, ROBERT B VIRGINIA V MORRISON, PAUL M CAROL G BROWN BARRY C MARY C TR KRENGER JOHN R DECL OF TR KRENGER JOHN R DECL OF TR MARRS, MICHAEL R BARBARA C FISKE KENNETH V TR 101

411,593 104,347 120,429 374 165 2,796 53,069 170 70,506 88,684 97,086 353,843 150 86 398,252 219 104,101 1,569 77,102 90,977 776

PARRISH, RONALD K BARBARA PARRISH, RONALD K BARBARA S PARRISH, RONALD K BARBARA S FISKE KENNETH V TR 101 ELLINGHAUSEN CAROL S TR CLARK, LAWRENCE A KRISTINE R PARRISH, RONALD K BARBARA BURNETT JR, BENDER KS KINSELLA, PAUL T JR KAREN J KINSELLA, PAUL T JR KAREN J WDSTK ST BK 4933 ELLIOTT D E, NYBERG B T NORTHBROOK 1ST NATL BK TR 368 ZIELINSKI, MARK A KAROLYN L BLUE RIVER PROP INC POWERS SUSAN MAE TR POWERS, KATHERINE H NORTHBROOK 1ST NATL BK TR 368 PREMIER TR SVCS INC TR 368 KOZAR, GLENN J ELIZABETH D JAROSZ SM, RAMSEY LG

208 91,380 1,967 368 95,921 46 3,655 262,751 1,044 91,848 4,385 53,480 20 4,432 4,767 3,352 134,031 6,013 8 2,503 195,021

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36,782 33,802 66,314 29,239 28,572 42,165 20,358 41,156 2,814 3,111 67,344 49,816 69,819 60,099 59,032 68,570 60,105 49,816 50,401 29,449 9,192 33,602 60,821 37,362 273 12,033 5,332

July 20-26, 2016

KELLOGG, CARL E ET AL LEARMAN, MICHAEL LABELLE, MICHELLE L NOVAK, JASON FLOWERS, JEFFREY D STETLER, MICHAEL TERESA A SILVER CREEK GROUP LLC 416 WOODSTOCK LLC 416 WOODSTOCK LLC 416 WOODSTOCK LLC CHURCH, AJ TL MCCAFFERTY , DAVID A ET AL GARCIA, MARCO A JOSLYN, MATTHEW W JULIE A ZENATY, HEATHER M RYAN, MICHAEL J ET AL GERING, CAITLIN M SETH A CABAY, JASON J HEATHER L CAMPBELL, CLINTON 416 WOODSTOCK LLC 416 WOODSTOCK LLC 416 WOODSTOCK LLC BANKER, JW LG BECKER, STEVEN E KAREN M HEMMINGSEN FARMS LLC CANHAM, JAMES D BELHARCAR INC

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08-32-364-001 08-32-376-032 08-32-404-008 08-32-406-034 08-32-406-078 08-32-453-004 08-32-453-005 08-33-100-009 08-33-100-023 08-33-100-024 08-33-101-004 08-33-152-001 08-33-153-020 08-33-156-003 08-33-156-005 08-33-158-007 08-33-158-019 08-33-161-007 08-33-161-009 08-33-200-002 08-33-200-003 08-33-200-004 08-33-301-029 08-33-308-004 08-33-377-001 08-33-400-006 08-33-400-011


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53,759 110,545 60,379 826 153,668 794 242,649 582 53,252 87,778 101,736 184 69 69,804 633 56,490 146 410 25,132 99,563 399 155,594 553 136,245 115,483 5,980 8,279 1,331 974 10,073 4,711 1,387 103,329 10,806 10,093 10,542 1,127 275 6,809 16,570 2,268 802 880 23 2,281 2,701 6,803 1,363 105,400 61,101 75,336 2,500 722 848 5,075 815 351,263 1,853 1,216 423,973 80,569 41,418 46,849 48,451 48,374 38,203 49,703 49,434 38,241 48,358 48,358 48,908 49,251 48,924 47,891 41,411 49,160 48,698 48,884 48,300 48,096 48,627 49,127 38,140 48,924 48,924 29,841 30,822 63,750

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BATRA, ASHISH BENITEZ, ALEJANDRO TAMMY A AMCORE TR CO TR 3554 AUTOMATIC LIQUID PACK INC WELLS MFG CO KNICKERBOCKER ENT INC KNICKERBOCKER ENT INC RENNER, KENNETH F KENNETH F J WDSTK 1ST NATL BK TR 1522 KNICKERBOCKER ENT INC LILY POND STONE LLC LILY POND STONE LLC MARTIN, BH III NL GRAND NATL BK TR 1969 MURPHY OIL USA INC AMCORE INVSTMNT GRP NA 1703 DEVON BK TR 6760 P J PROP LLC DORDAN MFG CO RANDALL, JASON L JOANN L HOMESTAR BK FIN SCVS TR 1689 MERCY HEALTH SYSTEM CORP ELTVEDT FA MA REV TR DRAGONS TIGERS LLC BARR HARRIS BK NA 114995 SHANNON INDUSTRIAL CORP WAGNER, ROBERT M HOME ST BK NA 5706 ANNETTI, ELIZABETH L 2235 S EASTWOOD DR PRTNS LLC TILLMAN, SANDRA L TR OMAR LLC ET AL OMAR LLC ET AL OMAR LLC ET AL SC ACADEMY HOLDINGS LLC PATHS OF WALNUT RIDGE LLC JIMENEZ, MARTIN HAURI, RUSSELL C PAULETTE M JACKSON, JAMES E ELEANOR C WILLIE T LLC CAROL JEAN PROP INC WDSTK AMCORE BK NA 2797 EDDY, LEROY PATRICIA EDDY, LEROY E PATRICIA E EDDY, LEROY E PATRICIA E FRUIN, DAN SUSAN SHIPBAUGH, KW KAW FERRERA, ANDREW J JERIN A BROSSARD, STEPHANIE D TR SMDMF LLC 960 14000 AVALON LLC MIDLAND PROP GRP LLC AMCORE INVSTMNT GRP NA 3596 PERIC, TADIJA WENDT, DONALD THERESA TR WENDT, DONALD THERESA TR SZLACHTA, PAUL H SZLACHTA, PAUL H CHGO AMER NATL BK TR 25321 SASS, DENISE D SASS, DENISE D SASS, DENISE D CREATH, JAMES R JR SUSAN E SASS, DENISE D SASS, DENISE D LECLAIR, PATRICIA M REV TR SASS, DENISE D ROLLING RIDGE LLC SASS, DENISE D DALITSCH, WALTER W JR BIGELOW, JAMES M LEANNE J BIGELOW, JAMES M LEANNE J BIGELOW, JAMES M LEANNE J BIGELOW, JAMES M LEANNE J ROLLING RIDGE LLC ROLLING RIDGE LLC ROLLING RIDGE LLC ROLLING RIDGE LLC OCONNOR, JAMES J OCONNOR, JAMES J BIGELOW, JAMES LEANNE J POLNOW, MARY M BIGELOW, JAMES LEANNE J GARZA, SARAH E PENDER, REBECCA A OAKLEY ROBERTA, MCNEIL KATHRY MOLTHEN, JOYCE ROLLING RIDGE LLC FOSS, GABE S MICHELLE L

60,700 67,432 192,536 2,914,456 1,748,938 4,131 3,000 7,749 2,148 3,461 19 10 137,172 161,082 235,437 796,350 154,448 176,807 454,205 239,071 353,185 2,841,334 368,806 315,604 847,005 721,328 175,557 422,847 51,435 971,987 112,942 27,752 27,752 27,752 206,653 774,092 67,051 64,296 42,974 237,742 348,875 616,858 51,815 42,920 55,864 6,963 67,235 73,010 129,179 269,232 184,518 121,416 3,927 421,149 1,801 711 1,401 51,601 1,025 7,865 33 6,948 97,894 316 7,498 14,203 4,338 5,523 7,178 105,312 87,905 966 1,350 1,512 894 5,568 3,225 3,258 130,000 7,093 1,463 70,137 793 837 67,720 661 334 6,353 59,359

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TAKE NOTICE CERTIFICATE NO. 2012-01898 TO: WALTER E. SCHWEIKLE II OCCUPANTS TENANTS SPOUSES County Clerk of MCHENRY County: Persons in occupancy or actual possession of said property, Unknown owners or parties interested in said land or lots. A Petition for Tax Deed on premises KLZJYPILK ILSV^ OHZ ILLU ÄSLK PU [OL Circuit Court of MCHENRY County, Illinois as Case # 16TX010135. Property located at 1512 ADAMS ST. LAKE IN THE HILLS, IL. Legal Description or Permanent Index No. 19-20-104-007. Said property as sold on 10-28-2013 for delinquent taxes for the year 2012. The period of redemption will expire on 10-28-2016. On 1-11-17 AT 1:30 P.M. the petitioner will make application to such court in said county for an Order for Tax Deed, should the real estate not be redeemed. /s/ Douglas J. Johnson, Petitioner (Published in The Woodstock Independent July 6, 2016, July 13, 2016, July 20, 2016) L9957

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TO: MAUREEN CORCORAN ROBERT CORCORAN VILLAGE OF ALGONQUIN ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE LIEN UNIT ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ILLINOIS ATTORNEY GENERAL MIDFIRST BANK OCCUPANTS TENANTS SPOUSES County Clerk of MCHENRY County: Persons in occupancy or actual possession of said property, Unknown owners or parties interested in said land or lots. A Petition for Tax Deed on premises KLZJYPILK ILSV^ OHZ ILLU ÄSLK PU [OL Circuit Court of MCHENRY County, Illinois as Case # 16TX010136 Property located at 300 CIRCLE DR.. ALGONQUIN, IL. Legal Description or Permanent Index No. 19-33-226-015. Said property as sold on 10-28-2013 for delinquent taxes for the year 2012. The period of redemption will expire on 10-28-2016. On 1-11-17 AT 1:30 P.M. the petitioner will make application to such court in said county for an Order for Tax Deed, should the real estate not be redeemed. /s/ Douglas J. Johnson, Petitioner (Published in The Woodstock

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TAKE NOTICE CERTIFICATE NO. 2012-00435 TO: ANNA M. REDIGER TRUST ANNA M. REDIGER VILLAGE OF WONDER LAKE OCCUPANTS TENANTS SPOUSES County Clerk of MCHENRY County: Persons in occupancy or actual possession of said property, Unknown owners or parties interested in said land or lots. A Petition for Tax Deed on premises KLZJYPILK ILSV^ OHZ ILLU ÄSLK PU [OL Circuit Court of MCHENRY County, Illinois as Case # 16TX010134. Property located at 7417 BIRCH DR. WONDER LAKE, IL Legal Description or Permanent Index No. 09-07-408-071. Said property as sold on 10-28-2013 for delinquent taxes for the year 2012. The period of redemption will expire on 10-28-2016. On 1-11-17 AT 1:30 P.M. the petitioner will make application to such court in said county for an Order for Tax Deed, should the real estate not be redeemed. /s/ Douglas J. Johnson, Petitioner

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Marian Central Catholic High School graduate Abby Gilleland is done as a college volleyball player. Done with the sport overall? Not hardly. Gilleland finished her career at Ohio University as a NCAA Division I All-American selected twice by the American Volleyball Coaches Association and is now part of the College of William and Mary volleyball coaching staff. She is an assistant coach. “I know that being an assistant coach will help me miss volleyball a bit less,” said Gilleland. “Being able to help some other volleyball players achieve and have the same Dan unique experience Chamness I had will be very The College rewarding for me. Report e friendships that were made will stick with me forever. I enjoyed representing Ohio University, the Bobcat volleyball team and the Mid-American Conference. I am grateful that I had an opportunity to play for them.” Gilleland finished her career with 4,702 assists, which is the third most in program history. She was less than 100 assists from the career record. She had 1,149 assists or more over the last three years. She started her career with 970 as a freshman. Other than her career assists, she also had 1,134 digs, 546 kills, 233 blocks (22 solos) and 101 service aces. “I helped Ohio win four overall MAC championships,” said Gilleland, who earned four rings in the process. “I have so much pride in what happened and was pleased with what happened. I can look back and say that I accomplished most of what I wanted to accomplish. I wish I was able to do even more than I did. I will never forget going undefeated in league play as a junior.” Please see College Report, Page 38

WGSL TEAM TAKES ON CRYSTAL LAKE

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Abby Primus, 16, of Woodstock, pitches for a Woodstock Girls Softball League team July 15 at Bates Park against Crystal Lake in 18th Annual All-Star Tournament.

WLL All Stars win District 13 title By Liz Stroh THE INDEPENDENT

e Woodstock Little League All Star team brought home the title of Illinois District 13 Junior Champions July 13. e team of 12 boys, ages 13 and 14, competed in the tournament at Elgin National Park. e tournament consisted of five teams which competed in bracket play for the championship title. Boys were nominated and chosen by managers and coaches from the two Woodstock Little League Junior teams and combined to make up the All Star team. e championship game against Elgin National saw Woodstock's Alex Dodge pitch all seven innings, giving up just two runs while tallying four strikeouts. Woodstock won 8-2.

“e boys were ecstatic,” said man- tight game and lost 2-1. In game two, ager Scott Nieman, himself a former Woodstock was down 7-1 against Woodstock Little Leaguer. “It was just Elgin National but rallied and won awesome.” 11-10. Woodstock's top hitters were Dan“e kids didn’t give up on themiel Stumpf and selves and Trevor Nieman, “The boys were ecstatic. It believed in each who had two hits was just awesome.” other," Scott Nieeach. man said. - Scott Nieman, manager Scott Nieman In the third said he and his game, South Elgin coaching staff — was short players Steve McCoy, Dave Weber and Tim and had to forfeit the game. Hansen — did not expect to win the e Woodstock Little League All tournament. Stars were awarded a District 13 “Elgin National beat us up pretty champion banner that will be disgood during the season, so it was played at future WLL events. e pretty impressive to beat them in the Woodstock Junior Champions tournament," he said. advance to sectionals for a double In the first game of the tournament, elimination tournament to be held in Woodstock played Streamwood in a Alsip this week.


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e Bobcats were 16-0 in league action during Gillelandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s junior season. e Bobcats have boasted a MAC Record of 57-7 in the last four years. ey were 102-30 overall. Not only did they win four overall MAC Titles, they also advanced to the NCAA Division I Tournament twice during her career. She was named the MAC Tournament MVP as a senior. As a freshman in 2012, she as named to the MAC AllFreshman squad. As a senior, she ďŹ nished with 1,276 assists, 350 digs, 143 kills, 53 blocks (six solos) and 26 service aces. For her play on the volleyball court, Gilliland was named an American Volleyball Coaches Association All-American twice. She was also named the MAC Setter of the Year and Player of the Year as a sophomore and junior. e 5-foot-10-inch setter was also named to the AVCA Mideast Region team three times. Gilliland said the low-point of her college play was during a coaching change. â&#x20AC;&#x153;e only time during my career at Ohio that I did not like was adjusting

to a coaching change,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was a difďŹ cult time, but I liked both of my head coaches equally well. But it was a moment that I did not know what was going to happen.â&#x20AC;? e daughter of Scott and Barb Gilleland of Bull Valley earned a degree in sports management. She also earned a minor in business administration. She was named a MAC Distinguished Scholar Athlete, for participating in more than 50 percent of the contests and carrying a grade point average of 3.8. She was the Ohio Female Honoree for the MACâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Medal of Excellence during her senior year. She was named to the deanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s list all eight semesters and graduated summa cum laude. e former Hurricane player was also named to the MAC All-Academic Team during her ďŹ nal three years as an undergraduate. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I was competitive and knew that I would ďŹ nd a way to succeed,â&#x20AC;? said Gilleland. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t say enough about the support I got from the coaching staff, the administration and the student body. I love college volleyball and college athletics. I want to stay involved with it for the rest of my life if possible. I look forward to my new role of training the setters, setting up the travel, recruiting and making sure we have the right equipment. Dan Chamness covers the college careers of Woodstockarea athletes.

WOODSTOCK WATER SKIIER COMPETES

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Woodstockâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lynda Haimbaugh competes in a USA Water Ski Association-sanctioned slalom event with the Crystal Lake Water Ski Association July 17. The competition took place on Crystal Lake.

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