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posted: 5/12/2010 12:01 AM

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Rename the business contest

Cathy Kraemer, of Cathy's Garden Gate at 505 N. Milwaukee Ave. in downtown Libertyville, has decided that it is time for a change and until Saturday, May 15, is accepting suggestions for a new name. The only rule is that the name must be bumble-bee related and must be better than "Just "Bee" Cause. Entries can be made by visiting the store or by e-mail to Kraemer has a name in mind but if a different one is chosen, the winner gets a $100 gift card and the runner-up gets a $50 gift card.

Lake County Fielders Job Fair

The Northern League's newest franchise, the Lake County Fielders, will be hosting a job fair on Wednesday, May 19, from 5-10 p.m. at Zion Benton High School, 3901 21st St., Zion. The team will be accepting resumes and conducting interviews for various summer job openings. Available jobs include ushers, security, parking attendants, ticket takers, fan relations, food and beverage staff and more. For more information call, (847) 731-8000 or visit

Camp scholarships in Antioch

Financial help is available for students who want to attend Camp Invention this summer in Antioch Elementary School District 34. Scheduled for June 21-25 at W.C. Petty School, 850 Highview Drive in Antioch, the camp features hands-on learning activities focused on robotics, math and science. The cost is $210 but money has been made available through the Antioch Junior Woman's Club, Antioch Rotary and the Antioch Lion's Club. For information regarding scholarships, contact camp director Amy Henning at