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Bartlett International Day of Peace event raises funds for nonprofitBartlett will play host Sunday to one of the biggest fundraisers for Play for Peace, a nonprofit group that teaches kids about cooperation through play in places of conflict across the globe.Last Updated Sep 19, 2014 6:57 PM
Bartlett looks at $250,000 upgrade for Bartlett Hills clubhouseUpdated Sep 18, 2014 5:43 AM
Bartlett trustees are weighing whether to sink an estimated $250,000 into a clubhouse addition at the village-owned golf course, where taxpayers have bankrolled steep deficits for years. The expansion would center on the wedding and banquet business at Bartlett Hills Golf Club
Bartlett OKs medical pot production in business parkPosted Sep 17, 2014 5:30 AM
Bartlett trustees on Tuesday night agreed to let a medical marijuana grower start planting in an industrial park -- with some strings attached. Chief among the conditions is winning a state license to grow the drug. Illinois allows only one cultivation center in each state police district. In the district including Bartlett, the grower may have to beat out up to 50 other applicants.
Northwest suburban police blotterPosted Sep 19, 2014 1:24 PM
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Wayne Stayskal (right), retired Tribune Media editorial cartoonist, explains some of the finer points of his work to guests when Windsor Park, a Covenant Retirement Community at 124 Windsor Park Drive in Carol Stream, hosted a retrospective exhibit of his syndicated work. About 75 people attended the artist’s reception Aug. 20, including Stayskal’s wife Helen (center) and son Bob (left). The show is open to the public daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. until Sept. 30.
To see a video interview and catch a glimpse of the engaging personality who humorously commentated on culture for more than 30 years visit www.WindsorParkIllinois.org/downloads-news. For details, call Windsor Park at (630) 510-5500. Shirley Mott
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My 10-month-old son, Nathan, enjoying his first time at the beach at Higgins Beach, Maine. Mark Knuth
- The Stankus Family from Bartlett spent the day at Allstate Arena March 25 for a LifeSource-sponsored blood drive with the Chicago Wolves team. The drive yielded 71 pints of blood for LifeSource, which will help support 213 lives. The family met team players, posed with photos with mascot “Skates,” and was treated to a personal tour of the Wolves’ locker room. (L-R): Tim Stankus, Wolves defenseman Evan Oberg, Robby Stankus (8), Skates, Christina Stankus (6), Wolves defenseman David Shields, and Angie Stankus. Joe White
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- Tim Koll as the title role of Joseph, and Julia Macholl as the Narrator in Theatre Nebula's "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" in its final 2 weeks at Cutting Hall in Palatine, September 20-29, 2013. Cutting Hall- Michael P. Noens
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Many of the veterans shown who reside at Windsor Park, a Covenant Retirement Community in Carol Stream, will have their service photo and other memorabilia on display in the community's Centrum beginning Friday, Nov. 8. Intended to honor all veterans, the show is open to the public daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. until Nov. 15. Windsor Park is located at 124 Windsor Park Drive. Captain Richard Blackburn, first row center, holds a book of his memoirs. He received the French Legion of Honor for valor in one of the main campaigns during WW II in France. Visitors can also view a world map with pushpins designating where each veteran served. Windsor Park residents plan this display each year. Those involved in 2013 are Harman Barnard, Ray Smith, Charlie Ochs, Ralph Weldon, Bill Anderson, Stan Johnson, and Herb Clausen.
For more information, call Windsor Park at (630) 510-5500.
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Second row: Bob Muzzy, Howard Headley, Reg Gerig, Len Buck, Dick Rung, Robert Fox, Check Lewis, Clayton Barker, Howard Morey, Wallace Alcorn, Charles Ochs, Stan Yohe, Edward Ayers, Dick Gerig, Jason Johnson, Wayne Cook.
Third row: Bob Doenges, Bill Anderson, David Blomberg, Jim Carr, Bill Taetzsch, Ralph Welton, Stan Johnson, Glenn Heck, George Saunders. Jim Steere
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- The Bartlett Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting at O'Hare's Pub and Restaurant, 1085 W. Army Trail Road. Pictured from left to right:O'Hare's staff, O'Hare's staff, Owners Bill Vance and Peggy O'Hare Vance, Bartlett Village Trustee T.L. Arends, Bartlett Mayor Kevin Wallace, Bartlett Village Trustee Dr. Michael Camerer, Bartlett Chamber Board Member Connie Born of ROI Business Services, O'Hare's staff. Photo taken March 13, 2014 at O'Hare's Pub and Restaurant Amy Feeley
- Pugs and their people from The DuPage Pug Meetup Group trick-or-treated Monday, Oct. 28, at Victory Centre of Bartlett, 1101 W. Bartlett Road, Bartlett. Victory Centre of Bartlett resident Rose Vondrasak happily gets a puppy kiss from the pug in her arms. What a treat! Rose Simone
- Congressman Roskam cancelled his meeting with families to discuss immigration reform and its effect on families. The families then decorated his door with messages written on colorful butterflies. The butterflies symbolize freedom and migration. Colin Tysoe
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- Clearbrook Director of Community Living Services, Dave Boggs (far left), helps Echelon vice president, Pam Harmon and president Reid Harman unload boxes of stemware, tumblers, mugs, bowls, produced by City Glass to be used in Clearbrook’s many group homes. A valued Clearbrook supporter, Gilberts, IL-based Echelon Design focuses on integrating all facets of design. Clearbrook
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