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Suicide reported in Lake County jailA Lake County jail inmate committed suicide early Friday, authorities said. Igor Karlukov, 36, was found hanging in his cell about 3 a.m., Undersheriff Raymond J. Rose said at a news conference.Last Updated Apr 18, 2014 5:35 PM
Crowd packs Mundelein Catholic church for Spanish-language Via Crucis dramaUpdated Apr 18, 2014 4:32 PM
About 1,300 worshippers jammed Mundelein’s Santa Maria del Popolo Catholic Church for a Spanish-language drama to mark Good Friday. Common throughout Mexico, the Via Crucis — or Way of the Cross — depicted the final hours of Jesus’ life.
Plea deal expected in Grant High School teacher sex abuse caseUpdated Apr 17, 2014 4:22 PM
The case involving the former Grant High School teacher accused of having sex with a student most likely will be settled with a plea agreement before her scheduled May 2 trial, attorneys said Thursday.
Images: Good Friday Observances in the SuburbsUpdated Apr 18, 2014 9:13 PM
Images of Good Friday observances in the suburbs of Chicago. Mission San Juan Diego in Palatine, Alleluia Lutheran Church in Naperville, and Santa Maria del Popolo in Mundelein offered dramatic presentations of the Stations of the Cross.
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73rd American Legion Aux. Girls State Session
(1st rw lft to rt) Paulina Piasecki, Michelle Piaaecki & Erin Ehlers. (2nd row) Stephanie Saghafi from ALA Lake Region Unit #703/Grant H.S. (Emily Carbrera- Morales, Jocelyn Zamudio, Waukegan T.H.S. Homer Dehringer Unit#281. LaVera Davis Ch.) Nicole Haley from Wauconda H.S. & Aux. Unit 911 Gurnee Chairman Carla Scrofield, Nicole Silvers, Peggy Kalicki, Ruth Buehrer, Shirley Koop, Doris Schultz 10th Ditrict Ch. Finance Groups: the Kiwanas Club of Zion -Benton, the Maya Beville's scholarship/sponsorship as Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Midwestern Regional Medical Center. The North Shore Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution Th girls will experience the campaigning & election process & once elected; they will do the duties of that officer & will return home with a hands on experience of our government process. They will be able to interview for Girls Nation, apply for scholarships, speak with our elected officials or lesson to the extremely good speakers that have come to leave an impression. Other girls not pictured but who were selected to attend: Marissa DePino, Makenna Eldridge, Jamie Kreppein, Fallan Schultz, Anna Thomas, Kari Bengston, Alison Kramer, Julia Curry, Carley Feldman, Grace Bower, Marisa Woodrum, Katherine Kissel, Madeline Arnold, Madeline Coe, Cheyenne Kimbell, Kayla Podgorski, Maya Beville, Jullian Karande Lydia Henry, Kayla Savage & Tara Eyre Arlene Lolley
73rd American Legion Auxiliary Girls State Selectees
From the Mundelein Unit# 867/Lake Bluff Post 510/Grayslake Post #659 NSCDAR (rt to left) Lauren McCabe, Anika Exum, Claudia Morin, Libertyville Unit 329, Anna Basten, Quinne Welter / Grayslake Central H.S. Second row: Connie Sapienza, Rebecca Reading: Carmel High School, Claire Borre & Eden Krolopp Lake Forest H.S. (Selected & financed by the Lake Bluff Post #510, Dorothy Thomas Chairman & the Grayslake Post #659 Doug Hess Chairman, Libertyville Unit # 329-Sharon Gleason Chairman-Mundelein Unit #867 Arlene Lolley, and Doris Schultz-10th Distirct Chairman--not pictured) Arlene Lolley
- Adler Park Learning Center Director Erin Carr, center, spends her lunch time with third through fifth grade students in a special Read & Feed Book Club. Students sign up for the optional program, reading a book in their free time and then gathering at lunch to discuss it. Students, from left to right, are Maggie Vickers, Tyra Kuchler, Kayla Talerico, Kyle Otte and Andrew Clark. District 70
- Susan Saint James (seated, second from right) joins classmates of 50 years ago at Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart Reunion Weekend during which she was the keynote speaker Oct. 4. Also pictured are, from left, Peggy Connelly Karol, Geri-Anne Benning, Mariclaire Halligan Dixon, Mary Ann Entrup, Colleen Sullivan Farrell, Saint James and Suzie Floberg Hayes. John Rodas
Andy Avalos at Macy's Collecting for Salvation Army
It was so nice to meet Andy doing a good cause for Christmas. He really is a nice man. Mary Kay Whalen
- Sophomore Willa Hart of Winnetka will perform a cello solo during the Woodlands Academy Symphonic Orchestra?s rendition of "Stille Nacht" by Mannheim Steamroller during the annual Christmas Concert Thursday, Dec. 5, at 7 p.m. This event, open to the public free of charge, features choral and orchestral music of the season. It takes place in the Chapel of the Sacred Heart at the school, 760 E. Westleigh Road, Lake Forest. Visit www.woodlandsacademy.org for more information. Woodlands Academy
- The BG Singers are preparing for their 21st Annual Choral Concert, "Coast to Coast" at Stevenson High School in the West Auditorium on November 8 and 9 at 7:30 and Nov. 10 at 3:00. Tickets are available at the door or bigdealproductions.org. For further information, contact Lindsay Grandt at 847 850-2132 Debbie Macklin
- Nearly 100 fourth-through-seventh-grade students from St. Malachy School in Chicago visited Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart in Lake Forest Feb. 7 for a day of events including an uplifting gospel liturgy, pizza lunch, talent show and a carnival. This celebration marked the latest chapter in a Black History Month tradition between the inner-city grade school and the North Shore high school dating back to 1996. Pictured here, students from both schools joined the combined choirs at the conclusion of the gospel liturgy to sing “We Shall Overcome” in honor of Pete Seeger, who passed away Jan. 27. Woodlands Academy
- Dr. Jerry Weber, president of the College of Lake County, gets a blue streak sprayed in his hair from Allison Brand, an elementary education major who volunteered at the 'Light it up Blue" Autism awareness event held April 2 at the college. College of Lake County
It’s countdown time for Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart’s 41st annual financial aid fundraiser, Congé. Modeling this year’s theme colors are (from left) Co-Chair Mary Oelerich of Chicago, Silent Auction Chair Alison Kohlmeyer of Lake Forest and Co-Chair Jean Olson of Evanston. The fundraising starts at 9 a.m. Friday, April 11, with online bidding at www.bidpal.net/Congé for a variety of exciting silent auction items such as four VIP tickets to a Los Angeles taping of Conan O’Brien’s TBS TV show, a Chicago Blackhawks hockey stick signed by members of the 2013-14 team and for wine enthusiasts, a 750ml bottle of Chateau Petrus Pomerol (2006). Online bids will be accepted up to and then as part of the silent auction that takes place during the Congé dinner event which begins with cocktails at 6 p.m. Saturday, April 26, at the Glen View Club, 100 Golf Road, Golf, IL. Silent auction bidding ends at 10 p.m.
For more information about Congé contact Woodlands Academy Associate Director of Advancement for Special Events Tami Rocha at 847-234-4300, ext. 226 or visit www.woodlandsacademy.org Woodlands Academy
- Connie Kowal, Libertyville Sports Complex, samples Fine's Famous Hot Dog at the new eatery, 147 N. Milwaukee Ave., Libertyville. Come enjoy oh-so Fine food and events at Fine's Grand Opening weekend, May 10-12. Carol Levin, GLMV Chamber of Commerce
- Lt. Col. Frank Bart with sixth-graders from Frassati Catholic Academy. Four members of the Wauconda American Legion, including Lt. Bart, spoke to students at Frassati Catholic Academy and Transfiguration Catholic Elementary School in honor of Veterans Day. Lt. Colonel Bart has served in the U.S. Marines for 27 years, including service in Iraq and Afghanistan. He is currently the Mayor of Wauconda and has two children enrolled at Transfiguration School. Jean Simpson
- Emily N, Ava N & Marissa M attend a Sept 5th, "Thank You" event at Gaver's Breast Center in Crystal Lake to represent all of 8th grade, Cadette Troop 40701 of Mundelein as supporters through hosting the Pinkie Promise Pajama Walk Julia Nachman, Leader for Cadette Troop 40701
- A Halloween contest during lunch was a highlight of the day that saw most students and many faculty members at Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart in costume Oct. 31. Judges used a decibel-meter app on their iPads to determine winners in various categories based on the cheers contestants received. Pictured, English teacher Erin Brysiewicz as the “Crazy Cat Lady” surrounded by her (advisory group) cats took second-place honors in the Sophomore Advisory Group category. Woodlands Academy
- Heather Robbins, Trauma Treatment Program project director at the Lake County Health Department, received the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Patriot Award from Michael Peck, Superintendent of the Veterans Assistance Commission of Lake County. She was nominated by Oluwatoyin Hines, a major in the U.S. Army Reserve and an intern at the Health Department. Peck presented the award on behalf of the Illinois Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, which recognizes efforts employers make to support citizen warriors. Lake County Health Department
The 7th and 8th grade Highland Middle School Pom Pon Squad finished third recently at the Lakeside Conference competition.
Congratulations to the team members - Sasha Blake, Mikaila Corrigan, Sydney Donovan, Allison Friello, Nicole Haderlein, Madison Hartwig, Veronica Houle, Bailey Latka, Paula Magnuszewski, Jillian Ness, Hannah Schuler, Kylie Skie (not pictured), Anna Yachnin. The squad is coached by teacher Breehan Davidson.
Here the squad is caught during a practice.
Well done Hornets! Libertyville Elementary District 70
- Lake County Community Foundation hosts experts on regional cooperation. From left: Sylvia Zaldivar-Sykes executive director of The Lake County Community Foundation, Mike Collins of Kalamazoo Community College, Scott and former state Sen. and current Foundation board member Susan Garrett, Nancy Rotering mayor of Highland Park, Mike Way of Bronson Healthcare System at a gathering of community leaders at Highland Park Country Club to to learn about a unique collaboration between Kalamazoo Valley Community College and Bronson Healthcare system in western Michigan and what Lake County can learn from such partnerships. The Lake County Community Foundation
- Sisters Lisa Clair (left), freshman, and Kristen Clair, sophomore, of Lake Forest were among the eight student recipients of first quarter Sacred Heart awards presented Oct. 23 at Woodlands Academy. They were nominated by their fellow students for exemplifying the Sacred Heart goal of commitment to the building of community as a Christian value. Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart
- A 6:30 p.m. open house Nov. 12 will showcase the unique educational experience at Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart, 760 E. Westleigh Road in Lake Forest. Visitors will be able to tour the school, meet with teachers and coaches, and learn about the many exciting clubs and activities that are available to students. Woodlands Academy
- Kozi Salon in Lake Barrington attends a fundraiser-fashion show sponsored by Italian American Women Organization with the theme, "The Great Gatsby." The annual show benefits "One Step At A Time" camp for children with cancer and leukemia, operated by COSI-Children Oncology Services Inc. a nonprofit charitable organization. Pictured from right: Violetta Kozicki-owner/stylist, Amanda Castilo-stylist, Claudia McCoy-owner/stylist, Zaneta Modrzejewska-stylist. The program gives children facing cancer a chance to bond with other pediatric cancer patients and survivors in a non-hospital setting and is open to children ages 7 to 19.
"Local Girl Needs Help"
A little girl in our community needs help with medical expenses. Her name is Isabella Oliver. Please see her story at: www.gofundme.com/Isabellasjourney. "Give, and you will receive...The amount you give will determine the amount you get back." Luke 6:38. Friends of Isabella Oliver
- This photo was taken while I was snowmobiling in the Porcupine Mountains State Park in the Upper Penninsula of MI. I was ascending the 107th Engineers Memorial Hwy when I came across a man (Marc Salm) and his dogs (L to R: Escher and Echo). I stopped briefly to meet him and shoot the photo. He was on his way up to camp by tent for three days with the dogs. At the time the temp was -5 degrees F. Outrageous! What really makes the photo is the snow and ice surrounding his beard and the dogs mouths. The photo was taken in a single shot using iPhone 4S. Brad Magee
- Students at Matigian Preschool in Libertyville were excited to welcome spring. The children colored eggs, made bunny projects and received a special visit from a mysterious bunny who left behind treats for the kids. A Sekili
- Mechanics Grove School skate night brought in donations for the local Community Care Center. PA
- From left, Georgianna Powers, Ryan Jones, Yvonne Jones, Lauren Jones. This picture was taken at Community Park in Mundelein where MBSA is constructing a Red Monster home run fence in memory of Mike Jones with donations received from many, many supporters. Abby Nierman
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