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  • The Birches sponsors Alzheimer’s research education event Mar 10, 2015 5:44 PM
    On March 19, The Birches Assisted Living in Clarendon Hills is partnering with the Alzheimer’s Association and The Community House to raise awareness about Alzheimer’s research. As part of a series of Alzheimer’s Association education events titled “Alzheimer’s Research: Get Informed, Get Involved,” The Birches and The Community House will host a presentation by keynote speaker Kumar Bharat Rajan, Ph.D. from Rush University Medical Center. The presentation will take place from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Community House, 415 W. Eighth Street, Hinsdale. Dr. Kumar Bharat Rajan will discuss current trends, efforts and directions in dementia research and will provide information about the benefits of participation in research and local studies. He will also be awarded a check for $49,957.00 through the New Investigator Research Grant program to fund the first year of his research titled “Role of Activities on Genetic Risk of Neurodegeneration by Race/Ethnicity.” At the end of the presentation, participants will have the opportunity to enroll in the Alzheimer’s Association’s TrialMatch program. The TrialMatch program is a free service provided by the Alzheimer’s Association that matches individuals with Alzheimer’s, caregivers, healthy volunteers and physicians with current Alzheimer’s studies. The Alzheimer’s Association’s TrialMatch database contains more than 225 clinical studies that are being performed at 700 trial sites throughout the country. Clinical trials play an important role in finding new treatments and, ultimately, a cure for Alzheimer’s disease. Scientists have already made great strides in developing treatments for Alzheimer’s. Drugs have been developed that can temporarily improve the symptoms of Alzheimer’s, but more research is necessary to develop treatments that slow or stop the progression of the disease. For clinical trials to be productive, volunteers are needed from a variety of backgrounds. Those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s play an important role in research, but researchers also need volunteers without Alzheimer’s. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, recruiting and retaining trial participants is the greatest barrier to finding new Alzheimer’s treatments besides funding. “I think raising awareness about the need for volunteers in clinical trials is important,” said Birches’ Director of Encore and Memory Care Services Jackie Raschke. “A lot of people would love to help find a cure for Alzheimer’s but don’t know what they can do. TrialMatch gives people a concrete way to contribute.” This event is free and open to the public. To register, call 847-933-2413 or register online at The Birches Assisted Living in Clarendon Hills is a premier retirement community dedicated to providing professional services that support its residents’ physical, social, intellectual and spiritual growth. The Birches offers a full calendar of purposeful programs and activities designed to promote a healthy aging lifestyle and a strong sense of community. For more information about The Birches, call 630-789-1135 or visit:

  • NNHS Fine Arts Students Sweep IMEA Top Honors Mar 10, 2015 5:48 PM
    TEN NAPERVILLE NORTH HIGH SCHOOL FINE ART STUDENTS RECEIVE ILLINOIS MUSIC EDUCATORS CONFERENCE TOP HONORS Naperville, IL, January 2015 – Naperville North High School is proud to announce ten students have been awarded All-State Honors at the annual competition of the 2015 Illinois Music Educators Conference sponsored by the Illinois Music Educators Association. (IMEA). Thousands of students take part in the Illinois Music Educators Conference (IMEC) held in Peoria every year. The competition sequence begins in October when music students from every Illinois high school audition for their local district festival. Qualifying students move on to the district festival held in November. Those students considered to be the most highly skilled in their district go on to state level auditions in January. State level auditions determine whether they are in the All-State group or, the top group in the state, the Honors All-State ensemble. This process provides powerful educational experiences for all music students across the state. Dana Green, NNHS Orchestra Director, is proud that faculty in all three disciplines, Band, Chorus, and Orchestra, at Naperville North work hard to elevate the level of performance of each individual musician. “The skills instructors work on in our ensembles give our students the leg up they often need when competing with the state’s best musicians. Ultimately, it is because we have some of the hardest working students in Illinois at Naperville North High School that we are able to be as successful as we have been on the IMEC stage. It’s astounding to have Naperville North students sitting principal in three sections of the top state orchestra. That two North students auditioned successfully into the All-State Honors Combo is just as incredible. And that all three musical disciplines are representing our program at this prestigious conference is fantastic!” Instructional Coordinator of Fine Arts and Music Director, Nicholas Janssen, said, “ This is exciting as not only were these students among the top scores in the state to even be selected for the conference, but Taylor, Alec, Tolya, and Max had the single highest score on their instrument. This is a great day for NNHS Fine Arts!” Kevin Pobst, NNHS Principal, congratulated the students and commended them on their high level of skill. Congratulations to the following NNHS students for winning top honors in the Illinois Music Educators Conference in Peoria, Illinois: Carly Daugherty, All-State Honors Band, Clarinet Shannon Keegan, All-State Chorus Ian Henning, All-State Honors Chorus Tolya Kuznetsov, All-State Honors Orchestra, Principal Cello Maxwell Lowery, All-State Honors Orchestra, Principal Viola Paul Beckman, All-State Honors Orchestra, Principal Percussionist Natalie Piehl, All-State Orchestra, Cello Aditi Prakash, All-State Orchestra, Violin Taylor Kroma, All-State Honors Jazz Combo, Bass Alec McKeska, All-State Honors Jazz Combo, Guitar Naperville North High School is dedicated to the performing arts and believes academics and the arts are equally important to student development and achievement. Thank you, Sue Frazzini North Performing Arts Center Marketing Director 630-779-6204

  • Benedictine, John Marshall offer dual M.B.A./J.D. degree program. Partnership gives students competitive edge in business and law Mar 10, 2015 5:50 PM
    Individuals seeking a graduate degree to enhance their careers should consider Benedictine University’s new dual Master of Business (M.B.A.) and Juris Doctorate (J.D.) program with John Marshall Law School. After meeting admissions requirements at both schools, students can take classes at John Marshall toward a law degree and at Benedictine toward earning an M.B.A. “This program is fully integrated for students seeking degrees in both law and business to gain an advantage in today’s global business environment,” said Rick Holman, assistant professor and chair of Benedictine’s Graduate Business Administration program.”Benedictine is providing an opportunity for students who have an interest in the area of management whereby the combination of a law degree and an M.B.A. degree will give them an advantage in the corporate world.” As students continue to grow in business through market uncertainty, global competition, ethical challenges and constant change, the M.B.A. and J.D. dual degree will help Benedictine students develop quantitative, qualitative and legal competence as professionals who can assess business risks and strategic alternatives, Holman said. Students enrolling in the dual degree program can attend classes part-time or full-time. However, full-time law students must attend the first year of law school exclusively at John Marshall. After successfully completing the first year of law school, the student can combine law courses with Benedictine M.B.A. courses for the remainder of the program. Part-time students can attend classes simultaneously at Benedictine and John Marshall. Benedictine University, an accredited, nonprofit private Catholic institution which has been providing graduate business programs to adults for more than 50 years, believes that a quality education and an advanced degree should be both accessible and affordable. Though some other higher education institutions also offer dual M.B.A. and J.D. degree programs, Benedictine’s emphasis on values-based education is a distinct advantage as global corporations place greater emphasis on the correlation between ethical behavior and more sustainable and profitable results. Students within Benedictine’s M.B.A. program can customize their program to fit their needs. Courses are interactive, taught by faculty and instructors who are practicing professionals and provide real-world business planning and strategic management experiences. Both Benedictine and John Marshall accept applications on a rolling admissions basis throughout the year. Applicants seeking information about Benedictine’s M.B.A. program can visit or contact Admissions at or (630) 829-6300.

  • UnitedHealthcare debuts new app features so you can stay mobile Mar 5, 2015 1:12 PM
    UnitedHealthcare’s mobile app Health4Me has introduced some new features, including a secure electronic bill-payment service using your smartphone. It also offers a way to comparison shop on the cost of certain medical procedures

  • Mindfulness and Soul Care Mar 10, 2015 3:00 PM
    Mindfulness is the act of paying purposeful attention to the present moment. It offers us a way to enjoy our lives more and reduce stress through a few simple practices.

  • 2015 Illinois 4-H Junior Leadership Conference Mar 10, 2015 3:00 PM
    More than 100 seventh and eighth grade youth learned ways to improve their leadership skills at the 2015 Illinois 4-H Junior Leadership Conference held Feb. 28 and March 1 at the Decatur Conference Center and Hotel in Decatur.

  • Speed up baseball? Totally unnecessary. Mar 4, 2015 12:01 AM
    A Lisle letter to the editor: I don’t see why major-league baseball wants to speed up the pace of the game. Watching players spit, chew sunflower seeds and unwrap and rewrap their gloves every time they stand near the batter’s box can be quite entertaining.

  • “American Ingenuity” theme of Fox Valley Antiques Show Mar 4, 2015 3:29 PM
    “American Ingenuity” will be the theme of the upcoming Fox Valley Antiques Show on March 14-15 in St. Charles. The focus will be on design elements of our past, highlighting the ability of top decorators to incorporate those elements into today’s modern look. Blending “old with new” is currently evident in nearly every decorating magazine, catalog and TV show. Antiques are so commonly used that many of the top stores offer reproductions at prices much higher than the cost of an original.

  • FBI: Man who robbed Lisle bank captured Mar 4, 2015 2:33 PM
    A man who robbed the Lisle Savings Bank Monday has been captured, the FBI is reporting. Bandit Tracker Chicago has reported the man was captured in the two days after robbing the bank in the 1400 block of Maple Road. The identity of the robber has not been released on the website, which is owned by the FBI.

  • Be bold, get cold for Special Olympics Illinois in Lake Bluff on Saturday Mar 9, 2015 4:11 PM
    Be a fan of brrr-avery! Support Special Olympics athletes by jumping into the waters of Lake Bluff at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 7. The funds raised from the Law Enforcement Torch Run Polar Plunge will benefit Special Olympics Illinois Far West Suburban/Area 2, which serves athletes with intellectual disabilities in DuPage, Kane and Kendall counties.

  • Navistar reports 1Q loss, beats Wall Street expectations Mar 3, 2015 8:16 AM
    Navistar International Corp. on Tuesday reported a loss of $42 million in its fiscal first quarter. The Lisle-based company said it had a loss of 52 cents per share. Losses, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, came to $1.10 per share.

  • Modern style intersects with history at Fox Valley Antiques Show Mar 10, 2015 5:52 PM
    Come find your original (not a mass-produced, “Made in Taiwan” copy) at the Fox Valley Antiques Show. The gathering will feature 55 dealers from 14 states, bringing a great variety of 18th- to early-20th century antiques to St. Charles on March 14-15.

  • Mark Boyle: Candidate Profile Mar 10, 2015 5:33 PM
    Candidate information for Mark Boyle, running for Lisle Village Board

  • Robert Mandel: Candidate Profile Mar 10, 2015 5:33 PM
    Candidate information for Robert Mandel, running for Lisle Village Board

  • Cathy Cawiezel: Candidate Profile Mar 10, 2015 5:33 PM
    Candidate information for Cathy Cawiezel, running for Lisle Village Board

  • Kristy Grau: Candidate Profile Mar 10, 2015 5:33 PM
    Candidate information for Kristy Grau, running for Lisle Village Board

  • Endorsements: Boyle, Cawiezel, Mandel for Lisle trustee Mar 1, 2015 1:00 AM
    The Daily Herald endorses Mark Boyle, Cathy Cawiezel and Rob Mandel for Lisle village board.

  • Mueller promotes three managers to directors Feb 28, 2015 12:02 AM
    CPA and Management Consulting firm Mueller today announced that it has promoted three managers to directors of its Audit and Tax practices, respectively. The promotions are effective immediately.

  • Lake County 4-H holds International Festival Mar 5, 2015 1:41 PM
    The annual Lake County 4-H International Festival was held Feb. 22 at the Lake County Fairgrounds.

  • Bridal web site features suburban vendors Feb 27, 2015 8:30 AM
    Kukec's eBuzz column features, which recently started to expand and offers about 80 companies and vendors in the Chicago and suburban market. The subscription site offers brides a chance to learn about vendors as they plan their weddings.

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