Justin Blake, uncle of the man shot and paralyzed by a Kenosha police officer last year, was pulled over Saturday after a demonstration. A group of nurses alleges religious discrimination. GoodRx is working with leading pharmacy chains to get you lower prices for your flu shot.
A seven-bedroom "white elephant" slated to be brought down could survive another days thanks to the Historic Preservation Commission. Thanksgiving travel is expected to rebound to pre-pandemic levels.
Planning ahead to get out of the Wilmette area can help avoid any delays. Police arrested a third person in connection with Tuesday's attempted carjacking. Recent obituaries and upcoming services on Chicago's North Shore. New Trier High School officials will break ground next month on a replacement for the Gates Gymnasium and a boiler plant built in Michael Baker's field goal at the end of the first half is the difference in Loyola win.
Tuesday, pm Skokie, IL. Wednesday, am Wilmette-Kenilworth, IL. Wednesday, pm Wilmette-Kenilworth, IL. Friday, pm Chicago, IL. Saturday, pm Winnetka-Glencoe, IL. Sunday, am Glenview, IL. Saturday, am Evanston, IL. Saturday, am Lincoln Square, IL. Be sure to include your angel tag name in the memo or gift section so they are easily identified.
Your generosity is the driving force that enables us to provide clothing and toys to deserving families in the Chicago area. Free Organ Concert this Sunday, November 14, at 4 p. Andrea Handley, Trinity organist, will be one of the seven members playing a program of music written by founding members of AGO, including Sowerby, Paine, Wyton, Simmons, and more.
Tracy McKeithen and Lisa R. D'Angelo, co-founders of Women Initiating New Directions WINDwill talk about the amazing women who are trying to make better lives for themselves after interactions with the criminal justice system. WIND's mission is to inspire women with a history of incarceration, or those at risk of being incarcerated, to de a thriving life journey using newly learned tools and strategies for success. This event is open to all. Every Christmas there are children who do not receive gifts because their families are struggling financially and cannot afford the expense.
You can shop through our Walmart, Amazon or Target Registries. For those that want to adopt and purchase for a specific angel, it is now even easier this year.
You can go to this link and pick out an angel and purchase items on their wish list. If you have any questions, please call or Christina at or christina.
Your participation is critical — the gifts kids receive from you are often the only ones they open on Christmas morning. From November 1 - 15 we will be collecting new and gently used coats in addition to warm winter clothing and accessories for adults and children. These items will be donated to families living on the far South Side of Chicago. Please contact Melinda Wold with any questions at activities womansclubofwilmette.
Initially, the launch of Pickles Group would have been the sole focus of this community post. But within days of its "soft" launch earlier this month, Pickles lost one of its founding parents — Wilmette resident, Ned Smith, three years after being diagnosed with glioblastoma. The Smiths are my neighbors and friends and as our community mourns his loss, we also want to celebrate his legacy; Pickles Group - a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids with a parent, guardian, or caregiver who has cancer. Pickles grew organically out of the experiences of three North Shore families: -Ned Smith - a beloved business school professor at Northwestern, survived by his wife Erin, two sons Finnegan and Beckett, and two daughters, Eliza and Cecily.
When Erika, who didn't have any risk factors, was diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer, the family's world was turned upside down. Then Jeff was diagnosed with stage IIIb colorectal cancer. Along with the Agnews and the Hlavaceks, Erin and Ned knew it would take a village to navigate their family's cancer journey for themselves and their four children.
Enter Pickles: a new nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids with a parent or a guardian who has cancer. By creating thriving communities of kids supporting kids through their parents' cancer journeys. Pickles launched with a free pilot program in Chicago's North Shore and currently serves two dozen children. The organization plans to expand throughout the Chicagoland area in and then across the U. They're all gone! Over 22 years Trinity's PP has united the community, provided fun family adventure, and raised money for worthy causes - part of the revenue returns to the Native American farmers in New Mexico who grew them and the rest is distributed by Trinity to ministries and charities in and around Wilmette.
Thanks to all who bought your pumpkins at Trinity. We hope that you are enjoying your pumpkins and that you take satisfaction in how they contribute to communities near and far.
They appreciate that sun safety can help prevent melanoma. A jazz combo from New Trier High School shown above, Suzanne Cross and the Mighty Grouper Blues band, and a jazz combo from the Midwest Young Artists Conservatory Jazz donated their time and acclaimed talent to entertain a dedicated crowd representing ticket holders. Wonderful weather and a local food truck completed a memorable evening for all in attendance.
Our Place was born as an alternative to these options and offers direct service with over 48 hours of programing per week, 52 weeks per year. Funds raised will be used for programs that focus on personal growth and immersion in community life, using intensive relationships building with staff, peers, mentors and community volunteers to accomplish these objectives. For more information about Our Place, callor visit info ourplaceofnewtrier.
Plenty of adorable animals are up for adoption in the Wilmette-Kenilworth area. Looking for something to do this week? Check out these upcoming events in and around Wilmette-Kenilworth. A partial lunar eclipse is cause for a watch party to see the full frost moon turn red in the longest such event this century.
A local nonprofit purchased the first of 14 homes set to be affordable in perpetuity with the principles of a community land trust. Looking to scope out the market? Here is what the latest homes in and near Wilmette-Kenilworth have to offer.
Here's where and when you can find your local prep athletes in action. Police credited tips from the public with the arrest of two of three carjacking suspects Tuesday night. Here is a roundup of top stories from recent days in the northern Chicago suburbs.
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