LONG GROVE — Ladies from the Long Grove and Kildeer Neighbors and Newcomers Club honored expecting parents Prince William and Kate Middleton last week with a “Royal Baby Shower.”
BARRINGTON — It’s been quite the busy spring across the Barrington area.
Friends of Home of the Sparrow held a successful spring luncheon, Citizens for Conservation held its annual Native Shrub and Plant Sale, Field and Flower Garden Club held its annual Mother’s Day Weekend …
Carnegie Hall — the very name inspires and awes.
And it was the very place the Barrington High School Choirs competed nationally and performed beautifully last month! This is the second of my columns covering this momentous trip.
“We were rated superior top echelon of …
LAKE BARRINGTON SHORES — The tennis courts have been readied for the season and the Tennis Association has had its kick off wine and cheese party. Up next is the first official tournament, a mixed doubles draw, scheduled for Sunday, May 19. Ten new members …
Up next is the first official tournament, a mixed doubles draw, scheduled for Sunday, May 19.
Ten new members …
Barrington native Mary Lima is set to earn a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology later this month, but that will just be one of her recent accomplishments.
BARRINGTON — Tower Lakes resident Randall Cross left his job at MTV after 12 years to start a mobile application development company. Cross, a graduate of Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management, went on to launch Ethervision, which develops apps for iPhone and Android products.
Recent headlines included the news of a caregiver accused of stealing $255,000 from the Lincolnshire man that she was supposed to be looking after. The Detectives involved in this case say that events like this one occur more frequently than anyone would like to see.
Springtime brings flowers, outdoor activities and often the start of the moving discussion in families living with seniors. The cold winter months may have led to isolation, a possible illness or many other possibilities; whatever the reason, many senior living communities see an increase in tours and moving discussions as the weather improves.
Public-Private partnerships are not new. Communities and the businesses that support them often work together to provide opportunities for their residents. In Highwood, the mayor and his wife are teaming up with a local skilled nursing facility to help create a central location where seniors can connect and engage.
HIGHLAND PARK — The grounds of Highland Park’s Ravinia Festival were teeming Sunday, April 28 with individuals and families from throughout area celebrating the Jewish United Fund’s Israel Solidarity Day.