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These three students were awarded one- year scholarships from the ' General Assembly for the 61st legislative district to state sup- ported universities. JCnuth made die dean's list this past spring at Northern Illinois University. Zachary Pratt, a biochemistry major about to begin his senior year at North Central College in Naperville, has been awarded the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship for science and mathe- matics.
She was reportedly selected from over applicants on the basis of aca- demic records and personal achievements. Finally, Andrew Elsen, sched- uled to graduate in from Lake Forest College, participated in the school's seventh annual stu- dent symposium.
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Don't be surprised if you see Elvis out and about as he'll be in town for the FridayFest classic car show and Rctrorockets concert. The cars will be cruisin' from 6- p. Rctrorockets take the stage at p,m. If you have interesting informa- tion or anecdotes to submit for "Our Tbwn" call staff reporter Julie Murphy at , ext. Stevens, who has taught school for 21 years, has been with Antioch Community Consolidated District 34 for 18 of those years. She holds a bachelor's degree in ele- mentary education and master's degree in gifted education, both from Northern Illinois University.
She received her administrative certification from Dominican University in River Forest. An Antioch resident, Stevens had been teaching fourth and fifth grade at Oakland and had served as acting principal in the absence of the regular principal. Every year more than 50 local crafters par- ticipate.
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Those interested in being among that group for this year should call , ext. Show date is Oct. In addition to crafts, food is served and a bake sale and raffle are held in conjunc- tion. Proceeds support various student activi- ties. District announces upcoming meetings Community High School District 1 17 has dctennincd the board of education meeting dates for the school year. Upcoming regular meetings will be held on the first and third Thursday of the month at 7 p.
Meeting dates for are as follows; Aug. There is only one meeting scheduled for December and it will be held on Dec. Dance team hosts camp The Antioch Community High School dance team is hosting a one-day camp for children between years on Aug. To register, or for more information, call Carissa Parker at Faith Evangelical accepts applications Faith Evangelical Lutheran School is accepting applications for the school year for preschool through eighth-grade stu- dents.
The school offers a Christian education. Amenities of the program include high aca- demic standards, low student-teacher ratio, before- and after-school programs, an extend- ed learning program and league sports. For more information, call or visit www. The church and school are located at Main St. Early childhood screening Antioch Community Consolidated District 34 offers early childhood develop- mental screening. Parents with concerns should consider this. Developmental screening is a brief series of activities and observations designed to identify children who may have a potential problem that requires further assessment, Screening is available to children between the ages of years old and who have not yet entered kindergarten within District To schedule an appointment, call the special education office at Try our statc-of-the art Shiatsu Massaging Rectlner.
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Service i i [Expires: 7. Paul Howard, director of the Antioch Senior Center and friend of Brown's the 20 years he's worked there, said he's not surprised by her non- partisan answer. She has at least one new tiling for us to discuss at every meeting. She, along with Howard, set up the pinochle tournaments held weekly at the center 20 years ago. When slie's at the center, she says grace before meals.
In honor of her th birthday, a party is being held at the Antioch Senior Center on Aug. She said, "I couldn't have visualized that I would have outlived my husband and most of my family, but I have a great Ufa All my friends, especially my guardian angel Joanie Mitchell really make all the difference. Antioch Senior Center, HolbekSL, Antioch, H , BID understands that there may be times when he needs to remove himself from board-level dis- cussions if he is elected as trustee.
I have a vest- ed interest in this community," he said. It is suffering growing pains, and Uils is an important time. After school, he said the army requested he take a reserve position as the Vietnam War was ending. He served as reservist for nine years, eamil ig the rank of lieutenant Parks said he began discussinghis interest in running for trustee with Mayor Taso Maravelas this past spring. Local realtor Mike Culat is Parks's campaign manager and treasurer. Coincidently, the village board took action to put the Route 83 corridor study and corre- sponding moratorium on hold this past spring.
As with the Route corridor plan, if completed, the study would have offered vil- lage officials guidance in mapping out a downtown development plan. To the GLP's contention that it is not for lack of effort that sewer and road improvements haven't been completed, board member Tom Baba said, "Personally, I'm losing patience with all these promissory statements. I'm worried that my property will flood.
At the end of the day, who is going to be respon- sible for that," he said. If its their water, then let them keep it; I don't want it in my basement" Sheehan said hispropertyhad never flooded in the 10 years he has lived there, not even four years ago when there was a "true" water event He said, "This water Is going to come right into little Silver Lake.
Take care of the'quaritiiy, and it doesn't matter what the quality. O'Kanc, 19, of N. Helcndolc Road, Inglesidc, was arrested on Aug. Simmons, 18, of lola, Ingleside was arrested on warrant at the intersection of Route 83 at Kairy Street at a. O'Kanc was stopped when he turned onto Route 83 from North Avenue and crossed the centerline. Additionally, the vehicle had a loud muffler. The officer detected the strong odor of alcoholic beverage on- O'Kane's breath.
O'Kanc said he had a few drinks hours ago and was okay. The officer requested field sobriety testing, all of which O'Kanc failed, because of slurred speech. A portable breath test came back with a preliminary.
O'Kanc was arrested for DUI. Simmons was unable to post and bond and was secured in a cell to await transport to the Lake County Jail. O'Kane agreed to a Breathalyzer test that came back with. He was secured in bond due to lack of bond. He was then turned over to Lake County Jail, fol- lowing charges of domestic battery and crim- inal damage to property.
Driving with a revoked license Jonathan M. He was clocked going 60 mph in a mph zone. Police observed an open packof beer, with two empty cans nearby. Strangc's Wisconsin license was reported as revoked. He was charged with driving with a revoked license, driving ah uninsured motor vehicle and illegal transport of alcohol. He received a verbal warn- ing for speeding. Driving with a suspended license Russell C. Johnivan, 28, of Ridgcway Ave. A random license plate check revealed his license is suspended for DUI.
He was charged with driving with a sus- pended license and driving an uninsured motor vehicle. The vehicle was taken into custody, pending pos- sible seizure. Suspended driver's license lindenhurst Timothy J. Enzenbacher, 29, of Regency, Lake Villa, was arrested for driving while suspended on Aug.
He was locked traveling on his motorcycle atr. When stopped, Enzenbacher provided police with an Illinois identification card. Enzenbacher was arrested and issued citations for speeding, violation of classifica- tion and driving while suspended. He was released on personal recognizance pending his Sept.