March 14, 2018By Eric DeGrechie, EditorNews, School
For Regina Dominican students Gillian King and Beth Gillespie, sitting idle following last month’s mass shooting in Parkland, Fla., was just not an option.
Elizabeth Feoktistov (left), of Glenview, and Nathan Gelfgat, of Wilmette, demonstrate their tower project in front of the audience earlier this month at Marie Murphy’s Science Olympiad in Wilmette. Photos submitted
March 14 is more than the eve of the Ides of March, the anniversary of Julius Caesar’s untimely demise.
Cameron Smith, of The Organic Gardner, oversees friends Greta Zoll, 10, Elsa Hyscer, 10, and Adelaide Riedl, 10, all of Wilmette, plant green bean seeds at the Going Green Matters environmental fair Sunday, March 11, at the at Michigan Shores Club in Wilmette. Photos by Rhonda Holcomb/22nd Century Media
March 11, 2018By Alexa Burnell, Freelance ReporterNews
Go Green Wilmette and the Village of Wilmette welcomed more than 100 environmentally-conscious exhibitors to partake in the 12th annual community environmental fair on Sunday, March 10, held at the Michigan Shores Club.
The 57 Wilmette Junior High School students who participated in the school’s Parent Teacher Organization-sponsored musical, “Aladdin Jr.,” which runs through March 18, didn’t need their own personal genie to have their wish of meeting a Broadway actor granted.