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Local humanitarian honored at Red Cross blood drive in Kenilworth

November 11, 2019 by Submitted Content News, Community

On Oct. 22, Red Cross board member and philanthropist R. Scott Falk, of Winnetka, was honored at a blood drive hosted at the Kenilworth Club Assembly Hall in Kenilworth. 

Scott’s wife Kimberly and family friend Marley...

New Trier Fine Arts Association awards grants benefitting fine arts students

by Submitted Content News, School

Students at New Trier will perform Kabuki, engage in stage combat, build community with improvisation, and learn hip hop, jazz, and modern dance moves and more thanks to the New Trier Fine Arts Association. Recently, the non-profit, parent...

NSCDS brings back Work Day tradition in honor of centennial

by Submitted Content News, School

Dig Day, later known as Work Day, was one of North Shore Country Day’s earliest traditions, beginning in the 1920s and continuing into the late 1990s.

Last week, it made a comeback in the form of a special Centennial...

Wilmette Park Board: Possibility of permanent bathrooms at various parks discussed; truth in taxation approved

by Todd Marver, Freelance Reporter News, Local Government, Village

Just prior to the Monday, Nov. 11 Wilmette Park Board meeting, the Parks and Recreation Committee met and recommended permanent restrooms at Community Playfield, Thornwood Park and Vattman Park. 

The board didn’t take a formal vote on the...