Ilir Ademaj, administrative intern at the Glencoe’s Village Manager’s office, is completing his two-year internship, and he is thankful for his time spent here reaching out to the business community.
WINNETKA — Reading has been Carly Jennings’ passion since her mother Ruth first read to her when she was young. The 11-year-old Winnetka resident began looking at Bat Mitzvah projects and last year decided to use her love of reading to provide help for another one of her passions; riding horses.
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.
The Glencoe Public Library is hosting a reception from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sunday, May 19, to honor Peggy Hamil for her 19 years of service as executive director. The public is invited to the reception at the library, 320 Park Ave. …
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.