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Proposed Behavioral Hospital @ 300 Milwaukee Ave will be presented to the
Committee of the Whole on July 18, 2017



FREE Seminar: Deciphering Student Loans  a guide to understanding student loans and your repayment options
Date: Thursday, July 20th
Time: 6pm-7:30pm
Location: Sullivan Center, 635 N. Aspen Dr., Vernon Hills
RSVP Today! Visit www.EventsBCU.org
 
Are you currently looking into new student loans for college next year? Do you have existing student loans? You may feel like your student loan debt is keeping you from reaching your financial goals, or like you do not know what to do next.  Join an expert from BCU on July 20th  to help decipher student loans, learn about repayment options and how BCU can help. 
 
BCU is not-for-profit (and tax-exempt) credit union. All gains over operating expenses are returned to you as a member in the form of better rates and little to no fees, partnered with a service experience that’s simple and convenient, with local access. www.bcu.org

CLC News

CLC Trustee Griffin wins state award
Dr. William M. Griffin, a member of the College of Lake County Board of Trustees, has received the 2017 ICCTA Gary W. Davis Ethical Leadership Award from the Illinois Community College Trustees Association.
“I am extremely grateful for receiving this award,” said Dr. Griffin. “It is truly an honor to be recognized at the state level, and I’m proud to serve a college that has worked so diligently to implement ethical standards.” For details, visit http://tinyurl.com/create.php.
 
Expanded CLC farm market opens June 22
                The College of Lake County’s farm market will sell CLC-grown fresh produce, honey and cut flowers Thursdays from 3-5:30 p.m. beginning June 22. The market operates in a tent on the north side of the Technology Building, or T Wing, on the Grayslake Campus, 19351 W. Washington St. Proceeds help support student internships in the college’s horticulture career programs, including sustainable agriculture.
This year, the garden’s growing space expanded by 13,000 square feet. The produce available June 22 includes head lettuce, orange and purple carrots as well as red, golden and striped beets, Other offerings include radishes, green onions, Swiss chard, salad mix, fennel and herbs ranging from rosemary to mint. For more information, visit the Farm Market’s Facebook page. For details on the college’s sustainable agriculture program, visit www.clcillinois.edu/programs/hrt.
 
Learn forklift safety standards and basic equipment operation in four hours
 Know anyone interested in working as a forklift operator? Learn safe, professional practices in a four-hour, non-credit class offered this summer by the College of Lake County.
The training combines formal classroom instruction in Occupational Safety and Health Administration safety standards as well as practical hands-on training and evaluation of workplace performance. Training held at the Equipment Depot, 1014 Progress Dr., Grayslake. The one-session course meets from 8 a.m. to noon eitherJune 20 or July 18. Cost is $149.
For details, visit www.clcillinois.edu/wpdi. To register, call (847) 543-2615 or email professionalworkshops@clcillinois.edu.
 
CLC offers truck driver training
 Get on the road to a better career this summer in a truck driver training program offered at the College of Lake County. The course takes place June 26 to July 28, from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday-Friday, in Room T335 at the Grayslake Campus, 19351 W. Washington St.
This 160-hour basic course prepares students for the State of Illinois Commercial Driver’s License (CDL-A) exams, including the permit test, pre-trip inspection test, skills tests and road tests. Learn CDL laws, use of controls, safe driving techniques and defensive driving.
Training is provided by Eagle Training Services. For more information on course fees and to register, visit www.clcillinois.edu/professional, call (847) 543-2615 or email professionalworkshops@clcillinois.edu.

Relay For Life of GLMV
June 17, 2017
4:00pm-10:00pm
American Hotel Register
www.RelayForLife.org/GLMVIL

Generation

Arbotheater Concert June 22nd

GENERATION brings it All to the Stage! It’s a “Rock Show” of Iconic, Popular Hits Not defined by Decades… but some of the best Groundbreaking Music of our Time! Beatles to Stones…Bowie to Led Zeppelin…Aretha to Sly Stone… Songs always sure to bring Smilin’ Faces in the Crowd!

The Arbortheater is located at 50 S. Fairway Drive, just north of the Vernon Hills Athletic Complex (VHAC). Concerts are held on Thursday evenings from 7 to 9 p.m.. In case of rain the concerts will relocate at the Sullivan Center at 635 North Aspen Drive.

Concerts are open to the public and everyone is invited. Bring a blanket, lawn chairs, and picnic basket and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.

During the concerts the main parking lot is blocked off for handicap and seniors. Concert parking is in the Rogers Executive Park II parking lot adjacent to the Arbortheater. The Arbortheater can also be accessed on the bike path through Deerpath Park just north of the Castle.

Volunteers Needed for AHR Charity Event

The Leahy Family Foundation is looking for volunteers to help raise money for charity and take part in one of the biggest lacrosse tournaments in the county – July 8 and 9. This will be an excellent opportunity to work up a sweat by giving back to the community. Young people can also gain volunteer experience needed for scholarship applications and resumes by joining in the experience. While we welcome students and families, we ask that any volunteers be over age 16, as volunteers will be cooking and serving hot food.
 
The Pipe City Lacrosse Festival is held on the American Hotel grounds and will feature 225 teams playing for nearly 25,000 spectators. The Leahy Family we will be providing the drinks and concessions for the entire tournament and all money raised will benefit worthy charities like Boys & Girls Club of Lake County, Gateway for Cancer Research, and the NSSRA.
 
The event requires more than 100 people between the hours of 7am and 6pm on Saturday (7/8) and Sunday (7/9). To sign up for a shift please contact Paula Motzny at 847.743.1996 or pmotzny@americanhotel.com.
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Peak 21 Chicago Lacrosse Cup Tournament

JUNE 19 @ 8:00 AM - JUNE 21 @ 5:00 PM
The Vernon Hills Park District is pleased to host Peak 21 Lacrosse’s Chicago Lacrosse Cup June 19-21 in Deerpath Park and the Vernon Hills Athletic Complex.  This premier event will showcase some of the best high school lacrosse players from the Midwest and beyond.  Approximate game times will be Monday, June 19 from 9:00 am-6:00 pm, Tuesday, June 20 from 8:00 am-7:00 pm and Wednesday, June 21 from 8:00 am-5:00 pm.  Everyone is invited to come out and enjoy the action.  Please be aware that there will be increased traffic/activity in the park and in the area surrounding the park.  Thank you for your patience and enjoy the event.

Vernon Hills Alert Regarding Energy Solicitors

The Village of Vernon Hills asks residents to take extra caution when it comes to energy company solicitations. As example, the Village has been alerted that a company called Star Energy may be going door to door or making phone calls falsely implying that they are associated with the Village of Vernon Hills electric aggregation program and that residents should sign up with them for their electric energy. It has been reported that Star Energy representatives have been aggressive, with solicitors returning to residents’ homes several times, demanding to see their ComEd bills, and pushing them to sign contracts to purchase electric energy.

Star Energy is not in any way affiliated with the Village of Vernon Hills.

The Village reminds residents that the Vernon Hills electric aggregation program ended in May. In April, participants who participated in the Village’s electricity supply purchasing program should have received letters from ComEd notifying them that they were automatically being returned to ComEd for the electric supply portion of their energy bill. Residents didn’t need to take any action and were automatically moved back to ComEd at their meter read date in May, which will be reflected on ComEd bills received in June.

It is anticipated that with the suspension of the Village’s program, residents may receive more solicitations from various electric companies or suppliers. Residents are encouraged to take a look at options for their electric supply. However, when considering any solicitations, residents are advised to be aware of (and avoid) monthly fees that may be added to a fixed supply rate, early termination fees, and variable rates that may float with no upward cap on price. Never provide your ComEd account number to a solicitor unless you have contacted them directly to enroll and you have reviewed all of their terms and conditions. Do not feel pressured by supposed “deadlines” – solicitors have been using this scare tactic to push sales.

If solicitors contact you in-person and indicate that they are associated with the Village’s program, please contact the Village (847-367-3700) so that we can investigate and determine if the entity has a proper solicitor’s license. Further, remember that you never need to answer your door or the phone. If you are particularly concerned about any contact you receive, you should also consider calling 911 for emergency assistance. For more information about electric supply purchases, visit www.PlugInIllinois.org

Garage Sale Central

GARAGE SALES

640 Westmoreland Drive
Saturday, June 17th, 9-5
3 piece oak and glass living room table (coffee table and 2 end tables,~ lockable Lane cedar chest woman's Schwinn bike ~ girl's Schwinn bike ~,brand new infant wearable items~ several kids packaged swimming goggles brand new professional salon brushes and misc salon products ~ ladies Levi's (new) Sony dvd player (like new,refurbished) ~ signed baseball mitt (Cub's players) ladies leather jackets some clothing (designer) ~ many nice shoes and handbags Rubbermaid kitchen trash cans (new),~ misc household items. Something for everyone, priced to liquidate 

427 Chesterfield Ln 
June 15 & 16 from 9-4 and June 17 from 9-1. 
Lots of toys and games, sporting goods, and couple of book shelves and toy boxes.

COMMUNITY GARAGE SALES

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