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Monday, May 14, 2018
The La Grange Art League is proud to announce a new program for children, Starts with Art. The La Grange Art League is excited to give back to the community by sponsoring children and teens with free art classes and art camps with all supplies included. The director of the program, Kathi Parisi of La Grange Park stated, “It has been well documented that art plays a vital role in the complete more
Categories: Community, Education, Human Interest, - New Type -
Wednesday, May 09, 2018
LGBA Members! PLEASE consider making a donation to Lurie Children's Miracle Network at the North Riverside Costco. All businesses will have their business logo on the donation balloon for our members to see. Restaurants may also donated food in lieu of a monetary donation. This year, our spokesperson is Jacob Simmons. Jacob and his family are Westchester residents. PLEASECONSIDEER MAKING A more
Tuesday, May 08, 2018
We are pleased to announce that Kate Hennessy is now a partner at AssetGrade. Kate joined the AssetGrade team as an Investment Advisor in 2016 with the opening of our Chicago office. Kate's depth of experience and strong client advocacy are seen in the personal and professional service she provides clients every day. It's been an exciting and busy time as our business continues to grow. Kate is more
Categories: Economic, General News Article, Community, Education
Monday, May 07, 2018
LA GRANGE, IL (May 7, 2018): For 16 years, The LeaderShop has hosted the La Grange Rocks 5K Run/Walk, a family fun event for local area residents and all interested runners. On the evening of Friday, June 8, this year, The LeaderShop will welcome the La Grange Area Department of Special Education (LADSE), the Helping Hand Center and Community Support Services as its partners in sponsoring the race more
Categories: Community
Friday, April 27, 2018
LA GRANGE, IL -- Friends, supporters, board members and staff of The LeaderShop celebrated 40 years of service to local area youth at the agency’s annual Party4Youth and raised more than $68,000, which will be used to support the agency’s many programs. The LeaderShop works with local area elementary and high school students to empower them to become the community-minded leaders of tomorrow. The more
Categories: Community, General News Article

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