MONDAY, JULY 9, 2001 DAILY HERALD SECTIONS PA6E 3 C4L4 Schaumburg's Gallery 54 to begin third annual youth arts program The Chicago Athenaeum at Schaumbufg announces its third annual Gallery 54 youth arts program which runs today through July 27 at the Athenaeum's new museum campus, 190 S. Roselle Road, Schaumburg. A public VTP reception is scheduled for September. Reception tickets are $10. The proceeds will benefit the Gallery 54 project for the following year. "The goal of Gallery 54," said Christian K. Narkiewicz-Laine, director and president of The Chicago Athenaeum, "is to create community outreach programming for urban and suburban kids as a way in which to supplement cutbacks in arts education in the public schools." The program's mission," he con- tinues, "is to provide free and meaningful arts education for urban and suburban youth without regard to gender, race or family income level as well as creating a mentoring program between youth and established artists. It increases public awareness of the importance of the arts and arts education and fosters a greater and diverse cultural awareness." Under the tutelage of experienced professional artists, Gallery 54 youth create works of art in a variety of media: painting, sculpture and design. They also develop cognitive skills vital to the workplace, such as problem solving, reasoning and decision- making, as well as interpersonal skills. The youth at Gallery 54 also gain work experience in arts-related career fields. Like the professional workplace, Gallery 54 programs focus on performance and product. The young artists are expected to produce high quality work that will be exhibited and sold at the museum's store in Chicago and in Schaumburg or through other retail outlets in the Northwest suburbs. Gallery 54 is named after Schaumburg Township Elementary School District 54. District 54 serves students from Schaumburg, Hoffman Estates,. Hanover Park, and Elk Grove Village. District 54 contains 23 grade schools and five junior high schools. 1 However, the geographic area of Gallery 54 is much larger, embracing communities in Chicago and throughout Chicago's Northwest suburbs and Western suburbs, including Schaumburg, Hoffman Es- tates, Rolling Meadows, Arlington Heights, Elgin, Rosemont, Barrington, Streamwood, Palatine, Des Plaines, Buffalo Grove, Elk Grove Village, Hanover Park, Hawthorn Woods, Inverness, Long Grove, Mount Prospect, Prospect Heights, and Wheeling. In addition, the museum is pro- 1 viding two annual summer apprentice scholarships ($2,000 each) to talented area high school students to assist in die coordination of the programs as a way to develop valuable skills that are applicable to future employment. Gallery 54 programs are organized in collaboration with local municipalities, park districts, schools, and libraries, as well as prominent arts institutions such as the Illinois Institute of Art in Schaumburg and Chicago edinic museums. A teacher from Schaumburg-Lippe, Germany is organizing sculpture classes, while Chicago artists lead mural and other painting projects. This year Gallery 54 not only offers the "Art in the Park" workshops, but also offers other special programs: Program 1: "The Literacy Bus Project," (today through July 27). This three-week special program takes place at the Schaumburg Township District Library and the Museum Building. The students work with a local poet creating poetry and then transforming it into images onto the sides of PACE buses with the help of another local muralist. Program 2: "Puppet Theatre Workshop" (today through July'27). This three-week special program will take place at The Chicago Athenaeum and will be focused on creating various types of children's puppets. The class will also provide a presentation at the end of their workshop. .Program 3: "Mask Theatre Workshop" (July 23 through 27). This week-long special program is taught by a visiting artist from Germany and will concentrate on creating masks from all over the world. A student performance is scheduled at the end of the week. : Parents interested in registering their children for Gallery 54 should call The Chicago Athenaeum's Main Museum at (847) 895-3950. For this third year, there is a registration fee and classes are limited. Births Advocate Good Shepherd Angelo Umberto D'Alessio, June 7 to Mario and Ana Luiza D'Alessio, Algonquin. Brother of Lorenzo. Grandparents: Florence D'Alessio, Palatine; and the late Umberto D'Alessio; Maria I. and Guadalupe Garza, Laredo, Texas. Great-grandmother: Colomba Paoletti, Wheeling. Advocate Lutheran General Abigail Caroline Dohrer, May 4 to Thomas and Tracy Dohrer, Addison. Grandparents: Mark and Rosanne Wilson, Addison; Larry and Paula Dohrer, Elk Grove Village. Greatgrandparents: Sam and Marilyn Bonanno, Addison; Fred Wilson, Las Vegas, Nev.; Harold Dohrer, Elkader, Iowa. Jackson Tyler Brandstadt, June 13 to Bonnie and Todd Brandstadt, Arlington Heights. Brother of Nicholas. Grandparents: Jo Ellen Dolecki, Dexter, Mich.; Rock and Kris Brandstadt, Bloomfield Hills, Mich.; Tim Evans, Seattle, Wash. Great-grandfather: Charles Evans, Portage, Mich.; Franklin and Audrey Cox, Vero Beach, Fla. Alexian Brothers Jason William Copher, June 18 to John and Carolyn Copher, Elk Grove Village. Brother of Joshua and Kevin. Grandparents: Richard and Theresa Bartels, Elk Grove Village; William and the late Mary Copher, Elk Grove Village. Victoria Dudka, June 20 to Kelly and Victor Dudka, Addison. Sister of Alexander. Grandparents: Valentina and Paul Dudka, Addison; Gerry and Dennis Wells, Elk Grove Village. Ryan Christopher Cornwall, June 24 to Ron and Charlotte Cornwall, Bartlett. Brother of Shawn. Grandparents: Gerald and Carolyn Cornwall, Oswego; Charlotte Christy, Bartlett; Richard Eckhardt, Melrose Park. Highland Park Francesca Rose Hoch, June 7 Steve and Sue Hoch, Schaumburg. Sister of Robert. Grandparents: Bob and Kathy Hoch, Elk Grove Village; Terry Camp, Itasca; Jerry and Dee Riordan, Hawthorn Woods. Hinsdale Hospital Daniel Scott Waas, June 19to Mary Beth (Szydlowski) Haas and Bill Klaas Jr. Brother of Matthew. Grandparents: Mary Ann Szydlowski and the late Tom Szydlowski, Elmhurst; Peg Klaas, Hanover Park; Bill Haas Sr., Wood Dale. Great-grandfather Frank Trzeciak, Largo, Fla: Loyola University Medical Center Michael Patrick Murray, June 28 to Jay and Nancy Murray, St. Charles: Brother of Sarah, Lauren and Caitlin. Grandparents: Wilbur and Carol Kanak, Arlington Heights; Michael and Bette Murray, West Des Moines, Iowa. Great-grandparents: Gordon and Ruth Murray, Des Moines, Iowa. Northern Illinois Medical Center Justin Patrick Wallace, June 11 to Craig and JoanneWallace, McHenry. Grandparents: George Grisco and the It's time to get quacking for Hospice Duck Race $2 Watch Battery with this ad only The eighth annual Hospice Duck Race on Aug. 11 is taking on a whole new look this year as it becomes a family event in conjunction with the Barrington Park District. The event will feature entertainment including live music, prize drawings, face painting, games and children's activities from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Also new this year is the sale of "Lit- de Quacker" ducks with prizes specifically for children, 12 and younger. In addition, this year's event is offering a grand prize of two round-trip tickets to London, England. "We've teamed with the park district to offer up some fun to the community and give them an opportunity to enjoy the evening with their families," said Bob Dymond, race chairman. "Just as Hospice serves the community, the community, through their support, has also served us over the past 20 years, making Hospice possible." Thousands of plastic ducks for the event are available for adoption. Registration forms are available throughout the community retail areas, by mail, at the August Barrington Sidewalk Days, or by calling, the Hospice Foundation of Northeastern Illinois at (847) 842-2580. The three types of ducks available this years are: VIP Ducks, which will race down the slide and to the finish line for a $1,000 cash prize; Quackers, which will swim in a large pool and be scooped up for prizes, including the grand prize, by the official Race Duck; and Litde Quackers, which will swim in the children's pool and be scooped for prizes for children 12 and younger. Joe Connelly of Harris Bank Barrington will again, serve as the official Race Duck. The grand prize for both the Quackers and Little Quackers are pro- vided by British Airways. The Quack- er grand prize is two round-trip tickets to London in British Airways' new World Traveler Plus class; the Litde Quacker grand prize is the opportu- •, nity to take several friends or family members to O'Hare International Airport for a private tour of a British Airways jet, including the cockpit, a visit to the O'Hare flight deck, and lunch with British Airways personnel. In addition, many area businesses have generously donated gift certificates and prizes. Sponsors providing support for the Duck Race include: Gold sponsors— Harris Bank Barrington, Pepper Construction Co., and Freddie and Keith Pederson; Silver sponsors — Abbott Laboratories Fund, Daily Herald, Oxysound Inc., Northwest Community Healthcare, arid the Quaker Oats Co.; Bronze sponsors — CL Graphics, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Davenport Family Funeral Home, Good Shepherd Hospital, Hollister Inc., Kemper Insurance Companies, Luster Leaf Products Inc., Scot and Lori Pepper, Recon/Optical Inc., ReMax of Barrington, Sage Products, Sam's Club of Crystal lake, Sherman Health Systems, and Wickstrom Ford. Ducks are available for a suggested donation of $250 for each VIP duck, $100 for a flock of 25 Quackers or Little Quackers, $25 for a family of six Quackers or Little Quackers, or$5 for one Quacker or Little Quacker. For 20 years, Hospice of Northeastern Illinois has served thousands of individuals with a life-limiting illness, and their families. HNI serves more 'man 135 communities in Cook, Lake, Kane, McHenry, DuPage and Boone counties. Funds raised from the event allow Hospice to provide care to those requesting service, regardless of the ability to pay. FREE Ear Piercing with this ad only ; $10 Appraisal i Certificate | with this ad only late Patricia (Brandt) Grisco, Palatine; Michael and Susan Wallace, McHen- Northwest Community Olivia Lorraine Casavant, June 3 to Ken and Rhonda Casavant, Palatine. Grandparents: Jeff and Lynn Young, Arlington Heights; Todd Lawson, Urbana; Paul and Lorraine Casavant, North Oxford, Mass. Julia Claire O'Grady, June 12 to Philip and Christine O'Grady, Arlington Heights. Grandparents: Richard ad Joann Santercola, Mount Prospect; Philip and Mary Ann O'Grady, Arlington Heights. Ashley Reagan Bickham, June 13 to Michael and Heidi Bickham, Hoffman Estates. Grandparents: David "and Nancy Rudolph, Highland Park; Jack and Diana Bickham, Chicago. Angelita-Joelle Alejandra-Sofia Robinson, June 15 to Jesse Jose M. Wacoche and Kaleena Cosette Robinson, Des Plaines. Grandparents: Hillery Kemp Robinson, Chicago; Catherine Joelle Soder, Des Plaines. Ann McCoy Leonard, June 18 to Michael and Stacy Leonard Arlington Heights Grandparents: Judy Freeman, Arlington Heights; Columbian EMERALD SALE We Buy Jewelry; & Diamonds ;'< with this od only ' ' 7/31/01 ' •• All repairs done on the premises $5 Ring Sizing up to 1 size only with this ad only 7/31/01 $3 14kGold Chain Repair with this ad only 7/31/01 ewelry Doctor Wilke Commons Mall 17 N. Wilke • Arlington Heights 253-1022 | j^.friiW;ii"©H3B^4;;M£V£^^ Michael R. Hollander, DPM, PC Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Surgery Fellow, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons Our new office is opening for patients June 14, 2001 Dr. Hollander specializes in • Surgical reconstruction of foot and ankle deformities • Sports medicine • Children's foot disorders • Diabetic foot care Dr. Hollander is a former associate professor in the department of Orthopedics of the William Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine in Chicago. Over 20 years experience in treating patients of alt ages. 1900 Hollister Dr., Suite 280 L Ubertyville • (847) 247-O053 Fund-raisers September is a busy month for the Special Leisure Services Foundation, which raises funds for Special Olympics Illinois Area 18 and the Northwest Special Recreation Association (NWSRA), as they play host for four golf outing events. Famous Freddie's Roadhouse/ Budweiser Classic — The first golf outing of the month will be held Sept. 5. With more than 200 individuals expected at the event, both the Mount Prospect Park District Golf Club and the Old Orchard Golf Course will be utilized. The Women's Open — One of the foundation's most popular golf outings, the Women's Open, will be held Sept. 14 at Chevy Chase Country Club in Wheeling. After lunch, a caddy auction takes place and the women place (heir bids to get the caddy of their choice, being enticed by delicious candies, cakes and flowers. The Arlington Classic Golf Outing —This event will be held on Sept. 20 at the Arlington Lakes Golf • Course. The outing is co-sponsored by the Arlington Heights Rotary Sunrise Club. The Greater Northwest Medical Group is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Jennifer Takata. Dr. Takata specializes in internal medicine for adults and children overage 14. Her practice focuses on providing preventive medicine, cancer screening, diabetes care and treatment for high cholesterol and heart disease. Dr. Takata received her medical degree from Midwestern University College of Osieopathic Medicine and completed her residency in internal Medicine at Lutheran General Hospital, Park Ridge. She is board certified in internal medicine. Dr. Takata is currently accepting new patients by appointment at her office at 1500 Arlington Heights Road, Arlington Heights, Illinois. She Is on the medical staff at Lutheran General Hospital and Northwest Community Hospital. Dr, Jennifer Takata Greater Northwest Medical Group 1300 Busch Parkway Buffalo Grove, Illinois 1500 Arlington Heights Road Arlington Heights, Illinois 847-342-8220 Thomas and Ann Leonard, Northfield. Cody James Gwizdala, June 18 to James and Tabatha Gwizdala, Palatine. Brother of Cheyanne. Grandparents: Jon and Donna Smith; John and Deborah Gwizdala, all of Palatine. Allen Joseph Hedke, June 18 to Todd and Debbie Hedke, Rolling Meadows. Grandparents: Lee and Judi Hutts, Palatine; Ron and Sandy Hedke, Rolling Meadows. Alexandra Merrill DrevUne, June 19 to Michael and Lora Drevline, Arlington Heights. Sister of Mallory. Grandparents: Nancy Flannigan, DeKalb; John Wrenn, Baton Rouge, La.; William and Janice Drevline, Arlington Heights. Jessica Faith Hadler, June 19 to James Hadler and Julia (Shearer) Hadler, Elk Grove Village. Sister of Emily and Daniel. Grandparents: Barbara Dolan, Edward Jurczak, Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Shearer, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hadler, all of Elk Grove Village. Antonio Vito FornareUi, June 20 to Vito and Heather Fornarelli, Palatine. Brother of Kelly. Grandparents: Dennis and Kathy O'Hara, Palatine; Mauro and Anna Fornarelli, Chicago. James Francis McManus, June 21 to Sydney and Neil McManus, Palatine. Brother of Kathleen. Grandparents: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Clark, West Des Moines, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Neil McManus, Palatine. • Madeline Rose Fasoio, June 22 to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fasoio, Rolling Meadows. Sister of Joseph. Grandparents: Mr. and Mrs. Michael Arendt, Des Plaines; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fasoio, Mount Prospect. Kirsten Kathryn Bartousek, June 23 to Stephan and Jennifer Bar^ tousek, Rolling Meadows. Grandparents: Roger and Kathy Scholk, Buffalo Grove; Candy Stoneking, 1 Park City. Alexander Arthur Weidner, June 24 to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Weidner, Palatine. Grandparents: Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Domkowski, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Weidner, all of Arlington Heights. J BUFFALO GROVE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Fifty 1/2 Raupp Blvd. Mailing Address: P.O. Box 7124 Buffalo Grove, Illinois 60089 847/541/7799 FAX 847/541/7819 YOU ARE INVITED.... The Buffalo Grove Area Chamber of Commerce will co-host a Power Luncheon with the DBR, Greater Lincolnshire and Wheeling/Prospect Heights Chambers of Commerce on Tuesday, July 10th at Cubby Bear North, on Milwaukee Avenue between Busch Parkway and Aptakisic Roads in Lincolnshire. Networking begins at 11:30 am with a Buffet Lunch served at Noon. The speaker .will be Jeff Joniak, the new play-by-play WBBM radio announcer for the Chicago Bears who will discuss the 2001 Chicago Bears. Cost of the luncheon is $15 for members in advance and $20 for members after July 6th and for non-members. Guests are always welcome. The Buffalo Grove Area Chamber of Commerce will hold a Business After Hours on Thursday, July 12th at ProStaff, 105 N. McHenry Road in Buffalo Grove from 5-7pm. Network with members of the Buffalo Grove business community. Refreshments will be served. Don't forget your business cards. The BG Networkers will meet on Tuesday, July 24th at the Buffalo Grove Area Chamber of Commerce office from 7:30-9:00 am. Please note, the change of location for this meeting. The Chambers of Business to the 6th Power will have a Day at the Races on Friday, August 24th at Ariington Park. Enjoy a scrumptious Prime Rib buffet lunch and 4 hours of open bar followed by networking and an afternoon of racing with post time beginning at 3:00 pm. The cost is $50 per person. Call for a reservation form. Reservations required by August 10th. The Chamber Welcomes New Members... EDWARD JONES 791 S. Buffalo Grove Road, Buffalo Grove 60089 541-4949 Fax 888-264-5811 Joe Mattia Full-service investment firm specializing in working with individual investors and small business owners to assist in reaching financial goals. FINANCIAL NAVIGATION, LTD. P.O. Box 5137 Buffalo Grove 60089 459-4656 Fax 459-4873 Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Steven Janis Providing guidance for developing a sound financial direction to your business. The guidance is provided by a finance corporate CFO on a contractual basis. KINGSWOOD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 401W. Dundee Road Buffalo Grove 60089 398-0770 Fax 398-0795 j Email - email@example.com Michelle M. DeFano & Pastor Richard Oliver United Methodist Congregation. For information on any of these businesses, pleas* feel free to call the Chamber Office at (847) 541-7799. The Chamber has a new e-mail address. It's - Info0bgacc.org Tho BuMo Grovo Area Chamber of Commerce is dedtaled lo Ihe promotion ol me community and Its member businesses. Chamber membership is open lo all area businesses and industries. A Chamber membership Includes networking opportunities with area businesses and other suburban Chambers, educational opportunities, free listings m Cumber puoficalions, business referrals, tree export certification, social events, Chamber-membtr-oiHy bentfils. and much more. For Information on becoming a member, please contact Chamber Membership Chair Ronald J.Jonas, Harrit Btnk Buffalo Grove, 465-0404, ext, 5902 or Executive Manger Lvnne Schneider at Ihe Chamber, M1-7799 or stop by our office behind the Buffalo Grove Wage Had at 501/2 Raupp Blvd.
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