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Comcast brings family and friends closer together with the launch of Skype on Xfinity

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Comcast brings family and friends closer together with the launch of Skype on Xfinity National Rollout Begins Today in Boston and Seattle … Read more ›

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Comcast brings family and friends closer together with the launch of Skype on Xfinity

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Comcast brings family and friends closer together with the launch of Skype on Xfinity National Rollout Begins Today in Boston and Seattle … Read more ›

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Comcast brings family and friends closer together with the launch of Skype on Xfinity

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Comcast brings family and friends closer together with the launch of Skype on Xfinity

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  1. if you have any questions on where to find links or more information about the Friends of the Library, please feel free to contact us via Facebook or email, gdust14@comcast.net.

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Friends-of-the-Library-Frankfort-IL/116636315021459

    Posted to Christmas Made Easier and Cheaper with your Friends - Frankfort

  2. @runnerjim
    Great article!!!

    Hey, talent runs deep in your family!!! Samantha done good. I thought that was her but i was not sure until i saw the article. Pass on a a huge congratulations. If she needs softballs, let me know. My daughter played Varsity for Elgin and left us with a huge bucket of balls when she left for college.

    Are you a tribune reporter or local contributor?
    Marsha Love Morrow
    mmorrow11@comcast.net

    Posted to U-14 Pythons win 6th title - Streamwood

  3. We have seen what may be the adult fox by our home as well. She comes by early in the morning near Butler Lake. Joan, I’d love to see some of these photos in the Photo Exhibition that will be in the Brainerd Bldg on June 19th. Please email me at Brainerdexhibition@comcast.net if you are interested.

    Posted to Foxes raise young, hunt in suburbs - Libertyville

  4. It is great that the program is being publicized. However, it is VERY WRONG that the story began with “Fans of math challenges are invited..”

    Absolutely NO knowledge of Math is required to do Sudoku puzzles!

    One ONLY need to know what digits 1 through 9 look like!

    The program is great for all ages. I will explain, in very simple terms, techniques for beginners on May 12 and will follow up another program for those knowledgeable in Sudoku at the same library on June 23 at 7:30 to 9 PM.

    Om Johari 847-985-6677, omjohari@comcast.net

    Posted to Library Presents "Sudoku for Beginners" - Schaumburg

  5. @chocmoose13 Cheri – thank you for commenting on the TribLocal story related to the Red Shift TV show. The comment asked about the web site http://www.villaparkfd.info

    That site is working. If I can help you with access to it please let me know. email = astasch@comcast.net

    Posted to The Red Shift TV Production - Villa Park

  6. Spaces are still available, email me for an application, cindyjchristian@comcast.net

    Posted to AURORA TURNERETTES 2nd ANNUAL CRAFT/VENDOR FAIR - Aurora

  7. Thank you so much for referencing the Fox River Grove LNCI events! To date we have had children Drawing with Nature, Teens at the Yoga event, and tonight’s Sky Party.! Beach Volleyball, Nature Walk with the Village President, Yoga for Teens, Parent/Child and 20+ kids; as well as the “Dip and Drip” events are still to take place. Contact mpngrove@comcast.net or phone 847 639 0197 for details.

    Posted to Join Local Festivities and Celebrate June as Leave No Child Inside Month - Barrington Area

  8. Thank you so much for referencing the Fox River Grove LNCI events! To date we have had children Drawing with Nature, Teens at the Yoga event, and tonight’s Sky Party.! Beach Volleyball, Nature Walk with the Village President, Yoga for Teens, Parent/Child and 20+ kids; as well as the “Dip and Drip” events are still to take place. Contact mpngrove@comcast.net or phone 847 639 0197 for details.

    Posted to Join Local Festivities and Celebrate June as Leave No Child Inside Month - Lake Zurich

  9. For Information Contact:
    Geary Hedrick
    (847-336-8747)
    (eagleone5@comcast.net)

    For Immediate Release

    LIBERTYVILLE LIONS PRESENT SCHOLARSHIPS TO LIBERTYVILLE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT

    Libertyville May 26, 2010. The Libertyville Lions Club showed their support of community youth by presenting Libertyville High School student Amanda Mae Vogg a scholarship of $500 for continued education. The club presented Amanda Mae Vogg with the scholarship on May 26, 2010 at Libertyville High School.

    According to Scholarship Chairperson Lion Tim Mahaney, Amanda May Vogg has set an excellent example for fellow students to follow, and is a deserving recipient of this scholarship. Helping young people continue their education is one of the challenges our community faces, and its a need our club continues to address. We are also extraordinarily grateful for the support and contributions we received from members of the community. You are helping us make a difference.

    In addition to the scholarship, the club conducts a variety of projects and events, including Candy Day drive, selling of Sight & Sound Sweepstakes, selling of Entertainment Coupon Books, Participating in the annual Libertyville Days Festival and providing volunteers for many community events, Participate in Las Vegas Style Casino Nights, Having an annual Pancake Breakfast with Santa at the Libertyville High School, Contributed thousands of dollars to provide eye exams, glasses and hearing aids to needy residents and additionally collect thousands of pairs of used eye glasses to be distributed throughout the world.

    The Libertyville Lions Club has 28 members and meets on the first & third Wednesday of each month at 7:00pm at The Libertyville Civic Center. Lions clubs are groups of men and women who identify needs within the community and work together to fulfill those needs. For more information or to get involved with the Libertyville Lions Club, please contact Lion Geary Hedrick at 847-336-8747/ or our web site at http://www.libertyvillelionsclub.org.

    Lions Clubs International is the worlds largest service club organization with nearly 1.3+ million members in approximately 45,888 clubs in 205 countries and geographical areas around the world. Since 1917, Lions clubs have aided the blind and visually impaired and made a strong commitment to community service and serving youth throughout the world. For more information about Lions Clubs International, visit the Web site at http://www.lionsclubs.org.

    Note: The individuals in the picture from left to right are Amanda May Vogg, the scholarship recipient, and Lion Charles Deberry, the presenter.

    Posted to Scholarship - Libertyville

  10. NCJW Offers Docent Led Tour Oct 22nd: National Council of Jewish Women (NJCW) invites you to a docent-led tour of the IL Holocaust Museum Thursday, October 22nd from 6-8 p.m.

    This fundraising event for NCJW is open to all (children 12 years and up please). Space is limited to keep the groups small.

    Fee/donation(includes entry price):$36
    Fee for new members joining NCJW: $50 (includes $36 annual dues, for a $22 saving)
    Online reservations: http://www.ncjwcns.org

    For more information contact: fephraim@comcast.net

    The National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) is a grassroots organization of volunteers and advocates who turn progressive ideals into action. Inspired by Jewish values, NCJW strives for social justice by improving the quality of life for women, children and families and by safeguarding individual rights and freedoms.

    Posted to Holocaust museum hosts traveling exhibit: “Darfur: Photojournalists Respond” - Deerfield