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Harter Middle School Fun Run/Walk Oct. 18

SUGAR GROVE—The second annual Kaneland Harter Middle School Fun Run/Walk will take place Sunday, Oct. 18, at 1 p.m. Registration will begin at 11:30 a.m. The untimed course is roughly two miles in length. Participants will be doused in different powdered colors at many points along the route. At the finish, a Festival of Kolor… Keep Reading

Events/Sugar Grove

All about toxicity

Sugar Grove Public Library to host ‘Toxic Friends Workshop’ Oct. 8 SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Public Library next week will host a program that deals with toxic friendships. The program, “Toxic Friendship Workshop,” will take place Thursday, Oct. 8, at 6:30 p.m. Dr. Suzanne Degges-White and Judy Pochel Van Tieghem are the authors of the… Keep Reading


Hot wheels

Elburn Lions Club to host 22nd annual All Wheel Show Oct. 3 ELBURN—Jeff Miller personally knows the impact the Elburn Lions Club can have on an individual’s life. In fact, the generosity of the Elburn Lions Club is what motivated Miller to join nearly nine years ago. “Personally, to me, the reason why I got… Keep Reading


Animal house

Open house to provide glimpse into Fox Valley Wildlife Center Oct. 4 ELBURN—Have you ever wondered what types of animals Fox Valley Wildlife Center takes in? Or what the facility looks like on the inside and how they rehabilitate all those wild animals back to health? You can find out at FVWC’s free annual open… Keep Reading

Events/Kaneland/Sugar Grove

Choose your adventure

Waubonsee Community College to host College Night event Oct. 5 SUGAR GROVE—Choosing a college can be stressful and difficult, mainly because it’s one of the biggest decisions young adults will make in their lives. Should you go to a big state university or a small private college? Do you stay closer to home or do… Keep Reading

Events/Sugar Grove

Reading the tea leaves

Sugar Grove Library’s Java Plus now offers extensive variety of teas SUGAR GROVE—Java Plus, located within the Sugar Grove Public Library, recently began offering an extensive list of available teas, thanks to the addition of Scott Saanguann to its team. “I hired Scott about two months ago. He’s owned tea shops in China for the… Keep Reading


Fight for your right

Kaneland High School to host Rape Aggression Defense classes MAPLE PARK—A group of women’s self-defense classes, offered at Kaneland High School this October, will help local participants learn how to protect themselves against rape attempts and attacks. The Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.) system teaches women how to develop and enhance the options of self-defense so… Keep Reading


Live from Elburn

Eddie Gaedel brings live music to Elburn ELBURN—Good food, check. Ice cold adult beverages, check. Bears, Cubs, Sox, Blackhawks on the big screens, check. Live music? Yes, check that box, too. Eddie Gaedel Pub and Grill, 117 N. Main St., has added live music that runs the gamut from country to alternative and everything else… Keep Reading

Faith/Sugar Grove

Photos: Sunday Funday at SKD

St. Katharine Drexel held its annual parish picnic on the grounds of the Dugan Road Church on Sunday. Approximately 200 parishioners were in attendance. There was a variety of activities, including a cake walk, bags, paint your own pumpkin, and an array of foods and desserts. Keep Reading

Events/From the Editor's Desk

EH Editorial: A real Twist on a classic story

“Please, Waubonsee Community College, we want some more!” The above paraphrased line comes from a moment in literature that has endured for over 175 years. And next month, the local community will have an opportunity to catch Waubonsee Community College’s Community Education Department and the Fox Country Players take on the musical based on that… Keep Reading

2015 Obituaries

Raymond W. McAdams

Raymond W. McAdams, 74, of Franklin Grove, Ill., formerly of Maple Park, passed away at his home, surrounded by the love and prayers of his family, on Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015. He was born June 7, 1941, at Glidden Hospital in DeKalb, the son of William and Dorothy (Kahl) McAdams. Ray grew up in Maple… Keep Reading

2015 Obituaries

Norma Joan Stastny

Norma Joan Stastny, 83, passed away peacefully, surrounded by the love and prayers of her family, Thursday, Sept. 24, 2015, at The Bickford in St. Charles, where she has made her home in recent years. She was born Jan. 3, 1932, in Buckingham, Ill., the daughter of Hiram and Edith (Larson) Allison. Norma grew up… Keep Reading

2015 Obituaries

Richard C. ‘Dick’ Snyder

Richard C. “Dick” Snyder, 76, of Pace, Fla., formerly of Maple Park, passed away Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015, at home following a short illness. He was born Sept. 27, 1938, in Aurora, to Charles H. and May H. Snyder. He married Carolyn Stearns on Sept. 30, 1961. They had four children, Christine, Arnold, Steven and… Keep Reading

2015 Obituaries

Thomas Paul Ryterske

Thomas Paul Ryterske, 65, of Lily Lake, passed away suddenly at his home, on Friday, Sept. 25, 2015. He was born Feb. 19, 1950, in Racine, Wis., the son of Peter Paul Jr. and Mary (Thraen) Ryterske. Tom grew up in Racine and attended St. Edward Catholic Grade School, Park High School, and graduated from… Keep Reading

2015 Obituaries

Richard A. ‘Mac’ McAuley

Richard A. “Mac” McAuley, 84, of Elburn, formerly of St. Charles, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015, at his home as the result of complications from Alzheimer’s disease and pneumonia. He was born on Oct. 11, 1930, in Chicago, the son of the late Anthony and Mary (Kane) McAuley. Mac was employed with… Keep Reading

Faith/Sugar Grove

Chamber to host horse racing fundraiser

SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Chamber of Commerce and Industry is off to the races planning its next fundraiser to take place Thursday, Oct. 22, at Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove. The chamber’s ‘Night at the Races,’ event will begin at 6:30 p.m. and serve as a mock Kentucky Derby, allowing businesses from surrounding areas… Keep Reading

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