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Letters to the Editor

Letter: A thank you from Family Bingo committee

On behalf of the Kaneland Blackberry Creek Elementary School PTO Family Bingo and Silent Auction Night Committee, we would like to thank everyone who generously supported the Family Bingo and Silent Auction Night Fundraiser held at Blackberry Creek Elementary on Saturday. The donations from families, community members, businesses and KBC teachers and staff will help… Keep Reading

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Letter: HorsePower Therapeutic Riding Big Bowling Fundraiser a huge success

HorsePower Therapeutic Riding held our second annual Big Bowling Fundraiser at St. Charles Bowl on Saturday, Jan. 18. Hundreds of supporters with their families and friends enjoyed bowling, pizza, a silent auction, face-painting, cupcakes, and an exciting 50/50 raffle. Both sessions of bowling were completely sold out. The gathering of the HorsePower family of supporters… Keep Reading

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Letter: Salvation Army kettle collection a huge success

Thanks to your overwhelming generosity, over $7,700 was raised this holiday season in the area Salvation Army kettles. As other groups are reporting decreases, this community has shattered its previous giving record by over $1,500. Conley Outreach Community Services serves as the Salvation Army extension site for the Kaneland area. Each fall we receive just… Keep Reading

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Letter: A thank you from Elburn Food Pantry volunteers

The Elburn Food Pantry volunteers want to thank the Elburn Jewel food store and its customers for their donations that provided 50 ham and turkey meals for the pantry’s clients this Christmas. We live in a great community, and the pantry is deeply grateful to everyone who contributed. Thank you so much. Rita Burnham Elburn… Keep Reading

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Letter: A letter to Beith Road residents

I want to thank all of the neighbors on Beith Road over this holiday season. My family was one of thousands who came out to see the Larsen Light Spectacular. I can absolutely understand your frustration and annoyance regarding the traffic. I want to thank you for your hospitality. The display brought joy and wonderment… Keep Reading

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Letter: Enough already with the taxes

As many before me have expressed opinions and concerns about taxes for Kaneland area residents, I also would like to put my concerns out there. My husband and I have been longtime residents of this state. We have watched the government push their lack of organization and corruption cost on “us,” the tax payers. We… Keep Reading

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Letter: Farley House open during Christmas in Kaneville

The Kaneville Township Historical Society will have the Farley House open during Christmas in Kaneville on Saturday, Dec. 7. Every year, we try to have different displays from the community and surrounding area. Last year, we had quilts and their connections to families in the area. This year, we would like to display mangers. We… Keep Reading

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‘Keep the Wreath Red’

The Elburn and Countryside and Sugar Grove fire protection districts recently installed wreaths, which are illuminated with red bulbs. Should a fire occur during the holiday season, in which holiday decorations are determined to be involved, one of the red bulbs will be changed to a white bulb. This will serve as a reminder to… Keep Reading

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A thank you from Kaneville Fest

A belated thank you to everyone who helped make this year’s Kaneville Fest a great success. We especially want to thank our many sponsors: Dee Withey, Schollmeyer Landscaping, Fresh Lift Cleaning Services, AFM Electrical, Alex McTavish, Russell Automotive, Behm Plumbing, American Bank & Trust, America’s Best EyeGlasses, Schmidt’s Towne Tap, Hughes Creek Golf Course, Rich’s… Keep Reading

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Letter: Knights Wrestling kicks off its season

The Knights Wrestling community is on the move at all levels. Kaneland High School kicked it off by inviting the middle school and club wrestlers to join in their Johnsons Mound training session. They braved the weather last Saturday to spend three hours of hardcore exercising, strength training and team building. Each wrestler performed in… Keep Reading

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Letter: Thank you for a great fall soccer season

The Kaneland Youth Soccer Organization (KYSO) thanks the soccer community for its help in making a great fall 2013 season. KYSO is a volunteer organization bringing recreational youth soccer to boys and girls ages 4 to 17, with nearly 300 players participating on 32 teams. Our coaches, volunteers, parents, sponsors, referees and trainers make this… Keep Reading

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Letter: Taxed to the max

Are you kidding me? Another Kaneland tax increase. What is it for this time? As if I didn’t know … Kaneland School District cannot keep up with the cities. We don’t have the commercial or industrial tax base. Therefore, it goes on the backs of the homeowners. I think it is time to ask for… Keep Reading

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