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Letters to the Editor

Letter: A thank you from the Elburn Lions Club

The Elburn Lions Club recently hosted its 84th annual Elburn Days. As a non-profit service organization, we work hard all year-round to raise money for charities. However, Elburn Days is our largest fundraiser of the year, with all the proceeds from the events supporting Elburn Lions Charities. We had beautiful weather, lively entertainment, family fun,… Keep Reading

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Letter: Thank yous go out in Sugar Grove

Your blood donations were urgently needed and you responded. Thank you for donating the “gift of life.” The success of our blood drive depends on those who work so hard—the Sugar Grove Firefighters Auxiliary, the Sugar Grove Fire Department, the Heartland Blood Center staff, and all of our volunteers. To our awesome donors goes a… Keep Reading

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Letter: A thank you from Kaneland Sports Boosters

For the past several months, the Kaneland Sports Boosters have been challenging local businesses and supporters to “Accept the Challenge” and help raise funds for the 2013 Castle Spirit Challenge. I am extremely humbled to write that over 50 companies, businesses and individuals contributed to the Challenge and helped raise nearly $31,000 in funds, goods… Keep Reading

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Letter: School Board appoints Lopatin to replace Oberweis

The Board of Education is pleased to announce the appointment of Peter Lopatin to the Kaneland Schools’ Board of Education. Mr. Lopatin was one of five eligible candidates who were interviewed by the Board of Education. President Cheryl Krauspe stated that, “The level of experience of all candidates was impressive. During over two hours of… Keep Reading

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Letter: HMS 6th-grade Band Camp concludes

Kaneland Harter Middle School Band Camp concluded on Aug. 16 for approximately 80 incoming sixth-grade band students. The instructional staff met with students who possessed varying levels of musical understanding—from those who opened their instrument case for the first time, to those who completed the first method book. The two-week camp provided an opportunity for… Keep Reading

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Letter: District 302 announces new social media implementation

In addition to our existing communication tools, Kaneland School District 302 is pleased to announce new social media to enhance communication between home and school. We are excited to introduce the following social media to keep you informed about everything happening in Kaneland schools. Please follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr to stay up-to-date… Keep Reading

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Letter: A thank you to Sugar Grove

I would like to thank the ladies who individually submitted four nominations for me for Citizen of the Year of Sugar Grove: Diane Dempsay, Joan Perrin, Helen Jorgenson and Karen McCannon. I would like to thank the committee that decided that I should get the award. I would like to thank all those people who… Keep Reading

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Letter: Sugar Grove blood drive

Your blood donations are urgently needed. Please strongly consider donating blood on Monday, Sept. 9, at the Sugar Grove Fire Department, 25 Municipal Drive, from 3 to 7 p.m. The shortage of every given blood type can change. The Sugar Grove Firefighters Auxiliary, along with the Sugar Grove Fire Department, will host the blood drive.… Keep Reading

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Letter: Thank you Elburn Lions Club

We want to personally thank Chris Halsey, Steve O’Neil, Larry (the electrician) Dave -Security & the great group of Elburn Lions Club Volunteers who give so much of their time to this Community for hosting a wonderful Elburn Days. Thank you for all of your help with set up & tear down and for making… Keep Reading

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Letter: A thank you from the Elburn Leos

On Aug. 5-6, the Elburn Leo Club hosted their first Safety Camp for kids. Over the two-day camp, the 34 participants learned about fire, weather, railroad, firearm, bicycle and roller skating safety. The topics of basic first aid, 911, stranger danger, decision making and drug and bullying awareness were also covered. The Elburn Leos would… Keep Reading

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Letter: A thank you from the Elburn American Legion

The Post would like to thank all who supported our Elburn Days drawing. The winners were Randy Anderson ($100) of Elburn, JoAnna Anderson ($150) of Maple Park, LeRoy Herra ($250) of Elburn, Pat Hill ($500) of Kaneville, and John Nevenhoven ($1,000) of Elburn. Again, thanks to all who participated, as the drawing was a success.… Keep Reading

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Letter: A thank you from National Night Out

We would like to thank our local police and fire departments, service organizations, non-for-profit groups, local businesses, sponsors and volunteers for participating in our seventh National Night Out at the village of Campton Hills. Our community residents and their families were provided entertainment, education and information about our village services, special programs and local small… Keep Reading

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Thank you for a great soccer season

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

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Letter: A thank you to KCFAF and STPS volunteers

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the many volunteers who have committed several hours of their time to help the Kaneland Community Fine Arts Festival and Summer Theatre Performance Series. On June 22, KCFAF had over 70 volunteers serve as room and hall captains during the Granquist Music Competition, held during Geneva’s… Keep Reading

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