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Letters to the Editor

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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Letter: Support Kaneville Fest

I am involved in fundraising for this year’s annual Kaneville Fest celebration. We are having a wonderful fireworks show, and have one of our local bands booked, Red Woody. They will play before the fireworks show. The donations will go toward offsetting the cost of the fireworks and band. Prior to the band and fireworks,… Keep Reading

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Letter: A thank you from KHS wrestlers

The Kaneland High School wrestlers want to take a few moments and thank the Kaneland community for its generosity and support in helping the wrestling team’s cause of attending Malecek Wrestling Camp in the Wisconsin Dells. The wrestlers themselves logged over 422 hours of service in the community, excluding all the help the coaches and… Keep Reading

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Letter: A letter from David Hintzsche

I manage a local ag retail business. We provide the crop nutrients and crop protection products that enhance yields. The media attention and miscommunication that took place following the horrible tragedy in West, Texas, last month causes me concern. Early on, some sources said that anhydrous ammonia was the cause of the explosion. Those of… Keep Reading

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Letter: Knights Wrestling Club event

Knights Wrestling Club will host a one-night Intro to Wrestling 101 event on Friday, June 21. This event is open to kids from kindergarten through high school. This is designed for those kids who have zero wrestling experience and want a chance to explore this sport. During the two-hour course, kids will get to meet… Keep Reading

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Letter: Check out the Kane County Guide

As a volunteer with several organizations within Kane County, I constantly hear of people with needs in the community for social, health, human services and safety. The Kane County Guide provides a “one-stop shopping” listing for these needs. The Kane County Guide is one of the best-kept secrets in this county. Even some of the… Keep Reading

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