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Lords and ladies of the dance

M&M Dance students enjoyed hip hop and ballet classes on Aug. 6 at the Elburn studio. M&M Dance offers classes for ages 2.5 and older in the disciplines of ballet, jazz, tap, pointe, modern, lyrical, hip hop and musical theater. Camden Smith, 4, of Elburn, practices his freestyle moves. Olivia Staudacher, 7, of Elburn, shows… Keep Reading


Block party

The second annual Lance Avenue street party in the Blackberry Creek subdivision was held on Friday. Residents decorated bikes, jumped in a bounce house, received fire truck and ambulance tours from the Elburn and Countryside Fire Department, and enjoyed old-fashioned Good Humor ice cream from the Good Humor Man. Proceeds from the ice cream sales… Keep Reading


Slippery when wet

Spill on Route 47 last week slippery, not hazardous ELBURN—The cap on a tanker truck traveling northbound on Route 47 around 2 p.m. Aug. 6 malfunctioned and fell off, causing approximately 30 gallons of hydraulic fluid to spill on the northbound lane of Route 47 near Keslinger Road. The Elburn and Countryside Fire Department, Police… Keep Reading


Books for days

Annual book sale corresponds with Elburn Days ELBURN—You probably won’t find a used copy of Harper Lee’s first-published book, “To Kill a Mockingbird” at the Elburn Days Town and Country Library used book sale, but with more than 8,000 books to choose from, you’ll probably go home with a few hidden treasures. The Library Friends… Keep Reading


Walk of a Lifetime

Elburn Scout aims to raise funds for Marklund with Eagle Scout project ELBURN—For 17-year-old Robert Simmons, joining Boy Scouts Troop 7 of Elburn has always been about helping others; whether it is a friend, family or a community. “I got involved in Scouts when my family had another family living with us, because they could… Keep Reading


Elburn residents to have access to Batavia Park District

ELBURN—Elburn residents soon will be able to join the Batavia Park District and utilize its facilities and take classes at the resident rates. Through an intergovernmental agreement between the village of Elburn and Batavia’s Park District, Elburn residents will be able to purchase a park membership at a rate of $320 per year. The cost… Keep Reading


It’s about more than hair

by Suzanne Flynn ELBURN—Born and raised in Elburn, Kriss Jones always knew she wanted to do something to give back to the community in which she loves so much. In 2004, Kriss got the opportunity to purchase the hair salon which she worked for, and she jumped at the opportunity. She renamed the salon to… Keep Reading


Photos: Elburn Leos help keep kids safe

The Elburn Leo Club held a free two-day Kids Safety Camp Aug. 3 and 4 at Lions Park. The camp was meant to provide Kaneland-area children, ages five through 10, with safety information and skills over a wide-variety of topics, such as road safety, helping injured animals, and much more. Leo volunteers (above) explain bicycle… Keep Reading


Customer appreciation at Elburn Coop Feed Store

ELBURN—Elburn Coop Feed Store announced its 2015 Purina Check-R-Board Days, a customer appreciation event. Stop by Elburn Coop Feed Store, located at 202 W. North St. Elburn, on Friday, Aug. 21, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and again Saturday, Aug. 22, from 8 a.m. 1 p.m. to register for a prize drawing and also… Keep Reading


Aug. 6 police blotter

The following reports were obtained from local police departments. The individuals charged with crimes are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Elburn • Daniel R. Fashoda, 22, of the 100 block of Noelle Bend, Lake in the Hills, Ill., was charged at 2:50 a.m. on July 25 with driving under the… Keep Reading

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Summer reading finale at Town and Country Library

ELBURN—The Elburn Town and Country Public Library will host its annual summer reading grand finale party on Friday, Aug. 7, from 5 to 8 p.m. to mark the culmination of the library’s “Read to the Rhythm” program. Everyone is welcome to attend the event. Library volunteers will serve Ream’s National Grand Champion beef wieners from… Keep Reading


One big production

A look at this year’s Elburn Days festival lineup ELBURN—One word comes to mind when considering all the activities available at Elburn Days this year: tradition. According to Elburn Lions Event Coordinator Debra Cornell, a vast majority of the events offered at Elburn Days are classic repeats from years before. “If something works, we don’t… Keep Reading


Bringing it all together

A look at the people who are working to make Elburn Days 2015 the most successful event to date ELBURN—The 86th annual Elburn Days will take place the weekend of Aug. 21-23 at Elburn Lions Park, 500 Filmore Ave., Elburn. Despite its August date, however, this year’s Elburn Days event and all of its festivities… Keep Reading


Get on your bikes and ride

Inaugural Elburn Folks on Spokes event coming soon ELBURN—Families and individuals are invited to participate in a new family-friendly event sponsored by the Elburn Chamber of Commerce: Folks on Spokes. The community bike ride will take place on Sunday, Aug. 16, and will begin and end at Kaneland Blackberry Creek Elementary School, 1122 Anderson Road,… Keep Reading


New direction

Photo: Fox Valley Wildlife Center Director Laura Kirk with the resident red-tailed hawk Zihna on Wednesday. Photo by Susan O’Neill Fox Valley Wildlife Center gets new director ELBURN—Fox Valley Wildlife Center Director Laura Kirk began working as a volunteer at the wildlife center in 2011, where she started out feeding animal babies and cleaning cages.… Keep Reading


Blackberry Township senior get-together Aug. 5

BLACKBERRY TWP—Blackberry Township will host its next senior get-together on Wednesday, Aug. 5, at 1 p.m. at Blackberry Township Hall, 43W390 Main Street Road, Elburn. The event will last until 3 p.m., but can go later if participants are having fun. This is monthly program offers some relaxed fun and a chance to get together… Keep Reading


Faivre named Community Congregational Church scholarship winner

ELBURN—Community Congregational Church of Elburn recently announced that Jeremy Faivre is the winner of the church’s scholarship, which he was awarded on June 14. The scholarship is open to youth who have been active in the church and have graduated from high school within the past two years. The scholarship was formerly known as the… Keep Reading

Focal Pointe Salon owner Karaugh Coyle of Yorkville on Monday performs eyelash extensions on St.Charles resident Carla Coyle. 
Photo by Alexis Logan

Pointe of focus

Photo: Focal Pointe Salon owner Karaugh Coyle of Yorkville on Monday performs eyelash extensions on St.Charles resident Carla Coyle. Photo by Alexis Logan Elburn waxing business prospers, offers cutting-edge service ELBURN—Focal Pointe Waxing owner Karaugh Coyle describes her shop as country, shabby chic. According to Coyle, it is by these three words that she decided… Keep Reading


Gaedel’s features live music

It was Ultimate Eddie Mary Sunday at Eddie Gaedel’s Pub and Grill in downtown Elburn, featuring Soulful Chicago pop singer Brent Brown. Scorecard buildup options included the Little Eddie burger; chicken wing, spicy pickle, shrimp, jalapeno bacon popper, Ream’s sausage stick, cheese curds, fried asparagus and onion rings. Eddie Gaedel’s bartender Bobbie Flamand (left) creates… Keep Reading

Community Sports/Elburn

Hughes Creeks celebrates holes in one

ELBURN—High Creek Golf Club in Elburn on Sunday announced it has had three holes in one this month at the course. Erik Robinson of Hampshire, Ill., hit a hole in one July 3 on the 170-yard hole No. 11 from the white tees using a five iron and a Top Flite 4 ball. Jim Cooper… Keep Reading

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