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Waubonsee’s Wu elected to Fox Valley United Way

SUGAR GROVE—John Wu, director of Emergency Management and Safety at Waubonsee Community College, has been selected to serve as chairman of the board of directors for the Fox Valley United Way. Wu, of Naperville, was pre-elected to the position a year ago, when the board selected him as its vice-chairman for 2013-14. He will serve… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove considering Route 47 name change

SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Village Board on Tuesday discussed the process of changing the name of the stretch of Route 47 in Sugar Grove to “Sugar Grove Parkway.” The Economic Development Corporation (EDC) of Sugar Grove originally recommended renaming Route 47 to Sugar Grove Parkway for marketing purposes. “All agencies and property owners will be… Keep Reading

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Needham elected co-president of Aurora Noon Lions

SUGAR GROVE—Michele Needham, executive director of Human Resources at Waubonsee Community College, was recently selected to serve as co-president of the Aurora Noon Lions Club. Needham, of Plainfield, Ill., will share the presidency with Aurora lawyer Herbert Steinmetz for the 2014-15 year. Needham’s responsibilities will include helping oversee the club’s events and philanthropic efforts, including… Keep Reading

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Rambish to serve on Mutual Ground Board

SUGAR GROVE—Dr. Medea Rambish, Dean for Developmental Education and College Readiness at Waubonsee Community College, has been selected to serve on the board of directors for Mutual Ground in Aurora. Rambish, a North Aurora resident, will serve a two-year term on the board. This will mark her first term on the board. In that role,… Keep Reading

Sugar Grove United Methodist Church on July 1 welcomed its new pastor, CheonEui Oh, his wife, Sim, and their children, Ethan (middle), Elena and Elijah. CheonEui graduated from Methodist Theological Seminary in Seoul, South Korea, in 2004, and journeyed to the United States the following year to continue his religious education. He graduated from Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary in 2009, and became a provisional pastor and ordained elder in 2011 as a part of the Northern Illinois Conference. 
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United Methodist Church welcomes new pastor

SUGAR GROVE—Pastor CheonEui Oh on July 1 was welcomed as the new leader of Sugar Grove United Methodist Church. Pastor CheonEui, his wife Sim, and three kids Ethan, Elena and Elijah, are now a part of the United Methodist Church, where they hope to spread the name of their new church out into the community.… Keep Reading

The 2016 International Crown Launch luncheon took place Friday at Hotel Arista in Naperville, Ill. The actual event will take place in 2016 at Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove. LPGA golfer Anna Nordqvist was at the luncheon to share her experiences about being in the LPGA. 

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Luncheon creates excitement for 2016 International Crown

NAPERVILLE—Hotel Arista in Naperville, Ill., hosted a luncheon on Friday, Aug. 1, to launch the summer 2016 International Crown Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) event, scheduled to take place at Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove. LPGA Commissioner Michael Whan spoke about the dynamics of this completely new event. “We will have four players on… Keep Reading

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Corn Boil awards 2014 scholarships

SUGAR GROVE—As part of Sugar Grove Corn Boil 2014 festivities, Sugar Grove Chamber President Steve Ekker on Friday announced the awarding of the 2014 Sugar Grove Chamber of Commerce & Industry Scholarships. Christine Crews received a $500 scholarship for a Graduating Female High School Senior and will attend Waubonsee Community College. Michael Deja received a… Keep Reading

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A look to the future

In the final installment of its three-part series, the Elburn Herald takes a look at the projects set to define the future of Sugar Grove Big-dollar infrastructure projects are the basis of the future Village President Sean Michels envisions for Sugar Grove, which he hopes will become a destination community rather than a commuter community.… Keep Reading

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Parson named Sugar Grove Citizen of the Year

SUGAR GROVE—Sugar Grove Fire Marshal Wayne Parson was honored and celebrated as the Sugar Grove 2014 Citizen of the Year during Corn Boil opening ceremonies on Friday. Sugar Grove Village President Sean Michels spoke about Parson’s reliability and work ethic during the opening ceremony of the Corn Boil. Michels also mentioned Parson’s loyalty to his… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove ‘on the cusp’ for growth

In part two of its three-part series, the Elburn Herald takes a look at the current state of Sugar Grove, and the individuals set to lead the village into the future SUGAR GROVE—When Sugar Grove Village Board member Mari Johnson and her husband Kevin came to Sugar Grove in 1987, the population was less than… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove, Aurora townships approve intergovernmental agreement

SUGAR GROVE—Sugar Grove and Aurora townships recently approved an intergovernmental agreement to bring transportation services for seniors and disabled persons in Sugar Grove Township. The new agreement went into effect on July 1, and allows seniors, ages 65 and up, or disabled residents to schedule rides for medical appointments only on Tuesdays and Thursdays between… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove Corn Boil set July 25-27

[polldaddy poll=8203346] Corn Boil website >> SUGAR GROVE—Admission is free to the 2014 Sugar Grove Corn Boil, which will open on Friday, July 25, at 4 p.m. The volunteer community event is family friendly and offers entertainment that will appeal to everyone. In addition to the Wilson Family Show carnival, craft fair, Bingo and children’s… Keep Reading

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Corn Boil to offer fabulous band lineup

SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Corn Boil Committee recently announced the bands that will be play during the Corn Boil, Friday through Sunday, July 25-27. On Friday, July 25, at 6 p.m., the Duke Band, truly local and truly classic, will keep the classic-rock flame burning by performing the songs everyone knows and loves at 6… Keep Reading

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Building blocks that created a village

In part one of its three-part series, the Elburn Herald takes a look back at the individuals and groups that helped establish Sugar Grove not only as a village, but also as an ideal place to put down roots and raise a family SUGAR GROVE—Sugar Grove Township was first settled in the 1830s, mainly by… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove Farmers Market continues to grow

SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Farmers Market this year is bigger and better than ever, along with a wider selection of vendors for patrons to choose from, according to head volunteer Pat Graceffa. “We have fresh veggies, fruit, eggs, meat, cheese, bread, bakery (items) and cupcakes, too, along with native plants, beautiful flowering baskets, jewelry, makeup,… Keep Reading

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Village Board views presentation on industrial park concept

SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Village Board on Tuesday viewed a presentation from Jeff Dublo, executive vice president for Triumph Construction Services Corporation in Elgin, regarding potential plans to build a light industrial park. The industrial park concept would be on a 112-acre parcel located off of Route 47 on the corner of Galena Boulevard and… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove discusses road improvement funding options

SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Village Board on Tuesday discussed options regarding how the village should fund future road improvements. “There is a desire to have more road improvement,” Eichelberger said. “This topic comes up all the time. We have to get back to the age-old discussion of either relocating or cutting out other services or… Keep Reading

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