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Reading the tea leaves

Sugar Grove Library’s Java Plus now offers extensive variety of teas SUGAR GROVE—Java Plus, located within the Sugar Grove Public Library, recently began offering an extensive list of available teas, thanks to the addition of Scott Saanguann to its team. “I hired Scott about two months ago. He’s owned tea shops in China for the… Keep Reading

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Let there be lights

McCannon raising funds to decorate, light up 60-foot-tall evergreen tree in Sugar Grove SUGAR GROVE—Longtime Sugar Grove resident Karen McCannon and her garden club 45 years ago planted the evergreen tree near the Sugar Grove welcome sign at Route 47 and Cross Street. So when the village stopped decorating it with lights for Christmas last… Keep Reading

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Photos: Sunday Funday at SKD

St. Katharine Drexel held its annual parish picnic on the grounds of the Dugan Road Church on Sunday. Approximately 200 parishioners were in attendance. There was a variety of activities, including a cake walk, bags, paint your own pumpkin, and an array of foods and desserts. Keep Reading

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Photos: Sept. 27 Blood Moon eclipse

Herald Newspapers photographers Mary Paulson and Laura Gampfer, in addition to many community members, submitted photos of Sunday’s Blood Moon eclipse. Feature photo (above) by Bonnie Meyer, Big Rock. Photos by Mary Paulson: Photos by Laura Gampfer Community Submitted (Robert Hartford, Chuck Liss, Ron Vohs, Michael Lamczyk, Chris Edwards, Bonnie Meyer, Lisa Wagner, Shannon Stahl): Keep Reading

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Chamber to host horse racing fundraiser

SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Chamber of Commerce and Industry is off to the races planning its next fundraiser to take place Thursday, Oct. 22, at Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove. The chamber’s ‘Night at the Races,’ event will begin at 6:30 p.m. and serve as a mock Kentucky Derby, allowing businesses from surrounding areas… Keep Reading

Regional/Sugar Grove

Dugan Road south leg closure begins Sept. 28

SUGAR GROVE—BNSF Railroad recently announced that the south leg of Dugan Road, at the intersection with Route 30 and the railroad crossing, will close for repairs beginning Monday, Sept. 28, weather permitting. The closure is expected to remain in place until approximately Thursday, Oct. 1. The closure is part of the ongoing intersection improvements made… Keep Reading

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Mending a broken heart

Sugar Grove church offers DivorceCare sessions SUGAR GROVE—Calvary West Church in Sugar Grove currently offers DivorceCare, a Christian-based divorce support group that is available at churches around the world. The program meets on Thursdays through Dec. 10, 7 to 9 p.m. in the NXT/Fellowship Room at Calvary West Church, 1600 Beta Drive, Sugar Grove. People… Keep Reading

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A little dribbling, a lot of learning

Sugar Grove youth basketball league teaches fundamentals, life lessons SUGAR GROVE—Sugar Grove’s Lil’ Dribblers basketball team is a squad comprised of 24 first- and second-graders. According to Sugar Grove Park District Athletic Manager Liz Webb, Lil’ Dribblers, and other programs similar to it offered within the Park District, lets kids experience a sport without the… Keep Reading

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Bliss Woods habitat restoration workday Sept. 26

SUGAR GROVE—A Bliss Woods habitat restoration workday will take place on Saturday, Sept. 26, 9 a.m. to noon at Bliss Woods Forest Preserve, located on Bliss Road, just east of Route 47 in Sugar Grove. Seed gathering will be the task for the day. Interested people should bring gloves and wear long pants and sturdy… Keep Reading

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Taking a giant step

Rich Harvest Farms to host autism fundraiser walk Oct. 3 SUGAR GROVE—Autism affects one in 68 children, including one in 42 boys, and there is no medical detection or cure. It’s also the fastest-growing developmental disorder in the United States and costs each family that suffers from it about $60,000 a year. The need for… Keep Reading

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Game over

Sugar Grove turns down video gaming cafe request SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Village Board on Tuesday declined a request for a video gaming cafe. Chirag Shah during the Village Board meeting proposed a 1,400-square-foot video gaming cafe at 472 N. Sugar Grove Parkway, Suite B, located next to Jimmy John’s and Great Clips. Shah communicated… Keep Reading

Faith/Sugar Grove

Photos: Backpack blessings

On Sunday, St. Katharine Drexel hosted a Backpack and Bookbag Blessing at the Religious Education Parent and Child Meeting to kick off the 2015-16 religious education school year. John Lamperis was there and gave a speech entitled “An Amazing Journey.” Afterward, there was an opportunity to meet the religious education teachers. Children brought their backpacks… Keep Reading

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Photos: Reading to Rover

Three dogs from Fox Valley Therapy Dogs came to the Sugar Grove Library on Saturday. Readers from kindergarten through fifth grade could practice reading to these sweet and friendly dogs. Keep Reading

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For the movies

Sugar Grove Library program screens classic films SUGAR GROVE—Scott Noblitt calls himself a movie buff, but he’s better known by his official title: Circulation supervisor at the Sugar Grove Public Library. Noblitt runs a monthly movie series program at the library called Classic Movie Afternoon. The next classic movie screening will take place on Thursday,… Keep Reading

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Photos: Aardvark adventures

Children met Arthur the Aardvark from Marc Brown’s books—and as seen on PBS—listened to stories and joined in on fun activities on Saturday at the Sugar Grove Library. Arthur the Aardvark (above) is given a warm welcome from children and their parents on Saturday. Keep Reading

Regional/Sugar Grove

Baskets for Bev

Fundraiser seeks to help support former library director SUGAR GROVE—Supporters of former Sugar Grove Library Director Beverly Holmes Hughes are gathering donations of themed baskets to raise money for Bev and her family as she undergoes additional treatment for cancer. Community members and businesses have been invited to donate a basket with a minimum value… Keep Reading

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Distant early warning

SUGAR GROVE—Screening tests for health are more important than ever, and the local community need only travel to Sugar Grove to get an exam. Dr. Shahab Mohiuddin specializes in family practice with the Rush-Copley Medical Group of Sugar Grove. She recommended screening tests that check for breast cancer and cervical cancer for women, colon cancer… Keep Reading

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