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VNA Health Care to offer Free Child Passenger Safety Seat Check Up May 3rd

On Saturday, May 3, 2014, VNA Health Care will provide free child passenger safety seat checks at its location at 400 N. Highland Avenue in Aurora. 
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3 Days of “FUN-RAISING” Family Events This Weekend, April 24th-26th

Derby Night; 5 Course Dinner Tasting with Chef Emily Ellyn of the Food Network; 
and a Spring Expo & Bake Sale For Local Child, Madi Beetham
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Plano American Legion Post 395 accepting Scholarship Applications

Scholarship applications are now available from Leon Burson Post 395 Plano, IL. Two, one year,
$1000 scholarships will be awarded.
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Waubonsee Income Tax Prep Volunteers Net Results, Recognition from City of Aurora

Sugar Grove, IL – Thanks to a team of volunteers associated with Waubonsee Community College, nearly 750 area low-... 
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Kendall County Master Gardner Plant Sale - Open House May 17th

Yes, spring had finally arrived, and it's time to start thinking about our gardens, patios, and creative landscape designs.
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Somonauk Man Meets POW Poet

Somonauk resident Tom Martin, right, met retired U.S. Air Force Major General John L. Borling, left, in Montgomery on Tuesday. Borling, a Rockford resident, mentally wrote and memorized his "Taps on the Walls: Poems from the Hanoi Hilton" (Master Wings Publishing, 2013) during imprisonment as an Air Force captain at North Vietnam's Hoa Lo prison from 1966 to 1973. Borling keynoted the Navy League Aurora Council’s April meeting at Grandma's Table Restaurant in Montgomery. (Al Benson photo)

Valley West Hospital ranked by Consumer Reports

SANDWICH, IL — Valley West Hospital is one of 71 local hospitals listed in the most recent Consumer Reports list of safety scores.
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Bringing 'Last Supper' to Life

In a second annual “Living Last Supper,” Leonardo da Vinci's famed 1497 "The Last Supper" fresco was brought to life in a stage production at Wesley United Methodist Church in Aurora, Ill., at 7 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, April 17-18. From left are J.T. Connell, Peter; Josh Reynolds, John; Rev. John Bell, Wesley UMC pastor, Jesus; Bill Garbe, Thomas; Dave Stoddard, James; and Bob McKnight, Philip. Disciples not pictured are Bruce Lindgren, Andrew; Larry Miller, Simon; Joe Rigaud, Judas; Bill Frazier, Thaddeus; Jonathan Akyea, James the Lesser; Fred Neuman, Matthew; and Nathan Connell, Nathaniel. The event included music by a harpist, vocal soloists and a women's choir plus communion and refreshments. (Al Benson photo)


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