Steindler, Shapiro spar over demographics and vision.
As capital improvement ideas for Highland Park and Deerfield High Schools take a step forward, the divisiveness in the community over the failed $133 million referendum a year ago has ebbed but not gone away. Members of the Township High School District 113 leadership team presented their ideas at a May 21 District 113 School Board meeting. At the same time, a representative from Education First presented that group’s specific plan for the two schools. Earlier: Dist. 113 Leadership Team Presents Findings Education First was the primary group opposing the 2011 referendum and continues to advocate its positions about the schools’ needs. The community group supporting the referendum was CARE. Though its members remain involved in the process …
Help raise money and animal awareness for C.A.R.E. on Saturday, May 12. Attendees will walk dogs along the beautiful sculpture park on McCormick Boulevard and socialize with other animal lovers for a good cause.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
- Janice Cha
Friday, May 4, 2012
It’s time you bring out your pooch for a good cause! On Saturday, May 12 at 9 a.m., join animal lovers throughout Chicagoland for the 17th annual Strut for Strays, hosted by C.A.R.E. The event is a volunteer-run community animal rescue effort. Evanston Mayor Elizabeth Tisdahl will also be present. You do not need a dog to attend. This annual fundraiser brings the C.A.R.E. community and their dogs together for a three-mile morning walk. The Strut course starts at Ladd Arboretum on McCormick Boulevard, and meanders along the beautiful Sculpture Park to Dempster Street and then back to the Arboretum. In addition to the walk, participants can look forward to the Doggie Carnival, hot coffee, snacks and the chance to interact with dogs of all …