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Jack Randall’s season eventually had to come to a close, but he made sure to notch several more wins before calling it a campaign. The Lockport Township sophomore won the sectional singles title and his opening three matches at the state tournament.
Max Lapthorne
When it comes to publisher 22nd Century Media’s annual contests, nothing can stop the powerhouse that is the Valentine’s Day Coloring Contest. It simply is too hard to compete with children coloring hearts for soldiers and veterans. But running a close (and respectable) second is the Vacation Photo Contest — the submission period for which is now open.
Erin Redmond

he newest and coolest member of the Double Digits Club!

Happy golden birthday, Ava Jewell!!!  

May you have the best of everything — from the best of friends to the best of love — now and always!

Happy 10th birthday!

All our love,

Mommy, Daddy, Wilbur and Joplin, too! XOXO

Kirsten Onsgard
Holiday string lights can be recycled at Village Hall, 14240 W. 151st St., throughout the month of January. Mini-lights, extension cords, rope lights and LED lights can be placed in the collection box located in the lobby during Village office hours, which are 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Erin Redmond

Jean Marie Salon & Spa is looking to make a difference for children battling cancer this holiday season. The Homer Glen business is asking for donations of new, unwrapped gifts between now and Dec. 13. 

Every toy donated will enter the giver into a raffle to win a “Choose your own Gift Set for the Holidays.”

Max Lapthorne
"Rise in the presence of the aged, show respect for the elderly and revere your God. I am the Lord.” (Leviticus 19:32)
Kirsten Onsgard

FROM THE MOKENA MESSENGER 

More than just muscles: Mokena trainer, author advocates fitness

Many stories either begin or end with someone hitting a dead end. Darin Steen is somewhere in the middle.

Erin Redmond

The growing pains continue for the Providence boys basketball team.

The Celtics hosted Plainfield East in a local matchup of schools on the opposite sides of Joliet. Although both entered the game with the same record, it was the Bengals that left with the win. Behind a game-high 24 points from Jalyn Adams, they shot well and jumped out to a huge lead before coasting to a 59-38 win over Providence on Dec. 8 in New Lenox. 

Max Lapthorne
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Jacquelyn Schlabach

Providence was locked up in an old-fashioned defensive battle Friday, Sept. 4, at Oswego’s Ken Pickerill Field.


Unfortunately for the Celtics, the host Panthers just had a little more offense then they did. The Celtics shut out the Panthers in the second half, but their rally fell short in a 14-13
defeat.


It was an especially hurtful loss for the winless Celtics, who begin play in the Catholic League Blue Friday, Sept. 11, against Mt. Carmel.

Amanda Jarzynski

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