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An increase in Lockport Township High School’s graduation rate and an evaluation of the school’s Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers dominated discussion Dec. 21 at the District 205 Board of Education regular meeting.

Superintendent Todd Wernet and Assistant Superintendent Brett Gould presented the 2015 Illinois District Report Card to the Board of Education. The report card included data related to the district’s financial status, graduation rates and PARCC test results. 

Max Lapthorne
Mullets Sports Bar and Restaurant (14903 S. Bell Road, Homer Glen; (708) 645-7000) 7 p.m. Wednesdays: Trivia
Max Lapthorne
Will County Clerk Nancy Schultz Voots is seeking additional election Judges to work the Consolidated Election on April 4, 2017.
Erin Redmond

Carson

TLC Animal Shelter

13016 W. 151st St.

Homer Glen, IL 60491

Carson is a 5-year-old red merle chihuahua. He would be better for a family with older children since he was not raised with toddlers. He his housebroken, loves to cuddle up in your arms and weighs about eight pounds. To see more of him, visit tlcanimalshelter.org or go to the Tender Loving Care Facebook page. You can stop by the shelter to see him. You may also call for more information at (708) 301-1594.

Max Lapthorne

Cross of Glory Lutheran Church (14719 W. 163rd St., Homer Glen)

Worship Service

9:30 a.m. Sundays, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. 

Parishioners may use the nursery for their children up to age 3 during services. There is a Kids Klub for children in grades 4-5 during the service. 

Jacquelyn Schlabach

HOMER GLEN

Mullets Sports Bar and Restaurant

(14903 S. Bell Road, Homer Glen; (708) 645-7000)

7 p.m. Wednesdays: Trivia

LOCKPORT

The Outpost Pub & Grill

(14929 Archer Ave., Lockport; (815) 836-8893)

8 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays: Live DJ and Karaoke

Strike N Spare II

Erin Redmond
We live in a time when people often report feeling disconnected in a hyper-connected world. How is it possible, when communicating has never been easier, that so many feel lonely and isolated, seeking purpose and significance?
Erin Redmond
I must say, I am always impressed with the things that Homer Glen residents are doing — and continue to do — in their community.
Jacquelyn Schlabach
Vinyasa Yoga: 9-10 a.m. to noon, Aug. 11, Homer Township Public Library, 14320 W. 151st St., Homer Glen. Marti Anne’s vinyasa flow yoga class begins with a series of Sun Salutations to bring in movement and breath.
Brittany Kapa

Thursday: ‘Frozen’ Sing-A-Long: 4:30 p.m. Jan. 28, Homer Township Public Library, 14320 W. 151st St., Homer Glen. There will be a showing of the movie along with subtitles and lyrics shown so participants can sing along with the songs. Attendees are encouraged to wear “Frozen” costumes, but it is not required. Children under age 5 must be accompanied by an adult. For more information, contact Susie Spratt at (708) 301-7908 or sspratt@homerlibrary.org.

Max Lapthorne

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