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Amber is a 2-year-old terrier mix. She is good with children and other dogs.
Brittany Kapa

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

Welcome Place Preschool Open House

4-7 p.m. Thursday, April 26. Come meet the teachers as the children get to play in the classrooms.

Christian Life Church (15609 W. 159th St., Homer Glen)

Sunday Service

10 a.m.

Thursday Service

7:30 p.m.

Jacquelyn Schlabach
Undoubtedly, we have seen this community come together many times in the past when needed. The home explosion as a result of a natural gas leak that left two members of the Kolpacki family injured last December right before Christmas was perhaps one of the biggest testaments of that.
Erin Redmond
Both to fulfill his parents’ dreams and to have a “once in a lifetime” opportunity to expand his cultural horizons, Bryce Sutter is fundraising toward a People to People Immersive Travel trip to Europe, including his maternal great-grandparents’ homeland of Lithuania. He has until June 9 to raise another $3,000.
Erin Redmond

Homer Glen resident Donald Kissel took this photo of the clouds, viewed from the Wedgewoods Highlands subdivision earlier this month.

Have you captured something unique, interesting, beautiful or just plain fun on camera? Submit a photo for “Photo Op” by emailing it to lauren@homerhorizon.com, or mailing it to 11516 W. 183rd Street, Office Condo 3 Unit SW, Orland Park, IL 60467.

Lauren Finkler
Construction of the newest extension to the Village of Homer Glen’s Heroes Trail system is now complete and open for use.
Thomas Czaja

Cross of Glory Lutheran Church
(14719 W. 163rd St., Homer Glen)
Blood Drive
2-6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 3. Donors may call to set up an appointment, but walk-ins are also welcome. For more information, call (708) 301-6998.

St. Bernard Parish
(14135 S. Parker Road, Homer Glen)
40 Days For Life

Amanda Jarzynski
Pole vaulting is among the most enjoyable events to watch in track and field. There are many factors that determine whether an athlete makes it over the bar or comes crashing down with the bar on top of him or her. Speed, precision, form and release are all integral to success.
Erin Redmond

When Will County Sheriff Mike Kelley received word he had been named Sheriff of the Year by the Illinois State Crime Commission, he was not surprised.

Instead, the 29-year veteran of the Will County Sheriff’s said he knows how hard the men and women in his department work, and they deserve all the credit for his
award. 

Erin Redmond

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