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FROM THE MOKENA MESSENGER
A critter carol: Mokena music school supports local animal shelter
As the snow gently fell outside the afternoon of Dec. 4, students of Mokena’s All About Music & Children’s Theatre embraced the spirit of the winter wonderland outside, performing a variety of holiday tunes for their friends and family at this year’s Caroling for Critters music recital.
Sometimes it doesn’t matter how well you’re playing because you simply run into a better team.
That was the case on a rainy Halloween morning Saturday, Oct. 31, as Chicago Washington blanked Providence 4-0 in the Class 2A Lincoln-Way West Sectional championship match.
The fact that the Celtics were even playing on the day before the calendar turned to November is hard to believe, since it took them nearly an entire season to finally click.
When a couple comes to me with a marriage problem, I always reassure them of one thing — they do not have a “marriage problem” because there is no such thing. There are only problems in knowing the real why behind being a man and being a woman and in turn how to be man and woman for each other.
The only thing more difficult than achieving greatness is turning around a year later and doing it again.
That’s the challenge the Lockport Township girls bowling team faces this season after winning the state championship last year.
Coach Art Cwudzinski is proud of what his team accomplished last year, but he thinks one of the keys to his team matching that success this season will be not dwelling on the past.