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Le Mere will also be a consultant to Antioch, but will be a full-time employee on Fox Lake's payroll beginning Sept. "I still have some tasks to complete here in Antioch," said Le Mere. Business women to meet The American Business Women's Associa- tion, Express Network of the Lakes, a non-prof- it group, will meet at the Antioch community room on Rte. For additional information, call Nancy at 038-6500, Cathy at 603-2004 or Karen at 395-3454. Tickets are for adults, 48 for se- niors and for students aged 5-18. Monthly events are listed such as Mother Goose Day, Limerick Day and the day the American Red Cross was founded.
"I may not be quite as easy to get a hold of (when the changeover takes place), but I will still be here for anyone who needs me." According to Le Mere, he and Wells plan to unite the communi Ues of Fox Like and Antioch to regain the Please see FOX LAKE/ A3 Gas prices don't hinder boaters By JUUE MURPHY Staff Reporter The high gasoline prices have had little effect on those who live in or come to Antioch to enjoy a sunny day on the Chain O'Lakes. Dance beach party Fifth and sixth-graders are invited to wear their favorite beach clothes and dance to their favorite hits at the Lindenhurst Park District's Beach Party Dance on June 15, -9 p.m. The staff- supervised party includes cookies, chips and pop. Under the heading special col- lections arc suggestions for summer reading that include the books' call numbers, titles and age level appro- priateness as well as the author.
Sales manager Steve Gavin of Sequoit Harbor reports that the weather has been great, business is good, and people are boating. Fitness classes The Park District is now offering fitness classes through 'Hie Jungle Gym Fitness Cen- ter in Lindenhurst. There are links to the Library of Con- gress, Newberry Award books and Caldccott Award winning books.
"If anything had an effect on our business it was the slow economic start at the beginning of the year, and not gasoline prices," he said. Anyone interested in get- ting their child or adult in shape, sign up for one of the classes. Registering of more than one child, except same family members, by a single person will not be allowed. 173) (847) 838-2468 Try Community Bonking at its Best! The "Did You Know" supplies the fun facts "that May is Asian Pa- cific Heritage month and Older Americans month, (and) that Moses Ibn Ezra said, 'A book is a most de- lightful companion.
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Business is good at Sequoit Harbor for sale, and full slios.— Photo bv i CLASSIFIEDS Need a car, job or apt.? He's worked for the village for 27 years, and has been the village administrator at least as long as I've been here." Adding that he feels Mayor Taso Maravelas will do a great job and that residents will be happy with him as mayor.Grinder) who would steal the ladies of inmates and soldiers, and clipped his name to Jody. People 'boo' each other on the Internet, because it's so immediate. "This is very emotional - very difficult,'" Le Mere added. 13, while consulting with Antioch through a deal with the engineering firm Clark Dietz. Music on the Lakefront Tickets are now available for the Fourth Annual Music on the Lakefront Concert spon- sored by Central Baptist Family Services and Deloitte and Touche. on the shores of Cedar Lake at Lehmann Park in Lake Villa, will also feature a fireworks display, in conjunction with the Lake Villa Centennial Celebration. -» /.."• .* .-»- VI 1 - ■ Favorite Muffin -ir*m Orchard Street • Antioch Ml (near Piggly Wiggly) Hours Mon.- Fri. j • — **v* \\ m w/ purchase of a Smoothie or Cappuccino Coder V t ' *. i * * '» ' Junel t '2UUl UUMMUNITY Lakeland Newspapers/ A3 5!Clark Dietz will employee him as a consultant to both towns. Prime rate as published in the Wall Street Journal. Speakers will be Phyllis Zora of New Era Training and Marty Gannon of Pre-Paid lx»gal Service, Inc. The fee is for residents and for non-residents. Free ice cream will be provided by the Lake Villa Township Li- ons Club. .^ 1 Web site valuable resource By JUUE MURPHY Staff Reporter The Emmons School web page is valuable resource for both students and parents with calendar of event in- formation, a letter from superinten- dent Matt Tabar, the online library catalog and various student projects such as "Exploratory Class" pages and the "Community Connection." The online library catalog allows students to browse and search in the search catalog using keywords and has a special help function.