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12 | January 25, 2018 | The tinley junction News Youmean, Ican now get a Low-Dose CT Lung Cancer Screening at Silver Cross? Nice! Letters from school St. George school students pen cheerful notes to seniors Students in Caring Hearts’ Club at St. George School in Tinley Park decorated birthday cards and wrote cheerful notes for the residents of Autumn Leaves Assisted Living in Orland Park. Thanks to the effort, each resident is to receive at least three special cards on his or her birthday. PHOTO SUBMITTED Opening Summer, 2018 That’s right! CTLow -Dose Lung Cancer Screening is one of the best ways tofind tumors ornodules on your lungs which may be cancerous‒especially insmokers. It’s quick, painless, non-invasive and now covered by Medicare and most insurances. Soifyou are between 55 and 77years old and have smoked atleast apack aday for 30years, are a current smoker, or quit within the last 15years, ask your doctor for anorder. If further care isneeded, you have easy access to ateam of multi-disciplinary lung specialists and advanced therapies and treatments from University ofChicago Medicine Comprehensive Cancer Center, The Midwest Institute for Robotic Surgery, and The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago –all at Silver Cross Hospital. To schedule aCTLow-Dose Lung Cancer Screening, obtainanorder from your physicianand call (815)300-7076 to schedule an appointmentatSilverCross Hospital.* *Physician’s orderrequired. NEW LENOX HORIZON Senior Living Community SPACIOUS ONE &TWO BEDROOM AFFORDABLE RENTAL APARTMENTS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS! Fully equipped kitchens Individual furnaces ¢ral air Full schedule of activities Fitness Room/Wellness Center Community Room, Game Room, Media Room 1900 Silver Cross Blvd., New Lenox • • (815) 300-7076 NEW LENOX HORIZON Senior Living Community 1101 South Cedar Road •New Lenox Call ForABrochure 630.499.9718 Community the tinley junction | January 25, 2018 | 13 Forester’s Camera Club This week’s Forester’s Camera Club image is from member Steve Svalina: “A Great Blue Heron greeting the sunrise on Old Plank Trail in the southwest suburbs.” Rolling a turkey every time Village of Orland Park’s annual event strikes again The Foresters Camera Club Photo of the week is a regular feature in The Tinley Junction depicting some of the best pictures from the club members. The FCC consists of approximately 35 members from Tinley Park, Orland Park, Mokena, Lemont , Palos Heights, Homer Glen, Worth, Midlothian and Frankfort. The group meets from 7p.m.-9 p.m. on the first and third Tuesdays of the month at Palos United Methodist Church in Palos Heights. Anyone interested in joining the club should contact Bonnie Wydra @ boui059@sbc or (708 )614-9527. In Case of Emergency Faith United Methodist Church hosting Church disaster preparedness training with Orland Park Police Department Emily Serratore, 9, of Tinley Park, watches her frozen turkey head toward bowling pins Jan. 14 during the Village of Orland Park’s Turkey Bowling event at Centennial Park. Mary Compton/22nd Century Media KODA Jessica Jean Gonzales This is Koda! He was abandoned as a kitten and I stepped up to be his mama bottle feeding him every 4 hours. Fast forward 2 years later he is now a 15 lbs and healthy. Tinley Park resident Linda Bitzer listens to Orland Park Police Deputy Chief Joe Mitchell’s church safety presentation. Laurie Fanelli/22nd Century Media To see your pet featured as Pet of the Week, e-mail photo and information to Editor Cody Mroczka, cody@tinleyjunc