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® BALLOT INSIDE THIS ISSUE VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE LOCAL BUSINESSES! Winnetka & northfield's Award-Winning Hometown Newspaper • February 22, 2018 • Vol. 8 No. 24 • $1 illustration by 22nd century media A ,LLC Publication Your favorite hometown newspaper is moving to a subscription model Be sure to secure your copy of the award-winning Current! We hope you have enjoyed receiving your award-winning community newspaper free of charge every week for the past eight years. In fact, we know you have, as thousands of you have asked us again and again to keep sending you The Winnetka Current. And we’ve been proud to do so. We are counting on your continued loyalty as The Current takes a step forward to become a subscription newspaper. Through the last eight years, The Winnetka Current has become the hometown newspaper for Winnetka and Northfield. The newspaper has won the hearts of residents, who annually vote The Current as Winnetka’s top source for local news and information, and critics, who have lauded The Current’s reporting numerous times. Starting Thursday, Feb. 22, subscriptions to The Current, can be secured in several ways: mail, fax, phone and online. To see details, please see the form on Page 28, visit, or call The Current at (847) 715-9163 and ask to continue receiving The Current for only 75 cents an issue ($39 a year). You may remember over the past couple years filling out a request form for your free copy of The Winnetka Current. Thanks to your continued support, we will honor those forms until they expire. If you have a valid request form, you received a letter or email from us this week that explains the process and when your free copy expires. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us. Over the next few weeks, any reader who does not have an active subscription to The Current will be removed from the mailing list. To continue to provide unmatched coverage of your hometown, from Village Council reports and stormwater updates to Sidewalk Sale coverage and New Trier sports, we ask you not to wait and subscribe today! A spot of tea Winnetka girls enjoy an oldfashioned Valentine’s Day afternoon, Page 12 A’camping we will go 22CM’s annual North Shore Camp Guide, INSIDE Doing good in the Caribbean Christian Heritage Academy students assist youth in Dominican Republic, Page 17