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46 | April 12, 2018 | The frankfort station classifieds Leave the writing to the pros. Local writing professionals for all your copy needs. BOOST YOUR BUSINESS NOW: 708.329.8594 or FOR MORE: 22CMBOOST.COM CLASSIFIEDS Help Wanted · Garage Sales · Automotive Real Estate · Rentals · Merchandise Sell It 708.326.9170 | Fax It 708.326.9179 Charge It | DEADLINE - Friday at 3pm 2703 Legal Notices the operation of Cube Training Center, anindoor hockey training facility, located at 9216 Gulfstream Road, Unit A. The property islegally described as follows: PIN: 19-09-34-326-007-0000 UNIT A IN GULFSTREAM CONDOMINIUM, AS DELINE- ATED ON APLAT OF SURVEY OF THE FOLLOWING DE- SCRIBED TRACT OF LAND: LOT 60 IN AIRPORT INDUS- TRIAL PARK UNIT NO. 2, BE- ING ASUBDIVISION OF PART OF THE NORTH 80 ACRES OF THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SEC- TION 34, TOWNSHIP 35 NORTH, RANGE 12 EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL ME- RIDIAN, ACCORDING TOTHE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED NOVEMBER 29, 1990 AS DOCUMENT R90-65424, WHICH PLAT OF SURVEY IS ATTACHED AS EXHIBIT “A” TO THE DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM RECORDED NOVEMBER 7, 2002 AS DOCU- MENT NUMBER R2002-190847, AS AMENDED FROM TIME TO TIME; TOGETHER WITH ITS UNDIVIDED PERCENTAGE IN- TEREST IN THE COMMON ELEMENTS, INWILL COUNTY, ILLINOIS. LEGAL NOTICE We hereby give notice that apublic meeting will be held before the Village of Frankfort Plan Commission/Zoning Board of Appeals on April 26, 2018, at 6:30 p.m., in the Board Room of the Frankfort Village Hall, 432 W. Nebraska Street, Frankfort, Illinois 60423. Valletta Byrd has filed an application for special use for a massage establishment to operate Equanimity Massage and Wellness, located at 20950 S. Frankfort Square Road, Unit A-4. The property is legally described as follows: PINS: 19-09-24-101-025-0000 & 19-09-24-101-026-0000 LOTS 1 AND 4INFINAL PLAT OF SUBDIVISION FOR CAPPEL COMMONS, BEING A SUBDI- VISION OF PART OFTHE EAST HALF OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 24, TOWNSHIP 35 NORTH, RANGE 12 EAST OF THE THIRD PRIN- CIPAL MERIDIAN, RECORDED OCTOBER 20, 2009 AS DOCU- MENT NUMBER R2009-125797, IN WILL COUNTY, ILLINOIS. LEGAL NOTICE We hereby give notice that apublic hearing will be held before the Village ofFrankfort Plan Commission/Zoning Board of Appeals on April 26, 2018, at 6:30 p.m., in the Board Room of the Frankfort Village Hall, 432 W. Nebraska Street, Frankfort, Illinois 60423. Automotive Real Estate 2703 Legal Notices Gary Guild has filed an application for avariance ofside yard setback from 15 feet to 13 feet to permit the construction of an addition to the existing home located at 1014 N. Butternut Circle. The property is legally described as follows: PIN: 19-09-20-204-028-0000 LOT 101, IN BUTTERNUT CREEK WOODS UNIT 4,BEING A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF THE EAST HALF OFSECTION 20, IN TOWNSHIP 35 NORTH, AND IN RANGE 12, EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL ME- RIDIAN, FRANKFORT TOWN- SHIP, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED SEPTEMBER 11, 1987 AS DOCUMENT NO. R87-50556 AND CERTIFICATE OF COR- RECTION RECORDED MARCH 15, 1998 AS DOCUMENT NO. R88-10124, IN WILL COUNTY, ILLINOIS. BID NOTICE Frankfort Township Road District is accepting sealed bids for anew 2018 Spartan Leaf Pro Plus or equal. Specifications may be picked up starting Friday April 13, 2018 after 10:00 AM at the Frankfort Township Road District office, 9434 W. LaPorte Road, Mokena, IL 60448, (708-479-9673). Bids will be received until 10:00 on Friday April 27, 2018 at which time they be publicly opened and read. The Highway Commissioner reserves the right toreject any or all bids and accept the bid most advantageous to the Township. Bill Carlson Highway Commissioner Nella Piccolin Town Clerk 2900 Merchandise Under $100 1990 Chicago Cubs All Star game souvenir ball. Cubs All Star logo on the ball (not a game ball). Great piece! $20. 708.426.3698 2high top wicker back chairs from Pier One $75. 43’H 19’W 29 seat. Call Cindee 708.212.1514 2 terrariums/ aquariums 36x12x16 and 36x18x17 plus cabinet stand all for $50. 708.774.8999 2018 pocket calendars $1 ea. T. wax spray protectant for vinyl cleaner $3. Caqr wash $3. Two auto micro 15x15” towels $3. 708.460.8308 $52 4 lines/ 7 papers Help Wanted $50 7 lines/ 7 papers Merchandise $13 per line 4 lines/ 7 papers $30 4 lines/ 7 papers 2900 Merchandise Under $100 92” queen sleeper sofa, neutral colors, smoke/pet free home $100. Love seat extra. 708.429.7107 92” queen sleeper sofa, nuetral colors, smoke free/pet free home $100. Love seat extra. 708.429.7107 All trade air plus air tools. Grinder, air hammer, ratchet, wrench sockets &chisels. All for $75. Please call 708.567.8999 Bunny water bottles w/ holders 16 oz $2, 32 oz $3. Large cat litter covered box w/ extras $15. Small guitar amp 6 in. speaker $35. 708.460.8308 Calcium chloride ice melt 50 lb bag $32. New Ames bent handle shovel, $20. Misc excellent snow shovels, used, $10 ea. 708.460.8308 Car stuff: blue coral upholstery cleaner $5. Tire shine spray or wheel cleaner $3 ea. New bone shape sponge $1.50. 708.460.8308 Hutch with 3shelves, assembly required, black $20. Round coffee table $10. Papasan chair, round shape with blue cushion $50. Can text pictures in interested. Call Beth 708.218.6334 JC Penny’s lavendar drapes, two 6ft. x5ft. panels, two valances, 58” wide. Two sparkle flower tie backs, originally $80, aksing $25. Call 708.420.0740 Ladies dresser $25. Mens dresser $25. Kitchen table $20. Night stand $20. 2ft. figure of clown $10. 708.448.3093 Lemax Xmas Village retired pieces, all lighted. Flying Santa, many extras, original boxes $100. Leave message, will call back, 708.301.3587 Metal work bench 4ft x 2ft. Pullout metal drawer attached 4’x2’ pegboard with 100+ metal hooks for tools. Electric strip attached. Very good condition $50. Call Tom 815.462.3884 Mission style sofa, good condition, medium brown twill fabric 83” long $100. 815.469.4093 Pachinko game machine, needs repair $45 OBO. 708.774.8999 sports the frankfort station | April 12, 2018 | 47 Athlete of the Week 10 Questions with Savanna Watson Savanna Watson is a senior on the Lincoln-Way East girls badminton team. How long have you been playing badminton, and how did you get started with the sport? I've been playing badminton since sophomore year, and I was deciding between and badminton, and my friend Veda — she was Athlete of the Week last week — she was like, "Oh, just try out for badminton." And I did. What are you most excited about this season? This season, I think I'm excited to go to sectionals and then eventually hopefully state. Because this year it's looking like we will. What athletic accomplishment are you the most proud of? I think the accomplishment I'm most proud of is winning conference last year with Veda for doubles. What are some of your biggest strengths as an athlete? I think resilience, because even though I might have a bad day one day I can usually bounce back and be able to improve the next. Outside of badminton, are you involved in any other sports or activities? At East I'm part of Fellowship of Christian Athletes and I played tennis for three years but I didn't this year. And I'm part of Pi Sigma Pi, Key Club and Spanish National Honor Society. How do you typically prepare for a big meet? Usually, to prepare for a big meet, sometimes Veda and I will talk before. I drink a lot of water too, because it helps me stay hydrated and focused. And just relaxing, too. Usually, I take it easy the night before. What are some things that this year's team really excels at? I think our bonding and just our overall connection, because we really just enjoy spending time with each other on and off the court. So, we're really strong in that aspect? Photo submitted What do you most enjoy about playing for the Griffins? The whole program, meeting younger kids and older kids and people from other schools too. It's fun to be able to talk to players from other schools, and also connecting with them too. Who is your role model? I think my parents are my biggest role models. But also, coach Evenhouse is a role model and some of my teachers, like Mr. McCleish and Ms. Zaplatosch too. If you won a million dollars, what would you do with it and why? I'd probably put it all on the bank, because I probably wouldn't spend it; I have to pay for college. I feel like a lot of people would probably have a more fancy answer, but I'd put it in the bank. Interview by Editor Nuria Mathog