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24 | April 12, 2018 |

24 | April 12, 2018 | The highland park landmark News hplandmark.com Making connections Blazin’ Babes holds event at North Shore pop-up Blazin’ Babes members (left to right) Pam Levy Gross, of Glencoe, Mary Borja, of Chicago, Renata Merino Bregstone, of Glencoe, Lisa Souter, of Chicago, Emily Perlberg, of Glencoe and Allison Barnett, of Highland Park pose for a photo at the January Blazin’ Babes event in Northbrook Court. Photos submitted nfyn From Page 10 Reporting by Eric DeGrechie, Managing Editor. Full story at WilmetteBeacon.com. THE GLENVIEW LANTERN Maple students toss first dirt ahead of new school construction Twelve Maple School students wielding golden spades broke ground for their new school against a backdrop of industrial bulldozers, excavators and backhoe loaders. Wearing red, plastic hard hats and winter coats, the Mustangs dug their tools into the ground and flung dirt into the sky amid a chorus of cheers at the end of Northbrook/Glenview School District 30’s groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday, April 5. Then the D30 Board of Education took its turn, followed by district administrators, staff, teachers, village leaders, local politicians, former board members, the architectural team from ARCON Associates and representatives from Nicholas & Associates Construction. The ceremony began inside the school, where Maple Principal Dr. Nathan Carter and D30 Superintendent Dr. Brian Wegley addressed a gymnasium packed with students, parents and key stakeholders. Carter spent most of his time at the podium thanking the countless individuals who dedicated their time to actualizing the project while Wegley outlined the fruits of their labors via a Powerpoint presentation. “This is truly a community that cares about its students, and they showed that during the referendum and how they voted,” Carter said after the ceremony. “This project means a great deal to us. It means that our students will have access to technology and learning spaces that will benefit their education, and it means we will have a consistent climate from classroom to classroom.” Reporting by Chris Pullam, Contributing Editor. Full story at GlenviewLantern. com.

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