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Specifying signage Village Board discusses upcoming additions to Homer Glen Bell Plaza at meeting, Page 4 Excess candy solution Homer businesswoman takes charge in sponsoring way to trade in extra trick-or-treating sweets to be sent to soldiers, Page 6 Helping Hailee Family of Homer Glen girl battling cancer sees tremendous support from community, Page 7 Homer Glen’s Award-Winning Hometown Newspaper homerhorizon.com • November 1, 2018 • Vol. 13 No. 40 • $1 A ® Publication ,LLC Scout-O-Ween a chance for Cub Scout Pack 64 to raise funds for future community service projects, Page 3 Trick-or-treaters Connor (left) and Kyle Ecke (middle) receive candy at Renee Brzuskiewicz’s Perfectly Posh booth during the Scout-O-Ween fundraiser for Cub Scout Pack 64 on Saturday, Oct. 27, at Lockport Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5788. Laurie Fanelli/22nd Century Media