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Public aid

Sheriff’s Office seeks

suspects in alleged

gas station robbery,

Page 4

Moving

forward

D161 committee makes

decision on unit district

study, Page 6

PAWS of Tinley Park

volunteer Kelly Doherty

(left), of Mokena, embraces

Heidi Gonzalez, senior

community development

manager for the American

Cancer Society, on

Saturday, June 8, during

the Relay for Life of Greater

Will County at Lincoln-Way

North. Mary Compton/22nd

Century Media

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achievement

Hickory Creek eighthgraders

celebrate

graduation, Page 10

Relay for Life raises funds to fight cancer, Page 3

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Sound Off.....................13

Faith Briefs....................16

Puzzles..........................21

Home of the Week.........24

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THURSDAY

Girl Power: Bullying,

Competition and Mean Girls

(Ages 10-13)

1:30-2:45 p.m. June 13,

Frankfort Public Library

District, 21119 S. Pfeiffer

Road, Frankfort. We are

living in a time when girls

are against girls. How can

we lead and ignite others’

flames if we can’t even

stand with each other?

Placing more emphasis on

girls’ education, growing

healthy self-esteem, inner

beauty and respecting others

uniqueness, will keep

guiding the way for girls

to have healthier mindsets

and behavior resulting in

respect for themselves and

each other.

Ladies Night Out - Summer

Social

5-8 p.m. June 13, Orland

Park Crossing, 14225 95th

Ave., Orland Park. Free

event featuring music, a

fashion show, and a variety

of vendors with health tips

and screenings, fashion and

beauty, food, home decor,

shopping, and more. Free

tote bags to the first 200

people. Fashion show by

Jenny Applegate of The

Leading Image. Make-andtake

project with DIY Sign

Party (additional cost). For

more information and registration,

visit 22ndcentury

media.com/events.

Common App: Essay

Writing Workshop (Grades

11-12)

6:30-8 p.m. June 13,

Frankfort Public Library

District, 21119 S. Pfeiffer

Road, Frankfort. Come and

learn how to develop and

write a great essay for the

Common App for colleges.

This would be a great

workshop for juniors and

seniors who are either starting

to think about colleges

or are in the midst of applying

to colleges. Mary Ellen

Hillig, a retired teacher and

local tutor, will help students

think through how to

write a great essay for the

Common App.

Feminist Book Club

7-8 p.m. June 13, Frankfort

Public Library District,

21119 S. Pfeiffer Road,

Frankfort. Feminism: what

does it really mean? How

does it apply to our lives

today? How can we make

sure it’s not as racist and

homophobic as it historically

has been? How do we

truly achieve equality? This

month, we are discussing

“Dear Ijeawele: A Feminist

Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions

by Chimamanda

Ngozi Adichie.”

FRIDAY

Music in the Box

9:15-9:45 a.m. June 14,

Fridays through July 26

(no class July 5), Founders

Community Center, 140

Oak St., Frankfort. This

summer music class will

teach ear training, pitch development

and early music

concepts through singing

and movement. Children

are taught by a professional

musician who is trained in

the Music in the Box curriculum.

Fee is $69 for

residents and $74 for nonresidents.

SW

LIST

Fridays on the Green:

Madcap Puppets

10-11 a.m. June 14, Breidert

Green, White and

Kansas streets, Frankfort.

Fridays on the Green is

back, and so are Madcap

Puppets. When an explorer

crash lands on a strange

planet, he becomes friends

with a stranded alien. Join

them on an adventure

through the universe as

they try to find the lost alien

a new home. Thank you to

the Friends of the Frankfort

Library for generously

sponsoring this program.

In the event of inclement

weather, the program will

move indoors to the Frankfort

Public Library building.

Lincoln-Way Rock

Orchestra Concert

6 p.m. June 14, Lincoln-

Way Central Center for

Performing Arts, 1801 E.

Lincoln Highway, New

Lenox. More than 80 young

string musicians from the

surrounding communities

will perform hits from the

70s to now, orchestra style.

Songs from Bon Jovi, AC/

DC, Def Leppard, Guns ‘n’

Roses, Coldplay, Cake, Metallica,

Goo Goo Dolls, The

Police, Heart, Fleetwood

Mac, Eurhythmics and

more. These talented kids

(from sixth grade through

high school) rehearse every

evening for two weeks

at “summer rock orchestra

camp” and then put on an

awesome show.

SATURDAY

“Get Hooked on Frankfort”

Fishing Derby

8-11 a.m. June 15, Prairie

Park in Downtown Frankfort.

This event is for children

ages 3-12. Fees are $3

for Frankfort residents and

$10 for non-residents and

incude a T-shirt, drink and

snack, fishing hook and

bait. Prizes will be awarded

for the most fish caught and

biggest fish caught in each

age bracket.

SUNDAY

Concerts on the Green

6:30–8 p.m. June 16,

Breidert Green, White and

Kansas streets, Frankfort.

Sponsored by the Frankfort

Chamber of Commerce.

Enjoy “live” music

in downtown Frankfort. No

admission charge. Bring

lawn chairs and a blanket

for your enjoyment.

MONDAY

Slime Science fun

9:30-11:30 a.m. June 17,

Founders Community Center,

140 Oak St., Frankfort.

Have a blast making slime

on a summer day. We’ll

make three kinds of slime

and you’ll be able to take

them home (with parents’

permission of course). As

you make the slime, we’ll

explore the science behind

it and how certain ingredients

affect the texture and

feel. The fee is $30 for

residents and $35 for nonresidents.

Tie Dye Party

1-3 p.m. June 17, Founders

Community Center, 140

Oak St., Frankfort. Make

your own tie dye shirt and

bring anything else you’d

like to dye. We’ll learn

about colors, mixing colors

and how to make different

patterns. Cupcakes and

juice will be served. The

fee is $30 for residents and

$35 for non-residents.

Village Board Meeting

7 p.m. June 17, Frankfort

Administration Building,

432 W. Nebraska St.,

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Board meets at 7 p.m. the

first and third Monday of

each month.

TUESDAY

Tot Time

9:30-10:15 a.m. June 18,

Tuesdays through July 2,

Founders Community Center,

140 Oak St., Frankfort.

Are you ready to meet new

people and spend some

playtime with your little

one in a non-structured environment?

This is the class

for you. We will explore

large and fine motor activities

through play (lots of

toys), circle time (we sing

songs and do fingerplays)

and special time (different

each week, examples are:

playing with the parachute,

musical instruments, crafts,

etc.).

Tuesday with Friends

1-2 p.m. June 18, Frankfort

Public Library District,

21119 S. Pfeiffer Road,

Frankfort. This month, we

will discuss “Turtles All

the Way Down” by John

Green. Aza is 16 and suffers

from OCD. When her

best friend, Daisy, learns

that a reward of $100,000

is offered for help finding

a missing local millionaire

(and the father of Aza’s

childhood friend), the pair

start investigating. This is

a great story about lifelong

friendships by the author of

The Fault in Our Stars.”


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Relay for Life honors

fight against cancer

Mary Compton

Freelance Reporter

It takes a community to

beat cancer. Just ask the

hundreds of people who

participated in the Relay

For Life of Greater Will

County.

On Saturday, June

8, participants walked

around the Lincoln-Way

North football field in honor

of loved ones no longer

here — and for those who

are in the biggest battle of

their lives.

“Today has been magical,”

said Heidi Gonzalez,

senior community development

manager for the

American Cancer Society.

“Last year, we combined

Frankfort, Mokena, Manhattan.

Crete, Monee,

Beecher and Peotone. We

are greater Will County.

They’ve been doing this

for about 17 years.

According to the American

Cancer Society website,

in 2019, there will

be more than 68,000 new

cases of selected cancers

in Illinois.

“Today we are honoring

over 60 survivors that are

here,” Gonzalez said.

The day included events

such as the survivors’ celebration,

Bake Walk, a giant

Twister game, musical

chairs and more.

“We need to celebrate

survivorship, which is

well on the rise,” Gonzalez

said. “There are more

people surviving cancer

because of the research,

because of the options. We

also know some people are

not going to make it. We

need to remember them

John Biske, of Crystal Lake, runs a mile for every

year Frankfort resident DeAnn Anzaldi beat cancer on

Saturday, June 8, at the Relay For Life of Greater Will

County held at the Lincoln-Way North football field.

Mary Compton/22nd Century Media

and continue the fight.”

The Relay for Life is the

American Cancer’s Society’s

signature fundraiser.

At this Relay for Life, 18

teams raised funds. The

top team, Rebels With

A Cause, raised almost

$8,000.

Residents in local communities

that have been

diagnosed with cancer can

seek various free services

through the American

Cancer Society office located

at 17060 Oak Park

Avenue in Tinley Park.

“We will raise about

$65,000 dollars here today,”

Gonzalez said. “Every

dollar counts. Because

of that, we get to keep up

this fight. We can fund

more research, we can

provide more wigs, we

can house people in our

Hope lodges. We also have

make-up programs for ladies

that have lost all of

their hair. A lot of people

don’t know what we can

do at no charge to the patient.

We even have volunteers

that take them to and

from treatment.”

Because of services like

these, survivors have had

community members stand

with them as they battle

the war on cancer. One of

those survivors is DeAnn

Anzaldi, of Frankfort. She

received so much support

that she is now the event

chair and has volunteered

for the American Cancer

Society since 2003.

“I was 35, when I went

for my first mammogram,”

Anzaldi said. “There is no

history of breast cancer

in my family. They saw a

spot and [I] had cancer ...

On my 36th birthday, I had

my first chemo treatment.”

She offered words of

encouragement to those

walking around the track

during the relay.

“If you’re going through

this now, find other people

that have been there and

done that,” she said. “You

are not alone. This is not

always a death sentence.

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Two suspects sought in

alleged Frankfort robbery

Bill Jones, Managing Editor

Two men police say

were in their early 60s allegedly

robbed a Frankfort

Township gas station

of cash and cigarettes the

early morning of June 4.

Police were called at

3:12 a.m. to the Speedway

at 7218 W. Lincoln

Highway in response to

the robbery, according to

a press release issued by

the Will County Sheriff’s

Office.

A store clerk told deputies

she observed two

men enter the store. One

of the men — described

as black, wearing a black

hat, black coat, jeans and

a button-up denim shirt —

began walking around the

store, according to police.

The other — described

as black, wearing a black

hat and a black jumpsuit

with white stripes down

the arms and legs — went

into the washroom, police

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an alleged robbery that

took place June 4 at

the Speedway at 7218

W. Lincoln Highway in

Frankfort Township.

Photos submitted

The man walking

around the store went to

the counter to purchase

cigars, and the other man

moved behind the counter

and placed a screwdriver

at the back of the employee,

police said. The men

told the clerk to lay on the

floor, and they robbed the

store of $585 in cash and

40 packs of cigarettes valued

at $315.60, according

to Deputy Chief Dan

Jungles.

The employee was then

ordered to the rear of the

store, and the two men left

in a white SUV, possibly a

Cadillac Escalade, police

said. They fled eastbound

on Lincoln Highway, according

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Sheriff’s Police spokesperson

Kathy Hoffmeyer.

The employee reportedly

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Police reports

Frankfort vehicle

allegedly damaged

overnight

A vehicle parked in a

Frankfort driveway was

damaged on June 2 in the

22300 block of Jeanette

Court, according to the

Frankfort Police Department.

According to Frankfort

Deputy Police Chief Kevin

Keegan, the complainant

told police he was staying

overnight at the residence

and parked his car in the

driveway. When he awoke

the next morning, he saw

the driver’s side window

and rear hatch window

were both shattered.

There were no reports of

other vehicles being damaged

in that area, and it

is unknown why this specific

vehicle was targeted,

Keegan said.

The estimated damage

exceeded $1,000.

June 5

• Miscellaneous items

reportedly were taken from

an unsecured vehicle in the

200 block of Nebraska St.

May 31

• Miscellaneous items

reportedly were taken

from an unsecured vehicle

in the 300 block of Michigan

Road.

EDITOR’S NOTE: The

Frankfort Station’s Police Reports

are compiled from official

reports found online on

the Frankfort Police Department’s

website or releases

issued by the department and

other agencies. Individuals

named in these reports are

considered innocent of all

charges until proven guilty in

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Thanks Again,

From June 10

Man charged after allegedly attacking

woman on Old Plank Road Trail

Nuria Mathog, Editor

A New Lenox man was

arrested after reportedly

attacking a woman Sunday,

July 9, on the Old

Plank Road Trail, according

to the Frankfort Police

Department.

Anthony M. Carbone,

18, of the 800 block of

Spinnaker Drive in New

Lenox, was charged with

aggravated battery and

taken to the Will County

Jail.

Frankfort Deputy Police

Chief Kevin Keegan said

the woman was walking

eastbound on the trail near

Elsner Road around 7 a.m.

when she was struck from

behind. The force knocked

her to the ground, causing

abrasions to her shins and

knees, police said.

The woman asked the

man what he was doing,

and he reportedly ran from

the scene. The woman

provided a description of

the man to an officer at

the scene, and another officer

located an individual

matching that description,

later identified as Carbone,

near Old Plank Road Trail

and Wolf Road.

The woman identified

Carbone as her attacker,

police said.

Keegan said police

learned during an investigation

that the attack was

sexually motivated, but

the man became startled

and fled from the scene after

knocking the woman to

the ground.

Summit Hill D161

Committee recommends

K-12 district study go forward

T.J. Kremer III

Contributing Editor

A 3-0 vote June 5 by the

committee of the Summit

Hill D161 Board of Education

to examine the feasibility

of creating a new

K-12 district resulted in an

uproarious applause from

residents of the district

who packed the boardroom

wall-to-wall.

The vote means that the

full board was expected

to take up the issue at its

Wednesday, June 12 regular

meeting.

Summit Hill D161 first

began looking at the idea

of purchasing the currently

underused Lincoln-Way

North High School building

from Lincoln-Way

Community High School

District 210 and splitting

off from the district to start

its own K-12 unit district.

Committee members laid

out the details of what the

feasibility study would include,

and all of its members

agreed that it would

be in the best interest of the

district to start the process

sooner rather than later because

the study itself would

be bear fruit to the district

regardless if that study

showed a move to expand

to a K-12 district would be

beneficial or not.

The study, if approved by

the full board as presented

by the committee, would

be conducted by District

Leadership Solutions LLC.

and would require the work

to be completed in several

phases.

The first phase would include

four parts, each with

its own price tag attached

to break down the costs for

the entirety of the study.

The first part would include

a student enrollment

study, and would examine

issues surrounding facility

usage, staffing, curriculum

offerings, State aid and facility

planning. This portion

would expect to be

completed by Sept. 30 of

this year and would cost the

district $9,250.

The second part of

phase one would examine

the overall tax impact,

and would assess issues

of debt, provide a comparison

of financial profiles

for each district, estimate

tax rates for each district,

provide five-year financial

projections and examine

fund balances. This work

would also be expected to

be completed by Sept. 30

and would have a price tag

of $10,000.

The third part would examine

the tax impact on

providing a baseline high

school experience to that

of D210, including curriculum

and extracurricular

opportunities for students.

This would be expected

to be completed by Nov. 1

and cost $10,000

The final step in phase

one would examine the final

tax impact on D161,

including the purchase of

LW North. This would also

be completed and present

along with the third part

and cost $2,000.

Public comment, which

lasted for nearly an hour,

was overwhelmingly in favor

of pursuing the study.

One commenter called the

district’s plan “visionary

thinking,” while just one

commenter said the district

should “stay in your lane”

and stick to its K-8.

Karen Miner, a nonvoting

member of the committee,

said that “it would be

financially irresponsible”

if the district did not pursue

the feasibility study,

given the potential benefits

of getting hard data on how

the district’s demographics

are trending.

relay

From Page 3

There are people out their

that have survived this. This

is why I wear my purple

shirt; it symbolizes hope.”

She began wiping away

tears as she recalled her

battle with cancer.

“I fought also because

I wanted to see my kids

graduate high school,” she

said. “Today one of my

kids is married. I got to see

all of that; I was one of the

lucky ones. Whatever I say

today, if one person will get

a mammogram, it’s so important

to get that screening

and get ahead of the game.”

On the other side of the

Lincoln-Way North football

field were five little puppies

from PAWS of Tinley Park.

“We enjoy bringing the

animals out to the community,”

Mokena resident

Kelly Doherty said. “They

came out today to provide

some comfort, some love

and some cuddles to the

people participating in the

relay. I’m also here to promote

the shelter. All the

puppies are up for adoption.”


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Photo Op

Sink’s Shots

This week’s Photo Op

comes from Frankfort

resident Jeanne

Edmondson amd featires

a young owl visitor in her

backyard. The photo was

taken outside a bedroom

window.

Have you captured something

unique, interesting, beautiful

or just plain fun on camera?

Submit a photo for “Photo

Op” by emailing it to nuria@

frankfortstation.com, or

mailing it to 11516 W. 183rd

St., Office Condo 3 Unit SW,

Orland Park, IL, 60467.

Frankfort resident Dale Sink’s daughter Susan snapped this image of 13 turtles

on a log in the pond behind her house in Minnesota.

Dale Sink is a Frankfort resident who enjoys photography and regularly submits photos to The

Station.

Gretchen

Lulu’s Locker Rescue

Gretchen is a 3-year-old

female beagle and redbone

coonhound. She is being

fostered with several other

dogs of various sizes and

gets along well with all of

the animals. When she isn’t

playing with other dogs,

she has lower energy and

would do best in a home with

patient owners. She is wellbehaved

when on a leash

and is houstrained and crate

trained. For more information,

visit www.luluslockerrescue.

org/adoption/ or contact

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FROM THE TINLEY JUNCTION

Fire department’s first

Citizens Fire Academy set

for August

The Tinley Park Fire

Department is to host its

first Citizens Fire Academy

starting in August,

and is currently accepting

applications.

The academy will provide

participants with

hands-on experience of

what fire service is like in

Tinley Park, Deputy Chief

Dan Riordan said.

“This is the first time

that we’ve done anything

like this,” Riordan said.

“It was something that

Fire Chief [Forest] Reeder

thought would be a great

opportunity to get people,

if they live in town or work

in town, to interact with

the fire department in a different

way, and really get

some understanding of all

the things that a firefighter

would be expected to do

during their normal work

shift, and you’ll get to experience

a little bit of that

yourself.”

All of the participants

will get certified in CPR,

learn how to use an automated

external defibrillator

and a fire extinguisher

during the eight-week

course. Additionally, participants

will be involved

in training tower demonstrations

at the local training

facility, Riordan said.

The program is open to

adults ages 21 and older

who live or work in the

Village of Tinley Park.

Classes will take place

once a week for 2-3 hours

beginning Aug. 7 through

September. Applications

are due July 1, and a background

check will be completed,

according to the application

packet.

Reporting by Amanda

Del Buono, Freelance

Reporter. For more, visit

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FROM THE NEW LENOX PATRIOT

Torch Run for Special

Olympics brings smiles to

officers’, athletes’ faces

Route 30 in New Lenox

was briefly shut down the

afternoon of June 4 as

Torch Run volunteers from

the New Lenox Police Department

and New Lenox

Village Hall ran from

Providence Catholic High

School to the New Lenox

Commons.

The purpose of the Torch

Run is to raise money and

awareness, and help kick

off the Special Olympics

Summer Games, which

were held in Bloomington

June 7-9.

New Lenox’s runners

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From the Editor

The importance of offering support

nuria mathog

Editor

In this week’s issue of

The Station, we covered

the Relay for Life

of Greater Will County, an

annual fundraiser for the

American Cancer Society

that took place right here

in Frankfort.

I’ve attended quite

a few Relays for Life

throughout the years,

starting when I was a

teenager in high school

and before I personally

knew anyone affected

by cancer. Since then,

several family members

— and in several cases,

the parents of some very

dear friends — have

fought that battle, and I

have come to appreciate

the symbolism of

the purple shirts and the

imagery of a community

coming together to support

such an important

cause.

More than anything,

offering support in a time

of great need is the most

meaningful thing we can

do. Fortunately, events

such as the Relay of Life

offer many ways to do so:

a donation to the American

Cancer Society, words

of encouragement and

a few hours spent walking

side by side with the

survivors in our lives. It’s

a simple and yet powerful

way to say, “I am here for

you.”

Cancer can be an

incredibly challenging

experience physically,

financially and emotionally,

and it is the sort

of diagnosis that often

leaves loved ones unsure

of what to say or do. But

even if we don’t always

have the perfect words,

we speak a thousand of

them with our presence.

Showing up demonstrates

to those we most care

about that they don’t have

to go through the experience

alone, that they are

loved and will always

hold an important place

in our lives.

My hope is that someday

the Relays for Life

will no longer be necessary

— and that each lap

around the track brings us

a few minutes closer to a

cure.

“Summer Acro 1”

— Frankfort Square Park District from

June 6

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nfyn

From Page 12

“took the torch” from the

Joliet volunteers at Providence

and to the Commons,

where the closing

ceremonies were held and

Special Olympic athletes

and other Village officials

waited.

Officer Paul Simon was

the organizer for the New

Lenox leg of the race. The

Torch Run took place all

over Illinois and included

more than 3,000 officers

who covered approximately

1,500 total miles.

“It’s an honor, because

the people here are residents,”

Simon said. “Especially

for our athletes —

this is for them. We get to

do things and give back to

the community.”

Simon said all the volunteers

came to him before

he was able to reach

out and ask who wanted to

participate.

Reporting by Sean Hastings,

Editor. For more, visit

NewLenoxPatriot.com.

FROM THE MOKENA MESSENGER

Mokena warehouse where

the sausage gets made for

Aurelio’s

Joe Aurelio’s life is all

about pizza. Even his license

plate reads “PIZ-

ZA.”

Back in 1959, before

Joe was even born, his

father Joseph A. Aurelio

started a pizza parlor in

Homewood. Today, Joe is

the president and CEO of

Aurelio’s.

“Aurelio’s Pizza was

founded by my father,”

Aurelio said. “We were

living in Chicago Heights

at the time, and [he]

wanted to start his own

pizza place. Being from

Calabria, Italy, my father

brought the family recipes

and Italian influence.”

Today, tere are 41 Aurelio’s

locations in six

states. Because of such

growth, Aurelio’s purchased

a 10,000-squarefoot

warehouse in Mokena

roughly seven months ago.

At the warehouse, they

hand-make all the Italian

sausage fresh. They also

distribute the cheese and

other meat products from

the warehouse to all Aurelio’s

locations.

“We outgrew our former

facility” Aurelio said.

“This is a perfect location,

being so close to the

Interstate, to reach our locations.

This is a great expansion

for us. It allows us

to grow.”

Aurelio said that the site

was a former pharmaceutical

warehouse, where

it was a sterile and clean

environment, and he has

maintained an emphasis

on keeping it clean today.

“It’s a USDA-inspected

facility,” he said. “We

make 12,000 pounds of

fresh Italian sausage a

week. We use ... a very

lean product with simple

spices, with no preservatives

or fillers.”

Reporting by Mary

Compton, Freelance

Reporter. For more, visit

MokenaMessenger.com.

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Park party

Families enjoy LWSRA summer

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Area residents star in ‘The Musical Comedy

Murders of 1940,’ Page 17

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Faith Briefs

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (177 Luther

Lane, Frankfort)

Divine Service

8 a.m. Sundays. Divine service

gets its name from the fact

that worship is most importantly

God serving us. We come at his

invitation not to do God a favor,

but to receive from Him what He

alone has to offer, after which we

respond in praise. Divine service

uses a variety of rich, beautiful,

and often ancient traditions of

the church found in the hymnal

accompanied by the organ, as

well as piano and other various

instruments on special occasions.

Sunday morning Adult Bible

Study

9:30-10:30 a.m. Sundays in

the fellowship hall. We will explore

the Gospel of Matthew

during this summer. The Gospel

of Matthew serves as the “door”

into the New Testament. Come

for refreshments and join the

discussion on subjects like parables,

discipleship, judgment day,

heaven, God’s promises, and so

much more.

10:46 Worship

10:46 a.m. Sundays. 10:46

Worship gets its name from Acts

10:46, where it mentions that

the apostles “heard the Gentiles

speaking in tongues and praising

God” – which could well describe

this time of worship where

God is present and his people

are responding. 10:46 Worship

blends the best of both ancient

tradition and modern music and

instruments recognizing the ongoing,

present-day work of the

Holy Spirit in our lives. Beginning

at 10:46 AM also suggests

a more casual worship where

you’re invited to come just as

you are.

Vacation Bible School begins

Monday, June 17, through Friday,

June 21.

Weight Watchers

9:30-10:30 a.m. Mondays.

Alcoholics Anonymous

10 a.m.-noon Saturdays.

Narcotics Anonymous

6:30-9 p.m. Tuesdays

Frankfort United Methodist Church (215 Linden

Drive, Frankfort)

Vacation Bible School

1-4 p.m. Wednesday, June

12, through Friday, June 14.

Join Frankfort United Methodist

Church for Vacation Bible

School. This year’s theme is

“Roar, Life is Wild, God is

Good.” VBS is free. However,

there is a $10 per child charge

for a VBS T-shirt. Register online

at frankfortumc.org or call

815-469-5249 with any questions.

Worship Service

9-10 a.m. Sundays. Nursery

available. For more information,

call (815) 469-5249.

Living Streams / Calvary Chapel (7837 W. Lincoln

Highway, Frankfort)

Midweek Bible Study

7 p.m. Wednesdays. The group

study will focus on Old Testament-II

Kings. For more information,

call (815) 464-5230.

Sunday Morning Service

10 a.m. The weekly service

will focus on Book of Matthew.

For more information, call (815)

464-5230.

Franciscan Sisters of the Sacred Heart (St. Francis

Woods, 9201 W. St. Francis Road, Frankfort)

Scripture Reflection

9-10:30 a.m. Thursdays in the

Assisi Center. Sr. Marilyn Renninger,

OSF, leads a reflection

and sharing on the upcoming

Sunday readings and how it applies

to daily life. Participants

may come to as many or as few

as their schedules allow. No fee

and no registration. Just sign in

at the Front Desk.

Spiritual Direction

By appointment, five Sisters at

St. Francis Woods in Frankfort

who are trained Spiritual Directors

offer Spiritual Direction

sessions at Franciscan Sisters of

the Sacred Heart. The fee is $50.

The Sisters are: Janice Keenan,

OSF, (815) 469-4883; Norma

Janssen, OSF, (815) 464-3808;

Mary Shinnick, OSF, (815) 464-

3807; Joyce Shanabarger, OSF,

(815) 464-3803; and Sr. Nancy

Roberta Schramm, OSF, (815)

464-3848.

Lighthouse Fellowship (8128 W. Lincoln Highway,

Frankfort)

Revolution Youth Group

7-9 p.m. Wednesdays. This

youth ministry is for those in

grades 7-12. Meet for worship,

games, food and Bible study. Enter

through the upper-west doors.

For more information, call (815)

469-0611.

To have your church’s events

included in Faith Briefs, email

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nuria@frankfortstation.com or call

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noon Thursdays one week prior to

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Comedy, mystery meet in The Drama Group play

Frankfort, New

Lenox residents

star in production

Nuria Mathog, Editor

The Drama Group is

hoping to deliver a killing

performance in its latest

production — figuratively

and literally.

The Chicago Heightsbased

theater group’s

version of the “The Musical

Comedy Murders

of 1940,” written by the

American playwright John

Bishop, centers around

the members of a creative

team who gather in a mysterious

mansion for a backer’s

audition for their new

show. Several chorus girls

involved in the group’s

previous production were

killed by a figure called

the “Stage Door Slasher,”

whose reappearance in the

house sparks a comical adventure

involving scandal,

secrets and intrigue.

Performances are scheduled

for 7:30 p.m. Thursday,

June 13; Friday, June

14; and Saturday, June

15, with a matinee at 2

p.m. Saturday, June 16.

All shows will take place

at The Drama Group’s

Milord Studio Theatre,

located at 330 W. 202nd

Street in Chicago Heights.

“This show is a murder

mystery, but it’s also really

a farce, so it’s very

funny,” cast member and

Frankfort resident Jeannie

Markionni said. “There’s

lots of doors, sliding bookcases,

fireplaces that open,

murders. It’s chaos. And

not everybody is who you

think they are ... Everybody’s

a bit of a caricature

of what those characters

back then would have

been.”

Markionni and her husband,

Nick Markionni,

rarely have the opportunity

to share the stage, but the

two Drama Group members

both star in the production.

Jeannie plays the

“very much over the top”

producer Marjorie Baverstock,

while Nick takes on

the role of the pompous

director Ken De La Maise.

“I was just called in

from Hollywood, where I

drop names left and right,”

Nick Markionni said of his

character. “I know so-andso,

I’ve been in this movie

with so-and-so.”

The production marks

the 20th anniversary of the

Drama Group’s theater exchange

program with Stables

Theatre in Hastings,

England, which began

with The Drama Group’s

adaptation of “Spoon

River Anthology” and has

involved cross-Atlantic

performances from both

the American and British

theater groups.

“We selected this play,

and they selected a play

called ‘The Virtuous Burglar,’”

Director MaryEllen

Fawk said. “They had

a director for it, and they

couldn’t do it, so they

weren’t able to get another

person to step up and direct,

so they stepped down

from participating in that.

But, we were still going

to go over there and do it

here, so we moved to doing

the complete version

of it here.”

She described The Drama

Group as a “wonderful

place” for devotees of

theater.

“The reasons I really

love working here are,

number one, it feels like

Liz Yerkovich, of New Lenox, playing the role of Berenice Roth, contemplates a

series of murders discussed by the other characters during The Drama Group’s “The

Musical Comedy Murders of 1940.” Photos by Nuria Mathog/22nd Century Media

Geoffrey Purvis (left) and Samm Hilger perform a scene.

a family,” she said. “The

people are wonderful. It

has the sense of being a

repertoire, too. The talent

that is attracted to this organization

is phenomenal,

with people from all over

the Chicagoland area that

have come here.”

The cast members will

head to England to perform

the show after their

final performance on June

16. Jeannie Markionni said

she was especially looking

forward to seeing how

British audiences would

react to an American farce.

“Farces are not something

we do a lot,” she

explained. “We do do

comedies, but farces are a

difficult thing, and it’s interesting

that we’re taking

a farce for our 20th anniversary

to a country where

farces are everything.

They invented, created,

perfected the farce.”

Fellow cast member Liz

Yerkovich, of New Lenox,

said she jumped at the opportunity

to perform in a

farce.

“I think they’re super

fun, and the audiences always

seem to love them,”

she said. “So, it was the

fact that it was a comedy

and a farce that really got

me excited about doing

this show.”

Yerkovich stars as the

lyricist Berenice Roth, a

character she described as

“very eccentric and kind of

a lush.”

“She is very flamboyant

and self-absorbed,” she

said. “I’m so self-absorbed

that pretty much through

the entire show, she has no

clue that there’s even murders

happening.”

New Lenox resident

Jennifer Larkin, the show’s

lighting designer, has been

involved with The Drama

Group for more than two

decades and said the best

part of her job is the people

she works with.

“I like that through the

lights, you can kind of

guide the emotions of the

show,” she said. “For me,

as a lighting designer, this

was a pretty easy production,

‘cause there’s one

set, one room. We do have

some lighting changes.

The cast is tight, they’re

funny. ... There really isn’t

anybody that is not any

good.”


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Lincoln-Way grads open salon in Frankfort

Nuria Mathog, Editor

Frankfort’s newest salon is

looking to make the cut.

Founded by three area graduates,

Evolve Hair Salon, located

at 301 N. White St., Suite EE

in Frankfort, launched in early

January and began opening its

doors to clients in March.

Each of the business’s coowners

has ties to the Lincoln-

Way area and the southwest

suburbs: Chicago resident and

Lincoln-Way Central alumna

Elise Carlson, Frankfort resident

and Lincoln-Way East

alumna Marissa Ambrosino

and Joliet resident and Sandburg

alumna Erica Stillwell.

The concept for the new salon

came about when the women’s

father-in-laws, both business

owners, approached the

group with the idea.

“We came and looked at the

place, and it needed a little

work, and we looked at a couple

of other places as well,”

Carlson said. “We came back

to here because it was a great

location.”

Carlson described the trio

as “basically sisters.” She is

best friends with Stillwell and

is married to Ambrosino’s

brother, and the three women

previously worked together for

nearly a decade at the Mokenabased

Planet Color Hair Salon.

“We knew each others’ work

and how we dealt with clients

and how we dealt with a salon

atmosphere,” she said. “So, it

all worked out well.”

As a full-service salon,

Evolve Hair Salon offers color,

texture and styling services, as

well as make-up, waxing and

eyelash extensions. On Mondays,

the salon takes men’s

walk-ins.

“We have barbers from the

old salon that used to be here

— it was called Antonio’s Hair

Salon,” Carlson said. “So, all

the people from Antonio’s work

from us too, and they were in

Frankfort for a very long time.”

For Carlson, who graduated

from the Saint Xavier University

business school in 2007,

salon work became a way to

combine her field of study with

her passion for the beauty industry.

“I became interested when I

started to play a little bit with

hair color when I was in college,

but I never really thought

that I would be a hair stylist,”

she said. “I ended up being a

combination between a business

person and a hair stylist. It

worked out well.”

Stillwell said she found an

interest in the industry as a

high school student, when one

of her older friends participated

in a beauty school program.

“Just by watching what she

was doing, I decided, ‘That’s

what I want to do,’” Stillwell

said.

Carlson said the group went

through “millions of names”

for their new business before

ultimately settling on “Evolve

Hair Salon.”

“It kind of goes with how

we want our business to run,”

she said. “We want things to be

ever-changing and upbeat and

modern.”

What sets Evolve Hair Salon

apart is the business’s focus on

all types of services, both new

and traditional, Carlson said.

“There’s not just one type of

stylist in here,” Stillwell added.

“There’s people who are getting

a weekly roller-set perm to

somebody getting the fashion

mermaid hair that’s out there

right now.”

The salon plans to host a

grand opening on Sunday, June

23, to introduce the Frankfort

community to the new business.

“We’re going to do a day DJ

brunch kind of a thing, with

Evolve Hair Salon co-owners (left to right) Erica Stillwell, Elise Carlson and Marissa Ambrosino

launched the new business in January. Photos submitted

music and food,” Carlson said.

‘We’ll be raffling off prizes, all

of the new products we’ll be

selling.”

Above all else, Carlson said

she hopes customers have a relaxing

and unique experience

when they walk through the

doors at Evolve Hair Salon.

“If they’re looking for something

specific, if they’re looking

for something that they’ve

always gotten, we just want

them to have exactly what

they’ve come in looking for,”

she said.

Elise Carlson styles a client’s hair.


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LWSRA says ‘Thank you’ to

community with free party

Yasmeen Sheikah

Freelance Reporter

Awareness, acceptance

and a good time were

brought about on June 3

at the Community Park,

20261 S. Graceland Lane

in Frankfort. The Lincolnway

Special Recreation

Association had their free

kick-off summer event including

a bouncy house

and snacks.

Children ran through

the park enjoying the day,

along with over 100 other

community members. According

to marketing, outreach

and fundraising specialist

for LWSRA Karyn

Reczek, the foundation

works to promote events,

such as this one, to give

children with special needs

a good time.

“I have a child on the

autistic spectrum,” Reczek

said. “These events are put

together to raise awareness

and are free to the public…

We are an organization

with over 390 participants.”

Reczek added that LWS-

RA has 200 programs a

year that serve the Lincoln-

Way area, including Mokena,

Frankfort and New

Lenox. Those programs

are viewable on LWSRA’s

website at lwsra.org.

“I want people to leave

here today feeling like

they had a good time and

knowing more about who

we are and why this is

such an important organization

for people with special

needs,” Reczek said.

“Whether you are related

to someone or know someone

with special needs,

this is an organization that

needs to be seen.”

Scott Pedziwiatr, another

organizer, was the DJ

for the day.

“This event is about

spreading what our organization

represents and

we just really want everyone

to have a good time,”

Pedziwiatr said. “We are

a recreational opportunity

that provides inclusion and

service to those with special

needs.”

Event goers, such as

Becky Ziada and her

daughters, said they had a

blast. Ziada said she found

out about the event from a

friend who texted her.

“I live in Tinley Park but

I grew up in Frankfort,”

Ziada said. “I think this is

a great organization and

what they are doing for

those with special needs

is amazing. My family is

having a blast.”

Brenda Molloy happened

to be passing by the

event with her family and

saw the sign for the party.

“It looked like fun so

we decided to stop by,”

Molloy said. “We love to

support organizations with

good causes, and this is

something we would definitely

come to again.”

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crosstown CROSSWORD & Sudoku The crosstowns: Frankfort, Homer Glen, Lockport, Mokena, New Lenox, Orland Park, Tinley Park

Crossword by Myles Mellor and Cindy LaFleur

Across

1. Skirt lines

5. Rein in

9. LW Central alum

who was a University

of Illinois basketball

star, ___ Augustine

14. Board member, for

short

15. Large lake

16. “Gone with the

Wind” star

17. Dance at a Jewish

wedding

18. Verge

19. Cod relatives

20. Flap

21. Film genre

23. ___ the finish

25. Jose or Juan

26. Profitable rock

29. Flytrap

32. Gwyneth Paltrow

character in a film with

the same title

34. Short, as a play

37. Brain readings, for

short

38. ____dextrous (can

use both hands)

42. Place-setting place

43. In between black and

white

44. Road shoulder

45. Grapevine tidbits

47. Perfect place

49. “St. Elsewhere”

singer, ____ Barkley

53. Herbal beverage

54. Goose egg

56. Dixie pronoun

57. Former MLB player

for the Yankees who is a

Lincoln-Way East H.S.

alum

62. Palindromic title

64. Bad, as a situation

66. Oscar winner for

“Hud”

67. Moved ___ the freeway

68. Chicago airport

69. Hill crest

70. Christmas

71. Trifler

72. Japanese subway

tokens

73. Part of ADA

Down

1. Snarky laughs

2. Strange and

exciting

3. Sheep breed

4. Sacred beetle of

ancient Egypt

5. So-so grades

6. Pakistani language

7. Sets up

8. Attention-getters

9. Cash, for one

10. Triumphant

cries

11. Thorough

beauty treatment

12. Palindromic

conjunction

13. British special

forces, for short

22. New York’s

time zone

24. Late lunch hour

27. Port city of

Latvia

28. Like pie

30. Board Amtrak

31. Male companion

33. Piece of

chicken

35. 1972 treaty

subj.

36. Block up

38. Share a border

with

39. Allot

40. Manhattan

destination

41. Mischievous one

46. Put into words

48. Sillier

50. Jim Reeves

song

51. Almost treeless

plains

52. Writing tablets

55. Like Ichabod

Crane

58. Word on an

Irish euro

59. Hawaiian goose

60. Curry extra

61. Austrian peaks

63. Shed feathers

64. That was a lie!

65. Detective’s cry

How to play Sudoku

Each Sudoku puzzle consists of a 9x9 grid that

has been subdivided into nine smaller grids of

3x3 squares. To solve the puzzle each row, column

and box must contain each of the numbers

1 to 9.

LEVEL: Medium

Crossword by Myles Mellor and Susan Flanagan

answers

FRANKFORT

Pete Mitchell’s Bar & Grill

(21000 Frankfort

Square Road, Frankfort;

(815) 464-8100)

■6-8 ■ p.m. Wednesdays:

Free N’ Fun Bar Game.

Free to play.

ORLAND PARK

Traverso’s Restaurant

(15601 S Harlem Ave,

Orland Park; (708) 532-

2220)

■5-7 ■ p.m. Mondays:

Free bar bingo

TINLEY PARK

350 Brewing

(7144 W. 183rd St.,

Tinley Park (708) 825-

7339)

■6:30 ■ p.m. First Thursday

of each month:

Laugh Riot. Cost is

$25 and includes

dinner, two beers

and a comedy show.

For tickets, email

todd@350brewing.

com.

LOCKPORT

Port Noir

(900 S. State St., Lockport;

(815) 834-9463)

■4-7 ■ p.m. Monday-

Friday: Happy Hour

■8-10 ■ p.m. Thursdays:

Comedy Bingo

■8-11 ■ p.m. Fridays and

Saturdays: Live Band

■7-11 ■ p.m. Sundays:

Open Mic Night

HOMER GLEN

Front Row

(14903 S. Bell Road,

Homer Glen; (708) 645-

7000)

■7 ■ p.m. Wednesdays:

Trivia

NEW LENOX

Hickory Creek Brewing

Company

(1005 W Laraway Rd,

New Lenox. (779) 803-

3974)

■3 ■ p.m. -close Fridays:

Happy Hour from 3

to 6 p.m. followed by

Smokin’ Z BBQ food

truck from 5:30 to

8:30 p.m. and live

music.

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in The Scene, email

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2004 Asphalt

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2701 Property for

Sale

COMMON AD -

REAL ESTATE SECTION

SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE

of 20532 South Driftwood, Frankfort,

IL 60423 (Single Family Residence).

On the 27th day of June, 2019 to be held

at 12:00 noon, at the Will County Courthouse

Annex, 57 N. Ottawa Street,

Room 201, Joliet, IL 60432, under Case

Title: Nationstar Mortgage LLC d/b/a

Mr, Cooper Plaintiff V. Leonard Gallagher;

Deborah Gallagher; Mortgage

Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as

nominee for Universal Financial Group,

Inc, its successors and assigns; Springleaf

Financial Services, Inc. FKA

American General Financial Services of

Illinois, Inc. Defendant.

Case No. 18CH 1742 in the Circuit

Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit,

Will County, Illinois.

Terms of Sale: ten percent (10%) at the

time of sale and the balance within

twenty-four (24) hours. Nojudicial sale

fee shall be paid by the mortgagee acquiring

the residential real estate pursuant

to its credit bid at the sale or by any

mortgagee, judgment creditor, or other

lienor acquiring the residential real estate

whose rights in and tothe residential

real estate arose prior to the sale. All

payments shall be made in cash or certified

funds payable tothe Sheriff of Will

County.

In the event the property is acondomin-

ium, in accordance with 735 ILCS

5/15-1507(c)(1)(H-1) and (H-2), 765

ILCS 605/9(g)(5), and 765 ILCS

605/18.5(g-1), you are hereby notified

that the purchaser of the unit, other than

amortgagee, shall pay the assessments

and legal fees required by subdivisions

(g)(1) and (g)(4) of Section 9and the assessments

required by subsection (g-1)

of Section 18.5 of the Illinois Condominium

Property Act.

Pursuant to Local Court Rule 11.03 (J)

if there is asurplus following application

ofthe proceeds of sale, then the

plaintiff shall send written notice pursuant

to 735 ILCS 5/15-1512(d) to all parties

to the proceeding advising them of

the amount ofthe surplus and that the

surplus will beheld until aparty obtains

acourt order for its distribution or, in

the absence of an order, until the surplus

is forfeited to the State.

For Information Please Contact:

Manley Deas Kochalski, LLC

One East Wacker Suite 1250

Chicago, IL 60601

P: 1-614-220-5611

F:

PURSUANT TO THE FAIR DEBT

COLLECTION PRACTICES ACT

YOU ARE ADVISED THAT THIS

LAW FIRM ISDEEMED TO BE A

DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING

TO COLLECT ADEBT AND ANY

INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL

BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE.

2703 Legal

Notices

PURSUANT TO THE FAIR DEBT

COLLECTION PRACTICES ACT

YOU ARE ADVISED THAT THIS

LAW FIRM ISDEEMED TO BE A

DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING

TO COLLECT ADEBT AND ANY

INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL

BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE.

STATE OF ILLINOIS

)

) SS.

COUNTY OF WILL

)

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE

TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

WILL COUNTY, ILLINOIS

Nationstar Mortgage LLC d/b/a Mr,

Cooper

Plaintiff,

vs.

Leonard Gallagher; Deborah Gallagher;

Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems,

Inc., as nominee for Universal Fi-

2703 Legal

Notices

nancial Group, Inc, its successors and

assigns; Springleaf Financial Services,

Inc. FKA American General Financial

Services of Illinois, Inc.

Defendant.

No. 18 CH 1742

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE

Public notice ishereby given that pursuant

toajudgment entered in the above

cause on the 25th day of March, 2019,

MIKE KELLEY, Sheriff of Will

County, Illinois, will on Thursday, the

27th day of June, 2019 ,commencing at

12:00 o'clock noon, at the Will County

Courthouse Annex, 57 N. Ottawa Street,

Room 201, Joliet, IL 60432, sell at public

auction to the highest and best bidder

or bidders the following-described real

estate:

Lot 26inBlock 24 in Frankfort Square

Unit No. 6Addition, being asubdivision

of part of the North 33 feet of the

northwest 1/4 of section 24 and part of

the southwest 1/4 ofsection 13, All in

Township 35 North, Range 12, East of

the Third Principal Meridian, According

to the plat thereof recorded April 2,

1976 as Document No. R76-09158, in

Will County, Illinois.

Commonly known as:

20532 South Driftwood, Frankfort, IL

60423

Description of Improvements:

Single Family Residence

P.I.N.:

19-09-13-308-021-0000

Terms of Sale: ten percent (10%) at the

time of sale and the balance within

twenty-four (24) hours. Nojudicial sale

fee shall be paid by the mortgagee acquiring

the residential real estate pursuant

to its credit bid at the sale or by any

mortgagee, judgment creditor, or other

lienor acquiring the residential real estate

whose rights in and tothe residential

real estate arose prior to the sale. All

payments shall be made in cash or certified

funds payable tothe Sheriff of Will

County.

In the event the property is acondomin-

ium, in accordance with 735 ILCS

5/15-1507(c)(1)(H-1) and (H-2), 765

ILCS 605/9(g)(5), and 765 ILCS

605/18.5(g-1), you are hereby notified

that the purchaser of the unit, other than

amortgagee, shall pay the assessments

and legal fees required by subdivisions

(g)(1) and (g)(4) of Section 9and the assessments

required by subsection (g-1)

of Section 18.5 of the Illinois Condominium

Property Act.

Pursuant to Local Court Rule 11.03 (J)

if there is asurplus following application

ofthe proceeds of sale, then the

plaintiff shall send written notice pursuant

to 735 ILCS 5/15-1512(d) to all parties

to the proceeding advising them of

the amount ofthe surplus and that the

surplus will beheld until aparty obtains

acourt order for its distribution or, in

the absence of an order, until the surplus

is forfeited to the State.

FOR INFORMATION PLEASE CON-

TACT:

Manley Deas Kochalski, LLC

One East Wacker Suite 1250

Chicago, IL 60601

P: 1-614-220-5611

F:

Plaintiff's Attorney

MIKE KELLEY

Sheriff of Will County

Certificate 32872 was filed inthe

office of the County Clerk of Will

County on 2019 May 21wherein

the business firm of Clover Clothing

Company Located at 11 South

White Street, Frankfort, IL 60423

was registered; that the true orreal

name of the person owning the

business, with their respective post

2703 Legal

Notices

office address is as follows: Angela

Williamson 957 Milton Bridge,

Frankfort, IL 60423

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have

hereunto set my hand and Official

Seal at my office in Joliet; Illinois,

this 21st day of May, 2019.

Lauren Staley Ferry

Will County Clerk

LEGAL NOTICE

We hereby give notice that apublic

meeting will be held before the

Village of Frankfort Plan Commission/Zoning

Board of Appeals on

June 27, 2019, at 6:30 p.m., in the

Board Room of the Frankfort Village

Hall, 432 W. Nebraska Street,

Frankfort, Illinois 60423.

Joe and Sara Kostro have filed an

application for an accessory structure

area variance from 144 sq. ft.

to 625 sq. ft. to permit the construction

of abasketball court in

the rear yard ofthe property located

at 236 W. Nebraska Street.

The property is legally described as

follows:

PIN: 19-09-28-210-006-0000

LOT 1(EXCEPT THE EAST 54

FEET AND EXCEPT THE WEST

105 FEET THEREFORE) AND

LOT 4(EXCEPT THE SOUTH-

EAST 150 FEET OF THE EAST

115 FEET, AND EXCEPT THE

WEST 36FEET AND EXCEPT

THE SOUTH 118 FEET AND EX-

CEPT THE EAST 54FEET OF

THE NORTH 15 FEET

THEREOF) IN BLOCK 6 IN

BOWEN’S ADDITION FOR

FRANKFORT INTHE WEST 1/2

OF THE NORTHWEAST 1/4 OF

SECTION 28, TOWNSHIP 35

NORTH, RANGE 12, EAST

PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, 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

June 27, 2019, at 6:30 p.m., in the

Board Room of the Frankfort Village

Hall, 432 W. Nebraska Street,

Frankfort, Illinois 60423.

Gavin Weir III has filed an application

for special use for indoor

recreation and entertainment to

permit the operation of3Method

Athletics, aphysical therapy/personal

training facility, located at

706 Center Road. The property legally

described as follows:

PIN: 19-09-28-400-029-0000

THAT PART OF THE SOUTH

633.5 FEET OF THE LAST ?

EAST OF THE SOUTHEAST

FRACTIONAL QUARTER OF

SECTION 28, IN TOWNSHIP 35

NORTH, AND IN RANGE 12

EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCI-

PAL MERIDIAN, LYING

SOUTH AND EAST OF THAT

PART THEREOF CONVEYED

BY DEEDS RECORDED AS

DOCUMENT NOS. R67-16407

AND R67-16408, IN WILL

COUNTY, ILLINOIS.

2900 Merchandise

Under $100

2Arm chairs $20 each 2 lamps

$5 each Call 815-838-4281

2900 Merchandise

Under $100

5 boxes of metal cars $10 each

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6 Lamp time clocks like new

$3 each, 4 Ridgid threading 1”

dies brand new $4, Set of 3

brass fireplace tools $3.

Call 708-614-8148

Antique maple highchair (circ

1940’s) converts to table &

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Barbie country camper $30

Barbie family house $30 Barbie

dune buggy $20 All from

the 1960’s Call 708-987-8641

Beanie babies 4 for $5

Promo baseball cards $1

Chris 708-465-4014

Beautiful bridal wedding dress

size 8worn only 4hours from

David’s Bridal Paid $700

asking $95 Call 708-479-9338

Black Ikea leather chair $40

Black entertainment center $35

Glass/birch dvd wall cabinet

$25 Call 815-534-5273

Coleman 5person tent w/attached

sun room never been

used $95, Free take down/take

with 10 panel gazebo cedar

needs some repair shingle roof

Call 708-429-0259

Craftsman 21in 6h.p. lawn

mower recently tuned up bag

included $75 Call after 4pm

708-429-0259

Drapes one pair 50”W x86”L

taupe with white lining pleated

at top. Never used.

Rayon/Polyester $30pr

Call 708-558-0012

Electic 7inch tile cutting machine

used once $25, Like new

Craftsman small deluxe router

table $30 Call 708-479-0193

FREE baby stroller, 7pc

wrought iron patio set $100

Call 708-301-5136

High flo 1HP pool pump AD

Smith motor $60

708-448-9597

Hope chest cedar lined light

oak Call 708-349-3238

Jitterbug cell phone with

charger flip new $65, Peewee

Herman lunch box w/thermos

$35 Call 708-645-4245

Portable generator 800 watts

still in box used once instructions

included, has not been

started since 2hp Two stroke

engine $40 Call 708-301-6797

Proctor Silex 5in1 grill/griddle

new in box model 25340 $30,

New Elite Cuisine 3in1 panini

press/grill $20, New omelette

maker $10, All for $40

Call 708-349-1636

Proctor-Silex electric all purpose

hand mixer like new $10

Call 703-403-2525

ProForm crosswalk plus treadmill

folds up for storage Like

new $50 Call 708-305-4164

Red Wing soft toe shoes

American made 8.5D $55

Call 708-798-9755


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Athlete of the Week

10 Questions

with Patrick Rossetto

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Patrick Rossetto just

finished his junior season

on the Lincoln-Way East

water polo team.

How would you say

the season went?

It was a big success at

the end for us. It wasn’t as

far as we would have liked

to go, obviously we had

that heartbreaker in the

[state] semifinals but going

that far when we haven’t

gone past the [state quarterfinals]

was definitely a

huge success for us.

When did you start

playing water polo?

I started when I was 9,

playing country club water

polo. I slowly moved

in to playing club, there’s

a local club called LAW

[Lincoln-Way Area Water

Polo) that I got into around

11. I have continued to

play since.

What have you

learned from coach

[Ryan] Lodes

throughout your

career?

I’d say just to always

have fun with it. Lodes

does a really great job at

making it feel like a family

environment. It makes

it easier showing up to a 5

a.m. practice when you enjoy

hanging out with your

coach. He’s a fun guy.

What’s been your

favorite memory while

playing water polo at

LW East?

Definitely last year and

this year’s sectionals. Seeing

and having a crowd to

play for, all of our friends

and family would show

up for sectionals and that

meant a lot to us.

What’s been the best

part of being a Lincoln-

Way East athlete?

Being with the guys,

you grow so much with

them it becomes more like

a brotherhood. It just happens

naturally from spending

so much time with

them, they’re always there

for you, even outside of

the pool. They are there for

you with school and helping

with other friendships.

I’m not sure it can be said

about other teams, but we

are all really close friends.

Who is your favorite

athlete?

Probably Tiger Woods.

Seeing him be so dominant

and then coming back

from injury and being in

the mix again. I admire

that drive and determination.

If you could meet

anyone from history,

who would it be?

Teddy Roosevelt, I

learned about him in Mr.

Olsen’s history class. He’s

just an interesting character,

obviously being president

and the many stories

of things, he did before becoming

president.

His accomplishments

definitely put other people’s

to shame. Meeting

him and asking about his

STEVE MILLAR/22ND CENTURY

MEDIA

adventures in the wilderness

would be super interesting.

Any other favorite

sports besides water

polo?

I used to be a really big

volleyball player actually.

They’re during the same

season, so I had to make

the choice and I chose

water polo. I played a lot

of volleyball before high

school.

What’s your favorite

thing to do in your

downtime?

I like to read a lot. Usually

historical books or adventure

books like Harry

Potter or Percy Jackson.

I’ve spent a lot of time

reading.

Any goals for next

season?

I’d like to get back to

state and recompete there.

My big thing next year is

winning sectionals. We

have a four-year streak going

now and I don’t want

to lose that streak while

the team is under my leadership.

We’ll see what happens.

Interview conducted by Editorial

Intern Joe Bielanski


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Postseason

Marist locals fall short in state playoff runs

STEVE MILLAR, Sports Editor

Frankfort resident Max

Malley started what would

turn out to be the final game

of his high school career

with Marist on a high note.

Malley singled in the

first inning of the Springfield

Supersectional

against Edwardsville on

June 3, helping set up a run

for the RedHawks.

That would be Malley’s

last high school hit, however.

He finished 1-for-4

and Marist dropped a 6-5

heartbreaker to Edwardsville,

which went on to win

the Class 4A state championship

on Saturday, June 8

in Joliet.

Malley, who played

catcher and hit cleanup for

the RedHawks, hit .377 for

the season with 25 RBI

and 23 runs.

The Evansville recruit is

now playing for the Chicago

Heights-based Southland

Vikings of the Midwest

Collegiate League.

Fellow Frankfort resident

Logan Anderson, who

just finished his freshman

season at South Suburban

College, is also on the

Southland Vikings.

Marist’s softball team,

meanwhile, made it one step

beyond its baseball team before

being upset twice at the

state finals in East Peoria.

RedHawks junior Brianna

Brown, a graduate of

Summit Hill Junior High,

had two RBI in a 10-2 win

over Geneva in the Class

4A Supersectional, sealing

Marist’s trip to state.

Brown’s defense is center

field was key in two

tight 1-0 sectional wins

over Sandburg and Riverside-Brookfield.

“I experienced getting

to state as a freshman [in

2017], but it’s really special

to get this far with this

team this year,” Brown

said. “Throughout the season,

it’s been quite a ride

and we haven’t had a lot of

really close games, so those

[sectional] games were big

tests for us and we showed

we can step up.”

Marist went to the state

finals on a 34-game winning

streak and had not

lost to an Illinois team all

year, but the RedHawks

were upset by Huntley in

the semifinals Friday, June

7 and Joliet West in the

third-place game Saturday,

June 8, both by 3-2 scores.

Brown, a Penn recruit,

scored a run in the semifinal

and drove in a run in

the third-place game.

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Frankfort player helps

11U Sparks to tourney win

Submitted by the

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During the weekend

of May 24-26, the 11U

Sparks Miller team won

the New Lenox Memorial

Day Tournament championship.

The team went 5-0 for

the weekend beating New

Lenox White, Top Tier

West, Rhinos Powers and

Upper Deck before taking

down the Mokena Blaze in

the championship 9-4. The

Sparks outscored their opponents

44-8 combined in

the five games and got stellar

pitching performances

from Frankfort resident

Landon Edman, Brady Kozlowski,

Dominick Infelise,

Andrew Bailey, Gavin

Jones and Drake Been.

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Sports Briefs

Frankfort Park District

hosts baseball lessons

Fred Freberg, a member

of the College Baseball

Hall of Fame, provides

one-on-one, 30-minute lessons

for all ages at Founders

Community Center, 140

Oak St. Lessons are $25 per

session and can be Freberg

will contact particpants to

schedule the lessons once

they are registered. Contact

the Frankfort Park District

at (815) 469-9400 or visit

frankfortparks.org.

Learn to bowl

The Frankfort Park District

and Thunder Bowl

will host bowling lessons,

open to ages 6 and

up, from 4:30 to 6 p.m.

Thursdays from June 20 to

August 1 (no class will be

held July 4). Each lesson

includes game time, shoe

rental and professional

instruction from Thunder

Bowl staff. Fees: $60

resident, $65 nonresident.

Contact the Frankfort Park

District at (815) 469-9400

or visit frankfortparks.org.

Sports camps at Lincoln-

Way East

Lincoln-Way East is

hosting camps, open to

various ages, in badminton,

baseball, basketball,

cheerleading, cross country,

dance, football, golf,

lacrosse, soccer, softball,

swimming, tennis, track,

volleyball, and wrestling

throughout June and July.

Visit lwe.8to18.com for a

schedule and details.


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Softball

LW East excited about future after sectional loss

RANDY WHALEN, Freelance

Reporter

STEVE MILLAR, Sports Editor

With only five seniors

on its roster, Lincoln-Way

East’s softball team still

put together a strong season,

going 22-7, winning

its 13th regional title, and

reaching at least 21 wins

for the 16th time in 18 seasons

of existence.

The Griffins failed to

reach the sectional finals

for the first time since 2013

when they fell to Lockport

in the Thornwood Sectional

semifinals on May 30.

The future, however, appears

bright.

Some of East’s reasons

for excitement were on

display even in the seasonending

defeat.

Take Madison Pomykalski.

The freshman pinch

hit for the Griffins in the

top of the fifth against

Lockport and pounded a

two-run home run to center

field that hit the flag

pole and bounced back on

the field.

That bookended a nice

freshman season that saw

Pomykalski hit two home

runs, in her first and final

at-bats of the season. In

her first at-bat, on March

29, she hit a game-ending

two-run home run in the

bottom of the fifth in a

12-1 win over Normal

Community.

“No, I didn’t know it

was gone,” said Pomykalski,

of her sectional homer.

“When I rounded second

I saw the ball on the field

and thought it was in play.”

Pomykalski knows

about talent and winning.

As an outfielder, she won

three straight state championships

as a member of

the Hickory Creek Middle

School softball team.

“We’re always talking,

we’re always loud,” Pomykalski

said, describing

the atmosphere around the

East team. “We always try

to stay up, our confidence

is really high. “It’s going

to be nice, it’s going to

be a good one in the next

couple of years. We have

a bunch of girls that are

coming in that are young

and it’s going to be good.”

Junior and Pitt recruit

Danielle Drogemuller had

a strong first season in the

ace’s role after previously

pitching sparingly as Alex

Storako - now at Michigan

- carried the heavy load.

Drogemuller went 16-7

with a 2.01 ERA and struck

out 161 batters in 125.1 innings

pitched. She also hit

.333 with five home runs.

Drogemuller figures to

give the Griffins a chance

to win just about every

time out in 2020.

Her battery-mate, catcher

Chloe Honchar, is also

expected to return after

hitting .375 with three

home runs and 28 RBI as

a junior this season.

Junior Paige Geraghty

sparked the Griffins all

season from the leadoff

spot, hitting .457 with 18

stolen bases and 35 runs.

Freshmen Ashley Esposito,

Chloe Geijer and

Danielle Stewart were also

among the seven underclassmen

who started the

final game of the season

against Lockport, which

also included sophomore

Taylor Hochman and junior

Kara Frencl.

“I’m excited about next

year,” Geraghty said. “We

can have a great season.

We just need to have confidence

in ourselves and not

let little things determine

the game. Just because

someone hits a home run

against us or something

like that, the game’s not

over. We have to keep going

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22nd Century Media chose the best boys volleyball student-athletes based on coach and writer

recommendations, as well as player statistics, in its seven-town southwest suburban coverage

area to place them on one super team — Team 22. The team features student-athletes from

Lincoln-Way Central, LW East, LW West, Providence Catholic, Andrew, Tinley Park, Lockport

Township and Sandburg high schools.

—Compiled by 22nd Century Media staff

First team

OH: Ike Papes, senior,

Providence

462 kills, 200 digs, 55

aces, 38 blocks. All-CCL

Green. All-Tournament

at Smack Attack and

the Argo invite. Led area

players in kills for the

season.

OH: Wil McPhillips,

senior, LW East

363 kills, 62 digs, 46

aces, 34 blocks. All-

SWSC. The Griffins’

standout is planning

to attend Ball State

to continue playing

volleyball after high

school.

RS: Jake Whyte, senior,

Lockport

329 kills, .221 hit

percentage, 138 digs,

55 aces, 33 blocks. All-

SWSC. All-Tournament at

Marist and Argo invites.

Committed to Erskine.

M: Brendan McCarthy,

senior, LW Central

99 kills, 74 blocks, 40 digs,

27 aces. All-SWSC. The

Knights middle hitter made

a mark bigger than his

numbers on the conference

during his senior season.

S: David Flores, senior,

LW West

784 assists, 188 digs,

172 service points, 99

blocks (23 for kills), 52

kills, 30 aces. SWSC

Athlete of the Year.

Directed the action all

season long.

L: Danny Pacini, senior,

LW East

450 digs, 2.44 passing,

46 assists. All-SWSC.

The Griffins defensive

specialist is planning to

continue his dominance

at Dominican University

next season.

Utility: Luka Vukanic,

senior, Sandburg

227 kills, 100 digs, 36

blocks. All-SWSC. Vukanic

mostly shined as a scorer

for the Eagles at outside

hitter but proved versatile

in his defensive efforts.

Honorable mentions:

OH: Cort Jensen, senior, Sandburg; Matt

Arens, sophomore, Lockport; Ike Mahajan,

senior, LW East; Tyler Holubek, senior, LW

West; Nico Studer, senior, LW West; Zach

Nelson, senior, Tinley Park; Connor Keating,

junior, Andrew.

RS: David Vales, junior, Sandburg.

M: Jake Maly, junior, Lockport; Michael

Sherwood, senior, Andrew; Jay Pillai, senior,

Tinley Park; Chris Dargan, senior, LW West;

Darryl Farrow, senior, Andrew.

S: Nathan Ryan, senior, Tinley Park.

L: Tyler Vedder, junior, LW West.

U: Matt Russo, senior, Providence.

second team

OH: Ben Pluskota, senior, LW West

310 kills, 176 service points, 148 digs, 78 blocks, 39 aces, 20

assists. All-SWSC.

OH: Jack Yurkanin, senior, LW Central

307 kills, 2.45 serve receive, 165 digs, 74 aces, 36 blocks. All-SWSC.

RS: Louden Moran, senior, LW West

233 kills, 135 blocks (44 for kills), 133 digs, 126 service points, 45

assists. All-SWSC.

M: Michael Sherwood, senior, Andrew.

133 kills, 34 block kills, 10 aces. All-SWSC.

S: Cam Petrusevski, senior, Sandburg

700 assists, 127 digs, 57 kills, 46 aces. All-SWSC.

L: Jeremiah Burden, sophomore, Sandburg

300 digs, 70 assists, 16 aces.

U: Trevor Lewis, junior, LW East

411 assists, 172 kills, 169 digs, 48 aces, 41 blocks.


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Healthy Henning enjoys recruiting experience, track season

STEVE MILLAR, Sports Editor

It was a whirlwind

spring for AJ Henning.

Lincoln-Way East’s

star wide receiver/running

back, ranked as the

top recruit in Illinois in

the Class of 2020 by 247

Sports, travelled across the

country on recruiting visits

to some of the nation’s top

football programs. He still

managed to find the time

to compete on the Griffins’

track and field team.

Henning’s unofficial

visits in the spring included

stops at Illinois,

Northwestern, Georgia,

Florida, Alabama, Louisville,

Notre Dame and

Michigan.

He’s tried to soak in the

whole experience and enjoy

all the trips.

“It’s a blessing,” Henning

said. “Not a lot of

players have that opportunity

to do it, so it’s a very

special thing.”

There have been some

surreal moments along the

way, like meeting Alabama

coach Nick Saban and posing

for a picture with him.

Henning was also excited

to get to know Michigan

coach and former

Bears quarterback Jim

Harbaugh.

“Getting to meet all

these coaches, Nick Saban,

Harbaugh, I’ve always

dreamed of that,” Henning

said. “It’s pretty cool to

actually meet them in person,

shake their hand and

have a conversation with

them.

“There have been a lot

of fun moments and I’m

just trying to enjoy the

whole process.”

Henning, a consensus

four-star recruit, has over

30 offers from major programs.

Nearly the entire

Big 10 - Illinois, Indiana,

Iowa, Michigan, Michigan

State, Minnesota, Northwestern,

Ohio State, Penn

State, Purdue, Nebraska,

Rutgers and Wisconsin –

has offered.

Alabama, Georgia,

LSU, Missouri and Tennessee

have all come calling

from the SEC, as have

Boston College, Duke,

Florida State, Miami and

Syracuse from the ACC

and Stanford of the Pac 12.

Henning is ranked as the

No. 78 player and No. 16

receiver in the nation by

247Sports.

Rivals has him as the

No. 3 all-purpose back,

No. 84 overall and No.

2 in Illinois behind East

St. Louis safety Antonio

Johnson.

Back on the track

Henning finished third

in the state in the 100-meter

dash as a freshman but

missed his entire sophomore

track season after hip

surgery.

Injuries have kept him

off the football field for

portions of the last two

seasons, as well, but Henning

said he felt great this

spring while picking up

where he left off on the

track.

“It’s been awesome,” he

said. “It’s been great to be

with the team and be able

to compete on the track

again. It’s been a lot of

fun.”

“That was my thing all

year, to get back down [to

state] and show I’ve still

got it in the 100.”

Henning qualified for

state and saved his best

race for Charleston as he

turned in a season-best

time of 10.73 seconds in

the finals to finish fourth in

the state.

“The whole goal was to

make it back to the finals

and have a good race,”

Henning said. “The drive

phase, then you hit your

top end and try to maintain

it the rest of the race.”

Henning felt the track

season helped him get

primed for a huge senior

year on the football field.

“Being out there competing

again really meant

a lot to me,” he said. “It

keeps me sharp and keeps

me fast heading into the

fall.”

The decision looms

Henning plans to return

to several of his spring

destinations for official

visits over the summer.

He made his first official

visit to Georgia the first

weekend of June and was

scheduled to visit Notre

Dame last weekend. A

Michigan trip is coming

up.

Forty-three percent of

247Sports’ experts predict

Henning to choose Notre

Dame, 29 percent pick

Michigan and the rest are

undecided.

Henning says he falls

into that latter category as

well, and he’s in no major

rush to make a choice.

“I’m taking it slow,” he

said. “I plan to make a decision

over the summer or

in the fall.”

Henning is an excellent

student and will factor academics

into his decision as

well.

“It’s just about finding

the right fit all around,”

he said. “Academics are

important, fitting in with

the players and the coaching

staff is important. It’s

finding the place that feels

right for me.”

Whatever school lands

Henning will be fortunate,

according to East coach

Rob Zvonar.

Last fall, Zvonar called

Henning “a special talent

with an incredibly bright

future.”

The immediate future will

be highlighted by one more

season at East, one Henning

plans to make special.

“I’m really excited for

the fall,” he said. “I think

we’re going to have a great

team and I’m ready to get

after it. I’m ready to go out

there with my guys and

chase after a state championship.”

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fastbreak

Baseball

LW North grad Troike, LW East’s Ritter taken in MLB Draft

STEVE MILLAR, Sports Editor

JULIE MCMANN/22ND CENTURY

MEDIA

1st and 3

THREE THINGS TO

KNOW ABOUT LW EAST

FOOTBALL STAR AJ

HENNING

1. Four-star recruit

Henning (above)

has over 30

scholarship offers

from top college

football programs.

247Sports ranks

him as the top

recruit in Illinois in

2020, while Rivals

places him second.

2. Four-star person

Henning is a strong

student and has a

personality that is

also attractive to

college coaches.

That was shown in a

video which gained

popularity last

weekend, showing

Henning visiting

a local fan on his

eighth birthday.

3. Fourth in state

After missing his

sophomore track

season, Henning

returned this year

and finished fourth

in the state in the

100-meter dash.

When Ben Troike was

hit by a pitch in a game

against Indiana in early

May and broke his right

thumb, it didn’t just end

the Illinois shortstop’s junior

season. It also cast

some doubt on his status

for the Major League

Baseball Draft.

Troike, a Lincoln-Way

North graduate and Tinley

Park native, was unsure

how him missing the final

month of the season would

impact teams’ attempts to

evaluate him.

“I wasn’t sure what

would happen,” Troike

said. “It all worked out in

the end.”

Troike’s moment to celebrate

came June 5 when

the Tampa Bay Rays selected

him in the 11th

round with the 338th overall

pick.

“When I saw my name

flash across the screen, it

was a dream come true,”

Troike said. “It’s been my

dream since I was a little

kid. Being there, watching

it with my family, it was

just phenomenal.”

Troike said his nerves

were building heading into

the final day of the draft,

but he didn’t have to wait

long as the Rays took him

in the first round of the

day. The first two rounds

took place June 3, with

rounds 3-10 the following

day.

“I was following the

Lincoln-Way East’s Ryan Ritter was selected by

the Cubs in the 33rd round of the MLB Draft. STEVE

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draft, woke up, got a couple

calls,” Troike said. “I

got calls from my advisor,

wasn’t really sure when

I was going to go, but we

kind of had an Idea that

early on [June 5], I’d get

my name called. Fortunately,

the Rays picked

me in the 11th round and I

couldn’t be happier.”

Lincoln-Way Central

coach Mitch Nowicki,

who coached Troike at

North, said in a tweet that

Troike “had unprecedented

work ethic, always the

first to [the] field, craving

extra reps. Tremendous

competitor.”

Troike hit .260 with two

home runs and 21 RBI in

45 games this spring. His

most productive season

with the Illini was a sophomore

in 2018, when he hit

.299 with four home runs

and 30 RBI.

With a year of eligibility

remaining at Illinois,

Troike has a decision to

make. It’s typical for collegiate

juniors picked as

high as the 11th round to

sign as seniors are thought

to have less leverage in

contract negotiations.

“I’m going to weigh all

my options,” Troike said.

“I haven’t made a decision

yet. I’m going to talk

things over with my family,

coaches and make the

best decision I can. It’s a

big decision. At the end

of the day, I think it just

comes down to what feels

right.

“I don’t think I’ve ever

been to Tampa. I’m excited

to get down there,

check it out and see what

it’s all about.”

If Troike does decide to

sign, he believes he can aid

the Rays with his defense

and work ethic.

“My glove is definitely

my strongest asset on the

baseball field,” he said.

Lincoln-Way North graduate and Illinois shortstop Ben

Troike was drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 11th

round of the MLB Draft.

PHOTO COURTESY OF UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS ATHLETICS

“I’m a defense-first kind of

guy. Teams see someone

who’s not the biggest, not

the fastest, not the strongest,

but when I go out

there, I give it everything

I have and hopefully good

things happen.”

Lincoln-Way East senior

Ryan Ritter, meanwhile,

was drafted by the Cubs

in the 33rd round with the

1,002nd overall pick.

Ritter, also from Tinley

Park, said he’s always

been a White Sox fan.

“I’m starting to love the

Cubs a little bit more now,

though,” Ritter said.

Ritter, who is committed

to Austin Peay, figured

he might hear his name

called late in the draft, but

was unsure it would happen.

When it did, it was

quite the memorable moment.

“It felt really good,” he

said. “It’s always been a

dream of mine. I’m happy

it came true.”

Ritter was the Griffins’

top hitter this spring, finishing

with a .429 average,

four home runs, 23

RBI, 41 runs and 10 stolen

bases.

He said he will evaluate

his options over the coming

days.

“I’m going to talk to

my family and my coaches,

figure out what’s best

for me and just go from

there,” he said.

For now, Ritter’s summer

plans involve prepping

for college.

“I might play for the

[Northwest Indiana] Oilmen

in the Midwest Collegiate

League,” he said.

“My goal is to go into college

and fit in physically.

My plan this summer is to

eat a lot, work out a lot and

just stay sharp with baseball.”

LISTEN UP

“It felt really good. It’s always been a dream of mine. I’m

happy it came true.”

Ryan Ritter – LW East baseball player, on getting drafted by the Cubs in

the 33rd round of the MLB Draft

Tune In

Boys basketball, Friday, June 14 and Saturday,

June 15

Ray Milnes Summer Shootout at Stagg HS

• Lincoln-Way East, LW Central, LW West and

Providence are all competing in the summer

showdown.

Index

36 - Team 22 Boys Volleyball

33 - Athlete of the Week

FASTBREAK is compiled by Sports Editor

Steve Millar, s.millar@22ndcm.com.


Frankfort’s Hometown Newspaper | June 13, 2019

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LW East’s Ritter selected

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Lincoln-Way East’s AJ

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