12 | October 17, 2019 | The highland park landmark news hplandmarkdaily.com Run like the wind North Shore School District 112 held its annual FUNd Run 5K and Family Walk on Oct. 5. Proceeds from the event went to benefit the scholarship fund for District 112 students. 3 Top Finishers (Male) Matt Schmanski, Highland Park - 16:41 Vadim Racu, Highland Park - 18:40 Steve Buti, Northbrook - 19:54 Top Finishers (Female) Svetlana Zavin, Highland Park - 19:52 Theresa Peterson, Highland Park - 20:12 Andrea Goldstein-Hayes, Highland Park - 23:08 Highland Park resident Matt Schmanski crosses the finish line in first place, Oct. 5, at the District 112 FUNd Run. Photos by Phil Bach/22nd Century Media Vadim Racu, of Highland Park, crosses the finish line in second place. Runners start the race. Svetlana Zavin, of Highland Park, crosses the finish line in third place overall and first place for women. The mascots for North Shore School District 112 elementary schools pose by the finish line. Class From Page 10 a buffet dinner catered by Bluegrass (owned by Jim Lederer, HPHS ‘80), Backyard Grill, and Bella Via, which also supplied the bar. Chicago-based Photobooth Time set up a social media-linked selfie station that allowed attendees to take fun, quality digital photos. The kiosk was donated by Hal and Wayne Brin in loving memory of their aunt, classmate Frayda Nechamkin. Highland Park ‘79 classmate and Mayor Nancy Rotering, even signed and presented a light-hearted ‘proclamation’ declaring Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019 Highland Park High School Class of 1979 Day. The Highland Park class of 1979 is unique in that it is the only one that includes at least ten alumni who have held elected or appointed office in the Highland Park community. The reunion team was comprised of classmates Stephanie Brown Kerch, Cyd Ticho Otto, Donna Picchietti Thomey, Debbie Moyer Marlowe, Heidi Meister Aloush, Lisa Frankel Vogel and Ron March.