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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 26, 1999, Chicago, Illinois Tuesday October NEIGHBOR Section 3 C38 BIRTHS ALEXIAN BROTHERS Nicole Ann Mostacci Aug 28 to Michael and Tracey Mostacci Hanover Park Sister of Stephanie Grandparents Michael and Jacqueline Mostacci Streamwood Marilyn Chesser Brookfield Michelle Nicole Makula Sept 3 to Daniel and Darlene Makula Grandparents Al and Ada Makula Franklin Park Martin and Arlene Hess Des Plaines Brittani Lynn Rusnak Sept 9 to Ron and Linda Rusnak Grandpar ents Ron and Gay Rusnak Dahi na Dolores Urban Addison Aaron Douglas Pedersen Sept 24 to Doug and Mary Pedersen Hoffman Estates Brother of Shan non Grandparents Wayne and Elaine Pedersen Rhinelander Bruna Zorzet Villa Park Megan Molly Jaropoulos Oct 7 to Tina and Nick Jaropoulos Grandparents Sue and Chuck Bracket Elmhurst Mike Duval West Chicago Benjamin Michael Smith Oct 9 to Kris and Jeanne Smith Schaumburg Brother of Kristo pher and Alex Grandparents Jolle Bucar Des Plaines Sandy Snyder Elk Grove Village Daniel Ryan Smeenge Oct 10 to James and Tracy Smeenge Elgin Brother of Thomas and Emily Grandparents Robert and Ann Smeenge Rolling Meadows Catherine Lamb Arlington Heights CENTRAL DUPAGE Gabrielle Olivia Spinosa Sept 12 to Vincent and Cherie Spinosa Bartlett Grandparents Vince and Fern Spinosa Wheaton John Lion berger Lacon Cindi Kroeschen Toluca 111 Ryan Jeffery Miller Sept 13 to Jody and Donald Miller Bartlett James Thomas McCann Sept 21 to Gerrard and Laurie McCann Bartlett Brother of Kevin Johnny and Kirsten Jonathan Douglas Juzwik Sept 22 to Tracy and Kenneth Juzwik Bartlett Brother of Anna Elizabeth Marian Valek Sept 23 to Michael and Maribeth Valek Hanover Park Sister of Drew Matthew Tighe Stahulak Sept 25 to Darren and Kim Stahulak Bartlett Brother of Kyle and Ryan Danielle Nicole Hepler Sept 30 to David and Cristina Hepler Hanover Park Sister of Melissa and Kristen Emilia Anna Seidita Sept 30 to Jerome and Martina Seidita Hanover Park Sister of Marcus Abigail Rose Hunter Oct 7 to Andy and Angie Hunter Bartlett Sister of Adam and Alex EDWARD HOSPITAL pevin Sunshine Salmon Oct 5 to Telly E Salmon and Nina Salmon Naperville Sister of Cyrus Grandparents Eileen Salmon Streamwood Harold Sakalares Atlanta Josephine Heart Association offers CPR dasses American Heart Association CPR will be offered from to Nov 10 and 11 at Barrington High School 616 W Main in the Stu dent Center If you do not have a current CPR card both classes are required The class will be taught by the Barrington High School CPR Club The fee is A face chain will be available for purchase for at the class For information and registration call Jackie Gille spie at 847 8423263 Adoptive families to attend seminar Adoptive Families Today AFT will hold its seventh annual conference titled The Adoptive Family Continuum Nov 7 at Motorolas Galvin Center for Continuing Educa tion in Schaumburg The conference will begin at and conclude at This oneday conference will offer workshops for both the preadoptive and postadop tive family as well as the adop tion professional Participants can choose from a variety of parenting workshops offering practical advice on such topics as dealing with learning dis abilities single parenting and post traumatic stress Participation in the confer ence may provide credit hours for foster care and social work professionals Adoptive Families Today is a notforprofit yolunteer sup port organization made up of adoptive families prospective adoptive families and adoption professionals To register for the confer ence or for more information contact Cindy Johnson at 847 3287803 Those who register before Wednesday take advantage of a reduced fee Neidviecky San Antonio Texas ELMHURST HOSPITAL Jack Ryan Ahlenius Sept 11 to Brad and Tiffany Ahlenius Elk Grove Village Brother of Kevin Grandparents Christine Marshall Hillside Phil Ahlenius Knox Steven Caro Dunedin Fla Great grandmothers Mary Caro Down ers Grove Loreen Pinney Ellen Budka Brooke Amelia Heitman Sept 20 to Ryan and Renee Heitman Itasca Sister of Blake Grandpar ents Sylvester and Karen Rajterowski Streamwood Harlan and Joan Heitman Williamsburg Iowa Greatgrandparents Joseph and Irene Stangone Glendale Heights Nathan Andrew Belofsky Sept 21 to Josh and Stacey Belofsky Plainfield Brother of Tyler and Kayla Grandparents Barb and Ernie Kerber Itasca Susan Angell Elk Grove Village Alan Belofsky Portage Ind Great grandparents Donald Belofsky Homewood Stella VandenBos Addison Charles and Lucinda Angell Glencoe Shawn Michael Brabec Sept 23 to Shirley and Thomas Brabec Chicago Brother of Christopher Grandparents Lucille Brabec Hoffman Estates Phyllis Chmielewski Chicago Great grandfather Mitchell Krolicki River Grove Anne Browning Grasse Oct 2 to Robert and Karen Grasse Elmhurst Sister of Margaret and Catherine Grandparents Beatrice S Bennewitz Naples Don and Elaine Mount Prospect NORTHWEST COMMUNITY Kiana Channell Horn Oct 4 to Anna Horn and Dr Daniel Horn Carpentersville Haley Danielle Hintz Oct 10 to Glenn and Jennifer Hintz Arling ton Heights Grandparents Louis and Marilyn Meindle Mount Prospect Gerald and Rhoda Hintz Norridge Bailey Ryan Hurd Oct 10 to Jeremy and Sandy Hurd Hoffman Estates Grandparents Larry and Mary Jolley Barrie and Mary Hurd all of Hoffman Estates Decklan John Fischer Oct 11 to Dan Fischer and Laura Rosen feld Arlington Heights Brother of Mercer and Camden Grandpar ents Mr and Mrs Alfred N Fisch er Lake in the Hills Scott Patrick Mahon Oct 12 to David and Megan Mahon Arling ton Heights Brother of Sean and Caylee Grandparents Mr and Mrs John McNichols Willow brook Mr and Mrs Edward Mahon Middleburg Heights Ohio Michael William Nielsen Oct 12 to Mr and Mrs Michael R Nielsen Palatine Grandparents Patrick Puccia and Betty Puccia Palatine the late Mr and Mrs William P Nielsen Palatine Donald Joseph Angelaccio Oct 13 to Donald and Rochelle Angelaccio Chicago Brother of Katie and Megan Grandparents Mary Ryan Chicago Donald and Patricia Angelaccio Morton Grove Allison Rose Diongzon Oct 13 to Felix and Marie Diongzon Pala tine Sister of Alexis Grandpar ents Mr and Mrs Ernesto Lee Palatine Mrs Estrella Diongzon Manila Philippines Timothy Michael Elenz Oct 14 to Tim and Jennifer Elenz Stream wood Brother of Melissa Rose Melissa Marjorie and Alisha Jo Grandparents Tim Smith and Mary Jo McDevitt Springfield Daniel and Marita Elenz Des Plaines Chloe Anastasia Stokes Oct 14 to Christina Hedges and Gene Stokes Chicago Grandparents Ms JoAnne Xarras Mundelein Harold Winter Schaumburg Mr Michael Hedges Gainesville Mr and Mrs Eugene Stokes Arlington Heights Ms Betty Stokes Prospect Heights Brendan Ryan ODonnell Oct 16 to John and Teri ODonnell Rolling Meadows Brother of Mai lory and James Grandparents Bob and Judy Struggles Lake Del ton John and Grace ODon nell Rolling Meadows PRO VENA ST JOSEPH Christina Louise Hauser Oct 1 to Erick and Sandra Hauser Lake in the Hills Grandparents Carlos and Aida Navas Algonquin Jim and Betty Hauser Palatine RUSH NORTH SHORE MEDICAL CENTER Bennett Lee Reschke Sept 23 to Mary and Alan Reschke Chica go Brother of Joseph Grandpar ents Charleen Stocking and the late Willard Stocking Rolling Meadows Lee and Rose Harsch Neoga 111 SHERMAN HOSPITAL Jermiah Jovonta Sept 29 to Debbie Jones Hoffman Estates Lidio Valencia Oct 4 to Lidio and Dominga Perez Valen cia Streamwood Maleigfaa Kristina Nicoelle Oct 9 to Kimberli Hunter Stream wood WANTED VOLUNTEERS The Volunteer Center can help you find the right volunteer posi tion Call the centers Volunteer Pro gram ASVP at 847 2281320 or Retired Senior Volunteer Pro gram RSVP at 847 2281006 The Volunteer Center is open weekdays with 24hour voice mail Listed below is a sampling of the opportunities waiting for you Northwest suburbs Detail oriented persons with basic computer skills are needed to help at the local American Red Cross office Duties include answering phones customer ser vice mailings filing and special projects Weekday hours from 9 to 1 or 10 to 3 one or more days a week Training is provided ASVP A Casino Night to benefit Spe cial Olympics is planned from 6 to midnight Dec 6 at the Hilton Volunteers will be trained to deal craps blackjack and poker Must be 21 years or older ASVP Coach and ski with Special Olympians Nordic ski training will take place from 6 to Dec 6 13 Jan 10 and 17 in Rolling Meadows and from 6 to Dec 8 and 15 at Villa Olivia Addi tional opportunities include cleri cal data entry and bulk mailers days and hours are flexible ASVP A large new resale shop seeks volunteers to help sort price and display merchandise Proceeds from the shop benefit children and adults with disabilities Volunteers are welcome for all hours of opera tion especially on Wednesdays and Saturdays There is an urgent need for experienced cashiers all days of the week and a volunteer to show jewelry on Saturdays Seniors who dont drive urgently need volunteers to take them on errands and grocery drips Drivers for Meals on Wheels are also needed Assist staff at blood drives by greeting and registering donors serving refreshments and provid ing educational material Transport blood products to area hospitals using company vehicles day evening and Saturday drivers are needed Mail response and thank you cards update lists help with computer and phone work Hours are flexible A Parents Night Out for par ents of children with disabilities is planned from to Dec 3 Join the staff in activities with these children and their siblings so parents can have some time to themselves Volunteers are also needed to help with silent auction tables register guests sell raffle tickets at the dinner dance on Feb 26 Volunteers with Bible knowl edge and a good spirit are needed for a prison ministry correspon dence program After one hour of training you will be grading papers according to your schedule A com mitment of one year is required ASVP Spend some quality time with nursing home residents Visit write letters read to the residents and help with occasional personal tasks Times are flexible Gift shop cashiers are needed from to and 1 to 4 days and shifts are flexible and training is provided ASVP There is an urgent need for volunteers to feed or assist adults with multiple disabilities during the lunch hour from to weekdays Stipend available ASVP Caring committed women are needed to provide friendship and encouragement to other women who are struggling with the pres sures of parenting Six hours of training is provided with a commit ment of six months ASVP An agency is seeking office help from 9 Monday Wednesday Duties include phone work filing ancTqther mis cellaneous tasks Volunteers are also needed to escort older adults to medical appointments and on shopping trips Also seeking a retired gentleman to be a friendly visitor for a homebound resident H Caring and enthusiastic indi viduals are needed to do activities with residents at a continuing care facility Help transport residents to daily religious service and to and from the beauty shop within the building Assist with parties games crafts and exercising Help is also needed in the resale shop Monday Tuesday and Friday mornings and afternoons Assist with a local cable show Adults and teens 15 years and older are welcome to help with produc tion assistance editing writing and other areas Experience with production is hehv ful but training will be available ASVP Help kindergarten to 12th grade students at a homework cen ter from 4 to 7 Monday through Thursday This is a great opportunity for high school stu dents Minimum commitment is one hour per week Bilingual volun teers especially needed ASVP A thrift shop is seeking volun teers to price and sort donations ring up sales and interact with cus tomers Proceeds from the benefit an agency serving seniors and clients with mental health problems ASVP Volunteers are needed tocdl lect tickets at the Forest View Edu cational Center theater Oct 31and Nov 28 You are welcome through the performance once tick ets are collected Average lengthof each performance is VA hours Provide transportationfor youth services clients to counseling appointments in the early evening ASVP Make a difference in the life of a child Become a mentor working oneonone with an adolescent who is experiencing some difficulties Volunteers provide guidance friendship support and act as a positive role model The next train ing will be Nov 9 11 and 16 Make your furnace ready for Furnace Clean Check Well clean check adjust your furnace for winter safety peak performance best efficiency For worry free comfort from someone you ROLLING MEADOWS Heating Inc 8473949504 SCHAUMBURG Star Residential 8475177565 We Service All Makes Replacement parts repair labtx not Included OfferIn lieu of all other offers Limited one per family Expires Bryant Premier Dealer Hosting coming sviteim Hue 1904 The Scandinavian Store The Stores Danish owner travels Scandinavian countryside for traditional crafts and explores the 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