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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 30, 2000, Chicago, Illinois Daily Herald May 30 2000 NEIGHBOR Section 3 Students take part in graduation ceremonies May 24 in Hemmens The following Elgin Community College students are candidates for May 2000 graduation The com mencement ceremony was held May 24 at Hemmens Cultural Cen ter Elgin Algonquin Daniel Richard Aba los Kerry L Allen Lynn Schuman Ball Dain R Caplan Catherine L Fletcher Susan GoldSinde Annette Elizabeth Grauk Dawn Marie Guigli Elizabeth D Hamil ton Vickie Hatters Daniel Hopp Jonathan C Hopp Arie Kain Erika L Knigge Chad Kurka Chris A Legner Anna Lee Martell Sean Thomas McEvilly Mark Nabielec Heather Pinderski Jo Lynn Poll Amy L Ramirez Jeffrey K Rem pala Pauline Rider Trisha Michelle Spitzer Tina M Steel Sheila Sue Stellick Quin Nicole Suzzi Lori Lynn Tarchala Lana Kathleen Travosek Grant C Valstad Michael Richard Watson Kelly Jeanne Weber Benjamin Wilson and Susan E Zeb Arlington Heights Dawna D Kevorkian Aurora Michael Hendry and Ryan C Mann Bartlett Prudence L Affetto Suzanne K Bielech Kevin William Blackwell James P Brewer Caro line S Budz Kristin M Bykowski Robert Sean Carney Uzma Chohan Kelly Ebner Michael Ryan Ebner Stacey Anne Fickenscher Laurie Beth Fleischer Eric Fors Anne Elizabeth Geboskie Michael S Harms Brett Charles Hayes Michelle Renee Kallas Michelle Nicole Lio Virginia G McHugh Daniel R McKInley Eric B Mercil Sean Richard Morrissey Barbara Toczyski Nork Lisa Marie Pupillo Kirsten D Rich Lawrence H Rodgers Jennifer Marie Sabo Jeneen B Simich Jeff Skelley Rekha Suvagia Jason Eric Swan son Michael P Szarmach Kristin Marie Tobin Danielle Marie Wein gart Lee E Weiss Keith WltkowsW Nathan Woods and Joy Catherine Zaworski Batavia Jason Edward Johnson Daneen Marie Lang John George Petrakis and Scott A Smith Bensenville Jessica M Angstrom Bloomingdale David A Sode Burlington Emily Faith Hansen and Dawn Elaine Schroeder Carol Stream Ronald R Arnold Domenica Avelluto Alicia Lee Gib ECC son Mark E Molitor and Dana M Valentino Carpentersville Annabelle Bai ley Yesica Barrera Andrew S Brennan Antonio Cabral Jorge L Cayazos Araceli Chino Gregory P Daily Gina Diaz John Flink Kristi Lynn Gilly Martin E Gruber Katie Marie Haney Aurora Hernandez Samantha Susan Kampert Lisa Marie Kanavy Vicki Kelley Heather M Kwasny Kenneth B Larson Allison Marie Lindrum Amy Marie Malinger Mayra Mar quez Robert W McKinney Andrea Lynne Morales Melissa Marie Nyce Erik W Olsen Rodney F Olvera Frederick White Osborne Huber Joe Pozo Ray A Reyna Lisa R Rezendes Amy Beth Salvatore Jessica Sanchez Wendy J Sayre and Kristy Noel Smith Cary Jeffrey C Lozier Chicago Michael Mondia Hayes and Lolita Patrice Phillips Crystal Lake Anne Elizabeth Gavin Daniel L Hanlon Gregory A Hull Kristy Isonhart Brenda Lee Johnson Tiffany Lynn Koscielniak David M Perlick and Kristine M Redmond Downers Grove Eugene J CytrychJr East Dundee Lisa C Hanley Mary Lynn RopinsM Nicole Marie Sandelin and Timothy Marc Schol Elburn Kelly P Callaghan and Darlene Marcusson Elgin Angelina Abitua Lance Adams III John Alden Monica Aleta Alexander Kevin Scott Allen Jose Angel Alonzo Beth Altheimeri Gary Alvarez Kara Ann August Nicholas Edward Leonard Bach Heidi J Badgerow Derek Lyle Bax ter Karen Marie Beart Susana Bel tran Crystal N Berry Anne Bluem le Robert Bouza Christopher Brooks Justin H Buhmann Jason R Bulinski Meghan H Bullock Marcie Byrne Amie Ann Caban Michael Vincent Caraker n Connie L Carter Rachel Carter Adrian Catanescu James Richard Cecala Marcus W Chin Ericka Lynn Chris tiansen Rachel A Clark Gretchen Costanza Justin Cox Louis Diaz Kerry E Dopke Jhohn Dugar Brian Joseph Dunat Patricia Enriquez Maria J Espinoza Alicia Esquedak Thomas A Etherly Lynee M Feldhausen Stephen C Frazier Ramsey Garcia Keith Brandon Garnett Lynn A Garvey Janet M Giel Gayle A Glatz Lynette B Gonzales Maria De Lourdes Gonzalez Suhail Marie Gonzalez Kevin D Green Marta C Grijalva Thomas J Groholski Kan hui P Hannes Azra Syeda Haq Erin Michelle Hart Joshua S Hart Jillian Leigh Heintz Elisa Ann Hodge Kristin Elizabeth Hora Vic tor James Hukill Kanet James Amdie Dia Jashari Heather Jensen Ann Elizabeth Jeppson Adrian C Jimenez Carrie Ann Johnson Demetrias Laschelle Jones Lisa G Jornd Farrah Joy Padua Juan Denise Kasiak Jen nifer Ann Kelly Orion T Keoman Erin Colleen Kerwin Margaret Beth Kessel Hidayat Yar Khan Zeshan Khan Napko KIkuchi Kelly Klussmann Jennifer Loren Knight Vanna Kong Bun Lisa A Kowalyszyn Kristi H Kufeldt Ben jamin D Lamkin Megan J Langlo Victor J Laporte Amanda Jean Ledoux Colleen S Lester Jennifer Liepitz Kevin James Lipinski Eileen D Lloyd Jonathan R Lock hart Michael A Long Nicole Marie Mains Christin Mary Mantia Tamara L Markl Raul Marrero Richard Marshall Marc Martinez Yesenia Martinez Judith L McBride Chantel Marie McCarthy Susan LarsenMcGrath Pamela Jean Medcatf Dana Marie Meixner Robert Luis Mendoza George Christian Meyers Alejandro Mick ley Amy Carol Miller Robert Matthew Mitchell Erin K Morris sey Elizabeth A Mousel Diana Marie Munq Christopher Michael Negrete Arturo Nieves Karen Marie Noga Rebecca Lynne Nor man Rebecca Adrianna Oqyen Angela M Pagan Triria E Painter Dipika Patel Amphone Philavong Eve N Pinkton Kristine E Pollnow Meghan Tess Potenza Jimmy Prathan Erin C Rabjohn Erin Renee Rasmussen Roberta Eileen Rath Suzanne Residori Herbert D Roberts Wanda Rodriguez Aviles Malinda Rose Rollings Joseph G Rose Rotha Saing Priscilla Marie Sanchez Jeanne Lynn Schambach Michael Arthur Schubert Jochen L Schuld Tiffany Schultz Scott F Schulz Courtney Lynn Sensor Suzan J Shipyor Cynthia J Sim mons Emily Erin Simms Diana Lynn Ernst Sinn Dina M Sirchia Gabriel S Smith David M Seller FROM THE LI BRARY Join the fun of summer reading program The Gail Borden Public Library will launch its annual summer reading program on Wednesday at the library 200 N Grove Ave Elgin This years theme is Read for the Fun of It Registration for the various reading programs will be on Wednesday while summer programming will begin June 12 The overriding purpose of the summer reading program is to encourage people to read said Dan Zack director of the Gail Borden Public Library District It is not only for kids anymore We have programming and events for all ages Preschool children may join the ReadtoMe game in the Chil drens Center Participants keep track of titles read to them by adult caregivers and visit the library three times Children ages 3 and older also report on one of the books they especially enjoyed Independent readers may join Read for the Fun of It in the youth services room Children log the number of minutes they read make three visits to the library and describe through words or pictures one of the books they have read Children who complete either GAIL BORDEN ReadtoMe or Read for the Fun of It will receive a free paperback book and a ticket to the final event Farmer Bordens Country Fair This fun fair for preschoolers and grade school kids will be held from 2 to 7 pm Aug 3 Teens in seventh grade or older are invited to join the Young Adults Reading Club They record time spent reading and upon completion receive a free paper back book Teens may sign up in the youth services room Adults are encouraged to take part in the summer reading pro gram as well Interested adults can pick up a reading log at the adult services reference desk anytime throughout the program Participants will track their reading by writing down the titles and authors of books they have read To finish the program eight books need to be read over the course of the program Drawings will be held to award books to readers Summer programming officially gets started at 6 pm June 12 on the librarys south lawn with the first of four family picnics The library will provide a bever age dessert and entertainment People attending need to bring a picnic supper In case of inclement weather the picnic will be held inside Entertainment scheduled for June 12 is Fun Fun Fun with the Bucket Boys The Bucket Boys is a percussive group com bining music laughter interac tion and positive fife skills Other scheduled picnics at the library are Mondays July 10 and Aug 14 A picnic also has been scheduled for June 27 at Panton Mill Park in South Elgin In case of inclement weather the picnic will be held at the South Elgin Village Hall 10 N Water St All picnics begin at 6 pjn and entertainment starts at 7pm The Gail Borden Public Library District serves more than 110000 residents in Elgin and parts of South Elgin Hoffman Estates Bartlett and Streamwood For details call 847 7422411 or visit the Web site at wwwelginlibilus Jr Yolanda Sowers Earl W Spiegelberg Marta S Spurgeon Johanne Stephens Alexander Wal ter Martha B Tatro Jes sica Rae Termini Linda S Van Dusen Marisol Vazquez Kek Visaysouk Nichole Brooke Viverito Allen C Washburn Lisa A Wasielewski Marie ElizabethAnne Wojak Elizabeth Wolf Megan Lynn Woody Nicole Ann Wyels Nora J Yoshimura Ryan Young and David A Zierk Fox River Grove Carrie Ann Havard Galena Robin A Lowery Geneva Jennifer A Barnfield and Silvia Giarratano Gilberts Elizabeth Ann Gough Chad P Green Megan E Larson Derek M Luedemann Kevin McCann and Michelle Lynn Shover Glen Ellyn Komsun Watakeyanon Hampshire Michael Scott Austin Michelle P Bennett Melissa Biba Joseph R Bidinger Derek Brase Karen K Burgess Steven E Carey Michael James Carter Meghen C Erboe Gary R Gilley Mark Alan Hentschel Courtney Leigh Lentz Lynn Randecker and Victoria Irene KasprzakRoush Hanover Park Jodilynn Bennett Marsha M Devlin Carolyn P Igna cio Jody Lynn Jozwiak Francine Carmela Kavourinos James J Myatt Keith R Rominski and Michael A Saenz Harwood Heights Tim Me Carthy Hoffman Estates Cheryl Gomez Jaime M Gomez and Katherine Orquiola Huntley Brian R Berry Tamara L Lueth and Margaret M Ostrows kl Island Lake Kelly Hansen Itasca Ronald D Hoormann Lake in the Hills Jeffery Lynn Ash Susan Marie Becker Nicole Marie Donati Jennifer L Fanter Lynda Renee Gleeson Robert Hopp William Hough Corey Johansen Aaron J Meyer Joe Munson Terry L Nichols Colleen P Oerkfitz William R Pelinski Jr Gina A Rainey Matthew Thomas Rathbun Dorothy V Schaetzle Julia I Simmons Stephanie Lynn Slider Derek Ryan Swanson William A Todd and Aneta Lucja ZalewskL Marengo Paul L Daily Thomas Shaw Decker Abby Elizabeth Poll now and Sandra Arlene Stade McHenry Kermalene Marie Guida Michael Allen McCaffery and Paul A Mpntemayor Minooka Eileen Marie Wicyk Montgomery Gina Marie Kramer and Karla C Labath Mt Prospect William Joseph Ebel N Aurora Leticia M Lechuga and Elizabeth Catherine Tocheck Naperville Sarah Anne Haug land Rockford Brandetta M Dowell and Michelle Lynn Murphy Roselle Antonio Lafata Round Lake Beach Rebecca A Robies Round Lake Park Andrew J Amelio South Elgin Walter P Antos Nelida Ayala Brandon Alan Ballschmiede Michael Thomas Benz Charralie S Cabangal Susan A Clarke Bradley A Coker Cary Jo Cook Holly Marie DAngelo Michelle Renee Gaudier Margaret M Grundmeier Jaclynn K Houghton Ellen Marie Hroback Margaret W Jacobs Tiffany Lynn Kincaid Gloria J Liby Jordan Lip pitt Mylene M Mayes Bret D Nel son Carrie Ann OplawsM Melanie L Peterson Sara Beth Rzeppa Stacy P Seidel Cindy S Teague Paula Christine Woodworth Nathan Wunsh and Lori Zabplotzky Schaumburg Victor Akinola Valerie Marie Cerqua Christen Jill Decarlo Jennifer Anne Jones Polly E Maschinski and Donna Lynn Warnimont Sleepy Hollow Wendy Ann Allen Daniel Radojko Antic David Andrew Biskup Colleen Marie Griskey Lawrence L Hageman Jr Tamara Jayes Margaret B LaReau Rebecca Whiteman OCon nell and Jennifer Stevens St Charles Bryan J Atkinson Grant P Bales Jennifer Robyn Benrus Mary Elizabeth Bentley Aspasia Boyles Jennifer R Bren decke Maureen Lillian Carey Cartwright Cheryl Caruso William Edward Clancy Wendi Congleton Julie Marie Dean Dolores Lorraine Dencker Thomas E Eakins Julie A Fick Sandra Michele Shiflett Eric M Franck Joel Frickenstein Felix Mark Galvan Sara Danielle Gearen John Giannini John Martin Michael Gillespie Lynn Marie Golowacz Lauren L Greene Wal ter Blake Hudson David Wayne Jacobsen Paula J Johnston Heather L Jordan Boguslawa Kaczmarek Brian T Kot Diana L Lach Rebecca Lisann Larsen Vir ginia A Larson Christopher James Marren Kari Jean Missall Brad Morrison Wat Nazneen Thomas S Nicosia Corine Nogajewski Daniel E Okoren Jamie Ellen Okoren Donna Marie Olech Jennifer M Paris Kristen Parker Deborah Lea Parsley Jason Michael Posluszny John B Reichwein Melissa Sue Richardt Mark Joseph Schweizer Neil Sprindis Paul Winn Stanger Wynne Rose G Tabieros Janet J Thurber Eric Vandiver Jeffrey Tyler Wahl James White and Glo ria Jeanne Zero Sterling Kathleen BVincent Streamwood Nahid A Abdulhadi Kristine Marie Adams William C Adler Ana Celia Arvayo Safiha Kausar Baig Nancy Meredith Bran des Nicole Lyn Canale Emma E Castaneda Erin Colleen De Vita Antonio Esposito Christopher L Fenneman Andrew M Friebus Carissa A Hansen Margaret A Henderson Katherine E Jensen Chastity Ann Jones Anong Khoun thavong Melanie Knickrehm Jus tine Kope Anthony Michael Mar giotta Duran D Martin Michelle Marie Maslowski Arlene L Maz zanti Michael Mulhearn Elizabeth Ann Narhi Richard A Nieves Gia N Payton Melissa S Pekara Amanda D Seroski Margaret S Serpe Brian A Simone Diane Sue Thompson Leonel Velgara Lori Wieszchowski Maria Sue Wood Sycamore Andrew P Larson Ginger RaeAnne Shuman and Abbegail M Sivwright West Chicago Shuman Chehade Mark J Helimniak Elva Kmiecik and Robyn Marie Meyer West Dundee John P Fahy Susan B Fleischman Brandon Hansen Michelle R Kasper Robert Michael Manning Virginia Neira Julie A Paladino Tiffany Jean Roos and Dean M Willerth Waterman Stephanie Kathleen Bock Wheaton Daniel Dean Blayriey Michael James Mendenhall Christopher S North and Tamara Lynn Strakonsky Wonder Lake Bobbi J Buss and Edward J Dowell Woodstock Cathleen S Sanchez Sharon Eileen Smith Yorkville Holly Patricia Hippard and Andrea Renee Peterson PAWS program tp offer lots of fun for youth jJJ7 v It nanVi icll iiiiii s i ss The Elgin Public Museum 225 Grand Blvd Elgin has plenty of activities scheduled for the sum mer even though the museum doesnt officially open until July 15 PAWS Preschoolers and Wildlife Series will feature bugs during the June and July series The first session will be held June 6 13 and 20 Topics will include ladybugs crickets and fireflies The July session which will take place July 11 18 and 25 intro duces children to grasshoppers spiders and a critter show tell and craft PAWS is aimed especially toward children ages 3 to 5 Ses sions will be held from 11 am to noon or 1 to 2 pm Tuesdays The cost is for each three week series Parents are encour aged to stay and join in on the fun For details or to register call 847 7416655 Bubblefest will be held from noon to 3 pm June 10 at the museum This is a family activity that teach es chemistry and physics through the use of bubbles and bubble blowing The larger bubbles are large enough to enclose a child For details about these or other programs call the museum at 847 7416655 ew things so close can take you so far Register now for summer Classes begin in May June and July and end in early August YOO COULD WIN When uoti use your imagination to roaKe aMiele Masterpiece It all starts with this outline of a Miele vacuum cleaner available at your Miele dealer Then you color it paint it put feathers on it the more creative the betted Prizes awarded by age group 510 1114 1518 A national winner from each age group receives plus a donation in their name to their schools art program Local winners from each age group receive Come into your Miele dealer today to get your entry art form and complete contest rules No purchase necessary Your participating Miele vacuum cleaner dealer is BEST 1 VAC anything else is a compromise 1519 W Main St St Charles 3773539 Questions about Daily Herald home delivery Fox Valley DuPage County Cook County Lake County Find your dream house NEW HOMES SATURDAYS CommttmcntiTj Get down to 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