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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 6, 2013, Arlington Heights, Illinois Local focus Michelle Holdway a Pou vault do you remember your first pro baseball game join the conversation at i was around age 10-12 and it was a cubs game when Ernie Banks was still playing first base. Before the game for some reason we got to go out on the Field and i got Ernie a autograph. I still have it tucked away somewhere. I done to remember what other team was playing or who won. A posted by Clarence Hayward Comiskey Park a saturday in june 1977. We received tickets through the straight a grades program. A posted by Susan Sarkauskas it was june of 1961.1 was nine and Ron Santo was a Rookie. My father took me and my brother to a cubs is la dodgers double header the kind where the games were played immediately and you Only had to pay once remember Box seats were around $4.00. The cubs lost both games. I should have known then i was in for a lifetime of frustration. A posted by Dane Del Principe photos by Bob c h Vav f. D v a a Chwedyk a Tom Zengeler owner of Zengeler cleaners in Northbrook loads a truck with some of the 3,500 new and used prom dresses for the Glass Slipper project. Cinderella stories for Lith straight year cleaners collects prom Wear for those in need by Mick Zawislak Mza Wisusik daily Herald. Com thousands of needy Chi Cago area High school girls will be Able to look dazzling at their proms Courtesy of an annual collection of gently used gowns and accessories. For the Lith year Zengeler cleaners which has stores in eight communities including Libertyville participated in the event on behalf of the Glass Slipper project a Charity that gives gowns to students who can t afford them. This year Zengeler collected More than 3,500 prom dresses As Well As shoes jewelry handbags and other accessories valued at about $1.5 million. The items were loaded Friday morning onto a truck at the company s Headquarters in Northbrook for deliver to Mccorkle school in Chicago which will serve As a quot boutique quot to distribute the items. The focus of the collection is february through april with the word spread via the Glass Slipper previous donors and recipients and signs at Zengeler and other drop off Points. Dresses have come from students at Stevenson Deerfield Libertyville Lake Forest Carmel new Trier and other area High schools As Well As customers and other businesses. Quot the generosity of students donating their own dresses As Well As total strangers who purchased and donated Brand new dresses is Awe inspiring and truly amazing quot said Tom Zengeler president of the Ana Dominguez sorts through a Box of dress shoes at Zengeler cleaners in Northbrook where 3,500 new and used prom dresses Are prepared and shipped on behalf of the Glass Slipper project. A the generosity of students donating their own dresses As Well As total strangers who purchased and donated Brand new dresses is Awe inspiring and truly amazing a Tom Zengeler president of Zengeler cleaners amp see the video at company. Zengeler cleans presses and makes minor repairs to the dresses at no charge for distribution to the boutiques where students receive help from a personal shopper. Some of the gowns originally sold for hundreds of dollars and some of the donations Are new with Price tags still attached. All High school senior girls no matter where they live can participate with a school id. During its involvement Zengeler has collected More than 22,000 dresses the most of any participant. The Glass Slipper project was founded in 1999 by women who knew that Many High school girls can t afford to spend big Money on their proms. More than 23,000 High school women have been assisted since. Boutique shopping opportunities will be from 9 . To 4 . On consecutive saturdays april 20, 27 and May 4 at Mccorkle school 4421 s. State St., Chicago. Visit Lake county in 60 seconds St. Patrick preschool St. Patrick preschool in Wadsworth hosts an open House on wednesday april to from 6 30 to 8 . In the preschool classrooms. The school is at 15020 Wadsworth Road. All current and prospective families Are invited to attend tour the preschool and meet the current teachers. Registration for the 2013-14 school year is under Way. Children who Are 3 and 4 years old by sept. 1,2013 May enrol in one of three options offered by St. Patrick preschool. Newly added to the Early childhood program is a five Day session offered monday through Friday mornings for children who Are 4 and 5 years old by sept. 1,2013. Two and three Day sessions Are also available. All classes Are taught by certified preschool teachers. For information registration or a tour of the preschool Contact Debbie Lee Early childhood director at 847 623-8446. Roti to Benefit firefighter fund roti Mediterranean Grill in Vernon Hills will help raise Money for the firefighter behavioural health Alliance. The restaurant will donate 20 percent of every Purchase made Between noon and 7 . April 13, to a scholarship fund run by the nonprofit organization for children and spouses of firefighters who commit suicide. Roti is at 1240 e. Route 45. Patrons Are asked to present the cashier with a flyer available at . Recognition for mothers the Exchange club of North Chicago is seeking the names of mothers in the Community who have lost a child within the past three years for special recognition. To commemorate Mother s Day the club will deliver Flowers a Box of Candy and Light a Candle in remembrance of their son and or daughter who has died. The club needs the Mother and child s name and Contact information. There is no age limit or reason for the child s death. The Mother must currently live in North Chicago. Contact Kim Woods at 224 572-9888 or . The club wants to finalize the list by Friday. Preckwinkle at luncheon she Northwest suburban Chambers of Commerce and business associations will sponsor a luncheon featuring Cook county Board president toni Preckwinkle and Cook county commissioner Gregg Goslin. The quot conversation Over lunch quot event will be held from 11 30 . To i . Tuesday april 30, at the Holiday inn express 1550 e. Dundee Road Palatine. The Cost is $15 for members and $25 for others. To Register visit . Mundelein begins new Village Hall construction by Russell Lissau Lissau daily Herald com after years of Public discussions and planning construction of a new Village Hall in Mundelein is under Way. The two Story 32,000-Square-foot building eventually will stand on the 200 Block of East Hawley Street just Northwest of the town s Metra commuter station. The project is at the Core of Mundelein a redevelopment plans for the area. Shops multiunit housing and Green space for the Public have been proposed too. Quot it s really exciting quot mayor Kenneth h. Kessler said Friday following a groundbreaking ceremony. Quot it s the most important project that we be seen for years in the $10.2 million project should be completed in summer 2014, Village administrator John Lobaito said. The building was designed by Wight architects a Darien firm. Although construction work began this week Crews have been Busy on the site since 2011 with the Start of demolition of a building that had been there. That work concluded last year. A Vernon Hills firm called Weston solutions has overseen the project. As part of the towns Deal with Weston the company will move into offices on the second floor of the building when the Structure is Complete. Rent payments from Weston will help pay Back construction costs. Village savings will be used to pay for the building too Lobaito said. A local property tax increase will not be necessary. Officials have complained for years that the current Village Hall at 440 e. Hawley St. Is too Small and in t properly accessible for people with disabilities. But the need for a new municipal building is secondary to the desire to jump Start development in the heart of Mundelein Kessler said. The mayor whose second and final term ends next month sees the Village Hall project As a catalyst that already has attracted Developer interest in the area. Quot its a very Bright future for not Only the downtown area but the entire Village quot Kessler said. The current Village Hall is a converted fire station that dates Back to the late 1920s. The Fate of the Alpine style building Hasni to been determined. Buffalo Grove Man admits to sexual abuse by Barbara vitello Legal affairs writer by i Tellow daily Henala. Com a Cook county judge sentenced a Buffalo Grove Man to five years in prison after he admitted molesting a sleeping woman during an Arlington Heights House party last july. Omar Ontiveros 22, pleaded guilty to criminal sexual abuse wednesday in rolling Meadows. At his Bond hearing last year prosecutors said that Ontiveros entered a bedroom where the woman was sleeping and sexually abused her. As he fled other people asleep in the room awoke and were Able to identify him to the police prosecutors said. Judge Ellen Mandeltort credited Ontiveros with the 261 Days he has spent in custody and ordered him to pay $1,454 in fines. Private rooms top physicians expert care All under one roof Alexian Brothers women amp children s Hospital la in w Ope at Alexian Brothers women amp children s Hospital on the Campus of St. Alexius medical Center in Hoffman estates you la find the specialists you need the expertise you expect and compassionate care you can Trust close to Home. Our new Hospital offers a unique combination of dedicated highly skilled providers focused on expert care and Healing for moms and kids. 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