Local Voices Community Bulletin, Feb 19-25
Headlining this week: comparing sales taxes in various local towns, keeping your cat free of unnecessary vet trips and why 'Starry Messenger' has been scary for TWS to tackle.
Here's a sampling of what Patch's Local Voices contributors from the La Grange, Western Springs and La Grange Park area shared with us this week:
New contributor and La Grange Trustee candidate Dave McCarty talks about the reasons he loves La Grange.
Craig Fisher compares the sales taxes in all Lyons Township-area towns.
LTHS model-UN was top 10 percent at a Washington D.C. convention.
La Grange's LeaderShop welcomed two new experienced staff members.
The Park District of La Grange has an upcoming Family Fun Night.
Tom Smallcross shares the "story and surprises" of his 92-year-old home.
CPR has changed; find out how with StartCPR.
La Grange Park Cat Clinic has some tips for keeping your cat from needing additonal vet appointments.
First Congo Preschool is holding a seminar on what is expected of kids as they enter kindergarten.
Sixty Naz student musicians had an accomplished trip to a band competition.
Illinois Republicans review the week in the Senate.
And the MWRD director speaks to a water-reclamation foundation.
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