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We’re Gus and Tillie, cat partners in crime who live with the Goodale family in Glencoe. We’re brother and sister who were rescued by Officer Katie Sweeney, and she agreed to keeping us together in adoption. (Our family thought they were adopting two male cats, but the veterinarian set them straight!) Our hobbies are shredding any paper we can find, chasing each other through the house, and keeping an eagle eye out for squirrels, chipmunks, deer, and human foot traffic from our screened porch. And sleeping, of course.

Megan Bernard
Glencoe Union Church (263 Park Ave.) Gentle Yoga: Every Monday and Wednesday from 8:45-10 a.m., GUC offers a gentle yoga class. All are welcome; walk-ins are great. There is a $10 suggested donation. For more information, call (847) 835-1111.
Kirsten Keller
Hello, Glencoe! How’s 2019 treating you so far?
Megan Bernard
Community members of all ages are invited to help New Trier High School and #HashtagLunchbag Chicago pack 1,500 bagged lunches for the homeless.
Megan Bernard

Homes recently sold in Glencoe: 

SEPT. 22 

• 870 Oak Drive, Glencoe, 60022-1458 - Lippman Trust to John T. Schriver, Pamela P. Schriver, $888,000

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Fouad Egbaria
In light of automobile thefts and burglaries in recent weeks, the Glencoe Department of Public Safety issued a release last week advising residents to lock and secure unattended vehicles at all times and ensure that valuables left inside are hidden from plain view.
Fouad Egbaria

Get ready to run, bike, and swim along the North Shore while supporting community mental health organization, The Josselyn Center.

The North Shore Triathlon will take place on Sept. 15.

“[The race will start] on Lake Michigan, with a bike route along Sheridan Road and a run past the Baha’i Temple,” said Daniel Gill, who chairs the board for The Josselyn Center and who has participated in the triathlon in the past.

Megan Bernard
He’s a very friendly dog and enjoys being around his family - especially Grant and Grace.
Aleksandra Ivanisevic
It’s always good to have experienced senior leaders on your team.
Fouad Egbaria

Will Tilson continues down the path to stardom. 

The 14-year-old Wilmette blues musician was the champion of the Chicago Blues Challenge/Youth Showcase Nov. 20 at Columbia College in Chicago. 

All members of the competition were under 21 years old and lived within 150 miles of downtown Chicago. Tilson earned the top prize and will go with his band to the International Blues Challenge Jan. 23 in Memphis to perform a 30-minute set.

Fouad Egbaria

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