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A Glencoe Public Works employee reportedly does not have coronavirus and has reportedly received medical clearance after 14 days since exposure to the coronavirus , according to a Friday, March 13 release from the Village of Glencoe.
Village officials announced on March 4 that one of their employees had been exposed to an individual who had tested positive to the coronavirus. The employee worked two days — March March 2 and 3 — that week before being told of the possible exposure to the infectious virus.
Longtime Glencoe resident Madeleine Plonsker entered her love story to The Glencoe Anchor’s How We Met Contest and instantly captured our hearts.
Madeleine and her husband Harvey met in 1947 but didn’t really end up speaking until high school at New Trier; however, it was happily ever after when he asked to her to senior prom. Sparing the details (printed below), they’ve been married for 57 years now and have lived on Lincoln Drive in Glencoe for 48 of those.
A unique spaceship has landed at the Glencoe Library. It is on display for all to see on the library’s second floor in the Children’s Department.
The unusual item is the creative genius of Glencoe librarian Susan Schober.
“It is called Spaceship WRC,” said Finstad, head of Glencoe Library’s Children’s Department. “The WRC stands for the library’s Winter Reading Club, which is space-themed this year.”