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07/13/13 Glen Ellyn teen trains dogs to serve people with disabilities
By Susan Dibble - High school student Morgan is raising her sixth puppy for Canine Companion, an organization that provides service dogs for people with disabilities. Morgan, who expects to have raised eight dogs by the time she graduates from high school, will give... FULL STORY
07/03/13 Volunteers help Lisle's Eyes to the Skies take flight
By Susan Dibble - Tens of thousands of people come each year to Lisle's Eyes to the Skies festival each year to enjoy the hot air balloons, fireworks, music, carnival, crafts and food. For Roger Leone, who handles logistics and layout on the Lisle Eyes to the Skies... FULL STORY
06/25/13 Carol Stream hot dog shop owner finds redemption
By Susan Dibble - Will Amarantos was an alcoholic and drug addict for 11 years, starting at age 11. Then 2½ years he got into trouble, went through rehab and realized he wanted to work in the food industry as his parents and grandparents had before him. He saved his... FULL STORY
06/19/13 Glen Ellyn woman's GardenWorks helps needy families grow produce
By Susan Dibble - Tina Koral founded GardenWorks last year to provide families in need with raised-bed gardens and instructions on how to grow their own vegetables. This year with the help of two Girl Scout Daisy Troops, she has also planted two vegetable gardens on... FULL STORY
06/17/13 Naper Settlement's interim CEO steps in as guardian of Naperville history
By Susan Dibble - After a 40-year career with Illinois Bell and Ameritech and a decade of involvement with the Naperville Heritage Society, Mike Krol now is serving as the interim president and CEO of Naper Settlement. In his new position, he'll develop community... FULL STORY
06/15/13 Bower School's Patricia O'Connor treats more than bumps and bruises
By Susan Dibble - School nurse Patricia O'Connor doesn't just tape on Band-Aids and soothe kids with stomachaches at Bower Elementary School in Warrenville. She develops emergency plans for each special needs student, calms their anxieties about medical tests and... FULL STORY
06/03/13 For 10 years, Lou Nesslar has devoted his time, talents to Shedd
By Susan Dibble - Lou Nesslar has been certifed as a scuba diver since 1960 and, for the last 10 years since retiring from his job as a TV producer, has volunteered at the Shedd Aquarium. At least two days a week, you'll find him at the Wild Reef feeding the fish,... FULL STORY
05/21/13 Bloomingdale restaurateur honored for his music and good deeds
By Susan Dibble - Tony Spavone, owner of Tony Spavone's Ristorante in Bloomingdale, is known for entertaining customers with his singing talents and using them to raise money for chairtable causes. Now his gift of song and generosity have been recognized with an... FULL STORY
05/20/13 Proceeds from Naperville man's toy sales help battle muscular dystrophy
By Susan Dibble - As Naperville resident Marty Karlin watched his son, Ryan, 10, grow weaker from Duchenne muscular dystrophy, he wanted to raise awareness and funds for research to combat the disease. He and his family came up with ShtankOut, a plush toy that... FULL STORY
05/07/13 Carol Stream woman finds her voice thanks to pageant
By Susan Dibble - Danielle Austin of Carol Stream was crowned Ms. Wheelcchair Illinois America 2013 in March. She will represent Illinois at the National Ms. Wheelchair America Pageant in Houston in July. She'll be holding a fundraiser on May 19 to raise money for... FULL STORY
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