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					                            COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER                                                                           SUMMER 1999




                                                    Building Designs
                                                    Shaping Up Quite
                                                    Nicely
                                                                Page 3

                            Outgoing Board Members Look
                            Back at Years of Experience
                                                     Page 4

                            Meet the New Business
                            Manager
                                                Page 5
                            Lake Park students commemorated their schools 30th birthday
                            with an all school “stomp” to complete the two student-made,
                            felted wool murals which now hang in the school’s main hallway.



                                                              Is Y2K the “End of                             Police Department
                                                              Life As We Know                                Prepares for Livesaving
                                                              It?” Come & Find                               Emergencies
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                                                              Out                                                            Page 10
                                                                           Page 7

                            Time Trek Readers Teen & Adult Clubs                              A Piece of Addison History
                                                     Pages 7 & 9                              Makes Historic Journey
                                                                                                                                  Page 12
                             May 1999
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          Town
    Cyber Town Hall, Cable
      Television Forum,
      7 p.m.




      Unless otherwise noted, meetings are held at the following locations:
      Village of Addison - 131 W. Lake Street ........................................... 543-4100
      School District 4 - 222 N. Kennedy Drive .......................................... 628-2500
      Addison Public Library - 235 N. Kennedy Drive............................... 543-3617
      Addison Fire Protection District - 10 S. Addison Road ................... 628-3100
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District 4 School Board
      Mr. Ted Kato
         President
    Mr. Gene Campbell
                                             EDUCATION                                          Summer
                                                                                                  1999

      Vice President                          Published by the Board of Education of School District 4
    Mrs. Carol Cesario
         Secretary
    Mrs. Judy Bormann
       Mrs. Joan Rush
       Mr. Jack Sorci              Designing for tomorrow
      Mr. Tom Tancula
      Administration                     At its February meeting, the Board of Education authorized Wight
        Dr. Larry Weck           Companies to complete the drawings and determine cost factors for two
         Superintendent
       Mr. Tom Romano
                                 school additions. Army Trail School plans call for about 9,600 square feet
         Ass't. Supt. for        of new space to be added to the north of the current library. A technology
    Administrative Services      lab, science classroom, four regular classrooms, multipurpose room and
      Dr. Janice Skowron         library extension are on the drawing board. At Fullerton School, an ap-
   Ass't. Supt. of Curriculum    proximately 14,300 square foot addition is in the planning process. It
         Mr. Ron Wade
   Interim Business Manager
                                 includes a multipurpose room, art room, two classrooms, and special needs
      Dr. Robert Borucki         spaces. New bus lanes are also slated for both buildings.
  Director of Pupil Personnel            During Part One, professional designers and architects work with
             Services            administration, staff, principals and the District Supervisor of Buildings
        Mr. Tom Bookler          and Grounds to determine the best possible use for the new space. Build-
 Ass't to the Superintendent for
  Educational Technology and
                                 ing materials, HVAC systems, space configurations, lighting, technology
    Informational Services       needs, and storage are among the considerations.
                                         Part one requires eight to ten
                                 weeks of intensive work and con-
       Ardmore School            stant communication between archi-
 Mrs. Nancy Thomas, Principal
      Army Trail School
                                 tects and district planners to estab-
 Mr. Dean DeNicolo, Principal    lish the addition designs. The pro-
       Fullerton School          cess also involves determining how
   Mr. Jim Frontier, Principal   the additions will fit with the two
       Lake Park School          buildings.
Ms. Mary Ellen Reeves, Principal
        Lincoln School
                                         The task of meshing new
Mrs. Marilyn Krajenta, Principal construction with the two schools
Lutherbrook Children's Center requires studying both sites and
  Dr. Elaine Becker, Principal   buildings carefully. Using the
          Stone School           District's comprehensive CAD
 Mr. George Shannon, Principal
         Wesley School
                                 CAM computer files facilitates the Joe Munch, District 4 Supervisor of
  Mr. John Langton, Principal    process. Joe Munch, District Super- Buildings and Grounds, checks
   Indian Trail Junior High      visor of Buildings and Grounds, drawing specifications against CAD
 Mrs. Susan Liechti, Principal   works closely with the architects CAM files.
                                 providing information that aids the
   Addison School District 4     designs in progress. From the new designs, cost factors and detailed draw-
      222 N. Kennedy Dr.         ings are developed and a guaranteed maximum price set. Once the Part
    Addison, IL 60101-2497       One is complete the Board will decide how to proceed. Accepting Part
         (630) 628-2500          One will set the wheels in motion for four more phases.
            Web site:
www.asd4kids.dupage.k12.il.us
                                                                                      Continued on page 5


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4 Education                                                                                    Summer 1999


Board members were never bored
        S     chool will be out for the summer soon
              but school board members won't be tak-
ing a vacation from education. Newly elected Dis-
                                                             to provide an environment that promotes real learn-
                                                             ing; involving parents, teachers, and children. "It's
                                                             important to keep your ears open-to pay attention
trict 4 Board of Education members are busy learn-           to what teachers and parents have to say and to in-
ing the ropes from the current members. In Novem-            clude the child," she said.
ber, Board veterans Carol Cesario, Ted Kato, and Jack                 As time has gone by, Mrs. Cesario has ac-
Sorci will be replaced by new members Donald                 tively advocated for children. As a former teacher,
Puchalski, Peter Malecha, and David Williams. Be-            her goal has been to help children receive a well
tween them, the three outgoing Board of Education            rounded education. "You can't measure a person
members take with them nearly 50 years of experi-            only by book smarts," she explained, "heart smarts"
ence.                                                        are important too."
                                President Ted Kato has                She feels that helping children learn respon-
                       served the District since 1973,       sibility is extremely important and that parents and
                       taking only two one year              teachers must make that happen. To her the for-
                       breaks. Mr. Kato has experi-          mula for success involves parent, teacher, and child
                        enced both controversy and sat-      working together.
                        isfaction through the years. No                                      In 1991, Jack Sorci's
                        matter what the issues, he be-                               daughter started Kindergarten
                        lieves it is important for the                               and he ran for a spot on the
      Ted Kato          Board to work together. "You                                 school board. "I felt a respon-
                        have to be flexible and some-                                sibility to get involved and I
times you have to change your opinion," he noted.                                    wanted to send that message
To Mr. Kato, attendance is critical. "Absentee mem-                                  to her," he said. Mr. Sorci
bership doesn't work," he said. "Exchange of ideas                                   also wanted to be a part of
can't happen, if you're not there." Ted Kato has fol-              Jack Sorci        implementing enhanced busi-
lowed his own advice; missing a total of only three                                  ness/school partnerships, de-
meetings during his 24 year tenure.                          veloping technology opportunities and strengthen-
          Mr. Kato stated that he felt this was a good       ing the District's image.
time to leave because things are running smoothly.                    Jack Sorci believes that "out of the box"
"It is time for new blood," he said, " but I will miss it.   board discussions can implement positive change.
Maybe I'll get involved in an education commission           "It's important to keep challenging, keep raising the
at the state level. School Funding, would be good."          bar as a Board member," he said. Mr. Sorci feels
                                For Carol Cesario, cur-      that the time is right for the new Board to imple-
                       rent Board secretary, the District    ment long term plans built on the strong founda-
                       4 Board of Education has been         tion that has been established.
                       a 16 year commitment.                          "As frustrating and discouraging as it (be-
                       Through the years, she has            ing a Board member) can be at times, it is also ex-
                       maintained a focus on the need        tremely, extremely rewarding," according to Mr.
                       for parental involvement, being       Sorci. One of those rewards has been to see his
                       an advocate for children, and         daughter learn from his involvement. "I've suc-
   Carol Cesario       communicating with teachers.          ceeded," he noted, "She has learned that education
                       In her view, the Board's role is      is Job One."


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4 Education                                                                                Summer 1999
District 4 announces

New district business manager
       P     atricia A. Masterton
             assumed the duties of
the District 4 Business Office on
                                     volved in school finance, Ms.
                                     Masterton worked as a cost ac-
                                     countant for the Illinois Baking
April 1. Ms. Masterton, a certi-     Division of the Keebler Company.
fied school business manager,        She took the position at Maine
was the Director of Business for     Township because, as she noted,
Fremont School District in Lake      "Working in a school environ-
County before coming to District     ment, if you like children, is a
4.                                   wonderful place to be."
        During that time she su-             Ms. Masterton intends to
pervised school construction,        be visible around District 4. She
assisted in passing referendums,     believes that it is important for the
and helped to implement technol-     District Business Manager to re-
ogy. As the Director for Payroll     alize how decisions affect the
and Benefits for Maine Township      whole picture. "I need to under-
High School district 207, Ms.        stand what I'm trying to fund for       Patricia Masterton has
Masterton gained experience in       both the staff and the kids," she       joined the District as Assistant to
other areas of school finance in-    pointed out.                            the Superintendent for Business.
cluding implementing health in-              "I love what I do," the new
surance plans.                       District 4 Assistant to the Super-      looking forward to getting to know
        Before becoming in-          intendent for Business added, "I'm      this community and its people."


                                     Designing: continued from page 3
                                             Part two consists of contracting the construction for both sites.
                                     This is followed by Part Three which includes the bidding and per-
                                     mitting process. The longest segment of the entire plan is Part Four,
                                     construction. This portion is expected to take approximately eight
    Last Day of School               months. The last phase, Part Five, involves final inspections and ac-
        in District 4                ceptance of the new construction. All five steps are referred to collec-
                                     tively as a Design-Build Construction method.
         Thursday                            Both the Army Trail and Fullerton School projects are ex-
                                     pected to be completed for the opening of school in the fall of 2000.
       June 10, 1999                 The additions will ease classroom space constraints in the District.
                                     Slow but steady increases in student enrollment and increased de-
  Note: Date subject to              mand for specialized class space prompted the expansions.
  change if additional                       This is the first time District 4 has utilized the Design-Build
  emergency days are                 Construction Method. The total cost of both projects is set at ap-
                                     proximately 3.5 million dollars. No new tax will be levied to finance
  needed.                            the additions. Funding will come from the District's current reserves
                                     and future tax revenues.


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4 Education                                                                               Summer 1999


      Three schools turn thirty or more
          L   ike     children     of    the      sixties,    three    District      4    schools
             thirty-something this year. Lake Park and Lincoln Schools both opened in 1969 at a time of
                                                                                                         turn

                                        peak enrollment. Indian Trail Junior High, their older sibling, is
                                        thirty-five in November.
     Happy Birthday!                             Lake Park kicked off its celebration in March with the
                                        completion of two felt murals, Dawn and Dusk. A community
         Lake Park School               open house was held in May featuring birthday cake and student
          March 12, 1969                designed classroom plaques. A special anniversary flag welcomed
                                        visitors to the celebration.
          Lincoln School                         Lincoln School celebrated its anniversary at its Spring Mu-
        February 17, 1969               sical in March. Rosa Polak, Ted Kato and Cindy Braun were hon-
                                        ored as Lincoln pioneers. Mrs. Polak has assisted thousands of
     Indian Trail Junior High           children check out books as the school's library aide. Mr. Kato,
       November 14, 1963                District 4 Board of Education president, was the originator and
                                        chartering president of the Lincoln PTA.
                                        Ms. Braun taught at the school when it
                                        opened and, after a brief stint at Indian
Trail Junior High, has been at Lincoln since.
        Indian Trail Junior High opened its doors on November 14, 1963. In
1973 the "round" building and west gym were added. Today the school serves
the entire District 4 junior high population.




                                                   Make a Note:
                              First Day of School: Wed., Sept. 1, 1999

      •       Registration packets will be mailed in early August.

      •       Registration will be held the last two weeks of August.

      •       See July Spotlight on Addison for school registration dates and times.




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                                                                         Addison
                                                                          Public
 235 N. Kennedy Drive * Addison, Illinois 60101
      Main Telephone: (630) 543-3617
                                                                         Library
                                                                                    Check It Out
                                                                                    Check
       Reference Desk: (630) 458-3318
   Readers’ Services Desk: (630) 458-3320
  Children’s Services Desk: (630) 458-3338
  Hours: M-Th, 9-9; F, to Memorial Day, 9-6;
      F, Memorial Day to Labor Day, 9-5;
       Sa, 9-5; Su, through May 23, 1-5;
       Su, May 23 to Labor Day, Closed.

             May/June                                       Teen and Adult Clubs
            Dates
            Dates to Note                                   Saturday, June 5–Tuesday, August 31
May 11...................Board Meeting, 7 p.m.                   Start your TREK toward the millennium; join a Summer Reading Club. It’s the
               Your Place in the Sun, 7 p.m.                timely thing to do this summer! Beginning June 5, clock in at the Readers’ Services
May 15.....................Tulip Time, 7:30 a.m.            desk. Join the Teen or Adult TIME TREK READERS club and collect a timely gift. The
May 18....................................Y2K, 7 p.m.       TEEN CLUB is for readers entering high school in the fall through 18 years of age. The
May 30.............Closed Sundays Through                   ADULT CLUB is for those who are over 18 years of age.
                                           Labor Day             For registering, receive a bag of goodies, including a small calculator and $5 in
May 31...................Memorial Day, Closed               VideoBucks. The first 130 people who finish will earn a terrific acrylic paperweight
June 3....................Paris by Night, 1 p.m.            of the world. Everyone who finishes will receive an entry into the Grand Prize
June 4........Friday Summer Hours Begin,                    drawing.
                                        9 a.m.–5 p.m.            The rules are few; the rewards are many. From June 5 through August 31, read a
June 5...............Summer Reading Begins                  total of six books that you choose. Your total can include two unabridged
June 8....................Board Meeting, 7 p.m.             audiobooks. When you complete your six selections, you will qualify for the Grand
                                                            Prize Drawing. You must have an Addison Public Library card, and all of your
                                                            choices must be checked out from the Library.
 How can we help you take full advan-                            Adults vie for the Grand Prize, a $75 bookstore gift certificate; teens, a $50
 tage of a Library program? Please let                      bookstore gift certificate. Grand Prizes for both clubs—donated by Lipinski and
 Sally Schuster, 458-3308, know of any                      Associates, Ltd.—will be drawn Wednesday, September 1.
 special needs no later than one week                            For all Teen and Adult Club members, there will be a separate drawing at the end
 prior to the program.
                                                            of each month. Each book you read will earn one chance in the monthly drawing.
                                                            Entries are unlimited; each month you start fresh. You can win only one prize per
                                                            month, but prize winners will still qualify for the Grand Prize and other final
             Board of Trustees:                             drawings. Winners will be contacted by phone, or stop by the Readers’ Services desk
        Virginia M. Clark, President                        to see if you have won!
       Judy Belanger, Vice President
                                                                 TREK through our collections. We will have bibliographies with a number of
         Marie L. Perry, Secretary
         Kathleen Camp, Treasurer
                                                            timely reading suggestions. Reading will make you a winner!
          Marilyn K. Sala, Trustee                               It’                  Life    We
                                                            Y2K: It ’s Not the End of Life As We Know It!
                                                            Tuesday, May 18, 7 p.m.
Director...................................Sharon Hoffman        Companies and organizations are not the only ones who have Year 2000 risks.
Assistant Director.......................Edna Kaempfer
Adult Services.................Mary MedjoMeZengue           You and your family do too. Jim Frazier, the Year 2000 Practice Manager for CWE2
Children’s Services..................Helen Kowalczyk        Network Systems of Arlington Heights, will help you identify your personal risks and
Technical Services/Circulation..Tracey Callison             assess them so you can overcome them. Learn how to deal with the technology—PCs
   Editor.................................Sally Schuster    and other computer systems—in your home. Make contingency plans based on your
                                                            informed understanding of your Year 2000 risks.
              Web Site                                           Register at the Readers’ Services desk, 458-3320, for this important seminar so
     http://www.addison.lib.il.us                           you too can be Y2K OK.
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 Addison Public Library


                                              Tulip Time in Holland, Michigan
                                                    Time                higan
                                                                     Michig
                                              Saturday, May 15, 7:30 a.m.-8 p.m., $60 per person
                                                   Tulip time is almost here! The Dutch Village depicts the life style of more than
                                              100 years ago. Dutch architecture, bridges, canals, tulip gardens, and more provide
                                              enjoyment for all.
                                                   For lunch, the Queen’s Inn Restaurant in the Dutch Village will serve anytime
                                              during the visit. Select from five different entrees; of course, dessert is included. A
                                              large discount mall is right next to the Village for those who cannot resist a bargain.
                                                   What would Holland be without acres and acres of tulips? See many different
                                              kinds and colors in a beautiful setting. At the DeKlomp/Wooden Shoe and Delft China
                                              Factory, watch a “Klompmaker” carve a shoe from a piece of wood. See artists at work
                                              painting pottery the way it was produced in the Netherlands.
                                                   The $60 nonrefundable payment includes lunch and all entry fees. Reservations must
                                              be made in person at the Readers’ Services desk. Space is limited.

                                              Your Place in the Sun—                        Paris by Night
                                                                                                  by
                                              Garden
                                              Garden Planning                               Thursday, June 3, 1 p.m., $3 per person
                                              Tuesday, May 11, 7 p.m.                           The Library and Addison Park
                                                   Is there anyone better to help you       District proudly present Richard
   It’s TIME to join the TIME TREK READ-                                                           Fammeree and Barbara Bates
   ERS.. There is a club for everyone from    plan your garden than a lecturer from the
                                              Chicago Botanic Gardens? This lecture                 (Linnaeus) in Paris by Night, a
   preschoolers through seniors.
                                              and demonstration will help you                       musical adventure from the
                                              determine what kind of garden to create               ultimate cabaret.
Internet Classes                              and how to best use the available space                    Hear the world’s most
Æ INTRODUCTION TO WEB BROWSERS                for trees, shrubs, flowers, or vegetables.              beautiful, scintillating songs.
                                              Plan a garden that is productive,                        Experience the daring romance
Thursday, May 6 or June 3, 7-9 p.m.
                                              pleasurable, and easily maintained.                       of expatriate adventures. The
     Learn about navigating buttons on
                                                   Call the Readers’ Services desk, 458-                 performers’ repertoire
the toolbar, typing in Web addresses,
                                              3320, to reserve one of the limited                          includes the music of Cole
finding hyperlinks, and saving book-
                                              spaces.                                                      Porter, George Gershwin,
marks; then, practice at the Library’s
Internet workstations. This class is          Book Discussions                              Edith Piaf, Yves Montand, and more.
                                                                                                Paris by Night will be presented at
intended for beginners.                       Tuesday, May 4, 7:30 p.m.
                                                                                            the Addison Park District, 120 E. Oak
ÆBASIC SEARCHING OF THE INTERNET              Black Cherry Blues by James Lee Burke
                                                                                            Street. The fee of $3 per person is not
Thursdays, May 13 &20 or June 10 & 17,             Dave Robicheaux is clinging to his
                                                                                            refundable. Tickets must be purchased in
7-9 p.m.                                      sanity by a thread. Still reeling from the
                                                                                            person and are available at both the
     This two-session class introduces you    brutal murder of his wife and the death of
                                                                                            Library and the Park District.
to the basic concepts of Web directories      his Cajun father, he feels overwhelmed
and search engines. Learn how to search       and initially refuses an old friend who
through a classification system and how       comes to him for help. He is unwillingly
                                              pulled into the case and must solve the
                                                                                             Book Dedications
                                                                                                  Dedications
to use keyword searching.                                                                         The staff of the Addison Public
                                              crime not only to help his friend, but also
ÆRESEARCHING YOUR ROOTS ONLINE                to protect his daughter.
                                                                                             Library dedicated the book Duels in
Thursday, May 27 or July 1, 7:30 p.m.                                                        the Sky: World War II Naval Aircraft
                                              Tuesday, June 1, 7:30 p.m.                     in Combat by Eric M. Brown in
     There has been an explosion of
                                              Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card               memory of Richard D. Unser.
family research data added to the Web in
                                                   Twice devastated by an alien race              The Addison Art Guild dedicated
the last few years. Thousands of sites are
                                              know as the Buggers, Earth establishes a       the books Watermedia Techniques for
awaiting your discovery. Join us for an
                                              battle school to train children. Endlessly     Releasing the Creative Spirit by
introductory look at some of the best sites
                                              playing strategic games, the children are      Marilyn Hughey Phyllis and Fruits of
for online genealogical research.
                                              groomed to be the future commanders of         the Earth: Flowers and Fruit in
     Register for these classes at the        Earth’s fleet. As the best of the best,        Needlepoint in memory of Florence
Readers’ Services desk, 458-3320.             Ender Wiggin is forced to undergo              Plaisance Frank.
Introduction to Web Browsers and Basic        isolation, physical and emotional                   The Midwest Division of the
Searching of the Internet are limited to      hardship, and separation from all he has       Train Collectors Association donated
10 participants and require a $25 deposit,    loved. As humanity pins its hopes on           Lionel Trains: Standard of the
due at the time of registration. Refunds      one boy, other factions on Earth are           World, 1900-1943.
are given for perfect attendance.             plotting a different future.

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                                                                                                               Addison Public Library




                    Kidding Around
Time Trek Readers
           eaders
     Tr Reader                               Trek into Space                                Arthur Alive
                                                                                            Arthur Alive
June 5-July 31                               Wednesday, June 16, 7:30 p.m.                  Thursday, June 24, 1 p.m.
     Don’t waste any time; come to the       All Ages                                       Grades 4–8
Library beginning June 5 to register for          Hubble NASA slides and live Internet           TREK back in TIME with Lady Joan, a
Summer Reading 1999. An Addison              sites will take us on a TREK back in TIME,     medieval noblewoman and storyteller.
Public Library Card is a must; parents of    while information on the Galileo Probe of      Lady Joan, alias Joan Caton, takes us to
preschoolers will use their cards. TIME      Jupiter and the visit to Mars will propel us   the land of Camelot as the legend of King
TREK READERS from preschool through          forward in TIME. Astronomy expert              Arthur is recreated. Her presentation
grade 8 will report TIME spent reading       Gregory Lopatka will end this presenta-        includes medieval music and banners, a
and receive awards on the spot at the        tion outdoors. Bring your own binoculars       slide show, audience participation, and a
Readers’ Clock. Join one of the              or telescope, if you have one, to view the     question-and-answer period.
following clubs:                             crescent moon and ask questions. Parents
     READ-WITH-ME (Preschool)                should plan to attend this program or join     June 29, 1999
     CLUB I (Grades K–2)                     their child outside before the library         Tuesday, June 29, 1 p.m.
     CLUB II (Grades 3–5)                    closes at 9 p.m                                Grades 1–3
     BOMB (Grades 6-8)                                                                      Registration required; Group limit, 25
     July 31 will come in no TIME, so                                                           Bring your imagination and TREK into
TREK in early.
                                             Yo-Yo Man
                                              o-Yo                                          another dimension through David
Kick-Off
   k-Off
Kick-Of                                      Tuesday, June 22, 1 p.m.                       Wiesner’s books: June 29, 1999;
Saturday, June 5, 1 p.m.                     Grades 2–8                                     Tuesday; Free Fall; and Hurricane.
All ages                                          Some things are timeless. Yo-yos are      Activities related to the strange happen-
    Meet MacDuff, Cowboy Roy, and            just as much fun now as in the past. Learn     ings in Wiesner’s stories of flying frogs,
Alphius Clancy Adair, among others, as       the how-to’s of spinning a yo-yo with the      vegetables, and people are planned for
we begin our TREK through TIME. Kevin        help of expert Barry North. Bring your         adventurous readers.
Adair is our guide through stories,          own yo-yo to use during the program, or
juggling, music, and more. Begin your        you may purchase one from Barry for $5.        Volunteens
summer with this perfect start to TIME       Those who attend will be entered in a          Orientation Meeting: Saturday, May 22,
TREK READER fun.                             raffle for TIME TREK READERS yo-yos.           1 p.m., or Wednesday, June 2, 7 p.m.
                                                                                            Grades 5–8
      Times
Story Times                                                                                      Volunteens, your help is needed to
TODDLER TIME (2S AND YOUNG 3S PLUS AN ADULT)                                                register and record reading time during
Thursdays, June 17-July 29, 10:30-11 a.m.                                                   the Summer Reading program. Pick up
     Nursery rhymes, stories, music, and fingerplays for toddlers and their care-givers     an application form in Children’s
will be presented in the storytime room.                                                    Services beginning May 1. To qualify,
PRESCHOOL STORYTIME ON THE LAWN (AGES 3–5 PLUS AN ADULT)                                    Volunteens must attend one of the
Wednesdays, June 16-July 28, 10:30-11 a.m.                                                  scheduled orientation meetings.
     Take TIME for fun: Bring a blanket or lawnchair for stories, music, and crafts. In     Applications must be returned to
case of inclement weather, storytimes will be held in the meeting room.                     Children’s Services by Friday, May 21.

Babysitter Training
Bab        Tr
Saturday, May 15, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Ages 11–15
Registration required; Group limit, 10
    This class, taught by an American Red Cross Instructor, will give you the knowledge, skills, and confidence to care for infant
through primary school-age children. It focuses on injury prevention, first aid, basic child care, decision making, problem solving,
and leadership skills. Anyone who babysits should take this course! Beginning May 1, register at the Children’s Services desk.


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                                                  News from the

                               Village of Addison
                                                                                                Summer 1999

                                                                     Addison Community
  From the Mayor’s Desk ...
            Addison has achieved                                   Partnerships to Save Lives
                     another one of its many                        Through a community partnership, the Addison
                     advantages by entering into a             Police Department received three automated external
                     partnership that will someday save        defibrillators (AED) for use on victims of sudden car-
                     lives. The Village of Addison and         diac arrest. Two of the units were purchased through the
                     the Rotary Club of Addison have           police department’s capital budget with one additional
                     worked together in purchasing the
                                                               unit sponsored by the Rotary Club of Addison.
                     first set of automated external
                                                                    American Red Cross Acting President Steve Bul-
                     defibrillator (AED) devices to be
used by trained police and public agency personnel in          lock and Addison Police Chief Mel Mack participated in
the event of a sudden cardiac arrest emergency.                a kickoff event on March 15 at the American Red Cross
      AEDs are small, portable, easy to use devices            Service Center in Arlington Heights. On that day, the
that deliver lifesaving defibrillation to victims of           first six Addison police officers were trained on the use
sudden cardiac arrest.                                         of AED machines in conjunction with CPR lifesaving
      According to statistics from the American Red            techniques at no charge, thanks to the work of the
Cross, with proper use of the device, 100,000 lives            American Red Cross of Greater Chicago.
could be saved each year and survival rates could                   “Someone in the United States suffers from sudden
jump from 5 percent to 30 percent with the AED                 cardiac arrest nearly every five minutes, and AEDs are
technology.
                                                               an amazing new technology that can significantly de-
      Earlier this spring, the Addison Police
                                                               crease the number of Americans that die from sudden
Department purchased two of these AED units, and
one additional AED through the Rotary Club’s                   cardiac arrest each year,” Bullock said. “The partner-
sponsorship.                                                   ship between the Rotary Club, the Police Department
      In the future, at least one police squad car in          and the Red Cross is a powerful partnership, and it’s a
each of the five beats in our village will be equipped         model that hopefully other communities will follow to
with a defibrillator for use by officers, who are often        make this training and device available to as many
the first to arrive at the scene of an emergency. Also,        Americans as we can get
it is my hope that all public buildings in Addison will        it to.”
have units available for use by trained personnel.                  “The Rotary Club is
      On behalf of the Village Board and our                   the first organization to
community, I wish to thank and congratulate the
                                                               sponsor the purchase of
administration of the Addison Police Department and
                                                               a defibrillator in the
the Rotary Club of Addison for working together in
bringing this lifesaving technology to our community.          community,” Mack
I encourage other community organizations to                   said. “I hope other or-
consider supporting this project through sponsoring            ganizations will follow
the purchase of additional units.                              in their support, and en-
                                Respectfully,                  courage others in the
                                                               business community Addison Police Officer John
                                                               and public agencies to Hanna (left) is trained by Ameri-
                                                               purchase an AED for use can Red Cross Acting President
                                Larry Hartwig
                                                               in lifesaving emergen- Steve Bullock, to use one of the
                                Mayor                                                    police department’s new auto-
                                                               cies.”
                                                                                        mated external defibrillators.
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Summer 1999                                                                                          Village of Addison

                                                                                      Adopt-a-Cop for
                                                                                      Special Olympics
                                                                                                              Citizens and
                                                                                                            business orga-
                                                                                                            nizations are
                                                                                                            being asked to
                                                                                    support Addison Police Officers,
                                                                                    who will be joining 40,000 officers
                                                                                    from every state and 15 nations in
                                                                                    carrying the flame for Special Olym-
                                                                                    pics more than 52,000 miles.
                                                                                         Thanks to support for the Law
                                                                                    Enforcement Torch Run, police of-
                                                                                    ficers donated enough money last
                                     Breaking new ground                            year so that one million children
                                    Despite cold, snowy weather, more than 50
                                    people turned out March 6 to celebrate the      and adults with mental retardation
                                    groundbreaking for the new Village Hall,        in the United States were able to
                                    including (top, left to right) Village Trust-   participate in year round sports train-
                                    ees Don LaPato, Richard Veenstra, Harry         ing and
                                    Theodore and Jarrod Russotto, State Rep-
                                    resentative Lee Daniels, Mayor Larry
                                                                                    c o m p e t i - The Special Olympic
  Hartwig, Miss Addison Kristen Bruns, Trustee Angelo Chrysogelos, Village          tions.          Oath: “Let me win,
  Manager Joseph Block, DuPage County Associate Judge Kenneth Torluemke,                 Please but if I cannot win, let
  Village Clerk Lucille Zucchero and Addison Township Assessor Christo-             help        us me be brave in the
  pher Kachiroubas. At left, Mayor Hartwig and Rep. Daniels greet residents         c o n t i n u e attempt.”
  at the Century House. Check the Village website at www.AddisonAdvantage.org
  for updates on the Village Hall Construction.                                     our assis-
                                                                                    tance to the Special Olympians so
                                                                                    that they may continue to experi-
                                            Art Notes                               ence skill, courage, sharing and the
                               Children’s Theatre Workshop                          joy of the games by making a dona-
                                                                                    tion to the Law Enforcement Torch
                               The sixth annual Musical Theatre Work-
                                                                                    Run for Special Olympics.
                 shop for children ages 8-12, cosponsored by the Addi-
                                                                                         Please make the Special Olym-
son Theatre Guild and the Addison Cultural Arts Development Com-
                                                                                    pics your charity by Adopting-A-
mission, will take place at Centennial Park, 1776 Centennial Drive.
                                                                                    Cop and making a donation to the
    Classes will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays, June 29 through July
                                                                                    Torch Run.
29, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The cost is $45. Sign up at Addison
                                                                                         Addison Police Officers will run
Community Park, 120 E. Oak St.
                                                                                    on June 6, 1999. Cheer us on as we
    Two evening performances will culminate the program on July 30
                                                                                    run through town on Lake Street to
and 31 at Addison Trail High School’s Little Theater, 213 N. Lombard
                                                                                    Villa Avenue.
Road, at 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend – tickets will be available
                                                                                         To donate, please request an
at Community Park, or at the door.
                                                                                    Adopt-a-Cop registration form by
               Commission Member Needed                                             stopping by the Addison Police De-
   The Addison Cultural Arts Development Commission has a va-                       partment at 131 W. Lake Street, or
cancy, and is seeking applicants for membership. To receive an                      download a copy from the Village’s
application, call Village Clerk Lucille Zucchero, at 543-4100, ext. 252.            website. (www.AddisonAdvantage.org)
For more information, call Annette Leiber at 543-2039.
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Village of Addison                                                                                           Summer 1999

                                                            It’s 1:52 a.m.........
                               Do you know where your Sump Pump is????
               It’s there, hidden deep        gestions that the average homeowner      are tight and that there are no obvi-
          in your basement or crawl           can perform.                             ous leaks.
          space, working silently                 Every spring and fall you should         You should also examine the
          day and night protecting            run the pump manually to bring the       check valve for proper operation.
your home from water damage.                  water in the pit below its normal        This check valve is important in
    Your sump pump is responsible             shut off setting. Disconnect the pump    preventing water from back flow-
for keeping ground water from en-             from its power source. Wearing pro-      ing into the home.
tering your lower level. Although             tective gloves, check for debris in          The power supply to the pump
mostly forgotten about until it fails,        the pit such as lint, small gravel or    should be checked for faulty wires
your sump pump is one of your                 anything that could possibly obstruct    or connections. These may loosen
home’s most important pieces of               the pump from operating.                 or wear due to pump vibration.
equipment, as necessary as a fur-                 You should also check the im-            Following these simple mainte-
nace or refrigerator.                         peller opening at the underside of       nance suggestions can possibly help
    With a little maintenance your            the pump or around the pump base         avoid any serious water damage to
sump pump will give years of ser-             to make sure it is clean and clear.      your home and furnishings by storm
vice and protect your investment.                 Check all piping to make sure all    water and help increase the life of
    Here are a few maintenance sug-           joints, whether threaded or clamped,     your sump pump.


                                                           History Makes Long-Awaited
      Welcome to ...
                                                           Journey Through Downtown
     The following businesses have re-
cently joined our community, and the                    It’s been a part
Village of Addison extends a warm                  of Addison for as
welcome to each of them. We encour-                long as anyone in
age our residents to patronize these, and          town can remember,
all local businesses whenever possible.            but if you look for it
    Addison Auto Repair, 430 W. Kay #C             on Lake Street – its
    Ami Professional Cleaning Services, 608        home for more than
Winthrop                                           100 years – you
    Aqua Tan, 1501 W. Lake St., #3                 might be startled to Nearing the last leg of its journey, the Balzer home
    Capitol Mortgage, 70 E. Lake St.
                                                   find an empty lot. turns off Lake Street onto John F. Kennedy Drive.
    FDF, 220 Gerri
    JDF Auto Service, 225 W. Laura                      The      Balzer The more than 100-year-old house is now located in
    Laminations Unlimited, 367 Rohlwing            Home, along with its the Historical District and will serve as the new
Road                                               a c c o m p a n y i n g Historical Museum.
    Lazer X of Addison, 1455 W. Lake St.           coach house, at last made its historic journey from 127 E. Lake St.
    Marcus Press, 906 Westwood
                                                   to its new home on Army Trail Blvd., just south of Village Hall.
    Personal Touch Auto Wash, 2151 Army
Trail Road                                              The move shut down Sunday morning traffic on Lake Street on
    Schnidt Cartage, Inc., 1005 Republic           March 28, but neared its destination by late that morning. Crews
                                                   worked for hours to complete the delicate move off the street, onto
        O’HARE NOISE ABATEMENT                     the vacant lot next to the Century Home.
                                                        Once secured to their foundations, the buildings will be used to
                HOTLINE                            house the new Historical Museum, which is being displaced with the
           800-435-9569                            construction of a new Village Hall.
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Summer 1999                                                                                                  Village of Addison
            Village of Addison                                           Torch Run for Special Olympics
          131 W. Lake St.
       Addison IL 60101-2786                                               On Sunday, June 6, several members of the Addison
          (630) 543-4100                                                Police Department will be taking part in the annual Law
         FAX (630) 543-5593                                                Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics. The
              E-Mail:                                                      Officers will be joining more than 125 other Police
     voa@AddisonAdvantage.org                                              Officers from various DuPage County Departments to
             Web site:                                     run, bike, rollerblade throughout DuPage County to raise funds for
     www.AddisonAdvantage.org                              Special Olympics.
                                  Extension #                  If you would like to “Adopt-A-Cop,” or contribute to the event,
 Mayor Larry Hartwig                                       send checks payable to the Illinois Torch Run for Special Olympics to
 Home 543-2651 ................................ 248        the Addison Police Department, Crime Prevention Section, 131 W.
 Village Clerk Lucille Zucchero
                                                           Lake St. Addison, or call Crime Prevention at 543-3080 for any
 Home 773-3889 ................................ 252
                                                           additional details.
 Village Trustees:
 Angelo Chrysogelos
 Home 834-4141 ................................ 246                           Wood chip supply available
 Don LaPato
 Home 279-2295 ................................ 246                               The Village maintains a supply of wood chips at
 Sylvia Layne                                                                 the corner of Vista and Winthrop Avenues. They
 Home 543-5878 ................................ 246                           are available to Addison residents free of charge.
 Jarrod Russotto                                                                  Wood chips applied around the base of your
 Home 458-0313 ................................ 246        plants provide a beneficial mulch which retains the moisture in the soil,
 Harry Theodore                                            holds down aggressive weed growth, returns nutrients to the soil,
 Home 628-0056 ................................ 246
                                                           prevents lawn mowers from damaging your plants and is visually
 Richard Veenstra
 Home 782-0257 ................................ 246
                                                           attractive.
                                                               The wood chip supply is accessible at all times. If you need more
 Village Manager                                           information, please call the Public Works Department at 620-2020.
 Joseph Block .................................... 249
 Assistant Village Manager
 John Berley ...................................... 300
 Personnel ......................................... 301     The Advantage is ...
 Water Billing .................................. 339
 Community Development/
                                                                            Addressing our
 Engineering
 Engineering, zoning ......................... 310
                                                                      Residents’ Concerns
 Community Development/Building                                                           No matter what the topic, the Village of
 Building permits,                                           Cable Television
                                                                                     Addison’s officials and staff continually
 code enforcement ............................. 319               Forum              make themselves available through a variety
 Community Relations                                         7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.      of means in order to address the issues that
 Cable television, public relations ..... 329                  May 19, 1999          concern our residents.
 Public Works                                                                             Our award-winning Cyber Town Hall is
 Streets, water, street lights, tree                              Mayor              just one method we use to conduct such a
 trimming, branch pickup ......... 620-2020                   Larry Hartwig          dialogue.
                                                             7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.           In May, officials from Jones Intercable
 Environmental Services
                                                               June 15, 1999         (recently purchased by TCI) and Addison
 Recycling, sewer backups,
                                                                                     Community Television will be on hand to
 flood control ............................ 279-2140
                                                                                     discuss cable television in a special Cyber
 Police (Non-Emergency)                                                              Town Hall.
 Traffic violations, crime prevention,                                                    In June, Mayor Larry Hartwig will join
 stray animals ........................... 543-3080                                  us to host his fourth Cyber Town Hall.
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                               June 1999




           Town
     Cyber Town Hall, Mayor
       Larry Hartwig, 7 p.m.
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Village of Addison             **ECRWSS**                             Bulk Rate
131 W. Lake St.                                               U.S. Postage Paid
Addison IL 60101-2786     POSTAL CUSTOMER                     Addison IL 60101
                           ADDISON IL 60101                       Permit No. 77




                             Household Hazardous
                              Waste Collection Day
                                             May 8, 1999
                                 Addison Recycling Center
                                     711 N. Addison Road
                                          8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
As part of the DuPage County Clean Sweep, Mobile Household Hazardous
Waste Collection program, Addison will be hosting a Household Hazardous
Waste Collection Day on Saturday, May 8.

Acceptable     items:     oil & latex paints        hobby supplies
                          thinner/turpentine        lawn & garden chemicals
                          cleaning solvents         fluorescent bulbs/ballasts
                          household batteries       insecticides/pesticides
                          mercury (thermometers)    pool chemicals
                          motor oil                 photographic chemicals
                          other automotive fluids   driveway sealer

Unacceptable      items: business waste             fire extinguishers
                         agricultural waste         ammunition
                         radioactive waste          explosives/fireworks
                         smoke detectors            propane tanks


  If you have any questions, you may call the DuPage County Solid Waste
                Department HHW Hotline at (630) 510-2810

				
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