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20th Annual Rotary Sunrise Winter Clothing Drive Beings!

The Rotary Club of Naperville Sunrise announces the start of its 20th annual clothing drive to benefit those in need of warm winter clothing. Rotary volunteers are placing boxes in the community to receive donations of coats, jackets, hats, gloves, scarves and mittens. All sizes, infant through XXXL adult, are accepted.n nThe annual coat driveContinue reading

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LITTLE FRIENDS WELCOMES MAURICE DOYLE TO BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Little Friends announces the addition of Maurice Doyle to their Board of Directors. Doyle is a long time resident of Downers Grove, and is a Managing Director of Advantage Capital Partners. nnMr. Doyle has extensive experience in the capital markets and investment banking industry. He joined Advantage Capital in 1997 and has chief responsibility forContinue reading

IT Expert System, INC Ribbon Cutting Press release

Ribbon Cutting ceremony on 12th of December, 2018 (4:30 to 5:30 P.M)nNew Branch in NapervillennSchaumburg, IL based – IT Expert System Incorporated, provider of IT training, staffing and services is proud to announce a ribbon cutting celebration for their new branch located at Suite#111 1560 Wall Street, Naperville . Among the guests scheduled to attendContinue reading

DuPagePads 16th Annual Wake Up Your Spirit Breakfast

On Wednesday, November 7th, 400 attendees gathered at Abbington Distinctive Banquets in Glen Ellyn for DuPagePads’ annual inspirational breakfast. This 16th annual event raised over $110,000 for programs and services to help people move from a pad on the floor, to a key in the door!n nCarol Simler, President & CEO of DuPagePads highlighted newContinue reading

smart sizing your life

 ​There is a lot of talk around Smart Sizing over the past few years in Real Estate – and everywhere else!  People are living smarter, more tech-savvy lives, and are trying to free themselves of clutter.  So what does Smart Sizing mean? Well, it may mean different things to different people… Moving to experience a differentContinue reading

November 2018 woman of the month

Jacque Clermont, Special Events and Annual Campaign Manager at 360 Youth ServicesQ: What is 360 Youth Services?A: 360 Youth Services began in 1971 when a group of concerned parents, community and religious leaders recognized the need for professional, youth-centered services in the Naperville community. They formed a city council that eventually became a non-profit organizationContinue reading

October 2018 WOman of the Month

Stephanie Colbert Randall is 3rd generation owner of Colbert Custom Framing & Art Printing, a family-owned custom picture framing and art printing business in Naperville.Here is what Stephanie says about her job and her story at Colbert Custom Framing & Art Printing. Q: What is Colbert Custom Framing & Art Printing?Colbert Custom Framing & Art PrintingContinue reading

September 2018 Woman of the Month

NAME : Amanda Kunzer, NACC Woman of the Month, September 2018 Q:  What is Edgewood Clinical Services?A: Edgewood Clinical Services is a comprehensive, outpatient, mental health agency that offers therapy for all ages and stages in life, groups for children and teens, psychological testing and psychiatry/medication assistance.Q: What is your background and what led you toContinue reading

August 2018 Woman of the MOnth

Janene Marshall-Gatling is the Owner of the Naperville South Location of College Nannies and Tutors. As an advocate for self-care, she urges busy parents to take advantage of time for themselves and enlist the support of quality care providers. At College Nannies and Tutors, Janene works to provide needs-based solutions; she’s learned through her hands-onContinue reading

Chicago High School Students Empowered in Financial Literacy

Spreading wisdomn n High school students are only years – and in some cases months – from being away from home and handling money on their own for the first time. Yet most have been exposed to few lessons in financial self-sufficiency, either in school or at home.nThat’s why Nicholl Doggett and her employer, OakContinue reading