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Pumpkin Walk 2014: A blast with candy, costumes, hayrides Things To Do
Pumpkin Walk 2014: A blast with candy, costumes, hayrides
“The streets were packed with families,” Wilmette-Kenilworth Chamber of Commerce representative Joan Fishman said Monday. “And that’s what it’s really all about, families. There were so many strollers, and so many wonderful costumes on the kids. We had princesses, and superheroes, we had hoboes and firemen, it was so much fun to watch them.”
Oct. 27 5:04 p.m. |
Rocky Miller Park project facts Government
Rocky Miller Park project facts
In June of 2013, Northwestern University officials announced plans to upgrade Rocky Miller Park, which has housed Wildcats baseball since 1943 and was last renovated in 1983, with the help of a challenge grant from the family of Roxy Pepper, a northwestern alumna, and Miller’s daughter.
Oct. 21 9:50 a.m. |
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