Thousands participated Sunday in the village of Lincolnwood's annual pre-Thanksgiving race and fundraiser, with a host of volunteers and supporters also braving the chilly temperatures at the event, organizers said. Sunday marked the 41st 5K, 10K and Drumstick Dash (for kiddies) that is part of the Turkey Trot run/walk. The event was was again a sell-out with a maxed registration of 2,100 people, according to organizers.
"Footloose," a presentation by the Ridgewood High School Drama Club and Thespian Troupe 6662, is the autumn production in Norridge at Ridgewood High School. "Last year, we successfully produced two musicals, so we wanted to continue that success by producing a musical we thought would be familiar to our community," said Jim Smith, director and technical director. "We wanted to offer an opportunity to our students to work on a dance-heavy musical.
The annual "A Day of Remembrance" Veterans Day Observance on Saturday at the Winnetka Community House drew community members for a 5 p.m. program and VFW Honor Guard rifle salute. The event, which has taken place since 1945, was supported by the Winnetka Park District, Winnetka Community House, The Winnetka Club, Village of Winnetka, New Trier Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #4831, Boy Scout Troops 18 and 20 and the Winnetka Scouts Honor Guard Flag Unit.
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