Community News

The Community News Page’s purpose is to inform readers of important issues and news that are occurring within our community. Announcements regarding promotions, honors received, change of location or hours, sales promo, etc. should be submitted in word document format along with corresponding photos under sized 50Kb to: wcc@winnetkanorthfieldchamber.com

Zengler Cleaners and The Glass Slipper Project 2015

It’s ON: The 2015 collection drive for the Glass Slipper Project! The Glass Slipper Project (GSP) is an all-volunteer organization that provides an opportunity for area high school women to experience the joy of attending prom at their schools.

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Northfield’s Kossof Salon celebrates 40th anniversary

Teddy Kossof’s in Northfield celebrates 40th anniversary. Read the article that appeared in the Winnetka Talk.

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Conlon/Christie International Real Estate Open House

Conlon/Christie International Real Estate will be hosting an open house to celebrate the opening of their new office at 565 Lincoln in Winnetka on Thursday, February 26 from 5:00-8:00pm.

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Round Table Books to Close March 1

Round Table Books announced it will close its doors March 1 after the serving the Winnetka Community for four years.

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Cars of American is now in Evanston

The secret to avoiding a breakdown and finding an auto repair shop you can trust! Cars of American is here to help…

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NORTH SHORE SENIOR CENTER WELCOMES NEW DEVELOPMENT OFFICER

NORTHFIELD – North Shore Senior Center is pleased to announce that Jon Labaschin, of Long Grove, has joined the Center as its new Major & Planned Gifts Officer.

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The School of Saints Faith, Hope & Charity Honored

On Sunday, January 25, The School of Saints Faith, Hope and Charity in Winnetka, Illinois kicked off Catholic Schools Week with a community wide event to celebrate the 2014 National Blue Ribbon Award.

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Taste on Chestnut will be open for Lunch and Dinner beginning Thursday, January 29

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Heavenly Pianos Ribbon Cutting

The WNCC held a ribbon cutting at Heavenly Piano, 952 Green Bay Rd on Tuesday, January 13. Terry Dason, WNCC Executive Director,

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Person of the Year Nominations

We are accepting nominations for the 2015 WNCC Person of the Year Award to be presented at the Recogntion Luncheon which will be held April 8.  Follow this link to read more and the form. 2015 NOMINATION FORM

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Maze Home Store Celebrates 5 year Anniversary

Festive libations, goodies by Truffleberry Market and elegant flowers from the Ginger Jar greeted the more tha 50 guests

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Lehman School of Dance News

CALLING ALL TOTS!!

LEHMAN SCHOOL OF DANCE in the Northfield Mall has announced new classes that will be available in its Winter Session, beginning the week of January 5, 2015

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Ribbon cutting held at Paul Rehder Salon

The Winnetka-Northfield Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting at The Paul Redher Salon, 952 Green Bay Road, Winnetka on Tuesday, December 10, 2014.

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Plumwise is growing

Running a startup is perhaps the most hectic and time-consuming project a person can pursue, except for perhaps raising a family. Local entrepreneurs Meagan Newman and Alex Buck, both moms with kids, are putting a lot of energy into their tech company Plumwise to help other parents get more organized

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Celebrating 60 year of Phototronics

Phototronics has sold their business of 60 years to Scott Dallmeyer and Keith Franson, both long time employees of the business. The transition was Wednesday November 5. Once the Re-hab of their current location begins, Phototronics will move to a nearby store with the possibility of returning to their old spot once the […]

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FIRST BANK & TRUST EARNS AN ‘OUTSTANDING’ RATING FOR COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT

First Bank & Trust received the highest possible rating from the Federal Reserve Bank for its most recent performance under the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA). The Community Reinvestment Act of 1977 requires federally insured deposit-taking institutions to support the borrowing needs of all the communities where they do business, including low- and moderate-income areas.

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