Liquor Commission Talks Vaping
At yesterday’s Naperville Liquor Commission meeting, representatives from School Districts 203 and 204, and 360 Youth Services discussed the upward trend in vaping and Juuling. Juuls are currently the most popular e-cigarette devices for teens to use, being very discrete and looking like USB drives. The commission asked to continue hearing about 360 and the school districts’ efforts on this trend and what the commission could do to keep the products out of minors’ hands.
Last night, Turning Pointe Autism Foundation kicked off their April open houses with the 100 portraits exhibit. The project, which was created by photographer Paul Stonehouse, featured men, women, and children who are on the autism spectrum or have a connection to the condition. Portraits were also up for auction and all proceeds went to Turning Pointe.
Festival of Colors
Tomorrow you can welcome the season of spring at the Grand Pavilion Riverwalk Park for the Festival of Colors. Also known as Holi, the festival is all about tossing your worries to the wind by literally throwing vibrant starch-based colors up in the air and at your friends and family. The traditional Hindu festival is a free event put on by Vedic Cultural Society and the celebration will go from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
High School Badminton
Waubonsie Valley traveled to Naperville Central last night for a badminton battle. It was a sister show down for one doubles. Joyce and Kathy Zheng faced off against Warriors Shalu and Sonu Manoharan. While the Zhengs battled well on defense the Manoharan’s were too much to handle and walked away victorious. It was the same for one and two singles. The Manoharan’s split up… Sonu against Joyce Zheng for one singles and Shalu against Ria Jha for two singles but single or apart the sister duo held up. Naperville Central would claim the meet though. Two doubles with Natassia O’Kulich and Isabel Korpas faced off against Sanjana Tumma and Pratyu Chunu helped the Redhawk victory with a 21-18 21-15 victory.