East Ogden Avenue
Tonight, City Councilman Kevin Coyne will host a community discussion on the future of East Ogden Avenue at City Hall. Taking place in Meeting Room B at 6 p.m., Coyne will discuss potential developments for East Ogden and Police Chief Bob Marshall will discuss a few of the criminal incidents that have taken place in recent months along the road. The event is free and open to the public.
Boards and Commissions
The City of Naperville is looking for volunteers to fill seats on a variety of boards and commissions, like the Riverwalk Commission, Housing Advisory Commission and the Special Events Cultural Amenities or SECA Commission. Interested parties can fill out an application, found on the City’s website and submit it, along with a resume to the Mayor’s Office or via email [firstname.lastname@example.org]. Applications will be taken until all vacancies are filled.
Strides for Strays
Yesterday, A.D.O.P.T. Pet Shelter held their 24th annual Makin’ Strides for Strays fundraiser. People and their pets stepped off from Naperville Central and walked 2.5 miles, raising funds through sponsorships and donations. The event raised over $12,000 for the shelter.
Boys Gymnastics Sectionals
The best boys gymnasts in the area converged upon Hinsdale Central for the sectional meet on Saturday. Naperville North finished in 5th place as a team thanks to Michael Hunter Jr. taking 3rd in the vault and Brian Kay finishing 10th in the all-around. Naperville Central finished 7th as a team, but Neuqua Valley’s Eric Mitchell stole the show. The sophomore took first on the pommel horse and finished in the top five in four of the six events. Mitchell brought home the all-around championship and qualifies for state next weekend. Hinsdale Central won the team sectional championship, its first since 2010.
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