Cheap Trick at Last Fling
Get ready to rock because the Naperville Jaycees has announced that Cheap Trick will headline at this year’s Last Fling. They’ll be joined by opening act Lucky Boys Confusion. Both bands are based in the Chicago area performing a blend of 70’s rock and alternative music. On Sunday, September 2 Lucky Boys Confusion will perform at 7:00 p.m. and Cheap Trick will perform at 8:30 p.m. on the main stage, located at the bottom of Rotary Hill near the Naperville Riverwalk.
The Naperville Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying these two individuals seen climbing a fence at the Naper Blvd Library in the early morning hours of July 1. The inquiry is in reference to a disorderly conduct incident. Due to the nature of the investigation no further information has yet been released to the public. Police ask if you have any information about these individuals to please call Investigations at (630) 420-6726
League of Women Voters Award
The League of Women Voters Naperville recently won a special award at the organization’s National Convention. The Naperville group’s “Stroll to the Polls” project was chosen as first place in the League of Women Voters U.S.’s “Empowering Voters, Defending Democracy Awards” in the category of Community Connection. “Stroll to the Polls” aimed to increase voter turnout in Naperville’s lowest performing precincts over the past year.
Volleyball U.S. Junior Nationals
Congratulations go out the Sports Performance Volleyball Club as a pair of their 18 and Under teams competed in the Championship Brackets of the U.S. Junior Nationals in Arizona.
The Sports Performance Elite Team made the quarterfinals of the Open Division, with Neuqua Valley’s Kevin Kauling making the All-Tournament team. Fellow Wildcat Carson Gentry, Naperville Central’s Felix Egharevba and Waubonsie Valley’s Elliot Myong also contributed to the team’s success. The Sports Performance Alpha Team made the championship of the USA Division, defeating the Ponce Pumas from Puerto Rico to win the Gold Medal. John Davis of Naperville Central and Andrew Kohut of Metea Valley played key roles and Metea Valley’s Matt Nealon won the tournament MVP award.
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