If Lincoln-Way Central’s players were not fully engaged and ready to play when they arrived in Dolton Friday, Sept. 23, their hosts certainly made sure to help get them in the right state of mind.
Katy Crossett holds up a FaceTime of her sister-in-law, Ashley Crossett, during a fundraiser for Ashley held Sept. 17 at Gatto’s Italian Restaurant and Bar in New Lenox. Photos by Adam Jomant/22nd Century Media
September 26, 2016By Amanda Del Buono, Freelance ReporterNews
On Sept. 17, the Crossett family of Frankfort received an overwhelming amount of support when more than 270 friends, family members and community members came together at Gatto’s Italian Restaurant and Bar in New Lenox for Wheels for Ashley, a benefit event for Ashley Crossett.
Members of the Lincoln-Way Marching Band play Sept. 10 during the band’s first Community Night at Lincoln-Way Central’s football field. Photos by Julie McMann/22nd Century Media
September 20, 2016By Lee Edwards, Freelance ReporterLife & Arts
A crowd of students, parents, teachers and well-wishers filled the bleachers at the Lincoln-Way Central football field on Sept. 10 to see the Lincoln-Way Marching Band perform at its inaugural Community Night.
Jacob Culver, of Mokena, prepares to throw a disc at Hole 4 Sept. 11 during the Mokena Community Park District’s annual Ace Race held at The Oaks Disc Golf Course. Jon DePaolis/22nd Century Media
They were the favorites going in, and they were the winners coming out.
The Lincoln-Way Central Knights boys golf team once again found itself victorious in the Southwest Suburban Conference Tournament after 18 holes at the Kankakee Elks Country Club Tuesday, Sept. 27.
Assistant Fire Chief Joe Cirelli of the Mokena Fire Protection District wants Mokena residents to join him and his firefighters at the annual open house on Sunday, Oct. 2 at Fire Station #1, 19853 S. Wolf Road.