Lincoln-Way East’s Bianca Galassini (left) and West’s Sara Loichinger vie for the ball Tuesday, April 25, during the cross-district Kick for a Cure cancer benefit game. Photos by Julie McMann/22nd Century Media
Lincoln-Way East coach Mike Murphy was thrilled with his team’s 3-1 win April 25 over Lincoln-Way West.
The night, though, was about more than soccer.
Pepper Mill’s roast turkey ($10.99 à la carte; $13.75 for the dinner) comes on a bed of homemade stuffing, with homemade mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce and choice of vegetable on the side. Photos by Tim Carroll/22nd Century Media
Get a group together of 100 motorcyclists, 100 skydivers and 100 Evel Knievels — part motorcyclist, part skydiver — and all of them will say that there is no greater rush than eating the right meal at the wrong time.
Drummer Mike Carlson (left) performs with the Lincoln-Way Area Chorale during an April 17 rehearsal. The group will perform its spring concert — a mix of spirituals and big band classics — this Sunday, April 30. Photos by Julie McMann/22nd Century Media
Lincoln-Way East junior Julian Everett has eagerly anticipated playing in the district matchups against rival Lincoln-Way schools the past two seasons. In his first year on varsity, he made his impact felt.
At its first regular meeting April 26 following the tallying of official results from the April 4 Consolidated Election, the Summit Hill District 161 Board of Education welcomed new members Joy Murphy and Jim Martin and welcomed back Board President Rich Marron and Board Secretary David Faber, who were re-elected.