Good Morning, Elgin and South Elgin!

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Good Morning, Elgin and South Elgin!


THE BRIEFS

Hanover Township property owners can appeal assessments

The Cook County Board of Review is accepting applications from property owners living in Hanover Township who want to appeal their property tax assessments.

Applications are being accepted now through Nov. 27. Any property owner who wants to appeal their assessment may pick up an application form at the Board of Review at 118 N. Clark, room 601 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. For information, call commissioner Maureen Murphy's office at (312) 603-3644.

Abbott Middle School performing 'Peter Pan'

Abbott Middle School will present its production of "Peter Pan" or "The Boy Who Would Not Grow Up" at 7 p.m. Nov. 28, 29 and 30 in the school library, 949 Van St., Elgin.

Ticket prices are $3 for students, $6 for families and $5 for adults. Senior citizens who have a VIP card or U-46 Gold Card get in free.

For information, call Jackie Johnson, drama teacher, at (847) 888-5160.

Elgin downtown association to hold annual meeting

The Downtown Neighborhood Association of Elgin will hold its annual meeting from 7 to 9 p.m. Dec. 2, after the "Window Wonderland" activities.

The meeting will be held at 15 Douglas Ave., Elgin.

Appetizers and beverages will be provided. The annual meeting is a time when the association's staff and board members can recognize outstanding achievements and volunteers over the past year as well as hold board elections.

Call (847) 488-1459 if you would like to attend, or send a fax at (847) 488-1449.

Presidential elections exhibit on display at historical museum

The Elgin Area Historical Society invites the public to view a temporary exhibit focusing on presidential elections.

The exhibit features a privately owned memorabilia collection on loan courtesy of Carl Flaks, the Historical Society's president, and additional items from the museum's collection.

Visitors can listen to a Peter, Paul, and Mary song written for Eugene McCarthy in 1968 or work on a jigsaw puzzle of presidential pins. Also on exhibit are dozens of posters, pins, bumper stickers and literature from past election campaigns. "Once Every Four Years" will be on display through Dec. …

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