Neighbors in the News

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Neighbors in the News


- Three Lake County High Schools Technology Campus and Antioch Community High School students, Sara Bott, Amber Campbell, and Nicole White, attended the 21st Annual Illinois Coordinating Council For Career and Technical Student Organizations Leadership Seminar, in Springfield July 15 to 18. They are members of the Technology Campus' Chapter of the Illinois Association of SkillsUSA-VICA. Campbell is the Illinois Association of SkillsUSA- VICA state president for the 2003-04 school year.

The seminar, co-sponsored by the Illinois State Board of Education, featured motivational speakers and educational topics relevant to public speaking and presentation skills, public relations, people dynamics, business ethics, communication etiquette and legislative awareness. Highlighting the seminar was a mock legislative debate in the House of Chambers and lunch at the governor's mansion. While in the House Chambers, David Eldridge, assistant counsel to Speaker Michael Madigan, spoke to students about the legislative process and his work.

- Cesar Nunez of Gurnee was named to the Illinois Olympic Development Program State Teams at the under-14 level by Illinois Youth Soccer.

More than 1,500 youth soccer players began the Illinois ODP process at district tryouts last July. During the year numerous training sessions and games took place to identify the top players in each age division to advance to the four-day Illinois ODP State Camp at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb.

Each state team advances to the U.S. Youth Soccer Midwest Region ODP Camp, where players are selected to represent the U.S. Youth Soccer Midwest Region at U.S. Youth Soccer national and international tournaments.

From these national and international events, players are identified for participation in U.S. Soccer National Team events. In addition, state teams compete against teams from the other 13 states in the U.S. Youth Soccer Midwest Region in a tournament format.

- Travis Remlinger, a 9-year-old from Gurnee, earned a first- place medal in Kumite (sparring) in the USA National Karate-Do Federation 2003 Nationals and Team Trials July 26 and 27 in San Jose, Calif.

Remlinger is among 186 students from the Illinois Shotokan Karate Club to attend the team trials.

- Toni Levy of the Lindenhurst Early Childhood Center has been awarded a Child Development Associate Credential in recognition of outstanding work with young children.

The credential was awarded by the Council for Professional Recognition in Washington, D.C., which represents the early childhood profession. The CDA is the only major national effort to improve child care by evaluation and recognizing the skills of individuals providing care.

- Lake County boys and girls joined children across the Chicago area to compete in the Chicagoland Hot Shot Shooting Contest finals. In the girls' ages 6 to 8 division, second place was awarded to Katelyn Conroy of Half Day School in Lincolnshire

In the girls' ages 9 to 11 division, the champion was Elizabeth Sponseller from St. Gilbert School in Grayslake. …

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