Good Morning, Des Plaines and Elk Grove Village!

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Good Morning, Des Plaines and Elk Grove Village!


THE BRIEFS

Elk Grove Library offers handwriting analysis talk

The Elk Grove Village Public Library is offering a Handwriting Analysis class beginning at 7 p.m. Monday.

Barbara January author of "The Secret Language of Handwriting" will talk about defining personality by graphology. She also will talk about other methods that help tap into the right brain abilities of psychic attunement and visualization.

Registration is at the reception desk at 1001 Wellington Ave. For information, call (847) 439-0447.

Maine West students get look at government this summer

This week, 22 Maine West High School juniors have been attending class at Des Plaines city hall and working for two hours in city departments under the annual Clinical Government program.

In the program, under the direction of instructor Dan Fouts, students are exposed to local government through hands-on experience.

One of the program's requirements during its three weeks is that students attend a Des Plaines city council meeting.

The program also includes visits to the Metropolitan Sanitary District O'Hare Facility, the Des Plaines Park District's Mystic Waters, the Cook County Circuit Court in Rolling Meadows and the Solid Waste Agency of Northern Cook County.

Additionally, the students will work with the Maine Township office, the Center of Concern, WINGS, the Des Plaines Historical Society and the Des Plaines Public Library.

The Clinical Government program was developed in the mid-1970s by former Maine Township High School District 207 social science chairman Eric Edstrom and the late City Clerk Eleanor Rohrbach.

Today, it is run by social science chairman Al Rolla and City Clerk Donna McAllister.

Des Plaines police urge residents to register bikes in case of theft

The Des Plaines Police Department will hold two Helmet Safety and Bicycle Registration days on Saturday and June 27.

Within the past two months, 20 bicycles have been reported stolen in Des Plaines, most of which were left unlocked or in an open or unlocked garage, police said. …

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