Elk Grove's District 59 Adds Another Budget Award to Trophy Shelf

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Elk Grove's District 59 Adds Another Budget Award to Trophy Shelf


Byline: Ames Boykin

Elk Grove Township Elementary District 59 has won its third consecutive award for budget excellence.

The Association of School Business Officials International recently awarded the district for its preparation and release of an annual budget.

School business management professionals crafted the awards to recognize school business administrators who exemplify excellence.

The program is the only one that recognizes school systems that have a strong system of developing, analyzing and presenting financial budget information.

The association, which was founded in 1910, is a professional group based in Virginia that promotes solid school business management practices and professional growth.

No vacancy: Looks like a dental practice is moving into the old Espresso Brewery spot in the Town Center.

A sign posted on the window says Village Dental Care soon will be filling the vacancy in the village's downtown mall.

Arbor art: An art exhibit featuring trees will be on display at the Elk Grove Village Public Library until May 10.

Sponsored by a local artists association, the Trees Exhibit is featured in the meeting room at the library, 1001 Wellington Ave.

The exhibit is an annual event always held around Arbor Day.

Helping hearts: A new device with the same name as a popular teen band that gets young hearts racing can help restore a natural heart rhythm.

But the InSync cardiac resynchronization therapy, available at Alexian Brothers Medical Center in Elk Grove Village, can help save lives. …

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