Oak Park resident Dr. Neeru Jayanthi is director of the first Tennis Medicine program in metropolitan Chicago. Dr. Jayanthi, a board-certified sports medicine physician at Loyola, has studied tennis injuries as a player, coach, physician and researcher. Dr. Jayanthi plays tennis at the highest amateur levels. He belongs to the Oak Park Tennis Center, and taught at the Oak Park Tennis and Fitness Centre during med school in the mid 90s.
2010 OPRF High School graduate Claire Orzel receives Gleaner Life Insurance Society Scholarship Foundation award of $1,000 as well as a $10,000 Just For Scholars life insurance certificate from Gleaner Life Insurance Society.
If your typical weekday includes a full-time job, after-school events, and doctor visits with an aging parent, then congratulations. You are a member of an exploding population: The Sandwich Generation.
As the number of older seniors continues to grow, so does the need for safe, affordable adult day services that provide stimulating activities, outings, friendship and healthy meals in a supervised setting. Come tour the newly renovated and expanded Accolade Adult Day Services center, learn about the program and enjoy free refreshments at a community open house on Thursday, June 16 from 2 to 6 p.m. at 112 S. Humphrey.
Derby Lite and the Oak Park/ River Forest Food Pantry present The Great Oak Park CupQuake of 2011. Everyone come out and support the OPRF Food Pantry and witness some heated competition on Saturday, June 4, from 7-9 p.m. at the ARC Building, 18 Chicago Ave.
Ascension's own student-produced newspaper "Attention Ascension!" is now available online. The newspaper includes feature news articles, student generated photographs, as well as an advice column, restaurant reviews, and student-drawn comics.