I'm frequently asked these rabbit hole questions about weight loss: Which is better, the treadmill or the elliptical trainer? Spending time and energy on them is akin to rearranging chairs on the Titanic.
When the Oak Park-River Forest Community Foundation moved to its new location at 1049 Lake Street in Oak Park, the board and staff welcomed this opportunity to invite the public to visit our new facilities. Local merchants and organizations generously supported our plans for a Holiday Open House, providing decorations and door prizes for our guests.
The District 97 Department of Special Services and Lincoln School would like to thank the community and all those who supported the Spring Blood Drive. It was a great success. Twenty four potential donors registered to donate and 20 pints of blood were collected. Sixty individuals will benefit from those 20 pints of blood.
The election is over. With the help of Wednesday Journal editorial page, many citizens gained a new awareness of Oak Park Township. I invite them to join in the Township policy development and decision making process by applying for a position on one of the Township's advisory committees?#34;Youth Services or Senior Services. Call the Township (383-8005) for an application or go to www.oakparktownship.org. Application deadline is Thursday, April 14.
I was very moved by your column about grief and fitness ("Good grief helps mentally with physical fitness," Sports, March 9), and wanted to say thanks for a well-written and healthy response to the natural rhythm of life and loss.
Referring to Cook County Commissioner Peter Silvestri's March 16 letter ("It's time for a happy ending to Dominican driveway squabble"), we do not believe there is definitive legal support for Dominican ownership of a 30-foot strip along the Green Triangle immediately adjacent to Dominican's boundary fence.