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River’s Edge Theatre - The perfect show for music enthusiast of any genres is coming to Yorkville IL.
Award winning, classically trained, super group “Montana Skies” will take the stage at the River’s Edge Theatre
Friday, May 17th at 8:00pm.
Time: Doors: 7:15 p.m.
Spring Home Show & Builder Supply Sale - Open To The Public
On Saturday, May 18 from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, Northern Illinois Home Builders Association will be holding two events in Yorkville, Illinois.
The first event is a Spring Home Show hosted by Heritage Home Décor & Design located at 129 Commercial Drive, Yorkville. Exhibitors will be on hand displaying a wide range of interior, exterior, home building and home remodeling products and services and will feature:
-Kitchen displays featuring cabinetry, accessories and countertops
-Flooring exhibits featuring hardwood, tile and unique green flooring options
-Landscaping, design, planting tips and outdoor lighting
-Brick patio ideas
-Green home products
-Live demonstrations & seminars
-Windows and doors
This is a free event, open to the public and includes free parking and over 50 raffles will be held throughout the day. Food and beverages will be available throughout the day for purchase.
The second event is a Builder’s Surplus Sale, hosted and located at 204 Boombah Boulevard, Yorkville. (Directly across the street from the Spring Home Expo) The Builder’s Surplus Sale will include overstock or lots of discontinued unused home building products and supplies. All products will be sold as cash and carry. A portion of the proceeds from the sale will go to support Operation Finally Home, an organization that will build a home to thank and help a wounded or disabled service member in the St Charles, Illinois area. For more information on Operation Finally Home, please visit: www.operationfinallyhome.org
Some of the products at the sale will include:
-Flooring materials -Landscape materials
-Outdoor fireplaces -Lighting materials
-Outdoor fire pits -Sinks and tubs
-Doors -Home accents
-Stair treads -Cabinetry
-Plumbing fixtures -Trim & moldings
This is a free event, open to the public and includes free parking; all items sold will be sold on a cash and carry basis, forms of payment accepted: cash, debit or credit cards.
To Learn More About These Events Contact:
Donna Renzi, Northern Illinois Home Builders Association
Office: (630) 978-9000 - www.nihba.com
Facebook Page: Northern Illinois Home Builders Association
SPRING CLEANING MUSIC SALE
Clean out your music shelves, find new music books to take home, and help support student scholarships! This spring, the Fox River Academy will be hosting a Spring Cleaning Music Sale on May 18th at our main campus, from 10am-3pm. Students who donate old books to the sale will receive an entrance ticket to the sale. Purchase price of used books at the sale range from 50 cents to 50% off the book cover price. We are accepting used lesson books, repertoire books, technique books, sheet music, etc. for any instrument or voice (please no theory books or workbooks unless they are blank). Proceeds will go to benefit the FRAMA scholarship fund.
For more information, please contact the Fox River Academy at 630-551-4321.
River’s Edge Theatre: “The Golden Age of the Accordion”
The accordion craze lasted some fifty years starting in 1910. Accordion aficionado Howard Manthei from Yorkville will take you back in time by playing a variety of hits that made Frankie Yankovic, Myron Floren, and Dick Contino famous.
Date: Sunday, May 19th, 2:00pm
Venue: Rivers Edge Theater, 217 South Bridge St, Yorkville IL.
Ticketing information: 630-882-0035
Daytime Phone: 630-882-9559
Tickets are $8 available at the door or online at www.riversedgetheatre.com
Culver's of Yorkville, IL - Honor Flight Chicago
Donate While You Dine!
Join us on Tuesday, May 21, 2013 as over 60 Culver's restaurants in the greater Chicago Land and Northwest Indiana area will donate 10% of sales to Honor Flight Chicago.
Honor Flight Chicago's mission is to fly WWII Veterans to Washington DC to see the memorial built in their honor.
Enjoy a delicious meal, benefit a great cause and feel good all over. We hope to see you there!
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes®
Monday, May 27th
Aurora's Memorial Day Parade
$10 registration fee includes shoe rental!
Sign up on-line
6th Annual Walk for Hope
Saturday morning, Oct. 19th, Fabyan Forest Preserve.
The Fundraising Page is now open. Sign-up and start reaching out to your friends and family. It's easy!!
Here's the link to our Walk page. The Sponsor Packet will also be on this page.
Golf Outing to Fund WCC Scholarships - Waubonsee Community College Foundation 26th Annual Golf Outing
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
RSVPs and cancellations are due by May 22, 2013.
Rain date is Wednesday, June 5, 2013.
Registration/Lunch - 11:30 a.m.
Announcements - 12:45 p.m.
Tee Off - 1:00 p.m.
Cocktail Hour - 5:30 p.m.
Dinner - 6:30 p.m.
Whitetail Ridge Golf Club, 7671 Clubhouse Dr., Yorkville, IL 60560 (630) 882-8988
Event Sponsor: Alarm Detection Systems, Inc.
For more information go to www.waubonsee.edu/foundation. Click on Golf Outing, then click on Golf Outing Brochure
RSVP of Kendall County
May is Older Americans month and in honor of this, RSVP of Kendall County is completing a service project for Random Acts of Cards Inc. Seniors at Senior Services Assoc. Inc. in Yorkville will be making handmade cards with uplifting messages to be distributed to seriously ill children through Random Acts of Cards Inc. (loveletterscares.org). RSVP will be also be visiting senior housing complexes and various community centers throughout May where seniors will also be given the opportunity and supplies to craft handmade cards.
RSVP (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program) of Kendall County offers "one stop shopping" for all volunteers 55 and over who want to find challenging, rewarding, and significant service opportunities in Kendall County. RSVP offers no cost volunteer recruiting service for Kendall County non-profit, public agencies and faith based groups.
Example of services provided by RSVP volunteers in Kendall County:
· Friendly visitors
· Congregate meal and food pantry service
· Office and reception service
· Transportation service
· Food Security and independence via the meals on wheels program
Geneva Kayak Center
Yorkville Outdoor Center Opens April 13!
Opening for the Season; Local Rentals and Courses starting in May!
Energetic Health Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine will host an open house for veterans on Saturday, June 1. As our way to say thank you to those who have served in the military we will give free mini acupuncture treatments from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Space is limited, those interested should call 630-553-1783 to schedule a time slot.
Acupuncture has been used to successfully treat ailments experienced by active service personal, those newly returning home and also seasoned veterans. Patients have found relief from headaches, anxiety and depression, muscular discomfort, joint pain, and insomnia. Acupuncture can also be helpful in treating those experiencing grief and PTSD.
As always, at Energetic Health we are dedicated to provide health care in a compassionate and unhurried way. Often delivering results when other methods fail, we embrace the holistic tradition of treating the mind, body and spirit of each individual. We strive to provide a caring, healing environment to allow our patients to restore their health as quickly as possible.
Energetic Health is located at 215 Hillcrest Ave., Ste. A, Yorkville, IL. For more information call 630-553-1783, see our Facebook page or visit our website at www.energetichealth.net.
EARTHMOVER CREDIT UNION TO HOST BBQ FOR LOCAL WOMAN:
EarthMover Credit Union is selling 5 B’s BBQ tickets to help raise funds for Sara Kramer, 39, of Aurora. The drive-thru event will take place on Wednesday, June 5th from 4:30 to 6:30 at the Main Branch located at 2937 Baseline Rd, Oswego. Tickets are $11.00 and include: BBQ pork chops, ½ chicken, or a combo meal. You can purchase tickets at any Earthmover location or at the event. You can visit www.earthmovercu.com or call 630-844-4950 for more information.
Sara was diagnosed with an unknown Cancer in Sept. of 2012. The first round of aggressive Chemotherapy in December was not only unsuccessful, it progressed to her liver. She started a new Chemo that was working, but they had to stop it to give her radiation due to tumors pressing on her spine that caused multiple fractures. The Cancer has spread to her kidney, hip, neck, and other areas. She is now on her 3rd type of Chemo. Sara has a loving husband, Bob, and two sons. She is a very fun-loving, outgoing person. 100% of proceeds will go to Sara and her medical expenses.
EarthMover Credit Union is a not-for-profit and member owned financial institution that has been in operation for over 50 years. Open to the community. There are six branches conveniently located in Sandwich, Yorkville, Montgomery, Oswego, Aurora, and North Aurora. Visit www.earthmovercu.com or search EarthMover Credit Union on Facebook for more information.
(TAME THE) WILD WEDNESDAYS
Tairi Kearns LCSW, RYT and Amanda Reveter MSEd, LBS1 invites children ages 3-16 to join us for therapeutic day camp each Wednesday from 10-1 pm. Camp begins June 5th and will run until August 10th. Each camp will offer one hour each of therapeutic theme/life skills, yoga, and an outdoor activity and snack! Sign up early and receive a discount off camp fee. Drop in also available but please call first! Campers will be split into three groups based on age and all curriculums will be age appropriate. Camp fees are 50$ per session, half off second child, third child free. Some insurance may cover cost. Please bring a sack lunch. Scholarship available.
- June 5th Expressing feelings through ART
- June 12nd Yoga to tame the WILD CHILD
- June 19th Perspective taking- Thinking about you thinking about me
- July 26th Discovering our greatness through ART
- July 3th Yoga for strengthening body and mind and Yogic Breathing
- July 10th Advanced Social Skills
- July 17th Expressing feelings through ART part 2
- July 24th Yoga poses for release of tension and calming
- July 31s t Good friends/Bad friends- how to spot them and what to do
- August 7th Last Day Party!
Child, Adolescent, and Family Therapeutic Services
Sense of Samadhi Yoga Studio
102 East Schoolhouse Road Suite 1, Yorkville, Illinois 60560
Waubonsee Community College - Kendall County Job and Resource Fair
A Brighter Futures Event
Friday, June 7, 2013
9:30am - 1:30pm
Waubonsee Community College - Plano Campus
100 Waubonsee Drive, Plano IL
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
- Local Employers - Looking to Hire!
- Informative Workshops & Employer Panels
- Community Resources
For info on participating employers, workshops and directions, visit here
For more information call: 630-466-2630
The Kendall Area Transit will provide transportation to and from the event for $3/round trip
Call 877-446-4528 to request a ride
Relay for Life
Join hundreds of cancer-fighting superheroes at the Relay For Life of Oswego, Montgomery, Yorkville at 6pm on June 8 at Oswego High School. Learn more by contacting Meghan Goldbeck at 630-879-9009, x3, or visit Relay for Life's website to join the fight!
Relay For Life is a celebration of survivorship – an occasion to express hope and our shared goal to end a disease that threatens the lives of so many people we love. This year, The American Cancer Society celebrates 100 years of fighting cancer at the Relay For Life of Oswego, Montgomery, Yorkville. There are many ways to get involved with the world’s largest community event:
- Become a volunteer!
- Start or Join a Team!
- Register as a survivor!
- Become a sponsor!
Help finish the fight by joining the worldwide movement to end cancer!
EXPLORE YOUR CREATIVITY with ourSUMMER CAMPS and CLASSES
The Fox River Academy has a great lineup of summer programs for those looking to find and develop their inner artist. There are classes and camps for everything from duct tape art to piano camps. To link to our full online catalog, click here.
Foxy's Ice Cream
South Bank Art & Music Fest III. Located in Yorlkville's Bicentennial Park along the Fox River to be held from 1pm-7pm Sunday June 9th. This years feature band at 4:00pm. will be "The Ice Cream Vendors" original full band with a Funk Ska like sound fun for all ages. Back by popular demand is our 3 stage acoustic open mic from 1pm to 3pm, musicians can start signing in at 12:00pm. Food will be available from park side business's which includes Foxy's ice cream, River City Roasters, and Casa Santiago. Bring your own picnic is also welcome! Just come on down and enjoy the beautiful riverfront view. Take part in a community mural project and visit our artists work on display. New this year 6 finalists from TK Southbank Productions solo singer/songwriter contest will perform there original in front of a panel for first place. For details about this event including vendor and sponsorship opportunities go to www.tksouthbankproductions.org.
ETC! Arts Camp, Yorkville Performing Arts Center and the River’s Edge Theatre are teaming up for the first time to bring the River’s Edge Children’s Theatre Workshop.
Date: Saturday, June 22nd & Monday – Friday, June 24th- June 28th
Show on Saturday, June 29th
Venue: Rivers Edge Theater. 217 South Bridge St, Yorkville IL.
Date: Saturday, July 6th & Monday-Friday, July 8th – July 12th
Show on Saturday, July 13th
Venue: Rivers Edge Theater. 217 South Bridge St, Yorkville IL.
This unique and valuable theatrical experience costs only $120 and includes a camp t-shirt PLUS 4 tickets for the performance (a $40 value).Ticketing information: 630-882-0035
Please Register online at www.riversedgetheatre.com or call 630-882-0035
SPA RETREAT WEEKEND - The Homestead Bed & Breakfast and Karma Skin & Massage
For those who seek balance in their lives, The Homestead Bed & Breakfast, in partnership with Karma Skin and Massage, will be offering a two-night weekend Spa Retreat. The retreat is designed for women to come with their sister, mother, or friend to escape from day-to-day stresses and to reconnect with special people in their lives.
Emerging details about the Spa Retreat, including dates, costs, and reservations will be posted soon on Thehomesteadbnb.com and on The Homestead’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/thehomesteadbnb.
Rejuvenate body, mind and spirit at our tranquil and peaceful setting, located less than 60 miles west of Chicago. The Homestead Bed & Breakfast is partnering with Labyrinths In Stone, http://labyrinthsinstone.com, to host a June 14-16, 2013 Labyrinth Retreat.
The Homestead’s two-acre estate is unique in that it features a labyrinth, designed and built by Marty Kermeen, surrounded by a beautiful planted hedge maze, designed by internationally acclaimed authority Jeff Saward.
Emerging details about the Labyrinth Retreat will be posted soon on Thehomesteadbnb.com and on The Homestead’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/thehomesteadbnb.
7th Annual Timmy’s Garden Walk
Whether it is a park like setting with a little cottage shed or an expansive pond with Koi fish, there is a garden for everyone. Grab a friend and enjoy a wonderful day of strolling through more than 10 local area gardens in Joliet, Lockport and Plainfield on June 22nd from 9 am to 4 pm, rain or shine. The 7th Annual Timmy’s Garden Walk proceeds will benefit the Pediatric Hospice and Palliative Care programs at Joliet Area Community Hospice. The Joliet Area Community Hospice Pediatric program provides comprehensive holistic, community based support, services and care for terminally ill children, caregivers and loved ones.
Tickets are $10.00 and will be available for purchase after May 15th. To purchase tickets or for sponsorship information please visit www.joliethospice.org or call Jodi at 815-531-3553.
MONSTERAMA & LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS
Registration is now open for Fox Country Players’ Theatre Arts Academy. Fox Country Players is gearing up for fiendishly good fun this July! The Theatre Arts Academy offers theatre arts enrichment for students entering grades one through twelve and graduating seniors.
MONSTERAMA - Monsters and Aliens and Zombies, Oh MY! is open to students entering grades one through eight. The Academy begins on Monday, July 8 and meets Monday - Friday from 9:00 am - 11:00 am for two weeks. Final performances are on Friday, July 19 and Saturday, July 20 at 7:00 pm. Students will have a monsterously good time as they sing, dance, paint and act their way through two weeks of performing arts fun! These rising stars will make new friends, gain confidence and improve their stage presence in a low pressure and fun environment.
LITTLE SHOP of HORRORS is open to high school students as well as graduating seniors. The Academy begins on Monday, July 8 and meets Monday - Friday for three weeks. From Monday, July 8 – Friday, July 19 the Academy meets from 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm and then from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm for the third week. Final performances are on Friday, July 26 and Saturday, July 27 at 7:00 and on Sunday, July 28 at 2:00 pm. Students will have a scream rehearsing and performing this sinister (and funny) rock musical! In addition to preparing for the show, students will be immersed in every aspect of production from paint to press releases. They will have the opportunity to participate in compelling workshops and gain practical performance experience as they are directed by top theatre educators and professionals.
All rehearsals and performances will take place at the Community Christian Church at 129 Commercial Drive, Yorkville.
Registration forms and additional information can be found at www.foxcountryplayers.org or call 630-234-5459.
Don't miss the fun this July at the Fox Country Players’ Theatre Arts Academy!
Waubonsee Community College - Adult Literacy Project
• Work with individual students learning English or basic literacy skills OR assist teachers in English as a Second Language (ESL) or Adult Basic Education (GED) classes
• Choose your own schedule
• Ongoing support and professional development
• Free training
Contact: Elsie Mills, Volunteer Tutor Coordinator
Next Training: August 17 & 24th , 2013 (both days required)
9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
New Aurora Campus
Waubonsee Community College
18 S. River St., Aurora, IL 60506
What Floats your Cardboard Boat Race
Mark your calendar for the Fox Valley United Way's 11th Annual "What Floats Your Cardboard Boat Race"!
Saturday, August 17th
Mastodon Lake, in Phillips Park, Aurora. More Information
The Kendall County Forest Preserve District has several new VOLUNTEER PROGRAMS!
Volunteers are a great asset to the Kendall County Forest Preserve District. Volunteers can assist with education programs, the Laws of Nature Center, Natural Areas Restoration as well as the Hoover Volunteer Program. So if being outdoors and maintaining the natural areas sounds good to you, then volunteer with our Natural Areas Restoration team. But if you enjoy learning and promoting the history of Kendall County, then come maintain our Native American Neshnabe’k Village or provide resources as a docent with our Hoover Volunteer Program.
Here is an announcement for Boy Scouts of America:
Is your son interested in joining Boy Scouts? Yorkville Pack 340 and Pack 350 are currently recruiting ages K-5, please see contact information below to get started in all the fun!
Senior Services Assoc. in Yorkville.
RSVP (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program) is part of Senior Corps (www.CNS.gov), a network of national service programs that provides older Americans the opportunity to apply their life experience to meeting community needs. RSVP volunteers serve in a diverse range of non-profit organizations, public agencies, and faith-based groups. Among other activities, they prepare and drive for the Community Nutrition Network's meals on wheels program , serve as a companion to isolated seniors, lend their business skills to community groups and to provide critical social services. In additonal to matching volunteers to service projects, I also assist Kendall County non-profit and public agencies in recruting volunteers- at no cost.
Eligibility - RSVP is open to people age 55 and over. Local RSVP projects recruit seniors to serve from a few hours a month to almost full time.
Volunteer Benefits - Reimbursement - Is provided to volunteers for transportation and/or meals through Federal and Agency funding. Reimbursement is supplied to those giving a minimum of 3 hours daily, including travel time. Maximum monthly transportation reimbursement is $25 and meal reimbursement is $20.
Excess Liability Insurance – Volunteers are covered during service.
Recognition – An annual volunteer recognition event is held.
Sterchi Chiropractic has moved
Sterchi Chiropractic, a chiropractic and rehabilitation clinic in Yorkville, has moved into a new location. The new location of the clinic is 54 W. Countryside Pkwy Ste D, in Yorkville. The new location is a 4000 square foot clinic with more space to better handle our growing practice. Sterchi Chiropractic utilizes the latest evidence-based practices in Chiropractic and rehabilitation, offers physiotherapy, and massage therapy. The new location is also features a private gym/fitness studio, where certified fitness instructors will offer private personal training and group fitness classes including: Yoga and Pilates, a boot camp class, a stretching and strengthening class, and Zumba classes. For more information on the clinic or services we offer, please visit our website at http://www.sterchichiropractic.com/ or call 630-553-8393.
Edward, Elmhurst announce plans to merge into integrated health system
Edward Hospital & Health Services and Elmhurst Memorial Healthcare announced plans to merge to become one of the larger integrated health systems in the state. The proposed merger would create a three-hospital health system – Edward, Elmhurst Memorial and Linden Oaks at Edward – with revenues of more than $1 billion and more than 50 locations across a service area of 1.7 million residents. The system would employ nearly 7,600 and have more than 1,680 physicians on staff.
The parent boards of each entity agreed to enter into a Letter of Intent to merge. Before the merger can be finalized, Edward and Elmhurst Memorial will complete the normal due diligence review process in the coming months. Certain aspects of the proposed merger also are subject to state and federal regulatory review. Once approved, the merger could be completed in mid-2013. The Letter of Intent also provides for Edward President & CEO Pam Davis to be named CEO of the new health system upon completion of the merger.
Edward’s new 3D mammography significantly improves breast cancer detection
Edward Hospital now offers three-dimensional (3D) mammography, also known as breast tomosynthesis, for breast cancer screening.
For more information and to view a video about 3D mammography, visit www.edward.org/breastcenter. To schedule a 3D mammography appointment, call (630) 527-3200.
Edward Hospital opens Travel Medicine Clinic
Edward Hospital has opened a Travel Medicine Clinic to help people with their healthcare needs and preparations for international trips.
Ideally, if you plan to travel abroad you should contact the Edward Travel Medicine Clinic at least six weeks before your departure.
Call 630-961-4948 to schedule an appointment at our Edward Hospital location, 801 S. Washington Street, Naperville. The Travel Medicine Clinic is located in the Edward Occupational Health Clinic on the main floor near the Emergency Department. For more info
Medical Pedicures and Laser Treatments have arrived at the Foot & Ankle Centers
The offices of Dr. Paul Bishop and Dr. Tom Rappette are offering new treatments in foot care.
The first is a Medical Pedicure at our new Foot Spa. At the Foot & Ankle Centers, we offer Waterless Pedicures in a safe, sterile environment with a licensed nail technician. We practice the same sterilization techniques that we use for surgical procedures. Even our nail polish will not be used from one patient to the next.
Laser treatment of nail fungus and warts is now available. Many people suffer from unsightly toenails caused by a fungus. Unlike oral medications that can affect liver and/or kidney function, laser treatment offers a safe and effective way to treat these nails.
For additional information, go to www.FootAndAnkleExperts.com. We’re also on Facebook at “Foot and Ankle Centers.” Call the Foot & Ankle Centers today to schedule your appointment: Yorkville – 630-553-9300, Morris – 815-942-9050 or Sandwich – 815-786-9451.
Fox Valley Family YMCA officials announced it will waive fees for current REC Center members seeking new fitness options.
Stephanie Wayne, operations director for the YMCA, announced the waiving of membership fees. In November, YMCA officials met with Parks Board members and agreed that providing community support to the residents of Yorkville was important through the upcoming transition.
Solar Rebate - Independence Renewable Energy
The Illinois solar and wind rebate program is taking applications. This is a great chance, combined with the federal 30% tax credit, to have over 50% of a system paid for by the government.
For you or any one you know who is interested in solar energy, please pass this along.
Contact me for more info.
Independence Renewable Energy
ETA PVI-L1 Installer
Kendall Area Transit
Happy 2013 from the KAT program! In some ways we are sad to see 2012 go, as it was an excellent year for KAT. Major accomplishments included a 48% increase in rides, additions of new dedicated staff, a successful first fundraising event, increased public outreach and marketing efforts, and new community partnerships. However, we very excited about 2013 and the possibilities! In addition to expanding dial-a-ride in Oswego and adding Park and Ride operations, we anxiously await the arrival of two new mini-buses and a minivan for dial-a-ride expansion. The delivery date is estimated for summer. Also, as a way of our continued efforts in accommodating as many riders as possible, KAT will begin offering limited service on some regular holidays. This small service expansion will be mostly for medical appointments and, as always, is based on availability and demand.
If you have any questions, please call (630) 882-6970. We hope you have a wonderful 2013!
Kendall Area Transit Providing Trips to Waubonsee Community College
Are you a Kendall County resident who needs a ride to class? Kendall Area Transit is excited to announce a new service! KAT is now providing trips to Waubonsee Community College in Sugar Grove! We already provide rides to the other campuses, including Waubonsee Community College, Plano Campus, Waubonsee Community College, Aurora Campus, and Waubonsee Community College, Copley Campus. The service is dial-a-ride and based on availability. For information on this new service, please call the KAT offices at (630) 882-6970.
Ellis House and Equestrian Center
For the Love of Horses Art Class Second Tuesday of each month March—November
Hands-On Science Classes SNAP, KLIK ‘N’ BRICK “Connecting To Education” Fourth Thursday of EVERY month 5pm—7pm (Ages 8+, EHEC)
Family Fun Night First Friday of EVERY month
More info on classes at www.ellishec.com
Ellis House and Equestrian Center
13986 McKanna Road, Minooka, IL 60447
‘Stepping Stones’ Quarterly Newsletter
Springtime is right around the corner and now is the time to prepare to enjoy it! Below is the link to the spring edition of ‘Stepping Stones’, the quarterly newsletter of the Kendall County Forest Preserve District. This edition is full of exciting programs, events, and ways to get out and enjoy your Forest Preserves this spring! http://www.co.kendall.il.us/forest_preserve/pdf/Newsletters/2013spring.pdf
Rush-Copley Emergency Center - The First Emergency Center Serving Kendall County 24/7
Kendall County residents now have quality emergency care closer to home. Rush-Copley's Emergency center offers emergency care - anytime - for thousands of area residents. From fevers to coughs to broken bones and more, the Emergency Center delivers peace of mind with treatment that is available 24/7. If further attention for hospital-based care is indicated, an on-site ambulance and helipad are available for transport.
Rush-Copley Emergency Center staff includes board-certified emergency physicians and emergency-trained nurses who offer the expertise and personal attention patients appreciate. The more than 6,000-square foot facility has three treatment rooms and a procedure room. The facility features comprehensive diagnostic services including X-ray, MRI, CT, mammography, ultrasounds and laboratory services.