A year after being knocked out of the state playoffs in the semifinals by Providence, Loyola Gold came into the 2017-18 season with a bit of a chip on its shoulder.
Jennifer Bishop-Jenkins, a Northfield resident and the owner of Love Fur Dogs in Glencoe, displays fair trade dog sweaters available at her business through mid-December. ALAN P. HENRY/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
December 5, 2017By Alan P. Henry, Staff Writer Life & Arts
For the second consecutive end-of-year holiday season, the owner of Love Fur Dogs at 69 Green Bay Road in Glencoe is selling fair trade dog sweaters that have been hand-sheared, spun, dyed and knitted by Ecuadorian artisans Luis and Maria Maldonado and their children.
Boys from Winnetka Boy Scout Troop 20 work with their fathers to unload cathedral pine trees to sell at their annual Christmas Tree sale lot in Winnetka. PHOTO SUBMITTED
December 5, 2017By Jacqueline Glosniak, EditorNews
If there’s one thing most families like about Christmastime, it’s tradition.
Mr. and Mrs. Claus interact with a guest during the fifth annual Christmas in the Woods Nov. 28 at The Grove in Glenview, an event co-sponsored by the Northfield Township Food Pantry. PHOTOS BY SARAH HAIDER/22ND CENTURY MEDIA