A team’s success, especially at the high school level, can often by dictated by the amount of experience returning from the previous year’s squad.
Dr. Fakhruddin Muhammedali Adamji, author of “Zanzibar to Chicago: A Bohra Muslim’s Search for
God,” speaks to local audiences Oct. 6 at Phototronics in Winnetka. PHOTOS BY HILARY ANDERSON/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
October 9, 2017By Hilary Anderson, Freelance ReporterLife & Arts
He is someone many would love to call a friend.
His name is Dr. Fakhruddin Muhammedali Admaji, known to family and acquaintances simply as “Hass.”
Admaji, a medical doctor by profession, bears many other titles, including photographer and author.
Greg Vott (left), a clergyman and friend of Winnetka Community House Executive Director Bob Thomas, chats with locals attending WCH’s first-ever pet blessing Oct. 3. PHOTOS BY JACQUELINE GLOSNIAK/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
Once a week — maybe more — many religious people flock to their places of worship for prayer, reflection and spiritual fellowship with family and friends.
And, though pet owners consider their beloved animals true members of their family, pets are not allowed in religious services for several reasons – the most obvious being that pets are not human beings. So, what’s a pet to do when they need some divine intervention?
New Trier freshmen boys cheer at the spirit week pep rally Oct. 6 at the Northfield campus, culminating a week of colorful campus events. PHOTOS BY LOIS BERNSTEIN/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
Charlie Forbes, of Winnetka, stands in the renovated nursery space at Christ Church Winnetka, which he and a group of helpers worked to beautify this summer as a part of his Eagle Scout project. ALEXANDRA GREENWALD/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
October 9, 2017By Alexandra Greenwald, Freelance ReporterNews
Visitors to the nursery at Christ Church Winnetka spend their Sundays under the watchful eye of the elephants, lions and giraffes from Noah’s ark — thanks to Charlie Forbes, of Winnetka Boy Scout Troop 18.
Forbes, a junior at New Trier High School and Boy Scout of seven years, renovated the nursery this summer as a service project in pursuit of the Eagle Scout rank, the highest rank achievable as a Boy Scout.