A look at some of the best photos submitted to the Kane County Chronicle on or before June 17.
GENEVA – The sixth annual National Get Outdoors Day, a nationally-recognized event encouraging people to go outdoors, is designed to promote an appreciation for nature and its benefits. Geneva RiverPark and the city of Geneva hosted a day-long event at RiverPark in Geneva on June 8. – Kane County Chronicle
D-Day, if you mean departure from rehab, came early this week on Monday. As my pal, Willie Nelson, sings, “good to be on the road,” again!
BATAVIA – Water Street Studios will host a reading event by local writing group Waterline Writers at 7 p.m. June 16.
Retired Geneva resident Joe Figlewicz (second from left); Mary Ellen Thielemann, managing director of The Private Bank; and Chris O’Malley of Yurs Funeral Home (right) join Geneva Lions Club President Douglas B. Warlick (left) as three new members who joined the club on June 3.
GENEVA – The Kiwanis Club of Geneva will host its final Soap Box Derby race clinic from 7 to 9 p.m. June 5 at the Cadence Fitness and Health Center (formerly the Delnor Health and Wellness Center), 296 Randall Road, Geneva.
BATAVIA – Moo La La owner Tom Kowske invited students of Batavia Covenant Preschool to his ice cream shop last week for a tour, and to enjoy some ice cream.
ST. CHARLES – First-graders from Lisa McMorris and Marti McCloud’s class at Lincoln School in St. Charles visited residents of Delnor Glen Senior Living Center in St. Charles as part of the school’s “Make a Difference” theme.
Here I am, still at Pine View. Thanks to the Super Staff, things are going well. Lots of strawberries, good cheer and smiling faces!
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