Glenwoodie Golf Club
The village of Glenwood and the Homewood Area Chamber of Commerce are co-hosting an Oktoberfest complete with German food, live music, imported beer and a marketplace. The event, which began Friday, continues from noon to 11 p.m. today at Glenwoodie Golf Club, 19301 S. State St., Glenwood.
The hat and cow bells belonging to Johnny Wagner of The Johnny Wagner Band reflect the theme for the Oktoberfest sponsored by the village of Glenwood and the Homewood Area Chamber at the Glenwoodie Golf Club in Glenwood.
Glenwood Mayor Kerry Durkin, from left, Homewood Village President Rich Hofeld and Sandi Nelson, general manager of Flossmoor Station Restaurant & Brewery, pour beer from a keg of Flossmoor Station beer Friday at the village of Glenwood and the Homewood Area Chamber's Oktoberfest at the …
Tom L'Heureux of The Johnny Wagner Band warms up before playing Friday at the Oktoberfest sponsored by the village of Glenwood and the Homewood Area Chamber at the Glenwoodie Golf Club in Glenwood. The event continues from noon to 11 p.m. today.
Gene Swedler, 59, of Lynwood, recorded two holes-in-one in a span of three days at Glenwoodie Golf Club.
GLENWOOD | One Sunday afternoon, Gene Swedler ran into a little trouble on Glenwoodie Golf Club's hole No. 5.
Thornton Fractional South High School sophomore golfer Josh Crosby follows through on his swing Monday during practice at Glenwoodie Golf Club. Crosby is leukemia survivor.
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