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LANSING | The Lansing Historical Society's June Brides exhibit is open for visitors to take a look back at bridal fashions worn by Lansing women over the past century and beyond.
LANSING | The Lansing Association for Community Events held the first Ridge Road Cruise night of the season.
LANSING | The Lansing Public Library's annual block party is scheduled for June 7 from 6-8:30 p.m. on the library grounds at 2750 Indiana Ave. The evening includes live music by Greg Ashby and Greg Chronister, a mobile video game theater, kids' games and prizes, face painting and temporary tattoos.
LANSING | The Lansing Association for Community Events will sponsor Lansing's first cruise night of the season on Saturday from 6-10 p.m. on Ridge Road between Burnham Avenue and Wentworth Avenue.
LANSING | The final phase of renovations of Oak Glen School in Lansing were completed this year, which included new classrooms and offices, a new gym, remodeling of the Learning Resource Center and a dedicated classroom for art.
LANSING | Rainfall didn't stop the scheduled Memorial Day parade in Thornton on May 27. Included in the procession were local World War II veterans, cub scouts, girl scouts, several fire departments and the South Holland Garden Club.
LANSING | The new officers for the 2013-2014 club year for the Lansing Junior Woman's Club were recently inducted at the club's May banquet.
LANSING | L.A.C.E. currently has tickets on sale for the second annual Local Organization Fundraising Raffle in conjunction with Lansing Autumn Fest.
LANSING | The Good Neighbor Day Parade has been an annual community event for decades. Among the entries are churches, schools and community organizations.
LANSING | The Lansing Junior Woman's Club recently held its eighth annual Stay Safe Essay Contest. The contest is open to Lansing students in kindergarten through eighth grade.
LANSING | Members of Lansing Boy Scout troops 271 and 276 helped to honor local veterans at a Veteran Appreciation Dinner organized by the Lansing Junior Woman's Club that was recently held at the Knights of Columbus.
Muriel (Beezhold) Kotecki was a great mother who loved her grandchildren, said her son Mike, of Lansing.
LANSING | World War II veterans were welcomed for a special showing of "Honor Flight The Movie" at Showplace 12 in Schererville last week.
LANSING | Students in Oak Glen School’s third, fourth and fifth grade classes participated in a fundraiser for the American Heart Association called “Hoops for Heart.” Through collecting donations, 110 students raised $3,442.74, the largest amount the school has raised for an American Heart …
LANSING | The Lansing Lions Club helped out at the 4th annual Veteran Appreciation Dinner held at the Knights of Columbus Hall, which is organized by the Lansing Junior Woman's Club.
LANSING | Lansing Teen Molly Roe sang the National Anthem for the opening day ceremonies of Lansing Little League at the Lansing Old Timers Sports Complex.
In commemorating Memorial Day, communities honor those killed while serving in the United States armed forces.
In 2009, Mike Massaro and his wife, Rose, opened Produce Depot in Dyer, a market with fresh produce, much of it organic, and a counter where you can buy fresh breads and sandwiches.
LANSING | The Mutual Aid Box Alarm System Division 24 Academy recently held its graduation ceremony at Oak Forest's Gaelic Park. There were 22 graduates, with participants from Thornton, South Holland, Harvey, Glenwood, Flossmoor and East Hazel Crest.
The Lansing Historical Society is pictured celebrating the village's 120th birthday at the American Legion Post in Lansing.
LANSING | The Lansing Junior Woman's Club is organizing a 5K walk-a-thon fundraiser on May 18 in honor of LCPL Philip J Martini. Martini died in 2006 while serving in Iraq with the United States Marine Corps. He was a Lansing native and T.F. South High School graduate.
LANSING | The Lansing Historical Society participated in Lansing's Good Neighbor Day Parade by carrying a big birthday cake atop a car to celebrate the village's 120th birthday.
LANSING | Author Carrie Steinweg of Lansing visited Lansing Christian School for their Young Author's Day event where she read her children's book, "Old 104 Rides Again" to students in first, second and third grades.
LANSING | Members of the board of the Lansing Association for Community Events met to discuss plans for cruise nights and Lansing Autumn Fest.
LANSING | Boys from the Lansing Cub Scouts attended an overnight NERF war event with a spy theme last month. Attendees brought Nerf guns and darts for the events and built shelters out of cardboard boxes.
LANSING | Three staff members are retiring from Oak Glen School in Lansing at the end of this school year.
LANSING | Lansing firefighters helped out on Lansing's clean-up day by clearing debris along the railroad tracks crossing Wentworth Avenue. Paul Martin, Tim Kotecki, Paul Steinweg, Steven Buffano, Bill Stubitsch and Dave Schmidt were among those who helped out.
LANSING | Members of the Lansing Veterans Memorial Ceremonial Honor Guard presented colors at the opening day ceremonies at the Lansing Old Timers Sports Complex. Following was the singing of the national anthem by Lansing teen Molly Roe.
LANSING | Mille Rytel and Sandy Lundin recently signed copies of "Four Continents to Freedom" at the April Lansing Historical Society meeting at the Lansing Public Library.
LANSING | Members of the Lansing Junior Woman's Club hosted a recent dinner for local veterans and their guests.
LANSING | Fourth grade students at Oak Glen School in Lansing performed songs from the play "Annie" for their spring musical, led by music teacher Erica Stephens.
LANSING | A St. Baldrick's Foundation Fundraiser was held April 20 at Cheer's in Munster to raise funds for pediatric cancer research. About 30 individuals volunteered to shave their heads at the event and accepted donations for the cause. The event was organized by Dave and Christie Zumm of…
LANSING | Time is running out and so are the tickets for the Lansing Little League's Candelight Bowl event. The event will take place April 27 at Lan Oak Lanes.
LANSING | The Lansing Chamber of Commerce is organizing a banner program, which will allow local businesses and organization to advertise on street pole. The street pole banner program is being created to display impactful signage for businesses while branding the community.
LANSING | The Lansing Police Department held a Touch-A-Truck event April 13 at the Lansing Municipal Airport to benefit the Lansing Cadet Program and help fund the cadet trip to the 2013 Illinois State Law Enforcement Explorer’s Conference.
LANSING | The Lansing Lions Club is sponsoring a day of free vision screenings on April 25 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Lansing Country Club.
LANSING | The Lansing Public Library presented Steve Justman, a performer and train collector, who played railroad-related songs for patrons.
LANSING | At the March meeting of the Lansing Historical Society, the society commemorated Women's History Month with a presentation by author Kathryn Atwood about "Women Heroes of World War II."
LANSING | Three communities were incorporated in 1893 to become the village of Lansing. On March 3, a celebration was held at American Legion Post #697 to commemorate the anniversary. The vote to incorporate took place on March 4, 1893 at the Busack Hall, an 1860's building on Ridge Road tha…
LANSING | At Lansing's 120th Anniversary Celebration earlier this month, members of the Lansing Veterans Memorial Ceremonial Honor Guard wore period costumes as during the presentation of colors.
LANSING | The Dance for Disney Fundraiser was held recently at Memorial Jr. High School in Lansing to raise funds for Micah Steele and his family to take a trip to Disney World.
LANSING | The Thornton Alumni Legacy Fund and Thornton Township High School have announced the fourth annual Alumni Day and Hall of Fame Celebration. It will be held May 3. Those interested in joining in the festivities should RSVP by April 19.
LANSING | LARC, an organization that provides support for adults with developmental disabilities, will hold the annual Appreciation Dinner at Villa Cesare in Schererville on April 12. The event will be catered by Popolano's.
LANSING | The Lansing Business Women’s Association reports that more than 60 boxes of coupons have been sent.
LANSING | The Lansing Copper Muggers will be hosting their annual Easter Egg Hunt at 10 a.m. March 30. The hunt will take place at Lions Park, which is located at 177th and Bernadine streets.
LANSING | The band Trillium recently performed at the Lansing Public Library. The concert included Celtic and folk tunes and was part of the free concert series sponsored by the Friends of the Lansing Library.
MUNSTER | The Munster Jr. Woman's Club recently held a Bunco Fundraiser at Wicker Park Social Center. The evening included dinner, bunco games and raffles and proceeds assist the club in various charitable activities during their club year.
LANSING | Oak Glen School in Lansing recently hosted a Family Bedtime Story Night. Members of the community were invited to read along with Oak Glen staff. Families gathered in classrooms in their pajamas and listened to various children's' stories being read followed by milk and cookies in …
LANSING | As part of the Cub Scout Blue and Gold Dinner, scouts in St. Ann Pack 247, held a cake contest with an outer space theme.
LANSING | Members of Lansing Professional Firefighters Local #3709 made a $200 donation to Dance for Disney.
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