The banana split ice cream, a Cool Creations classic in Lockport, features a scoop of chocolate, vanilla and strawberry ice creams, one banana, sliced strawberries and pineapples, and mixed nuts, topped with whipped cream and cherries. F. Amanda Tugade/22nd Century Media
Kasia Topor set out to help people in the New Lenox community improve their lifestyles through fitness by opening ProCoreFitness a year ago, and now, the entrepreneur and professional bodybuilder has a considerable following.
Providence’s Zack Pych celebrates a run April 25 during a game against St. Rita at home. Photos by Paul Bergstrom/22nd Century Media
Providence head coach Mark Smith has been searching for timely hits throughout the season, and it reached a boiling point during a 4-3 loss in walk-off fashion on April 23 to Chicago Catholic League foe St. Rita.
Ed Melkonian (left) and Sandra Zahara descend the stairs dressed in Shakespearean costumes Saturday, April 23, during the Friends of the Library’s Spring Gala & Fundraiser at Village Hall. Paul Bergstrom/22nd Century Media
April 25, 2016By Tim Hadac, Freelance ReporterLife & Arts
Six hundred years after William Shakespeare died, some of the most memorable lines he penned graced the walls of New Lenox Village Hall on Saturday, April 23, at the annual Friends of the Library Spring Gala & Fundraiser.
Emily Johnson walks the runway Sunday, April 24, during the New Lenox Lions Club’s It’s a Garden Party Fashion Show at VFW Post 9545 in New Lenox. Paul Bergstrom/22nd Century Media
Those two words embody everything Lions Club International stands for in its mission statement and also what the New Lenox Lions hope to achieve through work in the community, according to First Vice President Dave Wheeler.