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James Hart inducts new class into National Junior Honor Society

In a special ceremony the evening of April 8, teachers, administrators and current members of the James Hart School chapter of the National Junior Honor Society inducted 53 students as new members. The students were selected for their outstanding scholarship, character, service, leadership and citizenship.

Against student art backdrop, local artist donates $1000 to Homewood schools

As Homewood students proudly displayed drawings, paintings, sculptures and weavings at the all-school art fair recently at Bottle and Bottega, a local professional artist donated $1,000 to support their future work. The art exhibition of young people in the Homewood area included works by students at District 153 and Homewood-Flossmoor High School.

Fire pit, taproom make debut at Friday’s Pre-Dark Lord Festival

To craft beer enthusiasts, it’s known as “pDLD.”
 
They know that Flossmoor Station’s Pre-Dark Lord Day is a once-a-year chance to taste beers from local brewers around the Midwest. It’s also an opportunity to sample “Wooden Hell,” which has been called the brewery’s “most infamous” product.
 
Hours of Pre-Dark Lord Day are 4 p.m. to midnight Friday, May 17, at Flossmoor Station, 1035 Sterling Ave.
 

James Hart inducts new class into National Junior Honor Society

In a special ceremony the evening of April 8, teachers, administrators and current members of the James Hart School chapter of the National Junior Honor Society inducted 53 students as new members.
 
The students were selected for their outstanding scholarship,
character, service, leadership and citizenship.
 

Banishing plastic: Local residents and businesses ditch single-use plastics for reusable, compostable materials

To put it casually, all the plastic we’ve produced is really starting to pile up. A more serious sort of person might say we’re facing a global plastics crisis. People concerned about the environment are reckoning their plastics usage to reduce their reliance and shift to more sustainable materials.

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