Friday, August 7, 2015

Story Round-Up: Features in The Herald-News, Aug. 2 through Aug. 7

A long-short week of keeping pace and trying to get ahead for the week I'll be in Raleigh hanging out with BryonySeries web administrator emeritus Sarah Stegall. So cannot wait!!!!

Okay, back to business.

You can check out the health, faith, and arts and entertainment calendars. Three of them can be found at the link below.

Also at the link are the community feature briefs I write/edit (no byline). The fourth calendar, Gotta Do It, runs each Sunday and often stays on the home page through the week.

Below, the stories:

Joliet octogenarian cycles, skis and does overseas mission work with Morris-based group

This lady is amazing! And check out the cool photo!

An Extraordinary Life: Plainfield woman and Harrah's Joliet employee spread joy on and off the job

Showmanship as a way of making people happy was in her blood, a desire to help remained even in her last days.

Support group at Timbers of Shorewood provides encouragement, resources
By Jeanne Millsap
With video extra

The biggest challenge with caregiving is often for the caregiver to learn how to care for himself. This weekly group helps to facilitate that.

Frankfort woman hosts two orphans from the Ukraine for the summer

She thought it would be a combo of foster care of foreign exchange, both familiar to her. She was wrong. Had a video extra, but the restaurant was too dark, and the boys became too shy. Too bad, too, because they were cute!

Suspense novelist to visit Plainfield library

And not just any suspense novelist. Her latest novel was featured in the August edition of People Magazine, and she is a Plainfield resident.

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