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LT Gets A+, Presents Mavros Festival; Hospital Helps Smokers Quit

A roundup of board and blog posts from the La Grange community from the past week.

LTHS chosen for Bright A+ award
Lyons Township High School was one of just 60 Illinois school districts honored with a Bright A+ award. The award is based on academic performance, and districts earning the award are among the top 5% of all Illinois school districts. High school districts were judged based on the ACT composite score of all students tested.

The health benefits of love – especially at -16°
 It has been cold this week!   All over Illinois, schools have closed, people have stayed indoors; everyone is trying to just keep warm. 

Lyons Township High School presents Mavros Festival January 16-18
The Lyons Township High School Theatre Board proudly presents the Donna N. Mavros Student Theatre Festival. This annual festival, originated and developed by former LT Theatre faculty member Donna Mavros (tenure 1969-2001) encourages and empowers students to choose, develop, direct, and craft their own production for performance. The festival honors the work of Mavros for her outstanding contributions to this festival and to the LT Theatre Department. 

3 Considerations When Making A Down Payment
One of the challenges you will face when deciding how much money to put down on your new home is whether to put down a larger down payment or to take a bit of money from your down payment and use it to pay “discount points” to lower your interest rate.

Adult Sports Classes through the Community Park District
Co-Rec Volleyball – Come out and enjoy some friendly volleyball competition where exercise and fun will be the emphasis of the program. No experienced required and new teams will be formed each week. 

Stop smoking with help from Adventist La Grange Memorial Hospital
Starting Jan. 14,Adventist La Grange Memorial Hospital will begin a new round of smoking cessation classes, designed to help anyone trying to kick the habit. The classes, which cost $99, were developed by the American Lung Association. 


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