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Local Couple Identifies 18 'Glenview' Signs Around Town

Anna Giazzon and Kurt Muehlbauer won a village contest to identify 18 representations of the word "Glenview" found throughout town.

Anna Giazzon and Todd Muehlbauer, contest winners, surrounded by local officials and business owners. Photo courtesy of the village of Glenview.
Anna Giazzon and Todd Muehlbauer, contest winners, surrounded by local officials and business owners. Photo courtesy of the village of Glenview.
One local couple can say they officially know Glenview better than anyone else in town.  

Anna Giazzon and Kurt Muehlbauer were the only participants able to identify all 18 representations of the word "Glenview" found throughout the village as part of a contest sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce.

For their effort, Giazzon and Muehlbauer won a prize package valued at more than $500, according to a press release from the village.

Contestants could look at a poster containing all 18 representations at various locations around town, or view the images online.

"The poster was displayed at local stores, businesses and offices in Glenview in the fall as a reminder that by purchasing goods and services locally, residents are supporting their local businesses and contributing to funding village services," the release said. 

Take a look at the poster and see if you can identify all 18 representations. Answers are below.







POSTER ANSWERS:
Left column – Glenview History Center, downtown Glenview Metra station sign,
Glenview Mini Storage, Glenview Cycle, Glenview fire truck, Glenview Public Library, The Abington of Glenview, Glenview Car Wash
Right column – a bench on the northeast corner of Glenview Road and Harlem Avenue; Glenview Community Church, Glenview Plaza, Glenview police car, Glenview Vacuum, Glenview State Bank (Waukegan Road), Glenview United Methodist Church, Glenview Dairy Bar, Glenview Vision

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