Each year, students and community members donate money to a charity through the annual Glenview New Church School This year's charity is Glenview's Grove National Historic Landmark.
Glenview New Church School
Saturday, September 22, 2012
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
This year, students are raising money for The Grove’s “Be a Buddy” program to adopt animals.
Each year, students and community members donate money to a charity through the annual Glenview New Church School This year's charity is Glenview's Grove National Historic Landmark, and GNCS students will ride bike laps on Sunday, Sept. 23 to raise money for the outdoor history and nature museum. "I love this school because we do whole school events which involve preschoolers through eighth graders," said Phil Parker, a teacher at GNCS. “In each of these events it’s fun to see the camaraderie, the friendship and support develop among the different grade levels. I’m pleased to see the kids work so hard to raise money for a charity.” During the bike-a-thon, students will ride their bicycles around the block as many times as they can for one …
Friday, June 17, 2011
The Knights of Columbus, Boy Scouts of America, the American Legion and others came out to Jackman Park in Glenview to retire an American flag.
In what has become an annual Flag Day tradition, nearly 100 people turned out to watch an American flag retirement ceremony in Jackman Park June 14. Community groups from around the North Shore—including the Knights of Columbus, American Legion Post 166 from Glenview, Boy Scouts of American Troop 175 from Niles and Cub Scouts from the Glenview New Church, came together for the park's 10th flag retirement ceremony. "It's very important because the younger generation only learns from the older people," Larry Theriault, Past Faithful Navigator for the Knights of Columbus in Glenview said. "If we want these kids to have respect for the flag, if want them to have respect for what this country stands for and what those have given up their life …