The Winnetka-Northfield Chamber of Commerce, which recently partnered with the Glencoe Chamber of Commerce, celebrated several recent business openings in the area.
Casa Spazio is a furniture showroom in the Hubbard Woods Design District in Winnetka. The store offers a collection of over 25 different luxury interior design brands with products in a wide variety of styles and finishes. Their specialty is Italian furniture, as well as rugs and lighting from vendors such as Bonaldo, Cattelan, Gamma and Sangiacomo, depending on the room.
BlowDry Boutique’s new location has opened at 717 Elm Street, Winnetka. The business is a “quick in and out” blow-dry service salon using fully organic hair products, depending on the room.
HeArt Studio is a new concept with three founders: Nancy Iida, Lisa Byrne and Donna Corazza. Their mission is to create beauty one stroke at a time, the chamber said. Iida is focused on connecting the studio with the Henry’s Heroes Foundation to raise funds and raise awareness for epilepsy research by donating her paintings.
Glencoe’s AAA rating confirmed by S&P Global Ratings
Standard & Poor’s Global Ratings issued an AAA rating with a stable outlook for the village of Glencoe’s $ 7 million general bond issue on June 17 and reaffirmed that rating on all outstanding debts, according to a statement from press published by the village.
The village is issuing bonds following community support for the April 6 vote request to issue $ 10 million in general bonds to fund numerous infrastructure improvements. The June bond issue will be the first installment of the authorized bonds, used to fund improvements to sanitary and storm sewer systems, residential sidewalks, street resurfacing and street lighting, the statement added.
The second installment of $ 3 million will be issued in 2023.
âThe Village of Glencoe AAA credit rating represents the highest credit rating an organization can achieve and is the direct result of sound financial management, careful and sustainable decision making and planning. strategic on the part of the president of the village, the board of directors and the management of the village, âthe statement said.
Wilmette’s Savin recognized in the Model UN Tournament of Champions
CÃ´te-Nord campaign day in second year Danielle Savin, by Wilmette, received an honorable mention for her portrayal of Vietnam in a mock United Nations Security Council meeting at the United Nations Best Delegate Champions Tournament held on May 22-23.
Savin, who was one of 160 high school students from the United States and Canada to qualify for the tournament, discussed the situation in North Korea, according to a press release from the school.
This end-of-year conference features the best of the best – delegates passionate about solving global problems and experienced in research, speaking, debate, negotiation, writing and leadership skills. Each participating delegate must have received an award at a qualifying conference to participate.
“It is a huge honor,” said NSCDS Model UN program coordinator Dana Specht in the statement. âShe’s talented and works hard; winning a prize in this competition is the icing on the cake of an incredible year. She set a goal, stayed focused and succeeded.
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