Mayor Bury Booed at Cinco de Mayo Bash?
Was Mayor Sandra Bury booed last week at a St. Germaine outing? A St. Germaine parishioner let us know that Mayor Sandra Bury attended the parish’s recent Cinco de Mayo festivities. This is what he wrote to us: “Mayor Bury was booed at St. Germaine Cinco de Mayo party like Rodger Goodell booed at the NFL draft. Vorderer brings her around to introduce themselves. Nobody cared. Our table laughed at them. They stopped after the 5th table. There were 40 tables. Lol.” For the non-football fans out there, Roger Goodell is the NFL Commissioner who is relentlessly booed at each and every selection of the first round of the NFL draft. Goodell reportedly told the fans to “bring it on”. No word from the Mayor on whether the event was “amazing”.
Oak Lawn Goes One Way While College Students Go Another on Publishing Newspapers
The Xavierite Newspaper known as the “eyes and ears of St. Xavier students” has ceased publishing its newspaper. After 85 years, the student run operation has decided that the printed newspaper no longer makes any sense. Instead, the students will continue to publish the news online. The move to online publication is in keeping with the newspaper industry although the Village of Oak Lawn is fighting that trend with the decision to publish its own “newspaper”. One Trustee has promised to eat his shoes if the newspaper loses money, which according to virtually every expert in the publishing business, is a certainty unless the village uses creative accounting.
District 123 Annual Golf Outing Celebrates Its 25th Year
District officials are inviting golfers of any and all skill levels to sign up for the 25th Annual Golf Outing to be held on Thursday, June 16th. Actually, they even want to see you if you don’t like golf. You can just join the crowd for dinner. Golfers will enjoy the “Beat the Pro Contest” but there are other fun events including a silent auction, split the pot, and raffles.
Save the Date: June 16th
Registration opens at 10:30 a.m.
Golf has a shotgun start at 11:30 a.m.
Dinner is at 4:30 p.m.
You can register or donate online at d123.org/golf
Get a head start this summer by taking classes at Moraine Valley
The summer 2016 semester starts with a three-week pre-session beginning the week of May 23, while the eight- and first four-week as well as continuing education sessions begin the week of June 13, and the second four-week session begins the week of July 11.
A complete list of credit and noncredit classes can be found in the summer 2016 class schedule or online at morainevalley.edu. Registration is ongoing. Tuition is $116 per credit hour plus fees and books.
Students who have applied to the college can register in the Registration Office, located on campus in the Student Services Center (Building S), 9000 W. College Pkwy. in Palos Hills; by phone at (708) 974-2110 or online at morainevalley.edu.
Need A Job?
Have you thought about employment right in your own backyard at the Children’s Museum in Oak Lawn? The museum is looking for “Play Coordinators”, who are responsible for welcoming guests into the museum and interacting on the Museum Floor with children. The Museum is also seeking “Desk staff”, who are responsible for checking guests and members into the museum as they enter.
You can apply by bringing your resume to the Museum’s front desk or by sending a PDF of your resume to email@example.com. Good Luck.