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league test against Plainfield Central (Plainfield, IL) With the loss, Minooka moves to 0-3 on the season. The Indians host Plainfield Central (Plainfield, IL) to confront the Wildcats in a Southwest Prairie test on Friday, September 14. The Wildcats go into the test with a record of 4-0. Plainfield Central won 41-0 in their recent league test against Romeoville (Romeoville, IL) Illinois High School Football - Dixon trounced by Yorkville (September 7, 2012: Yorkville, IL 60560) The Yorkville Foxes walloped the visiting Dixon Dukes football team by a count of 48-14 in Friday's non-league outing. With the win, Yorkville upgrades its record to 2-1 on the season. The Foxes travel to LaSalle-Peru (LaSalle, IL) to encounter the Cavaliers in a non-league outing on Friday, September 14. The Cavaliers go into the outing with a record of 1-2. LaSalle-Peru lost 22-0 in their recent non-league outing against Rochelle (Rochelle, IL) With the loss, Dixon moves to 0-3 on the season. The Dukes host Morris (Morris, IL) to encounter the Redskins in a non-league outing on Friday, September 14. The Redskins go into the outing with a record of 3-0. Morris won 43-0 in their recent non-league outing against Geneseo (Geneseo, IL) Plano was downed by Sandwhich 16-12

Cubs Report
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Cubs Continue By Dick Kolf

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Illinois High School Football Plainfield East defeats Oswego East (September 7, 2012: Plainfield, IL 60585) In Friday's league match, the host Plainfield East Bengals football squad scored a good 33-6 victory over the Oswego East Wolves. In their next game, the Bengals clash with the Plainfield North Tigers

(Plainfield, IL) in a Southwest Prairie match, on Friday, September 14. Plainfield East will attempt to move on its 1-2 season record. The Tigers enter the match with a 2-1 record after their 35-12 league win over Plainfield South (Plainfield, IL). The Wolves (2-1) will now prepare for their match against Plainfield South (Plainfield, IL). The Cougars enter the Southwest Prairie match with a 1-2 record. In their last match, Plainfield South dropped by Plainfield North (Plainfield, IL), 35-12, in a league match.

Illinois High School Football - Oswego trounces Minooka (September 7, 2012: Minooka, IL 60447) In Friday's league match, the visiting Oswego Panthers football squad scored a big 42-0 win over the Minooka Indians. With the win, Oswego improves its record to 2-1 on the season. The Panthers host Romeoville (Romeoville, IL) to confront the Spartans in a Southwest Prairie test on Friday, September 14. The Spartans go into the test with a record of 0-3. Romeoville lost 41-0 in their recent

The Chicago Cubs continue to improve in year one of the Epstein Era. I—a true fan after going through the 12 steps of grief and having a hundred years of practice—will now begin to move on in life and honor our storied franchise by waiting until next year. As we begin the afterexperience, let us take stock in the good things the Northsiders have accomplished. •Reducing payroll—at the trade deadline, the Cubs removed the dead wood to free up cap space for the rebuilding plan. •Commitment to the Youth Movement—with Castro, Campana, and Bryan LaHair, the Cubs are building

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a nucleolus for the next decade built around fundamental baseball. •Pitching—the Cubs are rebuilding the sta , looking to building that strong rotation. •The Minor League system—the Cubs have begun to rebuild their infrastructure with the Minor League system. In closing, the Cubs have begun the long-term commitment to end the 100-plus drought and end the curse. Things to look for in the upcoming season—the continuing moving starting rotation and younger players will be given more playing time.

2. A. McCutchenPIT 3. Y. MolinaSTL 4. B. PoseySF 5. D. WrightNYM 6. R. BraunMIL 7. C. GonzalezCOL 8. D. FowlerCOL 9. M. HollidaySTL 10. A. HillARI .298

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Opportunity to use your sales and customer service skills to sell and deliver a cutting edge, life changing learning program! We are a cutting edge learning organization that is unique within our area of expertise of helping kids and adults read, learn, and become more successful. We are looking to hire a Director of First Impressions to serve as the Assistant to our Executive Director. The primary responsibilities for this position will be:

1. Phone Sales-receiving incoming calls from prospective clients and follow up with prospective clients to move them through our process from lead to client. (No cold calls required-only incoming calls or returning client requests for information). 2. Assist and support the Executive Director in making the most of marketing and sales e orts. (Includes scheduling appoinments, organizing materials for Center Director presentations, preparing gifts for referrals, ect..)

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Sox Continue Lead
by W. Kyle Veeder

At the beginning of the month the Sox continue to hold their two game lead in the central division over the Tigers. Adam Dunn and Paul Konerko continue to power the Sox each are in the league lead for Home Runs and Average. The pitching continues to be hit and miss with losing leads and not giving the innings. If the sox are going to begin to define themselves as a contender the pitching needs pick up the pace. Overall the team is still lacking that edging character that makes a great team and that is true team chemistry. This team is talented and have performed on the field but it still seems they are lacking that little extra something that the Sox had in 2005. In the week ahead look for the Sox to build some steam with their final battle for the Central Division crown.

Leage Leaders
Batting American PlayerTeamSeason 1. M. CabreraDET .330 2. M. TroutLAA .329 3. D. JeterNYY .320 4. A. BeltreTEX .319 5. D. MurphyTEX .316 6. P. FielderDET .315 7. J. MauerMIN .315 8. B. ButlerKC .309 9. P. KonerkoCWS .308 10. T. HunterLAA .305 Batting National PlayerTeamSeason 1. M. CabreraSF .346

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3. Clerical and o ce management to insure o ce runs smoothly and as e ciently as possible allowing for

(warmth and empathy) are exceedingly important and excellent communication and organizational skills

and will be based on an hourly rate between $14-$16/hour Qualifications: 4 year College degree preferred *Prior experience in sales or phone work preferred *Enthusiasm and passion for addressing learning challenges with children and adults *Exceptional and welcoming interpersonal skills with a dedication to outstanding customer service Proficiency in MS O ce software such as Power Point, Excel, and Word, and social media tools like FaceBook and Constant Contact *Familiarity with learning challenges such as ADD/ ADHD, dyslexia, and autism *Self starter with strong work ethic *Extroverted, enthusiastic, genuine and caring personality The Naperville center is locally owned and operated. For more information about LearningRx Naperville go to www.LearningRx.com/ Chicago-Naperville

communication skills are essential. Ability to read and communicate e ectively in English, both verbally and in writing. Ability to assess and determine situations requiring an interpreter, and to use interpreter services e ectively. Education: Currently enrolled in high school or high school graduate.

Lab Aide
Job Description: Part Time, 0.2- 16 hours bi-weekly A Lab Aide is responsible for the prompt and thorough cleaning of glassware, pipettes, and plastic ware; filing of Microbiology work cards; maintaining Microbiology staining sinks; maintaining cytology stain tables; filing Pathology requisitions and reports; filing Client Services requisitions and reports; performing dishroom safety equipment checks; and other duties assigned to him/her by the laboratory PM shift supervisor. Minimum Qualifications: Candidates must be 16 years of age or older and have the ability to read and follow instructions, work independently and communicate clearly and e ectively with fellow employees. Excellent verbal and written

rapid growth while maintaining an excellent level of customer service. 4. Managing the client experience from beginning through the end of their program. 5. Provide exceptional customer service to all who come in contact with our organization. We are looking for someone who is excited to be part of a small but growing business and who will work well as part of a small team wearing many hats to support the business as needed. Strong interpersonal skills

are a must. While strong on the job training will be provided you will be expected to dig in and figure things out, get to know the people you work with and work hard to make good money! Must be willing to stretch and grow and receive consistent feedback and training in sales, marketing, o ce management and communication skills. Opportunities for advancement will be available as our company grows. This posiiton is part-time. Initial hours will be 12pm-7pm Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Starting pay will be in line with experience

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