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"I may not be quite as easy to get a hold of (when the changeover takes place), but I will still be here for anyone who needs me." According to Le Mere, he and Wells plan to unite the communi Ues of Fox Like and Antioch to regain the Please see FOX LAKE/ A3 Gas prices don't hinder boaters By JUUE MURPHY Staff Reporter The high gasoline prices have had little effect on those who live in or come to Antioch to enjoy a sunny day on the Chain O'Lakes. Dance beach party Fifth and sixth-graders are invited to wear their favorite beach clothes and dance to their favorite hits at the Lindenhurst Park District's Beach Party Dance on June 15, -9 p.m. The staff- supervised party includes cookies, chips and pop. Under the heading special col- lections arc suggestions for summer reading that include the books' call numbers, titles and age level appro- priateness as well as the author."We have people who come out hear every weekend no matter what," said Gavin. Meld at Anti- och High School, must be 18 and over and out of High school. For more information, call the Park District office. All registration forms must be completely filled out and submitted at time of registration. ENOER "Annual Percentage Rate (APR) in effect 5/ 1/01 is 6.00% based on a rote of Prime minus 2% with Prime ot 7.5% and o floor of 6%'. It gives, and docs not take.'" There arc spots for feedback on the library page, and areas to e-mail directly to the school including an area to "make comments to the Stu- dent Threats Committee." The seventh graders created the community connections pages to link the school and its community."It's like having a resort house on the water." Sequoit Harbor is both a private facility with boat slips and a seven- day store of new and used boats that has been in business at the same location on Rte. "We are a try before you buy type facility," said Gavin. Board meetings The Lindenhurst Park District board meet- ings are the first and third Tuesday of the month at 7- p.m., at the Lindenhurst Park District Community Center. Come to the Park District for a very low impact aerobic class EQUITY No Appraisal or closing cost on lines less then 100,000* Possible tax deductibility 5 year term (only interest due monthly) taught by a fellow senior. Men's open gym Get some exercise and enjoy some pick-up basketball. Engle Junction' Preschool registration for the 2001/2002 school year will begin on Feb. Open registration for all other interested will be Tuesday, March 6. Preschool packets can be picked up at the Park District Monday- Friday, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Office hours Regular park district office hours arc Mon- day through Friday, 9 a.m. There is a 24-hour accessible drop box located at the main entrance of the Community Center. 'After 1 1/30/01, the APR will change as follows, based on the outstanding credit balance Loon to value is 80%. In the works are sections for Lion- heart Martial Arts, Pedersen Marina, Digital Direct, Antioch Golf Club, The Furniture Doctor, Patricia's Amlsh Furniture, Something Sweet, Tangeant Corp., Crichton Rentals, Travel by Design, Golden Panda, Ear Candy, Collette and Ano Plumbing, Johnson Jewelers, Best Pets and the Antioch Rotary.The approval was unanimous with one absent based on the recom- mendations of village stafi" for the change.The ultimate goal is to get the speed limit down to 30 mph on that stretch of North Ave.