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Title Naperville news 17. August 2011 [(DVD) videorecording] / produced by NCTV17 ; produced by Elizabeth Spencer and Jen Hannon.

Publication Info. Naperville, Ill. : Naperville Community Television, [2011]
℗2011
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 Nichols Adult Reference Local History  977.324 NAP    AVAILABLE
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Description 4 videodiscs (approximately 120 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
System Details DVD-R format.
Note Videodisc recording of the weekly Naperville news magazine program for the month of August 2011.
Airs six times daily on NCTV17, Naperville Community Television.
This week hosted by Jen Hannon.
For specific features see interactive menu.
Performer Dolly McCarthy, anchor; with Jen Hannon, Michelle Corless, Marc Dahlquist, Halie Wenhold, Kevin Machak, Holly Roadruck, Justin Zipser, Ryan Piers, Ben Hutchison, Alex Symonds.
Summary Covers topics of interest to the Naperville community and surrounding areas of DuPage county.
Contents August 5, 2011: Back to school shopping in full swing -- Back to school fair for children in need -- College of DuPage newly renovated buildings now open -- Impact of U.S. debt ceiling on Pell Grants for college students -- Illinois looks to raise tollway prices -- Cooper's Hawk Winery and Restaurant, Naperville's first winery, now open -- National Night Out on August 5 spread iawareness of community safety efforts -- Women at Risk International opens store in downtown Naperville -- Naperville resident Bertha Mengedoth's 105th birthday honored with surprise party at Independence Village -- Senior citizens from Monarch Landing display artwork at North Central College -- Classic car Cruising for a Cause raises funds for Wounded Warrior Program and National Navy UDT Seal Museum -- Choral-Aires women's chorus presents singing workshop at local church -- Sports with Alex Symonds -- Becky Anderson's author interview with Meg Cabot, with her first book in a new trilogy, Abandon.
August 12, 2011: Representative Judy Biggert speaks on the U.S. economy and the debt ceiling -- Hesed House marks one year anniversary shelter -- School supplies for children in need -- U.S. Air Force Colonel retires after 27 year career -- Park District sponsors open house to present proposed capital projects -- Central Park renovations presented at recent Municipal Band concert -- Naperville Heritage Society Board of Directors introduce six inductees into Hall of Honor -- High school students to create murals in elevator waiting areas of parking decks -- Zeppelin visits DuPage Airport -- Dive Heart organization teaches people with disabilities to scuba dive -- Physical fitness: using the kettlebell -- Sports with Marc Dahlquist -- Becky Anderson's author interview with Maggie Stiefvater, author of The wolves of Mercy Falls trilogy -- Naperville Municipal Band ends summer season with "Prelude to Fall."
August 19, 2011: Construction at Naperville Central High School reaches a conclusion -- Thousands of students return to school this week -- Metra officials putting the brakes on some service cuts -- Concerns about safety at outdoor concerts -- Area carwash now has approval for use of wind-turbine for greater energy efficiency -- Argonne National Laboratory investigating new additives for use in car engine lubricants -- Cash for gold: time to sell? -- College of DuPage opens new Homeland Security Education Center -- Sixth annual Veggie Fest is host to over 20,000 visitors -- Flag raising ceremony at Municipal Center honors India's independence from British rule -- Chicago Sinfonietta comes to North Central College -- Survivor games lots of fun for kids ages 4 to 12 -- At Naper Settlement, Steve Hyett shares collection of postcards from the turn of the 20th century -- Sports with Alex Symonds -- Sights and sounds from the Veggie Fest.
August 26, 2011: Metea Valley High School welcomes its first Senior Class -- Holiday Inn Select on Diehl Road being renovated and will become the new Marriott of Naperville -- Flu shoots for fall are already available -- Meet the Metea Valley Seniors, the first class to graduate from that school -- Gregory Middle School celebrates 25th anniversary on Sept. 26, 2011 -- Naperville Jaycees share memories of Last Fling in honor of 45th anniversary -- Ninth annual Naperville Wine Festival held at Calamos Investments City Gate Center with 7000 attendees -- Local wineries making their mark -- Eagle Scout Joe Fatla renovates adult cat room for Naperville Area Humane Society -- Artist from all over the U.S. come to exhibit various print media at North Central -- Naperville's own Dancing with the stars fundraiser at Mason Sabika features local celebrities -- Sports with Marc Dahlquist -- Dolly's interview with Becky Anderson about changing world of books and print -- Residents asked to share 9-11 stories with NCTV for a special episode of Naperville News 17 -- Knoch Knolls residents celebrate at annual block party.
Form Also available as a podcast or streaming video from www.nctv17.com.
Subject Current events.
Naperville (Ill.) -- History.
Naperville (Ill.) -- Social life and customs.
Naperville (Ill.) -- Economic conditions.
DVDs.
Genre Television news programs.
Video recordings.
DVD-Video discs.
Added Author McCarthy, Dolly.
Barger, Jennie.
Dahlquist, Marc.
Machak, Kevin.
Wenhold, Halie.
Corless, Michelle.
Hannon, Jen.
Roadruck, Holly.
Piers, Ryan.
Zipser, Justin.
Hutchison, Ben.
Symonds, Alex.
Naperville Community Television.
NCTV17.
Added Title Naperville news 17 (Television program)
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