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Fun Ways to Celebrate the Illinois Bicentennial

Fun Ways to Celebrate the Illinois BicentennialThe Illinois Bicentennial Year Is Here

 

Looking for ways to celebrate the Illinois Bicentennial? Look no further. We’ve compiled a list of events in and around Chicago and the Northwest suburbs to help you celebrate 200 years of state pride.

 

Celebrate Heritage

 

On display in the Glenview Public Library in Glenview, IL is a photography exhibit celebrating Illinois’ prairie heritage. Running from January 11, 2018 to March 12, 2018, this is a worthwhile trip for nature photographer lovers. See the bountiful prairie grasses of the Illinois plains from a new perspective. This is a free event.

 

A Bicentennial Birthday Party

 

On February 19, 2018, the Fort Dearborn Evanston chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) will host the “Happy Illinois Bicentennial Birthday Bash, 1818-2018” at the Evanston History Center in the Dawes House. Actor Terry Lynch will present the program focused on the grand history of Illinois. Admission is $10.

A Party in Palatine

 

On November 29, 2018, the Palatine Public Library will host a bicentennial birthday bash for Illinois. The program will include discussion on the early days in Illinois, historical fun facts, information about famous Illinoisans, and more.

 

Birthday Gala

 

Not to be outdone, the United Center of Chicago will be hosting a birthday gala on December 3, 2018, the official 200th birthday of Illinois. The gala is the pinnacle of the yearlong bicentennial celebration. Expect multi-media presentations, musical guests from a variety of genres, and celebrity hosts who will announce the Bicentennial Hall of Famers for the Hall of Fame archives.

 

Gear up to celebrate Illinois’ bicentennial in 2018. You can find many other events scheduled throughout the year in cities across Illinois. Take a moment to reflect on the amazing contributions Illinoisans have made to the State, the Country, and society over the last 200 years.

 

As with any celebration, stay safe and choose a designated driver if you plan to drink. But no matter the safety precautions you take, know that others on the road might not be so cautious. If you’re involved in an accident in the Northwest suburbs, consult with an experienced Arlington Heights car accident attorney. An attorney can evaluate the facts of your case and help you file a claim to get fair compensation for your losses.

 

If you or a loved one has been injured, Arlington Heights personal injury attorney Ronald F. Wittmeyer can help. With more than 30 years experience practicing plaintiffs’ personal injury law, we can fight aggressively on your behalf. Serving the Northwest suburbs including Arlington Heights, Buffalo Grove, Palatine, and surrounding areas, the Law Offices of R.F. Wittmeyer, Ltd. helps level the playing field against major insurance companies and corporations. If you’ve been injured or involved in an accident, call our office at (847) 357-0403 or fill out our online form to schedule a free consultation with one of our highly qualified Arlington Heights personal injury attorneys. The sooner we can learn about your case and your needs, the more effective we can be at recovering fair and adequate compensation for your losses.

Liability May Exist for Poor Conditions of Bike Trails

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With the weather being so frigidly cold and snowy, many people don’t use bike trails. But the Illinois Supreme Court recently agreed to hear a case of a bicyclist injured while cycling on the Skokie Valley Bike Path. Bike trails and paths are at the forefront of their mind.

The Injury

In the early morning of August 2013, Kathy Corbett, an avid cyclist, was thrown from her bicycle was riding along the Skokie Valley Bike Path. However, she did not hit a pothole, speed bump, or other road defect. Corbett hit another cyclist who had also fallen from their bike due to bumps and groves in the pavement. Corbett’s attorney further elaborated on the condition of the bike path. “[T]here were tree roots growing under the asphalt and causing the asphalt to buckle…If you were on a bicycle, you couldn’t see it until you were right on top of it.”

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Safe and Slow: Reducing the Risks of Back to School Season

Safe and Slow: Reducing the Risks of Back to School SeasonBack to school season means more children are walking to and from school, riding the bus, and playing sports outdoors. Because more children are out and about, driving safely and aware is more important than ever.

A Safe Start

To have a safe and successful start of the new school year, follow these tips:

Lower Your Speed

Most school zones have lower speed limits than surrounding areas—usually 20 mph—but when the school day is just starting or ending, you may want to drive even slower. Exercise caution when kids are crossing the street, loading the bus, or getting picked up. Heed the speed limits; they are there for a reason. Children are unpredictable and can easily find their way into the road before you have time to stop. Also, expect steeper fines for speeding in a school zone.

Stay Aware When Near Schools

You might see crossing guards and school safety personnel in school zones. They help keep traffic moving and the kids safe. Many schools have crosswalks that are closely monitored during school hours. Expect to drive slowly and carefully whenever in a school zone.

Give Buses Room

Be extra careful near school buses. Again, children can be unpredictable, and you can face steep fines for illegally circumventing buses while they load and unload kids.

Take Your Time

Back to school season comes with higher risks but also more distractions and priorities. When coupled together, these two factors pose a deadly risk. It is illegal to use a hand-held device or text while driving in Illinois. Even activities like eating or drinking can be distracting enough to harm someone. Don’t risk it. Get up a little earlier, so you don’t feel the need to multitask behind the wheel.

The start of school can be a fun time of the year. But in the midst of all the excitement, make sure you practice safe driving and stay on guard. And if you’re involved in an accident, consult with an experienced personal injury attorney. An Arlington Heights personal injury attorney can advise you of your rights and help you seek fair compensation step by step.

 

If you or a loved one were injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, Arlington Heights personal injury attorney Ronald F. Wittmeyer can help. With more than 30 years experience practicing plaintiffs’ personal injury law, we can fight aggressively on your behalf. Serving the Northwest suburbs including Arlington Heights, Buffalo Grove, Palatine, and surrounding areas, the Law Offices of R.F. Wittmeyer, Ltd. helps level the playing field against major insurance companies and corporations. If you’ve been injured or involved in an accident, call our office at (847) 357-0403 or fill out our online form to schedule a free consultation with one of our highly qualified Arlington Heights personal injury attorneys. The sooner we can learn about your case and your needs, the more effective we can be at recovering fair and adequate compensation for your losses.

 

 

 

 

Enjoying Oktoberfest in Illinois

 

A Fall Tradition

 

Oktoberfest is a tried and true fall tradition celebrated across the U.S. and Europe. In Illinois, the festivities start around mid-September and continue into October. Oktoberfest began as a celebration of the fall harvest. But contemporary Oktoberfests are full of good food, good beer, and good friends for a fun way to kick off fall.

 

Oktoberfest in the Area

 

We’ve compiled a list of Oktoberfest events in the Northwest suburbs of Illinois so you can easily plan when and where to celebrate. Oktoberfest in Illinois is typically family friendly. Many feature activities for the kids along with the traditional beer and brats we’ve come to expect from this Bavarian tradition.

 

Palatine Oktoberfest: 9/15-9/17

 

Palatine’s Rotary Club hosts this event, which is free to the public. Family friendly and fundraising, this festival is filled with activities to keep everyone entertained.

 

Arlington Heights Autumn Harvest Fest: 10/7

 

While not a true Oktoberfest, this is definitely one you will want to check out. The autumn fest will feature hayrides, face painting, food, and a scarecrow-building contest. The Village’s Special Events Commission and the Park District put on this event.

 

Mount Prospect Oktoberfest: 10/13-10/14

 

Featuring all the expected elements of Oktoberfest—like beer and a German band—the Mount Prospect Oktoberfest is sure to please even the most traditional festivalgoers. Kids can enjoy pumpkin decorating, hayrides, and trick or treating Saturday afternoon as part of Fall Fest.

 

A Note of Caution

 

Attending Oktoberfest and other fall festivals can be a fun and safe activity. But because beer is the traditional drink du jour, there is always the potential for drunk driving and the dangers that come with it. Driving under the influence is illegal and can cause fatal auto accidents. Choose a designated driver or use public transportation or a rideshare service if you are going to drink alcohol. And, as always, keep an eye out for intoxicated drivers when on the road.

 

If you are involved in an accident with a negligent driver, speak with an Arlington Heights personal injury attorney. You have a right to fair compensation from the liable party. A knowledgeable attorney can help you file a claim or a suit, so you are properly compensated for your losses. Otherwise, we hope you have a fun and safe Oktoberfest this fall.

 

If you’ve recently been injured and are seeking compensation, Arlington Heights personal injury attorney Ronald F. Wittmeyer can help. With more than 30 years experience practicing plaintiffs’ personal injury law, we can fight aggressively on your behalf. Serving the Northwest suburbs including Arlington Heights, Buffalo Grove, Palatine, and surrounding areas, the Law Offices of R.F. Wittmeyer, Ltd. helps level the playing field against major insurance companies and corporations. If you’ve been injured or involved in an accident, call our office at (847) 357-0403 or fill out our online form to schedule a free consultation with one of our highly qualified Arlington Heights personal injury attorneys. The sooner we can learn about your case and your needs, the more effective we can be at recovering fair and adequate compensation for your losses.

 

 

 

Summer BBQ Safety and Recalls

Summer BBQ Safety and RecallsGrilling is a time-honored summer tradition in Illinois and across the nation. Despite its connotations of simple summer fun, grilling can be dangerous. Between 2009 and 2013, an average of 8,900 grill fires was reported each year, usually peaking in July. Whether causing structural damage to buildings or inflicting severe burns, grill fires can ruin your backyard gathering.

 

While common causes for grill fires include failing to clean the grill, grilling too close to flammable items, or leaving the grill unattended, grill leaks or breaks was the leading cause for outside, gas grill fires. If your grill leaks or breaks, it could be because of faulty manufacturing. Defective products can cause serious injuries, and grills are no exception.

 

Manufacturers of all products are required to notify consumers of recalls when they discover a product is defective or poses a safety hazard. Your first step to grill safety is to be aware of these recalls. If you’ve registered your manufacturer’s warranty, the company should notify you of any recalls. If you haven’t, that information can be found online through the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

 

Aside from being aware of consumer recalls, here are some simple grilling safety tips to minimize your risk of injury during grilling season:

 

  • Never leave a grill unattended
  • Maintain your grill to ensure all parts are in working order
  • Clean your grill regularly to remove built up fats and grease, which can increase the chance of starting an unintended fire
  • Keep grills a safe distance away from anything flammable such as home siding, decks, fences, sheds, and dry leaves
  • Keep children and pets away from the grill at all times
  • Use propane and charcoal grills only outside

 

By following these safety tips and staying mindful of recalls, you can reduce your chance of being injured.

But if a faulty product injured you, such as a gas grill that leaks, you might be able to file a personal injury claim. If you think you might have a claim, speak with an attorney about your rights. A knowledgeable Arlington Heights personal injury attorney with experience handling faulty product cases can evaluate the facts and circumstances of your case and advise you on what you can do to seek fair compensation.

 

Backyard grilling doesn’t have to be dangerous. Always play it safe when operating a grill to ensure you can enjoy this classic summer activity worry-free.

 

If a defective product has injured you, Arlington Heights personal injury attorney Ronald F. Wittmeyer can help. With more than 30 years experience practicing plaintiffs’ personal injury law, we can fight aggressively on your behalf. Serving the Northwest suburbs including Arlington Heights, Buffalo Grove, Palatine, and surrounding areas, the Law Offices of R.F. Wittmeyer, Ltd. helps level the playing field against major insurance companies and corporations. If you’ve been injured or involved in an accident, call our office at (847) 357-0403 or fill out our online form to schedule a free consultation with one of our highly qualified Arlington Heights personal injury attorneys. The sooner we can learn about your case and your needs, the more effective we can be at recovering fair and adequate compensation for your losses.

 

Staying Safe on Illinois’ Waterways

Staying Safe on Illinois’ Waterways

Boating Season Is Here

When the temperature rises, many of us head to lakes and rivers to enjoy one of the summer’s simplest pleasures: boating. Boating safety is vital to ensure enjoyable recreation on Illinois’ waterways during summer. But, due to negligent operating, hazardous waters, alcohol impairment, swimmer ability, and other factors, a typically safe and harmless summer activity can quickly turn fatal. In fact, there were 77 boating accidents in Illinois in 2014, resulting in 54 injuries and, sadly, 20 fatalities.

 

Whether you are operating a boat, are a boat passenger, or swimming in waters near boats, you could be at risk for boating accidents. When inexperienced swimmers fall overboard or are hit by watercraft while swimming, the potential for drowning is significant. Recreational boaters can be relatively inexperienced and may not exercise the same level of care they would when behind the wheels of a car. For these reasons, it’s important to take safety precautions, such as:

 

  • Always wear a life jacket (drowning is the leading cause of death in boating accidents)

 

 

  • Take a boating course to learn how to properly operate a boat (most accidents involved operators who had little or no formal boating education), and

 

  • Use common sense when operating a boat or swimming near boats

 

Following these safety tips can greatly reduce your chance of getting in a boating accident. But if you were injured in a boating accident as a result of someone else’s negligence, you could have grounds for a personal injury claim. If someone else was liable for your injuries, you could stand to recover losses such as medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

 

If you’ve been injured in a boating accident, speak with an Illinois personal injury attorney in your area. It’s important to discuss your case with an attorney as soon as possible to ensure you can file a claim within a specified time frame and that all evidence is preserved. An attorney can review the facts and circumstances of your accident, help you identify the responsible parties, and potentially file a claim against them, so you can get the compensation you deserve.

 

Boating can be fun for everyone if safety is a top priority, so when out on Illinois’ lakes and rivers this summer, remember the above safety tips, and enjoy the water!

 

If you’ve recently been injured and are seeking compensation, Arlington Heights personal injury attorney Ronald F. Wittmeyer can help. With more than 30 years experience practicing plaintiffs’ personal injury law, we can fight aggressively on your behalf. Serving the Northwest suburbs including Arlington Heights, Buffalo Grove, Palatine, and surrounding areas, the Law Offices of R.F. Wittmeyer, Ltd. helps level the playing field against major insurance companies and corporations. If you’ve been injured or involved in an accident, call our office at (847) 357-0403 or fill out our online form to schedule a free consultation with one of our highly qualified Arlington Heights personal injury attorneys. The sooner we can learn about your case and your needs, the more effective we can be at recovering fair and adequate compensation for your losses.

Football – Should We Allow Our Children to Play?

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Back-to-school time is upon us which means our children will begin playing traditional American fall sports. For young women, it maybe volleyball, cheerleading, cross country, or dance team. For young men, it may be cross country or football.

In a new editorial published by the Chicago Tribune, the editorial board states “last year, 3 million kids ages 6 to 18 played organized football in the U.S” while in “Illinois in 2014, nearly 47,000 boys played high school football” making it one of the most popular sports in the country. But with this accolade comes reality. While runners and cross country participants experience many of their own strains, sprains, and injuries, according Ann McKee, director of Boston University’s CTE Center, football is considered one of the most dangerous sports because of the high risks associated with it.

Being a high-contact sport, football comes with many grueling injuries such as breaks, sprains, and strains, but more seriously, concussions.

CTE

According to the Chicago Tribune editorial, concern regarding the long-term effects of playing football has sparked due to a new study conducted by Ann McKee’s team. In the study, McKee’s team monitored the brains of 111 deceased NFL players and found all with the exception of one had “CTE, a degenerative disease associated with head trauma and linked to symptoms that include depression, dementia and memory loss.” The study also cites that CTE is found in “three of 14 deceased former high school football players, and 48 of 53 deceased former players at the college level.”

Yes, football comes with protective measures. Helmets protect players’ heads. Mouth guards protect their teeth. Their leg and hip regions are protected by pads inserted into their football pants, and their shoulder and chest region is protected by a bulky plastic shoulder pad contraption, but with McKee’s recent study, many parents are questioning whether those precautions are enough and whether we should allow our children to play such a high contact sport as football. Is football a truly safe sport for our children to be playing?

According to former Detroit Lions player and NFL Hall of Fame running back Barry Sanders, “Yes. But … be aware of the risks.” Sanders states that the benefits of playing football such as “teamwork, communication, hard work, and goal setting” must be weighed against the potential of brain injury. Just like anything with risk, it’s important to be proactive rather than reactive and to be aware of the potential injuries that can be caused by playing.

What to Consider When Your Sign Your Children Up for Football

Here are somethings to consider when signing your child up for football.

Be sure the child is ready.

Prior to age of 3, children do not have the required motor skills, balance, and attention span to play football. Most junior leagues begin around the ages of 10 or 12 because children have developed both physically and mentally. However, parents should still be hesitant since children all mature and develop at different rates.

Make sure the child has the proper gear.

To stay safe, make sure your child has the correct gear needed for their league. While gear does not need to be new, the equipment needs to be in good, working condition. It is important for the equipment to fit correctly and be worn properly. If the equipment is too big or too small, then it will not properly protect the areas it is intended to protect.

Pick the best program.

Make sure your child is enrolled in a program that has a standard for safety. Coaches, whether paid or volunteer, should be trained in first aid and CPR and know how to utilize the equipment required for the program.

Warm-up and cool-down.

Properly warming up the body before strenuous movement and cooling the body down after working it lessens the likelihood of injury to muscles.

Practice. Practice,

An essential component of football are the abilities to tackle or block. These are skills that come with time and with practice in order to do them correctly. Encourage your child to practice what they are learning to ensure they are doing it correctly to avoid injury.

Ask the correct questions.

According to Dr. Elizabeth Nabel, the NFL’s first chief health and medical adviser, there are important questions to consider before signing your child up for football:

  • Is the team that my child is going to play on connected to USA Football?
  • Is there a certified athletic trainer on the sideline?
  • Have the coaches, parents, the players and the trainer been educated around sports injury — particularly head injury and concussion?
  • What does my pediatrician think?

There is no one right decision when considering enrolling your child in a football program. The best option to weigh the pros and cons and decide based on what is right for the child. Follow these tips, and hopefully, that decision is much easier.

Injuries can also occur due to negligence. If you or someone you love has been injured due to negligence in team sports or football, please contact the Law Offices of R.F. Wittmeyer, Ltd. today for a free consulation.

Labor Day: More Cars on the Road Means More Risk

Labor Day: More Cars on the Road Means More RiskPlay it Safe This Labor Day Weekend

 

Situated at the end of summer and right before the start of the school year, Labor Day is one of the busiest holidays for getting out on the road. Whether it be visiting a neighboring town or taking a road trip across the state, travel on Labor Day weekend tends to be higher risk. When more cars flood the roads and heat causes irregularities in the asphalt, your risk of getting in an accident goes up. To make the most of your time off this Labor Day, always keep safety in mind.

 

You’ll likely be facing increased traffic and could encounter hazardous road conditions, construction work, or alcohol-impaired drivers along the way. All these factors can significantly increase your chance of getting in an accident.

 

Labor Day is quickly approaching, and if you have travel plans, you should keep the following summer driving tips in mind:

 

  • Get your car road ready. Check fluids and tire pressure, and make sure you have an emergency kit with items such as jumper cables and flares ready to go. Breaking down or experiencing a flat tire is not only inconvenient; it can also be dangerous depending on where you stop.

 

  • Know your route. Bring a printed map, and don’t rely solely on GPS in case reception is an issue.

 

  • Anticipate route changes. Make sure you are aware of any detours in your route that won’t be on a map, such as closed roads and lanes and construction zones.

 

  • Consider driving during non-peak times. Especially near metropolitan areas, driving during peak times can be dangerous as more cars are on the road. Consider early morning departures or driving in the late evening to reduce this risk.

 

Taking extra precautions when driving Labor Day weekend can reduce your risk of getting in an accident. If you are involved in an accident, however, consult with an experienced Arlington Heights auto accident attorney as soon as you can. An attorney can evaluate the facts and circumstances of your accident and walk you step by step through submitting a claim and seeking adequate compensation. Otherwise, have a safe and fun Labor Day weekend!

 

If you’ve been in an accident and want to know your rights, Arlington Heights personal injury attorney Ronald F. Wittmeyer can help. With more than 30 years experience practicing plaintiffs’ personal injury law, we can fight aggressively on your behalf. Serving the Northwest suburbs including Arlington Heights, Buffalo Grove, Palatine, and surrounding areas, the Law Offices of R.F. Wittmeyer, Ltd. helps level the playing field against major insurance companies and corporations. If you’ve been injured or involved in an accident, call our office at (847) 357-0403 or fill out our online form to schedule a free consultation with one of our highly qualified Arlington Heights personal injury attorneys. The sooner we can learn about your case and your needs, the more effective we can be at recovering fair and adequate compensation for your losses.

 

 

Road Trip Troubles: Handling Out of State Accidents

Road Trip Troubles: Handling Out of State AccidentsSummer travel is synonymous with road trips. As the summer winds down, many Illinoisans hit the open road to enjoy one last adventure. But because of increased traffic, road construction, and common distractions, summer also tends to see an increase in auto accidents. Accidents are inconvenient at any time and any place but even more so when you’re out of state. Not only do you need to file a claim, but also you may be far from home and unfamiliar with the driving laws in that state. To deal with an out of state auto accident, follow these simple steps:

 

Contact your insurance agency to open a claim. You will be assigned an adjuster who will then inform you of what to do next. The claims process for an out of state accident can vary from provider to provider, so this should be your first step after helping others at the scene of the accident and reporting the accident to the authorities. Your adjuster can also brief you on your policy benefits, such as rental car allowances and towing.

 

Next, understand that your accident will be handled under that particular state’s jurisdiction, not necessarily your state of residence. This is important to remember because each state’s laws vary regarding issues such as liability and insurance minimums, which can complicate your case. Ideally, you would briefly familiarize yourself with the laws in the state(s) you plan on driving through and potentially talk to your insurance provider about adjusting your coverage to ensure you will meet that state’s minimum requirement. This can be a lot of legwork, especially if you are planning on driving straight through some states but know that many states have minimum insurance requirements that exceed those in Illinois.

 

You should also call an attorney. An experienced Arlington Heights auto accident attorney can help you understand how the laws in the state of your accident could affect your claim and your right to compensation. Although these types of cases can be a little more complex due to the jurisdiction, a good attorney can advise you on how to file a claim and seek the compensation you deserve.

 

Don’t let the risk of an accident spoil your road trip. This country is meant to be explored! Just make sure you keep a few safety tips in mind such as keeping your car well maintained and in road trip shape and reducing your distractions by leaving the navigation to someone else and keeping kids occupied in the back. These steps can help you stay safe on the road, so you can enjoy your trip.

 

Filing an insurance claim can be confusing, but Arlington Heights personal injury attorney Ronald F. Wittmeyer can help. With more than 30 years experience practicing plaintiffs’ personal injury law, we can fight aggressively on your behalf. Serving the Northwest suburbs including Arlington Heights, Buffalo Grove, Palatine, and surrounding areas, the Law Offices of R.F. Wittmeyer, Ltd. helps level the playing field against major insurance companies and corporations. If you’ve been injured or involved in an accident, call our office at (847) 357-0403 or fill out our online form to schedule a free consultation with one of our highly qualified Arlington Heights personal injury attorneys. The sooner we can learn about your case and your needs, the more effective we can be at recovering fair and adequate compensation for your losses.

Enjoy the Illinois State Parks

Illinois has over 60 states parks to enjoy this fall and all year round.

Suburban residents luckily have several great state parks nearby. The parks include:

Chain O Lakes State Park

The 2,793-acre state park near Spring Grove has nearly 200 camping sites. Additionally, you can fish and canoe on the lakes. The Turner Lake Nature Preserve is about 80 acres within the park. The state has protected a segment of the park’s bog environment and its unique plants.

Illinois Beach State Park

Along Lake Michigan, residents from all over Lake County, can visit Illinois Beach State Bark. In addition to a great series of bike paths, Illinois Beach State Park allows fishing and swimming.

If you’re traveling from the Northwest suburbs, such as Arlington Heights or Mount Prospect,  take I-294 north to Rt 173 east (approx 8 miles). Take 173 to Sheridan Road. Make a right on Sheridan Road to Wadsworth Road. Lastly, make a left and you will be in the park.

Moraine Hills

If you continue past Lake Zurich on Rt. 12 (Rand Rd.), you can hike and run at Moraine Hills State Park. “The 48-acre Lake Defiance, located near the center of the park, was formed when a large portion of ice broke away from the main glacier and melted.” You can rent a boat for fishing or just enjoying Lake Defiance.

Other State Parks

Depending on where you want to travel in Illinois, you have lots of options. But depending on which park you want to visit, you can have lots of fun. Activities at the state parks include:

  • fishing,
  • hiking,
  • hunting,
  • boating,
  • metal detecting,
  • geocaching,
  • biking,
  • cross country skiing,
  • archery, and
  • horseback riding.

Illinois is not just lots of great shopping and cities. Explore the glories of nature this summer!

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