Lisle Week in Review: Township Sprayed to Combat West Nile, Passero's Serves Up 25th Anniversary

Here is a roundup of this week's news.

The spraying is an effort to combat this summer's increased risk of West Nile virus.

A week-long celebration kicks off Monday, Aug. 6 with reduced-price daily specials, a visit from a cupcake truck and a blood drive.

Why jeopardize an entire classroom full of youngsters for a perfect attendance record? One sick child can make an entire class sick.

Forget ever seeing your lawn green this summer. The National Weather Service issued a 90-day outlook Wednesday, Aug. 2 that predicts no relief for Illinois as  this year's drought is expected to continue through October.

What treasures might they find in Lisle? The "modern archeologists" who star in the History Channel show plan to be in Illinois in September, says a show producer.

Demonstrating that age is only a number, athletes between the ages of 35 and at least 95 will compete at the USA National Masters Championships Aug. 2-5 at Benedictine University.



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