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Sycamore Library BBQ Dinner

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DeKalb County Job Fair

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Fox Valley SCORE Chapter

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Stage Coach Players Presents:

This January, Stage Coach Players will be performing Wicked, Hamilton and The Book of Mormon.  That sounds incredible doesn’t it, and wouldn’t it be great to see those great musicals at Stage Coach Theatre?  Unfortunately none of those shows will be performed in their entirety but songs from each along with two dozen others WILL be performed during Stage Coach Players’ Taking On Broadway.

 

Taking On Broadway is a cabaret featuring songs from musicals that have yet to grace the Stage Coach stage.  Show dates are January 18 – 20 with the cabaret directed by Nika Morton, Cortney Jo Newby and Sara Pajor with accompanists Tyler Kielb, Heather Krupa and Abi Mogge.  The trio of Morton, Newby and Pajor directed last years’ cabaret Tangled In Tinsel.

 

In addition to Morton, Newby and Pajor, the cast includes Nick Bantz-Beaty, Shannon Becker, Steve Becker, Natalie Boone, Deb Brubaker, Terri Crain Goodman, Elenia Dokos, Scotty Fleetwood, Leigh Foulk, Bryan Fowler, Kevin Gum, Jeff Hall, Jon Hawkins, Mary Hawkins, Jeff Heider, Heather Heinrich, Paula Howlett, Dorcas Keating, Edward Keating, Gregor King, Jan Lam, Karissa Lam, Grace Leopardo, Kristin Madden, Jisela Marquez, Ryan Morton, Sarah Morton, Gracie Pincombe, Hillary Rutten, Piper Schiola Williams, Bernie Schuneman, Hannah Squires, Josie Squires, Melissa Squires, Renee Tracy, Dave Watson and Hannah Wood.

 

A fund-raiser for Stage Coach, Taking On Broadway is an original show with songs chosen to fit the voices and strengths of the cast members.  The show features over 44 songs from over 40 shows that have never been performed by Stage Coach in its 72 seasons in DeKalb.  Some are recent Broadway smashes, while others are community theatre standards that have simply not graced its stage.  In addition, the show will highlight songs from the 2019 season at Stage Coach.

 

Performances for Taking On Broadway are January 18th and 19th with a curtain time of 7:30, along with a Sunday matinee on January 20th with a curtain time of 2:00.  Tickets are $20 each or $18 for seniors and children age 13 and under.  To purchase tickets, visit our online website at www.stagecoachers.com.  You can also call the Stage Coach box office which opens Sunday, January 13th.  The phone number is 815-758-1940.

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Northern Rehab Physical Therapy Specialists’ Strength and Stability Class!

DEKALB-GENOA-SYCAMORE AREA – Start the New Year off right and consider joining Northern Rehab Physical Therapy Specialists’ Strength and Stability Class! These classes focus on balance activities to improve balance, flexibility, strength, prevent falls, enhance energy levels, increase confidence of performing daily activities, and more.  Participants can expect to have an interactive and fun workout experience! Please be sure to speak to your physician before beginning any exercise program.

Strength and Stability classes are offered at various locations and times. Our main clinic located at 3266 Sycamore Road in DeKalb offers three different meeting times: Monday/Wednesday from 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm, Tuesday/Thursday from 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm, or Tuesday/Thursday from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm.  Classes are also available at our Genoa location at 540 E. Main Street meeting on Tuesday/Thursday from 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm and at our Sandwich location at 523 E. Railroad Street in Sandwich which meets on Tuesday/Thursday from 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm.

These classes run for 5 weeks and include 10 sessions. Sessions repeat every 5 weeks with the opportunity to renew enrollment each session. The next session begins the week of January 7, 2019. Space is limited and classes fill quickly, so please contact us at 815.756.8524 or stop in at any office to inquire about availability and to register. Class fees are $60.00 for 10 sessions. More information can be found on our web site at: www.northernrehabpt.com or by calling 815.756.8524. Be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google +. We can help you regain your freedom to move!

 

 

Deb Loitz

Director of Community Relations

Northern Rehab Physical Therapy Specialists

815.756.8524

Deb@northernrehabpt.com

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Northern Rehab Delivers Donated Items to Sycamore United Methodist Church Coat Ministry

Northern Rehab Physical Therapy Specialists held their annual community collection of winter coats and accessories for the Sycamore United Methodist Church (SUMC) Coat Ministry. A very large donation of coats, boots, scarves, hats and mittens were recently delivered. “We are so glad to partner with the SUMC Coat Ministry each year. This was our most successful drive to date. We dropped off donations four times during the drive and are very thankful to our community for so many coats and winter items that were donated! We must have had over 150 coats or more plus a lot of mittens, scarves, hats and boots. Northern Rehab strives to support the needs in our community and enjoys hosting this coat drive in order to help keep those in need warm each winter,” comments Northern Rehab’s Director of Community Relations Deb Loitz.

Pictured here (left to right) are SUMC Coat Ministry Co-Chairs Jim Fisher and Mary Ann Warman, with Northern Rehab’s Deb Loitz. Mary Ann expressed, “We are so thankful to Northern Rehab for hosting the drive each year, and to the many area residents who generously donated coats and winter items. It really makes a difference to have a good selection of men, women, and children’s coats for the families in need in our community to stay warm and dry this winter!”

The SUMC Coat Ministry is open every Monday from 12:00 noon to 4:00 pm during Food Pantry hours at the church located at 160 Johnson Avenue in Sycamore. For more information about Sycamore United Methodist Church, the Coat Ministry, Food Pantry, or other information, please visit their web site at: www.sycamoreumc.org or call 815.895.9113.

Northern Rehab extends our gratitude to all of the community members that generously donated winter items in support of the SUMC Coat Ministry. For additional information about Northern Rehab, voted DeKalb County’s Finest Best Physical Therapists seven years in a row, please call 815.756.8524, visit www.northernrehabpt.com, and follow Northern Rehab on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Google +.

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Posted by: sycamorechamberofcommerce | November 27, 2018

Stage Coach presents – A Christmas Chaos

Stage Coach Players invites you to spend a portion of your holiday when they present the spoof, A Christmas Chaos by Michael Wehrli.  Chaos is the name of the game in this take on A Christmas Carol when a travelling theatre troupe doesn’t arrive to perform its rousing version of the Charles Dickens classic, so Stage Coach Theatre must quickly put together their own rendition.

Gloria Dennison directs A Christmas Chaos, the first show she’s directed since Monty Python’s Spamalot in 2015.  The cast features Todd Pope as Scrooge (Gilligan’s Island: The Musical), Roberta Maxfield (A Christmas Carol: The Musical), Wendy Tritt (California Suite), and Sue Mullins in her first production with Stage Coach Players.

Rounding out the cast are Deb Brubaker, Terri Goodman, Teresa Haish, Kathy Hewitt, John Linderoth, Abbey Lippert, Ephraim Ndicu, Joseph Pontarelli, Christian Romero, Sarah Romero, Piper Schiola-Williams, Aaron Schyver, Jessica Seipp, Brad Shortridge, Riley Shortridge, Vincent Virtue, Olivia Woodruff and
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In years past, Stage Coach has produced A Charlie Brown ChristmasMiracle on 34th Street and of course A Christmas Carol.  This year Stage Coach chose a lesser known holiday play.  When asked what drew her to this show, Dennison said that the play, “Brings together my wacky sense of humor and my love of the holidays.”

And A Christmas Chaos is wacky.  They must put together in just a few hours a presentable version of A Christmas Carol using anything and everything they can find for the set, the props and costumes.  This leads the theatre to use their imaginations.  Dennison added that “The cast has surprised me by the consistent use of their collect imaginations.”

Abbey Lippert, who plays Fred, among other characters said rehearsing for the play helped her get into the holiday spirit.  “Being in this show has made it a lot easier for me to get the good vibes started.  I usually find it hard to get into the holidays until we get the first big snow.”

Performances for A Christmas Chaos are November 29th through November 31st and December 6th through December 8th with a curtain time of 7:30, along with Sunday matinees on December 1st and 7th with a curtain time of 2:00.  Tickets are $15 each or $13 for seniors and children age 13 and under.  To purchase tickets, visit our online website at www.stagecoachers.com.  You can also call the Stage Coach box office which opens Sunday, November 24th.  The phone number is 815-758-1940.

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