Newsmakers: Lake Forest High School’s Gattari earns spot on Top Prospect List
Updated: September 3, 2012 6:12AM
Gattari earns spot on Top Prospect List
The Ray Guy/ProKicker.com Kicking Academy announced that Kyle Gattari of Lake Forest High School has been named to its Top Prospect List.
Gattari was one of thousands of high school athletes who attended the Ray Guy/ProKicker.com Kicking Academy, which is held annually in over 50 cities across the nation. The Academy provides individual instruction to kicking, punting, and long-snapping prospects.
Gattari’s scores and profile can be found at ProKicker.com, along with complete rankings.
Hearing aid clinic opens in LF
Omron Healthcare, Inc. opened its first hearing aid clinic in Lake Forest.
The clinic is open to the public Monday through Friday by appointment. The clinic is located behind the Lake Forest Graduate School of Business off Route 60, just east of the I-94 tollway in the Conway Office Park, at 1925 W. Field Court in Lake Forest.
For more information go to www.GOhearClinic.com.
League needs voter registrars
Join the League of Women Voters-Lake Forest/Lake Bluff Area to become a voter registrar. The Lake County Clerk’s office is holding its final deputy registrar training opportunities for the Nov. 6 election.
All citizens of voting age who subscribe to the purpose and policy of the League are eligible for membership. Local league membership automatically enrolls a member in the national, state, and county leagues.
If you have any questions about membership or voter registration, please email contact@LWV-LFLB.ORG.
Morse to introduce new books
Lake Bluff author, journalist, and real estate agent Julie Morse will be speaking about and signing copies of her new creative nonfiction book, “Out-of-the-Box: the Mostly True Story of a Mysterious Man,” at the Lake Forest Bookstore, 680 N. Western Avenue, on Aug. 17, starting at 7 p.m.
Her book tells the story of Chicagoan Bob Harris, a globe-trotting salesman and adventurer who, at the age of 80, still travels the world looking for customers, adventure and intrigue.
A second book-signing event supporting several charities will be held Sunday, Aug. 9 from 4 p.m.-7 p.m. at the Re-invent Gallery, 202 E. Wisconsin Ave., Lake Forest. Morse will be signing copies of her new children’s book, “When Billy Went Bald,” an upbeat and factual story inspired by the experiences of Morse’s son/co-author, who had cancer when he was five. Attendance at the Re-invent book-signing party requires reservations. RSVP by August 16 to Julie@juliecmorse.com.