Assault details / Longtime planner honored / Fifth-grader's design on Schneider's card
Police reports from a Thanksgiving Day incident that led to attempted murder charges against 52-year-old Eleonora Prilutsky indicate that there were no incidents leading up to her attack on her husband. Reports say that Prilutsky’s 21-year-old son told police that he was sitting in the dining room when he heard his father yell. Reports say he immediately got up and went to the family room where he observed Mrs. Prilutsky strike his father with a hatchet. The son took the hatchet from Mrs. Prilutsky and summoned police. He also told police that there were no arguments or altercations before the incident.
her husband, Michael Prilutsky, 58, suffered a “severe laceration” to the back
of his head as well as injuries to both wrists.
to police, neither person wanted to talk about the incident with them.
Eleonora Prilutsky was charged with
one count of Homicide Attempt: Other Dangerous Weapons, Aggravated Battery-
Deadly Weapon Other than Firearm or Use of Air Rifle and Aggravated Domestic
According to the Lake County Scanner,
The Fire Department will host a community blood drive of the year in
partnership with Vitalant on Thursday, December 30 from 8:30 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.
in the Buffalo Grove Fire Department Training Room at Fire
Department headquarters, 1051 Highland
Grove Road. Appointments are
advised, but walk-ins are welcome. To schedule a donation appointment, click here.
Kids get to “Shop with Heroes”
The Police and Fire departments,
hosted their fifth annual ‘Shopping with Heroes’ Saturday, Dec. 4 at Target in
Police officers purchased gift
cards for local children in need, thanks to donations from members of the
‘Temple Chai Guys’ and Target.
The holiday shopping event was
coordinated by the Police Social Worker and School Resource Officers, who
selected 19 local children in need due based on personal or financial
Each child received a gift card to
purchase holiday gifts, and volunteer police officers and firefighters spent
approximately two hours shopping with the youth. The children chose an
educational item and gifts for themselves and spent the remainder of their gift
cards on family and loved ones.
Cops plan holiday crackdown
The Police Department is
participating in a statewide impaired driving awareness campaign through Jan.
“Driving impaired under the
influence of alcohol or drugs can have catastrophic consequences and is illegal
in every state,” Lt. Michael Rodriguez says. “Not only do you put yourself at
risk, but you risk the lives of others as well
Police suggest that before heading
to a party, designate a sober driver or plan to use public transportation or a
ride-sharing service to get home safely.
Motorists are urged that if they see an impaired driver on the road,
pull over and call 9-1-1.
This holiday enforcement effort is
made possible by federal traffic safety funds administered by the Illinois
Department of Transportation.
Coat drive benefits veterans
The Police Department is conducting
a coat drive to benefit Midwest Veterans Closet. New and/or gently used winter
coats and seasonal outerwear of all sizes are sought. Items will be distributed
to local veterans and their families. The drop box is located in the Police
Department's lobby at 46 Raupp Blvd. Donations
can be dropped off 24/7 through April 1, 2022.
Fire Department offers CPR classes
The Fire Department is offering monthly
Heartsaver CPR classes for the public starting Thursday, Jan. 20, 2022 at Fire
Department headquarters, 1051 Highland Grove Road. The cost is $50, and a
two-year certificate is provided upon successful completion of the program. Each
class begins at 6:30 p.m. To register,
BG fifth-grader designs Schneider’s
Lucille Holloway, a fifth-grade student
at Prairie Elementary School in Buffalo Grove, designed the winning artwork for
Congressman Brad Schneider’s 2021 office holiday card.
Schneider asked for holiday card
submissions from Tenth District students illustrating the theme “Time
“Lucy’s beautiful artwork shows the many ways we can spend time together this holiday season, especially after the last holiday season spent apart. My hope is that Lucy’s creativity will inspire all of us to come together in health, happiness and peace this holiday season,” Schneider said.
A 10-year-old and 5th grader at Prairie Elementary in Buffalo Grove, Lucy enjoys horseback riding, playing her violin, reading, and of course, creating art in her free time. At school, she is proud to be part of the student government with her favorite subjects being writing and art class.
BG Singers plans auditions
The BG Singers will hold auditions Feb.
1 at the Community Arts Center, 225 McHenry Road in Buffalo Grove. Singers
should prepare a vocal selection that best highlights their talent, and bring
either sheet music (in the key you will sing it) or an accompaniment track on a
device that can be connected to a Bluetooth speaker.
Auditions via Zoom, or other video
conferencing service, will be accommodated on an individual basis.
The choral season begins with
Tuesday evening rehearsals on April 5, with performances scheduled for
September of 2022. Audition slots are limited, and filled on a first come,
first served basis. In order to reserve your preferred audition time, contact
Linda Rosen at (847) 682-4632 or email@example.com.
Here are links to the student
newspapers at Stevenson and Buffalo Grove high schools.
Buffalo Grove High School Charger
Stevenson High School Statesman
Wheeling High School WCAT News: WCAT News
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