Most recent feedback is listed at the top.
Due to an underwhelming response from the invited candidates, the NAHC regrets to advise that we are cancelling the planned October 4 Candidate forum featuring local candidates for the Illinois State Senate and House. … We appreciate your support of our forums and continue to plan the scheduled October 10 US Congressional forum. … We are also planning a full slate of forums in the January – March 2013 timeframe for the April local elections (as well as a possible February Naperville City Council primary). … Thanks for your support of the Confederation. —Bob Fischer, Vice President – Naperville Area Homeowners Confederation, www.napervillehomeowners.com
Wow! What an amazing flow has been created to the “Submit Events” calendar for Positively Naperville’s online presence! —Bonnie Klee, Director, Naperville Men’s Glee Club
Hope this email finds you doing well! I just have produced a new website for my book on the Naperville train wreck. I certainly appreciate the pictures and publicity you have already given to my June 2 Naperville signing at Anderson’s Bookshop. I am hoping that you might be able to use the following press release (edit to your needs) to promote the book’s new website. … Thank you in advance for your continued efforts to promote this book to our Naperville friends and all rail enthusiasts. —Chuck Spinner, The Tragedy at the Loomis Street Crossing
Wonderful! Thanks so much for your help in getting the word out. (Northern Illinois University is hosting a 2012 presidential election speaker series, and the final event is an election wrapup with former speaker of the house J Dennis Hastert and former congressman Bill Lipinski at NIU-Naperville on Nov. 8.) —Paul Palian, Director, Media & Public Relations, Northern Illinois University
You are doing some awesome work! I love the Kindness in Naperville initiative. There are so many kind people out there, if we only look. And, also, congratulations on 12 years, that is noteworthy. —Cindy Dove, Life Coach/Guide/Speaker, www.PurposedLives.com
I visited your web site earlier today and firstly wanted to congratulate you on the appearance, excellent content and accessibility I discovered there. It is not often I come across a web site that offers such a positive user experience and great information too. —Reena Patel
Thank you so much. … We really appreciate your support and thank you for spreading the good word. Have a blessed day! —Kinsey Parker, Community Coordinator, www.turningpointeautismfoundation.org
TO NANCY DAVIS (Featured in Wit & Wisdom) : Hello, NWGA Golfers—Here’s your September 4 NWGA Golf Gazette: … FROM KAREN’S KORNER: It was hot and humid today, and I don’t think anyone expected it. I had a great time with Carlotta, Loretta, and Dorothy. Only fifteen putts, best day of my life! From the Positively Naperville, I cut out articles about Nancy Davis, Judi Ellertson, and Patti Koltes. I hope you got a chance to read them too. —NWGA Golf Gazette
TO NANCY DAVIS (Featured in Wit & Wisdom): So nice to see your smiling faces and words of wisdom in PN! Yours are much more fun than what I remember from my childhood. My mother would say, “Be sure you accomplish at least one thing every day.” My dad, “If you can’t say something nice, don’t say it at all.” —Nancy Pope
CAN YOU ADVISE OF THE 25 LOCATIONS TO PICK UP PN OR CAN I PULL THEM UP ON THE WEBSITE? … ITS A WONDERFUL NEWSPAPER. YOU SHOULD BE CHARGING! SMILE!!!!!! THANK YOU IN ADVANCE. —FRANCES BOWDEN
It was really nice to see you today at the parade. Steve (Hyett) and I had a great time together. I told him it was fun to finally work with the “Voice of the Last Fling.” The parade and “Spotlight on Naperville” keep me involved with NCTV17 and I am truly honored. I told Liz I will always be NCTV17’s #1 fan.
In my new “day job” at the Robert Crown Center for Health Education, our priority this year is the first heroin prevention education initiative of its kind in the country. We are now beginning the pilot phase of this vital project, and we are piloting the initiative at some of the Naperville schools. I applaud you and Positively Naperville for mentioning this public health crisis and I would like to encourage your readers to visit our website for heroin awareness information: www.robertcrown.org. We have been working with a wide variety of groups and legislators in several counties to help reverse this alarming trend. Congresswoman Judy Biggert has been especially attentive, and we were part of the forum she held at North Central College this summer. We believe that the crisis affects everyone and it requires a whole community’s response. Thank you for your efforts.
I also wanted to comment on your extremely timely online updates. I usually attend the Chamber Small Business of the Year awards but was unable to go this year. Because I had so many friends nominated, I was eager to hear who won. Before 8 am on the Saturday afterward, I Googled the awards and Positively Naperville’s entry came up first!
Thanks to your nearly immediate updates, I was able to learn who won. And I see you’ve already got photos from the parade up. Thanks so much for always keeping us updated.
Again, thank you and best wishes to you on Positively Naperville’s 11th Anniversary! —Nancy Wiersum, Chief Marketing & Business Officer, Robert Crown Centers for Health Education
Yeah! Jack is so excited he is published!! —Mary Morrissey