All posts tagged "Lynette Werdin"
Calendar puts Kaneville’s rich history on display
KANEVILLE—At last, there is a calendar to commemorate and depict the history of Kaneville. The “Remember When” 2013 calendar marries each month of the year to a piece of Kaneville history.
- Posted October 28, 2012
Apron exhibit at 1840 Farley House
KANEVILLE—Not long ago, aprons were an everyday part of a woman’s apparel as she worked in the kitchen. It’s main purpose was to protect the dress she wore, since she didn’t have too many, and it was...
- Posted December 2, 2011
Letter: Help add some history to Christmas in Kaneville
Aprons, in the past, have been a very important part of work in a kitchen.
- Posted November 23, 2011
Kaneville talks priorities
KANEVILLEâ€”The Prairie Parkway, a proposed and partially funded highway intended to connect Interstates 80 and 88, and the growth of the neighboring villages remain two of the biggest concerns Kaneville residents have about the village's future.
- Posted August 21, 2009
Werdins share World War II memories of Kaneville
On Sunday afternoon, Dec. 7, 1941, Kaneville resident Lynette Werdin was helping with lunch dishes and listening to music on the radio.
- Posted May 29, 2009