St. Patrick’s Day Parade | A fitness center will be named after McGury | State Warriors

St. Patrick’s Day Parade

The Naperville St. Patrick’s Day Parade returns tomorrow after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. The parade starts at the corner of Mill Street and 5and Avenue at 10 a.m. This year, the event, put on by the West Suburban Irish, will celebrate healthcare workers. The Grand Marshal will be Dr. Mark Goodwin, who holds among his many titles the role of Medical Director of the Cardiac Innovations & Structural Heart Center System at Edward Elmhurst Health. NCTV17 will broadcast the event live both on air and online. More information and the full parade route can be found on the Irish West Suburbs website.

The fitness center will be named after McGury

Last night Naperville park district The Board of Commissioners has initiated the formal process to rename the Fort Hill Activity Center Fitness Center to the “Raymond J. McGury Fitness Center“. On Feb. 1, McGury resigned as executive director of the park district after 13 years on the job. Under his leadership, the park district added many new buildings and spaces and earned accreditation from the National Park and Recreation Association. The proposed name change will undergo a mandatory 60-day review before being made official.

Named Pickleball Courts

The council also approved the nomination of future pickleball courts at Border sports complex the “Rothermel family pickleball courts”. The courts were made possible in part by a $100,000 grant from the DuPage Foundation’s Rothermel Family Fund. Construction of the courts will begin this year and should be completed by August 1, 2023.

Warriors head to the state

the warriors hockey club is back in the state championship. The Warriors, made up of players from Waubonsie Valley and Metea Valley, beat the Chicago Romans 1-0 in the semifinals last night. The team advanced to a third straight state title game thanks to a third-period goal from senior Caden Cast to break the tie. The Warriors will face Wheaton West at Edge Ice Arena in Bensenville for the Blackhawk Cup Combined Division Championship on Sunday at 1 p.m.

Summer time

And a little reminder – this weekend we are moving towards Daylight Savings Time, which officially starts this Sunday at 2am. Be sure to put your clock forward one hour.

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