A noble police purpose for former Gliniewicz tribute car
A noble police purpose for former Gliniewicz tribute car This 2002 California Highway Patrol Camaro was intended as a tribute car for the late Fox Lake police Lt. Joe Gliniewicz. It will be auctioned to benefit the family of a Huntley police officer who died of cancer last week. A year ago, Tim Potoczny was top bidder for a tribute police car at an auction benefiting the family of late Fox Lake police Lt. Charles Joseph Gliniewicz because he wanted to honor the fallen hero. Potoczny and his business partner at Sparrow Express Transpo...
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Some intriguing suggestions, but museum name to remain the same
Some intriguing suggestions, but museum name to remain the same VOLO — The offer of a $5,000 prize to suggest a winning replacement for the name of the Volo Auto Museum drew some interesting options. But in the end, the name remains the same, said Brian Grams, director of the Volo Auto Museum at 27582 Volo Village Road, Volo. Last winter, the museum-founding Grams family came up with the contest to try to divine a name more reflective of the museum’s evolution. It’s gone from a gravel-floored shed of jalopies in the 1960s to a spra...
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Cars are not the only attraction at the Volo Auto Museum
Cars are not the only attraction at the Volo Auto Museum The museum is holding a name change contest and will be the subject of a new series on the History Channel. Caption (Candace H.Johnson) By Angela Sykora - firstname.lastname@example.org VOLO – With over 33 exhibits ranging from the evolution of the road trip beginning with the covered wagon, to cars used in Hollywood blockbusters, the Volo Auto Museum is a family destination that continues to fascinate generations. They say their goal isn’t for customers...
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WGN Morning News’ Jeff Hoover & Mike Toomey Rock Rose Parade in Grand Style!
WGN Morning News' very own producer Jeff Hoover and announcer/comedian Mike Toomey represented the show in the 57th Annual Rose Parade in Roselle. The weather was beautiful, but not as stunning as the 1936 Duesenberg they were able to ride in. This gem is one of more than a dozen that can be seen at The Volo Auto Museum in Volo, Illinois. There were only about 500 ever made which is one of the reasons that the Duesenberg is worth millions today. If you are interested in learning more about The Volo Auto Museum, check out their w...