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Week Thirty-six: Amanda Kasper

List five things about your hometown that you wouldn’t trade for the world.  “Everybody has to leave, everybody has to leave their home and come back so they can love it again for all new reasons.” My hometown is fairly large. It’s a Northwest Suburb of Chicago. Eight years ago, my high school had 4,419 … Continue reading

Week Thirty-six: Kathy Benson

List five things about your hometown that you wouldn’t trade for the world I was born and raised in Evanston, Illinois. It is the first suburb north of Chicago and borders the “North Shore” of Lake Michigan in our state. Evanston is home to Northwestern University, as well as many other wonderful schools, restaurants, parks, … Continue reading

Week Thirty-six: Brian B. Baker

List five things about your hometown that you wouldn’t trade for the world I can trace who I’ve been in my life through the places I’ve lived. I grew up mostly in Utah and Wyoming with stints in California and currently in Nevada. These places have many memories: the food, sometimes it was the people … Continue reading

Week Thirty-six: Bridget Scoville

List five things about your hometown that you wouldn’t trade for the world I grew up in a small town. Well, it is technically classified as a Village. Total population was listed as just over 5200 people most of the time I lived there. Up until high school, my hometown had 1 stoplight, 1 pharmacy, … Continue reading