College of Dupage, Baby Safety, Houby Day Parade and the Czech-American Community

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Frank Fontana with College of Dupage Interior Design team. (David Miranda)

College of Dupage/Interior Design Degree/Assistant Professor, Jane Kielb  

The Interior Design program at College of DuPage offers an Associate in Applied Science degree and four certificates. Including drafting, computer technologies, space planning, construction details, code and life-safety issues, visualizing and rendering design concepts.

Allison Schutz & Sara Venecek- Earned first place during a recent design charrette sponsored by the Illinois chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers.

Sheri Bolton-  Is still pinching herself about her experience as a White house decorator.

Mariella Sanchez- Decided to pursue a degree in Interior Design.  She spent her internship at Studio 41 and was the thriving company’s first intern.

Baby Care Safety- Allan Coviello, CEO of TADgreen Inc./e-cloth

One of the biggest culprits is chemical cleaners; which you actually don’t need to get a 99% bacteria free surface. Al Coveillo of chemical free cleaning giant e-cloth talks about their new line called Baby Care and how we can keep our kids safe and healthy and still have a sparkling clean house.

Theodore J.”Teddy” Polashek/  President: Chicagoland Czech-American Community Center 

Houby Day Parade- The Chicagoland Czech-American  Community Center  helps keep the ethic tradition of Houby Day.                                                       


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