THE NILES TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1961
This is hysterical. Better use the bathroom before watching. Please click on:
Scottish voice activated elevator
This is the most fantastic panoramic collection of Chicago views I have ever seen. Sent to us by Chuck Scharf. You can zoom around like you are in a helicopter. Please click on CHICAGO
This is why I love Southwest Airlines. Click on PRE FLIGHT BRIEFING
For all of you golfers here is a new approach to your short game, specifically pitching. Please click on: How not to pitch
Bev Duffey Altes sent this in and, although I have seen versions of it before, I still get a chuckle from watching it. Please click on:
Age Activated Attention deficit Disorder
This link to You Tube shows an 18 year old interviewing himself 38 years later. A very clever piece of work. I hope you enjoy it.
Please click on: Then and Now
Some of the attendees at our NTHS class of '61 20th Reunion sent in by Steve Elkins
Janis, Michael F. Feb 7, 1943 - Jan 14, 2017 Age 73 years of Omaha. Survived by his wife of 52 years, Virginia; daughters: Patricia (Tony) Cody, Teresa Janis; granddaughter, Paige Cody; brothers: Robert (Donna) Janis, Chris (Debbie) Janis; sister, Geri (Bob) Birr; sister-in-law, Jeannie (Ron) Hauptman; brothers-in-law: Cork (Diane) Adkins, Steve (Roxanne) Adkins; many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends CELEBRATION OF MICHAEL'S LIFE: Friday, Jan. 20, 2017, at 11am, with family receiving friends one hour prior to the service, all at St. Paul's Lutheran Church (13271 Millard Ave.) In lieu of flowers, memorials to the church. To leave a condolence, visit www.bramanmortuary.co or www.memorialwebsites.legacy.com/MikeJanis/homepage.aspx BRAMAN MORTUARY Southwest Chapel 6505 S. 144 St. 402-895-3400

A fantastic site that tells the story of Niles township high school and Niles center from Sandi Schoene Metzinger. Click on: NTHS 
Some tips from our newspaper in the valley to improve eating and drinking habits.
*Drink more water. After a full night's sleep, not consuming water for 8 hours, it's not uncommon waking up dehydrated. Then we have coffee or tea which are diruretics along with any medications and we become prunes. 64 ounces is tough to do every day but start the morning with an 8 oz. glass of warm water and move on from there.
*Eat more fiber. Helps digestion, lowers LDL cholesterol, slows the rate at which sugar is absorbed in the bloodstream. Choose fibrous fruits and vegetables, including celery, Brussel sprouts, corn, cucumbers, apples and citrus fruits. TIP*** reorganize your refrigerator taking the fruit out of the crisper drawer and placing it on the top shelf. This way it is the first thing you see when you raid the fridge.
Have a happy and healthy 2017.
*A final tip. Change your wine drinking habits. 
a. pour the wine while the glass is on the table rather than in your hand.
b. use a glass that doesn't match the wine color. Studies find that using a clear glass for wine encourages 9 percent more consumption than if you use a colored or opaque glass.

A followup to the above article from Karen Stryker Boyesen.
This is a great start, Keith! To take it a step further (take it or leave it) the water should be clean, filtered, or alkaline. It helps to put fresh squeezed organic lemon in it (morning and night) as this helps to alkalize the body. Organic green tea has amazing health benefits and can be consumed all day long. If you are battling a health issue. 80% of what you eat should be the good vegetables, especially the dark green leafy ones, beets, etc. All should be organic as the GMO foods cause more harm than good. One of the first things that has to go is ‘white’ – flour, sugar, potatoes, etc. and no wheat.
This is a rich man's version of hoarding. Sent by Denny Crosby please click on DREAM HOUSE