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Procare Family Dental
5700 Dempster St, Morton Grove, IL 60053
Procare Family Dental is a general dentistry practice in Morton Grove. They specialize in bonding, bridges, crowns,More root canals, dentures, oral surgery, implants, veneers and fillings. The practicing dentist at the office is Dr. Perry Danos, a member of the American Dental Association. Call the number provided for more information.
North Shore Center of Dental Health
9350 Waukegan Rd, Morton Grove, IL 60053
North Shore Center of Dental Health is a general dentistry practice in Morton Grove. It specializes in veneer, crown,More bridge, implant, orthodontic, teeth whitening, bonding and root canal services. The practicing dentists at the Center are Dr. Bruce Abdullah, Dr. Ronald Metelka, Dr. Kathy Karalekas and Dr. Chris Baboulas, members of the American Dental Association.
New Age Dental
8930 Waukegan Rd, Morton Grove, IL 60053
New Age Dental is a general dentistry practice in Morton Grove. It specializes in veneer, implant, crown, bridge, rootMore canal, gum therapy, teeth whitening and cleaning services. The practicing dentists at New Age Dental are Koko Papazian, Dwight Simmons and Richie Lerias, all members of the American Dental Association and Chicago Dental Society.
Overhill Park
9345 Overhill Ct, Morton Grove, IL 60053
Overhill Park is located in central Morton Grove. The park features a playground and a small bridge over a dry manmadeMore creek. The playground is particularly sophisticated, featuring complex installations such as toy gears and a clock.
Morton Grove Dental Associates
9133 Waukegan Rd, Morton Grove, IL 60053

Morton Grove Dental Associates is a general dentistry practice specializing in teeth whitening, filling, veneer,More denture, crown, bridge and root canal services.

The practicing dentists at the office are Drs. James Bertini and Paul J. Galdoni, members of the American Dental Association and Illinois State Dental Society.

Bridge View and Challenger Day Schools
6935 W Touhy Ave, Niles, IL 60714

Bridge View and Challenger Day Schools are two special-education schools housed in the same building, just east ofMore the Milwaukee and Touhy intersection. The building is a two-story, brown, brick building that purposely does not have a sign, according to Chris Raspante, executive director/principal. It still bears the sign of its former occupant, Niles Elementary School South.

Students are bussed to the school from all over northern Cook County, as well as Lake County, and only a few live in the Niles area. Therefore, school leaders think of the school as a place for these students to gather in their own learning community, not necessarily a place integrated into the fabric of the Niles community. "It just happens to be in Niles, but not really of Niles," Raspante explained.

The school provides both an academic program and a clinical program, including therapy for the students and for their families. Students' tuition is paid by the school districts in which they reside. 

Morton Grove Chamber of Commerce and Industry
6101 Capulina Ave, Morton Grove, IL 60053
Morton Grove Chamber of Commerce and Industry is a service to business interests in Morton Grove.  The Chamber ofMore Commerce and Industry provides a bridge between governmental administration and the interests of major institutions involved in the local economy.  Additionally, the local Chamber of Commerce provides networking and advertising opportunities to it's members, who are responsible for providing annual dues in exchange for representation through the Chamber.
Clarence E. Culver Elementary School
6901 W Oakton St, Niles, IL 60714

Culver is the sole school in Niles Elementary School District 71, with kindergarten through eighth grade classroomsMore all housed in its building. The district boundaries include the southeast portion of Niles and the western portion of Morton Grove. Students at the school speak at least 20 different languages in their homes. A few are recent immigrants and and take ELL (English Language Learner) classes. 

Culver has a CAD (computer-assisted design) lab, in which students in the upper grades can tackle architectural, technological and engineering design projects, such as bridge-building.

The school's physical education program is in the Illinois Blue Ribbon program.  Its mascot is the Bulldogs. 

Culver students also participate in the arts, giving spring, fall and winter concerts and putting on a play every year in May.