OAK PARK, IL — Village Manager Cara Pavlicek announced today that she has selected Oak Park Police veteran Anthony Ambrose as the new Chief of Police.
Ambrose, who has served as Deputy Police Chief since 2005, will succeed Rick C. Tanksley who announced last week that he will retire on Sept. 1 after nearly 33 years on the force.
“Tony Ambrose brings more than 30 years of law enforcement experience with Oak Park to this position at a time when I believe continuity and hands-on knowledge of the Police Department is critical,” Pavlicek said. “Tony has an established working relationship with community groups and citizens, which makes him the ideal candidate to be our new chief.”
Pavlicek noted that Ambrose’s promotion to Chief also will mean a door will open for additional promotions to senior command positions within the organization, which will advance long-term succession plans in the Oak Park Police Department.
“Creating a succession plan that will allow us to always look first within the organization is as important to me as the fact that Tony’s experience means no operational learning curve. He knows and understands the nuances of the daily law enforcement work of the more than 110 sworn police officers who serve Oak Park. Promoting him to Chief will mean a seamless transfer of leadership responsibilities,” she said.
Sunday - September 18, 2016 - Noon to 3:00pm
Edge Ice Arena Pavilion – 735 E. Jefferson
Come Join Us To Kick Off the Hockey Season!
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Wednesday, July 20th 6:30 pm
Fenwick School Library
Congrats to JV White!
Tommy Lattner to score for JV White!
Thursdays - 5:00 - 6:00 pm – The Edge – John St.
April 7th – May 26th
Please note – the final skate (5/26) will be at Jefferson – West Rink
Fridays – 6:15 – 7:15 pm – Ridgeland Commons
June 17th – Aug. 5th
On Sunday, February 28, in a defensive gem by D-men Nolan Davis, Ben Brown, Mikey Munoz and Alex Georgopulos, Goalie Joe Schmid stopped all 19 shots fired by the visiting Spartans to lead the team into the Hayes Championship Series. Tommy Lattner, on a sweet feed from Nolan Davis, roofed the game winner early in the 2nd Period. Alex Georgopulos, with assists from Ben Cappelli and Sal Siriano, netted one early in the 3rd period to ease the pressure. Late in the game, Cappelli scored unassisted to seal the win!
Fenwick Girls Goalie Frankie Flores Named to 2016 Blackhawk Alumni All Star Team!
Fenwick senior goaltender Frankie Flores was named a member of the 2016 Blackhawk Alumni All Star team by the Chicago Blackhawk Alumni Association!
The team is selected by the league’s varsity coaches and members of the Blackhawk alumni, and is based on outstanding performance throughout the 2015-16 season. Frankie is among a select group of players named to this team: both teams (boys’ and a girls’) consist of three forwards, two defensemen and one goalie.
As a part of this recognition, Frankie will attend the annual Keith Magnuson Scholarship Luncheon where she will be presented an award from the alumni to celebrate her accomplishments as a high school hockey player in Illinois. At the luncheon, she will meet current Blackhawk players and management, former players, past scholarship recipients, and many Chicago business leaders. She is also invited to media day at the United Center to attend a Blackhawk pre-game skate, lunch and tour.
Trent Leslie will continue to be considered for college scholarships in the 2016 National Merit Program. Congratulations to you on this significant achievement!
All-Academic Players have a CUMULATIVE GPA of 3.5 or greater. WELL DONE!!!
Congratulations to Trent Leslie on his Appointment to West Point and Malone Buinauskas on her Appointment to The Naval Academy!!!
Both plan to major in Nuclear Engineering.
All the best to Trent and Malone!!
Congratulations to Trent Leslie and Malone Buinauskas!!!
Congratulations to Mike Powers, Frankie Flores and Maddie Shea on being selected for the 2016 All-State Teams!!
Fenwick Hockey Senior Girls--Senior Night is February 7th @ The Edge @ 7pm.
JV White gets dressed up for special guest, Tony Ambrose, and an 8-3 victory over Lincoln Way.
In June of 2009, the Fenwick Hockey family lost a very special person in Anthony Ambrose. Anthony was always first to support a teammate, crack a joke in the locker room and come to the aid of a friend in need. The Ambrose Scholarship keeps Anthony’s spirit alive by supporting members of the Fenwick Hockey family in need of some assistance.
Senior Night 2016
Senior Lunch 2016
Senior Lunch 2016
JV Black Players Enjoying Some Free Time in Pittsburgh, PA
Cappelli, Brown, Lattner and Leslie stay on their feet against the Spartans.
Fenwick goal by Agnew!
Varsity Team with Fr. Winkels on Teacher Appreciation Night 2015
Nick Cimino and Jeremy Winkiel help toward the 3-1 win against Barrington Sunday night.
Sal Siriano and Will Agnew battling ND behind the net.
Alex Georgopulos and JP Gaffigan go for the puck behind Michael Mack in goal.
Jv Black--Rohrbacher, McGrath and Bertuca
Casey McCormick, JV Black goalie, in action.
Fenwick NHS Inductees--Henry Lorenzini, Malone Buinaskas, and Trent Leslie. CONGRATULATIONS!!!
In an effort to help control inappropriate spectator behavior, the following AHAI rule is effective immediately.
A game will be stopped by on-ice officials when the parents/spectators displaying inappropriate or disruptive behavior interfere with other parents/spectators or the game. The on-ice officials will identify violators to the coaches for the purpose of removing parents/spectators from the parents’/spectators’ viewing and game area. Once removed, play will resume. Lost time will not be replaced. Violators will incur a minimum mandatory 3-game suspension from that team’s games and may be subject to further disciplinary action by the local governing body.
The reasons for this necessary minimum 3-game suspension rule are simple; last season there was a marked increase in parents’/spectators’ behavior being out of control. These behaviors included verbal and physical altercations with officials, players and other spectators. Additionally clubs/teams that have a responsibility to help control and penalize these behaviors were asking for guidance from AHAI.
No matter why a spectator is asked to leave, the minimum suspension is 3 games. There is emphasis on a minimum of 3 games.
Here is how the reporting system works:
An official will file an electronic “Incident Report” detailing the official’s version of the occurrence with the AHAI R&E Committee. The Committee sends the report to the spectator’s club in order for the club to conduct an investigation. Upon completion of the spectator’s club investigation (that should include talking to the accused spectator) the investigating club will report back to the AHAI R&E Committee for final approval of the minimum 3-game suspension or any additional imposed suspension.
This is a very simple rule. Any spectator asked to leave a rink by an official or by the rink personnel will automatically miss a minimum of 3 games. No questions asked.
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