Park Ridge officials consider ways to recognize Hillary Clinton's presidential run

A single granite block, one of 34 surrounding the Campfire Girls fountain at Park Ridge's Hodges Park, remains blank.

The last in a series of engraved "milestones" of Park Ridge history dating back to the first European settlers in the 1830s, the stone was purposely left without text, even though some members of the Park Ridge Heritage Committee, which spearheaded the history project, had an idea of what might eventually go there.

Heinz said recognition of Clinton's accomplishments and her run for president is scheduled for the District 64 school board's Nov. 14 meeting, which will be held at Field School.

"Should she be elected as the 45th president of the United States, we will announce a series of steps that District 64 will be taking to mark this historic accomplishment for Field School and for District 64," Heinz said in an email.

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