The North Shore Exchange will offer designer women’s clothing and accessories, as well as home furnishings and décor.
A new upscale resale shop, the North Shore Exchange (NSE), is set to open in downtown Glencoe on March 5, in the former location of the Glen Cote Thrift Shop. The building is owned by the Glencoe Women’s Library Club. All of the NSE’s profits will go to charities and non-profits, with one-third staying in the community and the other two-thirds going to programs that serve needy children and families in the Chicagoland area. “The [Glen Cote] thrift shop had really gone downhill in the last six to 10 years,” said Wendy Serrino, president of the North Shore Exchange board. “The Women’s Library Club didn’t know what to do with it.” For more local businesses stories, sign up for the Winnetka-Glencoe Patch's free newsletter. A member of the …
A joint study by the two chambers is recommending the formation of the Winnetka-Northfield Chamber of Commerce.
- Sara Fay
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
A public library district, a high school, a zip code and soon, a chamber of commerce. The Winnetka and Northfield Chambers of Commerce plan to merge in the near future, adding to the list of community resources the two villages share. A joint committee released a study to chamber members last week detailing the merger, ending with a strong recommendation to proceed. Both chambers voted independently to explore the option in March. Members of the Winnetka chamber were invited to weigh in on the recommendation at a meeting Tuesday morning. "In the community, there's already a view that Winnetka and Northfield are joined at the hip," said Andy Bulluck, past president of the Winnetka chamber and member of the Joint Feasability Study Committee…