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Bolingbrook Family Chiropractic serves the Will and DuPage counties with chiropractic care related to wellness, family, sports, pediatric and pregnancy. If you are struggling with back pain or any type of joint discomfort, our chiropractors will make the healing process easy and comfortable. Our trained professionals stand out in the chiropractic industry and are very passionate about delivering the best customer service and patient treatment. We strive to have you walking out of our office feeling healthy and more functional than ever before!
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Below is some general information about Lemont:
Lemont is a historic village located in Cook, DuPage, and Will counties in the U.S. state of Illinois, and is roughly 27 miles (43 kilometers) southwest of Chicago. The population was 16,000 at the 2010 census.
Lemont was originally known as Keepataw (after a Potawatomi chief) and a post office was established in 1840 as Keepatau. After that, it was named Athens and then Palmyra. The name Lemont (literally, ‘the mountain’ in French) was chosen in 1850 at the suggestion of Lemuel Brown, the postmaster and justice of the peace, or perhaps by his brother Nathaniel Brown.
Lemont is located at 41 40’8″N 87 59’20″W (41.668784, -87.988845). According to the 2010 census, the village has a total area of 8.35 square miles (21.6-square-kilometers), of which 7.97 square miles (20.6-square-kilometers) (or 95.45%) is land and 0.38 square miles (0.98-square-kilometers) (or 4.55%) is water.
Lemont was featured in the movie Save the Last Dance starring Julia Stiles. The first five minutes of the movie take place in various areas of Lemont. Lemont High School was depicted as Johnson’s white Midwestern high school. Portions of the front of the high school were shown, along with the main staircase inside the school. A Lemont home and flower shop and Theo J. Gorski & Sons Bus Company were also featured in the beginning of the film. Lemont has also been featured in The Hunter (1980), Straight Talk (1992), Evil Has a Face (1996), Children on Their Birthdays (2002), The Poker House (2008), Witless Protection starring Larry the Cable Guy (2008), and Under the Bus (2000). Furthermore, several commercials and a made-for-TV movie, “Enememies” (2006), were filmed in the downtown location. In 2007, Kid Rock filmed a music video for the song “Rock Star” at The Carousel, a Lemont bar that closed in 2007 and later reopened as the Illinois Bar and Grill.
In 2006, the Lemont Little League All-Star team traveled to the 60th Little League World Series in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The team, which represented the Great Lakes region, received 4th place after losing to the Beaverton, Oregon, team and was the only team to beat the champions from Georgia. Upon returning home, the Lemont team received a parade down State Street in honor of their achievements. The BMW Championship (PGA Tour), and the prior Western Open, were held in Lemont between 1991 and 2007, and 2009 to 2011. The tournament was played at Cog Hill Golf & Country Club, which was founded in 1927. In 2008, the girls 11-year-old Lemont Little League All-Star team traveled to Beardstown, Illinois, for the state tournament and won the state title. In 2009, a new group of 11-year-old All-Stars from Lemont won the State Championship for a second consecutive year. The Lemont High School varsity cheerleading team placed first at the IHSA State Championships in the years 2009, 2010, and 2011.
Source: Lemont on Wikipedia