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  • Dale and Doris Chatfield of Aurora were recognized for 73 years of marriage by the state of Illinois and Chicago-Gary Diocese for World Wide Marriage Encounter on Friday at Alden Gardens of Waterford assisted living.

       Dale and Doris Chatfield of Aurora were recognized for 73 years of marriage by the state of Illinois and Chicago-Gary Diocese for World Wide Marriage Encounter on Friday at Alden Gardens of Waterford assisted living.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • Dale and Doris Chatfield of Aurora, left, are honored for being Illinois' longest-married couple by Kathy and Lloyd Christensen, executive couple with Chicago-Gary Diocese for World Wide Marriage Encounter on Friday at Alden Gardens of Waterford assisted living. This year the couple will be married 74 years.

       Dale and Doris Chatfield of Aurora, left, are honored for being Illinois' longest-married couple by Kathy and Lloyd Christensen, executive couple with Chicago-Gary Diocese for World Wide Marriage Encounter on Friday at Alden Gardens of Waterford assisted living. This year the couple will be married 74 years.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • Mundelein first-grader Jack Czapla, 6, of Mundelein is fighting leukemia and was named the Leukemia and Lymphoma Association Boy of the Year for 2012. Here with beads nurses gave him while he was in the hospital.

       Mundelein first-grader Jack Czapla, 6, of Mundelein is fighting leukemia and was named the Leukemia and Lymphoma Association Boy of the Year for 2012. Here with beads nurses gave him while he was in the hospital.
    George Leclaire | Staff Photographer

  • Hawthorn Elementary North students 9-year-old Yasmin Makos, left, and 8-year-old Deborah Damianov watch the Vernon Hills High School production of "Sideways Stories from Wayside School" during a winter matinee Friday in Vernon Hills.

       Hawthorn Elementary North students 9-year-old Yasmin Makos, left, and 8-year-old Deborah Damianov watch the Vernon Hills High School production of "Sideways Stories from Wayside School" during a winter matinee Friday in Vernon Hills.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Vernon Hills High School senior Maggie Gorski, left, plays the roll of Mrs. Gorf and sophomore Chelsea de Lara plays the roll of Bebe during a winter matinee of their play "Sideways Stories from Wayside School" for 3-5 graders from Hawthorn Elementary North Friday in Vernon Hills.

       Vernon Hills High School senior Maggie Gorski, left, plays the roll of Mrs. Gorf and sophomore Chelsea de Lara plays the roll of Bebe during a winter matinee of their play "Sideways Stories from Wayside School" for 3-5 graders from Hawthorn Elementary North Friday in Vernon Hills.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Ryan Phoenix, 5, of Mundelein watches a train pass as the North Central O Guagers railroad club holds a showing of its layout at the Fremont Public Library in Mundelein Saturday.

       Ryan Phoenix, 5, of Mundelein watches a train pass as the North Central O Guagers railroad club holds a showing of its layout at the Fremont Public Library in Mundelein Saturday.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • Huntley junior Julia Tlapek performs with her teammates in the 3A hip hop division at the HD Jacobs/TDI Lovin' It regional contest & TDC Midwest Championship in Algonquin on Saturday, February 11.

       Huntley junior Julia Tlapek performs with her teammates in the 3A hip hop division at the HD Jacobs/TDI Lovin' It regional contest & TDC Midwest Championship in Algonquin on Saturday, February 11.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Glen Ellyn firefighters John Martin and Warren Rickert congratulate themselves after climbing the 31 stairs in full equipment at the Greater Chicago Fight For Air Climb at the Oakbrook Terrace Tower.

       Glen Ellyn firefighters John Martin and Warren Rickert congratulate themselves after climbing the 31 stairs in full equipment at the Greater Chicago Fight For Air Climb at the Oakbrook Terrace Tower.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Art and Helen Polich kiss to seal their vows Tuesday at the Victory Centre of Barlett. The couple first married on April 15, 1950, and now live at the supportive living facility. They renewed their vows after 62 years, on Valentine's Day.

       Art and Helen Polich kiss to seal their vows Tuesday at the Victory Centre of Barlett. The couple first married on April 15, 1950, and now live at the supportive living facility. They renewed their vows after 62 years, on Valentine's Day.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Reco Capparelli uses an ipad during his speech therapy with speech pathologist Nicole MacKinnon.

       Reco Capparelli uses an ipad during his speech therapy with speech pathologist Nicole MacKinnon.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Mike Gianatasio Recreation Program Manager at the Lisle Park District gives Martin Bandzoumouna, 12, of Lisle a high-five at the after-school program at Schiesher School in Lisle Wednesday. Gianatasio is credited for doubling the enrollment of the "No Name Teen Camp."

       Mike Gianatasio Recreation Program Manager at the Lisle Park District gives Martin Bandzoumouna, 12, of Lisle a high-five at the after-school program at Schiesher School in Lisle Wednesday. Gianatasio is credited for doubling the enrollment of the "No Name Teen Camp."
    Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

  • 5th-grader Madison Overly has to dribble a basketball with one hand while scooping up jacks with the other as kids at Martin Elementary School in Lake in the Hills take part in Hoops for Hearts Thursday. Hoops For Heart is a national fundraising program that promotes physical activity, heart healthy living, and community service to children.

       5th-grader Madison Overly has to dribble a basketball with one hand while scooping up jacks with the other as kids at Martin Elementary School in Lake in the Hills take part in Hoops for Hearts Thursday. Hoops For Heart is a national fundraising program that promotes physical activity, heart healthy living, and community service to children.
    Rick West | Staff Photographer

 

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