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  • Laurie Evans of Elmhurst celebrates having her head shaved by Karen Monaco, during a St. Baldrick's fundraiser at Evergreen School in Carol Stream, for second grader Jack O'Donoghue who has Burkitt's lymphoma, a non Hodgkin's cancer of the lymphatic system, Sunday.

       Laurie Evans of Elmhurst celebrates having her head shaved by Karen Monaco, during a St. Baldrick's fundraiser at Evergreen School in Carol Stream, for second grader Jack O'Donoghue who has Burkitt's lymphoma, a non Hodgkin's cancer of the lymphatic system, Sunday.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Images from the Vernon Hills vs. Montini Class 3A state girls basketball championship game at Redbird Arena on Saturday, March 3 in Normal.

       Images from the Vernon Hills vs. Montini Class 3A state girls basketball championship game at Redbird Arena on Saturday, March 3 in Normal.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Jack O'Donoghue helps Anna Sarnelli shave the head of his godfather Steve Bisbikis, during a St. Baldrick's fundraiser at Evergreen School in Carol Stream for him. Jack has Lymphoma, a non Hodgkin's cancer of the lymphatic system, Sunday.

       Jack O'Donoghue helps Anna Sarnelli shave the head of his godfather Steve Bisbikis, during a St. Baldrick's fundraiser at Evergreen School in Carol Stream for him. Jack has Lymphoma, a non Hodgkin's cancer of the lymphatic system, Sunday.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Cook County Sheriff's representatives, Mike Lund, left, his son, Michael, and Margaret Anderson celebrate after jumping in the cold water during the Law Enforcement Torch Run Polar Plunge 2012 Sunday at Twin Lakes Recreation Area in Palatine. The law enforcement group known as the "Copsicles" helped raise money for Special Olympics Illinois Suburban Cook/Area 18.

       Cook County Sheriff's representatives, Mike Lund, left, his son, Michael, and Margaret Anderson celebrate after jumping in the cold water during the Law Enforcement Torch Run Polar Plunge 2012 Sunday at Twin Lakes Recreation Area in Palatine. The law enforcement group known as the "Copsicles" helped raise money for Special Olympics Illinois Suburban Cook/Area 18.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • A group of students from High School District 211 work together to complete a puzzle with the pieces placed upside down during a new leadership event held at the Wojcik Conference Center in Palatine Thursday.

       A group of students from High School District 211 work together to complete a puzzle with the pieces placed upside down during a new leadership event held at the Wojcik Conference Center in Palatine Thursday.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • Andrew Johnson, 23, of Bartlett has been named the new Master Model Builder of Legoland Discovery Center Chicago after competing for the job against seven other finalists.

       Andrew Johnson, 23, of Bartlett has been named the new Master Model Builder of Legoland Discovery Center Chicago after competing for the job against seven other finalists.
    Rick West | Staff Photographer

  • A Tai Chi program is offered on Thursdays at the Ela Township Community Center in Lake Zurich. Tai Chi was developed in China and is often referred to as "moving meditation". From left Barb Henkel, instructor Sylvester Marshall, Patty Zychowski and Jim Zychowski participate in the program at the center which recently relocated to Surryse Road in Lake Zurich.

       A Tai Chi program is offered on Thursdays at the Ela Township Community Center in Lake Zurich. Tai Chi was developed in China and is often referred to as "moving meditation". From left Barb Henkel, instructor Sylvester Marshall, Patty Zychowski and Jim Zychowski participate in the program at the center which recently relocated to Surryse Road in Lake Zurich.
    Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • Frank Spencer of Des Plaines is dragged 30-feet by a 20-foot-wide kite as he attempts power kiting at Melas Park in Mount Prospect on Tuesday, March 6th. The $500 kite is owned by Spencer's friend Tom Zajkowski of Des Plaines who said the idea of the sport is to get off the ground.

       Frank Spencer of Des Plaines is dragged 30-feet by a 20-foot-wide kite as he attempts power kiting at Melas Park in Mount Prospect on Tuesday, March 6th. The $500 kite is owned by Spencer's friend Tom Zajkowski of Des Plaines who said the idea of the sport is to get off the ground.
    George Leclaire | Staff Photographer

  • Frank Spencer of Des Plaines is dragged 30-feet by a 20-foot-wide kite as he attempts power kiting at Melas Park in Mount Prospect on Tuesday, March 6th. The $500 kite is owned by Spencer's friend Tom Zajkowski of Des Plaines who said the idea of the sport is to get off the ground.

       Frank Spencer of Des Plaines is dragged 30-feet by a 20-foot-wide kite as he attempts power kiting at Melas Park in Mount Prospect on Tuesday, March 6th. The $500 kite is owned by Spencer's friend Tom Zajkowski of Des Plaines who said the idea of the sport is to get off the ground.
    George Leclaire | Staff Photographer

  • Frank Spencer, left, and Tom Zajkowski both of Des Plaines fly a 20-foot-wide kite at Melas Park in Mount Prospect on Tuesday, March 6th. Zajkowski who owns the $500 kite said, "I've been lifted 20-feet in the air, the idea of the sport is to get off the ground".

       Frank Spencer, left, and Tom Zajkowski both of Des Plaines fly a 20-foot-wide kite at Melas Park in Mount Prospect on Tuesday, March 6th. Zajkowski who owns the $500 kite said, "I've been lifted 20-feet in the air, the idea of the sport is to get off the ground".
    George Leclaire | Staff Photographer

  • Grayslake resident Ken Haney paddles his way against high winds Tuesday as he enjoys the warm weather by fishing on a pond in Prairie Crossing.

       Grayslake resident Ken Haney paddles his way against high winds Tuesday as he enjoys the warm weather by fishing on a pond in Prairie Crossing.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Laurie Evans of Elmhurst celebrates having her head shaved by Karen Monaco, during a St. Baldrick's fundraiser at Evergreen School in Carol Stream, for second grader Jack O'Donoghue who has Burkitt's lymphoma, a non Hodgkin's cancer of the lymphatic system, Sunday.

       Laurie Evans of Elmhurst celebrates having her head shaved by Karen Monaco, during a St. Baldrick's fundraiser at Evergreen School in Carol Stream, for second grader Jack O'Donoghue who has Burkitt's lymphoma, a non Hodgkin's cancer of the lymphatic system, Sunday.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

 
 

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