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  • Nick Gaines, who took second place in the District U46 talent show, sings "Not Over You," by Gavin Degraw, at Bartlett High School's Activities and Organization Recognition Assembly.

       Nick Gaines, who took second place in the District U46 talent show, sings "Not Over You," by Gavin Degraw, at Bartlett High School's Activities and Organization Recognition Assembly.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Stoyan Kovatchev of Lake Zurich learns to hula as the Barefoot Hawaiin Dancers perform at the Ela Area Public Library in Lake Zurich Saturday.

       Stoyan Kovatchev of Lake Zurich learns to hula as the Barefoot Hawaiin Dancers perform at the Ela Area Public Library in Lake Zurich Saturday.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • Commanders James Schreiner of Antioch, left, and John Willard of Wadsworth, of the Knights of Columbus Bishop William Quarter Assembly, flank Francis Cardinal George during the processional at St. Joseph Church in Round Lake, on the parish's 100th anniversary Saturday.

       Commanders James Schreiner of Antioch, left, and John Willard of Wadsworth, of the Knights of Columbus Bishop William Quarter Assembly, flank Francis Cardinal George during the processional at St. Joseph Church in Round Lake, on the parish's 100th anniversary Saturday.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • Michael Lington and his saxophone raise the roof as he plays the song Playtime from his new album Pure for the packed house at Schaumburg's Prairie Center on Saturday.

       Michael Lington and his saxophone raise the roof as he plays the song Playtime from his new album Pure for the packed house at Schaumburg's Prairie Center on Saturday.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Joe Wyatt, 4, of Lombard plays in the bounce house at the Take Time for Tots Day at Sunset Knoll Recreation Center in Lombard Saturday. Well over 200 people took part in this event. It offered a bounce house, story telling, and much more for children.

       Joe Wyatt, 4, of Lombard plays in the bounce house at the Take Time for Tots Day at Sunset Knoll Recreation Center in Lombard Saturday. Well over 200 people took part in this event. It offered a bounce house, story telling, and much more for children.
    Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

  • Aidan Kikta, 6, of Romeoville, enjoys holding a ceramic fish, during Cantigny Park's third Ceramic Arts Show.

       Aidan Kikta, 6, of Romeoville, enjoys holding a ceramic fish, during Cantigny Park's third Ceramic Arts Show.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Flames shoot through the roof of a house at 1S435 Sunnybrook Lane in an unincorporated area near Glen Ellyn on Tuesday.

       Flames shoot through the roof of a house at 1S435 Sunnybrook Lane in an unincorporated area near Glen Ellyn on Tuesday.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • Conant junior Troy Piccinini, 16, continues to workout, despite having had 3 concussions, and fully intends to play football in the fall.

       Conant junior Troy Piccinini, 16, continues to workout, despite having had 3 concussions, and fully intends to play football in the fall.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Bob Knox of North Barrington holds Louis, one of a pair of swans that were returned to Schaumburg's Village Hall pond on Wednesday.

       Bob Knox of North Barrington holds Louis, one of a pair of swans that were returned to Schaumburg's Village Hall pond on Wednesday.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • The Beast, played by Bill Roberts, during the production of "The Tale of Beauty and the Beast" Thursday by The Neighborhood Players at Robert W. Rolek Community Center in Round Lake.

       The Beast, played by Bill Roberts, during the production of "The Tale of Beauty and the Beast" Thursday by The Neighborhood Players at Robert W. Rolek Community Center in Round Lake.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Five-year-olds Leah Kim, left, and Morgan Jacobson, both of Mundelein, dress as princesses as they watch the production of "The Tale of Beauty and the Beast" Thursday by The Neighborhood Players at Robert W. Rolek Community Center in Round Lake.

       Five-year-olds Leah Kim, left, and Morgan Jacobson, both of Mundelein, dress as princesses as they watch the production of "The Tale of Beauty and the Beast" Thursday by The Neighborhood Players at Robert W. Rolek Community Center in Round Lake.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

 
 

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