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  • Jesus, played by Martin Carrera, is raised on the cross outside Mission San Juan Diego in Arlington Heights on Good Friday.

       Jesus, played by Martin Carrera, is raised on the cross outside Mission San Juan Diego in Arlington Heights on Good Friday.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • With his grandson, Stefan Smolak, 4, of Palatine, resting on his shoulders, George Smolak of Arlington Heights takes a picture during the live Way of the Cross procession between St. Thomas of Villanova in Palatine and Mission San Juan Diego in Arlington Heights on Good Friday.

       With his grandson, Stefan Smolak, 4, of Palatine, resting on his shoulders, George Smolak of Arlington Heights takes a picture during the live Way of the Cross procession between St. Thomas of Villanova in Palatine and Mission San Juan Diego in Arlington Heights on Good Friday.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • Jack MacRae, naturalist at Willowbrook Wildlife Center in Glen Ellyn, holds out a great plains rat snake for Naomi Argo, 7 to touch as she was visiting the center with her dad Victor Argo of Aurora.

       Jack MacRae, naturalist at Willowbrook Wildlife Center in Glen Ellyn, holds out a great plains rat snake for Naomi Argo, 7 to touch as she was visiting the center with her dad Victor Argo of Aurora.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • 1-year-old Johanna Salgado puts eggs in her basket as she participates in an easter egg hunt at Keith Mione Community Park in Mundelein Friday Morning.

       1-year-old Johanna Salgado puts eggs in her basket as she participates in an easter egg hunt at Keith Mione Community Park in Mundelein Friday Morning.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • 2-year-old Aly Hughes of Round Lake participates in an easter egg hunt at Keith Mione Community Park in Mundelein Friday Morning.

       2-year-old Aly Hughes of Round Lake participates in an easter egg hunt at Keith Mione Community Park in Mundelein Friday Morning.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Aika Elzey, 3, of Round Lake gathers eggs during Saturday's Easter egg hunt at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Grayslake.

       Aika Elzey, 3, of Round Lake gathers eggs during Saturday's Easter egg hunt at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Grayslake.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • Ben Lukes, 4, of Bloomingdale, left, and his friend Maximilian Alvarado, 4, of Itasca, run the bases during the Schaumburg Boomers baseball team open house Saturday.

       Ben Lukes, 4, of Bloomingdale, left, and his friend Maximilian Alvarado, 4, of Itasca, run the bases during the Schaumburg Boomers baseball team open house Saturday.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • Naperville Mayor George Pradel throws out a first pitch, as the Naperville Park District celebrates the grand reopening of its recently renovated Knoch Park, and the opening of Naperville Little League's 60th season.

       Naperville Mayor George Pradel throws out a first pitch, as the Naperville Park District celebrates the grand reopening of its recently renovated Knoch Park, and the opening of Naperville Little League's 60th season.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Lynn Cohick of Wheaton feels the power of the Easter service at the Gary United Methodist Church in Wheaton.

       Lynn Cohick of Wheaton feels the power of the Easter service at the Gary United Methodist Church in Wheaton.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Arthur Stashak of Des Plaines is one of the best young male ballet dancers and is attending Canada's School of Ballet.

       Arthur Stashak of Des Plaines is one of the best young male ballet dancers and is attending Canada's School of Ballet.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Gilbert R. Boucher II / gboucher@dailyheraldFly, a Powderpuff Chinese crested dog, has its tummy scratched by Linda Raphael, of Morton Grove, during the 2nd Annual Dog Show hosted by the Libertyville Senior Center Wednesday at the Libertyville Civic Center. About 25 breeders and their dogs were exhibited at the show.

      Gilbert R. Boucher II / gboucher@dailyheraldFly, a Powderpuff Chinese crested dog, has its tummy scratched by Linda Raphael, of Morton Grove, during the 2nd Annual Dog Show hosted by the Libertyville Senior Center Wednesday at the Libertyville Civic Center. About 25 breeders and their dogs were exhibited at the show.

  • CASA Kane County volunteers Mary Lynn Cali of St. Charles, left, and Peg Showalter of Wayne hold hands with Ginny and Jim Kintz of Geneva at the Hands Around the Courthouse ceremony in the historic Kane County Courthouse in Geneva on Thursday, April 12. The eighth annual event recognizes National Child Abuse Prevention Month. 515 abused and neglected children will be represented at the event. Jim Kintz is on the board of directors of the Fox Valley Court Watch, which monitors domestic violence cases.

       CASA Kane County volunteers Mary Lynn Cali of St. Charles, left, and Peg Showalter of Wayne hold hands with Ginny and Jim Kintz of Geneva at the Hands Around the Courthouse ceremony in the historic Kane County Courthouse in Geneva on Thursday, April 12. The eighth annual event recognizes National Child Abuse Prevention Month. 515 abused and neglected children will be represented at the event. Jim Kintz is on the board of directors of the Fox Valley Court Watch, which monitors domestic violence cases.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • People survey the wreckage the morning after a fire destroyed Black Tie Stable and killed several horses just West of Fox Lake in McHenry County Thursday.

       People survey the wreckage the morning after a fire destroyed Black Tie Stable and killed several horses just West of Fox Lake in McHenry County Thursday.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

 
 

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