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  • Katie Ruby is named the 53rd annual Rose Queen Pageant winner, during a competition at Lake Park High School West Campus. Lauren Caputo, right, 2011 Rose Queen, crowns the new winner.

       Katie Ruby is named the 53rd annual Rose Queen Pageant winner, during a competition at Lake Park High School West Campus. Lauren Caputo, right, 2011 Rose Queen, crowns the new winner.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Eighth grade girls Jessica Sweeney, left, and Maria Hernandez get facials as 24 kids were treated to a pampering spa day before attending their annual eighth grade promotion dance Friday at John T. Magee Middle School in Round Lake.

       Eighth grade girls Jessica Sweeney, left, and Maria Hernandez get facials as 24 kids were treated to a pampering spa day before attending their annual eighth grade promotion dance Friday at John T. Magee Middle School in Round Lake.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Joshua Tolentino, 4, rides along with his mother's purchases during Hanover Park's Maxwell Street garage sale held at the commuter parking lot Saturday.

       Joshua Tolentino, 4, rides along with his mother's purchases during Hanover Park's Maxwell Street garage sale held at the commuter parking lot Saturday.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • Miranda Logan, 6, of Buffalo Grove gets a little help from police officer Crystal Bowen as she completes a figure eight during Saturday's Buffalo Grove bicycle rodeo at Mike Rylko Park.

       Miranda Logan, 6, of Buffalo Grove gets a little help from police officer Crystal Bowen as she completes a figure eight during Saturday's Buffalo Grove bicycle rodeo at Mike Rylko Park.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • Linda Korn, and members of the Mount Prospect Garden Club plant a variety of perennials at the Mount Prospect Village Hall.

       Linda Korn, and members of the Mount Prospect Garden Club plant a variety of perennials at the Mount Prospect Village Hall.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Kindergartners Miguel Garcia, left, Isaac Morales and Alexandro Aguilera dance to the music as ScribbleMonsters perform for students at Woodland Primary School Monday in Gages Lake. ScribbleJim and ScribbleJayne used songs and music to bring out the imagination in the kids.

       Kindergartners Miguel Garcia, left, Isaac Morales and Alexandro Aguilera dance to the music as ScribbleMonsters perform for students at Woodland Primary School Monday in Gages Lake. ScribbleJim and ScribbleJayne used songs and music to bring out the imagination in the kids.
    Gilbert R. BoucherII | Staff Photographer

  • Countryside School nurse Mary Anne Wesoloski of Barrington Hills is surprised by the student body as she is presented with the "Excellence in Pediatric Care" award from the Illinois Department of Public Health in an early morning celebration.

       Countryside School nurse Mary Anne Wesoloski of Barrington Hills is surprised by the student body as she is presented with the "Excellence in Pediatric Care" award from the Illinois Department of Public Health in an early morning celebration.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Seven-year-old Chloe Rockenhauser of Elgin, reacts during a game of chess at Children's House Montessori School in West Dundee Tuesday May 22, 2012. The school which has been open for 21 years averages about 40-50 students each year.

       Seven-year-old Chloe Rockenhauser of Elgin, reacts during a game of chess at Children's House Montessori School in West Dundee Tuesday May 22, 2012. The school which has been open for 21 years averages about 40-50 students each year.
    Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

  • Seniors look on as firefighters take "victim" Beth Cerabona out of a car during a fatal DUI crash scene at Glenbard North High School in Carol Stream on Wednesday. The annual event was put on by the Carol Stream Police Department and the Carol Stream Fire Protection District ahead of the school's prom this Saturday. Eight students, all good friends, played roles in the crash with two students DOA. "It was scary and really terrifying", said Cerabona of playing the victim and seeing her friends in the crash scenario.

       Seniors look on as firefighters take "victim" Beth Cerabona out of a car during a fatal DUI crash scene at Glenbard North High School in Carol Stream on Wednesday. The annual event was put on by the Carol Stream Police Department and the Carol Stream Fire Protection District ahead of the school's prom this Saturday. Eight students, all good friends, played roles in the crash with two students DOA. "It was scary and really terrifying", said Cerabona of playing the victim and seeing her friends in the crash scenario.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • Senior Michael Fagen plays a DOA victim during a fatal DUI crash scene at Glenbard North High School in Carol Stream on Wednesday. The annual event was put on by the Carol Stream Police Department and the Carol Stream Fire Protection District ahead of the school's prom this Saturday.

       Senior Michael Fagen plays a DOA victim during a fatal DUI crash scene at Glenbard North High School in Carol Stream on Wednesday. The annual event was put on by the Carol Stream Police Department and the Carol Stream Fire Protection District ahead of the school's prom this Saturday.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • Students at Torah Academy of Buffalo Grove cheer as science coordinator Kimberly Friedman holds up an egg that survived the great egg drop at the school in Buffalo Grove on Thursday, May 24. The students designed and made protective housing for an egg that was then dropped to test if the egg broke.

       Students at Torah Academy of Buffalo Grove cheer as science coordinator Kimberly Friedman holds up an egg that survived the great egg drop at the school in Buffalo Grove on Thursday, May 24. The students designed and made protective housing for an egg that was then dropped to test if the egg broke.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Centennial Beach life guard Hallie Wilkins performs a rescue of fellow life guard Mary-Kate Lusk during a training session, in preparation of the pools opening this Memorial Day weekend, in Naperville.

       Centennial Beach life guard Hallie Wilkins performs a rescue of fellow life guard Mary-Kate Lusk during a training session, in preparation of the pools opening this Memorial Day weekend, in Naperville.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Western Avenue Elementary School student, Sydney Fuller gets a helping hand to plant her seeding in the Get Up and Grow garden at the Geneva School Thursday May 24, 2012. About 340 students planted bird gourds, apple gourds and pumpkins in the garden.

       Western Avenue Elementary School student, Sydney Fuller gets a helping hand to plant her seeding in the Get Up and Grow garden at the Geneva School Thursday May 24, 2012. About 340 students planted bird gourds, apple gourds and pumpkins in the garden.
    Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

  • Boomers pitcher Jason Braun is all smiles as he watches his teammates score runs against the Florence Freedom in the sixth inning during opening day at Boomers Stadium on Friday in Schaumburg.

       Boomers pitcher Jason Braun is all smiles as he watches his teammates score runs against the Florence Freedom in the sixth inning during opening day at Boomers Stadium on Friday in Schaumburg.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Baseball fans Brian Dykes and his son Calvin, 3, of Glen Ellyn bump fists with player Chad Mozingo at Boomers Stadium in Schaumburg on Friday.

       Baseball fans Brian Dykes and his son Calvin, 3, of Glen Ellyn bump fists with player Chad Mozingo at Boomers Stadium in Schaumburg on Friday.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Louis and Serena watch over their eight babies in the Schaumburg municipal pond.

       Louis and Serena watch over their eight babies in the Schaumburg municipal pond.
    Joel Bissell | Staff Photographer

  • John Trinca of Antioch, wipes a tear will bagpiper plays during College of Lake County 5th annual Memorial Day Ceremony and Service at the college in Grayslake on Friday, May 25. Trinca said he thinks everyday about an eighteen-year-old man that died in his arms during World War II.

       John Trinca of Antioch, wipes a tear will bagpiper plays during College of Lake County 5th annual Memorial Day Ceremony and Service at the college in Grayslake on Friday, May 25. Trinca said he thinks everyday about an eighteen-year-old man that died in his arms during World War II.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • DAR Waukegan Chapter Regent, Hannah Perron, left, and DAR Libertyville Chapter Regent Denise Burja, 2nd left, unveil the new marker on Henry Collins' grave. DAR member Amanda Burja, 2nd right, and SAR member Don Parrish from Naperville, right, look on. Members of the Daughters of the American Revolution from Libertyville and Waukegan, and members of the Sons of the American Revolution from Lisle and Naperville honored Revolutionary War Soldier Henry Collins Friday at his gravesite in Wadsworth. Collins served for two years in the Revolutionary War with a Massachusetts regiment. In 1844, he moved to Lake County with his son Joseph Collins and settled on land in Newport Township. The DAR and SAR have an ongoing project to locate and mark the graves of Revolutionary War Soldiers in Illinois.

       DAR Waukegan Chapter Regent, Hannah Perron, left, and DAR Libertyville Chapter Regent Denise Burja, 2nd left, unveil the new marker on Henry Collins' grave. DAR member Amanda Burja, 2nd right, and SAR member Don Parrish from Naperville, right, look on. Members of the Daughters of the American Revolution from Libertyville and Waukegan, and members of the Sons of the American Revolution from Lisle and Naperville honored Revolutionary War Soldier Henry Collins Friday at his gravesite in Wadsworth. Collins served for two years in the Revolutionary War with a Massachusetts regiment. In 1844, he moved to Lake County with his son Joseph Collins and settled on land in Newport Township. The DAR and SAR have an ongoing project to locate and mark the graves of Revolutionary War Soldiers in Illinois.
    Scott Sanders | Staff Photographer

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  • James Hojnacki of Hoffman Estates waits for patrons to view his photography work at the Schaumburg Prairie Arts Festival on Saturday.

       James Hojnacki of Hoffman Estates waits for patrons to view his photography work at the Schaumburg Prairie Arts Festival on Saturday.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Sal Gerone sits in his "Monster Boom Box" and played patriotic music during Rolling Meadows Memorial Day's parade in honor of all veterans, deceased, and those still serve the United States.

       Sal Gerone sits in his "Monster Boom Box" and played patriotic music during Rolling Meadows Memorial Day's parade in honor of all veterans, deceased, and those still serve the United States.
    Joel Bissell | Staff Photographer

  • Rolling Meadows held a Memorial Day parade in honor of all veterans, deceased, and those still serve the United States.

       Rolling Meadows held a Memorial Day parade in honor of all veterans, deceased, and those still serve the United States.
    Joel Bissell | Staff Photographer

  • Brigadier General Gracious Dunn closes his eyes in remembrance during Rolling Meadows Memorial Day parade in honor of all veterans, deceased, and those still serve the United States.

       Brigadier General Gracious Dunn closes his eyes in remembrance during Rolling Meadows Memorial Day parade in honor of all veterans, deceased, and those still serve the United States.
    Joel Bissell | Staff Photographer

  • John Boots, of Woodstock, looks at the oil painting of a bear by Michael Bedoian during the Barrington Arts Festival Saturday along Station Street in downtown Barrington. The event featured more than 140 juried artists from around the world in a variety of medium.

       John Boots, of Woodstock, looks at the oil painting of a bear by Michael Bedoian during the Barrington Arts Festival Saturday along Station Street in downtown Barrington. The event featured more than 140 juried artists from around the world in a variety of medium.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • The body of U.S. Army Spec. Samuel T. Watts is brought home through the DuPage Airport in West Chicago Saturday. He was from Wheaton.

       The body of U.S. Army Spec. Samuel T. Watts is brought home through the DuPage Airport in West Chicago Saturday. He was from Wheaton.
    Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

  • Nick Rochowicz, 10, of Darien holds a Nelson's Milk Snake, during the DuPage Forest Preserve District's "Family Field Day", held at St. James Farm in Warrenville.

       Nick Rochowicz, 10, of Darien holds a Nelson's Milk Snake, during the DuPage Forest Preserve District's "Family Field Day", held at St. James Farm in Warrenville.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Piper Patchik, 3, and her mother Jessica Patchik, of Aurora, perfect their archery techniques during the DuPage Forest Preserve District's "Family Field Day", held at St. James Farm in Warrenville.

       Piper Patchik, 3, and her mother Jessica Patchik, of Aurora, perfect their archery techniques during the DuPage Forest Preserve District's "Family Field Day", held at St. James Farm in Warrenville.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

 

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