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  • Students from Cumberland Elementary School in Des Plaines warm-up with stretches before walking Friday afternoon to raise money for new playground equipment.

       Students from Cumberland Elementary School in Des Plaines warm-up with stretches before walking Friday afternoon to raise money for new playground equipment.
    Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

  • Josephine Tilford, 5 of Round Lake, climbs aboard the Canadian Nationalīs Little Obie train with her dad, John Tilford, during the Mundelein Fall Harvest Celebration Friday. The fest was held to officially close the Mundelein Farmers Market for the season.

       Josephine Tilford, 5 of Round Lake, climbs aboard the Canadian Nationalīs Little Obie train with her dad, John Tilford, during the Mundelein Fall Harvest Celebration Friday. The fest was held to officially close the Mundelein Farmers Market for the season.
    Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • 18-month-old Lucy Gross and her sister Oletta, 4, both of Barrington paint pumpkins at Hough Street School in Barrington on Saturday, October 13. The event was moved indoors from Memorial Park due to rain.

       18-month-old Lucy Gross and her sister Oletta, 4, both of Barrington paint pumpkins at Hough Street School in Barrington on Saturday, October 13. The event was moved indoors from Memorial Park due to rain.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Robert Donofrio and his daughter Amy take a look at a Villa Park fire truck during the open house Saturday. Well over 300 people took part in this event that gave residents a look at what happens at their local fire house.

       Robert Donofrio and his daughter Amy take a look at a Villa Park fire truck during the open house Saturday. Well over 300 people took part in this event that gave residents a look at what happens at their local fire house.
    Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

  • Deeoti Mishrikotkar, of Mundelein, brings her son, Neil, 4, to see the Halloween model train display by the North Central O Gaugers Model Railroad Club Sunday at the Fremont Public Library in Mundelein. The display featured giant spiders, space aliens, ghouls, mummies and witches, and lots of trains.

       Deeoti Mishrikotkar, of Mundelein, brings her son, Neil, 4, to see the Halloween model train display by the North Central O Gaugers Model Railroad Club Sunday at the Fremont Public Library in Mundelein. The display featured giant spiders, space aliens, ghouls, mummies and witches, and lots of trains.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Amanda Gray, 3 of Naperville plays with the hobby horse she made while visiting the DuPage County Forest Preserve's annual Danada Fall Festival, Sunday.

       Amanda Gray, 3 of Naperville plays with the hobby horse she made while visiting the DuPage County Forest Preserve's annual Danada Fall Festival, Sunday.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • April Lasken portrays a prairie child while standing next to a walking spinning wheel during the Durant House Museum Heirloom Apple Fest at LeRoy Oakes Forest Preserve.

       April Lasken portrays a prairie child while standing next to a walking spinning wheel during the Durant House Museum Heirloom Apple Fest at LeRoy Oakes Forest Preserve.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Selena Cuevas, right, guides freshmen through a team building exercise during a Bartlett High School senior leaders program.

       Selena Cuevas, right, guides freshmen through a team building exercise during a Bartlett High School senior leaders program.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • A woman walks her dog along a path in Adler Park in Libertyville. Fall scenes at Adler Park and Independence Grove Forest Preserve in Libertyville for the GLMV chamber guide.

       A woman walks her dog along a path in Adler Park in Libertyville. Fall scenes at Adler Park and Independence Grove Forest Preserve in Libertyville for the GLMV chamber guide.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Hannah O'Brien, 14, eight-grader at Quest Academy, raises to and grips the American flag as a wind gust toppled banners and flags onstage at the school's ribbon-cutting and preview ceremony for its 3.68-acre outdoor West Campus in Palatine on Thursday, October 18. All Quest students, faculty, administration, about 200 parents, and Palatine Mayor Mr. Jim Schwantz attended.

       Hannah O'Brien, 14, eight-grader at Quest Academy, raises to and grips the American flag as a wind gust toppled banners and flags onstage at the school's ribbon-cutting and preview ceremony for its 3.68-acre outdoor West Campus in Palatine on Thursday, October 18. All Quest students, faculty, administration, about 200 parents, and Palatine Mayor Mr. Jim Schwantz attended.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • The Dupage Children's Museum hosted the folks from Ready Set Ride, a therapeutic recreation facility in Plainfield. They were letting children pet horses in honor of Disability Awareness Month. Dana And her daughter Allie, 2, both of Lombard stop to pet the horses in the rain.

       The Dupage Children's Museum hosted the folks from Ready Set Ride, a therapeutic recreation facility in Plainfield. They were letting children pet horses in honor of Disability Awareness Month. Dana And her daughter Allie, 2, both of Lombard stop to pet the horses in the rain.
    Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

  • Tenor Saxophonist Dave Schiff practices with seventh graders in Fremont Middle School Jazz Band's Thursday in Mundelein. Schiff has backed up great acts like Barry Manilow, Tony Bennett, and Frank Sinatra. Schiff will accompany the Fremont Middle School jazz band in a concert at the school Thursday.

       Tenor Saxophonist Dave Schiff practices with seventh graders in Fremont Middle School Jazz Band's Thursday in Mundelein. Schiff has backed up great acts like Barry Manilow, Tony Bennett, and Frank Sinatra. Schiff will accompany the Fremont Middle School jazz band in a concert at the school Thursday.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

 

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