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Palatine High School sophomore Emina Mesic turns a key and wins a car during an Operation Click luncheon Wednesday in Kildeer. High school students took a pledge to drive safe for a chance to win a car. Mesic was the last student to try a key for the car.

Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

Grayslake Central High School senior Tanner Hermes smiles as he turns the key and wins a car during an Operation Click luncheon Wednesday in Kildeer. High school students took a pledge to drive safe for a chance to win a car. Hermes was the last student with a chance for the car as he won. Last year, the first student to try the key won the car.

Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

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A total of 29 high school students held coveted keys in their hands on Wednesday, but only two would up starting the new cars parked in front of the Concorde Banquets in Kildeer. Emina Mesic, a Palatine High School sophomore and Tanner Hermes, a senior from Grayslake Central High School, emerged as the lucky winners.
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    • Palatine High School sophomore Emina Mesic turns a key and wins a car during an Operation Click luncheon Wednesday in Kildeer. High school students took a pledge to drive safe for a chance to win a car. Mesic was the last student to try a key for the car.
    • Grayslake Central High School senior Tanner Hermes smiles as he turns the key and wins a car during an Operation Click luncheon Wednesday in Kildeer. High school students took a pledge to drive safe for a chance to win a car. Hermes was the last student with a chance for the car as he won. Last year, the first student to try the key won the car.
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