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  • Parkview Elementary third-grader Nathanial Santiago bows his head in prayer during the Veterans Day ceremony at the Carpentersville school in early November. This image jumped out at me during my edit that day, but I opted for images of veterans, first responders and current military personnel in attendance. I love the way he was bowing his head amid the sea of his classmates waving their flags and looking around. This photo was published in the weekly Perspective column in the print edtion.

       Parkview Elementary third-grader Nathanial Santiago bows his head in prayer during the Veterans Day ceremony at the Carpentersville school in early November. This image jumped out at me during my edit that day, but I opted for images of veterans, first responders and current military personnel in attendance. I love the way he was bowing his head amid the sea of his classmates waving their flags and looking around. This photo was published in the weekly Perspective column in the print edtion.
    Christopher Hankins | Staff Photographer

  • Harlem Globetrotter Shane "Scooter" Christensen teaches a trick to fifth grader Landon Kruppa and second grader Bobi Duler as he performed Monday morning for students at Rosemont Elementary School. The basketball players discussed the ABC's of Bullying Prevention before flashing their unique basketball skills for the enthusiastic fans.

       Harlem Globetrotter Shane "Scooter" Christensen teaches a trick to fifth grader Landon Kruppa and second grader Bobi Duler as he performed Monday morning for students at Rosemont Elementary School. The basketball players discussed the ABC's of Bullying Prevention before flashing their unique basketball skills for the enthusiastic fans.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Roger Bennett makes his way on skis across Jelke Creek Bird Sanctuary in his hometown of Sleepy Hollow Monday afternoon as snow begins to hit the area again. Bennett said he frequents the trails when there's enough snow at Jelke Creek, but he also likes the trails at Burnidge Forest Preserve west of Elgin when it gets windy, as the trails are more heavily protected with trees.

       Roger Bennett makes his way on skis across Jelke Creek Bird Sanctuary in his hometown of Sleepy Hollow Monday afternoon as snow begins to hit the area again. Bennett said he frequents the trails when there's enough snow at Jelke Creek, but he also likes the trails at Burnidge Forest Preserve west of Elgin when it gets windy, as the trails are more heavily protected with trees.
    Christopher Hankins | Staff Photographer

  • Woodland Elementary West third grade student Gitane Napier, left, reads a story she wrote to Sunrise Assisted Living resident Juliette McCann Wednesday morning in Gurnee. Napier presented McCann with the story and a hand-painted portait.

       Woodland Elementary West third grade student Gitane Napier, left, reads a story she wrote to Sunrise Assisted Living resident Juliette McCann Wednesday morning in Gurnee. Napier presented McCann with the story and a hand-painted portait.
    Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • The Vernon Hills High School chamber choir performs Christmas carols for the Community High School District 128 office Friday in Vernon Hills.

       The Vernon Hills High School chamber choir performs Christmas carols for the Community High School District 128 office Friday in Vernon Hills.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Madison Seick, 4, of Algonquin, playfully peeks at Santa while hiding behind her aunt, Colleen Seick, during Saturday's "Breakfast with Santa" at the Palatine American Legion.

       Madison Seick, 4, of Algonquin, playfully peeks at Santa while hiding behind her aunt, Colleen Seick, during Saturday's "Breakfast with Santa" at the Palatine American Legion.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • Jennifer Leewis, of Grayslake, takes a sip of her hot cocoa topped with a homemade marshmallow during the Fall Farmers Market, the last of the season, in downtown Grayslake Saturday.

       Jennifer Leewis, of Grayslake, takes a sip of her hot cocoa topped with a homemade marshmallow during the Fall Farmers Market, the last of the season, in downtown Grayslake Saturday.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • Amanda Jung, left, Hannah Dwinell and Rachel Biersdorf, all of Grayslake, decorate cookies in Santa's Workshop during the 18th Annual Prairie Crossing Cookie Walk and Bake Sale Sunday at Byron Colby Barn in Grayslake. Visitors could choose from thousands of homemade cookies as well as handmade gifts and unique items from local artisans and merchants.

       Amanda Jung, left, Hannah Dwinell and Rachel Biersdorf, all of Grayslake, decorate cookies in Santa's Workshop during the 18th Annual Prairie Crossing Cookie Walk and Bake Sale Sunday at Byron Colby Barn in Grayslake. Visitors could choose from thousands of homemade cookies as well as handmade gifts and unique items from local artisans and merchants.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Carriage coachman Jeff Miro directs his horse, Milo, along Old McHenry Road in Long Grove on Sunday as he gives the Hutchison family a ride around town. Visitors enjoyed the holiday activities as they shopped aound the historic village.

       Carriage coachman Jeff Miro directs his horse, Milo, along Old McHenry Road in Long Grove on Sunday as he gives the Hutchison family a ride around town. Visitors enjoyed the holiday activities as they shopped aound the historic village.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Five-time Major League Baseball All-Star and former Chicago White Sox player Jim Thome works with kids Sunday on hitting at the Chicago Bulls/White Sox Academy in Lisle.

       Five-time Major League Baseball All-Star and former Chicago White Sox player Jim Thome works with kids Sunday on hitting at the Chicago Bulls/White Sox Academy in Lisle.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Ukrainian Scout leader Yuriy Zajal holds a flame from the birthplace of Jesus Christ in Bethlehem, Sunday at St. Andrew Ukranian Orthodox Cathedral in Bloomingdale, as his son Andriy, 8, waits with him before a ceremony. The Bethlehem Peacelight has been burning at the same spot in Bethlehem for more than 1,000 years and is split and travels around the world, available to anyone who wants to take the flame during the holy time around Christmas.

       Ukrainian Scout leader Yuriy Zajal holds a flame from the birthplace of Jesus Christ in Bethlehem, Sunday at St. Andrew Ukranian Orthodox Cathedral in Bloomingdale, as his son Andriy, 8, waits with him before a ceremony. The Bethlehem Peacelight has been burning at the same spot in Bethlehem for more than 1,000 years and is split and travels around the world, available to anyone who wants to take the flame during the holy time around Christmas.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Musician Tom Malouf sings Christmas carols as Miles Carlson, 3, joins him from his front row seat, Sunday at the Batavia Public Library. Miles' mother Jodi, of Batavia, said "He's got the spirit!"

       Musician Tom Malouf sings Christmas carols as Miles Carlson, 3, joins him from his front row seat, Sunday at the Batavia Public Library. Miles' mother Jodi, of Batavia, said "He's got the spirit!"
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Buffalo Grove resident Mario Musa, 10, shovels the snow off his driveway Sunday after overnight snow and sleet covered the area.

       Buffalo Grove resident Mario Musa, 10, shovels the snow off his driveway Sunday after overnight snow and sleet covered the area.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Jingle Singers Clyde Forrester, left, Stephanie Reuter, Sheryl Long and Reece Livingstone, sing Christmas carols in front of the Long Grove Visitor's Information Center on Sunday. The snow and cold didn't keep shoppers from visiting stores and enjoying the holiday spirit.

       Jingle Singers Clyde Forrester, left, Stephanie Reuter, Sheryl Long and Reece Livingstone, sing Christmas carols in front of the Long Grove Visitor's Information Center on Sunday. The snow and cold didn't keep shoppers from visiting stores and enjoying the holiday spirit.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

 

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