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Gifts, giveaways at Springfest Expo in Lake Villa

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  • Lyndsey Bassett, 14, left, of Hainesville is dressed as Snow White and her sister Lily, 10, is dressed as Princess Sofia as they great visitors to the Round Lake Area Park District booth Saturday during the Springfest Expo 2014, held by the Lindenhurst-Lake Villa Chamber of Commerce at Lakes Community High School.

       Lyndsey Bassett, 14, left, of Hainesville is dressed as Snow White and her sister Lily, 10, is dressed as Princess Sofia as they great visitors to the Round Lake Area Park District booth Saturday during the Springfest Expo 2014, held by the Lindenhurst-Lake Villa Chamber of Commerce at Lakes Community High School.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Melba Ingoglia of Fox Lake views an item held by sales associate Diane Sineni of Clear Candles, Arlington Heights, Saturday during the Springfest Expo 2014, held by the Lindenhurst-Lake Villa Chamber of Commerce at Lakes Community High School.

       Melba Ingoglia of Fox Lake views an item held by sales associate Diane Sineni of Clear Candles, Arlington Heights, Saturday during the Springfest Expo 2014, held by the Lindenhurst-Lake Villa Chamber of Commerce at Lakes Community High School.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Sara Hawkins, 4, of Round Lake Beach carries a balloon animal that was made for her Saturday during the Springfest Expo 2014, held by the Lindenhurst-Lake Villa Chamber of Commerce at Lakes Community High School.

       Sara Hawkins, 4, of Round Lake Beach carries a balloon animal that was made for her Saturday during the Springfest Expo 2014, held by the Lindenhurst-Lake Villa Chamber of Commerce at Lakes Community High School.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

 
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The Lindenhurst-Lake Villa Chamber of Commerce's 11th annual Springfest Expo featured more than 100 businesses and a host of activities Saturday at Lakes Community High School in Lake Villa.

Local businesses had the opportunity to provide information, gifts, giveaways and discounts.

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The booths included one from Vista Health Systems, where visitors could have their cholesterol tested and a blood pressure check. The Lake Villa Lions Club featured their Vision Bus and checks for diabetic retinopathy. Attendees of the family-friendly expo also had the chance to buy merchandise and participate in raffles. Activities for kids, jugglers, balloon artists and magicians rounded out the event.

The expo continues Sunday, March 30, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

For more information on the chamber, visit llvchamber.com.

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