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Lake Zurich Area Chamber hosts its annual business and community showcase

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  • Contestant Brian Gagla of Lake Zurich waits for his results after spinning the wheel, with Benjamin Ehlers with New Life Lutheran Church playing the role of Drew Carey of the Wheel of Fortune at the church's game booth at Lake Zurich's annual Business and Community Showcase on Saturday at Lake Zurich High School.

       Contestant Brian Gagla of Lake Zurich waits for his results after spinning the wheel, with Benjamin Ehlers with New Life Lutheran Church playing the role of Drew Carey of the Wheel of Fortune at the church's game booth at Lake Zurich's annual Business and Community Showcase on Saturday at Lake Zurich High School.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Brian Borcean, 16, has his face painted by Suzanne Zborowski, 16, both of Lake Zurich, using a stencil at Be Safe Driving School's booth at Lake Zurich's annual Business and Community Showcase on Saturday at Lake Zurich High School. Zborowski is a graduate of the driving school.

       Brian Borcean, 16, has his face painted by Suzanne Zborowski, 16, both of Lake Zurich, using a stencil at Be Safe Driving School's booth at Lake Zurich's annual Business and Community Showcase on Saturday at Lake Zurich High School. Zborowski is a graduate of the driving school.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • James Schagrim, 12, left foreground, answers a question from Benjamin Ehlers with New Life Lutheran Church, playing the role of Drew Carey of Wheel of Fortune, with contestant Brian Gagla of Lake Zurich, in background, at the church's game booth at Lake Zurich's annual Business and Community Showcase on Saturday at Lake Zurich High School.

       James Schagrim, 12, left foreground, answers a question from Benjamin Ehlers with New Life Lutheran Church, playing the role of Drew Carey of Wheel of Fortune, with contestant Brian Gagla of Lake Zurich, in background, at the church's game booth at Lake Zurich's annual Business and Community Showcase on Saturday at Lake Zurich High School.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald staff report

More than 80 exhibitors were highlighted during the Lake Zurich Area Chamber of Commerce's annual Business and Community Showcase event Saturday at Lake Zurich High School.

Area businesses and community organizations packed the field house for to display, demonstrate and provide advice on products and services to help attendees welcome spring. Entertainment, food, freebies and prizes rounded out the 22nd annual event.

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Singers, dancers, musicians, reptiles and police dog demonstrations were part of the scheduled entertainment at the 2014 Showcase.

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