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posted: 6/23/2014 3:44 PM

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  • Carter Thomas, 6, of Mount Prospect and his sister, Evie, 5, pet "Louie," a beagle-fox terrier mix/rescue dog owned by Katie Shawke of Prospect Heights, during the all-pet pageant at the Prospect Heights Block Party at Lions Park Saturday.

       Carter Thomas, 6, of Mount Prospect and his sister, Evie, 5, pet "Louie," a beagle-fox terrier mix/rescue dog owned by Katie Shawke of Prospect Heights, during the all-pet pageant at the Prospect Heights Block Party at Lions Park Saturday.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Ahsley Rycraft, 8, left, of Wheeling and her friend Erin Delariva, 8, of Prospect Heights hurry to register Erin's dog C.J., a German short-haired pointer, in the all-pet pageant at the Prospect Heights Block Party at Lions Park Saturday.

       Ahsley Rycraft, 8, left, of Wheeling and her friend Erin Delariva, 8, of Prospect Heights hurry to register Erin's dog C.J., a German short-haired pointer, in the all-pet pageant at the Prospect Heights Block Party at Lions Park Saturday.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

 
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Residents of Prospect Heights gathered Saturday at Lions Park for the annual Prospect Heights Block Party, an afternoon and evening of music, games, the Prospect Heights Voice contest, food and drink.

The event started as planned at 4 p.m., but soon faced a challenge from a line of severe thunderstorms that moved through the area.

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