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  • Sydney Sawyer, 4, of South Elgin calls in a 911 call to the police while acting the part of a construction worker in the Tammy Town interactive game for kids at South Elgin's National Night Out event .The program is Bartlett police Officer Tammy Schulz's creation.

       Sydney Sawyer, 4, of South Elgin calls in a 911 call to the police while acting the part of a construction worker in the Tammy Town interactive game for kids at South Elgin's National Night Out event .The program is Bartlett police Officer Tammy Schulz's creation.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Juan Jasso, 3, and his mother, Jesusita Enriquez, meet Kane County Mounted Ranger Cuper  Quintana of Aurora and his horse, Summer, at South Elgin's National Night Out event at Jim Hansen Park on Tuesday night.

       Juan Jasso, 3, and his mother, Jesusita Enriquez, meet Kane County Mounted Ranger Cuper Quintana of Aurora and his horse, Summer, at South Elgin's National Night Out event at Jim Hansen Park on Tuesday night.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • South Elgin Police Officer Joe Mihalec acts in a demonstration with the department's new K-9 officer, Rio, for the town's National Night Out event at Jim Hansen Park on Tuesday night.

       South Elgin Police Officer Joe Mihalec acts in a demonstration with the department's new K-9 officer, Rio, for the town's National Night Out event at Jim Hansen Park on Tuesday night.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Cameron Angerman, 5, of South Elgin, directs Assistant Chief Bert Lancaster of the South Elgin fire department through an intercom during a dive demonstration at the town's National Night Out event at Jim Hansen Park on Tuesday night. Kids would throw a small plastic shark into the tank and direct Lancaster verbally using the radio.

       Cameron Angerman, 5, of South Elgin, directs Assistant Chief Bert Lancaster of the South Elgin fire department through an intercom during a dive demonstration at the town's National Night Out event at Jim Hansen Park on Tuesday night. Kids would throw a small plastic shark into the tank and direct Lancaster verbally using the radio.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Garrett Schultz, 7, of South Elgin signs a 'Thank You' card to the South Elgin fire and police departments at the town's National Night Out event at Jim Hansen Park on Tuesday night.

       Garrett Schultz, 7, of South Elgin signs a 'Thank You' card to the South Elgin fire and police departments at the town's National Night Out event at Jim Hansen Park on Tuesday night.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Claire Wolfsmith,5, of Naperville, gets her face painted like a watchdog during National Night Out at Timber Creek Park in Naperville Tuesday.

       Claire Wolfsmith,5, of Naperville, gets her face painted like a watchdog during National Night Out at Timber Creek Park in Naperville Tuesday.
    Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

  • Families gather to enjoy hotdogs, snow-cones and face painting at National Night Out at Timber Creek Park in Naperville Tuesday.

       Families gather to enjoy hotdogs, snow-cones and face painting at National Night Out at Timber Creek Park in Naperville Tuesday.
    Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

  • Tjorven Schubert, 3, of Bartlett rides a rocking horse during Tuesday's National Night Out celebration in Bartlett.

       Tjorven Schubert, 3, of Bartlett rides a rocking horse during Tuesday's National Night Out celebration in Bartlett.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Lily Matousek, 3, of Bartlett gets a piggyback ridge from her dad, Jason during Tuesday's National Night Out celebration in Bartlett.

       Lily Matousek, 3, of Bartlett gets a piggyback ridge from her dad, Jason during Tuesday's National Night Out celebration in Bartlett.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Maria Jose Noriega, 4, carries a balloon during Tuesday's National Night Out celebration in Bartlett.

       Maria Jose Noriega, 4, carries a balloon during Tuesday's National Night Out celebration in Bartlett.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Misty Nanna, of Bartlett laughs as she is guided on a Segway by Bartlett Police Officer Jim Selmani during Tuesday's National Night Out celebration in Bartlett.

       Misty Nanna, of Bartlett laughs as she is guided on a Segway by Bartlett Police Officer Jim Selmani during Tuesday's National Night Out celebration in Bartlett.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Miss Illinois Marisa Buchheit signs autographs during Tuesday's National Night Out celebration in Bartlett.

       Miss Illinois Marisa Buchheit signs autographs during Tuesday's National Night Out celebration in Bartlett.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Avery Jagers, right, 9, of Bartlett,  and her best friend, Morgan Traver, also 9 and from Bartlett, pan for gold during Tuesday's National Night Out celebration in Bartlett.

       Avery Jagers, right, 9, of Bartlett, and her best friend, Morgan Traver, also 9 and from Bartlett, pan for gold during Tuesday's National Night Out celebration in Bartlett.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • The Jesse White Tumblers perform during Tuesday's National Night Out celebration in Bartlett.

       The Jesse White Tumblers perform during Tuesday's National Night Out celebration in Bartlett.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Alsonso Mora, left, and Carlos Hernandez of Supermercado San Judas cook tacos during National Night Out at the Round Lake Park Police Department Tuesday night.

       Alsonso Mora, left, and Carlos Hernandez of Supermercado San Judas cook tacos during National Night Out at the Round Lake Park Police Department Tuesday night.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Bradley Sobecki, 3 and his sister Grace, 8, both of Fox Lake, sit on a police 4-wheeler during National Night Out at the Round Lake Park Police Department Tuesday night.

       Bradley Sobecki, 3 and his sister Grace, 8, both of Fox Lake, sit on a police 4-wheeler during National Night Out at the Round Lake Park Police Department Tuesday night.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Kids jump through a sprinkler during National Night Out at Hartmann Park in Vernon Hills Tuesday night.

       Kids jump through a sprinkler during National Night Out at Hartmann Park in Vernon Hills Tuesday night.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • The Cook Park Memorial Library District, left, took on the Vernon Hills Police Department in a volleyball game during National Night Out at Hartmann Park in Vernon Hills Tuesday night.

       The Cook Park Memorial Library District, left, took on the Vernon Hills Police Department in a volleyball game during National Night Out at Hartmann Park in Vernon Hills Tuesday night.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Five-year-old Jesus Beronca, left, and 6-year-old Alonso Roman, both of Vernon Hills play a game called pork chop speedway during National Night Out at Hartmann Park in Vernon Hills Tuesday night.

       Five-year-old Jesus Beronca, left, and 6-year-old Alonso Roman, both of Vernon Hills play a game called pork chop speedway during National Night Out at Hartmann Park in Vernon Hills Tuesday night.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Four-year-old Melanie Juarez gets her face painted during National Night Out at Hartmann Park in Vernon Hills Tuesday night.

       Four-year-old Melanie Juarez gets her face painted during National Night Out at Hartmann Park in Vernon Hills Tuesday night.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

 

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