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  • Gavyn Baker, 11, of Wauconda receives an immunization shot from Patricia Seveska, R.N. of Lake Zurich during the annual Kids 1st Health Fair Wednesday at Miguel Juarez Middle School in Waukegan. This is the last year for the back-to-school health fair sponsored by the Lake County Health Department, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, and United Way of Lake County.

       Gavyn Baker, 11, of Wauconda receives an immunization shot from Patricia Seveska, R.N. of Lake Zurich during the annual Kids 1st Health Fair Wednesday at Miguel Juarez Middle School in Waukegan. This is the last year for the back-to-school health fair sponsored by the Lake County Health Department, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, and United Way of Lake County.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Caleb Watson of Wheaton shoulders a bazooka rocket launcher as students ages 11 to 14 learned about military rockets Wednesday and how they were used in the nation's wars. They also got to assemble and launch different kinds of model rockets during a summer program at the First Division Museum at Cantigny Park in Wheaton.

       Caleb Watson of Wheaton shoulders a bazooka rocket launcher as students ages 11 to 14 learned about military rockets Wednesday and how they were used in the nation's wars. They also got to assemble and launch different kinds of model rockets during a summer program at the First Division Museum at Cantigny Park in Wheaton.
    Scott Sanders | Staff Photographer

  • Green and blue level teams participate during Mount Prospect Youth football Association practice at Lions Memorial Park in Mount Prospect on Monday night.

       Green and blue level teams participate during Mount Prospect Youth football Association practice at Lions Memorial Park in Mount Prospect on Monday night.
    Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer

  • Big Ten- JV level coach Art Fiumetto offers encouragement during Mount Prospect Youth football Association practice at Lions Memorial Park in Mount Prospect on Monday night.

       Big Ten- JV level coach Art Fiumetto offers encouragement during Mount Prospect Youth football Association practice at Lions Memorial Park in Mount Prospect on Monday night.
    Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer

  • Heart transplant patient, Melody McIntosh, left, hugs Kelly Swart, mother of Ashley Swartwho donated her heart, during a meeting at Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville on Monday. Swart was a 20-year-old Purdue student who died suddenly in 2013 donating several organs including the heart that saved McIntosh.

       Heart transplant patient, Melody McIntosh, left, hugs Kelly Swart, mother of Ashley Swartwho donated her heart, during a meeting at Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville on Monday. Swart was a 20-year-old Purdue student who died suddenly in 2013 donating several organs including the heart that saved McIntosh.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • The Chicago Blackhawks mascot Tommy Hawk dances with prekindergarten teacher Brittany Ankney as he entertained children at the Lindenhurst Early Childhood Learning Center on Monday. The center was celebrating "Chicago Week" with plans to eat deep dish pizza and go downtown to tour Chicago later this week.

       The Chicago Blackhawks mascot Tommy Hawk dances with prekindergarten teacher Brittany Ankney as he entertained children at the Lindenhurst Early Childhood Learning Center on Monday. The center was celebrating "Chicago Week" with plans to eat deep dish pizza and go downtown to tour Chicago later this week.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | 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

  • 5-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.

       5-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

  • 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

  • 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 at Jim Hansen Park on Tuesday night. 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 at Jim Hansen Park on Tuesday night. The program is Bartlett police Officer Tammy Schulz's creation.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Donna Strum, left, of Revelation Golf leads stretching exercises for veterans with physical disabilities and PTSD syndrome during a clinic at Cantigny Golf.

       Donna Strum, left, of Revelation Golf leads stretching exercises for veterans with physical disabilities and PTSD syndrome during a clinic at Cantigny Golf.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Todd Kuebelbeck, 15 of Naperville and COD student Kurt Lyne work to refurbishing old laptops from Indian Prairie Unit District 204. The computers that the district is no longer using will be given to students in need.

       Todd Kuebelbeck, 15 of Naperville and COD student Kurt Lyne work to refurbishing old laptops from Indian Prairie Unit District 204. The computers that the district is no longer using will be given to students in need.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Four-year-old Brooklyn Chase of Lindenhurst has the Dragon Wagon all to herself during the first day of Lindenfest 2014 Thursday at the Lindenhurst Village Hall grounds. The evening featured Miss, Jr. Miss and the Little Miss Lindenhurst pageants, bingo, carnival rides and food tents.

       Four-year-old Brooklyn Chase of Lindenhurst has the Dragon Wagon all to herself during the first day of Lindenfest 2014 Thursday at the Lindenhurst Village Hall grounds. The evening featured Miss, Jr. Miss and the Little Miss Lindenhurst pageants, bingo, carnival rides and food tents.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • 4-year-old Keira Dallstream of Gurnee gets some pointers from Gurnee Police officer Marty DePerte during a bike rodeo at Woodland Middle School in Gurnee Thursday.

       4-year-old Keira Dallstream of Gurnee gets some pointers from Gurnee Police officer Marty DePerte during a bike rodeo at Woodland Middle School in Gurnee Thursday.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Sherry Yu, of Westmont, captain of Chicago Hakka Chorus, dances as the Chicago Hakka Chorus and Bartlett International Chorus preform at Bartlett Village Hall to officially open a Village of Bartlett and Miaoli City, Taiwan -- sister city photo exhibition featuring work by several Taiwan female photographers.

       Sherry Yu, of Westmont, captain of Chicago Hakka Chorus, dances as the Chicago Hakka Chorus and Bartlett International Chorus preform at Bartlett Village Hall to officially open a Village of Bartlett and Miaoli City, Taiwan -- sister city photo exhibition featuring work by several Taiwan female photographers.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Meredith Entler's one year-old son, Duncan of Westmont is mesmerized by colorful famous painting printed on shirts at Elizabeth Eischeid's of Batavia Cadeaux de Madeleine booth at French Connection Day celebration at Cantigny Park on Saturday in Wheaton.

       Meredith Entler's one year-old son, Duncan of Westmont is mesmerized by colorful famous painting printed on shirts at Elizabeth Eischeid's of Batavia Cadeaux de Madeleine booth at French Connection Day celebration at Cantigny Park on Saturday in Wheaton.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Ryan Monson, left, competes in the 20 kilometer bike race during the Orbea Naperville Sprint Triathlon at Centennial Beach on Sunday in Naperville.

       Ryan Monson, left, competes in the 20 kilometer bike race during the Orbea Naperville Sprint Triathlon at Centennial Beach on Sunday in Naperville.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Wheeling residents Iwo Angelow and his son, Jakub, 5, look at several Corvettes during the 9th Annual All-Corvette Show Sunday at Bill Stasek Chevrolet in Wheeling. The show was sponsored by the Chicagoland North Corvette Club and featured over 100 Corvettes from as early as 1960.

       Wheeling residents Iwo Angelow and his son, Jakub, 5, look at several Corvettes during the 9th Annual All-Corvette Show Sunday at Bill Stasek Chevrolet in Wheeling. The show was sponsored by the Chicagoland North Corvette Club and featured over 100 Corvettes from as early as 1960.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Three-year-old Isabella Ortiz and her mother, Emma, of Waukegan wave at firefighters riding in the parade during the Gurnee Days parade Sunday along Old Grand Ave. This year's theme was "A Lil' Bit of Country, A Lil' Bit of Rock and Roll."

       Three-year-old Isabella Ortiz and her mother, Emma, of Waukegan wave at firefighters riding in the parade during the Gurnee Days parade Sunday along Old Grand Ave. This year's theme was "A Lil' Bit of Country, A Lil' Bit of Rock and Roll."
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • The Nuclear Reaction Drumline performs during the Gurnee Days parade Sunday along Old Grand Ave. This year's theme was "A Lil' Bit of Country, A Lil' Bit of Rock and Roll."

       The Nuclear Reaction Drumline performs during the Gurnee Days parade Sunday along Old Grand Ave. This year's theme was "A Lil' Bit of Country, A Lil' Bit of Rock and Roll."
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Paul Sellers of Elgin, who served in the 3rd army during World War II salutes as the colors are presented Sunday as Veterans from World War II and the Korean conflict and their families attended the "Remembering '45," event in Gilberts.

       Paul Sellers of Elgin, who served in the 3rd army during World War II salutes as the colors are presented Sunday as Veterans from World War II and the Korean conflict and their families attended the "Remembering '45," event in Gilberts.
    Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

  • Connor Bever, 5, of Arlington Heights digs into an ear of corn at the Mane event in downtown Arlington Heights Saturday.

       Connor Bever, 5, of Arlington Heights digs into an ear of corn at the Mane event in downtown Arlington Heights Saturday.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • With stellar weather at hand, step by step they walked to remember Louie Miceli and others those who lost the fight against heroin in our area. Louie Theodore Miceli Heroin Awareness and Support Foundation hosted a 3 mile fun run and walk Saturday starting at Addison Trail High School and included a lap around Driscoll Catholic High School Football Field. This event also included a resource fair, live music, door prizes and a raffle. Tanya Macko of Roselle, left, gives Felicia Miceli a hug at the event. She is the mother of the Louie Miceli.

       With stellar weather at hand, step by step they walked to remember Louie Miceli and others those who lost the fight against heroin in our area. Louie Theodore Miceli Heroin Awareness and Support Foundation hosted a 3 mile fun run and walk Saturday starting at Addison Trail High School and included a lap around Driscoll Catholic High School Football Field. This event also included a resource fair, live music, door prizes and a raffle. Tanya Macko of Roselle, left, gives Felicia Miceli a hug at the event. She is the mother of the Louie Miceli.
    Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

  • Jimmy Nielsen of Lilymoor takes aim while playing in the horseshoe tournament during Lakemoorfest at Morrison Park in Lakemoor on Saturday. "I come here every year, this is so much fun," Nielsen said. "I took third in 1999."

       Jimmy Nielsen of Lilymoor takes aim while playing in the horseshoe tournament during Lakemoorfest at Morrison Park in Lakemoor on Saturday. "I come here every year, this is so much fun," Nielsen said. "I took third in 1999."
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Tom Zenaty of Rolling Meadows takes his 10 year-old longhair dachshund, Frankie, for a ride in Palatine near Northwest Highway on Saturday.

       Tom Zenaty of Rolling Meadows takes his 10 year-old longhair dachshund, Frankie, for a ride in Palatine near Northwest Highway on Saturday.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Eli Angus, 2, of Normal enjoys some apple pie at the Hometown Picnic at Naper Settlement in Naperville on Saturday.

       Eli Angus, 2, of Normal enjoys some apple pie at the Hometown Picnic at Naper Settlement in Naperville on Saturday.
    Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

  • Brothers Ryan Rodgers, 5, left, Leo, 3, and Miles, 1, of Lindenhurst watch as emergency vehicles pass in procession during the Lindenfest Parade in Lindenhurst on Saturday.

       Brothers Ryan Rodgers, 5, left, Leo, 3, and Miles, 1, of Lindenhurst watch as emergency vehicles pass in procession during the Lindenfest Parade in Lindenhurst on Saturday.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Elizabeth Johnson, 8, of Huntley, rises from the mud as her sister Annabel, 11, left, and friend Ava Ullrich, 9, also of Huntley, crawl under a tree limb in the Mud 'N Fun Viking Run at Good Templar Park in Geneva on Saturday. The trio had so much fun, they went through the mud a second time.

       Elizabeth Johnson, 8, of Huntley, rises from the mud as her sister Annabel, 11, left, and friend Ava Ullrich, 9, also of Huntley, crawl under a tree limb in the Mud 'N Fun Viking Run at Good Templar Park in Geneva on Saturday. The trio had so much fun, they went through the mud a second time.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

 

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