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Matthew Czyzewski, 12, from South Middle School of Arlington Heights belts out the notes with the rest of his trumpet playing band members at the 21st annual Jazz Jamboree at Thomas Middle School in Arlington Heights.
  Matthew Czyzewski, 12, from South Middle School of Arlington Heights belts out the notes with the rest of his trumpet playing band members at the 21st annual Jazz Jamboree at Thomas Middle School in Arlington Heights.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Kids get a gander at a pig named Pippa as animal trainer Mary Ann Gawlik and her daughter Meredith of Animal Quest in Antioch, talked to kids during Career Day at Rockland School in Libertyville Friday.
  Kids get a gander at a pig named Pippa as animal trainer Mary Ann Gawlik and her daughter Meredith of Animal Quest in Antioch, talked to kids during Career Day at Rockland School in Libertyville Friday.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Brody Roybal, 19, of North Lake, right, rests on his sled after practice at the West Meadows Ice Arena in Rolling Meadows. The 2018 Paralympic Winter Games will be in South Korea in March and that is where he and the rest of his teammates will go for the gold in sled hockey.
  Brody Roybal, 19, of North Lake, right, rests on his sled after practice at the West Meadows Ice Arena in Rolling Meadows. The 2018 Paralympic Winter Games will be in South Korea in March and that is where he and the rest of his teammates will go for the gold in sled hockey.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Kay Karabin gets a surprise as she celebrates her 100th birthday at Heritage Woods of South Elgin Monday. Administrator Scott Cozza dressed in drag to surprise her. "I did once before for something here and she loved it and always talked about it," Cozza said. "So I figured for her 100th I'd do it again."
  Kay Karabin gets a surprise as she celebrates her 100th birthday at Heritage Woods of South Elgin Monday. Administrator Scott Cozza dressed in drag to surprise her. "I did once before for something here and she loved it and always talked about it," Cozza said. "So I figured for her 100th I'd do it again."
Rick West | Staff Photographer
Wanting to get a better view of the stage, Anne Hennessy, of Oak Park peeks through a chain-link fence separating crowds at the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park.
  Wanting to get a better view of the stage, Anne Hennessy, of Oak Park peeks through a chain-link fence separating crowds at the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Lynn Steffen, of Arlington Heights samples the Moscato d'Asti white wine at the Metropolis Wine Tasting Fundraiser in downtown Arlington Heights.
  Lynn Steffen, of Arlington Heights samples the Moscato d'Asti white wine at the Metropolis Wine Tasting Fundraiser in downtown Arlington Heights.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Mary Ann Duda, of Lombard and her son Cash, 6, look through a raptor tube at the Willowbrook Wildlife Center. The tube simulates silouettes of various raptors and how they appear while flying in the sky.
  Mary Ann Duda, of Lombard and her son Cash, 6, look through a raptor tube at the Willowbrook Wildlife Center. The tube simulates silouettes of various raptors and how they appear while flying in the sky.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Matt Kisselberg, 12, of Mundelein bangs out the notes on the drums with the rest of his band members from the Fremont School 7th grade at the 21st annual Jazz Jamboree at Thomas Middle School in Arlington Heights on Saturday.
  Matt Kisselberg, 12, of Mundelein bangs out the notes on the drums with the rest of his band members from the Fremont School 7th grade at the 21st annual Jazz Jamboree at Thomas Middle School in Arlington Heights on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
A snowman leans to the side as it stands on Butler Lake in Libertyville. Warmer weather could mean curtains for the snowman after the next couple of days.
  A snowman leans to the side as it stands on Butler Lake in Libertyville. Warmer weather could mean curtains for the snowman after the next couple of days.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
A Zenith SW and AM transoceanic Model H500 radio is among the items being displayed for sale by Jerry Ehlers of Dubuque, Iowa, during the Wheaton Hamfest, a ham radio, computer and hobby electronics fleamarket, held at the Kane County Fiargrounds in St. Charles.
  A Zenith SW and AM transoceanic Model H500 radio is among the items being displayed for sale by Jerry Ehlers of Dubuque, Iowa, during the Wheaton Hamfest, a ham radio, computer and hobby electronics fleamarket, held at the Kane County Fiargrounds in St. Charles.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Frank Del Giudice, of Hoffman Estates tows his radio-control aircraft through a patch of melting snow as he heads toward his van following a flight at the Cook County Forest Preserve's Poplar Creek flying field in Hoffman Estates.
  Frank Del Giudice, of Hoffman Estates tows his radio-control aircraft through a patch of melting snow as he heads toward his van following a flight at the Cook County Forest Preserve's Poplar Creek flying field in Hoffman Estates.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Nancy Curran, of Montgomery helps Beck Reynolds of Belvidere, pick out a pattern for a jacket Saturday during the American Heritage Living History Show at the Kane County Fair Grounds in St. Charles. The show was a pre-1890's Artisan and Craftsman trade fair open to the public and featuring 62 vendors, clubs and demonstrators.
  Nancy Curran, of Montgomery helps Beck Reynolds of Belvidere, pick out a pattern for a jacket Saturday during the American Heritage Living History Show at the Kane County Fair Grounds in St. Charles. The show was a pre-1890's Artisan and Craftsman trade fair open to the public and featuring 62 vendors, clubs and demonstrators.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Dawnn Basaraba, of Carol Stream, enjoys the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park Saturday. She rallied with several political groups from DuPage County.
  Dawnn Basaraba, of Carol Stream, enjoys the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park Saturday. She rallied with several political groups from DuPage County.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Wauconda resident Roberta Bragg heads into the Wauconda Area Library using the steps that are in need of repair. Changes to the entrance are in the works for the library.
  Wauconda resident Roberta Bragg heads into the Wauconda Area Library using the steps that are in need of repair. Changes to the entrance are in the works for the library.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Joshua Misiewicz, 29, of La Grange, right, gets checked to the ice with a hit by his teammate during practice at the West Meadows Ice Arena in Rolling Meadows. The 2018 Paralympic Winter Games will be in South Korea in March and that is where they will go for the gold in sled hockey.
  Joshua Misiewicz, 29, of La Grange, right, gets checked to the ice with a hit by his teammate during practice at the West Meadows Ice Arena in Rolling Meadows. The 2018 Paralympic Winter Games will be in South Korea in March and that is where they will go for the gold in sled hockey.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Eighth grade social studies teacher Kathryn Balmes served soup to her student, Anna Palianichka at Hawthorn Middle School North in Vernon Hills on Monday. Teachers and students served soup and bread during the annual Great Depression Soup Kitchen event to give students an understanding of the plight of the homeless.
  Eighth grade social studies teacher Kathryn Balmes served soup to her student, Anna Palianichka at Hawthorn Middle School North in Vernon Hills on Monday. Teachers and students served soup and bread during the annual Great Depression Soup Kitchen event to give students an understanding of the plight of the homeless.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Marc Levin, left, of ShelfGenie, Elk Grove Village, talks about the company's product line with Megan and Douglas Newton of Volo, during the Lake County Home Improvement Expo at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Grayslake.
  Marc Levin, left, of ShelfGenie, Elk Grove Village, talks about the company's product line with Megan and Douglas Newton of Volo, during the Lake County Home Improvement Expo at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Grayslake.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Northwest Community Healthcare in Arlington Heights celebrated its $1 million Wellness Center renovation, which added 100 new pieces of equipment and 5,000 square feet of training area space.
  Northwest Community Healthcare in Arlington Heights celebrated its $1 million Wellness Center renovation, which added 100 new pieces of equipment and 5,000 square feet of training area space.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Young girls stand at the base of a large video screen, projecting the speakers on stage a block away, at the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park.
  Young girls stand at the base of a large video screen, projecting the speakers on stage a block away, at the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Bald eagles gather along the Fox River in Geneva.
  Bald eagles gather along the Fox River in Geneva.
Jeff Knox | Staff Photographer
Gurnee Police Ofc. Frank Renteria reads "Read All About It" by Laura Bush and Jenna Bush to 4th and 5th grade students at Woodland Intermediate School in Gurnee as part of National Reading Day. Members of the police and fire departments, school principals and mayors took time out to read to students.
  Gurnee Police Ofc. Frank Renteria reads "Read All About It" by Laura Bush and Jenna Bush to 4th and 5th grade students at Woodland Intermediate School in Gurnee as part of National Reading Day. Members of the police and fire departments, school principals and mayors took time out to read to students.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Grayslake resident June Smith walks her dog, Fitz, through the snow-covered trees Tuesday at the Independence Grove Dog Exercise Area near Libertyville. About three inches of snow fell overnight creating a winter wonderland throughout Lake County.
  Grayslake resident June Smith walks her dog, Fitz, through the snow-covered trees Tuesday at the Independence Grove Dog Exercise Area near Libertyville. About three inches of snow fell overnight creating a winter wonderland throughout Lake County.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Members of the Stoner family, Corey, 16, mother Diane and father Bob with their dog, Hope, who has life saving cancer treatment paid for with help from  Magic Bullet.
  Members of the Stoner family, Corey, 16, mother Diane and father Bob with their dog, Hope, who has life saving cancer treatment paid for with help from Magic Bullet.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Maya Mitckess, 13, left, explains her project on artificial coral to younger students as 7th and 8th grade students at Quest Academy participated in a science fair Thursday in Palatine.
  Maya Mitckess, 13, left, explains her project on artificial coral to younger students as 7th and 8th grade students at Quest Academy participated in a science fair Thursday in Palatine.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
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