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Kids play Bubble Soccer during Gurnee Days Friday in Viking Park.
  Kids play Bubble Soccer during Gurnee Days Friday in Viking Park.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Campton Hills resident Wendy Waddick has been raising monarch butterflies for years to help the endangered species and environment. She has a butterfly house that her husband built with lots of chrysalises ready to emerge as butterflies, caterpillars and butterflies she tags to keep track of their migration.
  Campton Hills resident Wendy Waddick has been raising monarch butterflies for years to help the endangered species and environment. She has a butterfly house that her husband built with lots of chrysalises ready to emerge as butterflies, caterpillars and butterflies she tags to keep track of their migration.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Stone Meyers, 7, reaches for the climbing wall on his way to the top at the Kane County Sheriff's Department on RT. 38 in Geneva for the National Night Out event Tuesday. He is from St. Charles and was "on a mission" to make it all the way up.
  Stone Meyers, 7, reaches for the climbing wall on his way to the top at the Kane County Sheriff's Department on RT. 38 in Geneva for the National Night Out event Tuesday. He is from St. Charles and was "on a mission" to make it all the way up.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Mundelein High School Link Crew member Kimberly Barr, a senior, guides a group of freshman through the orientation process Wednesday at the school. Incoming freshman received their schedules and Chromebook, took a tour and had their student ID photo taken.
  Mundelein High School Link Crew member Kimberly Barr, a senior, guides a group of freshman through the orientation process Wednesday at the school. Incoming freshman received their schedules and Chromebook, took a tour and had their student ID photo taken.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Fiona Youngman, 8, of Gurnee, tests her skills on one of the courses at Friday's Gurnee Police Department Bike Rodeo. The event is part of the Gurnee Days festival and was held at Gurnee Fire Station #1.
  Fiona Youngman, 8, of Gurnee, tests her skills on one of the courses at Friday's Gurnee Police Department Bike Rodeo. The event is part of the Gurnee Days festival and was held at Gurnee Fire Station #1.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Skyler Randolph, 18, of Lake Villa eyes her deep fried Oreos with anticipation on the first day of Lindenfest in Lindenhurst.
  Skyler Randolph, 18, of Lake Villa eyes her deep fried Oreos with anticipation on the first day of Lindenfest in Lindenhurst.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Owner Mark Glavin shoots in one of the private shooting lanes at the state of the art shooting range at Fox Valley Shooting Range in Elgin.
  Owner Mark Glavin shoots in one of the private shooting lanes at the state of the art shooting range at Fox Valley Shooting Range in Elgin.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Kiersten Peryer, 17, of Lindenhurst, in her ruby red shoes walks the runway as she competes with other young ladies for the Miss Lindenhurst 2018 title.
  Kiersten Peryer, 17, of Lindenhurst, in her ruby red shoes walks the runway as she competes with other young ladies for the Miss Lindenhurst 2018 title.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Sue Ward, of Elgin checks out some glass work during the annual Art and Soul on the Fox in downtown Elgin Saturday.
  Sue Ward, of Elgin checks out some glass work during the annual Art and Soul on the Fox in downtown Elgin Saturday.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Joanna Mattaliano, 30, of Huntley dressed as a water fairy at the World of Faeries Festival in South Elgin.
  Joanna Mattaliano, 30, of Huntley dressed as a water fairy at the World of Faeries Festival in South Elgin.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Alexis Somera, 6, of Morton Grove performs as part of the Thai Cultural and Fine Arts Institute of Chicago at the Destination Asia Festival held at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle.
  Alexis Somera, 6, of Morton Grove performs as part of the Thai Cultural and Fine Arts Institute of Chicago at the Destination Asia Festival held at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Aggie Nowacka, 20, of Schaumburg, left, and Rebekah Frano, 25, of Barrington feast on some of the food available during the Little Italy Fest-West in Addison.
  Aggie Nowacka, 20, of Schaumburg, left, and Rebekah Frano, 25, of Barrington feast on some of the food available during the Little Italy Fest-West in Addison.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Cubby, one of the four dogs brought by Sandy Kamen Wisniewski of the Animal Education and Rescue (AEAR) in Libertyville, gets a closer look at the kids attending the program Monday, July 9 at the Ela Area Public Library in Lake Zurich.
  Cubby, one of the four dogs brought by Sandy Kamen Wisniewski of the Animal Education and Rescue (AEAR) in Libertyville, gets a closer look at the kids attending the program Monday, July 9 at the Ela Area Public Library in Lake Zurich.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Pens are lined up waiting for Gov. Bruce Rauner to sign House Bill 5123 in Wheaton. The governor uses each pen to sign the bill, then they are handed out for souvenirs.
  Pens are lined up waiting for Gov. Bruce Rauner to sign House Bill 5123 in Wheaton. The governor uses each pen to sign the bill, then they are handed out for souvenirs.
Bev Horne | Staff Photographer
Jonathan Sweeney, of Belvedere poses by the Oscar Meyer Weiner Mobile during National Night Out at North School Park in Arlington Heights Tuesday.
  Jonathan Sweeney, of Belvedere poses by the Oscar Meyer Weiner Mobile during National Night Out at North School Park in Arlington Heights Tuesday.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
A small group of people peek through the fence to see three elk in Busse Woods in Elk Grove Village. Half the herd died last year, prompting the suspension and discipline of workers who were supposed to care for the animals and new policies aimed at improving their care.
  A small group of people peek through the fence to see three elk in Busse Woods in Elk Grove Village. Half the herd died last year, prompting the suspension and discipline of workers who were supposed to care for the animals and new policies aimed at improving their care.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Anuva Shandilya, 17, gets help from her brother, Daksh, 13, sorting through some of the sports equipment she has collected through her nonprofit organization, Chance For Sports, in Naperville.
  Anuva Shandilya, 17, gets help from her brother, Daksh, 13, sorting through some of the sports equipment she has collected through her nonprofit organization, Chance For Sports, in Naperville.
Bev Horne | Staff Photographer
Wauconda's Chief of Police David Wermes braves the cold waters of the dunk tank during the National Night Out event Tuesday in Cook Park.
  Wauconda's Chief of Police David Wermes braves the cold waters of the dunk tank during the National Night Out event Tuesday in Cook Park.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Michael Pfaff, site section group leader, talks about the bison to students in the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Accelerators Program, Wednesday. The program includes students from Metea Valley, East Aurora and West Chicago high schools.
  Michael Pfaff, site section group leader, talks about the bison to students in the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Accelerators Program, Wednesday. The program includes students from Metea Valley, East Aurora and West Chicago high schools.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Artist Matthew Hoffman and others gather around his "loveevenmore" sculpture at the West Chicago Public Library Wednesday evening.
  Artist Matthew Hoffman and others gather around his "loveevenmore" sculpture at the West Chicago Public Library Wednesday evening.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Jason Golaszewski and Grason Dobberstein, of Midwest Tents set up for Lakemoor Fest Thursday.
  Jason Golaszewski and Grason Dobberstein, of Midwest Tents set up for Lakemoor Fest Thursday.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
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