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A young girl twirls a colorful umbrella in the sunshine at Bartlett High School Tuesday.

 
A younger lady twirls a colourful umbrella within the sunshine at Bartlett Excessive College Tuesday.

John Starks | Employees Photographer


Kids shout for candy during Schaumburg's 48th annual Septemberfest Parade along Summit Drive Monday in Schaumburg.

 
Children shout for sweet throughout Schaumburg’s 48th annual Septemberfest Parade alongside Summit Drive Monday in Schaumburg.

Paul Valade | Employees Photographer


Todd Gully, of Elk Grove Village performs on his bicycle in the middle of Raupp Blvd. at the Buffalo Grove Days Parade Sunday morning, September 2, 2018. He rides with Flat 43 BMX in several parades annually.

 
Todd Gully, of Elk Grove Village performs on his bicycle in the course of Raupp Blvd. on the Buffalo Grove Days Parade Sunday morning, September 2, 2018. He rides with Flat 43 BMX in a number of parades yearly.

John Starks | Employees Photographer


Nadia Shams, of Grayslake talks with table mates during the Children of Abraham Coalition's 7th annual 9/11 interfaith Potluck For Peace Tuesday at St. Viator High School in Arlington Heights.

 
Nadia Shams, of Grayslake talks with desk mates in the course of the Youngsters of Abraham Coalition’s seventh annual 9/11 interfaith Potluck For Peace Tuesday at St. Viator Excessive College in Arlington Heights.

Steve Lundy | Employees Photographer


Jim Gathman, 89, moved into The Greens senior living community in Elgin about two years ago. Staff members joked that he'd be popular because he owned a car and could still drive. But much to the chagrin of his lady fans, Gathman soon was off the market after falling hard for his fellow resident Carolyn Rohde, 82.

 
Jim Gathman, 89, moved into The Greens senior dwelling group in Elgin about two years in the past. Employees members joked that he’d be well-liked as a result of he owned a automobile and will nonetheless drive. However a lot to the chagrin of his woman followers, Gathman quickly was off the market after falling laborious for his fellow resident Carolyn Rohde, 82.

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Rick West | Employees Photographer


Jim Loverdi, left, boxes out friend Ed Schaefer, both of Schaumburg, as candy is tossed from a float during the 48th annual Septemberfest Parade Monday along Summit Drive in Schaumburg.

 
Jim Loverdi, left, bins out pal Ed Schaefer, each of Schaumburg, as sweet is tossed from a float in the course of the 48th annual Septemberfest Parade Monday alongside Summit Drive in Schaumburg.

Paul Valade | Employees Photographer


Erik Delgado, left, Connor Kotzenberg, middle, and Jared Cihler, right, play foosball in Katzenberg's driveway as the Buffalo Grove Days Parade ambles past on Raupp Blvd. Sunday morning, September 2, 2018.

 
Erik Delgado, left, Connor Kotzenberg, center, and Jared Cihler, proper, play foosball in Katzenberg’s driveway because the Buffalo Grove Days Parade ambles previous on Raupp Blvd. Sunday morning, September 2, 2018.

John Starks | Employees Photographer


Penny Kahn, of Buffalo Grove holds up Brody Menolascino, 1, of Arlington Heights to touch the Stanley Cup, which made a somewhat surprise visit to The Original Granny's restaurant in Wheeling, courtesy of Lake Zurich's Steve Richmond. He is the Washington's Capitals director of player development who was enjoying his day with the cup at his favorite breakfast spot.

 
Penny Kahn, of Buffalo Grove holds up Brody Menolascino, 1, of Arlington Heights to the touch the Stanley Cup, which made a considerably shock go to to The Unique Granny’s restaurant in Wheeling, courtesy of Lake Zurich’s Steve Richmond. He’s the Washington’s Capitals director of participant growth who was having fun with his day with the cup at his favourite breakfast spot.

Mark Welsh | Employees Photographer


Washington Capitals director of player development Steve Richmond enjoyed his day with the Stanley Cup Tuesday in the suburbs by toting it to at Consume in his hometown of Lake Zurich among other places.

 
Washington Capitals director of participant growth Steve Richmond loved his day with the Stanley Cup Tuesday within the suburbs by toting it to at Eat in his hometown of Lake Zurich amongst different locations.

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Brian Hill | Employees Photographer


About 40 parking spaces at Libertyville High School are painted by seniors who enrolled in a carpooling program for the 2018-19 term and were able to paint their assigned parking spots.

 
About 40 parking areas at Libertyville Excessive College are painted by seniors who enrolled in a carpooling program for the 2018-19 time period and had been capable of paint their assigned parking spots.

Steve Lundy | Employees Photographer


Fresh fruit is prepared for students at the Elgin Area School District U-46's new commissary located in a 40,000-square-foot former warehouse on 1150 Bowes Road in Elgin.

 
Contemporary fruit is ready for college students on the Elgin Space College District U-46’s new commissary positioned in a 40,000-square-foot former warehouse on 1150 Bowes Highway in Elgin.

Brian Hill | Employees Photographer


David Schrader plays an 1890s street organ, known as a Kalliorgel, as Lainie, Racheal and Jeanie Reed, of Warrenville watch and listen at the West Chicago Country Days Festival at Kline Creek Farm in West Chicago Sunday, September 2, 2018.

 
David Schrader performs an 1890s road organ, often called a Kalliorgel, as Lainie, Racheal and Jeanie Reed, of Warrenville watch and hear on the West Chicago Nation Days Pageant at Kline Creek Farm in West Chicago Sunday, September 2, 2018.

John Starks | Employees Photographer


Flowers lay near the Office Friendly statue in Naperville in honor of the late Mayor George Pradel.

 
Flowers lay close to the Workplace Pleasant statue in Naperville in honor of the late Mayor George Pradel.

Bev Horne | Employees Photographer


Chicago resident Rose Marie Love, 13, dances along to the music Monday during Long Grove's Irish Days, a celebration of Irish culture, music, food, and drink.

 
Chicago resident Rose Marie Love, 13, dances alongside to the music Monday throughout Lengthy Grove’s Irish Days, a celebration of Irish tradition, music, meals, and drink.

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Paul Valade | Employees Photographer


Lana Roulo, of Hinsdale dodges raindrops as she carries a cabernet to her table Friday during the Festival of the Vine in Geneva.

 
Lana Roulo, of Hinsdale dodges raindrops as she carries a cabernet to her desk Friday in the course of the Pageant of the Vine in Geneva.

Brian Hill | Employees Photographer


Simba, a 2-year-old golden Labrador retriever has been employed by the Lake County Public Defenders Office as a way to comfort teens in juvenile court. It's the first dog employed by a public defenders office in the nation.

 
Simba, a 2-year-old golden Labrador retriever has been employed by the Lake County Public Defenders Workplace as a method to consolation teenagers in juvenile court docket. It is the primary canine employed by a public defenders workplace within the nation.

Steve Lundy | Employees Photographer


Artist Giuseppe Percivati is painting a large mural on the east side of the Area General Store at 18 E. Park St. in Mundelein. The village board commissioned the mural, which will spell out the town's name and creature elements representing Mundelein.

 
Artist Giuseppe Percivati is portray a big mural on the east aspect of the Space Common Retailer at 18 E. Park St. in Mundelein. The village board commissioned the mural, which can spell out the city’s title and creature components representing Mundelein.

Joe Lewnard | Employees Photographer

        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        



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