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Adrian Pacheco, left, and Xavier Guadarrama, both 8 and from Vernon Hills, compete in a hula hoop contest during a Latin American carnival called La Kermés at Hawthorn School of Dual Language Friday night in Vernon Hills.
  Adrian Pacheco, left, and Xavier Guadarrama, both 8 and from Vernon Hills, compete in a hula hoop contest during a Latin American carnival called La Kermés at Hawthorn School of Dual Language Friday night in Vernon Hills.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Chicago Dogs left-handed pitcher Tommy Thorpe plays catch with Jack O'Connor, 3, of Park Ridge during an open house at Impact Field in Rosemont.
  Chicago Dogs left-handed pitcher Tommy Thorpe plays catch with Jack O'Connor, 3, of Park Ridge during an open house at Impact Field in Rosemont.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Bison calves can walk as early as one hour after being born. These calves are at Fermi Lab in Batavia.
  Bison calves can walk as early as one hour after being born. These calves are at Fermi Lab in Batavia.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
The Waubonsie Valley High School Wind Ensemble practices at the school in Aurora. They recently won the SuperState band competition.
  The Waubonsie Valley High School Wind Ensemble practices at the school in Aurora. They recently won the SuperState band competition.
Bev Horne | Staff Photographer
A male red wing blackbird tries to get noticed Wednesday as he perches on top of spring growth outside the Wing Park Pool in Elgin.
  A male red wing blackbird tries to get noticed Wednesday as he perches on top of spring growth outside the Wing Park Pool in Elgin.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Arnie Uhlig, of the Palatine Rotary Club picks up an old golf ball at an organized cleanup effort at the Riemer Reservoir in Palatine. Several service groups spent the afternoon there.
  Arnie Uhlig, of the Palatine Rotary Club picks up an old golf ball at an organized cleanup effort at the Riemer Reservoir in Palatine. Several service groups spent the afternoon there.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Kathleen Gomez is named 2018 Lilac Queen at Lilacia Park in Lombard on Saturday. On the left is 2016 queen Hadley Hill and on the right is Sue Horner taking off her old tiara to replace with the crown.
  Kathleen Gomez is named 2018 Lilac Queen at Lilacia Park in Lombard on Saturday. On the left is 2016 queen Hadley Hill and on the right is Sue Horner taking off her old tiara to replace with the crown.
Bev Horne | Staff Photographer
Lauren Bennett, of Antioch chooses from the many wheelbarrows filled with tools that will be used to clean up and spruce up Centennial Park in Antioch. The members are from the NorthBridge Church in Antioch participating in the ShareFest project on Saturday.
  Lauren Bennett, of Antioch chooses from the many wheelbarrows filled with tools that will be used to clean up and spruce up Centennial Park in Antioch. The members are from the NorthBridge Church in Antioch participating in the ShareFest project on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Hard worker Jadyn Roberts, 7, of Antioch takes a break from his role in the cleanup in Centennial Park in Antioch to cool off. The members are from the NorthBridge Church in Antioch participating in the ShareFest project on Saturday.
  Hard worker Jadyn Roberts, 7, of Antioch takes a break from his role in the cleanup in Centennial Park in Antioch to cool off. The members are from the NorthBridge Church in Antioch participating in the ShareFest project on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Chris Hunka, of Elmhurst looks at metal artwork from AJ's Copper Garden while attending the 22nd annual Art in Wilder Park event in Elmhurst on Sunday, May 6, 2018.
  Chris Hunka, of Elmhurst looks at metal artwork from AJ's Copper Garden while attending the 22nd annual Art in Wilder Park event in Elmhurst on Sunday, May 6, 2018.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
John Kost, of Western Springs pets "Ce Ce" the pony during the 3rd annual Pancakes for Ponies at the St. Charles Moose Lodge to raise money for Casey's Safe Haven in Elburn.
  John Kost, of Western Springs pets "Ce Ce" the pony during the 3rd annual Pancakes for Ponies at the St. Charles Moose Lodge to raise money for Casey's Safe Haven in Elburn.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Ice cream truck owner Jim Cremeens waits for a customer's order on the west side of Elgin Monday. Monday was the first day that an ice cream truck was legal on the streets of Elgin after a 45-year-ban ended last month.
  Ice cream truck owner Jim Cremeens waits for a customer's order on the west side of Elgin Monday. Monday was the first day that an ice cream truck was legal on the streets of Elgin after a 45-year-ban ended last month.
Rick West | Staff Photographer
Four-year-old David Tong pose for his mom Mary Tong of Naperville, in a dump truck at the Wonderful World of Wheels in Naperville on Monday. The event, put on by the park district, allows preschoolers to see a variety of vehicles such as buses, police and fire vehicles, dump trucks and the Naperville trolley.
  Four-year-old David Tong pose for his mom Mary Tong of Naperville, in a dump truck at the Wonderful World of Wheels in Naperville on Monday. The event, put on by the park district, allows preschoolers to see a variety of vehicles such as buses, police and fire vehicles, dump trucks and the Naperville trolley.
Bev Horne | Staff Photographer
Nick Spracklen, of Pana takes his turn during the World Automobile Auctioneers Championship at Adesa Chicago in Hoffman Estates Friday.
  Nick Spracklen, of Pana takes his turn during the World Automobile Auctioneers Championship at Adesa Chicago in Hoffman Estates Friday.
Rick West | Staff Photographer
Kathleen Jones and her daughter Brianna, 17, box together at Charley & Co. Boxing Club in Oswego. Brianna uses a combination to find an opening for a punch.
  Kathleen Jones and her daughter Brianna, 17, box together at Charley & Co. Boxing Club in Oswego. Brianna uses a combination to find an opening for a punch.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
A large selection of French marigolds were on hand at College of Lake County's 2018 Annual Spring Plant Sale Held at the college's greenhouse at the Grayslake Campus. Master gardener and sale volunteer Mary Zorc, center, helps shoppers Thursday at the sale.
  A large selection of French marigolds were on hand at College of Lake County's 2018 Annual Spring Plant Sale Held at the college's greenhouse at the Grayslake Campus. Master gardener and sale volunteer Mary Zorc, center, helps shoppers Thursday at the sale.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Highland Elementary School English Language Learners teacher Barbara Toth reads a story to her students Thursday in Elgin. Toth is retiring at the end of the school year. She has been with U-46 since 1985
  Highland Elementary School English Language Learners teacher Barbara Toth reads a story to her students Thursday in Elgin. Toth is retiring at the end of the school year. She has been with U-46 since 1985
Rick West | Staff Photographer
Creekside Elementary School first-grade teacher Nancy Stade reads to her class in Elgin Thursday. Stade will be retiring at the end of the school year after 34 years with U-46.
  Creekside Elementary School first-grade teacher Nancy Stade reads to her class in Elgin Thursday. Stade will be retiring at the end of the school year after 34 years with U-46.
Rick West | Staff Photographer

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