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Celebrating summer

Published: Thursday, June 12, 2014 5:30 a.m. CST • Updated: Tuesday, July 29, 2014 9:50 p.m. CST
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Roger Zielinski, of Lake Villa talks with judges Frank Loffredo, mayor of Lake Villa, and Jim McDonald, trustee, about his 1966 Cobra Replica as they walk around the Auto Show during the Celebration of Summer at Lehmann Park on Saturday in downtown Lake Villa.
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Dan Abelas, of Lake Villa, and his son, Vincent, 14, look at a 1997 Whizzer motor bike at the Auto Show during the Celebration of Summer at Lehmann Park on Saturday in downtown Lake Villa. The bike was owned by John Vandervalk, of Round Lake Beach.
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Kate Janda, of Grayslake and Heather Axen, of Lindenhurst sing with the country band, According to Kate, during the Celebration of Summer at Lehmann Park on Saturday in downtown Lake Villa.
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Jonah Armenta, 12, Round Lake Beach, and Aaron Elsing, 17, of Lake Villa, make Sno-Kones for Boy Scout Troop 188 during the Celebration of Summer at Lehmann Park on Saturday in downtown Lake Villa.
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Trent Adams, 18 months old, of Grayslake, dances with his father, Robbie, to music from the country band, According to Kate, during the Celebration of Summer at Lehmann Park on Saturday in downtown Lake Villa.
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Kyle Trampke, 9, of Antioch plays with a wrecking ball from Bella’s Bouncies during the Celebration of Summer at Lehmann Park on Saturday in downtown Lake Villa.
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John Petras, of Lincolnshire sits beside his 1957 Oldsmobile 98 at the Auto Show during the Celebration of Summer at Lehmann Park on June 7 in downtown Lake Villa.

LAKE VILLA – It took a while, but summer is here. And Lake Villa marked the coming of the warm season in style with the Celebration of Summer at Lehmann Park on Saturday.

The band, According to Kate, played, and a car show took place.

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