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Pre-fireworks party

Published: Thursday, July 10, 2014 2:30 p.m. CDT
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Laurie Doheny and Gary Swegle, both of Lakemoor, talk with Donna Baseley, of Wauconda during Wauconda’s Independence Day Fireworks Celebration in Cook Park. Baseley, a NISP Ambassador Queen of Queens, was collecting money for the Wauconda fireworks.
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Khyle Uribe, Billy Kerbs, both of Wauconda and Brady Skinger, of Island Lake, all 15, have fun dancing during Wauconda’s Independence Day Fireworks Celebration in Cook Park. The music was provided by Wayne Ewing Variety Entertainment.
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Bob Pruchniak of Harvard dances to the song, YMCA, during Wauconda’s Independence Day Fireworks Celebration in Cook Park. The music was provided by Wayne Ewing Variety Entertainment.
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Aurora Zimmerman, 16, and Danielle Schmidt, 17, both of Wauconda, watch Micah Brame, 17, of Libertyville do a magic trick with his twin brother, Jonah, by his side as they wait to see the fireworks during Wauconda’s Independence Day Fireworks Celebration in Cook Park.
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Family and friends watch the fireworks during Wauconda’s Independence Day Fireworks Celebration in Cook Park.

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