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Thursday shindig

Published: Thursday, Aug. 7, 2014 5:30 a.m. CDT
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Sheila Pepple, of Gurnee, featured singer with the Blooze Brothers band, sings for the crowd during the It’s Thursday Concert Series at the William E. Brook Memorial Entertainment Center on July 31 in Antioch.
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Laddie Korecek, of Antioch holds his dog, Dawson, while he sits next to his wife, Judy, their other dog, Wrigley, Kelly Wells, of Antioch and her mother, Dale, as they listen to the Barstool Solders during the It’s Thursday Concert Series at the William E. Brook Memorial Entertainment Center on July 31 in Antioch.
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Paul Heyer of Antioch dances with his daughter, Elsa, 6, to the music of the Blooze Brothers, during the It’s Thursday Concert Series at the William E. Brook Memorial Entertainment Center on July 31 in Antioch.
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Trenton Schlappi, 5, of Antioch sits in a Pavement Sprint Car owned by Frank Moser, of Antioch, during the Classic and Custom Car Show featured along with the It’s Thursday Concert Series at the William E. Brook Memorial Entertainment Center on July 31 in Antioch.
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Chuck Little and John Aguila, with the band, the Blooze Brothers, sing rhythm and blues for the crowd during the It’s Thursday Concert Series at the William E. Brook Memorial Entertainment Center on July 31 in Antioch.
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Laverne Thompson, of Antioch buys some snapdragon flowers from the Natural Environments stand at the Antioch Farmer’s Market on the corner of Main and Depot streets on July 31.
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Katie Collins, of Antioch (center) holds her sons, Liam, 4, and Jackson Magrady, 1, as they look at the interior of a 1958 Pontiac Bonneville during the Classic and Custom Car Show featured along with the It’s Thursday Concert Series at the William E. Brook Memorial Entertainment Center on July 31 in Antioch. The car was owned by Bill Creaney, of Antioch.

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