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Lindenfest!

Published: Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2014 7:30 a.m. CDT
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(Candace H. Johnson - For Shaw Media)
Peyton Lyndon, 9, of Antioch plays a basketball game for a prize during Lindenfest at the Lindenhurst Village Hall on Sunday.
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Annie Laurie Ziaja of Lindenhurst uses a magnifier to see her cards for a bingo game during Lindenfest at the Lindenhurst Village Hall on Sunday. Ziaja has been a Lindenhurst resident for 57 years.
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Dan Spannraft of Lake Villa and J. Bone of Antoch with the band, Six Speed Tranny, play their music during Battle of the Bands for Lindenfest at the Lindenhurst Village Hall. Scott Georgson of Antioch was also in the band as bass player and lead singer.
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Kari Raiman of Lindenhurst plays Bingo next to her daughter, Megan, 12, during Lindenfest at the Lindenhurst Village Hall.
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Monroe McIntosh of Mundelein gets ready to hit his target while playing in a bags competition during Lindenfest at the Lindenhurst Village Hall on Sunday. McIntosh's partner was Nikki Colson of Gurnee.
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Lilly Burdette, 11, and Emma Palmer, 7, newly crowned Lindenhurst queens, play with hula hoops during Lindenfest at the Lindenhurst Village Hall.

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