Floral calendar 2014, february
Mother and sons paying bills
Smiling teenagers in a car
A view inside the Solar Furnace.
Pam Tollard, aka the Tooth Fairy, reads the book "Open Wide," about taking care of your teeth, to Jaylyn Tyson, 5, her brother, Daryl Tyson Jr., 3, and their father, Daryl as they wait to see a dentist Monday at HealthLinc Community Health Center. HealthLinc participated in the American Dent…
Dr. Dean Webb prepares to look at 8-year-old Xander Leal's teeth Monday at The HealthLinc Community Health Center during The American Dental Association's Give Kids a Smile Day.
Rob Leal, left watches hygienist Brenda Gavin clean his 11-year-old son Isaiah's teeth Monday at HealthLinc Community Health Center in Valparaiso. The center saw more than 60 kids Monday as part of The American Dental Association's Give Kids a Smile Day.
Lance Baker, from left, Michael Mahler and Norm Boucher, bet on the green in "The Fox on the Fairway."
Evelyn and Willard Harmon, of Portage, join other seniors on the dance floor Tuesday at the Wicker Memorial Park Social Center. Evelyn made Willard's heart-spotted tie and handkerchief for him.
Frances and John Deasy, of Hammond, dance Tuesday at the valentine's dance for seniors at Wicker Memorial Park Social Center in Highland. The Deasys have been married for 63 years.
Peter Oprisko sings Tuesday during the North Township Senior Valentine Dinner Dance at the Wicker Memorial Park Social Center.
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