Peter Zarantonello, right, has a quick eye check by Patrick Ferguson at the fair Thursday. The event was sponsored by the mayor's senior health advisory committee.
Laurie Wehner-Evans gives a blood sugar screening to Joyce Vinyard, of Griffith, at the Portage Senior Fair on Thursday. The event was sponsored by the Mayor's Advisory Committee on Senior Services.
Gene Shayotovich of Merrillville gets a massage from Barbara J. Loeffler at the Portage Senior Fair.
Denise Wright, right, of Junior Achievement, teaches a group of girls about budgeting at the Money Smart Resource Fair at Indiana University Northwest on Saturday.
Family Nutrition Adviser Maria Turpin, of the Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service, discusses healthy eating on a budget at the Money Smart Resource Fair at Indiana University Northwest on Saturday.
Evelyn Resto, of Valparaiso, works on completing a job application Wednesday at the Ivy Tech Community College Valparaiso campus during the Career Fair. Resto, a student at Ivy Tech, graduates in the spring, and is hoping to land a job in banking or finance.
Nearly two dozen businesses with representatives greet prospective job candidates Wednesday during a career fair at Ivy Tech Community College Valparaiso Campus.
Fourth-grader John Holland stands near his science project "Does Bleach or Vaseline Preserve a Jack-o-lantern Better?" during the Saylor Elementary School science fair Monday in South Haven. Howell found out that Vaseline preserved a carved-out pumpkin longer.
Saylor Elementary School fourth-grader Diamond Howell talks Monday about her science project, "Which Drinks Do the Most Damage to Your Teeth?" Howell will be moving on to the district science fair.
Saylor Elementary School fourth-grader Maverik Nelson talks Monday about his science project examining how high a racquet ball will bounce based on temperature. Nelson and four others at Saylor Elementary will be moving on to attend the district science fair.
Kathy Spicer, Indiana University Northwest admission counselor, talks with student Cassandra Carrillo during the Urban League's Scholarship Fair at the Genesis Center in Gary.
Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson speaks Thursday to students attending the Urban League's Scholarship Fair at the Genesis Center in Gary.
Morris Smith, a Banneker Honors Achievement Center student, left, talks with Gina Willis, an Ivy Tech admission counselor, during Thursday's Scholarship Fair at the Genesis Center in Gary.
Students browse various college booths Thursday at the Urban League's Scholarship Fair at the Genesis Center in Gary2.
Alexander Clinton, a Wirt-Emerson Visual and Performing Arts Academy student, fills-out an information card for Brown Mackie College during the Urban League's Scholarship Fair in Gary.
SCHERERVILLE | The Schererville Parks Department is seeking vendors for its upcoming Country-a-Fair event.
Stone Ridge training center owner Dave DeWell rides a 4-year-old stallion named Cbar at the center in Hebron.
Stone Ridge training center owner Dave DeWell washes a stallion named Cbar last week at the center in Hebron.
Stone Ridge training center owner Dave DeWell unsaddles a 4-year-old stallion named Cbar at the center in Hebron.
Stone Ridge training center owner Dave DeWell stands Wednesday with a 4-year-old stallion named Cbar.
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