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Aaron Kras prepares a batch of fresh ocean perch at Knights of Columbus Hall in East Chicago.
Rose Bobby helps serve dinners at East Chicago's Knights of Columbus Hall.
Nathan Kras lays out battered frog legs on a tray of seafood.
Fried shrimp and fish dinners star at local fish frys.
Lincoln's Tomb in Springfield, Ill.
The Wolffgang choir performing at the Lansing Autumn Fest in October. The group often performs for senior and veteran groups around the Region.
The Wolffgang Choir after a performance at the 4th annual Veteran Appreciation Dinner in Lansing last April.
Members of the Wolffgang Choir perform at the Lansing Autumn fest in October.
Picking strawberries remains one of the family bonding activities during the summer.
Miranda (left) and Molly Norwalk, of Crown Point, enjoy an afternoon of strawberry picking at Johnson's Farm Produce.
Strawberries are still available for picking at area U-Pick farms.
New Buffalo Public Beach offers a playground area only a few steps from the shoreline.
Buckets and sand toys are essential when heading for a family day at the beach.
Indiana Dunes State Park offers one half-mile of swimming area.
Indiana Dunes State Park in Chesterton is one of many natural resources Northwest Indiana can point to as a landmark for the region. It recently was named one of the most family friendly beaches in the nation.
More home cooks are making use of the Internet, cell phones and other technologies to prepare meals.
The replica of the PIllars of Honor in Washington, D.C., was unveiled Sunday at Thornton Fractional South High School in Lansing during the Autumn Fest.
Joe Wells of Chicago Heights with a scrapbook that includes war bond materials.
Virginia Schassburger of Lansing showing a scrapbook of her husband's service in the Marines during World War II.
PVT 132 Infantry Edward Schultz served in World War I.
The parade typically hosts 120 entries, ranging from local royalty to school bands to tractors to antique cars.
The Three Oaks Flag Day parade is a continuation of a tradition started in 1953 that remains a small-town main street display of patriotic spirit.
Outgoing 2009-10 Co-President Toni Szklarski received the Lansing Junior Woman's Club's Junior of the Year award for her contributions. She received a certificate and gift card.
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