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Lindenhurst Earth Day celebrates great outdoors

Published: Tuesday, April 29, 2014 1:08 p.m. CDT • Updated: Friday, July 25, 2014 4:42 a.m. CDT
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Ethan Honey, 5, of Gurnee stands by his sister Evelyn, 4, as she takes basil seeds from Julie Kwasiborski, of Bristol, Wis., president of WeeBits, to plant them in a pot during Earth Day at the village of Lindenhurst Public Works on April 26.
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Ayudh Pati, 3, and his uncle, Ashwan, both of Lindenhurst, play with a kite during the eighth Annual Kite Fly “Flying for Kids” at Slove Park during Earth Day on April 26 in Lindenhurst.
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(Candace H.Johnson)
Emily Forsberg, 2, of Lindenhurst pets Whisper, a two-year-old Greyhound, representing USA Dog during Earth Day at the Village of Lindenhurst Public Works on April 26.
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Aubrey Stone, 3, of Lindenhurst makes a bird feeder during Earth Day at the Village of Lindenhurst Public Works.

LINDENHURST – Families enjoyed fun in the sun during the village of Lindenhurst's Earth Day event April 26. Residents learned about environmental preservation and sustainability. Events included a village-wide cleanup, kids activities – including flying kites – and more. The event was hosted by the Environmental Activity and Education Commission.

For information, visit www.llindenhurstil.org.

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