Wayne Hibler Red tail hawk

Hawk taking over our bird feeder on cold snow-white dusted morning 12-9-2017

posted: 12/9/17
 

Susan Gorny Munster

Snowing in Munster Indiana

posted: 12/9/17
 

Zack cooper Joyful lights.

Christmas lights on a cute little house

posted: 12/8/17
 

ABC7 Viewer Winter Weather

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posted: 12/7/17
 

Allan F. Benson Aurora memorial honors Pearl Harbor heroes

Caption for photo 6775:Elgin resident Everitt Schlegel, right, was the lone Pearl Harbor attack survivor honored at a 48th annual memorial luncheon at Gaslite Manor Banquets in Aurora on Monday, Dec. 4. Left is Dick Miller of Aurora, a sailor aboard the USS Drexler when the destroyer was sunk off Okinawa on May 28, 1945, after being hit by two kamikaze planes. (Al Benson photo)--END--Caption for photo 6776:Elgin resident Everitt Schlegel, left, was saluted as the lone Pearl Harbor attack survivor at a 48th annual memorial luncheon at Gaslite Manor Banquets in Aurora on Monday, Dec. 4. Center is Chuck Nelson, Aurora deputy mayor. (Al Benson photo)--END--Caption for photo 6798:West Aurora High School student Christian Walls, right, receives a Ted Brattin Civic Youth Award certificate at a 48th annual memorial luncheon at Gaslite Manor Banquets in Aurora on Monday, Dec. 4. Background is George Ball, Aurora Rotary Club president, who announced awards. (Al Benson photo)--END--Aurora memorial honors Pearl Harbor heroesAURORA, Ill., Dec. 7, 2017--On Dec. 7, 1941,  2,335 U.S. military personnel were killed in a Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. On Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017, Americans marked the 76th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.Pearl Harbor heroes and a survivor from Elgin were honored at a 48th annual memorial luncheon Monday at Gaslite Manor Banquets in Aurora. The event was co-sponsored by Aurora Rotary Club and Aurora Council 247, Navy League of the U.S.Cadets of East Aurora High School's Naval Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps presented the colors. Cadet Jennifer Rojas sang the national anthem and NJROTC master chief George Allen gave the invocation.Elgin resident Everitt Schlegel, 98, was the lone Pearl Harbor survivor honored at the luncheon. He was stationed at the Army's Schofield barracks when the attack occurred.Zion resident Joe Triolo, who was aboard the USS Tangier on Dec. 7, 1941, was not able to attend Monday's event due t

posted: 12/7/17
 

Allan F. Benson Aurora memorial honors Pearl Harbor heroes

Caption for photo 6775:Elgin resident Everitt Schlegel, right, was the lone Pearl Harbor attack survivor honored at a 48th annual memorial luncheon at Gaslite Manor Banquets in Aurora on Monday, Dec. 4. Left is Dick Miller of Aurora, a sailor aboard the USS Drexler when the destroyer was sunk off Okinawa on May 28, 1945, after being hit by two kamikaze planes. (Al Benson photo)--END--Caption for photo 6776:Elgin resident Everitt Schlegel, left, was saluted as the lone Pearl Harbor attack survivor at a 48th annual memorial luncheon at Gaslite Manor Banquets in Aurora on Monday, Dec. 4. Center is Chuck Nelson, Aurora deputy mayor. (Al Benson photo)--END--Caption for photo 6798:West Aurora High School student Christian Walls, right, receives a Ted Brattin Civic Youth Award certificate at a 48th annual memorial luncheon at Gaslite Manor Banquets in Aurora on Monday, Dec. 4. Background is George Ball, Aurora Rotary Club president, who announced awards. (Al Benson photo)--END--Aurora memorial honors Pearl Harbor heroesAURORA, Ill., Dec. 7, 2017--On Dec. 7, 1941,  2,335 U.S. military personnel were killed in a Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. On Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017, Americans marked the 76th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.Pearl Harbor heroes and a survivor from Elgin were honored at a 48th annual memorial luncheon Monday at Gaslite Manor Banquets in Aurora. The event was co-sponsored by Aurora Rotary Club and Aurora Council 247, Navy League of the U.S.Cadets of East Aurora High School's Naval Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps presented the colors. Cadet Jennifer Rojas sang the national anthem and NJROTC master chief George Allen gave the invocation.Elgin resident Everitt Schlegel, 98, was the lone Pearl Harbor survivor honored at the luncheon. He was stationed at the Army's Schofield barracks when the attack occurred.Zion resident Joe Triolo, who was aboard the USS Tangier on Dec. 7, 1941, was not able to attend Monday's event due t

posted: 12/7/17
 

Allan F. Benson Aurora memorial honors Pearl Harbor heroes

Caption for photo 6775:Elgin resident Everitt Schlegel, right, was the lone Pearl Harbor attack survivor honored at a 48th annual memorial luncheon at Gaslite Manor Banquets in Aurora on Monday, Dec. 4. Left is Dick Miller of Aurora, a sailor aboard the USS Drexler when the destroyer was sunk off Okinawa on May 28, 1945, after being hit by two kamikaze planes. (Al Benson photo)--END--Caption for photo 6776:Elgin resident Everitt Schlegel, left, was saluted as the lone Pearl Harbor attack survivor at a 48th annual memorial luncheon at Gaslite Manor Banquets in Aurora on Monday, Dec. 4. Center is Chuck Nelson, Aurora deputy mayor. (Al Benson photo)--END--Caption for photo 6798:West Aurora High School student Christian Walls, right, receives a Ted Brattin Civic Youth Award certificate at a 48th annual memorial luncheon at Gaslite Manor Banquets in Aurora on Monday, Dec. 4. Background is George Ball, Aurora Rotary Club president, who announced awards. (Al Benson photo)--END--Aurora memorial honors Pearl Harbor heroesAURORA, Ill., Dec. 7, 2017--On Dec. 7, 1941,  2,335 U.S. military personnel were killed in a Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. On Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017, Americans marked the 76th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.Pearl Harbor heroes and a survivor from Elgin were honored at a 48th annual memorial luncheon Monday at Gaslite Manor Banquets in Aurora. The event was co-sponsored by Aurora Rotary Club and Aurora Council 247, Navy League of the U.S.Cadets of East Aurora High School's Naval Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps presented the colors. Cadet Jennifer Rojas sang the national anthem and NJROTC master chief George Allen gave the invocation.Elgin resident Everitt Schlegel, 98, was the lone Pearl Harbor survivor honored at the luncheon. He was stationed at the Army's Schofield barracks when the attack occurred.Zion resident Joe Triolo, who was aboard the USS Tangier on Dec. 7, 1941, was not able to attend Monday's event due t

posted: 12/7/17
 

Michale Hayes Households X 2

We live next to our in-laws and our landscape is wide to decorate on!

posted: 12/6/17
 

Tommy Nava Nava Family Holiday Lights Display

Holiday Lights display 2017.

posted: 12/6/17
 

Dave Rediger WINDY DAY TURNED PEACE UPSIDE DOWN!

Super Windy day turned this PEACE yard sign display upside down.

posted: 12/5/17