Joey Moylan poses with a sign bearing a slogan that has been his mantra as he faces leukemia: “No one fights alone.” The Summit Hill Junior High School eighth-grader is being honored this year during the Loyola Medicine 5K Supporting Pediatric Care & Research.
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Weeks after Joey Moylan was diagnosed with leukemia, it was time to shave his head. Clumps of his dark brown hair were already flaking off onto his pillow from chemotherapy. For the then-12-year-old, it was a small way to take control.
The Bagpipe Corps members Jakob Scherf, Andrew Kay and Chloe Stroz perform May 15 during Providence’s spring concert. Photos by Paul Bergstrom/22nd Century Media
May 22, 2017By Amanda Stoll, Assistant EditorLife & Arts
With the end of the school year came the Annual Spring Concert at Providence Catholic High School.
Lincoln-Way East’s Ololade Ayoola takes off from the blocks Saturday, May 20, during the IHSA state track and field 1,600-meter relay finals. The Griffins repeated as state champions in the event. Clark brooks/PhotoNews Media
Lincoln-Way East sophomore Taylor Wright wanted to go, but knew she had to wait.
Members of the American Legion Orland Memorial Post 111 and Orland/Palos Reber-Tesmond VFW Memorial Post 2604 stand this past year at the Orland Park Veterans’ Memorial, Ara Pace, during a Memorial Day event. 22nd Century Media File Photos
As the weather gets warmer, school is let out for the summer and families are starting to plan upcoming vacations.
Jamie Crawley, a volunteer and coordinator at Lulu’s Locker Rescue, plays with Eddie, a 10-month-old black cat, on the couch at the group’s new cat adoption center. She jokingly calls him Cujo because he quietly growls whenever he attacks a toy. Photos by Amanda Stoll/22nd Century Media