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Michael Woodman of Peotone and Sherri Bartolini Ordaz of Tinley Park won the award for Best Group/Family Project for their Mary Poppins-inspired bench. PHOTOS BY BOB KLEIN/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
(left to right) Becca Zavala and Jennifer Lily of Oak Forest with their father Nick Schulien of Tinley Park who won the Judges Choice Award for their “Little Shop of Horrors”-inspired bench.
Local band Five Guys Named Moe peformed during the Music at the Plaza concert series on July 7 in conjunction with the artists reception.
Addy Wheaton, age 3, and her brother Jimmy, age 4, of Tinley Park share a pizza awaiting the announcement of the 2018 Benches on the Avenue winners.
(left to right) Georganna Jeffrey, Hayden Nichols, and Jennifer Preusser, all of Joliet, dance to the music at Tinley Park’s Zabrocki Plaza.
(left to right) 2018 winners included Becca Zavala, Mary Fry, Jennifer Lily, Nick Schulien, Michael Woodman, Sherri Bartolini Ordaz, Renee Gill and Michele Owens.
Amanda Del Buono, Freelance Reporter
10:18 am CDT July 11, 2018
Now in its 15th year, the Benches on the Avenue public art project has become a staple of the Tinley Park community, drawing in locals and visitors alike to view and take photos with the benches.