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Tinley Park resident Aaron Pranger petting Finn, a kitten up for adoption at P.A.W.S. of Tinley Park. PHOTOS BY LAURIE FANELLI / 22ND CENTURY MEDIA
Tinley Park Park District staff (L:R) Recreation Supervisor Erin Cortilet, Marketing Manager Carol Bradtke, Superintendent of Recreation Sandy Wolff-Chevalier and Tot Time Coordinator Mary Walsh ready to serve up a slice of summer fun.
Tinley Park resident Allison Mueller showing her Andrew High School pride with a new pom-pom.
Discover Tinley attendees learning about everything the Village has to offer.
(L:R) Yvette Kaliszewski and Dorian Mitre of Joyful Smiles Pediatric Dentistry hosting a fish game for kids.
Parmesan Station's Meredith Kaiser slicing up some samples of delicious cheesy bread.
Mary Izral (Peotone) (R) spinning the Tinely Park High School prize wheel as Associate Principal Randy Couwenhoven (L) and Assistant Principal Wendy Bumphis look on.
Oak Forest resident Madeleine Butkus learning more about Tinley Park from Historical Society President Ed Siemsen.
Sister City Commission Commissioner Roxane DeVos Tyssen and Chairperson Lucas Hawley chatting at their booth.
Discover Tinley attendees learning about everything the Village has to offer.
Major Wiley Roberts, retired, Chairman of the Tinley Park Veterans Commission shaking Ray Kark's (Tinley Park) hand after he made a donation.
Members of the Central Middle School Chorale raising their hands during a trivia contest hosted by Fun Fun Fun DJs.
Frankfort resident Addison Sweeney getting the White Sox logo painted on her face by Veronica Lopez (Face Painting by Veronica).
Bettenhausen Automotive was on hand to display a variety of vehicles.
Laurie Fanelli, Freelance Reporter
11:19 am CDT April 10, 2018
Village of Tinley Park Community Resource Commission Chairperson Reta Brudd has been involved with hosting Discover Tinley since its inception in the late-1970s when it was held at the old Brementowne Mall. “It was a big growth time for the village and we wanted to make people aware of what was available in their own community,” she said of the expo's origins.