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Amanda Schwengel – aschwengel@nwherald.com Teacher's aide Malyun Ali Haj holds a baby chick Monday morning at Leaps and Bounds Preschool and Day Care in Lake in the Hills as Gabby Turnbo and Mason Ross, both 3, look on. The chicks hatched yesterday after an incubation period of 21 days and will go to a farm in Woodstock in about a week.
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Amanda Schwengel – aschwengel@nwherald.com A chick sits patiently in the hands of Hayden Johnson, 4, at Leaps and Bounds Preschool and Day Care in Lake in the Hills on Monday morning. Teacher Joanne Guerrero arranged for about 36 eggs to incubate and hatch at the school.

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