Dressed up in a giant chicken suit Tom Sheanan, of Edison, walks his chicken Kernel on a leash down Cains Court at the third annual Edison Bird Festival on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014, in Edison.

Dressed up in a giant chicken suit Tom Sheanan, of Edison, walks his chicken Kernel on a leash down Cains Court at the third annual Edison Bird Festival on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014, in Edison.

 Justin Bigelow (center), 15, gives Kayla Henson, 14, both of Texas, a massage on August 23, 2013, as Jon Hibbs (left), 16, and Louie Heiges, 15, look on at Camp Phoenix, a summer camp for children with severe burn injuries at Lake Samish in Bellingham. The week-long annual summer camp helps children emotionally recover from their burn injuries. Justin sustained his burns during a car fire a little more than a decade ago.

Justin Bigelow (center), 15, gives Kayla Henson, 14, both of Texas, a massage on August 23, 2013, as Jon Hibbs (left), 16, and Louie Heiges, 15, look on at Camp Phoenix, a summer camp for children with severe burn injuries at Lake Samish in Bellingham. The week-long annual summer camp helps children emotionally recover from their burn injuries. Justin sustained his burns during a car fire a little more than a decade ago.

 Concord senior color guards Leslie Zamudil, left, and Taja Jordan react to hearing the Marching Minutemen placed second – for the second year in a row – in Class B competition at the ISSMA marching band state finals on Saturday, Nov 8, 2014, at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

Concord senior color guards Leslie Zamudil, left, and Taja Jordan react to hearing the Marching Minutemen placed second – for the second year in a row – in Class B competition at the ISSMA marching band state finals on Saturday, Nov 8, 2014, at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

 Heidi Givens uses her iPad at Audubon Elementary School in Owensboro while working with preschooler Kelsey Gleason, 4, on her listening skills — with background noise present. She wants to help Kelsey understand her teacher while in noisy classroom.

Heidi Givens uses her iPad at Audubon Elementary School in Owensboro while working with preschooler Kelsey Gleason, 4, on her listening skills — with background noise present. She wants to help Kelsey understand her teacher while in noisy classroom.

 Jennifer Martinez, left, and Julie Morris, center, get teary-eyed as they watch a tribute video to people who have died due to gun violence with her 8-year-old son Emanuel Perez, at the "Enough is Enough" rally Thursday, Jan. 1, 2015, at Roosevelt Center in Elkhart. Emanuel's father, Anthony Perez, was among those who were remembered. Close to 100 people attended the event which featured speakers, prayers and a candle light vigil.

Jennifer Martinez, left, and Julie Morris, center, get teary-eyed as they watch a tribute video to people who have died due to gun violence with her 8-year-old son Emanuel Perez, at the "Enough is Enough" rally Thursday, Jan. 1, 2015, at Roosevelt Center in Elkhart. Emanuel's father, Anthony Perez, was among those who were remembered. Close to 100 people attended the event which featured speakers, prayers and a candle light vigil.

 A man runs from a smoke bomb on Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013, at the corner of Indian and East Laurel streets in Bellingham. After police broke up a Bellingham block party, young adults threw beer bottles and other objects at idling police cars. Police used pepper balls, smoke and flash grenades to disperse the crowd of about 500 people.

A man runs from a smoke bomb on Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013, at the corner of Indian and East Laurel streets in Bellingham. After police broke up a Bellingham block party, young adults threw beer bottles and other objects at idling police cars. Police used pepper balls, smoke and flash grenades to disperse the crowd of about 500 people.

 During a night out on the town, Western Washington University senior Sarah Mann hugs her close friend Paul Wright, also a senior, Saturday, March 9, 2013, in at the Cabin Tavern in Bellingham.

During a night out on the town, Western Washington University senior Sarah Mann hugs her close friend Paul Wright, also a senior, Saturday, March 9, 2013, in at the Cabin Tavern in Bellingham.

 After piling onto a single sled and sledding down a snowy hill, Goshen residents Leslie Vanlandingham, 18,  bottom right,  Matthew Bays, 23, in yellow, Christian Ridenour, 20, top right, and Garret Krauser, 19, are nothing but smiles after falling off near the bottom on Friday, Nov. 28, 2014, at Ox Bow Park in Elkhart.

After piling onto a single sled and sledding down a snowy hill, Goshen residents Leslie Vanlandingham, 18, bottom right, Matthew Bays, 23, in yellow, Christian Ridenour, 20, top right, and Garret Krauser, 19, are nothing but smiles after falling off near the bottom on Friday, Nov. 28, 2014, at Ox Bow Park in Elkhart.

  A Fairfield drum major quietly waits for a performance to begin at the Concord Marching Band Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, at Concord Community High School.

A Fairfield drum major quietly waits for a performance to begin at the Concord Marching Band Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, at Concord Community High School.

 Jason King rubs his face after being involved in an motor vehicle accident at the corner of Iowa Street and Racine Street, Tuesday, July 10, 2012, in Bellingham, Wash. King was taking a left turn from Iowa Street onto Racine Street when a Honda motorcycle collided with the Nissan Titan he was driving. The motorcycle driver died in PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center that night.

Jason King rubs his face after being involved in an motor vehicle accident at the corner of Iowa Street and Racine Street, Tuesday, July 10, 2012, in Bellingham, Wash. King was taking a left turn from Iowa Street onto Racine Street when a Honda motorcycle collided with the Nissan Titan he was driving. The motorcycle driver died in PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center that night.

  Dressed up in a giant chicken suit Tom Sheanan, of Edison, walks his chicken Kernel on a leash down Cains Court at the third annual Edison Bird Festival on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014, in Edison.
 Justin Bigelow (center), 15, gives Kayla Henson, 14, both of Texas, a massage on August 23, 2013, as Jon Hibbs (left), 16, and Louie Heiges, 15, look on at Camp Phoenix, a summer camp for children with severe burn injuries at Lake Samish in Bellingham. The week-long annual summer camp helps children emotionally recover from their burn injuries. Justin sustained his burns during a car fire a little more than a decade ago.
 Concord senior color guards Leslie Zamudil, left, and Taja Jordan react to hearing the Marching Minutemen placed second – for the second year in a row – in Class B competition at the ISSMA marching band state finals on Saturday, Nov 8, 2014, at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
 Heidi Givens uses her iPad at Audubon Elementary School in Owensboro while working with preschooler Kelsey Gleason, 4, on her listening skills — with background noise present. She wants to help Kelsey understand her teacher while in noisy classroom.
 Jennifer Martinez, left, and Julie Morris, center, get teary-eyed as they watch a tribute video to people who have died due to gun violence with her 8-year-old son Emanuel Perez, at the "Enough is Enough" rally Thursday, Jan. 1, 2015, at Roosevelt Center in Elkhart. Emanuel's father, Anthony Perez, was among those who were remembered. Close to 100 people attended the event which featured speakers, prayers and a candle light vigil.
 A man runs from a smoke bomb on Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013, at the corner of Indian and East Laurel streets in Bellingham. After police broke up a Bellingham block party, young adults threw beer bottles and other objects at idling police cars. Police used pepper balls, smoke and flash grenades to disperse the crowd of about 500 people.
 During a night out on the town, Western Washington University senior Sarah Mann hugs her close friend Paul Wright, also a senior, Saturday, March 9, 2013, in at the Cabin Tavern in Bellingham.
 After piling onto a single sled and sledding down a snowy hill, Goshen residents Leslie Vanlandingham, 18,  bottom right,  Matthew Bays, 23, in yellow, Christian Ridenour, 20, top right, and Garret Krauser, 19, are nothing but smiles after falling off near the bottom on Friday, Nov. 28, 2014, at Ox Bow Park in Elkhart.
  A Fairfield drum major quietly waits for a performance to begin at the Concord Marching Band Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, at Concord Community High School.
 Jason King rubs his face after being involved in an motor vehicle accident at the corner of Iowa Street and Racine Street, Tuesday, July 10, 2012, in Bellingham, Wash. King was taking a left turn from Iowa Street onto Racine Street when a Honda motorcycle collided with the Nissan Titan he was driving. The motorcycle driver died in PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center that night.

Dressed up in a giant chicken suit Tom Sheanan, of Edison, walks his chicken Kernel on a leash down Cains Court at the third annual Edison Bird Festival on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014, in Edison.

Justin Bigelow (center), 15, gives Kayla Henson, 14, both of Texas, a massage on August 23, 2013, as Jon Hibbs (left), 16, and Louie Heiges, 15, look on at Camp Phoenix, a summer camp for children with severe burn injuries at Lake Samish in Bellingham. The week-long annual summer camp helps children emotionally recover from their burn injuries. Justin sustained his burns during a car fire a little more than a decade ago.

Concord senior color guards Leslie Zamudil, left, and Taja Jordan react to hearing the Marching Minutemen placed second – for the second year in a row – in Class B competition at the ISSMA marching band state finals on Saturday, Nov 8, 2014, at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

Heidi Givens uses her iPad at Audubon Elementary School in Owensboro while working with preschooler Kelsey Gleason, 4, on her listening skills — with background noise present. She wants to help Kelsey understand her teacher while in noisy classroom.

Jennifer Martinez, left, and Julie Morris, center, get teary-eyed as they watch a tribute video to people who have died due to gun violence with her 8-year-old son Emanuel Perez, at the "Enough is Enough" rally Thursday, Jan. 1, 2015, at Roosevelt Center in Elkhart. Emanuel's father, Anthony Perez, was among those who were remembered. Close to 100 people attended the event which featured speakers, prayers and a candle light vigil.

A man runs from a smoke bomb on Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013, at the corner of Indian and East Laurel streets in Bellingham. After police broke up a Bellingham block party, young adults threw beer bottles and other objects at idling police cars. Police used pepper balls, smoke and flash grenades to disperse the crowd of about 500 people.

During a night out on the town, Western Washington University senior Sarah Mann hugs her close friend Paul Wright, also a senior, Saturday, March 9, 2013, in at the Cabin Tavern in Bellingham.

After piling onto a single sled and sledding down a snowy hill, Goshen residents Leslie Vanlandingham, 18, bottom right, Matthew Bays, 23, in yellow, Christian Ridenour, 20, top right, and Garret Krauser, 19, are nothing but smiles after falling off near the bottom on Friday, Nov. 28, 2014, at Ox Bow Park in Elkhart.

A Fairfield drum major quietly waits for a performance to begin at the Concord Marching Band Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, at Concord Community High School.

Jason King rubs his face after being involved in an motor vehicle accident at the corner of Iowa Street and Racine Street, Tuesday, July 10, 2012, in Bellingham, Wash. King was taking a left turn from Iowa Street onto Racine Street when a Honda motorcycle collided with the Nissan Titan he was driving. The motorcycle driver died in PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center that night.

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