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Logan Stafford, of Homer Glen, uses his sidewalk square to create a vampire in honor of Halloween Saturday, Oct. 7, at the Cepkauskas Chalk-a-Thon that was started to raise money for the Raise Love campaign for Ronald McDonald House Charities. Laurie Fanelli/22nd Century Media
The Cepkauskas Family (left to right) Emily, Laurie, Marcus and Tyler pose for a photo at the Saturday, Oct. 7 Chalk-a-Thon held in Homer Glen. Photos by Laurie Fanelli/22nd Century Media
Chalk artist Teresa Sims-Moss creates a design of the Ronald McDonald House logo at the event.
Members of the community join in drawing their own inspirational designs on the pavement. Laurie Fanelli/22nd Century Media
Laurie Fanelli, Freelance Reporter
11:13 am CDT October 11, 2017

A multitude of images on the ground coalesced into a picture of positivity and resiliency, as one image after the next was drawn carefully with heartfelt design.

The Cepkauskas Chalk-a-Thon inspired artistry and generosity in the Homer Glen community as family, friends and neighbors chalked it up for brotherly love — and a really good cause — on the afternoon of Saturday, Oct. 7.