Week in Pictures: 17 photos May 17, 2014 The Week in Pictures at the Kane County Chronicle for May 9-16 Batavia's Patrick Redmond exits the track after competing in the 3200-meter run during the Kane County Boys Track and Field Meet at Streamwood High School May 9. (Sandy Bressner photo)The start of the third annual Hope for Haitians 5K Walk/Run on Saturday at the Kane County Government Center. (Jeff Krage for Shaw Media)Lia Kruse of Batavia (left) and Claire Scatterday of Geneva were adopted as toddlers by two different American families after being born a couple of weeks apart and sharing a crib while in an orphanage in China.(Sandy Bressner photo)Pedestrians make their way through a mix of snow and freezing rain in downtown Geneva Friday.(Sandy Bressner photo)Mike Palombi works on a bicycle in St. Charles Tuesday morning. Palombi has owned his Bike Medic mobile bicycle repair business for 20 years. (Sandy Bressner photo)The view to the patio from leaded windows on the upper level of the historic 1857 Patten House in Geneva. The building is being transformed into a multi-level restaurant that will have a New Orleans flare. (Sandy Bressner photo)Anderson School kindergartner Mariah Heine races to drop a token in a hoop Monday morning as their teacher read the Dr. Seuss book, "Marvin K. Mooney Will You Please Go Now," as part of an "Engage Your Body, Engage Your Brain" initiated by four St. Charles School District 303 teachers. (Sandy Bressner photo)Mark Gehrke of Elburn (right) drops off books for the Elburn Lions Club's Lions for Literacy program as Lion Tim Klomhaus looks on.(Sandy Bressner photo)Geneva catcher Nathan Montgomery is unable to tag out Batavia's Micah Coffey in the third inning of game one during Saturday's doubleheader at Geneva. (Jeff Krage for Shaw Media)Geneva varsity baseball head coach Matt Hahn, right, goes over rules with Batavia head coach Matt Holm before the start of Saturday's doubleheader in Geneva.(Jeff Krage for Shaw Media)Kaneland's Dylan Kuipers clears the bar to win the pole vault event during the Kane County Boys Track and Field Meet at Streamwood High School Friday. (Sandy Bressner photo)St. Charles North's Mickey Goetz (left) and Kaitlyn Waslawski celebrate at the end of an inning against Batavia Wednesday.(Sandy Bressner photo)St. Charles North's Mickey Goetz attempts an out on Batavia's Toni Galas (8) during their game at Batavia Wednesday.(Sandy Bressner photo)Aurora Christian left fielder Anna Kanai (#24) catches a fly ball after nearly colliding with center fielder Alyssa Hernandez during Monday's game at Wheaton Academy. (Jeff Krage for Shaw Media)Geneva's Jason Croci makes his way to home plate for a run during their game at Batavia Tuesday. (Sandy Bressner photo)Batavia's Jacob Piechota tags Geneva's Jack Wassel out on his way to first base during their game at Batavia Tuesday.(Sandy Bressner photo)Western Avenue School fifth-graders Ryan Chapski and Lauren Chippas participate in a "flash mob" dance prior to their annual Walk-A-Thon Friday afternoon in Geneva. The event raised money for Cal's All Star Angel Foundation.