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Posted: Friday, February 8, 2013 7:05 am

Who: Patti Sunbury Sarkany, Celeste Mello Bordner and Cathy Costamagna Booth. Three graduates of Lodi High Class of 1968 reunited in Chicago for a week of sightseeing.

Highlights of trip: Visiting the Field Museum, taking a boat tour of the architectural wonders of downtown Chicago, eating our way through Chicago’s many ethnic neighborhoods on walking “tasting tour” of Chicago, strolling along Navy Pier, seeing a Chicago live theatre production of “I Love Lucy,” laughing our way through a midnight improv comedy show at Second City, shopping in downtown Chicago.

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