Images: Warm up with The Week in Pictures

 
 
Posted2/11/2018 10:00 PM
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Christian Tenorio, of Waukegan has a face full of snow after sledding with his 5-year-old niece Elly at Old School Forest Preserve in Libertyville after a winter storm Friday.
  Christian Tenorio, of Waukegan has a face full of snow after sledding with his 5-year-old niece Elly at Old School Forest Preserve in Libertyville after a winter storm Friday.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
A pedestrian walks near St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church in Hampshire as a large winter storm began Thursday evening.
  A pedestrian walks near St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church in Hampshire as a large winter storm began Thursday evening.
Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer
Candles held by the Libertyville High School choir are illuminated behind their piano accompanist during a holiday concert at the school.
  Candles held by the Libertyville High School choir are illuminated behind their piano accompanist during a holiday concert at the school.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
A coyote plays in a snowy prairie Tuesday at Lakewood Forest Preserve near Wauconda.
  A coyote plays in a snowy prairie Tuesday at Lakewood Forest Preserve near Wauconda.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Hofman Estates High School student Kira Nicole Weiland, left, receives a citizen lifesaving award from Hoffman Estates Fire Chief Patrick Fortunato at Monday's Hoffman Estates village board meeting. Weiland helped save fellow student from drowning.
  Hofman Estates High School student Kira Nicole Weiland, left, receives a citizen lifesaving award from Hoffman Estates Fire Chief Patrick Fortunato at Monday's Hoffman Estates village board meeting. Weiland helped save fellow student from drowning.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Fans cheer for the Falcons White team during the 8th Annual "The Sleds Are Coming" event at the Alumni Memorial Fieldhouse at Lake Forest College. The Lake Forest College Athletic Department and the Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association sponsored the hockey game.
  Fans cheer for the Falcons White team during the 8th Annual "The Sleds Are Coming" event at the Alumni Memorial Fieldhouse at Lake Forest College. The Lake Forest College Athletic Department and the Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association sponsored the hockey game.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Sophomore Suma Pasupulati practices a move in breakdancing class during the biannual Odyssey 2018 fine arts festival on Wednesday at Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire. Students had an opportunity to experience different artistic and musical themes like breakdancing, bansai tree trimming, balloon twisting and more.
  Sophomore Suma Pasupulati practices a move in breakdancing class during the biannual Odyssey 2018 fine arts festival on Wednesday at Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire. Students had an opportunity to experience different artistic and musical themes like breakdancing, bansai tree trimming, balloon twisting and more.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Emerson Carter, 6, looks around the room Saturday at the Black History Family Fest at the Gail Borden Public Library in Elgin while she sits with her family as Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx delivers a speech on stage.
  Emerson Carter, 6, looks around the room Saturday at the Black History Family Fest at the Gail Borden Public Library in Elgin while she sits with her family as Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx delivers a speech on stage.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
U.S. Navy Seaman Shynae Murphy is a little overwhelmed as she tours her finished basement in her new home that was provided by a program offered by Operation Homefront and JPMorgan Chase & Co.
  U.S. Navy Seaman Shynae Murphy is a little overwhelmed as she tours her finished basement in her new home that was provided by a program offered by Operation Homefront and JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Rick West | Staff Photographer
From left, Faith DiPaulo, 13, of Palatine, Jen Shafer, 15, of Round Lake and Carolynn Burke, 15, of Mundelein pose for a picture during a prom night experience for guests with special needs sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation and The Chapel in Grayslake Friday.
  From left, Faith DiPaulo, 13, of Palatine, Jen Shafer, 15, of Round Lake and Carolynn Burke, 15, of Mundelein pose for a picture during a prom night experience for guests with special needs sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation and The Chapel in Grayslake Friday.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Shadows stretch from torches on stage as people mingle Saturday at a vigil for the those killed and injured in the mass shooting at Northern Illinois University 10 years ago.
  Shadows stretch from torches on stage as people mingle Saturday at a vigil for the those killed and injured in the mass shooting at Northern Illinois University 10 years ago.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Snow day in Arlington Heights for the kids was spent on Nickol Knoll Golf Club hill as sleds, saucers and toboggans got a workout on the fresh snow.
  Snow day in Arlington Heights for the kids was spent on Nickol Knoll Golf Club hill as sleds, saucers and toboggans got a workout on the fresh snow.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Patrons look through books and movies during the FabFeb Used Book Sale at Arlington Heights Memorial Library. The Arlington Heights Friends of the Library sponsored the event that helps the library with program sponsorships and unbudgeted capital purchases.
  Patrons look through books and movies during the FabFeb Used Book Sale at Arlington Heights Memorial Library. The Arlington Heights Friends of the Library sponsored the event that helps the library with program sponsorships and unbudgeted capital purchases.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Frankie Perna, 3, of Wheaton, gets a closer look at a 2-day-old lamb on Friday, during lambing season at Kline Creek Farm in West Chicago.
  Frankie Perna, 3, of Wheaton, gets a closer look at a 2-day-old lamb on Friday, during lambing season at Kline Creek Farm in West Chicago.
Bev Horne | Staff Photographer
Jim Bringas, of Chicago Ice Works carves a dragon Saturday during the Ice (Cubed) Festival in Downtown Wheaton. This sculpture takes him about an hour and a half. Bringas has been working with ice carving for more than 25 years.
  Jim Bringas, of Chicago Ice Works carves a dragon Saturday during the Ice (Cubed) Festival in Downtown Wheaton. This sculpture takes him about an hour and a half. Bringas has been working with ice carving for more than 25 years.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
The annual Super Shuffle 5K in Geneva kicked off along Viking Drive in front of the Geneva Middles School with a route along the outer trail of Peck Farm on Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018.
  The annual Super Shuffle 5K in Geneva kicked off along Viking Drive in front of the Geneva Middles School with a route along the outer trail of Peck Farm on Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Kindergartner Cameron Melton dances to a music video with his classmates as they celebrate the 100th day of school on Monday at Adler Park School in Libertyville. The students dressed up to look like they were 100-year-olds and worked on art projects based on the number 100.
  Kindergartner Cameron Melton dances to a music video with his classmates as they celebrate the 100th day of school on Monday at Adler Park School in Libertyville. The students dressed up to look like they were 100-year-olds and worked on art projects based on the number 100.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Third grade teacher Colleen McGee, right, works with fourth grader Christina Vargas while she works on a writing app on her computer tablet Monday as the teacher shadowed the student at Fremont Intermediate School near Mundelein. Fremont School District 79 wants to get an understanding of students issues from their perspective.
  Third grade teacher Colleen McGee, right, works with fourth grader Christina Vargas while she works on a writing app on her computer tablet Monday as the teacher shadowed the student at Fremont Intermediate School near Mundelein. Fremont School District 79 wants to get an understanding of students issues from their perspective.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Award-winning children's writer and illustrator Peter Brown shows off a drawing of one of his characters to the kids at Collins School in Schaumburg. He was there to show the kids the wonderful world of art and imagination though his books. Students Taylor Van Duyn, 5, of Elk Grove Village and Divya Vispute, 5, of Schaumburg high-five the artist as they head back to class after his presentation.
  Award-winning children's writer and illustrator Peter Brown shows off a drawing of one of his characters to the kids at Collins School in Schaumburg. He was there to show the kids the wonderful world of art and imagination though his books. Students Taylor Van Duyn, 5, of Elk Grove Village and Divya Vispute, 5, of Schaumburg high-five the artist as they head back to class after his presentation.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Lucy Giovannetti pedals with her classmates at bike desks in 4th grade health class Wednesday at Oak Grove School in Green Oaks. Students learn as they move by replacing traditional desks and creating a kinetic classroom.
  Lucy Giovannetti pedals with her classmates at bike desks in 4th grade health class Wednesday at Oak Grove School in Green Oaks. Students learn as they move by replacing traditional desks and creating a kinetic classroom.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Water flows past and under the ice built up in an opening along the West Branch of the DuPage River in the Warrenville Grove Forest Preserve on January 4, 2018.  To get this image of water flowing under the ice I use a GoPro attached to a small extension pole and a wireless remote to trigger the shutter of the camera. This photo was published in the Perspective column in the print edition of the Daily Herald.
  Water flows past and under the ice built up in an opening along the West Branch of the DuPage River in the Warrenville Grove Forest Preserve on January 4, 2018. To get this image of water flowing under the ice I use a GoPro attached to a small extension pole and a wireless remote to trigger the shutter of the camera. This photo was published in the Perspective column in the print edition of the Daily Herald.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Third graders Lyla Villaraza, left, Maddy Kerns and Ryan McNelly sing along with entertainer Stu Jacobson as he presented his program, "Be Kind, Be Positive and Read!" for students at Fremont Intermediate School near Mundelein on Tuesday. The daytime talk show, "Windy City LIVE" recorded him for an upcoming episode.
  Third graders Lyla Villaraza, left, Maddy Kerns and Ryan McNelly sing along with entertainer Stu Jacobson as he presented his program, "Be Kind, Be Positive and Read!" for students at Fremont Intermediate School near Mundelein on Tuesday. The daytime talk show, "Windy City LIVE" recorded him for an upcoming episode.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Jane Conarchy, left, serves some breakfast to her fellow Street Scenes actors at her home in Grayslake. This group has performed in Carmel Catholic High School's Street Scenes event for the last 40 years. From left Jane Conarchy of Grayslake, Karen Scanlan of Waukegan, Bob Asma both of Waukegan. Jim LeMieux of Waukegan, Nancy LeMieux of Waukegan.
  Jane Conarchy, left, serves some breakfast to her fellow Street Scenes actors at her home in Grayslake. This group has performed in Carmel Catholic High School's Street Scenes event for the last 40 years. From left Jane Conarchy of Grayslake, Karen Scanlan of Waukegan, Bob Asma both of Waukegan. Jim LeMieux of Waukegan, Nancy LeMieux of Waukegan.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Students ice skate in the foyer during the lunch hour Tuesday at Vernon Hills High School. The skaters made their way around a specially designed, plastic rink as part of a promotion for the upcoming turnabout dance.
  Students ice skate in the foyer during the lunch hour Tuesday at Vernon Hills High School. The skaters made their way around a specially designed, plastic rink as part of a promotion for the upcoming turnabout dance.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Waubonsie Valley's Alycia Wylie makes her sales pitch to Naperville and Aurora leaders as part of a marketing class presentation. Students from each of the three high schools in Indian Prairie Unit District 204 were given a fictional $500,000 budget to come up with a marketing/branding/advertising plan for the Route 59 corridor in Naperville and Aurora. The Waubonsie Valley team of Wylie, Campbell Taylor, Maddy Reidy, Kate Johanns and Harper Cole titled their presentation "Shop, Wine and DIne on Rt.59"
  Waubonsie Valley's Alycia Wylie makes her sales pitch to Naperville and Aurora leaders as part of a marketing class presentation. Students from each of the three high schools in Indian Prairie Unit District 204 were given a fictional $500,000 budget to come up with a marketing/branding/advertising plan for the Route 59 corridor in Naperville and Aurora. The Waubonsie Valley team of Wylie, Campbell Taylor, Maddy Reidy, Kate Johanns and Harper Cole titled their presentation "Shop, Wine and DIne on Rt.59"
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Students from Seth Paine Elementary School sing "Be Our Guest" from Disney's Beauty and the Beast JR at Culver's restaurant in Lake Zurich on Thursday. Students previewed the musical that will be performed this weekend at Lake Zurich High School Performing Arts Center.
  Students from Seth Paine Elementary School sing "Be Our Guest" from Disney's Beauty and the Beast JR at Culver's restaurant in Lake Zurich on Thursday. Students previewed the musical that will be performed this weekend at Lake Zurich High School Performing Arts Center.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Tabitha Wagner, 4, of Elk Grove Village sips hot cocoa supreme at the Covered Bridge Cremery during the Long Grove Cocoa Crawl Saturday.
  Tabitha Wagner, 4, of Elk Grove Village sips hot cocoa supreme at the Covered Bridge Cremery during the Long Grove Cocoa Crawl Saturday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Ironworker Mark O'Brien attaches the beam into place after a "beam signing" Thursday for the final installation of the new police station in Arlington Heights. The mayor, trustees and other officials signed the beam before it was hoisted and put into place on the steel structure.
  Ironworker Mark O'Brien attaches the beam into place after a "beam signing" Thursday for the final installation of the new police station in Arlington Heights. The mayor, trustees and other officials signed the beam before it was hoisted and put into place on the steel structure.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Amanda Johnston, of Mundelein, left, her son Merritt, 4, and best friend Cortnee Cappellania, also of Mundelein cruise down the sled hill at Community Park in Mundelein during Friday's snowstorm.
  Amanda Johnston, of Mundelein, left, her son Merritt, 4, and best friend Cortnee Cappellania, also of Mundelein cruise down the sled hill at Community Park in Mundelein during Friday's snowstorm.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Emily Brunnel, of Grayslake poses with Miss Illinois International 2018 Kennedy Starcevich, left, and Miss Teen Illinois International 2018 Jaycey Johnson during a prom night experience for guests with special needs sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation and The Chapel in Grayslake Friday.
  Emily Brunnel, of Grayslake poses with Miss Illinois International 2018 Kennedy Starcevich, left, and Miss Teen Illinois International 2018 Jaycey Johnson during a prom night experience for guests with special needs sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation and The Chapel in Grayslake Friday.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
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