Images: See what we saw in The Week in Pictures

 
 
Posted6/11/2018 1:00 AM
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Ken Abbott, of Green Oaks shows his 6-year-old twin daughters, Gracie and Glory, the engine of a 1967 Ford Mustang during the 6th annual Lambs Farm Champion Car Show on Sunday in Libertyville.
  Ken Abbott, of Green Oaks shows his 6-year-old twin daughters, Gracie and Glory, the engine of a 1967 Ford Mustang during the 6th annual Lambs Farm Champion Car Show on Sunday in Libertyville.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Jim Cavallari, of Beach Park samples beer from Long Grove's Buffalo Creek Brewery during Grayslake's 6th Annual Craft Beer Festival Saturday.
  Jim Cavallari, of Beach Park samples beer from Long Grove's Buffalo Creek Brewery during Grayslake's 6th Annual Craft Beer Festival Saturday.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Kim Gilmore of Gilberts removes a sign that was too large according to Elgin code. Myra Becker, the 94-year-old Elgin woman with the oversize "Impeach President Donald Trump Now" sign, decided to be done with all the hoopla and had her sign cut down to conform with city ordinance on Wednesday. "When I first did it, I didn't think about the size. I wanted a big sign. I thought about it, and if that's the rules, I will conform to the rules." The sign had been up since February but a code compliance officers told her Monday she needed to remove it.
  Kim Gilmore of Gilberts removes a sign that was too large according to Elgin code. Myra Becker, the 94-year-old Elgin woman with the oversize "Impeach President Donald Trump Now" sign, decided to be done with all the hoopla and had her sign cut down to conform with city ordinance on Wednesday. "When I first did it, I didn't think about the size. I wanted a big sign. I thought about it, and if that's the rules, I will conform to the rules." The sign had been up since February but a code compliance officers told her Monday she needed to remove it.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Libertyville residents Jackson Petersen, left, Ryan Cote and Anthony Brucato, all 19, work at Bagels by the Books in Libertyville on Tuesday. The bagel restaurant is closing after 18 years.
  Libertyville residents Jackson Petersen, left, Ryan Cote and Anthony Brucato, all 19, work at Bagels by the Books in Libertyville on Tuesday. The bagel restaurant is closing after 18 years.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Dave Lupella, of Lang Lake, Wisconsin cleans the grill on his 1938 Ford Deluxe Coupe during the 6th annual Lambs Farm Champion Car Show on Sunday in Libertyville. The juried show featured a wide variety of makes and models of cars.
  Dave Lupella, of Lang Lake, Wisconsin cleans the grill on his 1938 Ford Deluxe Coupe during the 6th annual Lambs Farm Champion Car Show on Sunday in Libertyville. The juried show featured a wide variety of makes and models of cars.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Professional golfer Tee-K Kelly, of Wheaton works on putting a goal post together during a charity event at Learn Charter 10 in North Chicago on Tuesday. Sports Shed and Rust-Oleum work together to donate sports equipment to students and the after-school program.
  Professional golfer Tee-K Kelly, of Wheaton works on putting a goal post together during a charity event at Learn Charter 10 in North Chicago on Tuesday. Sports Shed and Rust-Oleum work together to donate sports equipment to students and the after-school program.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
The Rev. Paris Donehoo is retiring from First Congregational Church, and is also writing a book that will come out this fall.
  The Rev. Paris Donehoo is retiring from First Congregational Church, and is also writing a book that will come out this fall.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Briana Richardson tapes full boxes of food Tuesday. Aldi, which has its U.S. headquarters in Batavia, will have several hundred workers packing disaster kits of Aldi foods, to be sent to places where disasters such as hurricanes and tornadoes hit. It is also donating $100,000 to Northern Illinois Food Bank.
  Briana Richardson tapes full boxes of food Tuesday. Aldi, which has its U.S. headquarters in Batavia, will have several hundred workers packing disaster kits of Aldi foods, to be sent to places where disasters such as hurricanes and tornadoes hit. It is also donating $100,000 to Northern Illinois Food Bank.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Band leader José Rivera sings amid the crowd as Five Guys Named Moe performs during Bloomingdale's Summer Concert Series in Old Town Park Tuesday.
  Band leader José Rivera sings amid the crowd as Five Guys Named Moe performs during Bloomingdale's Summer Concert Series in Old Town Park Tuesday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
World War II veterans Dom Errichiello, 93, left, and Dick Rung, 93, right, embrace after sharing memories of D-Day during a presentation at Windsor Park in Carol Stream on Wednesday.
  World War II veterans Dom Errichiello, 93, left, and Dick Rung, 93, right, embrace after sharing memories of D-Day during a presentation at Windsor Park in Carol Stream on Wednesday.
Bev Horne | Staff Photographer
Conductor Ron Keller directs the first concert of the summer, "Another Opening, Another Show. "This is my 53rd year waving a stick at you," Keller said to the Naperville Municipal Band before their show opened up.
  Conductor Ron Keller directs the first concert of the summer, "Another Opening, Another Show. "This is my 53rd year waving a stick at you," Keller said to the Naperville Municipal Band before their show opened up.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Samantha Luka moves boxes filled with food Tuesday. Aldi, which has its U.S. headquarters in Batavia, will have several hundred workers packing disaster kits of Aldi foods, to be sent to places where disasters such as hurricanes and tornadoes hit. It is also donating $100,000 to Northern Illinois Food Bank.
  Samantha Luka moves boxes filled with food Tuesday. Aldi, which has its U.S. headquarters in Batavia, will have several hundred workers packing disaster kits of Aldi foods, to be sent to places where disasters such as hurricanes and tornadoes hit. It is also donating $100,000 to Northern Illinois Food Bank.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Diane Ward left, and Kay Paras, right, both of Naperville relax by participating in their "Stitching in the Stacks Library Program" before the first concert of the summer at the Community Concert Center in Central Park in Naperville.
  Diane Ward left, and Kay Paras, right, both of Naperville relax by participating in their "Stitching in the Stacks Library Program" before the first concert of the summer at the Community Concert Center in Central Park in Naperville.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Zach Damenti, of Lakes High School poses for pictures with his award hardware as well as Uncle Jim Damenti and Aunt Julie Damenti of Libertyville as part of the Daily Herald Prep Sports Excellence Awards at the Sears Centre in Hoffman Estates Thursday night. Zach was awarded the Heart and Soul Award at the event.
  Zach Damenti, of Lakes High School poses for pictures with his award hardware as well as Uncle Jim Damenti and Aunt Julie Damenti of Libertyville as part of the Daily Herald Prep Sports Excellence Awards at the Sears Centre in Hoffman Estates Thursday night. Zach was awarded the Heart and Soul Award at the event.
Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer
Maverick McNealy crosses a bridge after playing the seventh hole during the first round of the Rust-Oleum Championship at the Ivanhoe Club near Mundelein Thursday.
  Maverick McNealy crosses a bridge after playing the seventh hole during the first round of the Rust-Oleum Championship at the Ivanhoe Club near Mundelein Thursday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Michael Schlaak and his wife Jackie entertain their son Truman, 2, as the Arlington Heights Picnic in the Park 2018 swings into high gear at North School Park on Friday.
  Michael Schlaak and his wife Jackie entertain their son Truman, 2, as the Arlington Heights Picnic in the Park 2018 swings into high gear at North School Park on Friday.
Mark Welsh@dailyherald.com
From left, Sean DesRoches, Maureen Obuchowski and Joe Obuchowski of the band Latest Rumor perform during Hawthorn Woods Summer in the Parks Events Kick-Off Friday night at Community Park.
  From left, Sean DesRoches, Maureen Obuchowski and Joe Obuchowski of the band Latest Rumor perform during Hawthorn Woods Summer in the Parks Events Kick-Off Friday night at Community Park.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Veterans George Hayes, left, and Mark Belin, right, help Ray Colver of AbbVie unload the 20 new bikes purchased by AbbVie which are being given to local veterans at Catholic Charities in Waukegan Friday.
  Veterans George Hayes, left, and Mark Belin, right, help Ray Colver of AbbVie unload the 20 new bikes purchased by AbbVie which are being given to local veterans at Catholic Charities in Waukegan Friday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Air Force veteran Chris Batalis, of Wheeling rides one of the 20 new bikes purchased by AbbVie and given to local veterans at Catholic Charities in Waukegan Friday.
  Air Force veteran Chris Batalis, of Wheeling rides one of the 20 new bikes purchased by AbbVie and given to local veterans at Catholic Charities in Waukegan Friday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
A deer peeks out from the prairie at Lincoln Marsh in Wheaton.
  A deer peeks out from the prairie at Lincoln Marsh in Wheaton.
Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

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