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Images: Some of the best photos that you may have missed this weekend

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Every weekend, Daily Herald photographers venture out to some of the area's best local events. See some of the very best images from our staff that you may have missed this past weekend.

Thirteen-year-old Ryan Siegel of Lake Zurich gets his head shaved by Shelly Healy of Volo during the St. Baldrick's shaving event Sunday in Wauconda to help find a cure for children's cancer. More than 75 people were expected to have their heads shaved at the charity event.
  Thirteen-year-old Ryan Siegel of Lake Zurich gets his head shaved by Shelly Healy of Volo during the St. Baldrick's shaving event Sunday in Wauconda to help find a cure for children's cancer. More than 75 people were expected to have their heads shaved at the charity event.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Wauconda EMT Logan Dierker, left, has his head shaved by Gabrielle Pierotti of Vickie's Personal Touch during the St. Baldrick's shaving event Sunday in Wauconda to help find a cure for children's cancer. More than 75 people were expected to have their heads shaved at the charity event.
  Wauconda EMT Logan Dierker, left, has his head shaved by Gabrielle Pierotti of Vickie's Personal Touch during the St. Baldrick's shaving event Sunday in Wauconda to help find a cure for children's cancer. More than 75 people were expected to have their heads shaved at the charity event.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Former Wauconda resident Kim Kuzma has her hair cut by her mother, Donna Byrne of Wauconda, during the St. Baldrick's shaving event Sunday in Wauconda to help find a cure for children's cancer. More than 75 people were expected to have their heads shaved at the charity event.
  Former Wauconda resident Kim Kuzma has her hair cut by her mother, Donna Byrne of Wauconda, during the St. Baldrick's shaving event Sunday in Wauconda to help find a cure for children's cancer. More than 75 people were expected to have their heads shaved at the charity event.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
A Sugar Bear perches on Karen Feiden's head at the Home Show at the Kane County Fairgrounds in St. Charles Saturday. Feiden, of Aurora, is a distributor for Pocket Pets, which places the small Australian marsupials with families as pets.
  A Sugar Bear perches on Karen Feiden's head at the Home Show at the Kane County Fairgrounds in St. Charles Saturday. Feiden, of Aurora, is a distributor for Pocket Pets, which places the small Australian marsupials with families as pets.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Luis Lorenzano is framed in a window at the Home Show at the Kane County Fairgrounds in St. Charles Saturday. He was in the Belden Home Solutions, of Burr Ridge booth.
  Luis Lorenzano is framed in a window at the Home Show at the Kane County Fairgrounds in St. Charles Saturday. He was in the Belden Home Solutions, of Burr Ridge booth.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Alexis Dillon, 16, of Norridge checks out her dress while she has some alterations made Saturday during the 13th annual Cinderella's Closet at the YWCA in Elgin. The girls were able to get prom or other formal dresses, in addition to shoes, hats, makeup, etc.
  Alexis Dillon, 16, of Norridge checks out her dress while she has some alterations made Saturday during the 13th annual Cinderella's Closet at the YWCA in Elgin. The girls were able to get prom or other formal dresses, in addition to shoes, hats, makeup, etc.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Fairy Godmother, Jean Grinnell, left, helps Esperanza Golden-Garcia, of Elgin, find a dress Saturday during the 13th annual Cinderella's Closet at the YWCA in Elgin. The girls were able to get prom or other formal dresses, in addition to shoes, hats, makeup, etc.
  Fairy Godmother, Jean Grinnell, left, helps Esperanza Golden-Garcia, of Elgin, find a dress Saturday during the 13th annual Cinderella's Closet at the YWCA in Elgin. The girls were able to get prom or other formal dresses, in addition to shoes, hats, makeup, etc.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Yulissa Solis, 19, of Lake in the Hills looks for the perfect dress Saturday during the 13th annual Cinderella's Closet at the YWCA in Elgin. The girls were able to get prom or other formal dresses, in addition to shoes, hats, makeup, etc.
  Yulissa Solis, 19, of Lake in the Hills looks for the perfect dress Saturday during the 13th annual Cinderella's Closet at the YWCA in Elgin. The girls were able to get prom or other formal dresses, in addition to shoes, hats, makeup, etc.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
A prison key is among the many coins displayed during the final day of an auction at Harbor Coin in Gurnee Saturday. The items were seized from a Lake County burglar who was sent to prison in 2013, and are being auctioned because the rightful owners could not be located.
  A prison key is among the many coins displayed during the final day of an auction at Harbor Coin in Gurnee Saturday. The items were seized from a Lake County burglar who was sent to prison in 2013, and are being auctioned because the rightful owners could not be located.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Larry Pence of Wildwood uses a magnifier to view coins during the final day of an auction at Harbor Coin in Gurnee Saturday. The items were seized from a Lake County burglar who was sent to prison in 2013, and are being auctioned because the rightful owners could not be located.
  Larry Pence of Wildwood uses a magnifier to view coins during the final day of an auction at Harbor Coin in Gurnee Saturday. The items were seized from a Lake County burglar who was sent to prison in 2013, and are being auctioned because the rightful owners could not be located.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
The final bids are placed at 2 p.m. during the final day of an auction at Harbor Coin in Gurnee Saturday. The items were seized from a Lake County burglar who was sent to prison in 2013, and are being auctioned because the rightful owners could not be located.
  The final bids are placed at 2 p.m. during the final day of an auction at Harbor Coin in Gurnee Saturday. The items were seized from a Lake County burglar who was sent to prison in 2013, and are being auctioned because the rightful owners could not be located.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Volunteer coordinator Keith Olson scouts for trash in the Great Western Prairie in Elmhurst. The prairie, just north of the Prairie Path, is a 6-acre strip which Olson has been helping to save and protect for the past 40 years.
  Volunteer coordinator Keith Olson scouts for trash in the Great Western Prairie in Elmhurst. The prairie, just north of the Prairie Path, is a 6-acre strip which Olson has been helping to save and protect for the past 40 years.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Volunteer coordinator Keith Olson reaches to the top of some Indian Grass, which is deeply rooted along the Great Western Prairie in Elmhurst. The prairie, just north of the Prairie Path, is a 6-acre strip which Olson has been helping to save and protect for the past 40 years.
  Volunteer coordinator Keith Olson reaches to the top of some Indian Grass, which is deeply rooted along the Great Western Prairie in Elmhurst. The prairie, just north of the Prairie Path, is a 6-acre strip which Olson has been helping to save and protect for the past 40 years.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Volunteer coordinator Keith Olson reaches toward some Indian Grass, which is deeply rooted along the Great Western Prairie in Elmhurst. Olson admires the new displays for runners, bikers and walkers to observe which feature history about the Prairie Path and its various plant species.
  Volunteer coordinator Keith Olson reaches toward some Indian Grass, which is deeply rooted along the Great Western Prairie in Elmhurst. Olson admires the new displays for runners, bikers and walkers to observe which feature history about the Prairie Path and its various plant species.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Volunteer coordinator Keith Olson shows some Indian Grass seed which grows to be deeply rooted along the Great Western Prairie, a remnant prairie, in Elmhurst.
  Volunteer coordinator Keith Olson shows some Indian Grass seed which grows to be deeply rooted along the Great Western Prairie, a remnant prairie, in Elmhurst.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Volunteers like Kevin Waller, 17, of Elmhurst work to weed out wild raspberry plants which can quickly take over the Elmhurst Great Western Prairie. The prairie is a 6-acre strip that is said to be the only native prairie left in the Western suburbs.
  Volunteers like Kevin Waller, 17, of Elmhurst work to weed out wild raspberry plants which can quickly take over the Elmhurst Great Western Prairie. The prairie is a 6-acre strip that is said to be the only native prairie left in the Western suburbs.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Volunteers like Carol Coffey, Zach Pflum, Emily Liebert and Eric Keeley work to rid nonnative plant species at the Elmhurst Great Western Prairie. The prairie is a 6-acre strip that is said to be the only native prairie left in the Western suburbs.
  Volunteers like Carol Coffey, Zach Pflum, Emily Liebert and Eric Keeley work to rid nonnative plant species at the Elmhurst Great Western Prairie. The prairie is a 6-acre strip that is said to be the only native prairie left in the Western suburbs.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Owner Ed Masterson, center, talks with former employee Larry Messinger of Wheeling on the last day of business for Hackney's Restaurant in Lake Zurich on Sunday. The restaurant has been open for 48 years in the town.
  Owner Ed Masterson, center, talks with former employee Larry Messinger of Wheeling on the last day of business for Hackney's Restaurant in Lake Zurich on Sunday. The restaurant has been open for 48 years in the town.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Waitress Laura Colorado delivers food to a table on the last day of business for Hackney's Restaurant in Lake Zurich on Sunday. The restaurant has been open for 48 years in the town.
  Waitress Laura Colorado delivers food to a table on the last day of business for Hackney's Restaurant in Lake Zurich on Sunday. The restaurant has been open for 48 years in the town.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Waiter Patrick Miller waits on John Molitor of Port Barrington, left, his son, Johnny, and Laris Vigants of Fox River Grove on the last day of business for Hackney's Restaurant in Lake Zurich on Sunday. The restaurant has been open for 48 years in the town.
  Waiter Patrick Miller waits on John Molitor of Port Barrington, left, his son, Johnny, and Laris Vigants of Fox River Grove on the last day of business for Hackney's Restaurant in Lake Zurich on Sunday. The restaurant has been open for 48 years in the town.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Lee Marek of Naperville makes vortex smoke rings during the 30th annual Wonders of Science at Fermilab in Batavia, Sunday.
  Lee Marek of Naperville makes vortex smoke rings during the 30th annual Wonders of Science at Fermilab in Batavia, Sunday.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Using the Bernoulli Effect, Karl Craddock, Fremd High School science teacher, shoots toilet paper over the crowd during the 30th annual Wonders of Science at Fermilab in Batavia.
  Using the Bernoulli Effect, Karl Craddock, Fremd High School science teacher, shoots toilet paper over the crowd during the 30th annual Wonders of Science at Fermilab in Batavia.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Bill Grosser, teacher at Oak Park-River Forest High school levitates a ring using static electricity, during the 30th annual Wonders of Science at Fermilab in Batavia.
  Bill Grosser, teacher at Oak Park-River Forest High school levitates a ring using static electricity, during the 30th annual Wonders of Science at Fermilab in Batavia.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Bill Grosser, teacher at Oak Park-River Forest High school uses electrolytes, salt and water to conduct electricity to light up a light bulb during the 30th annual Wonders of Science at Fermilab in Batavia.
  Bill Grosser, teacher at Oak Park-River Forest High school uses electrolytes, salt and water to conduct electricity to light up a light bulb during the 30th annual Wonders of Science at Fermilab in Batavia.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer

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