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Images: Willow Creek changes and a Lombard CROP walk highlight our photos from the weekend

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

Fahteh Shahzad, 9 and his mom Munazza of Lombard walk along the Prairie Path during the Great Prairie Trail CROP Walk in on October 15, 2017.
  Fahteh Shahzad, 9 and his mom Munazza of Lombard walk along the Prairie Path during the Great Prairie Trail CROP Walk in on October 15, 2017.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Great Prairie Trail CROP Walk to collect food for the hungry participants walk along the Prairie Path in Lombard on October 15, 2017.
  Great Prairie Trail CROP Walk to collect food for the hungry participants walk along the Prairie Path in Lombard on October 15, 2017.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Great Prairie Trail CROP Walk to collect food for the hungry kicks off at Lombard Common on October 15, 2017.
  Great Prairie Trail CROP Walk to collect food for the hungry kicks off at Lombard Common on October 15, 2017.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 3-mile walk at the East Side Sports Complex in St. Charles on October 15, 2017.
  American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 3-mile walk at the East Side Sports Complex in St. Charles on October 15, 2017.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Darrell Walsh carries his granddaughter Cambria Sappington, 5 on his shoulders during the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 3-mile walk at the East Side Sports Complex in St. Charles on October 15, 2017.
  Darrell Walsh carries his granddaughter Cambria Sappington, 5 on his shoulders during the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 3-mile walk at the East Side Sports Complex in St. Charles on October 15, 2017.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
A sea of pink could be seen as the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 3-mile walk processed around the East Side Sports Complex in St. Charles on October 15, 2017.
  A sea of pink could be seen as the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 3-mile walk processed around the East Side Sports Complex in St. Charles on October 15, 2017.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Phyllis Schulte of Mokena collected the most donations of any walker with a total of $3150. Schultz walked with 501st Rebel Legion United dressed as Star Wars "Rebel Fighter" during the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 3-mile walk at the East Side Sports Complex in St. Charles on October 15, 2017.
  Phyllis Schulte of Mokena collected the most donations of any walker with a total of $3150. Schultz walked with 501st Rebel Legion United dressed as Star Wars "Rebel Fighter" during the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 3-mile walk at the East Side Sports Complex in St. Charles on October 15, 2017.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Steve Carter, 38, left, will Serve as Lead Teaching Pastor, and Heather Larson, 42, center, will Serve as Lead Pastor of Willow Creek.
  Steve Carter, 38, left, will Serve as Lead Teaching Pastor, and Heather Larson, 42, center, will Serve as Lead Pastor of Willow Creek.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Steve Carter, 38, left, will Serve as Lead Teaching Pastor, and Heather Larson, 42, center, will Serve as Lead Pastor of Willow Creek. Current Senior Pastor Bill Hybels, right, will Continue on Church Staff Until October 2018 When He Will Turn His Attention to Further Development of the Global Leadership Summit
  Steve Carter, 38, left, will Serve as Lead Teaching Pastor, and Heather Larson, 42, center, will Serve as Lead Pastor of Willow Creek. Current Senior Pastor Bill Hybels, right, will Continue on Church Staff Until October 2018 When He Will Turn His Attention to Further Development of the Global Leadership Summit
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Saturday Senior Pastor Bill Hybels announces to Willow Creek Community Church, in Barrington the results of a six-year succession planning process.
  Saturday Senior Pastor Bill Hybels announces to Willow Creek Community Church, in Barrington the results of a six-year succession planning process.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Steve Carter, 38, left, will Serve as Lead Teaching Pastor Willow Creek.
  Steve Carter, 38, left, will Serve as Lead Teaching Pastor Willow Creek.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Heather Larson, 42, will Serve as Lead Pastor of Willow Creek.
  Heather Larson, 42, will Serve as Lead Pastor of Willow Creek.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
The elders of the church pray with Steve Carter, 38, Heather Larson, 42, and Bill Hybels.
  The elders of the church pray with Steve Carter, 38, Heather Larson, 42, and Bill Hybels.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
The congregation listens as Willow Creek Community Church, in Barrington announced the results of a six-year succession planning process Saturday to replace Senior Pastor Bill Hybels.
  The congregation listens as Willow Creek Community Church, in Barrington announced the results of a six-year succession planning process Saturday to replace Senior Pastor Bill Hybels.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
The congregation listens as Willow Creek Community Church, in Barrington announced the results of a six-year succession planning process Saturday to replace Senior Pastor Bill Hybels.
  The congregation listens as Willow Creek Community Church, in Barrington announced the results of a six-year succession planning process Saturday to replace Senior Pastor Bill Hybels.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Loren Rittle of Lake Zurich walks with his son, Oliver, 6, as they look at scarecrows that decorate historic downtown Long Grove. On Saturday, local families decorated scarecrows and placed them around town.
  Loren Rittle of Lake Zurich walks with his son, Oliver, 6, as they look at scarecrows that decorate historic downtown Long Grove. On Saturday, local families decorated scarecrows and placed them around town.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Scarecrows are lined up along Robert Parker Coffin Road in historic downtown Long Grove. On Saturday, local families decorated scarecrows and placed them around town.
  Scarecrows are lined up along Robert Parker Coffin Road in historic downtown Long Grove. On Saturday, local families decorated scarecrows and placed them around town.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Brian Fiddes, 15, of Lake Barrington drives through a distracted driving course during the BRAKES program Sunday at Harper College in Palatine. The teen defensive driving class is taught by professional race car drivers, police officers and ex-Secret Service agents.
  Brian Fiddes, 15, of Lake Barrington drives through a distracted driving course during the BRAKES program Sunday at Harper College in Palatine. The teen defensive driving class is taught by professional race car drivers, police officers and ex-Secret Service agents.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Professional race car driver Stu Hayner talks to students during the BRAKES program Sunday at Harper College in Palatine. The teen defensive driving class is taught by professional race car drivers, police officers and ex-Secret Service agents.
  Professional race car driver Stu Hayner talks to students during the BRAKES program Sunday at Harper College in Palatine. The teen defensive driving class is taught by professional race car drivers, police officers and ex-Secret Service agents.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
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