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Images: See some of the best pictures by Daily Herald photographers from this past 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.

Thistles are covered in ice in Mundelein on Sunday after freezing rain fell overnight. Light snow mixed with rain creating icy conditions in Lake County.
  Thistles are covered in ice in Mundelein on Sunday after freezing rain fell overnight. Light snow mixed with rain creating icy conditions in Lake County.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Leaves are covered in ice in Mundelein on Sunday after freezing rain fell overnight. Light snow mixed with rain creating icy conditions in Lake County.
  Leaves are covered in ice in Mundelein on Sunday after freezing rain fell overnight. Light snow mixed with rain creating icy conditions in Lake County.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Branches and berries are covered in ice in Mundelein on Sunday after freezing rain fell overnight. Light snow mixed with rain creating icy conditions in Lake County.
  Branches and berries are covered in ice in Mundelein on Sunday after freezing rain fell overnight. Light snow mixed with rain creating icy conditions in Lake County.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Sean Woodworth, 4, of Rolling Meadows gets a close look at a bearded dragon named Pancake at the Harper College 50th Anniversary open house Saturday in Palatine. The reptile was being corralled by Zoology student Angelica Niewierowski, of Rolling Meadows.
Sean Woodworth, 4, of Rolling Meadows gets a close look at a bearded dragon named Pancake at the Harper College 50th Anniversary open house Saturday in Palatine. The reptile was being corralled by Zoology student Angelica Niewierowski, of Rolling Meadows.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Hallways and classrooms were crowded at the Harper College 50th Anniversary open house Saturday in Palatine.
Hallways and classrooms were crowded at the Harper College 50th Anniversary open house Saturday in Palatine.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Kristiana Syziu pours vitamin enriched vegetables into a bag while Rudina Salsa watches as Glen Ellyn residents pack meals for feed My starving Children Saturday at Glen Ellyn Bible Church. Their goal is to pack 272,160 meals during the weekend.
Kristiana Syziu pours vitamin enriched vegetables into a bag while Rudina Salsa watches as Glen Ellyn residents pack meals for feed My starving Children Saturday at Glen Ellyn Bible Church. Their goal is to pack 272,160 meals during the weekend.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Bags of rice are counted as Glen Ellyn residents pack meals for feed My starving Children Saturday at Glen Ellyn Bible Church. Their goal is to pack 272,160 meals during the weekend.
Bags of rice are counted as Glen Ellyn residents pack meals for feed My starving Children Saturday at Glen Ellyn Bible Church. Their goal is to pack 272,160 meals during the weekend.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
John Foster holds up his hands as he weighs a bag of grains as Glen Ellyn residents pack meals for feed My starving Children Saturday at Glen Ellyn Bible Church. Their goal is to pack 272,160 meals during the weekend.
John Foster holds up his hands as he weighs a bag of grains as Glen Ellyn residents pack meals for feed My starving Children Saturday at Glen Ellyn Bible Church. Their goal is to pack 272,160 meals during the weekend.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
About 100 Glen Ellyn residents pack meals for feed My starving Children Saturday at Glen Ellyn Bible Church. Their goal is to pack 272,160 meals during the weekend. People worked in two-hour shifts throughout the weekend.
About 100 Glen Ellyn residents pack meals for feed My starving Children Saturday at Glen Ellyn Bible Church. Their goal is to pack 272,160 meals during the weekend. People worked in two-hour shifts throughout the weekend.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Anthony Coletti, 1 and a half, and his brother Carl, 6, of Fox River Grove get their picture take Saturday with Olympians Michael Glasder of Cary, from left, Casey Larsen of Barrington and Kevin Bickner of Wauconda, at the Norge Ski Jump Club in Fox River Grove.
  Anthony Coletti, 1 and a half, and his brother Carl, 6, of Fox River Grove get their picture take Saturday with Olympians Michael Glasder of Cary, from left, Casey Larsen of Barrington and Kevin Bickner of Wauconda, at the Norge Ski Jump Club in Fox River Grove.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Jaidyn Antosh, 7, of Fox Lake participates in a chicken wing eating contest during the Community Block Party/Expo at the Round Lake Area Park District Sports Center Saturday.
  Jaidyn Antosh, 7, of Fox Lake participates in a chicken wing eating contest during the Community Block Party/Expo at the Round Lake Area Park District Sports Center Saturday.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Jocelyn Cortes, 10, of Round Lake Beach tries to guess what animal she is touching as Mary Spencer, left, of Animal Quest in Antioch holds a ferret during the Community Block Party/Expo at the Round Lake Area Park District Sports Center Saturday.
  Jocelyn Cortes, 10, of Round Lake Beach tries to guess what animal she is touching as Mary Spencer, left, of Animal Quest in Antioch holds a ferret during the Community Block Party/Expo at the Round Lake Area Park District Sports Center Saturday.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Mary Spencer, left, and Lindsay Mikolajczyk of Animal Quest in Antioch shows off a hedge hog during the Community Block Party/Expo at the Round Lake Area Park District Sports Center Saturday.
  Mary Spencer, left, and Lindsay Mikolajczyk of Animal Quest in Antioch shows off a hedge hog during the Community Block Party/Expo at the Round Lake Area Park District Sports Center Saturday.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Rev. Matt Foley pretends to dig the ground during the groundbreaking and blessing ceremony Sunday at St. James Catholic Church in Arlington Heights. It is a $10 million expansion and renovation project.
  Rev. Matt Foley pretends to dig the ground during the groundbreaking and blessing ceremony Sunday at St. James Catholic Church in Arlington Heights. It is a $10 million expansion and renovation project.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Arlington Heights resident Stan Szott looks at posters illustrating the expansion project during the groundbreaking and blessing ceremony Sunday at St. James Catholic Church in Arlington Heights. It is a $10 million expansion and renovation project.
  Arlington Heights resident Stan Szott looks at posters illustrating the expansion project during the groundbreaking and blessing ceremony Sunday at St. James Catholic Church in Arlington Heights. It is a $10 million expansion and renovation project.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
The "Dink for Hope" pickleball tournament organizers Dana Joseph of Palatine and Thea Froehling of Arlington Heights play a match at the Wheeling Community Recreation Center on Sunday, April 15, 2018.
  The "Dink for Hope" pickleball tournament organizers Dana Joseph of Palatine and Thea Froehling of Arlington Heights play a match at the Wheeling Community Recreation Center on Sunday, April 15, 2018.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Men's doubles play in the "Dink for Hope" pickleball tournament at the Wheeling Community Recreation Center on Sunday, April 15, 2018.
  Men's doubles play in the "Dink for Hope" pickleball tournament at the Wheeling Community Recreation Center on Sunday, April 15, 2018.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Ryan Gold of Shorewood and Al Davenport of New Lenox play a match during the "Dink for Hope" pickleball tournament at the Wheeling Community Recreation Center on Sunday, April 15, 2018.
  Ryan Gold of Shorewood and Al Davenport of New Lenox play a match during the "Dink for Hope" pickleball tournament at the Wheeling Community Recreation Center on Sunday, April 15, 2018.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Fatima Khan of Naperville, left, helps Annie Sorenson of Wheaton put on a Hijab during the Islamic Center of Naperville's Open Mosque Day on Sunday, April 15, 2018.
  Fatima Khan of Naperville, left, helps Annie Sorenson of Wheaton put on a Hijab during the Islamic Center of Naperville's Open Mosque Day on Sunday, April 15, 2018.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Asfa Fakhruddin of Naperville decorates Rebecca Bessey's, 9 of Aurora, hand with henna during the Islamic Center of Naperville's Open Mosque Day on Sunday, April 15, 2018.
  Asfa Fakhruddin of Naperville decorates Rebecca Bessey's, 9 of Aurora, hand with henna during the Islamic Center of Naperville's Open Mosque Day on Sunday, April 15, 2018.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
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