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

 
 
Posted7/16/2018 9:00 AM
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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.

Alison Bogenski, 12 of Mundelein, takes a fish she caught to get weighed in during the Mundelein Police Department's 21st Annual Cops 'N' Bobbers fishing derby Saturday at the University of Saint Mary of the Lake seminary.
  Alison Bogenski, 12 of Mundelein, takes a fish she caught to get weighed in during the Mundelein Police Department's 21st Annual Cops 'N' Bobbers fishing derby Saturday at the University of Saint Mary of the Lake seminary.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
The Mundelein Police Department held its 21st Annual Cops 'N' Bobbers fishing derby Saturday at the University of Saint Mary of the Lake seminary. Around 300 kids ages 3-13 attended throughout the four-hour event.
  The Mundelein Police Department held its 21st Annual Cops 'N' Bobbers fishing derby Saturday at the University of Saint Mary of the Lake seminary. Around 300 kids ages 3-13 attended throughout the four-hour event.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Hunter Polnau, 12 of Wauconda, pulls in a catfish with the help of his dad, Ed Polnau, during the Mundelein Police Department's 21st Annual Cops 'N' Bobbers fishing derby at University of Saint Mary of the Lake seminary on Saturday.
  Hunter Polnau, 12 of Wauconda, pulls in a catfish with the help of his dad, Ed Polnau, during the Mundelein Police Department's 21st Annual Cops 'N' Bobbers fishing derby at University of Saint Mary of the Lake seminary on Saturday.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Mundelein Police Department explorer Danny Ryazanov, left, weighs a catfish caught by Hunter Polnau, right, during the Mundelein Police Department's 21st Annual Cops 'N' Bobbers fishing derby University of Saint Mary of the Lake seminary on Saturday.
  Mundelein Police Department explorer Danny Ryazanov, left, weighs a catfish caught by Hunter Polnau, right, during the Mundelein Police Department's 21st Annual Cops 'N' Bobbers fishing derby University of Saint Mary of the Lake seminary on Saturday.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Connor Habben, 8 of Ingleside, keeps an eye on the catfish he caught as its taken to the weigh station during the Mundelein Police Department's 21st Annual Cops 'N' Bobbers fishing derby Saturday at University of Saint Mary of the Lake seminary.
  Connor Habben, 8 of Ingleside, keeps an eye on the catfish he caught as its taken to the weigh station during the Mundelein Police Department's 21st Annual Cops 'N' Bobbers fishing derby Saturday at University of Saint Mary of the Lake seminary.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Karina, 7, left, and Miley, 8, Carrillo of Addison hang on tight during a ride Saturday during the Glendale Heights Fest.
  Karina, 7, left, and Miley, 8, Carrillo of Addison hang on tight during a ride Saturday during the Glendale Heights Fest.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Festival goes enjoy one of the rides Saturday during the Glendale Heights Fest.
  Festival goes enjoy one of the rides Saturday during the Glendale Heights Fest.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Marcus Allen, 18, of Lombard, left, and Antonio Cormier, 18, of Glendale Heights enjoy a bucket of cheese fries with bacon Saturday during the Glendale Heights Fest.
  Marcus Allen, 18, of Lombard, left, and Antonio Cormier, 18, of Glendale Heights enjoy a bucket of cheese fries with bacon Saturday during the Glendale Heights Fest.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Members of Vivid Vision from left Conner Schad, Walker Wilson and Clinton Coronado play during the Battle of the Bands contest Saturday during BeachFest at the Cultural & Civic Center of Round Lake Beach.
  Members of Vivid Vision from left Conner Schad, Walker Wilson and Clinton Coronado play during the Battle of the Bands contest Saturday during BeachFest at the Cultural & Civic Center of Round Lake Beach.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Miss Round Lake Area 2018 Christina Larson of Round Lake and Little Miss Round Lake Area Jaelyne Ochoa of Round Lake Beach have fun handing out BeachFest programs Saturday at the Cultural & Civic Center of Round Lake Beach. BeachFest continues through Sunday.
  Miss Round Lake Area 2018 Christina Larson of Round Lake and Little Miss Round Lake Area Jaelyne Ochoa of Round Lake Beach have fun handing out BeachFest programs Saturday at the Cultural & Civic Center of Round Lake Beach. BeachFest continues through Sunday.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
The Disney princesses and Round Lake area pageant winners pose for a photo during BeachFest Saturday at the Cultural & Civic Center of Round Lake Beach. The fest continues through Sunday.
  The Disney princesses and Round Lake area pageant winners pose for a photo during BeachFest Saturday at the Cultural & Civic Center of Round Lake Beach. The fest continues through Sunday.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
A young goat looks for a handout in the Miller's Petting Zoo of Geneseo during BeachFest Saturday at the Cultural & Civic Center of Round Lake Beach.
  A young goat looks for a handout in the Miller's Petting Zoo of Geneseo during BeachFest Saturday at the Cultural & Civic Center of Round Lake Beach.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Caitlin Saxinger, 11 of Hainesville, pets a miniature donkey with her dad, Mike Saxinger, during BeachFest Saturday at the Cultural & Civic Center of Round Lake Beach. The animals were provided by Miller's Petting Zoo of Geneseo, Ill.
  Caitlin Saxinger, 11 of Hainesville, pets a miniature donkey with her dad, Mike Saxinger, during BeachFest Saturday at the Cultural & Civic Center of Round Lake Beach. The animals were provided by Miller's Petting Zoo of Geneseo, Ill.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Kevin Realzola of Carpentersville throws bags Saturday during the annual Fox on the Fest at the revamped Carpenter Park in Carpentersville.
  Kevin Realzola of Carpentersville throws bags Saturday during the annual Fox on the Fest at the revamped Carpenter Park in Carpentersville.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Secret Acoustic Society performs Saturday during the annual Fox on the Fest at the revamped Carpenter Park in Carpentersville.
  Secret Acoustic Society performs Saturday during the annual Fox on the Fest at the revamped Carpenter Park in Carpentersville.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Founder of Lemons of Love in Mt. Prospect and a 2014 cancer survivor herself Jill Swanson is proud to present her new cancer facility at the corner of Northwest Highway and Central Road. The facility will offer up services like having your head shaved in private to cancer fighters, survivors and caregivers on site.
  Founder of Lemons of Love in Mt. Prospect and a 2014 cancer survivor herself Jill Swanson is proud to present her new cancer facility at the corner of Northwest Highway and Central Road. The facility will offer up services like having your head shaved in private to cancer fighters, survivors and caregivers on site.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Founder of Lemons of Love in Mt. Prospect and a 2014 cancer survivor herself Jill Swanson is proud to present her new cancer facility at the corner of Northwest Highway and Central Road. The facility will offer up services like having your head shaved in private to cancer fighters, survivors and caregivers on site. Here she walks with Mt. Prospect's Steve Polit who is a 1994 survivor himself showing him the facility at the grand opening on Saturday.
  Founder of Lemons of Love in Mt. Prospect and a 2014 cancer survivor herself Jill Swanson is proud to present her new cancer facility at the corner of Northwest Highway and Central Road. The facility will offer up services like having your head shaved in private to cancer fighters, survivors and caregivers on site. Here she walks with Mt. Prospect's Steve Polit who is a 1994 survivor himself showing him the facility at the grand opening on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Founder of Lemons of Love in Mt. Prospect and a 2014 cancer survivor herself Jill Swanson is proud to present her new cancer facility at the corner of Northwest Highway and Central Road. The facility will offer up services like having your head shaved in private to cancer fighters, survivors and caregivers on site. Here she shows off chemo care boxes filled with things to make your hours of getting chemotherapy more tolerable.
  Founder of Lemons of Love in Mt. Prospect and a 2014 cancer survivor herself Jill Swanson is proud to present her new cancer facility at the corner of Northwest Highway and Central Road. The facility will offer up services like having your head shaved in private to cancer fighters, survivors and caregivers on site. Here she shows off chemo care boxes filled with things to make your hours of getting chemotherapy more tolerable.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Trying hard to keep afloat in the Unsinkable 2 boat are William Bitcon, 13, Ryan, 12, and Matthew Hauptman, 14, of Des Plaines at the Des Plaines Park District Cardboard Boat Regatta held at Iroquois Pool on Saturday.
  Trying hard to keep afloat in the Unsinkable 2 boat are William Bitcon, 13, Ryan, 12, and Matthew Hauptman, 14, of Des Plaines at the Des Plaines Park District Cardboard Boat Regatta held at Iroquois Pool on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Trying hard to keep from capsizing in their boat the Holy Cow are Chris Ochoa of Des Plaines, James Choske of Chicago and Jimmy Bober, of Des Plaines at the Des Plaines Park District Cardboard Boat Regatta held at Iroquois Pool on Saturday.
  Trying hard to keep from capsizing in their boat the Holy Cow are Chris Ochoa of Des Plaines, James Choske of Chicago and Jimmy Bober, of Des Plaines at the Des Plaines Park District Cardboard Boat Regatta held at Iroquois Pool on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Trying hard to keep from capsizing in their Shadow Pirate boat are Jack Van Cuyk, 9, and his brother Ryan, 7, of Schaumburg at the Des Plaines Park District Cardboard Boat Regatta held at Iroquois Pool on Saturday.
  Trying hard to keep from capsizing in their Shadow Pirate boat are Jack Van Cuyk, 9, and his brother Ryan, 7, of Schaumburg at the Des Plaines Park District Cardboard Boat Regatta held at Iroquois Pool on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Victory is ours as team Unicorn, Giovanni Lee, 9, of Chicago, Brianna Choske, 8, of Chicago and Frankie Bober, 9, of Des Plaines pulls into port beating out the boys in the Unsinkable 2 boat in the Des Plaines Park District Cardboard Boat Regatta at the Iroquois Pool on Saturday.
  Victory is ours as team Unicorn, Giovanni Lee, 9, of Chicago, Brianna Choske, 8, of Chicago and Frankie Bober, 9, of Des Plaines pulls into port beating out the boys in the Unsinkable 2 boat in the Des Plaines Park District Cardboard Boat Regatta at the Iroquois Pool on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Lifeguard Spencer Bretz throws water into the boat of James Fagan, 6, of Bartlett as he bails water out of his boat during the "Sink or Swim Boat Challenge" at the Bartlett Aquatic Center on Sunday. Boats were constructed of cardboard, duct tape and glue to see if they could float.
  Lifeguard Spencer Bretz throws water into the boat of James Fagan, 6, of Bartlett as he bails water out of his boat during the "Sink or Swim Boat Challenge" at the Bartlett Aquatic Center on Sunday. Boats were constructed of cardboard, duct tape and glue to see if they could float.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Clairianah Medina, 11, of Carol Stream tries to lift her boat out of the water after it sank during the "Sink or Swim Boat Challenge" at the Bartlett Aquatic Center on Sunday. Boats were constructed of cardboard, duct tape and glue to see if they could float.
  Clairianah Medina, 11, of Carol Stream tries to lift her boat out of the water after it sank during the "Sink or Swim Boat Challenge" at the Bartlett Aquatic Center on Sunday. Boats were constructed of cardboard, duct tape and glue to see if they could float.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Lifeguard Amber Fiedler is drenched by her co-workers after creating a makeshift raft of life preservers and floating it on the lazy river during the "Sink or Swim Boat Challenge" at the Bartlett Aquatic Center on Sunday. Boats were constructed of cardboard, duct tape and glue to see if they could float.
  Lifeguard Amber Fiedler is drenched by her co-workers after creating a makeshift raft of life preservers and floating it on the lazy river during the "Sink or Swim Boat Challenge" at the Bartlett Aquatic Center on Sunday. Boats were constructed of cardboard, duct tape and glue to see if they could float.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Jordyn Frake of the Midwest Renegade Equestrian Drill Team performs during the Wauconda Area Chamber of Commerce IPRA Championship Rodeo at the rodeo grounds in Wauconda on Sunday. It was Family Day for the 55th annual rodeo.
  Jordyn Frake of the Midwest Renegade Equestrian Drill Team performs during the Wauconda Area Chamber of Commerce IPRA Championship Rodeo at the rodeo grounds in Wauconda on Sunday. It was Family Day for the 55th annual rodeo.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Justin Thigpin competes in steer wrestling during the Wauconda Area Cahmber of Commerce IPRA Championship Rodeo at the rodeo grounds in Wauconda on Sunday. It was Family Day for the 55th annual rodeo.
  Justin Thigpin competes in steer wrestling during the Wauconda Area Cahmber of Commerce IPRA Championship Rodeo at the rodeo grounds in Wauconda on Sunday. It was Family Day for the 55th annual rodeo.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Raymond Hostetler competes in saddle bronc riding during the Wauconda Area Cahmber of Commerce IPRA Championship Rodeo at the rodeo grounds in Wauconda on Sunday. It was Family Day for the 55th annual rodeo.
  Raymond Hostetler competes in saddle bronc riding during the Wauconda Area Cahmber of Commerce IPRA Championship Rodeo at the rodeo grounds in Wauconda on Sunday. It was Family Day for the 55th annual rodeo.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Wheaton West, 5, of Jasonville, Ind., gets help from his mom, Kindra, with his chaps before riding in the Wauconda Area Cahmber of Commerce IPRA Championship Rodeo at the rodeo grounds in Wauconda on Sunday. It was Family Day for the 55th annual rodeo.
  Wheaton West, 5, of Jasonville, Ind., gets help from his mom, Kindra, with his chaps before riding in the Wauconda Area Cahmber of Commerce IPRA Championship Rodeo at the rodeo grounds in Wauconda on Sunday. It was Family Day for the 55th annual rodeo.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Gianna Marotta, 2, checks her progress as she digs in to a trough of ice cream in a contest at the Windmill City Festival on Sunday in Batavia. Dozens of people, decided into age groups, competed to eat a scoop the fastest. Gianna didn't seem to mind not winning. Her family is from Batavia.
  Gianna Marotta, 2, checks her progress as she digs in to a trough of ice cream in a contest at the Windmill City Festival on Sunday in Batavia. Dozens of people, decided into age groups, competed to eat a scoop the fastest. Gianna didn't seem to mind not winning. Her family is from Batavia.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Hannah Smith, 3, gets a golf lesson from her dad James at the Windmill City Festival on Sunday in Batavia. They were chipping balls from the Riverwalk toward a floating green in the Fox River lagoon. They are from Geneva.
  Hannah Smith, 3, gets a golf lesson from her dad James at the Windmill City Festival on Sunday in Batavia. They were chipping balls from the Riverwalk toward a floating green in the Fox River lagoon. They are from Geneva.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
West Chicago Police Officers open the Railroad Days parade on Sunday in West Chicago.
  West Chicago Police Officers open the Railroad Days parade on Sunday in West Chicago.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Barry Dredze waves an American Flag as he leads the Winfield Township Democratic Organization in the Railroad Days parade on Sunday in West Chicago. He also wore a railroad engineers hat.
  Barry Dredze waves an American Flag as he leads the Winfield Township Democratic Organization in the Railroad Days parade on Sunday in West Chicago. He also wore a railroad engineers hat.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
The Kane County Mounted Rangers ride in the Railroad Days parade on Sunday in West Chicago. The volunteer group patrols the county's forest preserves.
  The Kane County Mounted Rangers ride in the Railroad Days parade on Sunday in West Chicago. The volunteer group patrols the county's forest preserves.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
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