Set your sights on The Week in Pictures

 
 
Posted6/17/2019 1:00 AM

Daily Herald photographers covered parades, school events, and historical re-enactments among other news assignments last week and beyond.

Chris Montenero, of Hoffman Estates shoots a bow and arrow as about two dozen Chicago-area fathers participated in "Fiercest Fathers" at Medieval Times in Schaumburg Thursday.
  Chris Montenero, of Hoffman Estates shoots a bow and arrow as about two dozen Chicago-area fathers participated in "Fiercest Fathers" at Medieval Times in Schaumburg Thursday.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Medal of Honor recipient Patrick Brady, left, gives a flag that flew over the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery to Richard L. Duchossois, Arlington Chairman Emeritus during military appreciation day at Arlington International Racecourse in Arlington Heights.
  Medal of Honor recipient Patrick Brady, left, gives a flag that flew over the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery to Richard L. Duchossois, Arlington Chairman Emeritus during military appreciation day at Arlington International Racecourse in Arlington Heights.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Mike Draper, of Troy, Missouri portrays a soldier from the 10th infantry regiment, company H from Sandwich during the Elgin Civil War Experience.
  Mike Draper, of Troy, Missouri portrays a soldier from the 10th infantry regiment, company H from Sandwich during the Elgin Civil War Experience.
Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer
Sandra Williams Smith, center, and her husband Aron Smith, right, and others listen to the national anthem at the newly-renamed Jeffrey Allen Williams Post Office in Warrenville. President Donald Trump in December signed a resolution naming the Warrenville post office the Cpl. Jeffrey Allen Williams Post Office Building. High school classmates of Williams revived a request originally made by his mother to designate the post office in honor of her 20-year-old son, mortally wounded by an improvised explosive device in northwestern Iraq in September 2005.
  Sandra Williams Smith, center, and her husband Aron Smith, right, and others listen to the national anthem at the newly-renamed Jeffrey Allen Williams Post Office in Warrenville. President Donald Trump in December signed a resolution naming the Warrenville post office the Cpl. Jeffrey Allen Williams Post Office Building. High school classmates of Williams revived a request originally made by his mother to designate the post office in honor of her 20-year-old son, mortally wounded by an improvised explosive device in northwestern Iraq in September 2005.
Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer
Left to right, Zongde Lin, Qingzha Dong and Xiuzhen Ma sing a song at Xilin Association, an Asian community center in Naperville. They recently moved to a much larger space.
  Left to right, Zongde Lin, Qingzha Dong and Xiuzhen Ma sing a song at Xilin Association, an Asian community center in Naperville. They recently moved to a much larger space.
Bev Horne | Staff Photographer
Teachers and staff bid farewell to students passing on buses at the end of the school day for the final time to the Thompson Middle School 7th and 8th Grade Center in St. Charles on Friday.
  Teachers and staff bid farewell to students passing on buses at the end of the school day for the final time to the Thompson Middle School 7th and 8th Grade Center in St. Charles on Friday.
Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer
Winner of the Tunnel to Towers 5K Run and Walk is Chris Kerzich, 35, of Bedford Park who salutes the officers as they play the bagpipes near the finish line in Lake Zurich.
  Winner of the Tunnel to Towers 5K Run and Walk is Chris Kerzich, 35, of Bedford Park who salutes the officers as they play the bagpipes near the finish line in Lake Zurich.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Bob Bates, from Camden, Michigan runs the Tunnel to Towers 5K Run and Walk in full firefighter gear as he nears the finish line in Lake Zurich.
  Bob Bates, from Camden, Michigan runs the Tunnel to Towers 5K Run and Walk in full firefighter gear as he nears the finish line in Lake Zurich.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
J. Tyler Whitmer, of Chicago adds color to the second annual Gay Pride Parade in Aurora.
  J. Tyler Whitmer, of Chicago adds color to the second annual Gay Pride Parade in Aurora.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Hannah Fecht, 24, of Aurora was in the mass of people showing the LGBT community love during the second annual Gay Pride Parade in Aurora.
  Hannah Fecht, 24, of Aurora was in the mass of people showing the LGBT community love during the second annual Gay Pride Parade in Aurora.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Deacon Tom Westerkamp, of St. James Catholic Church in Arlington Heights leads a prayer vigil in the gymnasium at Wheeling High School for retired Wheeling High School teacher Anne Martin and husband, David, who were murdered in their Arlington Heights home.
  Deacon Tom Westerkamp, of St. James Catholic Church in Arlington Heights leads a prayer vigil in the gymnasium at Wheeling High School for retired Wheeling High School teacher Anne Martin and husband, David, who were murdered in their Arlington Heights home.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
People hold up candles in the gymnasium at Wheeling High School during a vigil for retired Wheeling High School teacher Anne Martin and husband, David, who were murdered in their Arlington Heights home.
  People hold up candles in the gymnasium at Wheeling High School during a vigil for retired Wheeling High School teacher Anne Martin and husband, David, who were murdered in their Arlington Heights home.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Mario Lopez, of Elk Grove Village tries his first Horchata, a milk and plant based Mexican drink, at the opening evening of the Elk Grove Rotary Fest on Lions Drive in Elk Grove Village Wednesday. He also got an empanada because "I've been thinking about it all year," he said after having one at last year's festival.
  Mario Lopez, of Elk Grove Village tries his first Horchata, a milk and plant based Mexican drink, at the opening evening of the Elk Grove Rotary Fest on Lions Drive in Elk Grove Village Wednesday. He also got an empanada because "I've been thinking about it all year," he said after having one at last year's festival.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Left to right, Elijah Van Poucke, 2, Park Ridge, Kamryn Frisk, 1, Aurora and Joshua Van Poucke, 6, Park Ridge check out the dragonfly Lego art display at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle. The dragonfly has 27,788 Lego bricks. Artist Sean Kenney used 501,158 Lego bricks to create all 15 nature-themed display at the Morton Arboretum, which will be on display through Sunday, September 15, 2019.
  Left to right, Elijah Van Poucke, 2, Park Ridge, Kamryn Frisk, 1, Aurora and Joshua Van Poucke, 6, Park Ridge check out the dragonfly Lego art display at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle. The dragonfly has 27,788 Lego bricks. Artist Sean Kenney used 501,158 Lego bricks to create all 15 nature-themed display at the Morton Arboretum, which will be on display through Sunday, September 15, 2019.
Bev Horne | Staff Photographer
Scenes from the Daily Herald Prep Sports Excellence Awards at Sears Centre Arena in Hoffman Estates on Thursday night.
  Scenes from the Daily Herald Prep Sports Excellence Awards at Sears Centre Arena in Hoffman Estates on Thursday night.
Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer
Scenes from the Daily Herald Prep Sports Excellence Awards at Sears Centre Arena in Hoffman Estates on Thursday night.
  Scenes from the Daily Herald Prep Sports Excellence Awards at Sears Centre Arena in Hoffman Estates on Thursday night.
Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer
Phones Gleber of Luke's grills some burgers during Libertyville Days Friday in downtown Libertyville.
  Phones Gleber of Luke's grills some burgers during Libertyville Days Friday in downtown Libertyville.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Adeleina Vena, 5, of Libertyville enjoys some fires during Libertyville Days Friday in downtown Libertyville.
  Adeleina Vena, 5, of Libertyville enjoys some fires during Libertyville Days Friday in downtown Libertyville.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Jaime Verduzco, of the Buffalo Grove Police Department raise the flags as Sgt. Paul Jamil, right, and Batallion Chief Lt. Shawn Collins of the Buffalo Grove Fire Department salute during their Flag Day celebration at Veterans Park in Buffalo Grove.
  Jaime Verduzco, of the Buffalo Grove Police Department raise the flags as Sgt. Paul Jamil, right, and Batallion Chief Lt. Shawn Collins of the Buffalo Grove Fire Department salute during their Flag Day celebration at Veterans Park in Buffalo Grove.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Third grader Avery Strons holds flowers with a big smile as she interacts with Rockland School third graders during the Nora Project film festival at Copeland School in Libertyville.
  Third grader Avery Strons holds flowers with a big smile as she interacts with Rockland School third graders during the Nora Project film festival at Copeland School in Libertyville.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
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