Blood and snow are not the only things to make an appearance in The Week in Pictures photo gallery for October 24-30, 2020.

 
and snow make appearances in The Week in Pictures photo gallery for October 24-30, 2020.
 
Posted11/1/2020 9:00 PM
Owner Mike Warren and Brittain's Car Wash will hold their "Tunnel of Terror" haunted fundraising car wash Wednesday through Saturday in Elgin. It's $20 for their premium wash in addition to scares and special effects. $5 from each wash goes to Food for Greater Elgin.
  Owner Mike Warren and Brittain's Car Wash will hold their "Tunnel of Terror" haunted fundraising car wash Wednesday through Saturday in Elgin. It's $20 for their premium wash in addition to scares and special effects. $5 from each wash goes to Food for Greater Elgin.
Rick West | Staff Photographer
An Elgin Parks worker cuts the grass and clears the snow Monday October 26, 2020 at Wing Park in Elgin.
  An Elgin Parks worker cuts the grass and clears the snow Monday October 26, 2020 at Wing Park in Elgin.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
CEO Cris Doornbos carefully steps over some debris during a tour of the David C. Cook office building in Elgin Wednesday. The Elgin City Council will decide at a meeting on Nov. 4 whether or not to declare the building a landmark against the company's wishes.
  CEO Cris Doornbos carefully steps over some debris during a tour of the David C. Cook office building in Elgin Wednesday. The Elgin City Council will decide at a meeting on Nov. 4 whether or not to declare the building a landmark against the company's wishes.
Rick West | Staff Photographer
Maeve Henkel, 6, of Arlington Heights explores the spooky graveyard during the third annual All Hallow's Eve event at the Arlington Heights Historical Museum Saturday October 24, 2020 in Arlington Heights.
  Maeve Henkel, 6, of Arlington Heights explores the spooky graveyard during the third annual All Hallow's Eve event at the Arlington Heights Historical Museum Saturday October 24, 2020 in Arlington Heights.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Elisa Lara of Elgin ties ribbons to the Chicago Street Bridge as part of the Coalition for a Safe and Healthy Elgin's Red Ribbon Week Campaign Saturday October 24, 2020.
  Elisa Lara of Elgin ties ribbons to the Chicago Street Bridge as part of the Coalition for a Safe and Healthy Elgin's Red Ribbon Week Campaign Saturday October 24, 2020.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Clifftina Johnson, mother of Tafara Williams, speaks during a Black Lives Matter Rally in Waukgan Saturday October 24, 2020 as Marcellis Stinnette Jr., age seven months, is held by his aunt, Sharay Johnson. Williams, the boy's mother, was shot and wounded, and her boyfriend, Marcellis Stinnette, the boy's father, was shot and killed by a Waukegan police officer on Oct. 20.
  Clifftina Johnson, mother of Tafara Williams, speaks during a Black Lives Matter Rally in Waukgan Saturday October 24, 2020 as Marcellis Stinnette Jr., age seven months, is held by his aunt, Sharay Johnson. Williams, the boy's mother, was shot and wounded, and her boyfriend, Marcellis Stinnette, the boy's father, was shot and killed by a Waukegan police officer on Oct. 20.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Fox Fire restaurant in Geneva plans to stay open despite the governors orders.
  Fox Fire restaurant in Geneva plans to stay open despite the governors orders.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Peggy Kinnane's Irish Restaurant & Pub owner Derek Hanley is providing his customers with heaters while dining outside of the Arlington Heights business. Hanley is sticking with outdoor dining only to comply with the governor's temporary ban on indoor dining in Cook County.
  Peggy Kinnane's Irish Restaurant & Pub owner Derek Hanley is providing his customers with heaters while dining outside of the Arlington Heights business. Hanley is sticking with outdoor dining only to comply with the governor's temporary ban on indoor dining in Cook County.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Opponents of the Haymarket substance abuse treatment center proposal hold a car rally parade on Irving Park Road in Itasca Wednesday evening. In the background is the former Holiday Inn that could become the Haymarket.
  Opponents of the Haymarket substance abuse treatment center proposal hold a car rally parade on Irving Park Road in Itasca Wednesday evening. In the background is the former Holiday Inn that could become the Haymarket.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Teachers hold a socially distanced rally in the parking lot of Indian Trail Junior High School in Addison Wednesday evening to express their desire to switch to remote learning.
  Teachers hold a socially distanced rally in the parking lot of Indian Trail Junior High School in Addison Wednesday evening to express their desire to switch to remote learning.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Jim Melchert, of Garage Store shows the Miller family of South Elgin, some of the features of their garage after they won the Garage Makeover contest.
  Jim Melchert, of Garage Store shows the Miller family of South Elgin, some of the features of their garage after they won the Garage Makeover contest.
Rick West | Staff Photographer
Volunteer Ira Marcus arranges a gift basket Thursday that he was photographing for the Elgin History Museum's annual fundraising auction. The annual gala event has been switched to Zoom and will take place on Saturday, Nov. 7, but the bidding for items in the silent auction, including this gift pack from Graham's Chocolates, begins next Wednesday, Nov. 4.
  Volunteer Ira Marcus arranges a gift basket Thursday that he was photographing for the Elgin History Museum's annual fundraising auction. The annual gala event has been switched to Zoom and will take place on Saturday, Nov. 7, but the bidding for items in the silent auction, including this gift pack from Graham's Chocolates, begins next Wednesday, Nov. 4.
Rick West | Staff Photographer
Cynthia Tsao, of Naperville donates blood Thursday October 29, 2020 in Lisle.
  Cynthia Tsao, of Naperville donates blood Thursday October 29, 2020 in Lisle.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Petty Officer First Class Konrad Otachel sneeks up behind his daughter, kindergartener Naomi Otachel, at St. Thomas of Villanova School in Palatine Friday. She was reading about he father being in the Navy and away from home when he surprised her at school.
  Petty Officer First Class Konrad Otachel sneeks up behind his daughter, kindergartener Naomi Otachel, at St. Thomas of Villanova School in Palatine Friday. She was reading about he father being in the Navy and away from home when he surprised her at school.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Steve from the video game Minecraft waves to Ironman as they trick-or-treat on Milwaukee Avenue in Libertyville Friday.
  Steve from the video game Minecraft waves to Ironman as they trick-or-treat on Milwaukee Avenue in Libertyville Friday.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
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