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COURIER Gallery 11.30.11

  • Stephen Simon addresses the crowd gathered Sunday for a general assembly of the Occupy Claremont movement. The group decided to ask Claremont City Council to pass a resolution supporting the Occupy movement and to hold weekly general assemblies.

    Stephen Simon addresses the crowd gathered Sunday for a general ...

  • More than 50 people gathered on the lawn in Front of Claremont City Hall on Sunday for a general assembly of the new Occupy Claremont movement. The meeting lasted over an hour with participants offering their opinions one at a time.

    More than 50 people gathered on the lawn in Front of Claremont C...

  • Claremont resident Al Villanueva lit sage and placed it in the center of the circle of people on Sunday during the Occupy Claremont assembly.

    Claremont resident Al Villanueva lit sage and placed it in the c...

  • Many of the signs that Occupy Claremont supporters brought to the general assembly referred to the richest 1 percent of Americans which is a theme of the movement.

    Many of the signs that Occupy Claremont supporters brought to th...

  • Pitzer College professor Dana Ward takes a feather from another Occupy Claremont participant on Sunday during a general assembly for the group at City Hall. The group used the feather to recognize just one speaker at a time so each person could be heard.

    Pitzer College professor Dana Ward takes a feather from another ...

  • Councilmember Joe Lyons listens to the comments of a member of the Occupy Claremont community on Sunday in front of Claremont City Hall.

    Councilmember Joe Lyons listens to the comments of a member of t...

  • Bruce Hines is a fan of a wide variety of books but he particularly likes books about food.

    Bruce Hines is a fan of a wide variety of books but he particula...

  • Ontario resident Stephanie Armbruster browses the selection during a book sale Saturday at the Claremont Library. The sale featured a variety of rare and collectible books for very reasonable prices.

    Ontario resident Stephanie Armbruster browses the selection duri...

  • An attendee flips through the pages of an original copy of Ben Pitman’s “Trial of the Conspirators” on Saturday at the book sale held in Claremont Library.

    An attendee flips through the pages of an original copy of Ben P...

  • Former city council candidate Michael Keenan addresses the Claremont City Council on Monday during a special council meeting. Mr. Keenan was the lone voice calling for an outside search for applicants to replace City Manager Jeff Parker.

    Former city council candidate Michael Keenan addresses the Clare...

  • Doubletree Hotel Claremont General Manager Andrew Behnke speaks in favor of Tony Ramos’ appointment to city manager on Tuesday during a special meeting of the Claremont City Council.

    Doubletree Hotel Claremont General Manager Andrew Behnke speaks ...

  • Following a very brief public comment time, when only two citizens voiced their opinion, the Claremont City Council retires to closed session on Monday. The council discussed the appointment of Tony Ramos to the city manager position.

    Following a very brief public comment time, when only two citize...

  • Claremont resident Maggie Tupman has knit 30 scarves for the non-profit Operation Gratitude that sends care packages to military men and women serving overseas. This is the second year that Ms. Tupman and her daughter Kat Endert have made scarves.

    Claremont resident Maggie Tupman has knit 30 scarves for the non...

  • Pictured are a few of the 30 scarves that Claremont resident Maggie Tupman knit for the care packages that Operation Gratitude sends to military personnel overseas.

    Pictured are a few of the 30 scarves that Claremont resident Mag...

  • Maggie Tupman made some of her 30 scarves for U.S. military personnel at the open knitting class held at Colors 91711 in the Village.

    Maggie Tupman made some of her 30 scarves for U.S. military pers...

  • Maggie Tupman is hard at work on one of her scarves for Operation Gratitude last week in Claremont.

    Maggie Tupman is hard at work on one of her scarves for Operatio...

  • Claremont resident Maggie Tupman works on one of her last scarves for Operation Gratitude during an open knitting class last week at Colors 91711 in the Village. Ms. Tupman has knit 30 scarves this year for the non-profit.

    Claremont resident Maggie Tupman works on one of her last scarve...

  • Claremont resident Maggie Tupman’s daughter Kat Endert poses with a care package last year during an Operation Gratitude event in Van Nuys. This will be the second year that the pair will knit scarves for the organization’s holiday packages.

    Claremont resident Maggie Tupman’s daughter Kat Endert poses w...

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