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COURIER Gallery 4.21.12

  • Danielle Centeno, left, photographs her daughter Sofia as she uses the Claremont Library’s brand new 4.5-inch telescope on Tuesday in Claremont. Attendees at a launch party for the telescope got a chance to look at Venus and the moon.

    Danielle Centeno, left, photographs her daughter Sofia as she us...

  • Community members line up to have a look through the new 4.5-inch telescope on Tuesday at the Claremont Library. About 50 people came to the event launching the telescope lending program an many signed the wait list to borrow the instrument.

    Community members line up to have a look through the new 4.5-inc...

  • Matt Wedel, of Pomona Valley Amateur Astronomers, demonstrates how to use the Claremont Public Library’s new telescope on Tuesday during a party to launch the new telescope program at the Library.

    Matt Wedel, of Pomona Valley Amateur Astronomers, demonstrates h...

  • Curtis Davis adjusts the eyepiece on the Claremont Library’s new telescope Tuesday evening in Claremont. Mr. Davis won the name the telescope competition with the moniker, “Claremont Galatic Space Viewer.”

    Curtis Davis adjusts the eyepiece on the Claremont Library’s n...

  • Silhouetted by a photograph of the moon, Matt Wedel gives a short talk about backyard astronomy on Tuesday during a launch party for the Claremont Library’s telescope lending program.

    Silhouetted by a photograph of the moon, Matt Wedel gives a shor...

  • Erin Foster demonstrates an app that maps the constellations for her daughter Naomi, 9, on Tuesday during the official launch of the Claremont Library’s telescope lending program.

    Erin Foster demonstrates an app that maps the constellations for...

  • Citrus Community College District Board of Trustees member Sue Keith asks a question during the first meeting of the Oversight Board Wednesday in Claremont. The new board is in charge of dissolving the former Claremont redevelopment agency.

    Citrus Community College District Board of Trustees member Sue K...

  • CUSD Assistant Superintendent for Business Services Lisa Shoemaker leads a special meeting of the Oversight Board on Wednesday at Claremont City Hall. Ms. Shoemaker was selected to head the board which will dismantle the former redevelopment agency.

    CUSD Assistant Superintendent for Business Services Lisa Shoemak...

  • Timothy Donnelly is the 2012 Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award winner for his book The Cloud Corporation. Mr. Donnelly is an visiting professor at Princeton University, a professor at Columbia University and is poetry editor for the Boston Review.

    Timothy Donnelly is the 2012 Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award winner ...

  • Winner of the 2012 Kate Tufts Discovery Award, Katherine Larson, left, and winner of the 2012 Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award, Timothy Donnelly pose for a photo recently in Claremont.

    Winner of the 2012 Kate Tufts Discovery Award, Katherine Larson,...

  • Tucson Arizona resident Katherine Larson won the 2011 Kate Tufts Discovery Award for her book Radial Symmetry. Ms. Larson, who works as a research scientist and field ecologist, wrote some of her poetry while on maternity leave last year.

    Tucson Arizona resident Katherine Larson won the 2011 Kate Tufts...

  • Timothy Donnelly is the 2012 Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award winner for his book The Cloud Corporation. Mr. Donnelly is an visiting professor at Princeton University, a professor at Columbia University and is poetry editor for the Boston Review.

    Timothy Donnelly is the 2012 Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award winner ...

  • Claremont-Mudd-Scripps’ Kyra Ray, left, attempts to shoot around teammate Erin Chavanne on Monday during lacrosse practice at Claremont McKenna College. The Athenas and their Claremont Colleges rival Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens both field women’s lacrosse team

    Claremont-Mudd-Scripps’ Kyra Ray, left, attempts to shoot arou...

  • Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women’s lacrosse coach Heather Semelmacher gives instructions to her team during practice on Monday at CMC. Ms. Semelmacher is in her first year leading the Athena lacrosse program.

    Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women’s lacrosse coach Heather Semelmac...

  • Madi Shove passes the ball while being defended by a teammate during women’s lacrosse practice Monday at Claremont McKenna College. The players ran simulated games to hone both their defensive and offensive skills.

    Madi Shove passes the ball while being defended by a teammate du...

  • The Claremont Mudd-Scripps women’s lacrosse team takes a break during practice on Monday at CMC’s Parents Field. Many of the players said that they picked the Claremont Colleges first for academics and second so they could play lacrosse.

    The Claremont Mudd-Scripps women’s lacrosse team takes a break...

  • Claremont-Mudd-Scripps goalkeeper Madeleine Hurlbut removes the ball from her stick while practicing with the Athenas women’s lacrosse team on Monday.

    Claremont-Mudd-Scripps goalkeeper Madeleine Hurlbut removes the ...

  • Lucy Phillips passes the ball as teammate Emmy Midenberg pursues her on Monday during women’s lacrosse practice at CMC. The women yell out the position of the ball during practice, and games, so they always know who has it in their possession.

    Lucy Phillips passes the ball as teammate Emmy Midenberg pursues...

  • Emmy Mildenberg listens to CMS lacrosse coach Heather Semelmacher’s instructions on Monday during practice at Claremont McKenna Collage. The team practices for 2.5 hours, 6-days per week during their season.

    Emmy Mildenberg listens to CMS lacrosse coach Heather Semelmache...

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