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  • The Claremont School of Theater Arts include, from left, Johan Evans, Dylan Dillard, Riley Evans, Olivia Parker, David Cumpston, Seth Johnson, Katherine Arboleda, Kelly McGarry, Sophie Willard-Van Sistine and Greg McGoon.

    The Claremont School of Theater Arts include, from left, Johan E...

  • Director Olivia Parker helps her student actors set up a scene in the play Tales of the Windship” on Thursday during the annual Claremont School of Theater Arts summer program at Pomona College.

    Director Olivia Parker helps her student actors set up a scene i...

  • Sophie Willard-Van Sistine, left, Kelly McGarry and Greg McGoon and Jonah Evans rehearse a “Bollywood” scene from their production of “Tales of the Windship” on Thursday in Claremont.

    Sophie Willard-Van Sistine, left, Kelly McGarry and Greg McGoon ...

  • Sophie Willard-Van Sistine practices her dance routine on Thursday during rehearsal for “Tales of the Windship” in Claremont.

    Sophie Willard-Van Sistine practices her dance routine on Thursd...

  • Jonah Evans records in his notebook the staging directions of the director during rehearsal for “Tales of the Windship” on Thursday at Pomona College. The play is part of the annual Claremont School of Theater Arts for local youths at the college.

    Jonah Evans records in his notebook the staging directions of th...

  • Katherine Arboleda and Dylan Dillard rehearse a scene from the play “Tales of the Windship” during the Claremont School of Arts in Pomona College. The afternoon workshop for young people is also an opportunity to work with theater professionals

    Katherine Arboleda and Dylan Dillard rehearse a scene from the p...

  • Kelly McGarry watches her colleagues rehearse during the Claremont School for Theater Arts summer youth acting program at Pomona College. During the workshop the students produce a full theatrical play including live performances in front of an audience.

    Kelly McGarry watches her colleagues rehearse during the Claremo...

  • Jessica Gustin is the new classified, business and sales manager at the COURIER.

    Jessica Gustin is the new classified, business and sales manager...

  • Sarah Torribio is the new education and obituary reporter for the COURIER.

    Sarah Torribio is the new education and obituary reporter for th...

  • Claremont resident Melissa Meyer, 17, has developed a true love for reptiles filling her north Claremont bedroom with many exotic species. Her interest started when her brother brought home a gofer snake but since then her collection has grown to 42 anima

    Claremont resident Melissa Meyer, 17, has developed a true love ...

  • Melissa Meyer’s largest 2 bearded dragons, Kaizer and Gina, have a look around her room recently in north Claremont. Ms. Meyer has started to breed several species including the bearded dragon.

    Melissa Meyer’s largest 2 bearded dragons, Kaizer and Gina, ha...

  • One of Melissa Meyer’s most unusual reptiles is her albino Burmese python, named Lady Gaga, who was born without eyes. Blindness does not slow the snake down when capturing prey according to Ms. Meyer.

    One of Melissa Meyer’s most unusual reptiles is her albino Bur...

  • Claremont resident Melissa Meyer, 17, feeds an egg to her black and white Argentine tegu named Stanley on Wednesday at the North Claremont home she shares with her parents.

    Claremont resident Melissa Meyer, 17, feeds an egg to her black ...

  • Melissa Meyer’s raises worms to feed her menagerie of reptiles including this rather unusual looking blue-tongued skink.

    Melissa Meyer’s raises worms to feed her menagerie of reptiles...

  • Melissa Meyer holds a leopard gecko during recently at the north Claremont home she shares with her family. Her father Ed Meyer says that she is very good with all of her pets and gives each one attention every day.

    Melissa Meyer holds a leopard gecko during recently at the north...

  • Melissa Meyer keeps her collection of reptiles in a series of cages and aquariums in her parent’s north Claremont home.

    Melissa Meyer keeps her collection of reptiles in a series of ca...

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