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COURIER Gallery 11.3.12

  • Four year old, Claremont resident Joshua “JJ” Miller, shows his enthusiasm during his tour of the Claremont police station. With his friendly demeanor, he was the life of the party for everyone including Detective Rick Varney, right.

    Four year old, Claremont resident Joshua “JJ” Miller, shows ...

  • Four-year-old, Claremont resident Joshua “JJ” Miller, shows his enthusiasm during his tour of the Claremont police station as he looks over the police command center.

    Four-year-old, Claremont resident Joshua “JJ” Miller, shows ...

  • Four-year-old, Claremont resident Joshua “JJ” Miller, shows his enthusiasm during his tour of the Claremont police station as he looks over the police command center.

    Four-year-old, Claremont resident Joshua “JJ” Miller, shows ...

  • With all the unusual things to see at the Claremont police station, Joshua JJ Miller couldn't be kept away from CPD  detective Robert Ewing's work computer. Eventually they were able to break him away so he could shake hands with CPD Chief Paul Cooper.

    With all the unusual things to see at the Claremont police stati...

  • Bruce O. Solheim discusses his play The Bronze Star recently in his Citrus College office. Mr. Solheim’s play is a true story about the struggles of a gay Vietnam veteran.

    Bruce O. Solheim discusses his play The Bronze Star recently in ...

  • War books fill the bookshelf of U.S. History professor Bruce O. Solheim’s office at Citrus College Thursday afternoon. Mr. Solheim is the only professor in the area that teaches a Vietnam War class, which has become a  favorite with veterans.

    War books fill the bookshelf of U.S. History professor Bruce O. ...

  • A portrait of young Bruce O. Solheim sits in his office Thursday afternoon at Citrus College. Mr. Solheim has written a play named The Bronze Star about a gay Vietnam veteran dealing with the realities of today’s society.

    A portrait of young Bruce O. Solheim sits in his office Thursday...

  • U.S. History Professor Bruce O. Solheim has written a play called the Bronze Star a true story about the struggles of a gay veteran dealing with the reality of society. The play will begin on November ninth in the Citrus College Little Theater.

    U.S. History Professor Bruce O. Solheim has written a play calle...

  • Freshmen Nikki Rival shows excitement after gaining a point during a doubles game against Foothill High School on Wednesday at CHS. Although Ms. Rival and her partner lost their set, the girl’s varsity team won their first round in the CIF playoffs agains

    Freshmen Nikki Rival shows excitement after gaining a point duri...

  • Natalie Reagan plays the net during a match against Foothill High School on Wednesday at CHS. Mrs. Reagan unfortunately lost her set 0-6, but the varsity team won their first round of CIF playoffs against Foothill.

    Natalie Reagan plays the net during a match against Foothill Hig...

  • Varsity Tennis coach Tom Spinosa motivates Nikki Rival, left, and Hailey Kayatta to stay positive during a match against Foothill High School Wednesday afternoon at CHS.

    Varsity Tennis coach Tom Spinosa motivates Nikki Rival, left, an...

  • Sophomore Hailey Kayatta strikes the ball during a match against Foothill High School Wednesday afternoon at CHS. So far the girl’s varsity team has been undefeated going into their first round of CIF playoff matches.

    Sophomore Hailey Kayatta strikes the ball during a match against...

  • Double partners Nikki Rival, left, and Hailey Kayatta return the ball after winning their game against Foothill High School on Wednesday at CHS. Ms. Rival and Ms. Kayatta have been teamed up as double partners for the CIF play off matches.

    Double partners Nikki Rival, left, and Hailey Kayatta return the...

  • Melissa Jackson and her Sycamore Elementary class cross Indian Hill Boulevard during a walking field trip Thursday morning in Claremont. Ms. Jackson’s 4th, 5th and 6th grade class visited a nearby home to learn about the Day of the Dead.

    Melissa Jackson and her Sycamore Elementary class cross Indian H...

  • A Day of the Dead altar set up in the Cervantes-McGuire home Thursday morning in Claremont. Cynthia Cervantes-McGuire has been putting together alters for family members for the past 19 years.

    A Day of the Dead altar set up in the Cervantes-McGuire home Thu...

  • Leo Cervantes, 10, made a presentation of what Day Of The Dead means to him and his family Thursday morning in Claremont. Leo said he was nervous about giving the presentation to his class but said once he started it went well.

    Leo Cervantes, 10, made a presentation of what Day Of The Dead m...

  • Flora Elliott-Zucker takes a closer look at an altar inside the Cervantes family home Thursday morning in Claremont. Flora said that she really enjoyed the decorations made for the relatives and the traditional food offered to the students.

    Flora Elliott-Zucker takes a closer look at an altar inside the ...

  • Yvonne Cervantes-Coleman explains to Sycamore Elementary students about Day of the Dead on Thursday morning in Claremont. Students from Sycamore walked to Ms. Cervantes-Coleman aunt’s home to learn about the tradition and have some Mexican bread.

    Yvonne Cervantes-Coleman explains to Sycamore Elementary student...

  • Sycamore students Flora Elliott-Zucker, left, and Christa Sanden examine a piece of pan dulce during a walking field trip Thursday morning in Claremont. Both girls stated that they enjoyed the decorations of the altars set up by the Cervantes family.

    Sycamore students Flora Elliott-Zucker, left, and Christa Sanden...

  • William Xue, middle, Fisher Lopez, and Joe Dole listen to Yvonne Cervantes-Coleman talk about her family's Day of the Dead altar on Thursday morning in Claremont. Mr. Dole said he really liked the idea of remembering relatives by decorating altars.

    William Xue, middle, Fisher Lopez, and Joe Dole listen to Yvonne...

  • Leo Cervantes, 10, explains to his classmates about Day of the Dead at his great aunt's house Thursday morning in Claremont. Leo's family invited his class learn about the Mexican tradition and served them pan dulce with hot chocolate.

    Leo Cervantes, 10, explains to his classmates about Day of the D...

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