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COURIER week in pictures 6-3-16

  • Claremont High School sophomores Keila Waddell and Morgan Lui have won an award for a documentary they made about yellow journalism. The idea for film began with an assignment they got in their honors world history class.

    Claremont High School sophomores Keila Waddell and Morgan Lui ha...

  • Artist Helen Rae draws with colored pencils on Wednesday at First Street Gallery in Claremont. Ms. Rae recently had a solo show at Good Luck Gallery in Los Angeles where she sold every piece on display.

    Artist Helen Rae draws with colored pencils on Wednesday at Firs...

  • Rebecca Hamm, director of arts and enterprise at First Street Gallery, writes a note to artist Helen Rae, who is deaf, during a recent art class. Ms. Rae has been a part of the gallery for 26 years and recently had a solo show in Los Angeles.

    Rebecca Hamm, director of arts and enterprise at First Street Ga...

  • Artist Helen Rae draws with colored pencils on Wednesday at First Street Gallery in Claremont. Ms. Rae recently had a solo show at Good Luck Gallery in Los Angeles where she sold every piece on display.

    Artist Helen Rae draws with colored pencils on Wednesday at Firs...

  • World war II Veterans Chuck Farritor and June Sullivan salute the American Flag during the presenting of the colors on Monday during Claremont’s Memorial Day observance at Oak Park Cemetery.

    World war II Veterans Chuck Farritor and June Sullivan salute th...

  • Mike Terry plays the Scottish Lament near the end of the Memorial Day service on Monday in Claremont.

    Mike Terry plays the Scottish Lament near the end of the Memoria...

  • World War II veteran Tony Federico listens to the Memorial Day service on Monday at Oak Park Cemetery in Claremont. Mr. Federico served in an Army anti-aircraft division that saw action in the invasion of Italy and the battle of Normandy.

    World War II veteran Tony Federico listens to the Memorial Day s...