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COURIER week in pictures 9-22-17

  • Tuba player Alex Zanteson focuses on his marching as he learns a new routine with his fellow band members on Tuesday at Claremont High School.

    Tuba player Alex Zanteson focuses on his marching as he learns a...

  • Director of Bands and Orchestras Melanie Riley-Gonzalez works with the Claremont High School band as they learn a new routine Tuesday at CHS. The band is getting ready for their annual Concert Under the Stars which will be Saturday September 30 at the CHS

    Director of Bands and Orchestras Melanie Riley-Gonzalez works wi...

  • Claremont High School senior Mikayla Platt practices throwing and catching a rifle on Tuesday as the color guard gets ready for the annual Concert Under the Stars concert.

    Claremont High School senior Mikayla Platt practices throwing an...

  • The Annual Concert Under the Stars will be held Saturday, September 30 at 7pm at the CHS stadium.  This concert will feature the El Roble band and orchestra, CHS string orchestra, CHS symphony strings, and the CHS marching band.

    The Annual Concert Under the Stars will be held Saturday, Septem...

  • The Claremont High School Crazies were a constant source of energy for their football team September 8 but the Pack was not able to beat rival Damien.

    The Claremont High School Crazies were a constant source of ener...

  • Claremont quarterback Reggie Retzlaff finds a hole to run through early into the Pack’s varsity football game against rival Damien High School September 8 at CHS. The Spartans were just too good for the Pack this year outscoring Claremont in every quarter

    Claremont quarterback Reggie Retzlaff finds a hole to run throug...

  • After the dinner of grilled burgers and hotdogs, the real kids of the group were summoned to see how many rolling balls they could capture using small baskets to round them up.

    After the dinner of grilled burgers and hotdogs, the real kids o...

  • Students and faculty from the Claremont Colleges attend a rally in support of students under the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program in front of the Honnold-Mudd Library on Friday, September 15.

    Students and faculty from the Claremont Colleges attend a rally ...

  • It was a family affair for the Gonzalez family from Fontana as Dominic Jr. tests the operation of the arm he assembled, along with his mother Diana and brother Jordon, right. The Gonzalez family was part of a 60 member volunteer group putting together 400

    It was a family affair for the Gonzalez family from Fontana as D...

  • Andrew and Melinda Dilwicius put the finishing touches on the packages that not only included a prosthetic arm, but spare parts and a personal note from a volunteer. They were part of a group of 60 people that donated their time to assemble 400 arms that

    Andrew and Melinda Dilwicius put the finishing touches on the pa...

  • The Arms Project has been near and dear to the hearts of the Claremont Sunrise Rotary for many reasons. After Claremonters Maurice LeBlanc and Ernie Meadows designed a prosthetic arm that could easily be assembled, the Sunrise Rotary jumped into action by

    The Arms Project has been near and dear to the hearts of the Cla...

  • The combined boys and girls cross-country teams go for a run on Wednesday at Claremont High School. Both teams are strong again this year however the girls look like they will have particularly good year with top local and statewide rankings.

    The combined boys and girls cross-country teams go for a run on ...

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