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2017: Year in Photos

It pretty hard to remember all the events going on in Claremont over the calendar year 2017. But it was yet another big year, with plenty of surprises—both good and bad—to go around for another year! Here are some of those magic moments all photographed by our photographer extrodinaire, Steven Felschundneff.

  • Local sculptor Dee Cole was the featured artist in an exhibit at the Claremont Museum of Art from August 4 through November 26 titled Dee Marcellus Cole and Carnival Seekers.

    Local sculptor Dee Cole was the featured artist in an exhibit at...

  • Supporters of Claremont city Councilmember Corey Calaycay offer congratulations as the early returns indicate that he will keep his spot on the council on Election Night in Claremont.

    Supporters of Claremont city Councilmember Corey Calaycay offer ...

  • A Los Angeles County Fire Department helicopter crew drops water on a fast moving fire in May at the Bernard Field Station in Claremont.

    A Los Angeles County Fire Department helicopter crew drops water...

  • Metro Chief Executive Officer, Phillip Washington and Foothill Gold Line Construction Authority Chief Executive Officer, Habib Balian lift a giant gold shovel as they prepare to mark the official ground breaking for the Foothill Gold Line

    Metro Chief Executive Officer, Phillip Washington and Foothill G...

  • California State Treasurer John Chiang holds one of the tee shirts available at the Democratic Club of Claremont before his speech on Monday at Pilgrim Place.

    California State Treasurer John Chiang holds one of the tee shir...

  • Claremont High School varsity boys soccer played under the worst conditions as they defeated visiting Thousand Oaks 2-0 in February in Claremont.

    Claremont High School varsity boys soccer played under the worst...

  • Claremont resident Frances Force and her daughter Rachel Arciniega browse the almost empty shelves during shopping trip to Wolfe’s Market last May in Claremont.

    Claremont resident Frances Force and her daughter Rachel Arcinie...

  • Claremont residents Lelia and Taj Hawkins dressed as a squad of squid for the costume parade during the annual Village Venture Arts and Crafts Faire In October.

    Claremont residents Lelia and Taj Hawkins dressed as a squad of ...

  • Harvey Mudd College President Maria Klawe embraces 11-year-old Nicholas Zuniga after presenting him with his brother Willie Zuniga’s diploma on Sunday during commencement at the school.

    Harvey Mudd College President Maria Klawe embraces 11-year-old N...

  • Claremont pole vaulter Lyling Irwin clears nine feet six inches to claim first place in April during the Pack’s home Palomares League meet with Glendora. Lyling’s vault earned the girls a narrow 69-67 victory and an eighth straight league title.

    Claremont pole vaulter Lyling Irwin clears nine feet six inches ...

  • Opposing sides on the issue of Claremont’s resolution affirming the city’s pledge toward diversity square off in the center of the council chamber last January before the start of the Claremont City Council meeting.

    Opposing sides on the issue of Claremont’s resolution affirmin...

  • Concerned citizens crowded the Padua Room of the Hughes Center earlier this month to oppose a possible plan to close Claremont’s Metrolink Station.

    Concerned citizens crowded the Padua Room of the Hughes Center e...

  • Pomona College President David Oxtoby gets a standing ovation from his faculty during commencement in June.

    Pomona College President David Oxtoby gets a standing ovation fr...

  • Memorial Day observance at Oak Park Cemetery.

    Memorial Day observance at Oak Park Cemetery....

  • Robin Ring dances with volunteer Chris Reeves in October during the annual Halloween dinner and dance at the Joslyn Senior Center in Claremont

    Robin Ring dances with volunteer Chris Reeves in October during ...