Saluting inclusion for the 4th

Members of Granite Creek Church including Mike and Jennifer Maglio, with their children McKenna and Cameron as well as the church’s pastor Josh Kapchinski, right, helped to create this year’s Fourth of July float that salutes Claremont as a host city for the upcoming Special Olympics World Games Los Angeles 2015. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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Feingolds always ready to lend a helping hand

Longtime Claremont residents Jerry and Maury Feingold know the value of community service. This firecracker couple, with warm smiles and a gregarious demeanor, has devoted untold time and energy serving those in the city they call home, and they wouldn’t have it any other way.

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Claremont centenarian will serve as Grand Marshall

At this year’s Fourth of July celebration, there will be a new leader of the pack. Marilee Scaff, who turned 100 in November, has been named Claremont’s Grand Marshall. She’s earned her place at the front of the parade through decades of community service and her firm commitment to making her town, and the world, a better place.

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Moviegoers just can't play nice at Jurassic World screening

On Thursday, June 18 Pterodactyls weren’t the only things flying during a screening of Jurassic World at Laemmle’s Claremont 5. According to Detective Hector Tamayo, 30-year-old Jeffrey Delgado had bought a ticket to see the dinosaur adventure film when he became involved in a verbal altercation.

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