Police blotter 4-28-17

Claremont Living 2017: Home tour proves three’s a charm

The Claremont home tour really does prove that three’s a charm. Three examples of Claremont’s unique residential character were on display for the annual Children’s Fund Home Tour. The tour, which took place on April 22 and 23, gave people an opportunity to tour the homes while also donating to charity. All of the proceeds from the ticket sales go to the West End chapter of the Children’s Fund, which includes Claremont.

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Harry Copenhaver, come on down!

Claremonter Harry Copenhaver and his wife Lisa picked up their brand-new Prius Model C on Wednesday at a local Toyota dealership. Mr. Copenhaver won the car Sunday during the annual Claremont Educational Foundation (CEF) Prius Raffle when the dealership’s fleet director Bruce Wright drew his name. Mr. Copenhaver said he sold a number of the raffle tickets to help his 14-year-old daughter Danyele and the class of 2020 boosters. As a thank-you, CEF gave him a couple of tickets and he bought a couple as well. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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Food staff confronts Pomona College administration

Fifty people—union reps, Pomona College dining hall workers and students showing solidarity—marched to the Pomona administration office Tuesday at 3 p.m. to confront President David Oxtoby and Vice President and Treasurer Karen L. Sisson about what they say is unfair treatment. It was a heated atmosphere.

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