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Photo Spotlight, Oct. 4 - Oct. 9, 2009: This week through our eyes

Posted: October 8, 2009 7:43 p.m.
Updated: October 9, 2009 4:55 a.m.
Elizabeth Yates, left, and Mindy Davis pose for a photo in a fireman cut out at the Red Engine chili booth at the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department Fun in the Sun Chili Cook-off at Jack Bones Equestrian Center in Castaic on Saturday. Elizabeth Yates, left, and Mindy Davis pose for a photo in a fireman cut out at the Red Engine chili booth at the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department Fun in the Sun Chili Cook-off at Jack Bones Equestrian Center in Castaic on Saturday.
Elizabeth Yates, left, and Mindy Davis pose for a photo in a fireman cut out at the Red Engine chili booth at the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department Fun in the Sun Chili Cook-off at Jack Bones Equestrian Center in Castaic on Saturday.
A group of second-graders race against one another as part of a creative P.E. exercise program at Valencia Valley Elementary School Sept. 24. A group of second-graders race against one another as part of a creative P.E. exercise program at Valencia Valley Elementary School Sept. 24.
A group of second-graders race against one another as part of a creative P.E. exercise program at Valencia Valley Elementary School Sept. 24.
Rita Claggett of Newhall holds a band-aid on her arm after donating blood at a Red Cross blood drive held at Northlake Hills Elementary School on Oct. 1. With over 100 parents, teachers and school supporters donating, the school hopes to keep the title of top elementary school in the nation for most single-day donors. They earned the title in October 2008 with 164 pints of blood. The school hopes to make the blood drive an annual event. Rita Claggett of Newhall holds a band-aid on her arm after donating blood at a Red Cross blood drive held at Northlake Hills Elementary School on Oct. 1. With over 100 parents, teachers and school supporters donating, the school hopes to keep the title of top elementary school in the nation for most single-day donors. They earned the title in October 2008 with 164 pints of blood. The school hopes to make the blood drive an annual event.
Rita Claggett of Newhall holds a band-aid on her arm after donating blood at a Red Cross blood drive held at Northlake Hills Elementary School on Oct. 1. With over 100 parents, teachers and school supporters donating, the school hopes to keep the title of top elementary school in the nation for most single-day donors. They earned the title in October 2008 with 164 pints of blood. The school hopes to make the blood drive an annual event.
Cyclist George Munana kisses baby Alexander, 7 months, held by his wife Melissa, as daughter Madison, 5, hangs on his handlebars before the Joseph Novotny Memorial Ride of Silence. The 12 mile course started at the Valencia Town Center Mall on Saturday morning. Cyclist George Munana kisses baby Alexander, 7 months, held by his wife Melissa, as daughter Madison, 5, hangs on his handlebars before the Joseph Novotny Memorial Ride of Silence. The 12 mile course started at the Valencia Town Center Mall on Saturday morning.
Cyclist George Munana kisses baby Alexander, 7 months, held by his wife Melissa, as daughter Madison, 5, hangs on his handlebars before the Joseph Novotny Memorial Ride of Silence. The 12 mile course started at the Valencia Town Center Mall on Saturday morning.
Valencia freshman player A.J. Balta is among the final 24 players in tryouts for the U14 national team. Valencia freshman player A.J. Balta is among the final 24 players in tryouts for the U14 national team.
Valencia freshman player A.J. Balta is among the final 24 players in tryouts for the U14 national team.
Vozdu Debbie Park suspends from a bolt of tricot cloth while instructing a suspended yoga class at the Aerial Experience Production studio in Valencia on Tuesday. Vozdu Debbie Park suspends from a bolt of tricot cloth while instructing a suspended yoga class at the Aerial Experience Production studio in Valencia on Tuesday.
Vozdu Debbie Park suspends from a bolt of tricot cloth while instructing a suspended yoga class at the Aerial Experience Production studio in Valencia on Tuesday.
Jim Townsley, left, teaches David Sterb, 7, to spin a cowboy rope at the Santa Clarita Festival of Arts held on Main Street in Old Town Newhall on Saturday. The even continued Sunday and featured a variety of artwork such as wood carving, plein air painting, sculptures and pottery. Jim Townsley, left, teaches David Sterb, 7, to spin a cowboy rope at the Santa Clarita Festival of Arts held on Main Street in Old Town Newhall on Saturday. The even continued Sunday and featured a variety of artwork such as wood carving, plein air painting, sculptures and pottery.
Jim Townsley, left, teaches David Sterb, 7, to spin a cowboy rope at the Santa Clarita Festival of Arts held on Main Street in Old Town Newhall on Saturday. The even continued Sunday and featured a variety of artwork such as wood carving, plein air painting, sculptures and pottery.
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Here's The Signal's Photo Spotlight for the week of Sept. 25 - Oct. 3, 2009 featuring photos taken in the Santa Clarita Valley by Signal staff photographers.

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