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The Signal's Photo Spotlight, Oct. 17-23, 2009: This week through our eyes

Posted: October 22, 2009 10:02 p.m.
Updated: October 23, 2009 4:55 a.m.
Prudence Stein lifts a bag of food from a shopping cart as Realtors of Dilbeck GMAC Real Estate load cars and trucks with an estimated five tons of food collected for the Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry in Valencia on Oct. 17. Prudence Stein lifts a bag of food from a shopping cart as Realtors of Dilbeck GMAC Real Estate load cars and trucks with an estimated five tons of food collected for the Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry in Valencia on Oct. 17.
Prudence Stein lifts a bag of food from a shopping cart as Realtors of Dilbeck GMAC Real Estate load cars and trucks with an estimated five tons of food collected for the Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry in Valencia on Oct. 17.
Santa Clarita City Hall employees filter back into the building after a fire alarm was triggered at the same time of the Great California ShakeOut earthquake readiness drill on the morning of Oct. 10. Santa Clarita City Hall employees filter back into the building after a fire alarm was triggered at the same time of the Great California ShakeOut earthquake readiness drill on the morning of Oct. 10.
Santa Clarita City Hall employees filter back into the building after a fire alarm was triggered at the same time of the Great California ShakeOut earthquake readiness drill on the morning of Oct. 10.
Four-year-old Evan Gabor, reacts after finishing The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's Light The Night Walk on Saturday night. The 100 members of Team Evan walked about 2 miles starting at Bridgeport Park. Four-year-old Evan Gabor, reacts after finishing The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's Light The Night Walk on Saturday night. The 100 members of Team Evan walked about 2 miles starting at Bridgeport Park.
Four-year-old Evan Gabor, reacts after finishing The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's Light The Night Walk on Saturday night. The 100 members of Team Evan walked about 2 miles starting at Bridgeport Park.
Victoria Stevens, 15, of Valencia, reaches the top of the climbing rock at the Teen Driving Safety Fair at Central Park Saturday afternoon. The event gave parents and teens information about safe driving. Victoria Stevens, 15, of Valencia, reaches the top of the climbing rock at the Teen Driving Safety Fair at Central Park Saturday afternoon. The event gave parents and teens information about safe driving.
Victoria Stevens, 15, of Valencia, reaches the top of the climbing rock at the Teen Driving Safety Fair at Central Park Saturday afternoon. The event gave parents and teens information about safe driving.
Bill Russ, as "Retro Bill," presents serious life lessons in a humorous way at Pico Canyon Elementary School on Tuesday. Bill Russ, as "Retro Bill," presents serious life lessons in a humorous way at Pico Canyon Elementary School on Tuesday.
Bill Russ, as "Retro Bill," presents serious life lessons in a humorous way at Pico Canyon Elementary School on Tuesday.
Geri Bronstrup, owner of the Way Station Coffee Shop, welcomes a group of zombies as they march down Main Street on Saturday evening. Bronstrup gave out candy brains and eyes to the zombies. More than 500 people gathered at Brave New World, in Newhall to participate in the Zombie March. Geri Bronstrup, owner of the Way Station Coffee Shop, welcomes a group of zombies as they march down Main Street on Saturday evening. Bronstrup gave out candy brains and eyes to the zombies. More than 500 people gathered at Brave New World, in Newhall to participate in the Zombie March.
Geri Bronstrup, owner of the Way Station Coffee Shop, welcomes a group of zombies as they march down Main Street on Saturday evening. Bronstrup gave out candy brains and eyes to the zombies. More than 500 people gathered at Brave New World, in Newhall to participate in the Zombie March.
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Here's The Signal's Photo Spotlight for the week of Oct. 17-23, 2009 featuring photos taken in the Santa Clarita Valley by Signal staff photographers.

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