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The Signal's Photo Spotlight, Dec. 4 - Dec. 11, 2009: This week through our eyes

Posted: December 10, 2009 10:05 p.m.
Updated: December 11, 2009 4:55 a.m.
From left, Kelli Prince, Alison Gregg and Albert Goldson, members of the Sierra Vista Community Service (SiViCS) Club at Sierra Vista Junior High School arrange gift boxes made for local kids in need from recycled Christmas cards on Friday. The club’s goal is to make 100 boxes and fill them with gifts and candy donated from other students at the school. The boxes will be delivered to the Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry which will pass them out to families with young children. From left, Kelli Prince, Alison Gregg and Albert Goldson, members of the Sierra Vista Community Service (SiViCS) Club at Sierra Vista Junior High School arrange gift boxes made for local kids in need from recycled Christmas cards on Friday. The club’s goal is to make 100 boxes and fill them with gifts and candy donated from other students at the school. The boxes will be delivered to the Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry which will pass them out to families with young children.
From left, Kelli Prince, Alison Gregg and Albert Goldson, members of the Sierra Vista Community Service (SiViCS) Club at Sierra Vista Junior High School arrange gift boxes made for local kids in need from recycled Christmas cards on Friday. The club’s goal is to make 100 boxes and fill them with gifts and candy donated from other students at the school. The boxes will be delivered to the Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry which will pass them out to families with young children.
Volunteer Richard Ladez, in yellow, and Animal Acres Shelter and Operations Manager Frank Allen guide goats to their new home at the animal sanctuary in Acton on Monday. Nine goats and two sheep were rescued after Six Flags Magic Mountain closed its Animal Farm for park expansion purposes. Animal acres already has chickens, pigs and turkeys which were acquired during the organization’s four-year history. All of the other animals from the Six Flags farm also found homes; two rabbits and an iguana were adopted by former Animal Farm employees, a pig was taken by a pig sanctuary and a parrot was taken back by its original owner. Volunteer Richard Ladez, in yellow, and Animal Acres Shelter and Operations Manager Frank Allen guide goats to their new home at the animal sanctuary in Acton on Monday. Nine goats and two sheep were rescued after Six Flags Magic Mountain closed its Animal Farm for park expansion purposes. Animal acres already has chickens, pigs and turkeys which were acquired during the organization’s four-year history. All of the other animals from the Six Flags farm also found homes; two rabbits and an iguana were adopted by former Animal Farm employees, a pig was taken by a pig sanctuary and a parrot was taken back by its original owner.
Volunteer Richard Ladez, in yellow, and Animal Acres Shelter and Operations Manager Frank Allen guide goats to their new home at the animal sanctuary in Acton on Monday. Nine goats and two sheep were rescued after Six Flags Magic Mountain closed its Animal Farm for park expansion purposes. Animal acres already has chickens, pigs and turkeys which were acquired during the organization’s four-year history. All of the other animals from the Six Flags farm also found homes; two rabbits and an iguana were adopted by former Animal Farm employees, a pig was taken by a pig sanctuary and a parrot was taken back by its original owner.
Dia Cameron, 3, of Valencia, poses for pictures with Looney Toon characters at the Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital Community Tree lighting celebration on Sunday which kicked off the holiday season. Hundreds gathered for the event, which is now in its 24th year. Dia Cameron, 3, of Valencia, poses for pictures with Looney Toon characters at the Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital Community Tree lighting celebration on Sunday which kicked off the holiday season. Hundreds gathered for the event, which is now in its 24th year.
Dia Cameron, 3, of Valencia, poses for pictures with Looney Toon characters at the Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital Community Tree lighting celebration on Sunday which kicked off the holiday season. Hundreds gathered for the event, which is now in its 24th year.
Members of the Santa Clarita Christian Cardinals football team gather around their championship plaque after winning their second consecutive  CIF-Southern Section Division I 8-man title. Members of the Santa Clarita Christian Cardinals football team gather around their championship plaque after winning their second consecutive  CIF-Southern Section Division I 8-man title.
Members of the Santa Clarita Christian Cardinals football team gather around their championship plaque after winning their second consecutive  CIF-Southern Section Division I 8-man title.
Children and their parents watch the Metrolink Holiday Toy Express train as it rolls into the Newhall Metrolink Station on Friday night. The 13-year tradition helps Santa and Mrs. Claus make 47 visits over a 5-week period leading up to Christmas. Children and their parents watch the Metrolink Holiday Toy Express train as it rolls into the Newhall Metrolink Station on Friday night. The 13-year tradition helps Santa and Mrs. Claus make 47 visits over a 5-week period leading up to Christmas.
Children and their parents watch the Metrolink Holiday Toy Express train as it rolls into the Newhall Metrolink Station on Friday night. The 13-year tradition helps Santa and Mrs. Claus make 47 visits over a 5-week period leading up to Christmas.
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Here's The Signal's Photo Spotlight for the week of Dec. 4 - Dec 11, 2009 featuring photos taken in the Santa Clarita Valley by Signal staff photographers.

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