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The Signal's Photo Spotlight, May 1-7, 2010

Posted: May 6, 2010 9:08 p.m.
Updated: May 7, 2010 5:30 a.m.
West Ranch’s Alvina Wong swims the breast stroke during the girls varsity 200-yard individual medley. Wong finished heat one in first place, with a time of 2:18.72. West Ranch’s Alvina Wong swims the breast stroke during the girls varsity 200-yard individual medley. Wong finished heat one in first place, with a time of 2:18.72.
West Ranch’s Alvina Wong swims the breast stroke during the girls varsity 200-yard individual medley. Wong finished heat one in first place, with a time of 2:18.72.
Tyler Finley, 15, left and Ryan Leinbach, 16, from Boy Scout Troop 585 help remove dirt and debris from the grounds of the Santa Clarita Emergency Winter Shelter for Austin Leinbach’s Boy Scout Eagle Project on Saturday. Tyler Finley, 15, left and Ryan Leinbach, 16, from Boy Scout Troop 585 help remove dirt and debris from the grounds of the Santa Clarita Emergency Winter Shelter for Austin Leinbach’s Boy Scout Eagle Project on Saturday.
Tyler Finley, 15, left and Ryan Leinbach, 16, from Boy Scout Troop 585 help remove dirt and debris from the grounds of the Santa Clarita Emergency Winter Shelter for Austin Leinbach’s Boy Scout Eagle Project on Saturday.
Dr. John MacArthur, president of The Master’s College, right, presents a Faculty Service award to John Stead, a professor of history and political science, for his 40 years of service to the college at Baccalaureate Chapel ceremonies on April 28. Dr. John MacArthur, president of The Master’s College, right, presents a Faculty Service award to John Stead, a professor of history and political science, for his 40 years of service to the college at Baccalaureate Chapel ceremonies on April 28.
Dr. John MacArthur, president of The Master’s College, right, presents a Faculty Service award to John Stead, a professor of history and political science, for his 40 years of service to the college at Baccalaureate Chapel ceremonies on April 28. <br />
Jackson, a 6-month-old boxer-terrier mix, watches people pass, as he waits for adoption at the Foreverhome Pet Rescue booth at the second annual Santa Clarita Valley Pet &amp; Family Expo held in the COC&rsquo;s parking lot on Saturday. Jackson, a 6-month-old boxer-terrier mix, watches people pass, as he waits for adoption at the Foreverhome Pet Rescue booth at the second annual Santa Clarita Valley Pet &amp; Family Expo held in the COC&rsquo;s parking lot on Saturday.
Jackson, a 6-month-old boxer-terrier mix, watches people pass, as he waits for adoption at the Foreverhome Pet Rescue booth at the second annual Santa Clarita Valley Pet & Family Expo held in the COC’s parking lot on Saturday.
Golden Valley High School&rsquo;s Anthony San Miguel, left,&nbsp; hops over Canyon High base runner Thomas Kratky, after making the tag at third base during Golden Valley&rsquo;s 3-0 win on Wednesday. The two teams will face off again today at Canyon High. Golden Valley High School&rsquo;s Anthony San Miguel, left,&nbsp; hops over Canyon High base runner Thomas Kratky, after making the tag at third base during Golden Valley&rsquo;s 3-0 win on Wednesday. The two teams will face off again today at Canyon High.
Golden Valley High School’s Anthony San Miguel, left,  hops over Canyon High base runner Thomas Kratky, after making the tag at third base during Golden Valley’s 3-0 win on Wednesday. The two teams will face off again today at Canyon High.
College of the Canyons wide receiver Cameron Bailey runs to make a catch during practice at Cougar Stadium on April 29. College of the Canyons wide receiver Cameron Bailey runs to make a catch during practice at Cougar Stadium on April 29.
College of the Canyons wide receiver Cameron Bailey runs to make a catch during practice at Cougar Stadium on April 29.
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This week's spotlight on the SCV features a celebration, a shot from the Santa Clarita Valley Pet & Family Expo, athletics and community service. 

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