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Posted: September 21, 2010 3:59 p.m.
Updated: September 22, 2010 4:55 a.m.
 Zonta Club of the SCV — from front row left to right: Alicia Estrada, Cathie Kincheloe, President Cindy Kittle and President-elect Karla Edwards; second row from left to right: Jorja Harris, Pat Allen, Chris Miller, Nancy Albrecht and Pat Willett; third row from left to right, Peggy Edwards, Darleet Lyons and Un-Zon Tom Tucker; and back row from left to right, JoAnn Lindsey, Karen Maleck-Whiteley, Un-Zon Bill Lyons, Danise Davis, Jo Ann Rodriguez and Christine Sexton — had the largest delegation at a recent conference in Riverside, compared to clubs from Southern California, Nevada, Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, Hawaii and Sonora, Mexico.  Zonta Club of the SCV — from front row left to right: Alicia Estrada, Cathie Kincheloe, President Cindy Kittle and President-elect Karla Edwards; second row from left to right: Jorja Harris, Pat Allen, Chris Miller, Nancy Albrecht and Pat Willett; third row from left to right, Peggy Edwards, Darleet Lyons and Un-Zon Tom Tucker; and back row from left to right, JoAnn Lindsey, Karen Maleck-Whiteley, Un-Zon Bill Lyons, Danise Davis, Jo Ann Rodriguez and Christine Sexton — had the largest delegation at a recent conference in Riverside, compared to clubs from Southern California, Nevada, Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, Hawaii and Sonora, Mexico.
Zonta Club of the SCV — from front row left to right: Alicia Estrada, Cathie Kincheloe, President Cindy Kittle and President-elect Karla Edwards; second row from left to right: Jorja Harris, Pat Allen, Chris Miller, Nancy Albrecht and Pat Willett; third row from left to right, Peggy Edwards, Darleet Lyons and Un-Zon Tom Tucker; and back row from left to right, JoAnn Lindsey, Karen Maleck-Whiteley, Un-Zon Bill Lyons, Danise Davis, Jo Ann Rodriguez and Christine Sexton — had the largest delegation at a recent conference in Riverside, compared to clubs from Southern California, Nevada, Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, Hawaii and Sonora, Mexico.
Richard Candib and Linda Candib hold up a copy of of the newspaper in front of a large malachite vase at the top of the Council Staircase of the State Hermitage museum in St. Petersburg, Russia on July 12 as part of 10-day cruise in the Baltic Sea. Richard Candib and Linda Candib hold up a copy of of the newspaper in front of a large malachite vase at the top of the Council Staircase of the State Hermitage museum in St. Petersburg, Russia on July 12 as part of 10-day cruise in the Baltic Sea.
Richard Candib and Linda Candib hold up a copy of of the newspaper in front of a large malachite vase at the top of the Council Staircase of the State Hermitage museum in St. Petersburg, Russia on July 12 as part of 10-day cruise in the Baltic Sea.
Robert Amacher, veteran of the South Pacific Theater of Operations during World War II, poses with The Signal at the American Cemetery in Normandy, France on Sept. 2. Robert Amacher, veteran of the South Pacific Theater of Operations during World War II, poses with The Signal at the American Cemetery in Normandy, France on Sept. 2.
Robert Amacher, veteran of the South Pacific Theater of Operations during World War II, poses with The Signal at the American Cemetery in Normandy, France on Sept. 2.
Nat Aboulafia holds a copy of The Signal during a recent cruise in Puerto Rico. Nat Aboulafia holds a copy of The Signal during a recent cruise in Puerto Rico.
Nat Aboulafia holds a copy of The Signal during a recent cruise in Puerto Rico.
The Hougo family enjoys the Mexican coast with the newspaper. The Hougo family enjoys the Mexican coast with the newspaper.
The Hougo family enjoys the Mexican coast with the newspaper.
Brett Rateaver holds up a copy of The Signal at the top of Upper Yosemite Falls in Yosemite Park on Oct. 26. Brett Rateaver holds up a copy of The Signal at the top of Upper Yosemite Falls in Yosemite Park on Oct. 26.
Brett Rateaver holds up a copy of The Signal at the top of Upper Yosemite Falls in Yosemite Park on Oct. 26.
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