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Posted: September 25, 2010 6:32 p.m.
Updated: September 26, 2010 4:55 a.m.
 Kenneth and Becky Eernisse, of Valencia, went to Disney World over spring break with their parents Dale and Janice (who took the photo). They visited all six of the parks.  Kenneth and Becky Eernisse, of Valencia, went to Disney World over spring break with their parents Dale and Janice (who took the photo). They visited all six of the parks.
Kenneth and Becky Eernisse, of Valencia, went to Disney World over spring break with their parents Dale and Janice (who took the photo). They visited all six of the parks.
From left, Breanna Miller, Erin Keithley, Ben Guest and Phaedra Miller, of Newhall, geared up for the zipline at Piiholo Ranch, Maui. From left, Breanna Miller, Erin Keithley, Ben Guest and Phaedra Miller, of Newhall, geared up for the zipline at Piiholo Ranch, Maui.
From left, Breanna Miller, Erin Keithley, Ben Guest and Phaedra Miller, of Newhall, geared up for the zipline at Piiholo Ranch, Maui.
 Newhall residents Kim Magana and her sons Fernando Jr., 2, and Gabriel, 4, pose in front of a cargo plane at the Point Mugu Navel Air Station open house. They also had an opportunity to enjoy watching the Air Force Thunderbirds in action.  Newhall residents Kim Magana and her sons Fernando Jr., 2, and Gabriel, 4, pose in front of a cargo plane at the Point Mugu Navel Air Station open house. They also had an opportunity to enjoy watching the Air Force Thunderbirds in action.
Newhall residents Kim Magana and her sons Fernando Jr., 2, and Gabriel, 4, pose in front of a cargo plane at the Point Mugu Navel Air Station open house. They also had an opportunity to enjoy watching the Air Force Thunderbirds in action.
Erin Hitchcock, of Valencia, visited Garden of the Gods in Manitou Springs, Colo. Erin Hitchcock, of Valencia, visited Garden of the Gods in Manitou Springs, Colo.
Erin Hitchcock, of Valencia, visited Garden of the Gods in Manitou Springs, Colo.
Jon and Laine Matkin, fourth- and second-grade, respectively, in Washington, D.C.  They got lucky enough to get tickets to see the terracotta soldiers in from China, hosted by the National Geographic museum. No photos were allowed in the actual exhibit, but there was a replica of a soldier at the end of the exhibit where we could take pictures. Jon and Laine Matkin, fourth- and second-grade, respectively, in Washington, D.C.  They got lucky enough to get tickets to see the terracotta soldiers in from China, hosted by the National Geographic museum. No photos were allowed in the actual exhibit, but there was a replica of a soldier at the end of the exhibit where we could take pictures.
Jon and Laine Matkin, fourth- and second-grade, respectively, in Washington, D.C. They got lucky enough to get tickets to see the terracotta soldiers in from China, hosted by the National Geographic museum. No photos were allowed in the actual exhibit, but there was a replica of a soldier at the end of the exhibit where we could take pictures.
David and Kathy Gartland celebrated their 40th anniversary early by visiting the Biltmore Estates in Asheville, N.C. The Biltmore is the largest privately owned home in the United States. The Gartlands’ actual anniversary is Oct. 17. David and Kathy Gartland celebrated their 40th anniversary early by visiting the Biltmore Estates in Asheville, N.C. The Biltmore is the largest privately owned home in the United States. The Gartlands’ actual anniversary is Oct. 17.
David and Kathy Gartland celebrated their 40th anniversary early by visiting the Biltmore Estates in Asheville, N.C. The Biltmore is the largest privately owned home in the United States. The Gartlands’ actual anniversary is Oct. 17.
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