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The Signal's Photo Spotlight, Dec. 11-17, 2010

Posted: December 18, 2010 6:37 p.m.
Updated: December 19, 2010 4:55 a.m.
Daniel Stratton (10) of Santa Clarita Christian takes a pass from the sideline as New Roads of Santa Monica defender Jake Ravdin (52) vies for the ball at The Master’s College on Thursday. Daniel Stratton (10) of Santa Clarita Christian takes a pass from the sideline as New Roads of Santa Monica defender Jake Ravdin (52) vies for the ball at The Master’s College on Thursday.
Daniel Stratton (10) of Santa Clarita Christian takes a pass from the sideline as New Roads of Santa Monica defender Jake Ravdin (52) vies for the ball at The Master’s College on Thursday.
Children cover their hands with pastel chalk as they prepare to put their handprints on the walls to decorate the inside of an aluminum trailer while their parents learn typing and computer skills in a vacant apartment in the Village Apartment Complex as part of the NOMAD Lab Arts mobile workshop in Newhall on Dec. 11. Children cover their hands with pastel chalk as they prepare to put their handprints on the walls to decorate the inside of an aluminum trailer while their parents learn typing and computer skills in a vacant apartment in the Village Apartment Complex as part of the NOMAD Lab Arts mobile workshop in Newhall on Dec. 11.
Children cover their hands with pastel chalk as they prepare to put their handprints on the walls to decorate the inside of an aluminum trailer while their parents learn typing and computer skills in a vacant apartment in the Village Apartment Complex as part of the NOMAD Lab Arts mobile workshop in Newhall on Dec. 11.
 A decorated Christmas tree greets visitors at the Single Mothers Outreach holiday event in Canyon Country as about 100 families picked up holiday gifts Dec. 11.  A decorated Christmas tree greets visitors at the Single Mothers Outreach holiday event in Canyon Country as about 100 families picked up holiday gifts Dec. 11.
A decorated Christmas tree greets visitors at the Single Mothers Outreach holiday event in Canyon Country as about 100 families picked up holiday gifts Dec. 11.
 Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Regina Yost stacks bags with some of the toys due for pickup by the Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry from a Pitchess Detention Center storage unit in Castaic on Thursday. The toys will be given to needy families in the Santa Clarita area for the holidays.  Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Regina Yost stacks bags with some of the toys due for pickup by the Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry from a Pitchess Detention Center storage unit in Castaic on Thursday. The toys will be given to needy families in the Santa Clarita area for the holidays.
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Regina Yost stacks bags with some of the toys due for pickup by the Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry from a Pitchess Detention Center storage unit in Castaic on Thursday. The toys will be given to needy families in the Santa Clarita area for the holidays.
Ramy Wahpa, 8, right, watches a scene portraying Jesus’ last supper with his disciples at “Follow The Star ... To Bethlehem,” hosted by Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Canyon Country on Dec. 11. Ramy Wahpa, 8, right, watches a scene portraying Jesus’ last supper with his disciples at “Follow The Star ... To Bethlehem,” hosted by Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Canyon Country on Dec. 11.
Ramy Wahpa, 8, right, watches a scene portraying Jesus’ last supper with his disciples at “Follow The Star ... To Bethlehem,” hosted by Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Canyon Country on Dec. 11.
Leslie Alvarez, left, and Darby Laplant, both 13, put the finishing touches on miniature houses made from old holiday-greeting cards at Sierra Vista Junior High School in Canyon Country on Dec. 10. Seventh- and eighth-grade students filled the houses with small gifts to distribute to local families in need. Leslie Alvarez, left, and Darby Laplant, both 13, put the finishing touches on miniature houses made from old holiday-greeting cards at Sierra Vista Junior High School in Canyon Country on Dec. 10. Seventh- and eighth-grade students filled the houses with small gifts to distribute to local families in need.
Leslie Alvarez, left, and Darby Laplant, both 13, put the finishing touches on miniature houses made from old holiday-greeting cards at Sierra Vista Junior High School in Canyon Country on Dec. 10. Seventh- and eighth-grade students filled the houses with small gifts to distribute to local families in need.
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