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The Signal's Photo Spotlight, Dec. 19-26, 2010

Posted: December 25, 2010 9:56 p.m.
Updated: December 26, 2010 4:55 a.m.
Pat Masnica sings the Christmas carol “In the Bleak Midwinter” during a Blue Christmas service at Friendly Valley Community Church in Newhall on Tuesday. The service recognized the longest night of the year with music and a message of light and hope. Pat Masnica sings the Christmas carol “In the Bleak Midwinter” during a Blue Christmas service at Friendly Valley Community Church in Newhall on Tuesday. The service recognized the longest night of the year with music and a message of light and hope.
Pat Masnica sings the Christmas carol “In the Bleak Midwinter” during a Blue Christmas service at Friendly Valley Community Church in Newhall on Tuesday. The service recognized the longest night of the year with music and a message of light and hope.
Nikki Nicolai plays at Hasley Canyon Park in Castaic on Thursday. After nearly a week of heavy rains, Santa Clarita Valley residents were out and about, taking advantage of the sun and a break from the wet weather. Nikki Nicolai plays at Hasley Canyon Park in Castaic on Thursday. After nearly a week of heavy rains, Santa Clarita Valley residents were out and about, taking advantage of the sun and a break from the wet weather.
Nikki Nicolai plays at Hasley Canyon Park in Castaic on Thursday. After nearly a week of heavy rains, Santa Clarita Valley residents were out and about, taking advantage of the sun and a break from the wet weather.
A truck passes through the rushing water that crosses Quigley Canyon Road near Placeritos Boulevard as heavy rains fall in Santa Clarita on Monday. The rains continued through Wednesday, capping the end of nearly a week’s worth of storms A truck passes through the rushing water that crosses Quigley Canyon Road near Placeritos Boulevard as heavy rains fall in Santa Clarita on Monday. The rains continued through Wednesday, capping the end of nearly a week’s worth of storms
A truck passes through the rushing water that crosses Quigley Canyon Road near Placeritos Boulevard as heavy rains fall in Santa Clarita on Monday. The rains continued through Wednesday, capping the end of nearly a week’s worth of storms
Ingrid Delgado, 11, center, of Newhall, lets her parents Juan, left, and Nancy see her teeth after receiving a free dental examination during the Children’s Dental Health Foundation free cleaning program in Newhall on Monday. The program gave free cleanings and exams to children of parents who can’t normally afford a dental visit. Ingrid Delgado, 11, center, of Newhall, lets her parents Juan, left, and Nancy see her teeth after receiving a free dental examination during the Children’s Dental Health Foundation free cleaning program in Newhall on Monday. The program gave free cleanings and exams to children of parents who can’t normally afford a dental visit.
Ingrid Delgado, 11, center, of Newhall, lets her parents Juan, left, and Nancy see her teeth after receiving a free dental examination during the Children’s Dental Health Foundation free cleaning program in Newhall on Monday. The program gave free cleanings and exams to children of parents who can’t normally afford a dental visit.
Anai Baltazar, 8, of Newhall, smiles after she and her family picked up their holiday gifts at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church on Dec. 18. Anai Baltazar, 8, of Newhall, smiles after she and her family picked up their holiday gifts at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church on Dec. 18.
Anai Baltazar, 8, of Newhall, smiles after she and her family picked up their holiday gifts at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church on Dec. 18.
Chloe Bratlien, 9, carries balloons and Christmas cards with a group of about 50 other people preparing to visit Pacific Senior Living in Newhall on Friday. Local families and friends spread holiday cheer and spent time with the seniors who will spend the holiday away from their own families. Chloe Bratlien, 9, carries balloons and Christmas cards with a group of about 50 other people preparing to visit Pacific Senior Living in Newhall on Friday. Local families and friends spread holiday cheer and spent time with the seniors who will spend the holiday away from their own families.
Chloe Bratlien, 9, carries balloons and Christmas cards with a group of about 50 other people preparing to visit Pacific Senior Living in Newhall on Friday. Local families and friends spread holiday cheer and spent time with the seniors who will spend the holiday away from their own families.
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