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The Signal's Photo Spotlight: April 17-23, 2011

Posted: April 24, 2011 1:55 a.m.
Updated: April 24, 2011 1:55 a.m.
Amira Mahaluf, 6, of Valencia, walks through a display of recycled materials created by Cedarcreek Elementary School students at the City of Santa Clarita Earth Arbor Day Festival event held at Central Park in Saugus on April 16. Amira Mahaluf, 6, of Valencia, walks through a display of recycled materials created by Cedarcreek Elementary School students at the City of Santa Clarita Earth Arbor Day Festival event held at Central Park in Saugus on April 16.
Amira Mahaluf, 6, of Valencia, walks through a display of recycled materials created by Cedarcreek Elementary School students at the City of Santa Clarita Earth Arbor Day Festival event held at Central Park in Saugus on April 16.
 Fifth-grader Mark Awad, 10, right, eats pita bread filled with fava beans as Nadia Boktor looks on at the Egyptian booth in a multicultural-day event at Leona Cox Community School in Canyon Country on Tuesday.  Fifth-grader Mark Awad, 10, right, eats pita bread filled with fava beans as Nadia Boktor looks on at the Egyptian booth in a multicultural-day event at Leona Cox Community School in Canyon Country on Tuesday.
Fifth-grader Mark Awad, 10, right, eats pita bread filled with fava beans as Nadia Boktor looks on at the Egyptian booth in a multicultural-day event at Leona Cox Community School in Canyon Country on Tuesday.
Bella Giglio, 5, left, and brother Kai, 8, walk among the classic cars on display as they sell cotton candy at the Arakaki Family Fundraiser and Classic Car Show held in the Albertsons parking lot in Saugus on April 16. Bella Giglio, 5, left, and brother Kai, 8, walk among the classic cars on display as they sell cotton candy at the Arakaki Family Fundraiser and Classic Car Show held in the Albertsons parking lot in Saugus on April 16.
Bella Giglio, 5, left, and brother Kai, 8, walk among the classic cars on display as they sell cotton candy at the Arakaki Family Fundraiser and Classic Car Show held in the Albertsons parking lot in Saugus on April 16.
 The Master’s College shortstop Tanner Leighton blows a bubble during the Mustangs’ 12-4 victory over Azusa Pacific at TMC in Santa Clarita on Saturday.  The Master’s College shortstop Tanner Leighton blows a bubble during the Mustangs’ 12-4 victory over Azusa Pacific at TMC in Santa Clarita on Saturday.
The Master’s College shortstop Tanner Leighton blows a bubble during the Mustangs’ 12-4 victory over Azusa Pacific at TMC in Santa Clarita on Saturday.
Fifth-graders, from left, Victoria Dietz, Amanda Doucette and Hannah Legler hold onto Mack Bailey as they practice the “balance study” portion of their final performance of Lula Washington Dance Theater’s 12-week class at Live Oak Elementary School in Castaic on Wednesday. Fifth-graders, from left, Victoria Dietz, Amanda Doucette and Hannah Legler hold onto Mack Bailey as they practice the “balance study” portion of their final performance of Lula Washington Dance Theater’s 12-week class at Live Oak Elementary School in Castaic on Wednesday.
Fifth-graders, from left, Victoria Dietz, Amanda Doucette and Hannah Legler hold onto Mack Bailey as they practice the “balance study” portion of their final performance of Lula Washington Dance Theater’s 12-week class at Live Oak Elementary School in Castaic on Wednesday.
Jen Jacobs, 41, of San Diego, holds a sign protesting state government spending as she invites fellow protestors to create their own signs across from the school on Thursday. Tea-party protestors and local students were on hand to demonstrate against Brown’s approach to the state budget and spending, among other issues. Jen Jacobs, 41, of San Diego, holds a sign protesting state government spending as she invites fellow protestors to create their own signs across from the school on Thursday. Tea-party protestors and local students were on hand to demonstrate against Brown’s approach to the state budget and spending, among other issues.
Jen Jacobs, 41, of San Diego, holds a sign protesting state government spending as she invites fellow protestors to create their own signs across from the school on Thursday. Tea-party protestors and local students were on hand to demonstrate against Brown’s approach to the state budget and spending, among other issues.
Gov. Jerry Brown, left, and Assemblyman Cameron Smyth, R-Santa Clarita, walk the campus of Hart High School during Brown’s visit to school in Newhall to discuss state budget cuts on Thursday. Gov. Jerry Brown, left, and Assemblyman Cameron Smyth, R-Santa Clarita, walk the campus of Hart High School during Brown’s visit to school in Newhall to discuss state budget cuts on Thursday.
Gov. Jerry Brown, left, and Assemblyman Cameron Smyth, R-Santa Clarita, walk the campus of Hart High School during Brown’s visit to school in Newhall to discuss state budget cuts on Thursday.
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