February 2017 Photo Round-Up

Between the storms and sunshine break-outs, we had one foggy morning.


A preschool class took a field trip to the post office to mail Valentines.


Walker Wall at Pomona College had firm expressions about recent political happenings.

This car found Nemo.


The Claremont USD Elementary Instrumental Music Program had a record number of string students – around 170 – in the Winter Concert.

A beautiful sunset seen over the Carnegie Building at Pomona College.



One thought on “February 2017 Photo Round-Up

  1. Thanks, as always, for posting such great pictures, as well as excellent information, in your Blog. The picture of the sunset over the Carnegie Building is especially beautiful, and I loved seeing the Preschoolers on their way downtown to mail their Valentines. We still see people going to the Preschool at Claremont UCC each morning when we drive by after we drop off Claire and Luke at Condit AND then go by Wolfe’s for Butch to get his morning cup of coffee. Marilee Scaff continues to find notes and Minutes and papers about the Early Childhood Center from the days when Mary Ellen Kilsbee and Betty Salas worked there. Betty later went to work at the Preschool at Claremont Presbyterian Church. I’ve been picking them up from Marilee and taking them to Kristy at the Early Childhood Center. She makes a copy for her records, and then gives them to the office to make 2 copies – one for Doug Mackenzie who is the Archivist, and one just for safekeeping in the Church Records. I think Marilee’s finally found all of the information that she had, but, if not, she’ll tell me and I’ll make the run to the church with the papers.


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