Farewell Summer 2014

A collection of summer pictures that never made it to Capture, until now. My way of saying good-bye summer. Photos by Richard Gillard/Acorn Newspapers

 RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers GOOD BYE SUMMER- Abbigail Hewitt, 6, Jadyn Estrada, 11, and Liam Crosson, 3, all from Newbury Park race in the sack race during the Summer Farewell Festival hosted by Monte Vista Presbyterian Church at Dos Vientos Community Park on Friday, August 22.


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GOOD BYE SUMMER- Abbigail Hewitt, 6, Jadyn Estrada, 11, and Liam Crosson, 3, all from Newbury Park race in the sack race during the Summer Farewell Festival hosted by Monte Vista Presbyterian Church at Dos Vientos Community Park on Friday, August 22.

RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers GOOD BYE SUMMER- Ella Carroll, 5, of Newbury Park gets a taste of Kona Ice during the Summer Farewell Festival hosted by Monte Vista Presbyterian Church at Dos Vientos Community Park on Friday, August 22.

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GOOD BYE SUMMER- Ella Carroll, 5, of Newbury Park gets a taste of Kona Ice during the Summer Farewell Festival hosted by Monte Vista Presbyterian Church at Dos Vientos Community Park on Friday, August 22.

RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers READY TO PARADE- Avery Price, 3 of Newbury Park, rides to the start of the parade at the Miller Family YMCA Family Festival on July 4. The Family Festival included the 5k/10k Run/Walk, pancake breakfast, kids fun zone, and parade.

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READY TO PARADE- Avery Price, 3 of Newbury Park, rides to the start of the parade at the Miller Family YMCA Family Festival on July 4. The Family Festival included the 5k/10k Run/Walk, pancake breakfast, kids fun zone, and parade.

RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers GOOD BYE SUMMER- Grace Osterloh, 3 ½ of Newbury Park, marvels at the bracelet she made during the Summer Farewell Festival hosted by Monte Vista Presbyterian Church at Dos Vientos Community Park on Friday, August 22.

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GOOD BYE SUMMER- Grace Osterloh, 3 ½ of Newbury Park, marvels at the bracelet she made during the Summer Farewell Festival hosted by Monte Vista Presbyterian Church at Dos Vientos Community Park on Friday, August 22.

Richard Gillard/Acorn Newspapers IT’S A TORTOISE- Branden tucker, 3 ½ of Moorpark, smiles as he holds a spur thigh tortoise during the reptile family’s visit to the Moorpark library on Monday, June 30.

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IT’S A TORTOISE- Branden tucker, 3 ½ of Moorpark, smiles as he holds a spur thigh tortoise during the reptile family’s visit to the Moorpark library on Monday, June 30.

 RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers HOLD ON TIGHT- Benjamin Georgesque, 4, and Miliana McElroy, 3, hold on tight as they take a ride on a camel during Trinity Presbyterian Church’s Vacation Bible Camp on Friday, June 27.  The Trinity Presbyterian Church’s Vacation Bible Camp was studying Moses and the tribes of Israel.


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HOLD ON TIGHT- Benjamin Georgesque, 4, and Miliana McElroy, 3, hold on tight as they take a ride on a camel during Trinity Presbyterian Church’s Vacation Bible Camp on Friday, June 27. The Trinity Presbyterian Church’s Vacation Bible Camp was studying Moses and the tribes of Israel.

 RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers ON THURSDAY NIGHT- Douglas Dykstra and Linda Rhymes perform with the Camarillo Community Band at Community Center Park on Thursday, July 3. The Camarillo Community Band will perform every Thursday in July.


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ON THURSDAY NIGHT- Douglas Dykstra and Linda Rhymes perform with the Camarillo Community Band at Community Center Park on Thursday, July 3. The Camarillo Community Band will perform every Thursday in July.

 RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers READY TO PARADE- Wyeth Clarke, 3 ½ of Newbury Park, waves his flags as he rides in a wagon at the start of the parade at the Miller Family YMCA Family Festival on July 4. The Family Festival included the 5k/10k Run/Walk, pancake breakfast, kids fun zone, and parade.


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READY TO PARADE- Wyeth Clarke, 3 ½ of Newbury Park, waves his flags as he rides in a wagon at the start of the parade at the Miller Family YMCA Family Festival on July 4. The Family Festival included the 5k/10k Run/Walk, pancake breakfast, kids fun zone, and parade.

 RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers BACK TO SAILING- Daniel Cashdan, 13 of Westlake Village, and Max Read, 14 of Newbury Park, start sailing again after after passing under the bridge during Westlake Yacht Clubs Around the Island race on July 4.  It is the only time during the year the sailboats are allowed to go under the bridge.


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BACK TO SAILING- Daniel Cashdan, 13 of Westlake Village, and Max Read, 14 of Newbury Park, start sailing again after after passing under the bridge during Westlake Yacht Clubs Around the Island race on July 4. It is the only time during the year the sailboats are allowed to go under the bridge.

 

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