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Your Best Photos of the Week

You sent us your photos for our news articles, and we’re featuring them.

From a missing pilot and his plane to a delightful OktoberFest in Redwood City to benefit the Redwood City Education Foundation, it sure was busy along the Peninsula. Thank you for sending in your pics to us. Keep 'em coming!

You can submit your photos using the “Pics and Clips” button in the toolbar at the top of this page, email your Editor, and see if your photos make it next week!

Belmont: A yard in Belmont is smattered with campaign signs as residents prepare for the Nov. 6 election Tuesday. Credit: Tim Hoffman

Burlingame: This past weekend, 375 First Presbyterian Church of Burlingame congregants and fellow community members volunteered during the church’s third annual Faith in Action Day. Credit: Faith in Action

Half Moon Bay: Bill and Denise Delaney hosted their famous 'The Eye Ball' party this Halloween for the eighth year in a row. Credit: Denise Delaney

Menlo Park-Atherton: JobTrain, a local nonprofit providing job training and placement services, expressed support for Facebook's west campus expansion, which would create more jobs, at a city council meeting. Credit: Kail Lubarsky

Millbrae: The latest kitten adopter is an Olympic diving medalist from the 1948 London Games. Credit: Peninsula Humane Society

Pacifica: Assemblyman Jerry Hill honored the Pacifica Beach Coalition at a community coffee gathering at Mazzetti’s Bakery in Pacifica last Saturday with the 19th Assembly District’s Environmental Leadership Award for the organization’s many years of volunteer service in the community. Credit: Leslie Guevarra 

Palo Alto: To commemorate the release of the 10th vintage of the Esprits, the 2010, Tablas Creek general manager Jason Haas convened vertical tastings of both the red and white Esprit for invited journalists and wine buyers in New York City, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Credit: Tablas Creek Vineyards

Redwood City: A boy's face was painted in celebration of Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, in Redwood City on Friday. Credit: Maria Street

San Bruno: Is that Laverne and Shirley? No, just two girls dressed like them for Halloween. Credit: Michelle Cunningham Blumenthal

San Carlos: The San Carlos Youth Advisory Council (YAC) recently met and voted to donate $250 to support the Healthy Cities Tutoring. The YAC is a volunteer group of middle school and high school students appointed by the San Carlos City Council. Credit: Donna Becht

San Mateo and Foster City: Peninsula Direct Action, a group of Occupy-affiliated  the proposed Measure A half-cent sales tax increase over a Highway 101 overpass in San Mateo. Credit: James Lee

South San Francisco: Congresswoman Jackie Speier hosted a Seniors on the Move conference in South San Francisco for about 700 seniors last Friday. Credit: Katrina Rill


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