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 in October. Thank you for sending in your pics to us. Keep 'em coming!
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Belmont: A group of brothers poses near Water Dog Lake in 1898. Population in San Mateo County was 12,000 then - now it's 700,000. Credit: Eric Dentler
Burlingame: More than 75 Pied Piper Players from across the Peninsula—including Burlingame—took the stage Friday for a two-week run of the classic Wizard of Oz. Credit: Pied Piper Players
Half Moon Bay: Coastside parents and their children urged the public before Election Day in a rally to vote yes on Props 30 and 38 in support of California public schools. The Yes for Education rally in Half Moon Bay was part of the Educate Our State campaign in support of Props 30 and 38. Credit: Susie Brillault–Bergen
Menlo Park-Atherton: Ray Mueller smiles with his son after his election to the Menlo Park City Council on Tuesday, Nov. 6. Credit: John Woodell
Pacifica: 18-year-old Randee Kotlar voted for the first time on Election Day this year in Pacifica. The 18-year-old Terra Nova High School graduate asked to have her picture taken in front of the Pacifica Community Center polling place to document the momentous occasion. Credit: Christa Bigue
Palo Alto: Professional photographer Dina Boyer added a new photo to her Patch profile this week. Dina has added photos to news stories in the past. Credit: Dina Boyer
Redwood City: Students crown Woodside High School's Homecoming princess at the annual dance. Credit: Debra Adler
San Bruno: Two San Bruno U16 girls soccer team, The Fog and The Aftershocks battled for first place. The Fog ultimately beat The Aftershocks 4 - 0. Credit: Alfonso Esqueda
San Carlos: Hal Schuette proudly drives a 1952 Studebaker in the Giants Parade. Passengers included Richard Blum, Diane Feinstein's husband, and their friends Dan Carroll and kids. Credit: Hal Schuette
San Mateo and Foster City: The Samaritan House could use your help sorting, setting-up, and distributing food to local folks in need this holiday season. Credit: Samaritan House
South San Francisco: South San Francisco City Council member Mark Addiego smiles after voting at a polling place. Credit: Taylor Wiles