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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 rain storm photos to elementary school Thanksgiving performances, there was a lot going on in the Peninsula this week. 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 stacie@patch.com, and see if your photos make it next week!

Belmont: After every storm, there's a rainbow (at least in Belmont.) Credit:  Norm Heise

Burlingame-Hillsborough: A store owner on Burlingame Ave arrived at work this morning to see police aiding another store owner because a tree fell and smashed thru the window of his store this morning. Credit: John Shea

Half Moon Bay: San Mateo County sheriffs served yogurt Wednesday at Nano’s Yogurt Shack to raise money for 100 families on the Coastside in need. The Toys for Tots event collected numerous donations. Credit: Rebecca Seeley

Menlo Park-Atherton: Food truck night brought together The Chairman + CurryUpNow +LosAltosTruck to The Willows Market on Monday. Credit: The Willows Market

Pacifica: The cheerleading team outperformed their competitors, securing a trip to Nationals in Florida next week. They are the oldest group from the Pacifica Tigersharks, the Junior Midgets, ages 11-13. Credit: Nicki Mercurio 

Palo Alto: Blogger Jessica Weare shared this photo of volunteers at Microsoft. In her blog, she points out that many corporations offer matching funds for your charitible contributions. But if employees don't seek the fund, the money is wasted. So whether you donate to the Red Cross fund for Hurricane Sandy relief or contribute small sums to your local school, check with your company about a match. Credit: Jessica Weare

Redwood City-Woodside: Junior tennis player Laura Kastilani of Notre Dame Belmont gives an overview of the Tigers' successful 2012 season, which includes girls from Redwood Shores and Woodside. Credit: Laura Kastilani

San Bruno: San Bruno Vice Mayor Ken Ibarra and American Cancer Society’s Julie Pierce have begun the building of the Relay For Life of San Bruno Committees planning the Saturday April 27 & Sunday April 28, 2013, event. Credit: Relay for Life San Bruno

San Carlos: Heather School kindergarteners perform at the annual Thanksgiving Feast for their parents on November 16, 2012. Credit: M.K. Meintzer

San Mateo and Foster City: Prospective students and their families had a chance to visit Serra High School at Thursday's Open House and become familiar with the school's programs. Credit: Serra High School

South San Francisco: South San Francisco High School Speech and Debate Team won prizes at a regional tournament last month and had a showcase at the school Friday. They will continue to compete throughout the season. Credit: Robert Hawkins

Joel December 02, 2012 at 10:58 PM
Even to this late date in history, some teachers and parents do not know how many Indians were massacred on Thanksgiving. Please take yourselves and your children to Alcatraz on Thanksgiving morning to learn the truth about Indigenous peoples on this fatal day or at least look it up. Patch a cute picture but not representing the truth.

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