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Hawaii, the land of wondrous mountains and
sparkling beaches, is a natural paradise. Karen
Williams relaxes amongthe cleartide pools of our
The World's Fair in
attracted more than a
few Chargers. Larissa
Regala hangs onto her
newly found friend,
who seems rather pale.
During the vacation, students visited their native homelands. Pat-
ty Bolanas cruises down the Amazon River in her birthplace of
Summer Vacation was the
time for new adventures and
quiet relaxation. Either way,
summertime served as a wel-
come break from school
which most students greeted
Many Chargers took exotic
trips to faraway places. Often,
students visited their relatives
or their native countries.
Chargers went all over the
world, from South Korea to
Ecuador. Other travelers pre-
ferred to remain in the states,
frequenting popular spots like
the Grand Canyon and the
Of course, some spots were
unique to the summer of 1986,
most significantly the World's
Fair in Canada. Also, for the
foreign exchange program,
five ambitious individuals
went to Xalapa, Mexico, for an
Finally, one must not forget
the summer's most popular
vacation spot, the perfect
place to cool off, hang out, or
meet new people - the
beach. -by Elon Goldstein
Student Life 11
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Scenic Xalapa, Mexico was the site of the Spanish Foreign Exchange Program. After going for
a swim, Ricardo Espinoza soaks up the warm rays of the sun.
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Vacations were not always no work and all play. Scott Lusby stands atop the majestic house
his family has been building in Sutter Mill, northern California.
Big cities are traditional tourist spots, San Fran
cisco included. Kathy Cano and Natalie Solloi
pose in front of the Golden Gate Bridge.
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Covina Bowl opened league play to all ages. Andrew Stewart attempts to throw a strike to help his team,
the "Too Hip Bowlers." Photo by jim Collins.
Weightlifting was popular
for Chargers who wanted
to keep in shape. Tom
Stout builds his biceps by
doing a set of curls. Photo
by Geoff Edwards.
Chargers enjoyed minia-
ture golf in their s are
time. Sherri Wright lines
up her putt for ar as An-
netta Wright looks on.
Photo by lim Collins.
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