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Campus Times
March 26
, 2004


photo by Jason Cortez

One-year-old Ayla Bustillos and her 2-year-old sister, Rebeca, came from Diamond Bar to Heritage Park, which contains one of the few remaining orange groves in La Verne. Every spring Heritage Park opens its doors and offers visitors an opportunity to pick oranges, ride on a tractor and learn a little something about La Verne’s agriculture and history.


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