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Posted March 6, 2009

Diane Scott
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Orange picking is still a popular event in La Verne. This season more people than ever turned out despite the fact that it was rained out two weeks in a row.

Pickers last weekend came from as far away as Upland to enjoy a family day of orange picking at La Verne’s Heritage Park.

The event is held Saturdays from January to March – as oranges last.

“The park is busier than normal this year, but unfortunately the orange crop is smaller than normal,” volunteer Bill Heaton said.

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