La Verne Magazine
Vol. 27, No. 1
Spring 2003

The Williams fire, which destroyed 62 homes and more than 38,000 acres, burned a path from Glendora to Mount Baldy Village. This long exposure photograph was taken from D-Hill, located just south of Arrow Highway and west of San Dimas Canyon Road, Sept. 23, 2002.

Photography by Liz Lucsko


From the Editor...

by Jaclyn Roco

Weaving a Web of Controversy

by Jaclyn Roco
photography by Liz Lucsko

Transforming a Piece of History

by Alexis Lahr
photography by Liz Lucsko

Living a Life of Music

by Rima Thompson
photography by Liz Lucsko

The Man Expected to Make Change

by Dimitri Watson
photography by Liz Lucsko

An Awaited Dream Come True?

by Melissa Lau
photography by Liz Lucsko

Finding a Perfect Match in the Pumpkin Patch

by Rima Thompson
photography by Liz Lucsko

Fighting to Save Their World

by Alexis Lahr
photography by Liz Lucsko

The American Spirit Sweeps Through Horsethief Canyon

by Meridith Zembal
photography by Liz Lucsko

A Rodeo Primer: Racing, Wrestling, Roping, Riding and Bucking

by Meridith Zembal

What ULV Keeps Behind Its Walls

by Jaclyn Roco
photography by Liz Lucsko

Listening to a Unique Duo

by Dimitri Watson
photography by Liz Lucsko

Cutting With Care

by Tamika Harrison
photography by Liz Lucsko

Squadron 64: The Only Way to Fly

by Meridith Zembal
photography by Liz Lucsko

Touching Lives Through Art

by Terry Birdsall
photography by Liz Lucsko

La Verne's Angel Pride Mixes Old and New Heritage

by Terry Birdsall


Sandy Arave, from Hemet, Calif., timed in at 17.05 seconds and placed third in the barrel racing competition at the eighth annual San Dimas Western Days Rodeo at Horsethief Canyon Park, Oct. 6, 2002.

Photography by Liz Lucsko


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