PHOTOS: This Week in Idyllwild: January 12, 2017

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Clouds rolled in Tuesday afternoon over Camp Emerson as a weather system forecast for the rest of the week began to show itself on the Hill. Rain and snow were predicted. Photo by Mandy Johnson

 

President Theresa Teel (left) welcomes Dr. M.P. Wylie, who was inducted to Soroptimist International of Idyllwild at the club’s Wednesday, Jan. 4, business meeting. Photo by Halie Wilson

 

The Idyllwild School Spelling Bee on Dec. 1 shows the students nervously awaiting their word. The winners went to the Hemet Unified School Districtwide Spelling Bee on Tuesday, Jan. 10. Photo courtesy of Kirsten Ingbretsen

 

Mei Li Stroud (left), grade 5, was the elementary school spelling bee winner and the alternate was fourth grader Martina Navarrete Urrutia (right). Both girls are shown with their families. Photo courtesy of Kirsten Ingbretsen

 

The Idyllwild School Spelling Bee on Dec. 1 shows the students nervously awaiting their word. The winners went to the Hemet Unified School Districtwide Spelling Bee on Tuesday, Jan. 10. Photo courtesy of Kirsten Ingbretsen

 

Outgoing Idyllwild Rotary President Marc Kassouf (right) passes the gavel to President Pro Tem Roland Gaebert at the weekly Rotary meeting Wednesday, Jan. 4. Kassouf was forced to resign his position early because of unforeseen business demands. Photo by Tom Kluzak

 

Idyllwild artist Terry French (left) receives thanks and an official Rotary mug from Idyllwild Rotary President Pro Tem Roland Gaebert at the weekly Rotary meeting Jan. 4. French spoke about her art, recently focusing on paintings of pets on rocks. Photo by Tom Kluzak

 

“Our cat approves of the new Town Crier format,” wrote Marcia Krull. Photo courtesy Krull

 

Preston Pino passes to Zack Gray during an Idyllwild Middle School basketball game last week. The San Jacinto Valley Academy team won the game. Photo by Amy Righetti

 

Mary Aebischer, head of the Department of Modern Languages at Idyllwild Arts Academy, spoke to the Associates of the Idyllwild Arts Foundation at its monthly meeting Monday, Jan. 9. Aebischer spoke about teaching, learning and creating an appreciation of multiple cultures through language instruction. Photo by Tom Kluzak

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