‘Greatest Show on Earth’ comes to LV

During halftime of the Home­coming football game, senior Heidi Rudin (center) was crowned the 1995 Homecoming Queen by last year’s queen, Christina Ramirez. Circus clowns stood behind the Court, prepared to release the balloons that would signal the winner. The other princesses on the Court were seniors Keisha Grant, Pattie Moreno, Ann Meadows and Rebecca Rogers. / photo by Veero Der-Karabetian
During halftime of the Home­coming football game, senior Heidi Rudin (center) was crowned the 1995 Homecoming Queen by last year’s queen, Christina Ramirez. Circus clowns stood behind the Court, prepared to release the balloons that would signal the winner. The other princesses on the Court were seniors Keisha Grant, Pattie Moreno, Ann Meadows and Rebecca Rogers. / photo by Veero Der-Karabetian
Alumni John Graef, Gayle Clague-Graef, both of Fullerton, Nancy Doman of Garden Grove and Dana Coleman of San Dimas (left to right) return to the University of La Verne, 20 years after their graduation from La Verne College, for Homecoming 1995, “The Greatest Show on Earth,” where they enjoyed a variety of booths, a parade and the football game. / photo by Melissa A. Collett
Alumni John Graef, Gayle Clague-Graef, both of Fullerton, Nancy Doman of Garden Grove and Dana Coleman of San Dimas (left to right) return to the University of La Verne, 20 years after their graduation from La Verne College, for Homecoming 1995, “The Greatest Show on Earth,” where they enjoyed a variety of booths, a parade and the football game. / photo by Melissa A. Collett
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