Chipping in for charity

Jeff Bird, a music teacher at Bonita High School, chips his ball onto the green at the La Verne-San Dimas Educational Foundation's 2022 Ed Jones Memorial Golf Tournament at San Dimas Canyon Golf Course on April 22. Adrian Wong (left), a fourth grade teacher at Gladstone Elementary School, and Brian Harrison (right), an art teacher at Bonita High School, wait for their turns in the rotation. The annual tournament is a major fundraiser for the Bonita Unified School District. / photo by Nathan Driscoll
Jeff Bird, a music teacher at Bonita High School, chips his ball onto the green at the La Verne-San Dimas Educational Foundation’s 2022 Ed Jones Memorial Golf Tournament at San Dimas Canyon Golf Course on April 22. Adrian Wong (left), a fourth grade teacher at Gladstone Elementary School, and Brian Harrison (right), an art teacher at Bonita High School, wait for their turns in the rotation. The annual tournament is a major fundraiser for the Bonita Unified School District. / photo by Nathan Driscoll
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Nathan Driscoll, a sophomore criminology major and photography minor, is a staff photographer for the Campus Times.

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