On vacation with the Peninsula Beacon
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Point Loma resident Dr. Lisa Saarni took her favorite hometown newspaper to the Temple of Ceres in the ancient city at Paestum in Southern Italy.
Point Loma resident Dr. Lisa Saarni took her favorite hometown newspaper to the Temple of Ceres in the ancient city at Paestum in Southern Italy.
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Point Loma resident Gary Pergl took the Beacon with him on his most recent trip to Afghanistan, shown here in front of International Security Assistance Force, the NATO base coordinating all security assistance in the country and to the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan. He has been going to Afghanistan for the last five years to help administer the State Department’s Fulbright Fellowship program, which brings about 75 Afghan students to the U.S. every year to pursue master’s degrees.
Point Loma resident Gary Pergl took the Beacon with him on his most recent trip to Afghanistan, shown here in front of International Security Assistance Force, the NATO base coordinating all security assistance in the country and to the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan. He has been going to Afghanistan for the last five years to help administer the State Department’s Fulbright Fellowship program, which brings about 75 Afghan students to the U.S. every year to pursue master’s degrees.
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Connie Helmich and Robert Tripp Jackson took the Peninsula Beacon down to the Gulf of Mississippi.
Connie Helmich and Robert Tripp Jackson took the Peninsula Beacon down to the Gulf of Mississippi.
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It’s vacation time! Peninsula Beacon readers are heading out of town and taking their favorite hometown paper with them! Take us with you to whatever corner of the world you may be visiting and share your trip with other readers. Tell us your name and/or the names of your family members in the photo and give us a brief description of where the shot was taken. Email the photo and the information to beacon@sdnews.com. It’s that easy! Photos are published based on space constraints and in the order in which they are submitted.
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