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Your Best Photos of the Week

You sent us your photos for our news articles, and we’re featuring them.

From a missing pilot and his plane to a delightful OktoberFest in Redwood City to benefit the Redwood City Education Foundation, it sure was busy along the Peninsula. Thank you for sending in your pics to us. Keep 'em coming!

You can submit your photos using the “Pics and Clips” button in the toolbar at the top of this page, email your Editor, and see if your photos make it next week!

Belmont: Spooky pops are just some of Halloween treats available at Emay's Sweet Shop in Belmont. Credit: Arianna Bayangos

Burlingame: A Burlingame Patch user posted her photo to last week's Best Photos of the Week: "Bored in Burlingame Hills! Bella with granddaughters Gia and Ella." Credit: Josie Ewing

Half Moon Bay: Officials found wreckage of an Arizona-bound airplane that belonged to 75-year-old Andrew Hayden of Gupta, Florida, which disappeared after taking off from the Half Moon Bay Airport on Monday, on a coastal bluff west of the airport this afternoon. Credit: S. O'Neill

Menlo Park-Atherton: Menlo Park Mayor Kirsten Keith delivers the State of the City address, which included major development deals like Facebook. Credit: John Woodell

Millbrae: Donation Days Awareness Up Since Last Year. Parents chipped in this week to boost their kids' education and invest in the district's success next year. Credit: Heidi Lindstrom-Gomez

Pacifica: An algae bloom commonly referred to as "red tide" gave the waters of Pacifica an eerie blue glow and a reddish-brown color in the daytime. Credit: Ivar J. Kljavin

Palo Alto: The UNAFF (United Nations Association Film Festival) 2012 International Documentary Film Festival will show two films in Palo Alto this Sunday that could change the outlook of elementary school-aged children to whom much is given. Credit: UNAFF

Redwood City: OktoberFest drew crowds to Courthouse Square and downtown Redwood City in the annual OktobeRun and festival filled with merriment. Credit: Diane Martin

San Bruno: Halloween is celebrated all month long, as these "Pan Am" girls demonstrate. Credit: Martin Ricard 

San Carlos: San Carlos Patch user Cheryl Stone will hit the Halloween party circuit this year as the Red Queen from Johnny Depp's "Alice in Wonderland."Credit: Cheryl Stone

San Mateo and Foster City: BevMo! has shared the top 12 most popular Halloween cocktails. Which one will you serve up? Credit: BevMo!

South San Francisco: El Camino High School's music program hosted the first of its two annual music takeover fundraisers Thursday at Celia's Mexican Restaurant in Daly City. Credit: Rey Cabral


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