Betty Flora is hugged by Ollie Grimm at an alumni get together in Naples, Florida.
University of Miami Hurricane's, Seantrel Henderson stretches before a scrimmage at Naples High School in Naples, Florida.
Regan O'Donnell, 6, gets a head start as the Easter egg hunt begins at Naples Botanical Garden in Florida.
Downtown Naples, during a free public performance by the Naples Concert Band in Florida.
A model wearing clothing designed by Carolina Herrera struts down a catwalk in the glass dome of the Philharmonic Center for the Arts on Tuesday, January 15, 2013 in Naples.
The Naples High School versus Barron Collier High School is canceled due to rain in Naples, Florida.
Karen Zambrano dances to Batman's theme song played by the Pine Ridge Middle School orchestra at Osceola Elementary School in Naples, Florida.
Peggy Cachat reacts after teeing off at the Naples National Golf Club in Florida.
A crowd gathers around the recently unveiled the Veterans Memorial of Bonita Springs at Riverside Park in Florida.
Homer Helter, hugs friend Karen Brezovsky he was acquitted of all charges to offer to sell - but not selling - two rifles he kept in his office safe in December 2011 in Naples, Florida.
Frank Verpoorten, the new Director of the Naples Museum of Art, stands for a portrait in an installation by artist Dale Chihuly at the Philharmonic Center for the Arts.
Kurian Abraham hoses down a brush fire that reached his property Golden Gate Estates, Florida.
April Wonder McKinnon, 13, sits in her room completing her biology homework. April lives with her father Danny in the small and close-nit town of St. James, Missouri. Though April struggles daily with her studies her dream is to "finish high school and to go to college."
On a hot summer day Na'Shanti Fisher tosses a basketball to her cousin while on the sidewalk in front of her home in Sandusky, Ohio.
Xavier Richardson hugs his mother, Shervette, after he and his Immokalee High School football teammates won a playoff game against Lake Wales High School.
Troy Miles, 41, practices the upright bass in his bedroom. Facing the corner is convenient to press the buttons on the tape player that he uses for background music. Troy says that because he is blind and lives in a world for those who can see, he often feels he is without control. An instrument is something Troy can handle with total ease.
After two weeks serving time at the Hocking Valley Community Residential Center (HVCRC), a low security youth penitentiary, Darrick receives his first haircut. “I really want a cool fade,” he said while thinking about his haircut earlier in the day. In September of 2009 Darrick was caught breaking and entering a building. As a result of his trial in Pickaway he was sentenced to a 6-month minimum residency at HVCRC. His release is dependent on proper behavior.
Hope Gallinger-Long cries at the grave of her husband, US Navy Hospital Corpsman, Ryley Gallinger-Long on August 20, 2011. The couple was married in March before he was deployed to Afghanistan, where he died in the line of duty after just 27 days, at age 19. He was tending to a wounded Marine when he was killed. Ryley’s identical twin, Wyatt, comforts Hope along with older brother, Zack.
Rhianna Yarnell and her family look out towards motorists drive away for a March of Dimes fundraiser. The organization helps moms have full-term pregnancies and researches the problems that threaten the health of babies.