Photos: Highlights, 5/13 to 5/19 May 19, 2019 Facebook Twitter SMS Email Print Save A look back at the Napa Valley Register's photo highlights from the past week. Drone vehicle at Eagle Vines golf club An automated, self-driving container vehicle sits by the ninth fairway of the Eagle Vines golf club in American Canyon, one of the first clubs to deploy robotic carts to fetch food, drink, balls and other items to golfers who place orders with a smartphone app. Howard Yune, Register Mother's Day tea at the Ackerman Heritage House, Napa Several guests at the afternoon tea hosted by Napa's Ackerman Heritage House for Mother's Day dressed for the occasion, including Keli Manfred of Napa and her 8-year-old daughter Adeline. Howard Yune, Register OLE Health's new south Napa campus. OLE Health's new $32 million south Napa campus will begin seeing patients on June 3. Jennifer Huffman, Register file photo Willow Elementary School grand opening, Napa Willow school's principal, Pam Perkins, right, is the daughter of John Holder, left, the principal of the site's first school, El Centro Elementary. Willow is the new name for the updated school now serving students from the former El Centro and Salvador schools. Howard Yune, Register Justin-Siena at Novato in boys lacrosse playoffs Justin-Siena senior Colby Bates moves the ball upfield at Novato on Tuesday night. Dean Ruggiero Photography Aerial view of St. Helena's Neighborhood Table An aerial view of the recent Neighborhood Table event held on St. Helena’s Adams Street. TIM CARL PHOTOGRAPHY Clayton Valley Charter at Napa softball Napa High's Caity Newburn slides into third base safely for a triple in the bottom of the second inning against Clayton Valley Charter on Tuesday. Don Lex, LuckyDuckImages.com Mother's Day tea at the Ackerman Heritage House, Napa Finger sandwiches and small pastries were set out in the dining room of the Ackerman Heritage House in Napa for the 1888 landmark's annual Mother's Day high tea. Howard Yune, Register Drone vehicle at Eagle Vines golf club David Griffis, general manager of Eagle Vines Vineyards & Golf Club in American Canyon, retrieves bottles of Gatorade and a bag of potato chips from an automated vehicle that had carried the refreshments from the clubhouse. The golf course has deployed four of the six-wheeled robots, which were developed by Starship Technologies to deliver payloads up to 20 pounds. Howard Yune, Register Willow Elementary School grand opening, Napa A team of children at Willow Elementary School led parents and other visitors Tuesday evening on tours of the campus, which is completing its first school year hosting a student body combined from the former Salvador and El Centro schools. Howard Yune, Register St. Helena baseball Junior Caleb Jeske signals to a St. Helena runner on base to stay put during St. Helena's 3-2 loss to Middletown in the first round of the North Coast Section Div. 4 playoffs. Gus Morris, Register Saint Mary's at Justin-Siena softball Justin-Siena freshman Eleanor Meyers takes off her helmet after being congratulated by teammates on her two-run homer in the fifth inning against Saint Mary's on Tuesday. Andy Wilcox, Register A "fairy door" at Napa's Arbor Guest House. The guest house is located at 1436 G St. in Napa. A "fairy door" at the garden of Napa's Arbor Guest House. The guest house is located at 1436 G St. in Napa. Jennifer Huffman, Register St. Helena track and field Junior sprinter Ryan Searl (white jersey) crosses the line in the 100-meter dash at the North Coast Section Class A Championship Meet on Saturday. Searl finished the race in 10.88 seconds, but was second to Stuart Hall's Nicholas Ong (navy and red jersey), who finished in 10.84. Gus Morris, Register Wine bottle line-up at Castello di Amorosa Calistoga's Castello di Amorosa produces roughly 30,000 cases of wine annually, all sold directly to consumers. Alison Cochrane Hernandez photo Volunteer gravestone cleanup at the Yountville Veterans Home More than 5,800 gravestones span the Yountville Veterans Home Cemetery. Volunteers from the Napa Valley Marine Corps League Detachment 870 intended to clean gravestones on Saturday, but were unable to tap into the property's water supply to use a power washer. Volunteers say they will return at a later date to complete their task. Courtney Teague, Register Clayton Valley Charter at Napa softball Napa High's Caity Newburn is greeted at the plate by teammates after her three-run homer against Clayton Valley Charter on Tuesday. 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