Padres’ Del Mar Schools Night

The Friday, June 5 San Diego Padres game will be Del Mar Schools Night to celebrate the Del Mar Union School District. In addition to seeing the Padres do battle with the Arizona Diamondbacks, Ocean Air Principal Gary Wilson will be singing “The National Anthem.” Tickets for the 7:05 p.m. game are $14 for students and their families and seats should be reserved before May 20. Order forms are available on individual school’s Web sites.

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