Carmel Creek Elementary students run for fun, funds

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Carmel Creek Elementary will be participating in the 3rd Annual Fun Run!

Carmel Creek Elementary held its third annual Fun Run at the campus Jan. 21. Students dressed in color-coordinated outfits, and DJ Tom Warren provided energetic music. The event raises money for the Solana Beach Foundation for Learning, which funds Carmel Creek’s enrichment classes, including Science, Technology, P.E., and Art. Photos by Jon Clark

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