Solana Pacific hosts annual Amazing Quest

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On May 6, 384 students, family members and teachers from Solana Pacific School ran in the fifth annual Amazing Quest. Teams raced through Del Mar Highlands shopping center, stacking apples at Jimbo’s, eating Hot Lava cakes and chips and salsa at Dominos and Rubios, and making towel animals at iTan and Pet People. This family event was organized by Amazing Quest and the Solana Pacific PTA. Photos: Daniel Dreifuss

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