Solana Beach residents help landscape Fletcher Cove Community Center

Solana Beach’s Peter House helps landscape the Fletcher Cove Community Center. Photo: Jon Clark

Solana Beach residents rolled up their sleeves for a special planting at the recently renovated Fletcher Cove Community Center. These helping hands put the finishing touches on the area surrounding the community center, which is re-opening Friday, July 1, as part of the city’s anniversary celebration. Solana Beach Councilman Mike Nichols has spearheaded the landscaping efforts, dedicating dozens of hours to the project. Local nurseries Solana Succulents and Cedros Gardens also pitched in, offering discounted materials and support.

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