Summer Serenades start in Carmel Valley

Carmel Valley Rec Council representative Marilee Pacelli and Nicole Schweizer

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Atomic Groove played at Solana Highlands Neighborhood Park, the first performance in the Summer Serenades 2011 series. The concerts, presented by the Carmel Valley Recreation Council and Pardee Homes, run from 5 to 7 p.m. The Corvettes will perform on July 17 at Ashley Falls Neighborhood Park. Photos: Jon Clark

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