Solana Beach schools walk for PTA

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Solana Vista and Skyline schools in Solana Beach walked it out on Feb. 3, as part of the schools’ only annual student fundrasier. The efforts of students’ fundraising — obtaining pledges to participate in the hour-long walk/run — came to a head with every student participating. Last year the Walk-A-Thon raised more than $42,000 for the PTA. Jeff Detrow (of “Jeff & Jer” radio fame) hosted the event (below). Photos: Claire Harlin

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