Solana Highlands Daisy Troop 3042 Beach Clean Up

Daisy Troop 3042 from Solana Highlands Elementary School recently helped the environment when they participated in a beach clean up at Torrey Pines.  (Above) Top (l-r) Jie Guo, Diana Taylor, Kim Fultz, Michelle Bailey, Marc Brown; Bottom (l-r) Scarlett Taylor, Annika Xuan, Vicky Xu, Sara Fultz, Charlotte Bailey, Cecilia Brown.

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