Carmel Del Mar Father-Son Fun

Mike and Riley Barnes

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The Carmel Del Mar School Dad’s Club held its Father-Son May 20. The event features a lot of sports, including laser tag, soccer, football, baseball, basketball, and snack, food, and drinks.

Photos/Jon Clark

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