Solana Beach kids hold youth rock concert benefit

Jenna Newcamp (SurfAid US Executive Director), Addie Eure (SurfAid volunteer).

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Solana Beach students held a youth rock concert and benefit on May 11 at Skyline Elementary Activity Center.

Four youth bands came together to perform at the event. Bands including Last Minute, Dropping the Slushy, The Indecisives, and The Styrotones rocked out to raise money for Surfaid International, a nonprofit organization that helps people with malaria prevention, health education, clean water projects, and emergency preparedness in remote villages of Indonesia.

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