Solana Highlands Pancake Breakfast

Steve Young, Harris Teague, Sean Pucher, Josh Mereminsky, Andy Silverman

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Solana Highlands Elementary Dads’ Club held its bi-annual Pancake Breakfast June 1 for the entire school community.

Solana Highlands also had its Career Day where students had the opportunity to hear about the following exciting careers:

•Mr. Stuart Marquette – Research and design for prosthetic legs

•Mr. Kevin Nelson – Chef

•Mrs. Summer Conover – Professional Artist

•Mr. Peter Kragh – Underwater Photographer

Students also dressed up in the uniforms and outfits of their favorite career.

Most photos/Jon Clark

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