Solana Beach marks 25 years of Community Sing-Alongs

Daniel Powell plays drums at the sing along

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Local residents gathered Aug. 15 at the Fletcher Cove Community Center to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Solana Beach Community Sing-Along.

Led by Dr. Ed Siegel, the sing-alongs have been a reliable part of community life in Solana Beach almost since cityhood was established in 1986.

Photos/Jon Clark

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