Solana Pacific Sandpiper Sprint

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Solana Pacific School hosted its annual Sandpiper Sprint on Oct. 12. The fun run raised money for the Solana Beach Foundation for Learning in support of technology, art, science and PE. The kids competed at individual and class levels for the number of laps completed and money raised. Photos/Karen Billing

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