Holiday Tree Lighting in Solana Beach

The Snook family at the Solana Beach Tree Lighting event

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The holiday season officially began in Solana Beach Dec. 2 when the city’s annual Holiday Tree Lighting event took place. The event included, cookies, music and a visit from Santa Claus.

Donations of new or gently used jackets, blankets, toys or teen gifts were also collected for distribution by the Community Resource Center at its annual holiday event. Photos/Jon Clark

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