Dad’s Club lunch at Carmel Valley Middle School

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Dads and students gathered Jan. 18 at Carmel Valley Middle School for a fun brown bag lunch. The lunch was the first event for the Dad’s Club at Carmel Valley Middle School, which was started by Darryl Gordon.

Photos/Jon Clark

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