Solana Highlands Gold Rush Day

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Solana Highlands Elementary School held its fourth-grade Gold Rush Day On Feb. 8.

Gold Rush Day is an annual event where students get to experience a hands-on look through history by bringing the California Gold Rush to life. The all-day event includes a costume contest, hands-on activities, outdoor gold rush games, picnic lunch, and rush for the gold. Photos/Jon Clark

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