Community Serve Day in Solana Beach

Carol Fleming, Fred Weck

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The Solana Beach Presbyterian Church’s Community Serve Day was held Feb. 24. Volunteers spread out across San Diego County to help various entities and individuals on a wide variety of projects. Photos on this page are of members of the Del Sol Lions who volunteered at La Vida Del Mar in Solana Beach.

Participants in the event held an ice cream social for, and played board games with, residents of La Vida Del Mar, a local senior community that specializes in independent and assisted living.

Photos/Jon Clark

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