Carmel Valley Cub Scout Pinewood Derby

Mark and Ryan Clairmont

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Carmel Valley Cub Scout Pack #734 held its annual Pinewood Derby on March 24
at Solana Highlands Elementary School.  The event included an awards ceremony
for the “fastest” cars, as well as awards for the most creatively decorated cars in
several categories.

–Photos/Jon Clark.

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