Skyline students create auction item for Solana Beach Ball

Kristin, Emily, Heidi, Luke

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Skyline Elementary School students in one of the fourth-grade classes recently created a very unique auction item for the upcoming Solana Beach Ball. Local resident and NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) Fisheries Research Biologist Heidi Dewar has donated a Scion car that the fourth-graders decorated with the theme “Riding the Seas Into Tomorrow.” The students’ message centered around “Respecting one of our largest natural playgrounds and protecting our seas for generations to come.”

–photos/John Clark

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