Sol Bowl benefits local education programs

Teachers Estela Leidy, Leigh Courtney and Lisa Campbell

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The Sol Bowl Charity Flag Football Tournament was held April 21 at La Colonia Park, Solana Beach, to benefit the Skyline Global Education Program and the Solana Beach Foundation for Learning.  Parents and children sold homemade baked goods during the charity tournament.

–Photos/McKenzie Images

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