Solana Beach Ball returns

Lucia Clemens, Mark Perlman

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Solana Beach School District parents and supporters gathered for the Solana Beach Ball on May 4 at the Lomas Santa Fe Country Club. The event, which featured silent and live auctions and dancing, raises funds for the Solana Beach Foundation for Learning, a nonprofit foundation dedicated to raising funds for programs that enrich the education of the students in Solana Beach School District. For more information, visit http://www.sbfl.org/

–Photos/Jon Clark

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