Solana Beach ‘Patriotic Songs Sing-Along’

Paul and Eileen Parker with Elle and Parker

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The City of Solana Beach held its 26th annual “Patriotic Songs Sing-Along Celebration” July 4 at the Fletcher Cove Community Center.

Led by Dr. Ed Siegel, local residents gathered to celebrate the country’s independence through music.

Photos/McKenzie Images

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