Earl Warren welcome BBQ held in Solana Beach

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Earl Warren Middle School welcomed new students to campus with a new student orientation on Aug. 15.

The event included a festive all-school family BBQ. The all-school BBQ was provided by Earl Warren’s PTSA.

For photos online, visit www.delmartimes.net. Photos/Jon Clark

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