Ocean Air School International Night and Ice Cream Social held in Carmel Valley

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Ocean Air Elementary School parents and students enjoyed the annual International Night & Ice Cream Social on Sept. 19 in the Ocean Air MUR. The children learned about Australia, China, England, India, Israel and Mexico and had their passports stamped as they “traveled the world making crafts from these countries.” The event also included local food trucks, entertainment and ice cream.

Photos/McKenzie Images

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