Del Mar Hills Academy Dads’ Club Pancake Breakfast

Del Mar Hills Dad’s Club president Joe Dunn with dads Mike Mullen and Bob Preston. Dad Bill Morris in the background.

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Del Mar Hills Academy held a special Dads’ Club Pancake Breakfast on Sept. 27. Hills Dads flipped flapjacks and served up sausage, coffee and orange juice to parents and students before they started their school day.

Photos/Karen Billing.

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