Dads’ Lunch at Torrey Pines School

Daniela and Alex Ripol

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Parents flooded the Torrey Hills School campus on Oct. 16 for a Dads’ Lunch.  Dads came bearing everything from burritos to donuts to enjoy the midday meal with their children on the school picnic tables and blankets spread out on the grass.

Photos/Karen Billing

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