Solana Beach parents rock out at schools benefit

Rob Wilson, Mel Hawk, Mecky Garner, Abby Guddal

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Solana Beach parents dressed in full ‘80s rocker gear at the Saddle Bar in Solana Beach on Oct. 19 for a fundraiser for Solana Beach schools. The event featured parents rocking out on stage throughout the evening!

Photos/Jon Clark

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