The Biggest Lil’ Annual Halloween Carnival

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The Biggest Lil’ Annual Halloween Carnival was held at Solana Vista Elementary School in Solana Beach on Oct. 27.

Proceeds from this 40 years-plus tradition benefit the children’s enrichment programs at Solana Vista and Skyline Elementary Schools and is hosted in alliance with Solana Beach Foundation for Learning (SBFL).  This program is referred to as Wheel Day and includes Art, Physical Education, Science, Technology, plus supporting materials and teacher’s salaries.

Visit www.sbfl.org.

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