Solana Pacific Sandpiper Sprint Fun Run

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The Sandpiper Sprint Fun Run at Solana Pacific Elementary School was held on Oct. 25.  All teachers and students dressed in their spirited class colors and ran 30 minutes on the school field.  The event, a fundraiser for the Solana Beach Foundation for Learning, raises money to fund vital classroom instruction and materials for science, technology, PE and art.

Photos/Jon Clark

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