Torrey Hills Pajama Jam

Volleyball at the Pajama Jam

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A “Pajama Jam” fundraiser was held Dec. 13 at Torrey Hills Elementary School for Del Mar Schools Education Foundation. Parents dropped their children off with the school’s teachers for an evening of pizza, games and fun.

Photos/Jon Clark

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