Del Mar Hills Dads Club ‘Beach Clean Up’

Ella, Serra and Anika

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The Del Mar Hills Academy Dads Club hosted a beach cleanup Jan. 25 at Powerhouse Park in Del Mar. The event wrapped up Peace Week, during which students at the Hills remember Martin Luther King, Jr., and focus on the issues of peace, harmony and working together.

Photos/McKenzie Images

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