Solana Pacific Amazing Quest

The Gophers (Team 32) in the pedestrian bridge

Picture 26 of 26

Solana Pacific Elementary School held its eighth annual  Amazing Quest  on April 28 starting in the Solana Pacific Auditorium and running throughout the  Del Mar  Highlands  Town Center. This year over 12 businesses participated in the event.

At Solana Pacific, the Torrey Pines High School Improv Team taught the teams how to make people laugh and the TPHS Dance Team showed the teams how to move.

There were 58 teams running in three divisions: expert, intermediate and novice.

Photos by Jon Clark

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