Students, locals create labyrinth on the beach

Luminaries are lit just before sunset. Photos by Pearl Preiss

[caption id="attachment_1563" align="alignright" width="216" caption="Jane Wheeler prepares the labyrinth."][/caption]On Sunday afternoon, members of the La Jolla High School Interact Club and community members created a temporary labyrinth walking path at Law Street beach in Bird Rock. The ancient spiral design walking path provided a temporary art experience that included a collection for Interact’s fall project – building two homes in Mexico for families that have no home. Interact is an action-oriented community service club of La Jolla High School.

— Light Staff

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