It was a White Christmas on Mt. Soledad in La Jolla

'Snow' covers the French American School in La Jolla. Photo by Dave Schwa
'Snow' covers the French American School in La Jolla. Photo by Dave Schwa

It snowed on Mt. Soledad Friday, Dec. 17. The San Diego French-American School at 6550 Soledad Mountain Road acquired non-toxic soap from Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps, a 60-year-old company produducing one of the best-selling natural brands of soap in the country, and liberally applied it to the lawn, trees and building in front of the school at 8 a.m. in the morning to give students a “white Christmas” on their last day of school before the yuletide holiday. Though it looked just like the “real” thing, it was impossible to pack.

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Dr. Bronner's team foams up the American French School in La Jolla, then does some more foamin at the Dr. Bronner headquarters

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