Boots and Bolos

On Friday, Aug. 29 the Boots and Bolos charity event will take place at the San Diego Polo Club, from 5-10 p.m. The event will raise funds for the San Diego chapter of Childhelp and will include a polo exhibition, a casino presented by Viejas, live music and dancing, a western style magician and a silent auction. This polo gala is the charitable kick off to the Spreckels Cup, one of the most prominent polo events in San Diego.

The beneficiary, Childhelp, is an organization that assists in the physical, emotional, spiritual and educational needs of abused, neglected and at-risk children. Childhelp focuses on treatment, prevention, research and public advocacy in attempts to alleviate this unseen epidemic.

Tickets to Boots and Bolos are $75 pre-sale and $100 on the day of the event. The Rancho Santa Fe Polo Club is located at 14555 El Camino Real. For more information go to or call (858) 412-4 935.

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