Lifeguard fundraising continues

The Del Mar Foundation awarded the Friends of the Powerhouse a $35,000 Community Challenge Grant for the new Del Mar Beach Safety Center on Wednesday at the foundation’s Aug. 20 twilight concert. The foundation will match that amount raised by the Friends in the community fundraising efforts. Pictured are from left: Lisa Lutz, John Coughlin, Piper Parry, Jill Coughlin, Bill Michalsky, Carolyn Batzler, Lars Fahlberg, and Community Services Director Pat Vergne.

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