Community Connections celebrates its founder

Del Mar Community Connections held its annual fundraiser on Sept. 18 at the Powerhouse Community Center. The “Bella Luna” event featured an Italian buffet dinner, local musical talent and live and silent auctions. Special honoree was Nancy Weare, who founded Community Connections in 1999. The organization assists elderly and special needs Del Mar residents though various programs including shared housing and a popular bus shuttle service.

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