L’Auberge staff cleans up the beach

Michael J. Slosser, vice president and managing director at L’Auberge Del Mar, and members of his team celebrate Earth Day and their commitment to Destination Hotels & Resorts’ Destination Earth program with a morning beach cleanup. From left to right: C’Annette Hussong, Kristie Whitman, Myriam Anselmo, Raul Sandoval, Tom Lizama, Frank Bewley, Sally McPartlan, TJ Wilcox, Francine Williams, Jeannette Handson, Jim Berghauser, Sal Benevides, Pam Devaney and Slosser.

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