Lifeguards prepare to party

Zach Groban of Rusty Surfboards Del Mar and Lars Fahlberg, a Del Mar resident and local Realtor, present a new surfboard to Del Mar lifeguard Pat Vergne. The surfboard will be raffled at the lifeguard association’s annual dance party fundraiser, which is scheduled from 7 to 10 p.m. July 25 at the Powerhouse Community Center. For more information, call 755-1556.

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  4. Lifeguard fundraising continues
  5. Bash for new DM lifeguard tower this Saturday

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