Plaques for pancakes

The Rancho Santa Fe Fire Protection District recently thanked Rancho Santa Fe community members who helped out during their Rancho Days pancake breakfast in October. From left to right, recipients were Matt Basham of the Village Market, Tim Cusac of Caffe Positano, Hank Mendez with Chief Nick Pavone and Capt. Mike Shore. Courtesy

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