Del Mar Kiwanis helps Wounded Warriors

Del Mar Kiwanis Club members prepare gifts for the Wounded Warriors who spent the Christmas holiday at Balboa Naval Hospital. Contributions to the wounded service members are coordinated through the San Diego Armed Services YMCA. Anyone interested in assisting the Wounded Warriors should contact the Armed Forces YMCA directly. Anyone interested in Kiwanis may contact Chuck Phillips at (858) 354-6536.

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