Lunch about town

Del Mar Community Connections continued its popular new “Lunch Around the Village” on Monday with a gathering of about 25 at Rendezvous in the Plaza. DMCC Care Manager Darcy Mulholland hosts the events on the first Monday of the month at a changing location. The attendance has been steady at about 25 since the series started in November. The next gathering will take place Feb. 1, starting at 11:30 a.m. at Bully’s. $10 covers lunch and a tip. R.S.V.P. with Heather Glenn at 792-7565 or

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