Rootin’ tootin’ fun at Western event for cancer center

The 19th annual Spinoff Auction for Life to benefit the Scripps Cancer Center, Stevens Division, at Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla was held May 6 at the Hyatt Regency at Aventine. The gala sported a “Wild, Wild West” theme, which added to the fun and dictated attire and decor. In addition to bidding on fabulous auction items, guests enjoyed dinner, cocktails, and a tribute to Jim Cimino of Wells Fargo Private Client Services for his dedication and generosity to the cancer center.

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