Advocates for Injured Athletes group gathers at Sbicca

Supporters of Advocates for Injured Athletes gathered at Sbicca Bistro in Del Mar on Oct. 20. Former Santa Fe Christian student Tommy Mallon joined guest bartenders Billy Ray Smith, Charles Dimry and friends, who served beverages. Their cash tips will go to support the programs of AIA. Visit www.injuredathletes.org.

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