Del Mar Red Nose Run 2010 afoot

Kathleen Naughton, John Towart, Kathy Spencer

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Del Mar’s 19th Red Nose Run was held Dec. 17 on Del Mar Beach. Following the fun run, participants eased over to Poseidon restaurant for happy hours, hors d’oeuvres, a raffle and a live auction. The Run benefits the Fresh Start Surgical Gifts and Semper Fi Fund charities. Visit www.rednoserun.info. (Photos/Jon Clark)

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