Revelers plunge into 2011

Malia Baldwin and Landon, both 3, of Del Mar.

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Photo by Lisa Dorsey

Hearty residents braved the chilly Pacific Ocean to welcome 2011 at the annual Penguin Plunge held Jan. 1 at Del Mar Beach near the main lifeguard station. Coffee and donuts were served afterward.

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