Spencer Fox benefit held at Belly Up

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The Belly Up in Solana Beach hosted a charity fundraiser Feb. 20 for Spencer Fox, a Cardiff resident and San Dieguito Academy ninth-grader who suffered a spinal cord injury in a snowboarding accident last February. The event featured the musical talents Combo Libertad and Los Beautiful Beasts, along with silent and live auctions, opportunity drawings. Photos: Jon Clark

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