Fiesta Del Mar Hills

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The Del Mar Hills Academy of Arts & Sciences held its sixth annual Fiesta Del Mar Hills, a dinner and auction, on March 5 at En Fuego Cantina and Grill. Proceeds from the event will benefit the PTA programs and the Hills’ enrichment curriculum. Photos: Jon Clark

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