Swimmers make a splash, money for Boys & Girls Club

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The Boys & Girls Clubs of San Dieguito Aquatics Department Rancho San Dieguito Swimming Team’s annual fundraiser was held April 20 at Pardee Aquatics Center in Solana Beach. Swimmers see how many laps they can swim in one hour. Each swimmer’s goal is to raise at least $150. Funds raised directly benefit RSD Swim Team, Sea Wolves Water Polo, and other Boys & Girls Club of San Dieguito Aquatic Programs. Photos: Jon Clark

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