May Day Garden Party in Del Mar

Jill Coughlin, Marla Engel

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A May Day Garden Party was held May 1 at the Del Mar Powerhouse. The event was sponsored by the Del Mar Garden Club and Friends of the Powerhouse to raise money for the Bill Teague Memorial Garden at the Beach Safety Center in Del Mar. For more information, visit Friendsofthepowerhouse.org. Photos: Jon Clark

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