‘Dare to Dream’ with Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

Walter and Darlene Kanzler

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The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of San Dieguito held its annual fundraiser May 7. This year’s theme, “Dare to Dream,” reflects the congregation’s mission of working toward a future that promotes healing, wholeness, and love by being a positive voice in the community. The event included silent and live auctions. Visit www.uufsd.org.  Photos: Jon Clark

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