Del Mar Rotary Sunset Soiree

Katherine Cook, Marie Green

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Guests enjoyed a beautiful evening at the Rotary Club of Del Mar’s seventh annual Sunset Soiree fundraiser held on the top level of the Del Mar Plaza. Wineries from Temecula and the Santa Ynez Valley region offered tastings. The highlight of the evening included silent and live auctions, and entertainment by Varsity Strings, San Diego’s Intramural High School Music League Jazz Band. Photos: Jon Clark

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