Del Sol Lions event benefits local charities

Louis Abbott and fiancé Allison Briggs

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The Del Sol Lions Club held a Mardi Gras-themed celebration May 14 at Lomas Santa Fe Country Club. The event benefits Reality Changers, a nonprofit that helps disadvantaged youth become first-generation college students, and Saint Leo’s medical and dental clinics, a volunteer-run operation providing care to patients in extreme financial need. Photos: Rob McKenzie

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