Del Mar Lifeguard Association holds Dance Party

Tina and Steve Jackson

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The Del Mar Lifeguard Association Dance Party fundraiser was held June 25 at the Powerhouse Community Center. The event featured musical entertainment by The Corvettes, a raffle and silent auction, no host drink and dinner and more. The Del Mar Lifeguard Association’s fundraising efforts provide support for various programs in public education that promote public safety and ocean awareness.  Photos: Jon Clark

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