Don Diego Fund treats guests to Doobie Brothers show

Maria Delgado, Marian Benassi

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The Don Diego Fund held a Dinner and Concert Gala with guests enjoying stagefront seating for the Doobie Brothers performance June 21 at the San Diego County Fair. The 2011 Don Diego Fund scholarship recipients were introduced at the event. Proceeds from the gala and an auction support annual scholarships to college-bound county high school seniors and a fair program that introduces elementary students from low-income areas to farming and nutrition.  Photos: Jon Clark

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