Solanapalooza a festive fundraiser

USC Trojans Marching Band

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Solanapalooza was held June 27 in Solana Beach. Guests enjoyed live music, Brazilian dancers, free food and wine, and more. The USC Trojan Marching Band made a special appearance. Proceeds from the party benefit the San Diego Center for the Blind and Operation Rebound, a program that provides opportunities and support to military service members and first responders. The event also honored cancer survivors, the blind, and military veterans, and introduced the launch of a new family of companies. Photos: Jon Clark

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