A Midsummer Night of Fun and Frivolity

Midsummer Night of Fun and Frivolity at En Fuego

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A Midsummer Night of Fun and Frivolity was held Aug. 3 at En Fuego in Del Mar. Guests enjoyed a buffet dinner, auctions and a 50/50 raffle, with proceeds from the event going toward the construction of the new Community Services/Lifeguard Headquarters at 17th Street. Friends of the Powerhouse hosted the event. The organization took on this fundraising effort in 2007 and are on the final leg to replace the antiquated tower, along with the lower drainage ditch, which is on Coast Boulevard and 17th Street in Del Mar. Groundbreaking is slated for September. Brick orders are still being accepted and donations of any size toward the effort are welcome. Photos: Jon Clark

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