‘In Order to Better Serve’

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On Sept. 15, the Del Mar Television Foundation premiered the video “In Order To Better Serve” at the Del Mar Communication Center. Serving their community for over 25 years, former Del Mar City Council members Crystal Crawford and Richard Earnest are subjects of the video. Directed by Emmy Award-winner Edward Kramer, the video takes you on a journey of discovery and volunteerism of two community members and how it’s possible to make a contribution through public service. Photos: Jon Clark

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