North Coast Repertory Theatre honors donors

Helene Anderson

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North Coast Repertory Theatre held its Donor Appreciation Night on Oct. 2 at The David Alan Collection in Solana Beach. North Coast Rep honored Leadership Circle-level supporters Jere and Joyce Oren of Rancho Santa Fe, AT&T and the Nordson Corporation Foundation. The Joe Satz Trio performed, Pacific Coast Grill served food, and Stone Brewing Co, Carruth Cellars and St. Petersburg Vodka supplied beverages. Photos: Jon Clark

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