Manchester Soccer Club holds annual ball

Jeroni and Yara Bertran, Warren Barton

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The Manchester Soccer Club held its annual gala Oct. 15 at Taste of Italy. More than 100 guests enjoyed dinner, a silent auction and a raffle. Photos: Rob McKenzie

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