Rady Auxiliary units mix it up

Judy Rowles, Allison SanFilippo, Joan Edwards

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The Carmel Valley and Del Mar units of Rady Children’s Hospital Auxiliary held a membership mixer Oct. 12 at Sips, the new wine bar in Del Mar Plaza. The event was a fun way to celebrate the close ties between the two North County units, which are increasingly joining forces to better benefit Rady Children’s Hospital.  This year, the two units walked as the “Marching Mermaids” team in the Shamu and You walk for Children’s Hospital and will work together during Kid’s News Day on Oct. 22, selling newspapers throughout Carmel Valley, Solana Beach and Del Mar.  Photos: Jon Clark

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