Women savor ‘Cup of Christmas Tea’

Dawn Symcox, Dorothea Wilson, Mini Ramos, Lois Schaefer

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Local women gathered for “A Cup of Christmas Tea” at Solana Beach Presbyterian Church. This year’s speaker was church member Carole Stabler, who shared how there is always a “next chapter” in life in her talk “Life is too short for long poems.” Photos: Jon Clark

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