Fun, fun, fun with the Beach Boys at Cathedral Catholic

The event was a sellout.

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Cathedral Catholic High School sponsored “A Christmas Concert with The Beach Boys” on Dec. 11 at the campus. The iconic band will mark its 50th anniversary in January. The event also included silent and live auctions, dinner and, of course, dancing to Beach Boys’ hits. Proceeds directly benefit Cathedral Catholic High School and Notre Dame Academy. Photos: Rob McKenzie

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