Del Mar Foundation Holiday Party and Auction

Carolers add to the holiday spirit.

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The Children’s Committee of the Del Mar Foundation hosted its annual Holiday Party and Auction on Dec. 11 at the Powerhouse Community Center. The event included crafts courtesy of the Del Mar Library, festive carolers and a silent auction. The San Diego Junior Theater performed a nondenominational play titled “How I Became a Pirate — Holiday Edition.” Visit www.delmarfoundation.org. Photos: Jon Clark

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