Candlelight Ball benefits Scripps Memorial in La Jolla

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The 82nd annual Candlelight Ball took place last month at The Grand Del Mar. Betty Knight Scripps, philanthropist and newspaper heiress, served as general chairman for the ninth consecutive year. The event raised more than $2 million to benefit lifesaving care at Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla. Visit www.scrippshealthfoundation.org. Photos: Jon Clark

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