Del Mar Foundation celebrates Ireland’s heritage

Samantha Brown, Delia Garland

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The Del Mar Foundation Children’s Committee celebrated the heritage of Ireland on Feb. 26 at the Del Mar Powerhouse Community Center. The afternoon included a St. Patrick’s Day craft from the Del Mar Library and a spirited, precision Irish dance program featuring The Clan Rince Show Troupe, led by Jeannie Thornton O’Connor.  Photos: Jon Clark

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