Rady auxiliary Spring Boutique 2012 at Crush

Judy Rowles, Julie Henry

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Rady Children’s Hospital Auxiliary Carmel Valley Unit hosted a Spring Boutique 2012 on March 6 at Crush restaurant and wine lounge in Solana Beach. The event benefits Rady Children’s Hospital’s Discovery Pediatric Research Program. Visit www.chacv.org or www.helpkids.org. Photos: Jon Clark

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