Fashion Show at St. Peter’s Parish

Laurie Ritman, Carolyn Butterfield

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Del Mar Community Connections hosted a fashion show and spring tea April 10 at St. Peter’s Parish Hall. Guests decorated bonnets, celebrated the latest spring and summer fashions from Chico’s, and enjoyed piano favorites from Lori Ritman.

Photos: Jon Clark

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