Fundraiser held at David Alan Collection in Solana Beach

Jackie and Richard Earnest

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The Ilan Lael Foundation held a fundraiser April 14 at the David Alan Collection in Solana Beach, with proceeds going to the Ilan Lael Center for Art, Environment and Humanity. Guests enjoyed small bites, wine, art, auctions and music by the dynamic blues duo Billy Watson and Robin Henkel. Visit www.ilanlaelfoundation.org.

Photos: Jon Clark

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