Trivia game fun at research benefit

Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute will host its fourth annual “Bring It!” event at the Del Mar Fairgrounds Activity Center, from 6 to 9 p.m.  Friday,  April 27 in support of stem cell research. This year’s reality show theme will challenge guests to answer trivia questions and participate in a variety of games. The event includes a cocktail reception with gourmet bites and entertainment, and then the games begin with attendees seated in teams of 10, competing for the title of 2012 Bring It! champion.

Tickets from $200 are available at   www.sanfordburnhamevents.org/bringit or from Chelsea Luedeke at (858) 795-5239.

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