Resounding Joy at Solana Beach church

An injured veteran recounted the benefits of music therapy.

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A nonprofit group that uses music to help adults and children with special needs held a benefit dinner and concert May 5 at Calvary Lutheran Church in Solana Beach.  YAVAZ, a local six-piece band that specializes in Latin jazz, performed to raise funds for Resounding Joy Inc.

Guests also enjoyed Mexican street cuisine. www.resoundingjoyinc.org.

Photos: Rob McKenzie

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