Cinco de Mayo with Unitarians

Sara O’Hara, Ethan Pearah, Sharon Pearah

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The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of San Dieguito (UUFSD) in Solana Beach hosted a fundraising Cinco de Mayo auction/party on May 5. This year’s auction was the Fellowship’s most successful fundraiser ever.  Well over 100 people enjoyed the festivities, and over $22,500 was raised at the silent and live auctions.   The fellowship’s fundraisers and the volunteer efforts of its members help build homes in Mexico, support the Monarch project for homeless teens, and provide food, materials, and volunteers for the Community Resource Center in Encinitas.

Photos: Rob McKenzie

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