Jerry Finnell Memorial Walk

Del Mar Community Connections sponsored the annual Jerry Finnell Memorial Walk on May 19 at Del Mar Beach.

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Del Mar Community Connections sponsored the annual  Jerry Finnell Memorial Walk on May 19 at Del Mar Beach.

“The walk celebrates health, family, friends, memories … all the connections that define our lives,” said chair Carol German.

The event included greetings from Mayor Carl Hilliard and Kathy Finnell, widow of the late Del Mar councilman Jerry Finnell, breakfast and lemon cake after the walk. Proceeds benefit the Del Mar Community Connections.

Photos: Jon Clark

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