Optimist Club wine tasting & fundraiser

Optimist District Governer Charlie Peas, Charter Campaign Chair Audrey Eller

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Del Mar-Solana Beach Optimist Club members, as well as other Optimist Club members, gathered May 18 at Carruth Cellars in Solana Beach for a wine-tasting event to raise funds to benefit the Childhood Cancer Campaign (which helps fund medical research and supports families and care partners of children with cancer). Visit www.optimistdelmarsolanabeach.org

Photos/Rob McKenzie

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