Teen Volunteers in Action SD2 Chapter hosts parent luncheon

President Debbie Fanning

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Teen Volunteers in Action SD2 Chapter held a parent luncheon and volunteer recognition ceremony May 22 at the Lomas Santa Fe Country Club in Solana Beach.

Teen Volunteers in Action is an organization of young men who, together with their families, participate in structured programs of volunteerism, philanthropy and personal development. Visit www.tvia.org.

Photos: Jon Clark

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