Del Mar reception for volunteers

Teresa McBroome, Gretchen Crowson, Monica Molina, Joe Bride

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The City of Del Mar honored the invaluable work of its many volunteers June 14 with its annual reception at the Powerhouse Community Center. Groups recognized included CERT, Del Mar Community Connections, Del Mar TV Foundation, Friends of the Del Mar Library, Friends of the Del Mar Parks, Friends of the Powerhouse, Del Mar Farmers Market, Del Mar Foundation, Del Mar Garden Club, Del Mar Historical Society, Del Mar Lifeguard Association, Del Mar Rose Society, Del Mar Village Association, Design Review Board, San Dieguito Lagoon Committee, various city committees and more.

Photos/Rob McKenzie

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