Surfrider gala at Powerhouse

Crystal Carson, Ashley Lopez

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The San Diego County Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation held its 12th annual Art Gala Fundraiser recently at the Del Mar Powerhouse.

Proceeds from the gala benefit education, outreach and advocacy aimed at protecting San Diego County beaches and waterways.

Photos: Rob McKenzie

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