‘Midnight in Paris’ benefit

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Del Mar residents and friends dressed in their best “flapper dresses, boas, pearls, fedoras and spats emulating 1920s glamour” at the “Midnight in Paris” benefit sponsored by Del Mar Community Connections. The event was held Sept. 29 at the Del Mar Hilton.

The evening included a wine bar reception, three-course dinner, live auction and dancing to Randy Fontaine and the Swingers.

The annual Gala is the largest fundraiser for Del Mar Community Connections, a volunteer-driven organization dedicated to enriching community life in Del Mar by promoting independence and well-being among seniors and those with special needs; making connections through social, health, educational, cultural and intergenerational programs.

Visit /www.dmcc.cc.

Photos/McKenzie Images

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