SDJA garage sale aids victims of Hurricane Sandy

SD Jewish Academy mother of all garage sales

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San Diego Jewish Academy Cares held the “mother of all garage sales,” “Project Sandy,” on Nov. 11.

100 percent of all proceeds raised will go to benefit the victims of Hurricane Sandy. Visit www.sdjacares.com for information. Photos/Jon Clark

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