‘Light Up the Holidays With Hope Gala’

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The Friends of Scott Foundation for Cancer Kids held its annual fundraiser, “Light up the Holidays with Hope Gala,” on Nov. 10 at the San Diego Hall of Champions in Balboa Park.

Friends of Scott is a nonprofit that provides programs, services and special events for children with cancer and their families from Children’s Hospital. Visit www.friendsofscott.org  Photos/McKenzie Images

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