‘The Magic of a Moment’ at Carmel Del Mar

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Carmel Del Mar Elementary School recently celebrated its young artists, photographers, composers, writers, dancers and video producers at its annual Reflections Reception held at the Carmel Del Mar Library.

This year’s theme is “The Magic of a Moment.”  The CDM PTA thanks its talented students, judges, volunteers, teachers, staff and Principal Delaney for making this event possible. Photos/Mary Holmes

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