Holiday boutique benefits Rady

Dyana Brown, Colleen Roth

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The Carmel Valley Unit of Rady Children’s Hospital Auxiliary hosted a holiday boutique on Nov. 29 at the home of Dyana Brown.

The event raises money for the hospital via vendor contributions of 20 percent of all sales. Photos/Jon Clark

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